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Sleights, near Whitby. She began to be suspicious that foul play bad been used to the boy she had nursed, belonging 10 Sarah Jameson, a servant with Mr. Wm. Pearson, of Egion, aud therefore she proceeded to Whitby, and communicated the reasons for her
18 April 1857 - York Herald - York, Yorkshire, England
 
WHITBY.

WHITBY.

Sleight*, near Whitby, and the began to be suspicion* tbat foul play bad been used to the boy bad nursed belonging to Sarah Jameson, servant with Mr. Wm. Pearson, of Egton, and therefore proceeded to Whitby, and communicated the reaaonafor her suspicions
18 April 1857 - Leeds Intelligencer - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
OFFENCES.

OFFENCES.

that foul play had been used to the boy she bad nursed, belonging to Sarah Jameson, a servant with Mr. Wm. Pearson, of Egton. It appears tbat the unfortunate you ng woman, Sarah Jameson, who is now 25 years of age, gave birth to an illegitimate child, about
24 April 1857 - Royal Cornwall Gazette - Truro, Cornwall, England
 
INFANTICIDE NEAR WHITBY.

INFANTICIDE NEAR WHITBY.

Sleights, near Whitby. She began to be suspicious that foul play had been used to tbe boy she had nursed belonging to Sarah Jameson, a servant with Mr. Win. Pearson, of Egton, and therefore she proceeded to Whitby aud communicated the reasons for her
18 April 1857 - Yorkshire Gazette - York, Yorkshire, England
 
POLICE INTELLIGENCE OF SATURDAY.

POLICE INTELLIGENCE OF SATURDAY.

that foul play had been used to the boy sho bad nursed, belonging to Sarah Jameson, a servant with Mr. William Pearson, of Egton. It appears that tbe unfortunate young woman, Sarah Jameson, who is now 25 years of age, gave birth to an illegitimate child,
20 April 1857 - London Evening Standard - London, London, England
 
GUILDHALL.

GUILDHALL.

foul play ;lad been used to the boy she had nursed, belonging to Sarah Jameson, a servant with Mr. William Pearson, of Egton. It appears that the unfortunate young woman, Sarah Jameson, who is now 25 years of age, gave birth to an illegitimate child,
21 April 1857 - Saint James's Chronicle - London, London, England
 
THE EXHIBITION

THE EXHIBITION

began to be suspicious that foul play had been used to the boy she had nursed, belonging to Sarah Jameson, a servant with Mr. William Pearson, of Beton. Sarah Jameson, who is 2.5 years of age, gave birth to an illegitimate child, about four years ago, and
24 April 1857 - Nottingham Journal - Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England
 
BANK HOLIDAY ROWS.

BANK HOLIDAY ROWS.

At the Borough Police Court yesterday, Sarah Jameson was suuimoued for assaulting Jane Thompson in Caatle Street and Walworth Street ou Batik Holiday afternoon.—Mr 1. Isaacs appeared for the complainant.—Mrs Thompson alleged that while
10 August 1898 - Sunderland Daily Echo and Shipping Gazette - Sunderland, Durham, England
 
CHILD MURDER NEAR GUISBOROUGH.

CHILD MURDER NEAR GUISBOROUGH.

foul play had been used to the boy she li had nursed, belonging to Sarah Jameson, a servant with I Mr. William Pearson, of Egton. It appears that the I unfortunate young woman, Sarah Jameson, who is now a 25 years of age, gave birth to an illegitimate child
25 April 1857 - The Ipswich Journal - Ipswich, Suffolk, England
 
SHOCKING CASE OF INFANTICIDE, NEAR WHITBY.

SHOCKING CASE OF INFANTICIDE, NEAR WHITBY.

Sleiglitse Ilea, rhitby. She became suspi- r ciens that foul play had been used to the boy she ietd nursed, belonging to Sarah Jameson, a servant with Mr. I Hian Pearson, of Egton, and therefore proceeded to Whitby, n and comnmnicated the reasons for her
18 April 1857 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England