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A glimpse of the 19th century Goulston Street Victorian Sunday Market. This was what the scene would have been like after the notorious "Juwes" message was found on a wall in this street in the wake of the Jack the Ripper murder of Catherine Eddowes.
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Today's blog takes a look at the perils of the East End of London that the Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 highlighted to society at large. http://buff.ly/2p8q3an
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People on a Victorian omnibus around London.
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A look back at the 19th century dog market in the Victorian East End of London.
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Casual labourers hoping for a day's work in the Victorian building trade.
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Today's blog heads back to October 1889 when a pub landlord in Penzance, landlord became convinced that Jack the Ripper had just walked into his bar! http://buff.ly/2pOiYf3
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The register showing the record of the burial of Mary Kelly.
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The grave of Jack the Ripper victim Mary Kelly.
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Today's blog features a report on the first day of the inquest into the death of Jack the Ripper victim Catherine Eddowes. http://buff.ly/2pFx857
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Today's blog features a letter to a newspaper that was published in November 1888. A man had made the mistake of attending Mary Kelly's funeral procession carrying a black bag. The results of carrying such an item truly astonished and terrified him. http://buff.ly/2ptK65X
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