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NO IDEAL CASE.

.......... -"'-SUICIDE IN…

THE IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT…

ESCAPE OF BRIGANDS IN ITALY.

A FIRE AT SEA.

THE HIGH SHERIFF MUCH TO ANSWER…

CONVICTION OF A SURGEON.

STATIONS OF THE BRITISH ARMY.

THE IRISH PAPERS ON THE RECENT…

NO PLEASING ALL!

ACTION FOR SLANDER.

THE POPE AND THE ENGLISH ROMAN…

FEARFUL SCENE AT A FIRE IN…

FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT TO A "TRAPEZE"…

MISSING PEOPLE.

THE REV. MR. SPEKE.

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A WEALTHY COSTERMONGER.

HARD LABOUR, VERY HARD INDEED!

A NARROW ESCAPE FROM ASSASSINATION.

THE EMIGRATION FROM THE PORT…

A SKETCH OF MR. WARD HUNT.

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THE LOWER CLASSES IN EDINBURGH.

A "BOAR HUNT."

A THIEVES' PRAYER MEETING.

IMMENSE POWDER EXPLOSION.

DISTRESSING SUICIDE.

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DISTRESSING SUICIDE. On Tuesday, an inquest was held in the Board Room of the Scottish Union Fire and Life Insurance Office, 87, Cornhill, London, respecting the suicide of Mr. Frederick G. Smith, aged sixty-six years, who shot himself with a revolver. Mr. John G. Smith, of High Holborn, brother of the deceased, said he was secretary to the London board of the Scottish Union Insurance Company. Since August last he was very depressed. At that time he had taken a step-he had got married after thinking over it for several years. He was very Ill, but it was partly caused by imagination. He olten said that he would come to poverty, and asked witness what he would allow him. He had a delusion that he was eternally lost. He regretted his marriage from the moment of it, and asked witness if he could undo it. On Thursday last he said, My soul is in Hell." He said that he did not belong to his family-he belonged to the DeviL After his marriage he became changed. Up to that time witness had noticed that he was quite right. The jury returned a verdict ot lemporary insanity.

A "COURTSHIP CORNER."

A DREADFUL AFFAIR.

COCK-FIGHTING IN AMERICA.

LETTER FROM CONSUL CAMERON.

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