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Cumberland Evening Times
Maryland, U.S.A.
9 September 1895
Another Jack the Ripper Victim

London, Sept. 9.
Another supposed Jack the Ripper murder has been discovered at Kensal Green. The victim was an unfortunate woman of the outcast class, and her throat was cut from ear to ear and her head fearfully battered with a stone. No trace has been discovered of the murderer.