Lloyds Weekly London Newspaper

(August 9, 1885)

During the past month Mrs. Armstrong, the mother of the missing girl, Eliza Armstrong, has been many times before the magistrate of the Marylebone police-court, to urge upon him the necessity of further and sterner action in the matter. The poor woman has devoted nearly all her time to the search, and night and day she says she is grieving over the sad fate which she has heard has befallen her unfortunate child.


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