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James Wiltshire

Informant.

A milkman in the employ of the Dairy Supply Company, Museum Street, Bloomsbury.

Informed the press that he had been driving through Hanbury Street at 5.40am on 8th September 1888. He stated that "there was no bother then, and no sign that a murder had been committed. There were people about, but I did not notice anyone in particular."[1]

References

  1. Echo, 8th September 1888

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