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It is now known that the loss of stamps at the la,te robbery at the Manchester stamp office, amounts ic nearly £ 9 900. Mr. Howard, the distributor, will have to bear the whole loss. X5,000 worth of the stamps cannot be made available by the burglars Drowned in the River Lea.—An inquest to- held on Friday by Mr. Humphreys ft the Spread Eagle Tavern, Homerton, on Henry Beaumont Hop. kins, aged 19, drowBed.—Mr. 0. G. Hornblow said that he and the deceased were clerks in the office of J the Royal Insurance Company, and they were in thiÐ habit of rowing together on the river Lea. On Tttea- day morning at seven o'clock they hired cuir'ggcir boats at Lea-bridge and rowed to Tottenham. Wbea they reached Horseshoe Point on the return witxisf-s's boat went aground, and upon looking out he saw the decea-ed'e boat in the middle of the stream, and the deceaged in the water near it. He sank hnmediately) and, no assistance being at hand, three-quarters of an hour elapsed before his body waa recovered, and he was then, of course, quite dead. Witness could not say how deceased got into the water, but in an oat- rigger boat, it the oar caught in the weeds the bank, or if it missed the w&.ter, the rower WF"a,. almost certain to fall overboard Verdict—" dentai D;j«tlt by Drowning."