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Elyria Democrat
Ohio, USA
29 November 1888

James Shaw, a steerage passenger on the steamship Wisconsin, was arrested upon landing at Castle Garden on 22nd, charged with murdering his wife in England. He says he left his wife alive in Leeds.


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       Press Reports: Frederick News - 24 November 1888 
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       Press Reports: New York Times - 28 November 1888 
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