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OUTLINES OF THE WEEK. ---

B&BBERY AND ATTEMPTED MTJRDEB.

THE FATAL FIRE IN LEADENHALL…

A HORRIBLE DISCLOSUBE.

CRYSTAL PALACE QBE AT ROSE…

WILL OF THE MARCHIONESS OF…

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flJSffEEICA.

THE FRENCH ELECTIONS.—DEFEAT…

LOVE, LAW, AND LUNACY.

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Suicide in a Public-house.-An inquest was held in the City-road, London, on the body of William Braddock, aged thirty-four years, a hot-presser, who had, seen much foreign service, and who of late was looked upon as not being right in his head. He was MI J-111 I the Windmill public-house, Wind- mill-street, with his throat cut, quite dead, and a knife by his side. The jury returned a verdict of Suicide while of unsound mind." Attempted Murder at Bowerby.-An at- tempt at murder was made in the village of Sowerby. near Halifax, in the early part of the week. The un- fortunate victim is Mrs. Hannah Helliwell, a widow. About noon she was found by her granddaughter, on her return from school, lying upon the floor is a pool of blood, and in a state of insensibility. An alarm was given, and the neighbours went into the house. It was found that Mrs. Helliweil had been beaten on the head and face with a pair of tongs. Her head w as badly out and bruised, and her jaw was broken. A surgeon was oalled in, but he entertains but little hopes of her recovery. UP,to Tuesday night she was not able to speak, and was m a state of unconscious- ness. The attack is supposed to have been made by her brother, Thomas Cockroft, who was seen in a plantation near the house, about noon, and who ia now out of the way. lie is said to have been in a low desponding state of mind for some days past, and it ia imagined that he committed the violence during a fit of madness. teoan'H and Co.'a (Jhtrfy Teotb Ftite. nviu w X>eoide<Uy for olfiansins sad presarvins: the teetij Sold »■' ffTUwervunii Hlnc-t'-t.LombsrtJ-sto Satisfying) Strengthening, Soothing for In- fanta, agreeable, digesible, nourishing tor Invalids, ig .UK. KIDGE'3 PATENT tcooied) OO.D. Prevents acidity and wind. The best and cheapest food. UI otiymistB, in canisters, 4d., 8d., Is., and 2s. 6d. Tlie Himalaya Tea Co.'s 3?m*e ri?ea is moderate in price and ot eseceUmt quality; being the jnrrest Tea iaw it is the most wholesom e, therefore the best and cheapest, Sold only in pack-ets. 8pe<-tae is the only preparation the,* nstantlv relieves tint/uiut injuring the teeth it sweetens the breath, and is recommended by many eminent dentists. Price 74<L and is \ifj.. post iree, 18 stamps. Holmau'a Neurotonic is infallible for Neu" ral^ia. f-gue, Faeeache, Rheumatism, JMerrousness, and Debilitv IT bottles is. lid &as. sd.: of all Chemists, or H. Holmes..Chemist, Barn et Instant Cure of Toodmelie.—Bunter's liervine "ives imme- date and pumanent relict Sold by all Chemists, Is. ld. per packet. In consequence of the Reduction in Duty, Hornman's Teas are now supplied by the Agents EIGHTPENCE per lb. CHEAPEB. Every Genuine Packet is signed Momiman £ Co." To Consumers of Steam Power.—National Boiler Insurance Company (Limited), 145, Cheapside, London, and 22, St. Ann's-square, Manchester. Inspection and' In- surance of Land and Marine Boilers effected. G. Howard Fenwiok, Managing Director; J. H. Tilly, Secretary Save your poor Teeth, and Economise your Cig-ars. BUTCHER'S PATENT KEY RING CIQAB NIPPERS are sold everywhere. Price Id.

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