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TRAGEDY IN AN EDINBURGH HOTEL.

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TRAGEDY IN AN EDINBURGH HOTEL. A shocking tragedy was brought to light in one of the fashionable hotels in Princes-street, Edinburgh, in which a pair, presumably lovers, put an end to themselves. It appears that a well-dressed man arrived at the hotel on Wed- nsday morning, and engaged a room for two, stating that his wife was arriving later in the day. He called several times at the hotel during the day to inquire for telegrams, and in the evening a lady arrived with a large quantity of luggage. The two occupied the same room that night, and breakfasted together on Thursday, afterwards going out to visit several places, in the afternoon they returned and proceeded to their room, and, as no appearance was made by them in the evening, suspicions were aroused. No response being made to repeated calls, the floor was tried, but found to be locked. En- trance, however, was effected, and the two were found in bed with their clothes on, quite dead. The lady was wearing a pair of gloves. A razor lay beside the gentleman, and. it is sup- posed, that he first killed his companion, and then committed suicide. In the gentleman's pocket-book was a letter which contained a request that his parents should be communi- cated with, and also his sweetheart's brother, and asking that the matter should be kept as quiet as possible, so as to avoid newspaper pub- lication. Both resided at Peterhead, and it is surmised that they were on the eve of marriage. Their names are Stevenson and Annie Florence. It seems that Stevenson was 31, and was a traveller to a firm of Jewellers in London. He was a native of Peterhead, and visited the town a fortnight ago, but his reason for doing so was inexplicable. It has been sus- pected that he was suffering from mental aberration. Miss Florence also belonged to P--terhead, and was with Stevenson when he visited the town. She was 27. They appeared to be on very affectionate terms, and were seen in Peterhead together on Tuesday. The couple, who were greatly respected in the town, had been engaged for some time, and were to have been married in the course of the summer. The brother of Miss Florence arrived in Edinburgh on Friday night, and identified the bodies. He stated that his sister and Stevenson had been engaged for the past twenty months, and were to be married at Easter. Last Wednesday Miss Florence received a letter from Mr. Stevenson stating that he was in Edinburgh making arrangements for acquir- ing a business, and asking her to come to Edin- burgh so that they might be married before the business was started. Her brother advised her to go, and she telegraphed from Edin- burgh on Wednesday night stating she had arrived safely. The next they heard was of her tragic death. Captain Robinson, of the ship Sweet Home, says he understood the parties were to have been married immediately in Edinburgh. He himself was to be the best man.

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