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- - A shocking and atrocious murder of a mother by a drunken eon occurred on Saturday afternoon at Heyside, a village lying two miles north of Oldham. Patrick Gibbon, labourer and ez-soldier, aged about 26, resided with his parents at Water-street, lleyside, and father, mother,
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