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Morning Post
London, UK
25 June 1883

CLERKENWELL - Police-Inspector Poule, of the G Division, reported that the woman Sarah Ann Kelly, alleged to have been stabbed in the neck by her husband, James Kelly, at 21 Cottage Lane, St. Luke's, was in a dying state, almost all hopes having been given up of her recovery. - Mr. Barstow, accompanied by the Chief Clerk, at once drove to St. Bartholomew's Hospital in order that the injured woman's depositions might be taken in writing.


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