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SUICIDE AT A LONDON RAILWAY…

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SUICIDE AT A LONDON RAIL- WAY STATION. On Friday week the report of firearms was heard proceeding from a third-class waiting-room at the St. Pancras Station. Several of the officials and a number of passengers rushed in to asoertain the cause, and a well-dressed female was seen lying en the floor with a revolver by her side. Medical aid was at once procured, and on being examined it was found that she was quite dead. She had placed the mu z:e of the zevolver behind her right ear, aitd tLiere was a corresponding wound on the other ai ue. showing that the bullet had passed completely through tha head. The deceased appeared to be a very handsome woman, about 35 years of age, aad was elegantly dressed, with money and jewAlery upon her pet&on, and from documents found upon her it was deemed advisable to telegraph to Scarborough. In the meantime, the body -was conveyed to the St. Pancraa mortuary. On Friday evening two gentlemen arnved there, and one of them at once identified her aah:3 wife, viz., Mrs. Blanche Hudson, "wife of Mr. Harrington Hudson, of Westbourne Villa, Scarborough. Mr. Hudson was so shocked and excited at the sad occurrence that he was unable to give any narra- tive of the circumstances under which she came to London, but it is believed sha was at the station With the object of returning home by the train ahoutto start. Br. Hardwicka opened an inquest on liondlbfat4he St, Pandras Coroner's Court, Lon- don. ifi. Harrington Hudson, the deceased's hus- band, who is an ex-naval officer, said his wife was S4 yean ef afie. She had been en a visit to rela- tives. and he had not heard from her directly since the 27th of January. He parted with her on friendly terms. Tiley lived on good terms as such people generally did. Other witnesses stated, however, that the deceased went in bodily fear of her husband, and declared she would never live with him. Proceedings for a divorce had been begun, Dr. Tristram having given an opinion, on a case stated to him, that there were ample -grounda for obtaining a separation. It was said also that the deceased suffered groat mental anguish at not being able to obtain Dosseasion of her children. The pistol with which ahe shot herself belonged to her brother. The jury, having retired to consider their verdict, after being absent about twenty minutes, returned into court with the following verdict" That the deceased came by her* death by shooting her. self with a pistol whilst labouring under tem- porary insanity; and the jury are of opinion that this state of mind was influenced by the unhappy relations existing between herself and her haa- band. The jury further wish to say that they are not at dissatisfied at the way in which the husband gave hia evidence."

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