THE GAMBLING RAID IN LONDON.
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WHY THE POLICE INTERFERED. LONDON, May 15.
(Received Hay 16,1839, at S p.m.)
It haa transpired that the Countess of Dudley, knowing that her son was being fleeced in the gambling hell where the Baccarat Club conduct their operations, and failing to induce the police to take proceedings, finally applied to Home Secretary Matthews to have the club closed. The reßult was that the police were compelled to take action. Three members of the Carlton Club were among those who were arrested.
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