s ecured the assassin. Collard was carried to the University College
Hospital ; but it was found that his wound was mortal, the ball having entered the belly, and passed through the body. He was able, however, to make a dying deposition of the facts, and to identify Bartlemy as the murderer. 'Aere were indications of a severe struggle in Moore's back-parlour—blood spattered about, furniture smashed, and on the floor a broken cane loaded with lead, which had been used by Bartlemy. It would seem that the young woman who accompanied him has escaped.