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Malvina Haynes Attacked April 2

Post by Karen on Thu 18 Nov 2010 - 23:58

Malvina Haynes was brutally attacked on April 2nd, near Leman-street, just one day before Emma Elizabeth Smith.

ANOTHER OUTRAGE AT WHITECHAPEL.

THE VICTIM A WEEK UNCONSCIOUS.

Whitechapel is becoming notorious for acts of brutal violence against women in the streets, and today inquiries are being pursued with reference to an attempted murder which occurred as far back as Monday last night, though the victim, who is still lying at the London Hospital, has not yet regained consciousness, and has, therefore, been unable to give any description of her assailant. It appears that on the night in question loud screams were heard in the vicinity of the railway arch adjoining the Leman-street Station, and a lodging-house keeper residing in Wellclose-square saw a man treating a woman with great violence. An alarm was raised, but the assailant ran away, leaving the woman lying moaning in the roadway. She was immediately conveyed to the London Hospital, where she was afterwards identified as Malvina Haynes, a married woman, residing at 29, Newman-street, Whitechapel. Up to this afternoon she had not sufficiently recovered to make any intelligible statement as to how she met with her injuries, which are principally confined to her head. It is, indeed, very

DOUBTFUL WHETHER SHE WILL RECOVER

from the murderous attack, as the concussion of the brain, from which Mrs. Haynes has chiefly suffered, if of so dangerous a character that the medical staff at the London Hospital think that recovery is a matter of great uncertainty. Inspector Reid and Detective-sergeant William New are using every endeavour to trace the assailant, but at present no apprehension has been made.

Source: The Echo, Monday April 9, 1888, Page 3

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A Woman's Memory Gone

Post by Karen on Fri 19 Nov 2010 - 2:49

THE LATEST WHITECHAPEL MYSTERY.

A WOMAN'S MEMORY GONE.

Malvina Haynes, who received very serious injuries to her head and scalp on the night of Bank Holiday, remained from that time until yesterday quite unconscious at the London Hospital, no sounds but moans having escaped her lips. The sufferer has been under the care of Mr. George E. Haslip, the house surgeon, and yesterday the patient, upon regaining consciousness was only able to briefly relate the circumstances of the outrage. On many points her memory is an entire blank; and when questioned as to what her assailant was like, she replied, "I cannot remember; my mind is gone." The hospital authorities at once communicated with Detective-sergeant William New, who has charge of the case, and certain information which casually passed from the woman's lips may perhaps

LEAD TO A CLUE

respecting the would-be murderer. Mr. Haynes, the husband, who is a hard-working house painter, living at 29, Newnham-street, Great Alie-street, Whitechapel, has expressed his deep sense of the unremitting skill and kindness his wife has received from the surgical and nursing staff at the hospital. From a statement which he has made it appears that his wife, himself, and some friends spent Bank Holiday together by seeing some of the sights of the Metropolis, and in the evening Mrs. Haynes returned with them to her home. She went out later on, and

SCREAMS WERE SHORTLY AFTER HEARD

in the vicinity of Leman-street Railway Station. A constable then discovered Mrs. Haynes lying insensible on the ground, in a pool of blood. Besides her brain being affected by the injury, Mrs. Haynes is suffering from a scalp wound of rather an extensive character. A man who was said to have been near the unfortunate woman at the time of the occurrence, and who resided in the district, has since left the neighbourhood. The police hope that he may come forward, as his testimony might aid the ends of justice, by relating what he saw of the outrage.

Source: The Echo, Wednesday April 11, 1888, Page 4

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