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  2. Jewel Robbery in London.

    THE papers by the February mail brought accounts of one of the most extraordinary robberies of jewellery that was ever perpetrated. We published at the time all that was then known of the crime and ...

    Article : 1,253 words
  3. THE MAGAZINES FOR FEBRUARY.

    THE CONTEMPORARY REVIEW contains a number [?] able articles, amongst which, as worthy of careful perusal, we may notice "The London School Board," by W. M. Torrens; "The Future of Capital ...

    Article : 4,435 words
  4. SUICIDE FROM DISAPPOINTED LOVE.

    A YOUNG man named John Richardson Ellis was admitted into the Melbourne hospital on the 11th instant, suffering from a gash in his left arm, which had been inflicted by himself. He had ben staying ...

    Article : 640 words
  5. Flight of the Empress Eugenie.

    A BERLIN correspondent of the Echo de Parlement—who accounts for his emphatic assurances of the accuracy of his narrative by the fact that the American dentist who acted an important part in the ...

    Article : 1,540 words
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  7. THE FOREST CREEK MURDER.

    PATRICK MARTIN was indicted for that he, on the 3rd day of January, 1871, at Forest Creek did feloniously, wilfully, and with malice aforethought, kill and murder one Thomas Kane. ...

    Article : 1,011 words
  8. THE PERPETRATORS OF THE GREAT DIAMOND ROBBERY.

    The supposed perpetrators of the robbery of £2500 worth of diamonds in London, by stupefying Messrs. London and Ryder's assistant with chloroform, are both very respectably connected. Torpey ...

    Article : 694 words
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