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The Daily Telegraph
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1888

Page 2

Referring to the report of a serious assault committed last Saturday night on a woman who had just left the Forester's Palace of Varieties, the general manager of that place of entertainment writes that the police have informed him that no such outrage has been brought to their notice.



The subsequent portion of this issue's reporting of Whitechapel murder is reproduced in "News from Whitechapel" page 23.