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vatmrawnan ihmmii miiiiiiwpmm ukmmb j THIRTY-FEET LEAR A horse's mad leap down a bank. SCft. deep, and the miraculous escape from serious injury of both horse and rider, provided a short sen- sation among the visitors at Scarborough on Monday. A gentleman named Churchill was riding along the esplanade, when the horse bolted, galloped madly down the steep asphalted foot- path known as Birdcage Walk, and, after jump- ing over a seat and iron railings, leaped down the cliff and landed on an asphalted walk. People rushed to the spot, which is near to the Cliff Bridge entrance, expecting to find both horse and rider killed. Luckily, however, beyond being stunned and bruised, the rider was unhurt. He was placed in a cab, but by the time he reached his hotel was able to walk in. The horse was little the worse for his mad escapade. ..1><111:

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