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Jack The Ripper - Newspapers from Hull Vol. 1

Jack The Ripper - Newspapers from Hull Vol. 1

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In 1892, Frederick Bailey Deeming was hanged at Melbourne Gaol. He has since been accused of killing two of his wives and four children. At the time, the international press discussed whether or not he was the infamous "Jack the Ripper."

Now, using previously unseen documents from around the world, the true story of Frederick Bailey Deeming can be revealed. Featuring a wide range of historical contemporary primary sources, official files, inquest reports, telegrams, correspondence, and newspaper accounts from local, national and international sources. 

Learn about Deeming's early life through hitherto unseen material. 
Learn about his frauds, bigamy, and travels around the world. 
Discover previously unseen files thought lost in archival centres around the world. 

All fully referenced, with an extensive source list and bibliography.


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