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ACCIDENT ON THE BLACKWALL…

MURDER OF A BANK OLERK.

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EXTRACTS FROM MANHATTAN.

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» A Disappointed Party.-A few days ago a pic- nic party at Fmchley Abbey were imprudent enough to have their spread ready laid out to commence ope- rations while they took a ramble. On their return they found another party had been pic-nicing off their edibles, and consumed, besides lobsters, chickens, tongue, ham, and cherry tarts, a part of the table-cloth and some of the napkins. The visitors were some peregrinating pigs, who had been grubbing in the neighbourhood, and came by good luck to grub with the pic-nic party. A Little Girl Burnt to Death.-On Friday night a little girl named Margaret Eoss, aged seven, who lived at a place called the Stowage, Rotherhithe, met with her death from burning, under the following circumstances :-The poor little girl was playing about the room with her brothers and sisters, and running from them, and the others running after her, caused a great draught, which fanned her clothes between the bars of the grate, setting fire to them. The fire was extinguished as soon as possible, but not before she was fearfully injured. She was conveyed to Gny's Hospital, where har burns were dressed, but shs* died within a few hours of her admission,

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AGRICULTURAL LABOURERS' COTTAGES.

OUTRAGE UPON. A BRITISH SUBJECT.

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