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THE MAYBRICK CASE.

(Per Mtrarok »i the Blcff.) FBKBB ASSOCIATION.) London, August 11. It is reported that Sir Jae, Stephen has intimated to the authorities that he will resign his position oa the Bench m the event of the condemned woman being reprieved. Brierlj, whose improper intimacy with Mrs Maybrick was brought forward as the motive for her poisoning her husband denies the statement made to the effect that he expended £4000 m defend- j ing her during the trial. The " Times M eulogises his action. London, August 13. The Executive have given careful consideration to the case of Mrs Maybrick, and have arrived at the conclusion that they would not be justified m granting a reprieve, and the sentence of death will, therefore, be carried into effect. The execution is fixed to take place on the 27th infit.

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THE MAYBRICK CASE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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THE MAYBRICK CASE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2203, 19 August 1889

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