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  • Howard Brown
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    Hampshire Advertiser
    October 30, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    North-Eastern Daily Gazette
    October 29, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    This story appears to be a different story than the one which was reported on October 23rd.


    York Herald
    October 28, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    Aberdeen Weekly Journal
    October 28, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    Nice caricature of Edward Hamblar, the 61 year old crossdressing ship's joiner, arrested in 1889.

    http://www.jtrforums.com/showthread....436#post118436

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  • Howard Brown
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    121 years ago today....


    Birmingham Daily Post
    October 23, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    Belfast News-Letter
    October 22, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    Belfast News-Letter
    October 22, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    http://www.jtrforums.com/showthread....382#post118382

    Lloyd's article from October 20th,1889...on a lunatic hellbent on killing the Ripper.

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  • Paul Kearney A.K.A. NEMO
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    Yes, the Three Tuns guy and the Aldgate knife guy are two separate people I think, yet both letters use similar terminology

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  • Howard Brown
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    You may be right,Nemo....
    In the 1889 street brouhaha, that gentleman had a knife in his hand or so Bachert claimed.
    Good eye,buddy.

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  • Paul Kearney A.K.A. NEMO
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    That's interesting that Bachert thinks the letter writer is someone who can be identified and who has already been in the hands of the police

    I always thought that letter referred to the incident in the Three Tuns - Bachert received a letter previously that used the expression "yer thought you had me in the Three Tuns Hotel..."

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  • Howard Brown
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    More news tomorrow beginning with October 20th,1889.

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  • Howard Brown
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    This article references the earlier snafu in 1889 and in Whitechapel in which a man was released from custody and absolved of any wrongdoing after a woman ( who failed to appear in court over the matter ) attempted to pick his pockets.
    This event is similar to the James Johnson affair two days prior to the Double Event in which a man was approached by two street women .

    Newcastle Weekly Courant
    October 19, 1889
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  • Howard Brown
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    Caught between a rock and a hard place....

    Manchester Times
    October 19, 1889
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