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East End News
Friday, 23 November 1888.

SUICIDE OF A POPLAR TRADESMAN.

A determined case of suicide occurred in Poplar on Monday morning. A marine store dealer, named Edward Buchan, aged 29 years, carrying on business at 42 Robinhood-lane, Poplar, cut his throat with a knife. It appears that shortly after ten o'clock a sister of the man heard a strange noise, and on entering the back shop saw Buchan in the act of cutting his throat. She raised an alarm and her father came to her assistance and attempted to take the knife from the man's hand, but failed, and cut his own hand badly in the attempt. Dr. Skelly was at once summoned, but Buchan died shortly after. He had nearly severed his head from his body. He had been strange in his manner for some time past. The body was subsequently removed to the mortuary, to await a coroner's inquest.


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       Dissertations: Edward Buchan: Did Jack the Ripper Commit Suicide? 
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       Press Reports: East London Advertiser - 24 November 1888 
       Press Reports: Star - 22 November 1888 
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