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backstreet-pubs

Backstreet Pubs | John F. Wake

A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.

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Tommy-irons

Tommy Irons: The Friendless Man | John F. Wake

A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.

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Mary-Ann-Street

Visiting a Mary Ann Street House | John F. Wake

A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.

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junction-canal

Mysterious Drowning of Sgt. Howard | John F. Wake

A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.

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murderer-dying-words

A Murdered Man’s Dying Declaration | John F. Wake

A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.

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Dinah Pearson

Dinah Pearson: Murderer? | John F. Wake

A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.

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foreigners-knives

Knife Crime and ‘Foreigners’ | John F. Wake

A constable pulled an old man out of the canal, a regular drunk who had fallen in. He was dead. The next task, where to take him? On this occasion, the Mill Lane Dead House was not an option. He and his fellow officers had talked about it for days. The reason? Lying on a slab was the body of a man, an unknown sailor.

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