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Persecution In Japan

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Parent Issue
Day
3
Month
May
Year
1872
Copyright
Public Domain
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The Homeuard Mail says that the mosl Ivirbarous porsooutions are reportad frora Xugasnki. The Prinoo of Siifia is the in stigator, and a high otficial iVom tho Mikado's Court n&med Ewaknra, the superjntciiding tortur ir. Two thousand victiins are said to be doomed. Kwnkura, wfao ia at the hend of the Western Embassy, is ordeiiag the torture and saorifloe oi' these people in batohes. Under tho first sixty-siivon had porished. Crucifixión n.nd boiling alive, the original torm of exocution for Christiansin Japan, ftVl fuiven place to stnrvation, imprisonmen without light or clothing, exposure uu clothed on frozcn ponda with banda an feot bound, or forninar a biirningconl int the mouth, The Nagasaki paper under stands that the foreign consuls have al ready apprisod thcir respective govorn ment of theso acts, and it trusts that th Priti8h government ivill interfere.

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Michigan Argus