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A MURDERER'S LETTER.

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A MURDERER'S LETTER. '"eats to Haunt His Enemies, A 1l0'ben w. his vr' a showman, who mar- account her alleged intimacy }L .»e{l "tamrn as Leicester Jack, and was *hJ?. Hot ue3day at, Leeds, lias left a letter. Skiing fc,-d is decidedly illiterate in %x A'Ftnv ^P^si'.ion. It is dated Satui- an-i that he had his wife buried i?n 'ctab'a as anyhedy could be, and 8 10 pay for her funeral and a stoDe -r,° l"'6r ffrave, he states he has heard a btrng Inranted. If he could he V* £ ati^i T7?fe's motlver and Leicester Jack lh>'h*w ^T6d, and he hoped something v^ght j?en ™ ,)er before long for what aha had his wife to. Bis wife would ^itcjn 3e now if it had not been for her J '1Criltlng thing oS' a i»oUier. •

I ft £ ^ BATING RIFLE IN RUSSIA.

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ROBBING JEWELLERS.1

! NARROW ESCAPE OF LORD CLAUD…

REVIVING THE FvlAYBRICK CASE.!

I A CHURCH WRECKED BY: | THUNDERBOLT.…

'THE STRANGE AFFAIR AT ! GLASGOW.…

WILL OF MR. JAMES JAMIESON.

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EXTRAORDINARY MEDICAL DISCOVERY.

THE REGISTRAR HOT PRESENT.

PAUPER MODELS.

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SAVED FROM MURDEROUS SAVAGES.

MARRIED ON THE STAGE.

A MISER DIES IN THE WORKHOUSE,

AN OLD MAN'S STRANGE STORY

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