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"lsathek apbos,"

The maoh dreaded parsonage known as " Losjther Apron " appeared ao a witness at tha irqneat on Sarah Ohatman, the foarlh victim of the Loadon murdera. He proved to be a Jew named Piaer, and really a harmless sort of roan after all. When the aproar orcse about him, he W9nt away and stayed with h!s stepmother brother and slater, seating th&t ho would havo been torn to pieoeß if he had stayed m tbe diatrict. Bis ecouni of himself was perfect'? straightforward, and the Oorouer r xpUlnod th»t his statements' had been corroborated. Upon this the 1 foreman oHhe j ry observed lh»t he and .bis., fellow j'xrymen considered that the vft'Sess" had cleared himself, and Pissr, evidently:^ well pleased, returned his thanke, tnd bowed all round.

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THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1988, 6 November 1888

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