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NOBLE BRAVERY OF A YOUNG LADY.

NOBLE BRAVERY OF A YOUNG LADY.

:'NnnL BRAY E OF A YM-()1Y.O; LADY. * . tf-. ui~lCstll\ ht,- lii ofl Ctris rf d:i.o'su;e acril T: of cm14:riqze sed prvsesn.e of nilldi ii v:iULg, or l h: n ?? mh tl> to Fi!Vrk .ersm fro1n: d vow Hi e, ha 9 jli H't 1b-,o. ievrs~ utec tie ll ('001niititt'O ii thle h1:v:xl; 1 [lue
April 2, 1881 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
A THAMES MYSTERY FINDING OR SKULLS

A THAMES MYSTERY FINDING OR SKULLS

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September 18, 1880 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
BURGLARY AT PENGE

BURGLARY AT PENGE

BURGLARY AT PENG-E [SeBZECT OF 1LlSTRuiATrIO.J " 7 ON Saturday last-,eekattbe Croydon Petty Sessions, (wil 3Henry Hall, a painter, who said he had no home, PoO r.was charged on remand with burglarioiisly entering dec tthe dwelling-house of Mr. Donald Raeihaereth penige, and steal
September 18, 1880 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN LONDON.

TERRIBLE RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN LONDON.

TERRIBLE RAILEWAY ACJIDENT IN LONDON. ?? - . -- ?? ?? o'clock. the flaniptori I ON Sat'u~rday _night, at ten o'clock, the flan Iptoll ' Court train was started fronn~Ne. 1 p~litformi of the TIao: Waterloo Station ofth London and South~vset n Railway. Owing, 'it is thoughit, to th
September 18, 1880 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
LATEST NEWS FROM FRANCE.

LATEST NEWS FROM FRANCE.

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March 4, 1871 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
STABBING A BURGLAR

STABBING A BURGLAR

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January 22, 1876 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
SAVAGE ASSAULT.

SAVAGE ASSAULT.

SFAVAGE- Mu IZ 3 Ae 11 N e E
November 13, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ALLEGED GROSS CRUELTY TO A CHILD.

ALLEGED GROSS CRUELTY TO A CHILD.

kAVLEGED GROSS CRUMfTV TO A CKILD. .,AT a Special Petty.Seresional Court, held at thle Saire Hall, Shrewsbnry, on Ssturday, a ?? mian named Henry Clarence Williams, and his ?? May Williams, were again chlarged. on a. wtkrrant with unlawfally asaaulting their child Gladys, by beat
November 13, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
AN ALLEGED AMERICAN SWINDLER.

AN ALLEGED AMERICAN SWINDLER.

AN ALLEC ED AME-RICAI'N SYVINDT E!X. At the 14.e.rlborounh-strcet PLolic-court. on 8.tur- day, Oricn Slknnter, ferry-,is., alia3. Ozson Smith, a-lias St~knlev7 aliafs Gco. "lisU L a. ria, aliag Gregory, alias Va-ntey, al i'asl Dihe mn, alias Nieker- Eon, said to be an Anaeriean f
November 13, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
STEALING FOWLS.

STEALING FOWLS.

STEALING FOWLS, X T Xl I l - Two men named James Holland and Thomas Green were charged, at the Hammersmith Police.court, on Monday, with stealing four fowls belonging to Richard Goddard, of Twyford Abbey Farm, Acton. The prosecutor said the fowls were safe on the farm on Tuesday
November 13, 1886 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England