London, Nov. 10.
General Warren, chief of the metropolitan police, has issued a proclamation offering a free pardon to any accomplice the Whitechapel murderer may have had, provided he will give information which will lead to the murderer's apprehension. It is learned that the woman whose mutilated body was found in the Dorset street house yesterday was a native of Limerick, Ireland. She emigrated to Wales, where she married a collier, who was subsequently killed by an explosion. After that she drifted to London.
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