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A RAID UPON GAMBLERS.

[By Elkotbio Tkf.kohaph--Oopviitoht.J [Pee Press Association, |

NOTABLE SEIZURES,

A BIG HAUL

LONDON, May 13, (Received May 14,1889, at 2 p.m.)

Fifty of the police on Sunday morning surprised the Baccarat Club, who meet in Park place, London. Fifteen persons were arrested, including Lords Dudley, Lurgan, and Paulett, Messrs Merry and Benzon (“ Jubilee Juggins ”). The sum of LIB,OOO in cash was seized. They also made a raid on the Adelphi Club, where forty-seven persona were arrested. [Special to the Press Association.) LONDON, May 13. The prisoners arrested at Park place have been admitted to bail; but the sureties required for those arrested at the Adelphi Club have not been forthcoming, and they are consequently detained in custody.

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A RAID UPON GAMBLERS., Issue 7906, 14 May 1889

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A RAID UPON GAMBLERS. Issue 7906, 14 May 1889

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