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CHAPTER XIX. THE VISION THAT APPEARED TO THE EARL OF STRAFFORD THE NIGHT BEFORE HIS EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

CHAPTER XIX. THE VISION THAT APPEARED TO THE EARL OF STRAFFORD THE NIGHT BEFORE HIS EXECU- TION. IN the meantime, Graule was hurrying east- ward, down Fleet-6trect, through Ludgate, past St. Paul's Cathedral, and then ou through the narrow, tortuous streets into Eastcheap, and so on to Tower Hill. ' I will, at least, be satisfied,' she muttered, as she approached the fortress. ' In these last hours of his life he must speak the truth, when brought be- neath such influences as my heart commands. The signet ring which I obtained from the Queen will admit me within these gloomy walls ; then my task is easy.' # # # . # # --^vFor the last time, Strafford had watched tkc^setting sun through the barred windows of his prison. The night had now fallen. He had not kindled his lamp, but sat brooding by the red glare ofMiie charred logs, that burned upon the hearth. 1 His thoughts were far away beyond that yeÜT lC4r, back among thc years of his youth, in às^cene that had o fi en before been pre...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ENGLISH NEWS. REUTER'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, September 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

ENGLISH ^ËWS. --y BEÜTER'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED P&E8S. London, September. 19, TsE Judges and the jury in the case have been anonymously threatened with assassina- tion in the event of the " Claimant" (who is indicted for perjury) being found guilty and sentenced. The Judges have forbidden the Claimant to attend public meetings. Paris papers report tho arrival from Africa of Mr. Stonies, a British traveller, who announces that at the commencement of July Dr. Livingstone was alive and well. Comte de Chambord lias partially yielded to the demand of the Constitutionalists in relation to the granting of a Charter. . Another sanguinary conflict has taken place between the Government troops and thc Carlists. In this engagement 14,000 Carlists were dafeated, with great loss. The bombardment of Carthagena. has com menced King Vittorio Emanuele, who is on a visit to the Emperor Franz Joseph, has been very cordially received at Vienna. London, September 20. On the 19th the...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

Tm TRAVEL HUS ?ÍASfl«, EpO0GH the district of the Hawkes- bury, the IMPOSTED DRAUGHT STÁXLJP3ST pórsiQueROR. CONQUEROR will visit the district about th^middle of September, 1875,-and will then travel the district during the season. As a stock getter he stands first on the list , of stud horses. ! TBEMS :-£3 each mare. Payments on the 1st January 1874. Èvery attention paid, but no responsibility incurred. W. WARD, Banks Town. TO STAND THIS SEASON, AT PERCY PLACE, PITT TOWN, THE THOROUGH-BRED HORSE CLAUDE DU VAL, JUN., AND PER CY. *, TEEMS :--£4 4s. EACH. ;..(;? ? - - Early application is needful, as each horse is limited to Ten mares. GOOD PADDOCKS provided, and every 1 care taken, but no responsibility incurred. Season ends 1st January, 1874, and all mares paid for on removal. % GEO. S. HALL, JUN., Percy Place, Pitt Town. September 24th, 1873. TO TRAVEL THIS SEASON, THROUGH* WILBERFORCE, KURRAJONG, RICH- MOND BOTTOMS, WINDSOR ROAD AND PITT TOWN, THE THOROUGHBRED CART STALLION WILTSH...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE EARLY HISTORY OF TASMANIA. THE FIRST TROUBLES OF GOVERNOR ARTHUR— A SKETCH OF OLD TIMES; EMBODYING THE BUSH CAREER OF MATTHEW BRADY. (From the Hobart Town Mercury.) (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

.THB FIB9T TROUBLES OF GOVERNOB ABTHUB-r A SKETCH CV OLD TIMES j EMBODYING! THE BUSH XJABEEB OF ffATTHBW BRADY, Written by j. E. CALDBB. f^om.íke Ejobart Town Mercury.) {coNTnwED.)', To detail all Brady's wanderings at this time, and his. ever-recurring fights for existence, would be out of the question, for h,e hardly ever was two days in one place ; and such was the rapidity of Jiis movements, particu- larly after his men were mounted, that, to use the expressions of Wedge, beseemed ubiquit- ous, and kept the whole colony on the qui vive, no one knowing how soon he might be attacked by men who, so to speak, seemed in all places at once. Being an excellent rider, in which art he,soon perfected all his future followers, he made little of sixty miles a day, or more, changing his horses as they knocked up, to which he coolly helped himself as he went I along, of which there are always some at every large establishment., The speed of his move- ments was marvellous ; and by the time the...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Colonial Extracts. THE GOOD OLD TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

