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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    detained at the Commercial Street Police Station. He gave the anse'of John, lesof Joseph. A man 'was arrested at Tiptree Heath, near Bishop Stortford, on suspicion of bsing~concerued in the White- a chapel murders. He asked alms of Sergeant Creowell, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    isg of a razor strop, which bore his name. In the last- in mentioned yvar lie bought the yainnat Tiptree Heath, con- tho sisting of about 1l30acres of. inferior laud, and forthwith Jder begau isis faruniug experiarients by deep draining Subscribers-only content

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    previous hearings they were sworn to inquire into the death of Elizabeth Stride. The man who was arrested at Tiptree Heath on sus- picion of being cuncerued in the Whitechapel murders, was able to give a satisfactory explanation of his Subscribers-only content

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    resolved on remedybig thein.-I am, Sir, your obedient servant, 1. J. AMncnc. 4, Leadenhall-street, London, M31arch 15th, 1844. P.S.-As Tiptree Heath is notorious for poor land, and as the Essex farmers, generally, are extrmiely scep- tical as'to these improvemeits answvering, Subscribers-only content

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    we hope will continue to be attended to. IMPROVEMENTS IT FARMING-Nearly a hundred practical agriculturists met last week at Tiptree Heath, to inspect a tarm which its proprietor, bIr..Mechi, has been zealously endeavouring to improve. Speaking of this ga- thering, Subscribers-only content

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