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Supposed Child Murder at Hackney

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Supposed Child Murder at Hackney

Post by Karen on Sat 30 Jul 2011 - 2:24


An inquest was held by Mr. Baxter, at the Manor rooms, Hackney, yesterday, on the body of a newly-born male infant, found on Wednesday night in a corner of waste ground, attached to the house occupied by an accountant (Mr. E.A. King), 10, Church-crescent. Constable Wm. Bartlett 19 J R, in making his rounds saw a parcel in the waste ground, and on opening it found the dead body of an infant. He called the attention of the occupier to the circumstance, and took the body to the police-station, where it was examined by Dr. J.B. White, the divisional surgeon. A post-mortem showed all the organs healthy and disclosed no external marks of violence. It was a fully-developed child and had breathed, but he (the doctor) could not swear that it had had a legal existence separate from the mother. Verdict, "Found dead, but the evidence is insufficient to the show the cause of death."

Source: Lloyd's Weekly London Newspaper, May 20, 1888, Page 12

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