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The Sun (Baltimore, Maryland, USA 7 August, 1857

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The Sun (Baltimore, Maryland, USA  7 August, 1857 - thrown off, tbe last one rolling over...
thrown off, tbe last one rolling over severalnmes. These cars were all smashed up. Transportation or Esglish Coxricrs The London correspondent of the Philadelphia American writes: An interesting batch of convicts are about to be conveyed to Freemantle, in western Australia-Among Australia-Among Australia-Among them are Paul Strahan and Bates, the bankers of the Straud. Strahan. to my personal knowledge, began life with S 1.500,000 cash, and estates worth at the lowest fraction 91.250,000. This large fortune was left to him by the late Andrew Strahan, the king's printer .(George the Fourth's reign.) who him. eljf died worth in cash alone $5 000,000, and estates of great value besides. besides. Stratan's real name is Snow, aad he took the name of Andrew Strahan when he came in possession of the walth the old mm left him. He is now a miserable convict: Robson.- Robson.- the Crystal Palace forger, and Redpath, of the Great Northern frauds, are of the party also. Agar, who stole the gold from the Southeastern Railway; Railway; Seward, the barrister, known as "Jem, the penman," and others equally notorious, will perform perform the voyage together In the same ship.

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The Baltimore Sun
(Baltimore, Maryland)
07 Aug 1857, Fri  • Page 1

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