Elizabeth Brownrigg (1720-1767) was an 18th-century English murderer. Her victim, Mary Clifford, was one of her domestic servants, who died from cumulative injuries and associated infected wounds. As a result of witness testimony and medical evidence at her trial, Brownrigg was hanged at Tyburn.
© Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection
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The scene 'The Beauty Factory' in Plaisirs de Paris
A sketch representing the scene The Beauty Factory in Plaisirs de Paris (dinner show) at the London Casino, 1938 Date: 1938
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Caricature of Walter Webling and Alfred Watson
Caricature of Walter Webling (seated, aka Walter Clifford Weblyn, 1846-1928), owner of the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, and Alfred Edward Thomas Watson (on horseback, 1849-1922), editor and author, music and drama critic with an interest in horseracing.
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