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The Daily Dispatch: November 1, 1861., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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is bill, and discovered that he owed the admiring restaurateur precisely six thousand francs! There was a very singular trial, on Wednesday of this week, before the Correctional Tribunal of Versailles. A workman was accused of robbing an infant's grave. In the crime itself there was nothing extraordinary, but it would require a vivid imagination to divine the resurrectionist's motive. It appeared from the evidence that the prisoner was separated from his wife, against whom he cherished most resentful feelings. He wrote anonymous letters to the authorities, accusing the poor woman of infanticide, gave details as to where she had hid the body of the supposed victim, and robbed a grave in order to carry out his diabolical conspiracy. The tables were, however, turned upon him, by the infliction of a sentence which will keep him from evil deeds for several years to come. The Princess de Salms, a cousin of the Emperor Napoleon, has just died, of brain fever, at Baden-Baden.