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THE CLOSURE.

Am h Jonbott Corasgontai,

AN ACCOUNT OF THE EXECUTION…

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In a letter on the 2nd, the Correspondent o The Times further says The surgeons report on the autopsy of Guiteau's body has not appeared yet, but the unofficial report says that the assassin's brain had a normal healthy appearance. It was slightly heavier than the average, weighing 491 ounces. All the other organs appeared healthy, except the spleen, which was greatly enlarged, weighing 15 ounces. Dr. Bliss says that many points in the brain show a good healthy mental and physical development. There was a slight ruffling of the aorta near the heart. The neck was not broken, as the surgeons at first sup- posed, but there was a rupture of the stern-ocleido- mastoid muscle in both sides and also of the thyroid membrane. Death resulted from suffocation. The corpse will be privately buried to-day in the gaol near the gallows. The interment will be temporary, the family hereafter removing the remains.

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THE GOVERNMENT AND CETEWAYO.

THE NIGHT AND DAY SITTING…

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A GLOOMY PICTURE.

MR. MUNDELLA AND EDUCATION…

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PROBABLE CALLING OUT 01 RESERVES

THE LANDSEER MEMORIAL.

The QUEEN and the ARTILLERYMEN.

---THE LABOUR MARKET.

ASCENT OF THE ALETSCH-HORN.

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