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MYSTERIOUS CASE OF SUICIDE…

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MYSTERIOUS CASE OF SUICIDE -A-T,LISWOP-tNEY. About seven p.m. on Sunday last a man named James Willment, in the employ of Mr. Llewellyn Thomas, dealer, Penyhed, found the body of a man in a sitting position in a field near the above village. Willment at once gave information to the police, and on the arrival of the police and the doctor they found a six-chambered revolver near the body, with four of the chambers loaded, with which, it was evident, the unfortunate man had taken his life by discharging one, if not two, of the chambers into his head. It appears that the man arrived by train at Cowbridge on Thursday even- ing. and gave the name of Snell. He took lodgings with Mrs. Davies, widow, and was about 45 years of age, and dressed in a spotted cloth trousers, dark coat and waistcoat. About Mi 6 in gold was found on the body, while at his lodgings was left a yellow portmanteau, containing clothes. An in- quest was held on Wednesday on the body, and a verdict of suicide was returned.

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