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ANOTHER SENSATION.

MURDER OF DR. CRONIN, [Pbr Press associatios.] New York, M*y 20 A rumor is abroad to the effect tbat Dr Cronin, Secretary to the IrishAmerican Brotherhood and the asßsociate of Major Le Caron, has been murdered. Later. The rumor as to the murder of Dr. Cronin is confirmed by the discovery [of his body ?] m a naked condition, I hidden m a culvert m Chicago. I It is stated that Dr. Cronin wa9 murdered m order to prevent exposure of the embezzlement of £17,000 of 1 the funds subscribed to the Irish cause.

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ANOTHER SENSATION. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2134, 25 May 1889

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