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The City Press (London)
Wednesday, 31 October 1888

THE ALDGATE MURDER.

Detective Slater has submitted to the authorities at Scotland-yard some information of a valuable character in connexion with the personality of the East-end murderer, and from this it is expected that an arrest will shortly be made.