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Times (London)
27 January 1899

Respite of the Convict Marshall:

In the case of Kate Marshall, who was sentenced to death at the Central Criminal Court for the murder of Eliza Roberts, her sister, her counsel has received an intimation from the Home Office "that the Secretary of State has felt warranted under all the circumstances in advising her Majesty to respite the capital sentence with a view to its commutation to penal servitude for life."


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