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THE LATE WEMT OF ENGLAND BANK.

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CONFESSION OF THE BURTON CRESOElT MURDER. James WiH?, altaa PhiLlipa, aged 23, no home, Wig charged befoj-o Mr. Fiowe''s, at B3<? atreet peJioe coart, London, on Tuesday, on hia own with the mnfder of Rochet Simaol, at 4 Button orescent, London, about the llth of December, 1878. Detective Peel stated that ha took the prisoner Into custody at Col tb&th Fields Prison that Wula having there nnder. goce imprisonment for larcbDy. Tne aoouaed made a statement to the detective a cod- pniou and he had murdered an old woman in Burtcn creEceBt. having entered the fo: the purpose of robbery. The prisoner was pronounced ae perfectly sane by a medical gentleman. Wiila waa thereafter remanded. It will be recoUooted th&t a charwoman named Katharine Donovan waa accused by the police of the crime, but tufter a investigation diecbarged.

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