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I FOitGED BANK OF ENGLAND NOTES. A man named Marino a woman with whom he was living were aires id at St. Lazare Hail way Station, Paris, on a char e of forging notes on the Bank of England. The jiolice have been searching for the male prisoner, under the name of Lanson, for some time past. Marino gave his age as thirty-six, and stated that he lived at 14, Avenue de YVagram, and was a professor of languages. The police commissary and a number of his men proceeded to the house and searched the prisoner's rooms, where they found several negatives of photographs taken of Bank of England notes, as well as a number of specimens of forged Italian notes. Both Marino and his companion were detained at the police station.

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