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  • #16
    Jewish World 1910

    From The Jewish World of March 11, 1910 -

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    • #17
      The Jewish Chronicle

      From The Jewish Chronicle of March 11, 1910 -


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      • #18
        Anderson Letter to The Jewish Chronicle

        From The Jewish Chronicle of March 11, 1910 -

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        • #19
          Nick Connell

          The invaluable help of Nick Connell in compiling these references is duly acknowledged.

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          • #20
            The Lighter Side of My Official Life

            From The Lighter Side of My Official Life, by Sir Robert Anderson K.C.B, London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1910 -





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            • #21
              The Sketch 1910

              From The Sketch of November 9, 1910 -


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              • #22
                The People 1912

                From H.L. Adams' article 'Scotland Yard and its Secrets' in The People of June 9, 1912 -

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                • #23
                  Obituary

                  Obituary of Anderson from The Globe of November 19, 1918 -

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                  • #24
                    New Find - 1904

                    I see that over on the Casebook site we have to congratulate Chris Phillips on his find in the 1904 book by Anderson, Pseudo-Criticism or the Higher Criticism and Its Counterfeit. In this book Anderson states -



                    I hadn't seen this before and I presume that Martin hadn't either.

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                    • #25
                      Hi All,

                      There's an interesting Anderson remark in the 1st September 1908 Daily Chronicle cutting kindly posted by SPE.

                      Anderson said—

                      "I told Sir William Harcourt, who was then Home Secretary, that I could not accept responsibility for non-detection of the author of the Ripper crimes . . ."

                      Sir William Vernon Harcourt was Home Secretary from April 1880 to June 1885.

                      If Anderson could make such a fundamental error, why should we treat anything else he said or wrote about the JtR case as gospel?

                      Regards,

                      Simon
                      Last edited by Simon Wood; October 16, 2009, 12:22 PM. Reason: spolling

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