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- Edition: March 10, 1882 March 10, 1882
The Sheriff of Cumberland, Mr. George ROUTLEDGE has appointed Mr. Edward
Lamb WAUGH, Cockermouth, to be his Under-Sheriff.
FATAL FALL FROM A WINDOW.
A sad accident has occurred at Marseilles. Madame Louis ARNAVON, a lady
belonging to one of the first families in the town, overbalanced herself as
she was looking out of one of the windows of her house, in the Rue Sylvabelle,
and received such injuries that she expired an hour afterwards.
The Inman steamer City of Berlin, which had been disabled on her outward
voyage, was towed into Boston on Sunday night.
The Empress of Austria paid a visit to the Queen on Monday at Windsor
Castle, which she left for Dover at 2 p.m. Her Imperial Majesty embarked on
board a special steamer, and sailed for Calais at a little after seven o'clock.
A furious gale from the north west raged in the north of Scotland on
Monday accompanied by heavy snow, and communication was stopped in several
places. During the height of the storm a shoal of whales was driven into Weisdale
Voe, where more than 300 of them were captured.
Telegrams from Brussels report the arrest of three men and two women on
the charge of being concerned in the robbery from the Hatton Garden Post
Office last year. The principal prisoner, who is said to be a ticket-to-leave
man, violently resisted his arrest. Jewels to the value of 22,000 francs were
found in their possession.