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 - WKSTxnrsrxit. John Gorman, a prisoner in the...
WKSTxnrsrxit. John Gorman, a prisoner in the Penitentiary, Penitentiary, was charged with cutting and wounding Southam Bcddingten, one of the warders. It appeared that Bedding, ton was conveying the accused and two other prisoners along a passage leading to the dormitory, when he was struck by the accused eu the right cheek with a sharp instrument. The blood flowed and he staggered and fell down. Tbe prisoner ran off to his own eaU. The in strumeet with which he inflicted the wound was a piece of a steel stays bask, sharpened at the end and stuck into a piece cf wood. Tbe warder was very seriously injured, and had been for tea days In a most precarious stats. While being STamlned the prisoner behaved In a most violent manner. He wss committed to Newgate for trial.

Clipped from The Times07 Sep 1857, MonPage 9

The Times (London, Greater London, England)07 Sep 1857, MonPage 9
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