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    It appears that even the Divisional Police Surgeons were prone to become victims of theft.

    It seems young Beattie had a thing for Doctors equpiment.

    Monty
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  • #2
    Good find Neil...hadn't seen that one before.
    I think we recently had an article regarding Doc Blackwell getting lumped up in the neighborhood, didn't we ?
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    • #3
      No worriws How,

      There's a few news reports on him where he attened prisoners, victims of abuse and even a suicide at a tube station which resulted in a nasty decapitation.

      I'd love to have seen the dissertation he did on the murders.

      Monty

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      • #4
        D'oh Jon,

        I forgot to put it on didn't I? I'm on my phone just now at its on my Memory stick.

        Morning Post or Standard is springing to mind, March or November 89....I think.

        I shall check proper later.

        Its interesting to note prisoners were taken to his practice as well.

        Monty

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        • #5
          Very interesting, Monty! Some people just have sticky fingers, don't they?

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          • #6
            Jon,

            Way off mark. Perils of researching multiple people in one sitting.

            It was the Morning Post 7th Nov 1894.


            Here are some other Brown bits n bobs, with names of others you may recognise.

            Monty
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            • #7
              Sorry Jon,

              The top clipping is from The Ipswich Journal 30 January 1869

              The Artizan Dwellings act clipping is The Times 21 March 1877

              And the final one you ask about, re The Police Orphange, is The Standard 20 April 1888.

              Cheers
              Monty

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