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THE ATTL'ITP I1 TO MURDER…

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THE ATTL'ITP I1 TO MURDER lrR CHARLES BUXTON, M.P. Alfred Shelley White, aged 27, was brought be- fore Mr. Flowers, at Bow-street, on Saturday, on a warrant issued under the Extradition Treaty Act, charged with having attempted to murder Mr. charles Bux'on, M.P. at his residence, by shooting him on the 19th April las". The prisoner is a pale- faced strange-looking young man, with are lining forehead. His appearance n the dock was that of an insane person.-Inspect(r Druscndtch, of the detective police, deposed that the prisoner was given into his custody at the Prefecture of Police in Paris on Friday morning. He said his name was Alfred White. Witness showed i.i ii his war- rant, told him that he was a detective officer, and that he was charged with attempting to murder his late employer, Mr. Buxton, M.P. He only repiied, Yes." A pistol, a revolver with six barrels, a:;d five bullets were found upon him. They hid been taken from the possession of the prisoner, whe said th- y were his property, and had signed a declara- tion to that effect.—Wil iam Gamble, a foo mam, in the emp oy of Mr. Buxton, M.P. stated that the prisoner was in that gentleman's servLe, as secre- tary, up to the day when the attempt at murder was made.—The prisoner declinedto say anyt hing.- Mr. Flowers remanded him for further examination.

IATTEMPT TO MURDFU AT MAIDSTONE.

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THE MERTHYR POST OFFICE I1

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