Colonial Extracte, --:(): THE GOOD OLD TIME3. A CORRESPONDENT of the H. T. Mercury writes :-Admitting that the early laws of this colony were Draconian, and that Sir J. Pedder did pass ino re sentences of death than any Judge since, yon will find by the statistics that, from 1824 to 1S32 (7 years), 201 men were judicially put out of existence under Sir J. Pedder's sentences. Of these 51 were hanged for murder; 61, housebreaking with violence; 31, bushranging aud robbery; 7, highway robbery ; 4, wounding and shooting ; 30, sheepstealing ; 3, cattle stealing ; 1, forgery. The law in force at present at ¿aches the penalty of death to all the above crimes except the three last. The reference to a military jury would imply that seven of Her Majesty's officers-educated gentlemen were not as fit to decide as to the guilt or innocence of a felon as the common juries of twelve now-a-days. Depend upon it, those tried before Judge Pedder got justice pure and simple ; and if you read the dying ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAFTER XX. JOSHUA WINYARD MAKES CERTAIN DISCLOSURES TO MASTER PYM. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

CHAFTER XX. JOSHUA WINYARD MAKES CERTAIN DISCLOSURES TO MASTER PYM. GREAT was the consternation when the news spread the next morning that Sir Richard Daiibonay had been found dead in his house, seemingly murdered. Early the next morn ¡he hadgbeen an töptfritness, j y ** If murder hafl beln indeed; |»rpeiyfttea, by , ; whom was it committed ?-was the universal question., "- ».-!t - >iH - ,í Sir Richard had sent for me to meet him ¡upon somç Jaw b^sines^ fest »V house/ he said, when relating the occurances to Pym. * When I arrived there, hie had not returned home, and'the domestic-the only one left in the house since" Mistress- Mabel and Julie had gone on their visit-showed me . iuto a chamber, where . I sat, waiting ßir Richard's return., By-and-by, I hcara, him ; arrive,, and had partly opened tho door tq go ¡ ont and meet - Wm,' '[ wHeh X saw "that he was talking to a tall, elderly female in the hall. In courtesy, j reclosed%hi door,: ¿nd soon ¡afterwards heard the two .ascend ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE YOUNG CAVALIER; OR, THE DAYS OF CROMWELL. AN HISTORICAL ROMANCE. CHAPTER XVII. THE TRIAL AND CONDEMNATION OF THE EARL OF STRAFFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

ÖB^^ÖE-PAYB OF CROMWELL. AN HISTORICAL EOMANCE. T CHAPTER XVn. THE TRIAL AND CONDEMNATION OF THE EARL , OF ^TRAFFORD. OH the 22nd of March, 1641, England was on tip-toe excitement, for it was on that day that commenced the trial of the Earl of Strat- ford at Westminster Hall. His judges were eighty peers. In a closed gallery were Charles and his Queen-the one filled with anguish, the other with triumph. Multitudes crowded around the doors, to see the prisoner pasß through ; but with the generous spirit of Englibhmen towards fallen greatness, no word nor look of insult abused his misfor- tunes. Nay, with uncovered heads, and even courteous salutation, they made way for him to pass. His once erect form was now bowed with sickness, but his eye still glittered with haughty pride ; and the iron will, and great mind of the man, still looked from those * windows of the soul.' During this day, and sixteen following ones, did he, unaided, against thirteen accusers, de- fend himself. Although...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CHAPTER XVIII. HOW GRAULE DISCOVERED THE LOSS OF THE AMULET, AND WHAT THE DISCOVERY BROUGHT ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

