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I THE SLOUGH ACCIDENT.

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THE SLOUGH ACCIDENT. The Queen sent a quantity of fine grapes and the freshest strawberries from the Royal gardens at Frogmore on Saturday to the Windsor Infirmary for the passonge-ra who were injured in the recent acci- dent at Slough. The fruit, with which the patients were greatly delighted, was distributed by the matron and nurses among the sufferers, each of whom re- ceived a basket of strawberries and plate of grapes, Miss Russell Davis, of Balham, who sustained a broken collar-bone and arm and serious injuries to her head, as well as severe mental shock, was taken home 3n Sunday in an ambulance saloon. All the other patients remaining at Slough and in Windsor In- firmary are making satisfactory progress. The funeral of Mr. Edwin B. Jackson, who was killed in the collision at Slough, took place on Saturday after- noon. The neighbourhood of Mr. Jackson's resi- dence in Southampton-street, Strand, was thronged with crowds of persons engaged in Covent-garden r Market. The interment took place at St. Pancraii Cemetery at Finchley.

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I IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. I

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