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Ripperologist No. 47: July 2003


Contents:
1. Editorial Summing Up and Verdict: Liverpool 2003
6.    Jeffrey Bloomfield    The Making of The Commissioner   
16.    The Melik Society    A British Gunboat on the Nile   
18.    Andy & Sue Parlour    Arthur George Morrison   
20.    Stawell Heard    George Valentine Revisited   
24.    I Beg to Report    Ripper News   
28.    Adrian Morris    At The Cloak & Dagger Club   
30.    Wilf Gregg    On the Crimebeat   
31.    Reviews      
      Clouds of Glory: A Hoxton Childhood
Francis Frith"s East London. Photographic Memories
Sylvia Pankhurst. A Crusading Life 1882-1960
Gladstone
Irish Peacock & Scarlet Marquess: The Real Trial of Oscar Wilde
Queen Victoria At Home
The Worm in the Bud. The World of Victorian Sexuality
Elizabeth"s London. Everyday Life in Elizabethan London
Hanoverian London
Liquid History. The Thames Through Time
London"s Archaeological Secrets
Medieval London Houses
Violent London. 2000 Years of Riots, Rebels and Revolts
In Search of Shakespeare
Last of the Dandies: The Scandalous Life and Escapades of Count d'Orsay
The Roots of Evil: A Social History of Crime and Punishment
Fatal Treasure
A Short History of Nearly Everything   
36.    GLENN    The Adventures of Inspector Abberline Jr   
37.    Christopher-Michael diGrazia    The Last Word.   

COVER ILLUSTRATION
Sir Charles Warren in full uniform. Or as Spike Milligan captioned this photograph in his book >Rommel? Gunner Who?, "Bdr. Spike Deans with Arab chicken purchased by wayside." See Ripperologist No.32, December 2000.

QUOTE OF THE MONTH
"Is Alastair Campbell accusing the BBC of lying rather like Jack the Ripper complaining his barber has nicked him with the scissors?" Paul James, London E14. The Sunday Times, 6 July 2003

We have endeavoured to credit photo copyright to known sources and apologise to any copyright holders we have overlooked.

We would like to acknowledge the valuable assistance given by the following people in the production of this issue of Ripperologist: Bernard Brown, Ian Hart, Stephen Ryder. Thank you!