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THE LONDON MURDERS.

,_ jh TENTH VICTIM. (PER FREBS ASSOCIATION.) London. December 24. Another woman of the unfortunate class has been murdered m a lonely yard m the neighborhood of Poplar. The body was not mut'lated m the same way as the recent W hitechapel victims, but bears marks of fingers on the neck, leading to the supposition that the murderer attempted to remove the vocal cord, but was disturbed whilst engaged m the work. By some it is believed the murderer is identical with the Whitechapel murderer, but that he is pursuing a new method of killing and mutilating his victims.

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THE LONDON MURDERS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2022, 27 December 1888

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THE LONDON MURDERS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2022, 27 December 1888

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