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THE SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES.

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HELSBY. A NEEDLESS ALARM.—Some excitement was caused in the village on Thursday by the report that a lunatic was at large. In the afternoon of that day a man, evidently a stranger, was observed on the hill in an attitude of prayer, and was also heard praying aloud. The conclusion arrived at was that the man was out of his mind. The policeman took him to Frodsham, where, on being ques- tioned, he stated he was a workingman from Liverpool, and was spending the day at Helsby He admitted that he was of a religious turn of mind, and had at the time allowed his feelings to overcome himself, and expressed his regret for the trouble he had caused. The police, having no doubt as to the man's sanity, liberated him.

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