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No 29 Ratcliff Highway, Stepney, London
No 29 Ratcliff Highway, Stepney, London, 1811. The building was the residence and shop of a Mr Marr, a mercer, who was murdered there, together with his wife, infant child and an apprentice, on 7 December 1811. Below the view is the weapon used in the murders, a maul.
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- City of London / Heritage Images