Peter Stubley

Peter Stubley



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1888: London Murders in the...

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A Pauper's History of Engla...

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The Calendar Of Crime 365 T...

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Murder & Crime: Islington

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A House Divided: Evangelica...

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Calendar of Crime: 365 True...

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Desktop Publishing For Libr...

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Blcmp: A Guide for Libraria...

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“desire to represent to the government authorities the necessity which exists for the adoption of some measures limiting the use of revolvers, whether by heavy tax or otherwise; especially that the sale or delivery of them to persons of immature age should be restricted.’33”
Peter Stubley, 1888 London Murders in the Year of the Ripper

“A generation is growing up around us which has never been disciplined, either at home or at school,’ said the Gazette in 1888. ‘So they grow up like wild asses’ colts, and are the despair of law and order.’159”
Peter Stubley, 1888 London Murders in the Year of the Ripper

“Out in the suburbs there was fresh air, fewer shop windows to tempt the wife into extravagant spending, and less opportunity for the mother-in-law to interfere.”
Peter Stubley, 1888 London Murders in the Year of the Ripper



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