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Brooklyn Daily Eagle
New York, USA
20 October 1889

The crime of Mrs. Maybrick, like the surgical operations of Jack the Ripper, has been wrought into a drama. It is called "The Poisoner" and the woman who presumably puts strychnine into the hero's coffee is known as Florence Mayburn. A woman is the author and in the principal scene she has employed the mirror scene from "Monbars."