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JACK THE RIPPER.

The last of the Whitechapel murders occurred m m Blackchurch Lane. In ferocity and brutality it exceed-d all the previous ones. Tbe details are similar to those of the crimes m the same neighborhood. The murder was discovered at 5 o'clock. The body was dissected with surgical accuracy. The victim, who, as usual, was a woman of the vagrant class, about thirty years ot age, has not been identified. The police had been withdrawn frond the locality owing to the strike, and the murderer, also as nsual, has not been detected. London, September 11. The murder m Blackchurch Lane ' resembles tne Whitehall and Battersea : tragedies, and is not like the. work of "Jack the Ripper." The head and legs are missing.

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JACK THE RIPPER. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2224, 12 September 1889

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