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Times (London)
10 December 1894

THE KENSINGTON MURDER.-At the West London Police-court on Saturday, Reginald Saunderson, 21, was charged with the willful murder of Augusta Dawes, in Holland-park-road, on the night of November 25. Counsel who prosecuted on behalf of the Treasury stated the facts of the case, and said that a letter, which would be proved to be in the handwriting of the prisoner, had been received at the Kensington Police-station, on November 28, containing a detailed confession of the crime. It was signed "Jack the Ripper." After two police officers had given evidence, the prisoner was remanded for a week. (p. 10)


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       Press Reports: Bangor Daily Whig and Courier - 17 January 1895 
       Press Reports: Fort Wayne News - 29 January 1895 
       Press Reports: Fort Wayne Weekly Sentinel - 26 November 1894 
       Press Reports: Indiana Democrat - 6 December 1894 
       Press Reports: Marion Daily Star - 26 December 1894 
       Press Reports: Marion Daily Star - 4 December 1894 
       Press Reports: Ogden Standard - 30 January 1895 
       Press Reports: Ogden Standard - 8 December 1894 
       Press Reports: Times [London] - 11 December 1894 
       Press Reports: Times [London] - 22 December 1894 
       Press Reports: Times [London] - 8 January 1895 
       Ripper Media: Jack the Ripper: A Suspect Guide - Reginald Saunderson