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LONDON LETTER. __-_-

--LORD BUTE AND THE WYCLIFFE…

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HARRY SEYMOUR; OR Incidents…

SUICIDE IN A TEMPERANCE HOTEL.

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I YANKEE YARNS, I

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FACTS AND FANCIES.

I NEW CHURCH FOR CANTON. I

THE PARLIAMENTARY FRANCHISE.

THE MURDER OF A SWEET- I HEART,-

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THE MURDER OF A SWEET- I HEART, Resumption of the Inquest. I The inquest on the body of Laura Wilson, who was stabbed at Woolwich on December 22nd, was resumed on Monday afternoon. Mr (xeoghegan attended on behalf of Frederick Marshall, who is accused of the murder. Mrs Hewitt, mistress of the deceased (recalled), said Marshall called every day at her shop for to- bacco, but of late he had been forbidden the house. After this "he climbed into the gaiden several times, and looked through the window She therefore informed the police, who cautioned the accused not to repeat his conduct. In cross- examination, Mrs Hewitt said 'oceased and accused were very fond of each ot7 She never heard him threaten Laura. Witness desired to contradict a report that her house was one of bad repute. William Wilson, father of the deceased girl, who was greatly agitated, was examined at some length, and a number ot letters were read by Inspector Dewling. No *resn witnesses were called, and the enquiry was further adjourned. called, and the enquiry was further adjourned.

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ITHE INDISPOSITION OF MR GLADSTONE.

OUR MINERS AND THEIR ;j ORPHANS.,…

HEAVY FAILURES IN LONDON.,

I THE SCOTCH CROFTERS7 j REVOLT.…

ILLNESS OF EARL CAIRNS.

DEATH OF THE RECORDER OF PLYMOUTH.

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