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The Times (London).
Thursday, 2 May 1889.

THE CASE OF DIEMSHIETZ.

The Home Secretary has stated to Mr. W. B. Parker, chairman of a meeting held to demand the release of the man Diemshietz [Diemschutz], convicted of assault in connexion with the Berner-street disturbances, that it is contrary to the practice of the department to receive deputations in criminal cases, but that any representation in writing on Diemshietz's behalf shall receive his careful consideration.


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