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IOtTIt LONDON LETTEB. ----c:---

SEAMEN'S TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE.…

PIT-CAGE ACCIDENT.

WHITECHAPEL POVERTY.

WAITER'S LEGACY STOLEN.

SLATE CLUB SENSATION.

POST OFFICE WASHED AWAY.

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111'^miM-I A VICAR'S SUICIDE.

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111' miM- A VICAR'S SUICIDE. At the inquest at Southend relative to the death of the Rev. Henry CKarles Lang, Yicat of All Saints' Church, who was found dead in bed from the effects of prussic acid poisoning, a remarkable letter, which was found in his room addressed to his wife, was read. "The only way!" he had written. "Do not inquire any more. You will think me'' mad, but I am not. I cannot make ,that excuse. Do not think it is the religion which I have taught outwardly, but for some time have not really believed. I am an agnostic—that is, do not believe in the possibility of a Deity exist- ing, except as a great creative principle or first eause.. In spite of you and other things, life is unsupportable. You have been the only light in my life, but how unworthy I am of you. Forgive!" Mrs. Lang said her husband had been strange in his manner, but had nothing on his mind so far as she knew, and nothing to worry him. Mr. Hav, a chemist's assistant, said Dr. Lang boug*ht |oz. of prussic acid with which tO destroy a dog. A verdict of "Suicide was returned, but as to the state of his mind at the time the jury stated there was not sufficient evidence to fcliOW.

THE LAST BOTTLE.

BELFAST OFFICE TRAGEDY.

FOUR LOST IN COLLISION.

LADY'S REMARKABLE ESCAPE.

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