CHAPTER XVIII. HOW GRAULE DISCOVERED TUE LOSS OF THE AMULET, AND WHAT THE DISCOVERY BROUGHT A ROUT. BCT we must go back a few hours, to relate an accident that befel Hugh on that same day. He was practising in the fencing-school with one of the King's pages, when the but- ton came oil his opponent's foil, and, before either was aware of the circumstance, Hugh received a smart thrust in thc shoulder. While he was on his way to gel the wound ( dressed, he encountered Graule. who,¿ seeing his jerkin stained with blood, asked Jiim what I * . ? .. matter to her/ nndertbok to dress the wotujd herself. ' ' Where is the amulet ? she asked again, in a sharper voice. ' I-I have it not about me ; but it is safe, madame/ he answered; confusedly. ' What?' loudly exclaimed Graule, trem- bling with passion. ' Wretch ! idiot ! you have not parted with that ?* ' Indeed-indeed, madame, it is safe !' cried Hugh, so alarmed at her tone and looks that he knew not what he said. ' It' is in the hands of o...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AURIFERA AGAIN! {To the Editor of the Australian.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

{To the: Editor of the Australian.) ' Ihfe;-iVnow appears by your WI issue that the s^wúes lj had ¡formed in my previous communication 'to- ydu thaï i( Aurífera, " all the ¡way fromj Gujlgqug, was;a man of no,, re- ligious principles, hut a disciple of Darwin, et hoc genus onine, and practically an infidel, have. been verified. 'Tis true that in one por- tion of hhs letter to you of last'week .he" has the assurance1 to declaré himself t a il protest- ant;" but tfi&fcmd of protestant of which lie «eeiàs, v0^be^lgr-Kione who proteste Against rtevca]íed7,reHgion, ; and ; who hopes that, the ^ponderous ..theological,,.tones >ud musty classical nonsense of bishops, parsons, priests, and" sectaries will ' he'brined in oblivion, and the odour of them blown off the face of the «arthj? , This'« sciohtific ^and ?."utilitarian " gentleman in . thé same breath disdains being a sympathiser with Bradlaugh, Holyoake rand that parryv'fiínd sayfei ttíá^ W-is'lno communist. Yd«y finfc I ¡ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

?|^^m/^08M'%é ^oor,.;|^§cèâ' his bacp; against it, and produced a Colt's revolver, de- manding from his father a solemn promise never again to molest his mother. The       father refused to give the promise, and put his hand into his pocket, as if to draw a weapon, whereupon the young man discharged four barrels of the revolver at him in quick succession, inflicting, mortal wounds, from which the unfortunate man expired in a few minutes. Another account alleges that Mans field threw himself on his knees before his son, who was unable to shake the murderous resolution of the young man. - After the deed Frank Walworth walked quietly down the stairs, and, meeting a waiter, said, "Will   you have the goodness to tell me where the nearest police-station is? I have killed my father, and I want to give myself up." He then wrote a despatch to his uncle, at Saro toga, stating what he had done, and asking that the news might be broken gently...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COMPLICATIONS OF THE TICHBORNE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

THE COMPLICATIONS OF THE TICHBORNE CASE. THE Pall Mall Gazette in discussing the length of the Tichborne trial, remarks :-It is said that whatever may be the merits of the particular question now at issue, the proceed- ings, taken ns a whole, are a scandal to Eng- lish law. A man returns from Australia at the end of 1866, and says, "I am Roger Tichborne, and I want my estates." Chancery proceedings of various kinds go on for several years, and as their final result an action is   brought at common low. It proceeds for several months and then ends by the plaintiff's   electing to be nonsuited, which theoretically leaves him at liberty, to begin again. He is then indicted for perjury. A year passes before he is brought to trial. His trial takes another three months. If he is acquitted the whole matter will be left at large, and he may either bring another action, or proceed, if he thinks fit, for other estates. Even if he is convicted his conviction would not...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DEATH OF AN EXECUTIONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

DEATH OF AN EXECUTIONER. TUB following " grim" biography is taken from the Melbourne Argus of Thursday :-   William Bamford, who died in the Melbourne Hospital on Tuesday, had been the hangman of Victoria, since 1857, and had also until lately acted as flagellator. According to Bamford's own statement, he must have been 73 years of age, as he alleged that he was born in England in 1800. . He was brought up as a wool-sorter, but steady industry did not suit him, and while a very young man he joined the 33rd Fusiliers, in which regiment he served for 20 years. He appears to have been a troublesoine soldier, for on one occa- sion while his regiment was at Gosport he received 300 lashes, and eventually, for some serious military offence, was transported to Van Diemen's Land. '. He arrived in that colony on the Royal Sovereign in 1841, and and was unnoticed until 1857. Soon after the execution of the murderers of Mr. Price, old " Jack Harris," the hangman of the period was l...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

