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  2. MURRURUNDI TO TAMWORTH.

    IF my information is correct, no expensive zig-zag will be necessary when it is decided to constr not the railway beyond the fertile valley of the Page; a few ourves and a tunnel—the latter some forty-five feet long only ...

    Article : 2,365 words
  3. DREADFUL TRAGEDY NEAR ORANGE. THREE PERSONS BRUTALLY MURDERED.

    THE people of this town were horrified on Wednesday morning, by the report that during the previous night, three persons had been barbarously and brutally murdered at the Forest. Though literally ...

    Article : 2,212 words
  4. THE SACK OF ST. DIZIER.

    THE Journal de Rouen gives the following account of the sacking of St. Dizier:—"The Prassians made a requisition for 500,000f., and took as hostages to Bar-le-Duc five of the town councillors. The ...

    Article : 176 words
  5. SAD STORIES.

    ON October 17th, Mr. Humphreys held an inquest at the Duke of Wellington Tavern, Globe-road, Betbnal Green, respecting the death from starvation of Mark Stephenson, aged five weeks. Elizabeth ...

    Article : 659 words
  6. THE PRISONER'S STATEMENT.

    Martin went to the police—station at Orange and made the following report:—"On my return home about 4 o'clock this morning, when near my fatherin-law's house, I was surprised to find the front door ...

    Article : 1,434 words
  7. SCOTLAND.

    Two extraordinary cases of elopement have just occurred at Bower Maddon; Thurso. A tribe of tinkers were lately bivouacked near the houses of two small farmers at the place mentioned, when it ...

    Article : 577 words
  8. THE INQUEST.

    On Thursday evening a magisterial inquiry into the circumstances attending the sad affair was he by J. T. Lane, Esq., P.M., who was accompanied by Mr. Cohen. The sight was a most melancholy one ...

    Article : 1,610 words
  9. A SECOND JOAN OF ARC.

    THE correspondent of the Cologne Gazelle, writing from Versailles on the 21st October states:—"We are now informed of the uppenrunce of a 'maid,' a modern Joan of Are, who has suddenly sprung up from the ...

    Article : 824 words
  10. THE PARIS GOVERNMENT CAPTURED AND RELEASED.

    TOURS, November 3, 7 p.m.—News has been received from Paris from October 31st up to November, 2nd, by a balloon, which descended yesterday near Angers. M. Thiers arrived in Paris on October ...

    Article : 631 words
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