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Margaret Pedre (search for this): article 5
Attempted murder and Suicide. --Albert Dittman, an ardent young Dutchman, residing in South Boston, having been sternly repulsed from the affection and the bodily presence of Margaret Pedre, a buxom German mise, "just sixteen years old," of whom he was desperately enamored, procured a pistol on Tuesday last, and loading it with powder and a gravel stone, repaired to the residence of his "killing" attention, where, after a brief interview, he levelled his weapon, and, pla g it against her neck, , the stone entering the neck of the girl, inflicting a dangerous wound, Albert then rushed out of the house and jumped into the river, from which he was violently fished and escorted to jail to await his trial.
Albert Dittman (search for this): article 5
Attempted murder and Suicide. --Albert Dittman, an ardent young Dutchman, residing in South Boston, having been sternly repulsed from the affection and the bodily presence of Margaret Pedre, a buxom German mise, "just sixteen years old," of whom he was desperately enamored, procured a pistol on Tuesday last, and loading it with powder and a gravel stone, repaired to the residence of his "killing" attention, where, after a brief interview, he levelled his weapon, and, pla g it against her neck, , the stone entering the neck of the girl, inflicting a dangerous wound, Albert then rushed out of the house and jumped into the river, from which he was violently fished and escorted to jail to await his trial.