London, Sept. 21.
Lawson Tait, the eminent gynecologist, expresses the opinion that the murders in Whitechapel at Chelsea and Battersea were all committed by the same criminal. The guilty person, he thinks, is a woman and a lunatic. According to this view the woman is employed in a slaughter house and is subject to epileptic fits.
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