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THAMES DROWNING MYSTERY. The body of a well-dressed woman about fifty years of age has been recovered from the I Thames near Cleopatra's Needle. A silver-mounted and ivory-handled umbrella was clasped in one of the hands, and on the body were found a gold keyless watch and a long gold chain, a gold wedding-ring and a keeper, a gold brooch with a brown stone, a silyer charm with "George and Dragon" medallions, and a silver-mounted purse con- taining about £ 2. The watch had stopped at three o'clock. The body was identified in the evening by some friends, who explained that the woman had been married twice, and that her first married name was Vassis.

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