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,SUPPOSED SUICIDE AT WHITSTABLE.

SUPPOSED WIFE MURDER.

j BRUTAL MURDER NEAR LINCOLN.

THE RESULTS OF DRINK

FATAL AFFRAY WITII POACHERS.

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ELOPEMEN? WITH A GROOM.

MR. W. WOODALL, M.P., A" MACCLESFIELD.

DEATH THROUGH DESTITUTION.

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DEATH THROUGH DESTITUTION. Sir John Humphreys has held an inquest at the Leigh Hoy tavern, Hanbury-street, Spitalfields, London, on the body of John Mahoney, aged 35, who died from des- titution. Police-constable Thomas Rose, 172 H, stated that he was on duty in the Whitechapel-road, when he noticed deceased standing in the centre of the pavement. As he appeared to be very ill and destitute, witness con- veyed him to the Whitechapel Union Infirmary, where he was at once admitted. He told witness that he had friends living in the City, but did not know where they lived. Charlotte Nixon, paid nurse at the Whitechapel Infirmary, stated that when the deceased was admitted into the institution he was destitute, exhausted, I and very ill, and was also in a dirty state. De- ceased told witness that he once possessed a go,)d deal of money, but spent it all. He also added that ha had slept in common lodging-houses for a number of years past. Dr. John James Ilott, resident medical officer at the Whitechapel Infirmary, stated that when he saw deceased he was in a dying condition, and had evidently suffered great privation. Everything that was possible was done for deceased, but without effect. Witness had since made a post-mortem examination, and there were no marks of violence on the body. The brain was softened, and contained a quantity of serum. Deceased had been a heavy and confirmed drinker. The cause of death was effusion of blood on the brain, brought about by destitution and exposure. The jury returned a verdict in accordance with the medical evidence.

COLLIERY EXPLOSION IN WALES.

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JSTATE OF IRELAND.

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