Nottingham Evening Post 27 June 1903
AN ECHO OF THE SOUTHWARK CASE. At Southwark Police-court, London, yesterday, Jessie Toon, 31, charwoman, Osborne-street, E-, and Mery Corby, 27, married, Staple-street, Bermondsey, were charged with being disorderly by fighting together in tho neighbourhood tho Crown public-house. Borough High-street. Toon was further charged with being drunk.—Police-conatablo Clare, 53M, gave evidence of the two women fighting.—Toon: You know I was nurse to Maud Marsh, and witness against Chapman, the poisoner. This woman (Corby) and others say I murdered Maud Marsh and got Chapman hung innocently. I never said & word last night when tbey set upon me. should have been stabbed by some Jews last week but for two men interfering. Last night was first timo I had been this aide of tbe water since the mau was hung.—Mr. Baggallay imposed penalty 10s., with the alternative of seven days' imprisonment in the case of Toon, and bound Corby over to keep peace.—As she was leaving tbo dock. Toon exclaimed, "Am I to be murdered through being a witness a case like that?"
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