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THE CAVE OF DEATH

... In the early part of the French revolution the prisons of St Lyons were filled with thousands of unhappy victims, gi Seventy-tw oprisoners. vhbo were condemned, were thrown into the ...

THE ODD FELLOW

... Iim ODD FELLOW, St. leg ei I?%t*,DA1 JAIWARYA t8, tm4o. 5y tht . VU i032,ASIAL BY XuflY. e. Tria y has long been the toasted bosiot of be0 T ngbe Vill )g EnglfsihW l. It-is at 198tItiUtion the best t ...

THE MURDERER'S CLIFF

... TILE MURDER&,4 CLIFF. ?? ! 'i - in The Wind set urp a di.stail fihorl; 1ieavy anrl large drops *r of rainl battered tile 6oittage window; the two elements lty raged against each otjeii until the forme ...

CRIMINAL COURTS

... We shball never forget the mingled feelings of Awes and respect with which we used to gaze on the exterior of New- h gate in our schoolhoy days. How dreadful itsorouigh heavy of walls ...

KILLING THE PRESIDENT

... KILLING.,TE PRESIDENT. . . . f 1 1 . . We were approaching, on our way to New York, the dangerous 'passage of Hell-gate, when I was aroused from a train of reafetiteinaon the ast and gloomy prison of ...

THE ARREST

... TI-HE ARREST. FROM TUE FRENCHI. The debtor cannot be arrested before the rising nor after the setting of the sun.' If you have hitherto escaped the grasp of the sheriff's officers, if the cuffs of you ...

VICTOR HUGO ON THE PUNISHMENT OF [ill]

... VICT(.D }2 IGP() CON fae PTj, ISTIMEN'Ol f, A., x:, LaI. I I ] r that measure, the abolition of capital punislurierit Iiad, been proposed, not in reference to >thie cacte 1 t tbese fcnrr ministers who ...

CHINESE JESTS

... TWICE AS MucH IN THE IliHT.-A corrupt magistrate had the two parties concerned in an action up before him to be examined. The plaintiff presently gave him a hint of fifty pieces of mone ...

A PRACTICAL JOKER PUNISHED

... A PRACTICAL JOKER PUNISHE D. An old coal elenhr, who Lad made a great deal of money by retailing cuals, and living in a rery penurious Wvy, eon- ceiving that he had at last sufficiemit'o enable him to ...

THE ODD FELLOW'S BUDGET

... )y LAW AND ?? Pray, my lord,' said a gentleman to of late respected and rather whimsical judge, ' what is the I- distinction between law and equity courts ?? ' Very little 1y ...