The woman in white, p.47
The Woman in White, p.47Wilkie Collins
2. THE NARRATIVE OF THE DOCTOR
To the Registrar of the Sub-District in which the undermentioned deathtook place.--I hereby certify that I attended Lady Glyde, agedTwenty-One last Birthday; that I last saw her on Thursday the 25th July1850; that she died on the same day at No. 5 Forest Road, St. John'sWood, and that the cause of her death was Aneurism. Duration ofdisease not known.
(Signed) Alfred Goodricke.
Prof. Title. M.R.C.S. Eng., L.S.A. Address, 12 Croydon Gardens St. John's Wood.
3. THE NARRATIVE OF JANE GOULD
I was the person sent in by Mr. Goodricke to do what was right andneedful by the remains of a lady who had died at the house named in thecertificate which precedes this. I found the body in charge of theservant, Hester Pinhorn. I remained with it, and prepared it at theproper time for the grave. It was laid in the coffin in my presence,and I afterwards saw the coffin screwed down previous to its removal.When that had been done, and not before, I received what was due to meand left the house. I refer persons who may wish to investigate mycharacter to Mr. Goodricke. He will bear witness that I can be trustedto tell the truth.
(Signed) JANE GOULD
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