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ELOPEMENT OF AN OFFICER’S WIFE WITH HER COACHMAN.

Apainfiil sensation has been created in r Cornwall by the elopement of the wife of Major Grant, of the Duke oE Comtvall’s .Light Infantry, with her cdachinan. The officer and his wife were #n a-visit to the latter’s brother, the‘OpaebiWan accompanying theiki. On the husband and his host day’s cub Hunting, and an ;honr, After, their departure the lady and her coachman drove .off in the chaise to the coast some miles off, where they to6fc!a boat for Devonport, afterproceeding by train to a destination I. unknown. When they left the chaise they gave 5s to an ostler to drive it back to the lady’s brother’s. It is stated that the lady is only twentythree years of age, of very vivacious manners, the mother of two children, and possessed of some property in her own right. The coachman is about the! Shine age, and the husband nearly forty. ' ' ' '

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ELOPEMENT OF AN OFFICER’S WIFE WITH HER COACHMAN., Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 497, 21 November 1881

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ELOPEMENT OF AN OFFICER’S WIFE WITH HER COACHMAN. Ashburton Guardian, Volume III, Issue 497, 21 November 1881

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