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Mitchell Daily Republican
South Dakota, USA
16 December 1890

Another of Jack's Victims

London, Dec.16.
The body of a woman was found among the ballast of a vessel just arrived at Middlesborough. One of the hands had been severed and found in another place. The vessel sailed from Millwall docks, and the police suspect the woman is another victim of "Jack the Ripper."


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  Middlesborough Murder
       Press Reports: Herald and Torch Light - 19 December 1889