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NOBLE BRAVERY OF A YOUNG LADY.

NOBLE BRAVERY OF A YOUNG LADY.

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02 April 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
EVERYBODY'S COLUMN.

EVERYBODY'S COLUMN.

I.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ?? 0 CHAICTS ITUDDARD, who had beern tried at the IPswiclI y assizes for causing the death of his wife by very cruel I ngeg, seas, on Saturda~y evening, found " Not guilty," eand discharged. During the present century no fewer than thirty-five e distinguished p
26 February 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE ALLEGED MURDER AT A TAVERN.

THE ALLEGED MURDER AT A TAVERN.

ON Saturday, at the Thaes Poice-court, Edward Day, thirty-nioe, second mate of the ship "Snp- picich," lying in Commercial Dockr, Rotberhithe, was charged on remand with nnlawfally and mnalioiouely shooting Timothy Shen, a labourer, of 4, North-east. passage, St. George's, with
10 December 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE GALE — ACCIDENT AT MARGATE

THE GALE — ACCIDENT AT MARGATE

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10 December 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE GALE-ACCIDENT AT MARGATE

THE GALE-ACCIDENT AT MARGATE

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10 December 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE TRAGEDY AT ST. JOHNS-WOOD.

THE TRAGEDY AT ST. JOHNS-WOOD.

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22 January 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
TERRIBLE SCENE IN A MENAGERIE.

TERRIBLE SCENE IN A MENAGERIE.

[8sBJI.CT or ILLUSnltArIoN.J ONo Monday an excitiiog scene took place at Bingley Hall,where, since the Christmas holidays, Messrs. Sanger have been gtivig a "fancy fair." Amnongst otkr sourcees bf amosement, perhaps the most attractive is the exhibition of several African lions,
22 January 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

MIDDLESEX SESSIONS.

DESPPEATE ROFXrIANISA1-William Connor, twenty- four, and Frederick Brown, eighteen, were indicted for assaulting John Abel and James Staphens, co0- stables of the Metropolitan Police Force, while in the execution of their duty. Another man, named Jobn Robert Moore, who had been
24 December 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ATTEMPT TO MURDER A SOLDIER.

ATTEMPT TO MURDER A SOLDIER.

ATTE M PT TO MURDER A SOLDIER. A ?? belonging to the Soots Greys was riding down the Dublin Quay on Friday, when hewas sod. denly attacked by a mnat, who attempted to pull him from his horse; and stabbed him in the log. The soldier jumped off his horse immediately, when his assai
11 June 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
RAILWAY COLLISION AT DALSTON.

RAILWAY COLLISION AT DALSTON.

, Sno.aaY before nine o'clock on Saturday morning an accident of an alarmning character took place upon the North London Railway, between the Dal- ston and Mildmay.park stations. No person was killed, but about 30 passengers were more or less injared, and fatal results are feare
05 March 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England