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virtually been charged on no substantial grounds with arson, if

not murder, should recover no damages in addition to his legal claims. But the public may learn from the trial the great folly of indulging in spontaneous literature concerning matters of business in the newspapers. But for Mr. Wolley's inaccurate contribution to the West London Observer, the in- surance offices would scarcely have thought of resisting his claims.