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5 June 1875 - Bassett's Chronicle - Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland
01 , • alas Mon. day week • man named Andrew Gibson, eorkcutter, , a native of Belfast, was found drowned on the beach near Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland. His clothes were found near his body, and it is believed that he had undressed with the intention of bathing. The deceased is a
A siroceixo occurrence took place at Nottingham by which three men lost their lives. A man named Hammond, an ostler in the employ of Mr. Cave veterinary surgeon, while in the discharge of his duties feU into a manure pit. The accident was observed by the stable boy, John Cross.
Wzn.n the minister of the V.P. Church, Creetown. near Newton-Stewart, was etving out the first psalm on Sunday morning, the silent congregation were startled by the sonorous and aisiint singing of a man in of the beck pews. Without either tune or text, he started off, to the gre
Tex amount of murder done in this country (says the Paris correspondent of the Scotsman) appears to be greatly on the increase, and every day the papers have e01)%3 new tragedy, confession, or erefution to lay before their readers. "M. de Paris," as Roch the executioner is calle
Ax explosion, the cause of which is mysterious and the results very disastrous. occurred at Boston on the evening of May 26th. Without a moment's warning, an immense four-storey building in the ce ntre of Boston was blown into a hemp of ruins. Twonsty-two persons were engaged !h
ill bear thee on to ruin's verge, The Trite, how( With current wild and strong. from seems, Stand for the right! Humanity roality el warfare. termer, and her Implores with groans and tears: Thine aid to break the festering links distagesh them& That bind her toiling years. Thosol