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The Tragedy in Alabama. --The suicide of Wm. English, in Baldwin county, Alabama, after killing three of his children on the 14th inst., has been noticed. A letter in the Pensacola (Fla.) Observer, gives further particulars of the horrible affair. It says: "He went to Mobile with a draft on the bank of that city, calling for $60,000, which he failed to get. Supposing it lost forever, and himself and family impoverished, he returned home with a heavy heart. On the first evening after his return home he ordered the nurse to assemble the children in the parlor, which she did, not suspecting his murderous intentions. As soon as the nurse had left the room he approached the cradle in which lay his youngest child, an infant nine months old, and cut its throat from ear to ear. The nurse happened to look through the window and saw what he was doing, and hastened to the garden where Mrs. English was superintending some work, and gave the alarm.--Mrs. E. started for the house in
The Daily Dispatch: January 30, 1861., [Electronic resource], Farm-Mortgage excitement in Wisconsin--a lawyer in "Popular" Limbo. (search)
The route of Mr. Lincoln. --Mr. Lincoln will start for Washington on the 14th of February, and will proceed by the way of Cleveland, Buffalo, Albany, Harrisburg and Baltimore, to the Federal Capital.