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The News
Frederick, Maryland, U.S.A.
28 November 1888

He Was Not The Murderer

New York, Nov. 28.
James Shaw, who was arrested last Thursday on the steamship Wyoming at the insistence of the British government on the supposition that he was James Pennock, who had murdered his wife at Pickering, Yorkshire, has been discharged on a cablegram stating that he was not the man wanted.