A CURIOUS EPITAPH. The following is to be seen in Seaham Churchyard, near Sunderland, and on the tombstone of Joseph Blackett, a shoemaker and poet:— STRANGER! behold, interr’d together, The souls of learning and of leather. Poor Joe is gone, but left his all, You’ll find his relics in a stall.     His works were neat, and often found Well stitch’d, and with morocco bound. Tread lightly were the bard is laid— He cannot mend the shoe he made,   Yet is he happy in his hole With verse immortal as his SOLE.   But still to business he held fast, And stuck to Phobus to the last. Then who shall say so good a fellow Was only leather and prunella?   For character, he did not lack it, And if he did 'twere shame to Black-it.

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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English Extracts. A ROMANCE OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 27 September 1873

ENGLISH EXTRACTS. A ROMANCE OF CANADA. Just thirty years ago this summer, says the New York Times, a little child three years old, was playing on the step of its father's   house in Quebec. The house was in Richardson- street, and in what are known as St. Roche Suburbs. For some reason the child's   nurse was out of the way for a time and no   one kept watch on its movements. When the family came to look for the little one—a great favourite with all—it was gone. Inquiries were made in every direction, but in vain. Night was coming on, but the whole suburb was searched; and through the long   hours of darkness the distracted parents, aided by the neighbours and police, hunted through the city. Next day a reward was offered, and the hunt was kept up more assiduously than before. All was fruitless Weeks, months, and years rolled away, and   the child was unheard of. At last the family   mourned their treasure...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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English [?]. THE BETROTHAL OF THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH. (From the Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

fetTHE BETROTHAL^. THE Í)UKE OF EDINBURGH.. j (Frotn theTimes.) ÏT will be remembered T>y all *ho take interest in the fortttàès\ôf theRoyal family tKl^ the Duke of Edinburgh paid a somewhat length- ened visit in the course of the spring to the Empress of BQS6 ia, who was then¿ with her only daughter, the Grand Duchess Marie Alexandrovna, seeking shelter from the rig- ours of a Russian winter, and still worse of a Russian spring, on the shores of the Bay of Naples. Oar correspondent at the time described the visit of his Royal Highness in terms which left little reason to doubt that he was the ac- cepted suitor of the Russian Princess, but rumours were afterwards circulated which led to the belief that the match was postponed, if not altogether broken off. It was, however, announced on Thursday that his Royal Highness hud passed through Dover on his way to Ostend, and we have the gratification, which all loyal subjects will share with us, of announcing that his suit has been succ...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RICHMOND MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

RICHMOND MUNICIPAL ÔOUNCïL A special; meeting of the above was called on "Wednesday last. Present :-The Mayor in the çhiïir^Alderoicn Ducker, Bedwell, HoW borow, Crisford, Hughes, Tomkinson, and, Pi-yke. ' LäL ' ' The minutes of ^l%^j¡p»s meeting were read and adopted. KEPOnTS. A report from the Finance Committee was brought up recommending the payment of certain accounts, and was received and adopted. MOTIONS. V Alderman Bedwell proposed that the-au, of one guinea be allowed for expense* 0f Municipal conference. < Alderman Pryke% fonded the motu .Carried. ' \ \ I SPECIAL BUSIKESS. . * ' à. Consideration of tenders for certaü works, lo be performed, incite hofo\y]¿¿;* I The teráer oFMr. Quina was accepted far ?ic removal of prickjy-pears, the amount 12s. Od, H^^kiuxlcy's tender for the erection of ^^^^L the culvert in. Francis-street was ^^^^?amount £2 5s. pd. ^^^^vwaVónly one teider Amt in for tho ^^^?of a wharf at me làocm, the ten ^^H&eing Mr. Huxl jy and pou n...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TUESDAY, SEPTMBER 30TH [?] (Before W. [?], Rot. [?] Ducker, W. H. [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

