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Ripperologist No. 19: October 1998

Contents:

Page One:

Editorial Comment

 

Page Three:

Advance Warning...

 

 

Publications on the horizon

 

Page Four:

"...I Beg to Report... '

 

 

Notes and News

 

Page Seven:

"...Respectfully Submitted..."

 

 

Letters to the Editor

 

Page Nine:

Speaker's Corner:

 

 

M J Trow

 

Page Ten:

From the Archives:

 

 

Eastern Post and City Chronicle - 13th October 1888

 

Page Eleven:

The Life, Death and Crimes of Frederick Deeming

John Godl

Page Fifteen:

Pearly King - A Royal Correspondent

Andy Aliffe

 

The History of the Pearly Kings and Que ns

 

Page Nineteen:

In Defence of Ripperology

Robert McWatt

Page Twenty-One

The Secret Life of Arthur J Munby

Stawell Heard

 

A man who was once accused of being JTR

 

Page Twenty-Nine:

I Have the Horrors of Drink Upon Me!

Adam Wood

 

A crawl down the Pubs of Commercial Street

 

Page Thirty-Five:

Signs of the Times

 

 

Brunei's Great Bore - The Thames Tunnel

Paul Daniel

Page Thirty-Nine:

Proceedings...

Adam Wood

 

A summary of the last Cloak and Dagger Club meeting

 

Page Forty:

C & D Club Future Activities...

 

 

In the Next Issue...

 

Page Forty-One

The C & D Club - Part 2... Managing the Meetings

The Editor

 

Part two of a short series on the C&D Club

 

 

Reviews:

 

Page Forty Three.

Whitechapel Journal - Ed. Stephen Wright

Paul Daniel

 

Martin FWD on the Radio

John Carey

Page Forty-Four:

In the Footsteps of the Whitechapel Murders

Paul Daniel

 

by John F Plimmer

 

Inside Back Cover:

General Information

 

On the Cover

A typical pub scene in the late 19th Century from an engraving by John Leech.
Is that Mrs Ringer behind the bar at the Britannia? Or perhaps Mrs Fiddymont at the Albert?
I
t is plain, from the black eye on the lady to the right, that Liz Stride was not the only woman

in Spitaifields to be batteredl And is it gin the woman is feeding her baby to hasten sleep?

The children are probably tasting beer sent for by their father, though this practice

was outlawed in 1901 by the 'Child Messenger Act' which prohibited sales

of uncorked or sealed alcohol to any children under the age of 14.