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Old 09-01-2016, 04:58 AM
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Hmm....there was no 52 Whites Row.
Perhaps it was 32.
Right behind that address was 6 Dorset Street.
Opposite was 35 Dorset Street.
Just up the row was Little Paternoster.
Hi DJA,

What is your source for this?

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lol. post of the year.
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I have always thought there may have been scams going on, more so with Mary Jane Kelly as she had those extra clothes left in her room.

For instance, if one pawns things in a false name one could sell on stolen goods with no fear of comeback.

I see no reason why people would not use names known to them at some point. I expect the Pawn Broker didn't care so long as he paid under the items worth and would get a higher return on sale if they didnt come back to redeem them.

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