Boston, Mass., Nov. 13. - Sarah Jane Robinson is not to hanz. The governor and cil yesterrlay deeided to commute her death entence to imprisonment for life, but they added on the words, 'In sólito ry confiuement," wtaiclr multes ,he sentenee, ii possi)le,rnore dreadful tban ,he one pronounced by Judge Devens last spring. She is sentenced for poisoning Prinee Arthur man, hei' brother-in-law, but she ís suspected of having put out of the way by the same means Oliver Sleeper, her lapdlord; Moses P. Robinou, her husband; Annie Freeman, ler sister; Lizzie A. Robiuson, her daughter; Thomas Freeman, Jr., her nephew, and Willïam J. Robinson, her son. Her sentence is commuted because those in authority do not want to hang a wounan. She told the jailer ;bat she would have preferred haugiug to this sentence.