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',HINTS UPON GARDENING. --+--

SPORTS AND PASTIMES. ----

LYNCH LAW IN LONDON.

WILLS AND BEQUESTS.

SINGULAR WILLS.

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♦ i- Parricide at Evesham.—A drtadful crime was committed at Bengeworth, Evesham, late on Thursday night. A young man named Vale, who lived with his father, an agea man, returned home and quarrelled with some of his brothers and sisters. His father took part against him in the quarrel, upon which he seized the unhappy old man by the head, dragged him to the door, and threw him out with great violence into the street. The old man's head fell on the atone pave- ment, and with such violence that he died after giving one gasp. The unnatural son was apprehended, and was brought before Mr. White, the Mayor, and Mr. J. B. Haynes. He was formally charged with the offence, and remanded. The deceased bore a very good character, but the prisoner and the other members of the family are said to have been very quarrelsome.

DREADFUL CHILD MURDER AT HIGHGATE.

------SrJUTH KENSINGTON GARDENS.

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