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Newspaper cuttings relating to the trial for murder of Kate Dover at Leeds Assizes, from The Sheffield Daily Telegraph, 1882.
The trial of Kate Dover of February , before Justice Lewis Cave, was a major event at the criminal court in Leeds Town Hall, Leeds, West Yorkshire, was attended by many people, and attracted much newspaper publicity. It followed the death of Kate Dover's year-old employer and lover Thomas Skinner from arsenic poisoning.  Known as the Queen of Heeley for her fashionable. The trial of Mary Fitzpatrick of November , before Justice Henry Hawkins, was an English murder and robbery case at the York Winter Assizes at York Castle, which drew much attention in contemporary followed the death of year-old glass blower James Richardson, who was last seen alive in the company of rag sorter Mary Fitzpatrick,  a and was next seen dead in the. Leeds Town Hall is a 19th century municipal building on The Headrow (formerly Park Lane), Leeds, West Yorkshire, d to include law courts, a council chamber, offices, a public hall, and a suite of ceremonial rooms, it was built between and to a design by the architect Cuthbert the building of the Civic Hall in , some of these functions were relocated. Court proceedings, police activity, probate, bankruptcy, sport – even missing people. Old newspapers are a real treasure trove exposing every aspect of life.
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