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4Ðnr Irate Cormpraknt.

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PASSING EVENT*, RUMOURS, &o.

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PICTURES OF MISERY!

"SENSATION" TRIALS IN AUSTRIA.

THE END OF "JENNY, THE CAT-SKINNER!"

ITHE BISHOP OF SALISBURY AND…

FENIAN DENUNCIATION OF HEAD…

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THE SUCCESSOR OP HIAD CENTRE…

THE ILLEGALITY of TRADES'…

HOW TO AVOID STRIKES.

A SERMON ON THE GOLDEN RULE…

A SHIP ON FIRE IN THE RIVER…

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A CHARGE OF PERJURY AGAINST…

A CHARMING CITY TO LIVE IN!

A FEARFUL STRUGGLE WITH A…

LETTING A FURNISHED HOUSE.

A FEARFUL DEATH!

RHYMES FOR REFORMERS.

SCOLDING FROM THE PULPIT.

AN EXTENSIVE BANK ROBBERY.

ACROBATS FROM JAPAN.

.HIS CAREER STOPPED!

A SHOCKING CASE-HEARTLESS…

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A SHOCKING CASE-HEARTLESS GAROTTE ROBBERY! On Tuesday afternoon an Inquest was held In London respecting the death from want of Peter Morrison, aget Ilxty-s6ven yean, The deceased was at one time a baker in prosperous circumstances, but in consequence of failure in businesl, he and his wife and hia sister-in-law, Maria HonronA fell into a state of great poverty. They lived Belvidere-place, Borough-road. Their sole support was the pittance earned by the two women at shirfr makine for the contractors for the shops. They bafl not sufficient food, and although deceased wa givet as much as his wife and her sister could procure he was seized with giddiness, apparently frotfi want of nourishment, a fortnight ago. They decided, however, not to go into the workhouse* Last Saturday afternoon he complained of being il1, and the wife got three herrings, and, putting aside one of them for the next day, the deceased and the two women ate two herrings at a meal. The deceased then went out to buy 14lbs. of coals and half a peck of coke, and as he was returning with his stock 0 fuel he was observed by some persons in the street to reel and fall on the pavement in the Borough-road. The police raised him up, and thet found him to be dead. There was some blood floW ing from the back of his head from the injury froØl the falL His body was removed to the workhouse. When the distressing circumstances attending the deceased's death were made known on Monday by biØ widow and sister-in-law at the factorym'. the Poultry for which they worked, a little subscription of 6s. wøø raised and given to them. As they were going up Belvidere-place on their return home two stout-built young men rushed upon them, one placed his joined hands on Maria Honrond's neck, pressed his thumb* into the jugular veins and nearly produced insensi* bility the other seized hold of a bundle of shirts be* longing to her employer, aud valued at 71., and drag" ging them from her with a force that nearly broke her finger, which was caught in the string, made off. The widow screamed and ran to get assistance the garrotter then let go the woman Honrond, and giving her a blow in the forehead that caused a contused wound, endeavoured to rifle her pocket as she lay In the roadway, but she grasped it so tightly that he wall not able to succeed, and he ran off. The police came up immediately. The whole occurrence did not occupy more than three or four minutes. Neither of the men has been apprehended, and, of course, the shirts bave not been recovered. The widow stated that she and her sister would have to pay for the shirts. The Jury returned a verdict "Natural death ac- celerated by cold and want of food."

MR. SAMUEL MORLEY AND HIS…

IN A FIX-AND KNOWING IT!

CHARGE OF EXTORTION AGAINST…

DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT.

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