THE POLITICAL EXAMINER

... if I might give a sl]ort hint to an impartial writer it would be to fell him his fate. if be resolved to venture upon the dangerous orecipice ef telling unbiassed truth, let hi ...

Published: Saturday 31 August 1867
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 8529 | Page: Page 1, 2, 3, 4 | Tags: adam mather murder  News 

THE ST. HELENS MURDER

... Tl-E ST. ]RELEINS MURDER, I ?? The adjourned inquest upon the body of the collier* Mather was held on Tuesday, before Mr. W. Driffield, deputy coroner for the county. Great interest attached to the pr ...

MURDER NEAR ST. HELEN'S

... On Sunday morning, a murder of a very atrocious character was perpetrated near St Helens. The victim was a man between 55 and 60 years of age, named Adam Mather, a collier, res ...

SUMMARY

... NALIGS ?PouI LEX SUPREMA. SUMM-MARY* I - fl' ?? I DOMESTIC. The Daily Telegraph - says little 'if any improvemenbt ?? taken place in the health of Lord Derby. The GloUe, on .the, contrary,; ays- We a ...

SUMMARY

... iALUS POPULI LEX BUPR1EMA. SUMMARY, DOMESTIC. A Cabinet Council was held on Saturday. At the conference of the Premier with his supporters in the House of Lords, on Friday, not only did his lordship s ...

LIVERPOOL ASSIZES

... | .. . . . . .. .. _ . = . .. .. ?? DROWN a1nt. BREFOE LORD OHIEF JUSTICE BOVILL. SATlURDAY, AUGUST 24. THE MURDER A. ST. HELENS. POPULAR DISSATISFACTION W:I1EtH THE VERDICT. His lo ...

LATEST AND TELEGRAPHIC NEWS

... LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. PEUTER'S TELEGRAMS. THE EMPRESS EUGENIE'S VISIT TO THE QUEEN. PARIS, JULY 21, EvE1mn., The Empress of the French left here this morn- ing for Havre, where she will embark for ...

LIVERPOOL ASSIZES

... li'-r t , :l- .b ?? ?? . ; ?? - ; * _ wi ?? CROWN _ouut . . 3 . OPll :OED CXUW.JUTIVe BOVaiLL.-.'; ?? ?? ~ . ?? ?? ?? - ' PRMAY, AUGU846P-O ALL- - ai& ,MA. 14UGUTE% INB' j -:i* ,. L;f IVJDRPOOL.-,-; - ...

LOCAL AND GENERAL

... IOCAIA ANDGENERAL LEEDS, JUILY 25, 1867. ROYAL PARDON TO MR. EDWARD GREHNLAD. The health of Mhr. Greenland, the former manager of the Leeds Banking Company, having suffered severely from his imptisonm ...