Jack the Ripper

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Jack the Ripper

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(Biography) an unidentified murderer who killed at least seven prostitutes in London's East End between August and November 1888
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Noun1.Jack the Ripper - an unidentified English murderer in the 19th century
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Sergeant Ada Wilson (now known as acting Inspector Wilson), is looking after the shop.
Ada Wilson, of Aigburth, writes: "How nice it was to see the men and women from the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment arriving back home safely.
Ada Wilson (whose 1959-60 correspondence with the writer has frequently been drawn upon in this chronicle) was herself in her mid-seventies when she wrote; her memory too, as well as her impartiality, might justly be questioned.