TUESDAY, ßEPTi^BERtSOtl^H (fefore W. LamrM;, Rob¿./fl^^^H Ducker, W. H. Hq DRUNKARDS.-UueVp'er^^^^^^^^^^B being drunk, %-<^|^^^^^^H before tile Court, having bee^J^Hende^ for protection, and was disch¿ge(j LARCENY.-David Hortpitwa6 ¿royght up, >. charged with larceny. Seni|I^rgeant pitz. patrick said, that he ¿¡gjifoibe defendant yesterday evening, H «f^indsor and McGrath's hill; he ^^^B^ßo did not in- form him of; the char^ ^^^him till this morning; upon char&Mg' him with having found a cheque for th^f Stun of £2, drawn by Mr. G. S. Hall, juif, m favour of ¡Charles Collison, and doted Pitt Town, 27th jSeptem ber, 1873, and drawn upon the Bank of New South Wales Windsor, and with appropriat- ing the amountvto lis own use he said,!* I found the ckeq£i at Pitt Town ; I amf no scholar;" witncsalgot the cheque produced from Mr. Jauie^^Llolmes, of the Fitzroy Hotel, Windsorj^d had previously stopped its payment at thc Bank.-Kezia Mawson said, ,she was the wife of Ri...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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ENGLISH NEWS. REUTER'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED PRESS. London, September 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

ENGLISH NEWS. REUTEE'S TELEGRAM TO AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATED R.LÉSS. London, September 26. PRESIDENT GRAN* has approved of the cessation of purchasing bonds by the Treasury, He refuses to employ the legal èender reserve, conceiving that the Government have extended to the banks, the utmost help which they can legally do.. The banks in the west and south are partailly suspending currency payments* The exportation of grain and cotton is every- where arrested. Gold, to the amount of ' £285,000, vas shipped to America from Liverpool, yester- day.' Three banks in Chicago, and several unim- portant houses in New York, have failed* Uncertainty and stagnation continue. Admiral Yelverton häs surrendered the insu gen; frigates Almanca and Vittoria to tho Spanish Government. The Count de Chambord has received a deputation from the Legitimists, who protes- ted against the plea that his return to France would cause a religions war. They considered that the Charter of 1814 if adapted to the present s...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1873. (Before Robt. Dick, S. Edgerton, Esq., J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

WINDSOR POLICE COURT. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1873. (Before Robt. Dick, S. Edgerton, Esq?., J.P's.) .Diu"XÍÍAKDs.-Stephen Joseph Milford I lined 20s., or seven days'gaol.-Mary BurcM^B ! was\ fined 10s., or three days' gaol. I another person ivas discharged, it being Ü^H first, off«-nee. S¿"Kimi:s OF THE PEACE. - 'Johannah^ 1/1J ara 'vus proceeded against on warrant by I' her husband, Peter O'Ii nra,,using threaten-! 011 on' it - , you ]y-~-^(,o\i dog; tioleut ;/í)ws waa a OCCUrKH' bis ,p> ¿alé*, aùâ lived as his wiil ; she' .. fifesIj^stoarate IV'^lf; fae fpu^ces' ; Impace lifer1 àaiw»eri s|p#* y^ry latter If day , previously.j he is afraid td leave lor the1 ftont door op|n; jehe is at Haywood's, nearly opposite his nd watches him j he keeps.. À ßkop, <A> ûo my^¿pipees^; u?h^ishe ia >it»ö$ -< m <ü§ fr®- «ty hiË|çl£| er ^^j^^i iBô^e serious in-íjy an| prays sWvi^/bV $ound to¿»e peaci ; liej^o^trjatàktrar theçe ¿sure-r tiwi on- acc|»mJt ^%F.-"...

Publication Title: Australian, Windsor, Richmond, And Hawkesbury Advertiser, The
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LYNCH LAW IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Australian, Windsor, Richmond, and Hawkesbury Advertiser — 4 October 1873

LYNCH LAW IN AMERICA. A DESPATCH, dated Louisville, June 29, in the New York Times, of the 30th ultimo, says: " About two o'clock this morning a body of masked men entered Salem, Indiana, seized and held prisoners the town patrolmen, and proceeded to the gaol, demanded the keys of Deputy Sheriff Craycroft, who resides in the building. The sheriff refused to give up the keys under any peril, when he was seized and confined, and a sledge-hammer procured with which the mob proceeded to force its way into the cell of Delos Hefferen, who murdered Hal- stead a few days since. They broke the outer door, and then got a foot-stairs leading to the upper story, where Hefferen's cell wafs situa- ted. The cell had two doors ; the first made of wood, covered on both sides with heavy iron plates, the whole being about nine'inches thick, and fastened with heavy iron staples and a padlock. This door was soon broken opén, and the raob reached the second door, abouts three hundred feet, behind the fir...

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