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MR. GLADSTONE'S SAFETY.

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MR. GLADSTONE'S SAFETY. The Premier, who had been staying at Dollishill House, Willesden, since Saturday, left there for Downing-street on Monday morning, having again been the guest cf the Earl of Aberdeen. As usual upon such visits the premises both to the public high- way and to the fields in the rear, were watched by the police, and men in plain clothes were about the neighbourhood to keep observation on any sus- picious persons who might go near the house. Mr. Gladstone, who upon such visits usually attends ser- vice atWillesden church, is always preceded along the lanes by a police inspector and followed by another officer, i

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