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Post by Karen on Fri 26 Nov 2010 - 2:56

"IN DANGER FROM THE MURDERER."

A decent but poorly-dressed woman giving the name of Louisa Day, occupied the dock at Worship-street. "You are charged with being a person of unsound mind," said the Clerk. Police-constable 499 J said that the prisoner entered the Bethnal-green Police-station on Wednesday night, and said she was in danger of her life from the Whitechapel murderer, that she was related to the Royal family, and made other curious statements, which resulted in the inspector ordering her to be discharged as a wandering lunatic. - "What have you to say about yourself?" said the Magistrate to the woman. - "Well, she said, I did mention the Prince of Wales' name, but that was all. I said he was my brother; but you know, we are all brothers and sisters. (Laughter.) It is true that I am in danger of my life, not, perhaps, from the murderer, but from others who follow me about. I have been lodging in Dorset-street, and was there the other night, when I heard the gang threatening Mr. Charrington's life." - "Have you a husband? queried the Magistrate.. - "Yes; in the Mile-end Infirmary. My daughter is with the Bishop of Bedford." - "I think," said the Magistrate, "if your life is in danger we had better have you looked after, and the constable shall take you to the workhouse. There they will inquire into the state of your mind." - The prisoner, who behaved very quietly, curtsied to the Magistrate before leaving the dock.

Source: The Echo, Thursday November 22, 1888, Page 4

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