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The Edmonton Case

Post by Karen on Sat 30 Jul 2011 - 1:18

THE EDMONTON CASE.

Mr. Baxter, at the Rose and Crown, Edmonton, yesterday resumed the inquest on the male illegitimate twin child of Dora Hart, of 206, Upper Fore-street, Edmonton, which was found buried in the back garden of the house. Mrs. Stanley, 4, Market-place, Southgate, had known the Harts for 17 years. In September last she partially agreed to take charge of Miss Hart's baby when it came; but in November, in consequence of her health, she declined to do so. It was not true that on the 31st of January she went to see Mrs. Hart's and brought away two babies. She had never seen them. On the 1st February, by first post, she had a letter from Rosa Hart, saying her sister Dora had had twins, but they were both dead. Dr. Jones, recalled, said the children died on inanition, through want of expansion in the lungs. That could not be caused externally, but was natural. A handkerchief put over the mouth would cause the blood on the brain to be dark, whereas it was bright. The jury deliberated for an hour in private, then asked the coroner to adjourn it again; in the meantime to order the exhumation of the bodies for further post-mortem examination. They also asked that the Treasury be communicated with, with a view to being represented at the next inquiry. The coroner consented to this.

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, February 19, 1888, Page 12

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