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Daily Northwestern
Oshkosh, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
18 November 1890

Was It Jack the Ripper?

Madrid, Nov. 18.
A woman's body cut into pieces was found in the Rue Ferrocart. The woman is supposed to have been murdered. The case has caused a great sensation.


Related pages:
  Madrid Murder - November 1890
       Press Reports: Washington Post - 18 November 1890