27 SEPTEMBER 1845, Page 12

Thomas Topp [Prince Albert's gamekeeper, whose conviction by leniently- disposed

Magistrates has been narrated in a previous page] was immediately dismissed from the service of his Royal Highness Pnnce Albert, and every possible reparation has been made to the poor woman. It is right to mention, that ,thelog employed by Topp was not a blood-hound, but a young and not at all ferocious puppy of three months old. This, at all events, somewhat mitigates the atrocity of the man's conduct—Morning Chronicle.