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Source:  Daily National Intelligencer (Washington (DC), District of Columbus)  Vol: XXXIII   Issue: 10155  Page: 3
Dated:  Sept. 6, 1845
CRIMES IN NEW YORK - It is astonishing (says the Baltimore Patriot) to see the numerous accounts that have of late been published of murders, suicides, robberies &c., committed in the city of New York.  Scarecely a day that we do not read an account of some tragedy of this sort occurring there.  The following is the latest catastrophe of this description that has come under our notice, the history of which we take from the New York Morning News:

     ANOTHER MYSTERIOUS CASE - Great excitement prevailed in the neighborhood of 37 Laurens street yesterday afternoon, about 2 o'clock, in consequence of a woman having been found with her throat cut almost from ear to ear.  Her name was Canning, wife of Thomas Canning.   She was about forty years of age, and the mother of three or four bright and intelligent-looking children.  when first discovered she was lying in an attic room, bleeding profusely from her throat.  In the fireplace of the adjoining apartment an open and bloody razor was found, and upon the floor was spattered drops of blood..  It was at first supposed that she had attempted to commit suicide, in consequence of some altercation she had with her husband, but she subsequently stated that a woman, who came the other day to hire rooms in the house, returned yesterday, and after some little conversation got into a quarrel, and she cut her throat and immediately fled.  Whether this story was true or not cannot at present be ascertained.  The woman was taken to the City Hospital where her wounds will be properly attended to.

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