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CHOLERA PANIC IN SICILY.

TBM W^PMROR -NAPOLEON IN THE…

DELAY IN INDIAN TELEGRAMS

VSATES FROM DESTITUTION.

THE CATTLE PLAGUE.

THE RUSSIAN CATTLE PLAQUE.

A CATTLE PLAGUE IN AMERICA.

DOUBLE MURDER AT BATLEY. NEAR…

■T^E .MTJILDER OF MAJOR, BE…

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UTTEBIM .COUNTERFEIT GOIN…

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UTTEBIM COUNTERFEIT GOIN BY ) DEPUTY. Mary Ann King, a smartly-dressed young woman Wfl ft ? /• Baroham> the sitting magis-5 c"™™W»T"kP<>h0e'"totW°' °ndertl"> following; of Efenry Gardeni one of the bar- Rockingham Arms Tavern, at the corner' of the Ne w Kent-road, it appeared that on the previous' Sf\'a lb ]e gt in coart) presented herself at! the bar, and asked to be served with half-a-quartern of gin, for which she produced a bottle, and handed in payment a counterfeit half-crown. The witness asked; where she came from, and the girl replied that she had been sent by a woman who was waiting in the London-1 road. He detained the counterfeit coin, and, following! the child, saw her join the prisoner, who, on seeing! him, took to her heels, and during her flight he heard the sound as though coins of some kind had been thrown away by her. He secured the prisoner and gave her into custody. i Bridget Corwellan, a miserably clad little girl, whose garments ought to have served as a passport to one of the ragged schools of the district, having been inter-, rogated as to her knowledge of the nature of an was sworn, and gave her evidence in an artless man- ?8,^ She^ deposed that the prisoner accosted her and) told her that she would give her a halfpenny if she, would fetch 'her a half- quartern of the best gin from i the Rockingham, and gave her a bottle andhalf-a-j crown for the purpose. The landlord came to the last 1 witness, said it was bad, and followed her out of the tavern until she joined the prisoner, who, on hearing! from witness what had occurred, said it was a mis-1 take, and she would go home and get some other! money. The prisoner immediately ran away, but was pursued and seom-od by the last witnesa. i prisoner denied that she was the person, but' the little girl swore positively to her identity, and Police-sergeant 17 M .stated that after the prisoner- •1 he? brought to the police-station she ad- girl S^Q had so employed the little Mr. Burcham remanded the prisoner, directing that mtormation should be given to the Mint authorities, and that inquiries should be made by the police as to the prisoner's antecedents.

CONVICTIONS FOR SELLING DISEASED…

THE FRAUDS ON PHlilBIRMINGHAM…

FRIGHTFUL DEATH OF AN INSURANCE…

ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER.

COMMITTAL OF TWO YOUNG LADIES…

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