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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    R. F. Wilkinson, her owner, capsized in a squall close to the breakwater. Mr. Wilkinson and one hand named Frederick Axworthy were saved by a passing boat, but one other man, George Wallace, was drowned. A whaler belonging to her Subscribers-only content

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    95-6 earcarcses of mutton, and 1,¢88 tltittsive fretids on Phillips and Co.,tnaval out- tla 'faStoneisoneehave been discovered. Their fore- 4teated Axworthy, and his son-in-law have been 1ave ie and other arrests are impending. Tha frauds fie IProgcsss for years, and Subscribers-only content

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    that the case of Axworthy was one of. great aggravation, and he was by~nomeanissure that so if the indictment had been frpmed in a more Serious way it th might' not have been w ell sustained. Axworthy had con- Ri Subscribers-only content

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    to enlist public sympathy in their behalf. Mr. J. Elms presided. The meeting was addressed by Messers. Prenary, J. Truscott, Axworthy, and others oil be- half of the workmen; and Mr. Reed spoke in vindication of the course he had Subscribers-only content

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    opportunity.-Remanded. MARLBOROUGIH-STREET. JAe xt;ewrey was charged with a violent assault on a little girl, her stepdaughter, as follows: Charlotte Ann Axworthy, an intelligent little girl, ten years of age, said she resided at 33, Broad-street, Golden- square, and that the Subscribers-only content

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