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HORSE-FLESH AS AN ARTICLE…

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THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE…

DOUBLE MURDER.

MISS MENKEN AND HER CARRIAGE.

The CAUSES of IRISH DISAFFECTION.

THE TRIALS FOR SEDITIOUS LIBELS.

-----A SCENE AT A PARIS STATE…

IRISH CHILDREN AND MR. TRAIN.

THE POPE'S BRIEF ON FEMALE…

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ENGLISH FETE AT CANNES.

FRIGHTENING THE CORK POLICE!

----------THE SCOTCHMAN IN…

HORRIBLE MURDER.

AN ITALIAN TRAGEDY.

THE AMERICANS AND THE FENIANI…

- DEATH OF MR. W. HERAPATH.

- EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE.

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EXTRAORDINARY SUICIDE. The following sad occurrence has taken place near Lostwithiel :— About ten o'clock on Friday night Sergeant New- combe, of the county police, called at the house of a labourer, named Tinney, who lives near Lostwithiel, and charged the eldest daughter, Elizabeth Tinney, with stealing a large piece of bacon from a Mrs. Burn, for whom she had been working in the afternoon. All the inmates of the house were in bed when the constable arrived, and the accused came down, partly dressed, and let him in. She denied the charge. Newcombe found a large piece of bacon on a shelf, and the girl called to her mother and asked if it was not true that she had bought it ,2° mother replied in the neg.tive, J je W it SSr-1, Tb0 s:VSmoSld the the shawl which she wore in the two went upstairs together. He saw shawl, and having pointed out the grease andisalt upon it,, said that she must dress herself and go same room were the father, mother, two chddren in bed. The girl said, I cannot dressbefore you and the sergeant then went outsideithe aoor. inJess than a minute afterwaijls he heard s g a stream of water running on the floor, and heard the mother say, "Go, Tinney, and P- father called him in and said tbe g, C1^. ^er throat. He found blood gushing fr°^L roat in a large stream. He held an apron tightly over the wound until a medical gentleman j1- however, was useless, for the unfo^1^ 14 less than a quarter of an hour. A ta covered with blood, was found by her side. t"0r the deceased had brought tbe bating that it had been given to her by

INCIDENT OF THE AMERICAN WAR.

MEAT PRESERVING IN AUSTRALIA.

A SINGULAR HISTORY.I

MR. ROEBUCK'S DEFENCE of his…

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THE FAMINE AMONG THE A3ABSJ

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