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Cannon row (United Kingdom) (search for this): article 4
Attempted Suicide during the Royal procession. --As Her Majesty was yesterday proceeding to open Parliament, and just as the Royal cortege reached Derby street, (a small street leading from Parliament street into Cannon Row,) a person in Asiatic cost time, was seen to break through the crowd and attempt to thrust a paper into the?carriage in which Her Majesty was seated. He was, however, immediately prevented, Indeed, the Prince Consort himself, apprehensive of some maniac violence, pushed back the hand of the intruder. The man, baffled in his effort to force himself upon Royalty, immediately pulled out a clasp-knife and drew it three times across his throat. Arrested by the police, he was at once conveyed to the King street police station, where he promptly received the necessary surgical attention. The man's name is Mahomet Ali Khan. He is about 40 years of age, and is a native of Calcutta. He is under the impression that he has suffered some wrongs from the hands of Gove
Calcutta (West Bengal, India) (search for this): article 4
reet, (a small street leading from Parliament street into Cannon Row,) a person in Asiatic cost time, was seen to break through the crowd and attempt to thrust a paper into the?carriage in which Her Majesty was seated. He was, however, immediately prevented, Indeed, the Prince Consort himself, apprehensive of some maniac violence, pushed back the hand of the intruder. The man, baffled in his effort to force himself upon Royalty, immediately pulled out a clasp-knife and drew it three times across his throat. Arrested by the police, he was at once conveyed to the King street police station, where he promptly received the necessary surgical attention. The man's name is Mahomet Ali Khan. He is about 40 years of age, and is a native of Calcutta. He is under the impression that he has suffered some wrongs from the hands of Government, and states that it was his intention to place a petition in reference to his case before the Queen. He is evidently a lunatic London Times, Feb. 6th.
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reet, (a small street leading from Parliament street into Cannon Row,) a person in Asiatic cost time, was seen to break through the crowd and attempt to thrust a paper into the?carriage in which Her Majesty was seated. He was, however, immediately prevented, Indeed, the Prince Consort himself, apprehensive of some maniac violence, pushed back the hand of the intruder. The man, baffled in his effort to force himself upon Royalty, immediately pulled out a clasp-knife and drew it three times across his throat. Arrested by the police, he was at once conveyed to the King street police station, where he promptly received the necessary surgical attention. The man's name is Mahomet Ali Khan. He is about 40 years of age, and is a native of Calcutta. He is under the impression that he has suffered some wrongs from the hands of Government, and states that it was his intention to place a petition in reference to his case before the Queen. He is evidently a lunatic London Times, Feb. 6th.