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London. Deoember 30, The victim of the Bradford murder turns out to be a girl eight- year* old. Her legs and arms were roughly chopped off and tied to the body. The ears were off, and there were two stabs on the body. The heart and intestines were out. The remains were wrapped m a rough cohering. In some other respects the murder resembles the Whitechapel tragedies. The first theory .was that the crime had been committed by some drunken ladi, inflamed by reading accounts oif the London horrors, but- a milkman named Barrett has been arrested, against whom strong suspicion exists. A bloodstained sack and a Knife which accurately fitted the wounds ©a the body were found- m his lodgings.

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THE BRADFORD TRAGEDY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889

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THE BRADFORD TRAGEDY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889

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