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La Haute Magie

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La Haute Magie

Post by Karen on Fri 3 Jun 2011 - 10:59

The Pall Mall, and other Radical papers, affect great anger at Lord Salisbury's having called Mr. Dadabhai Naoroji, who was the Liberal candidate for Holborn in 1886, a black man, and has an unusually good, for it, cartoon on the subject. But we see that the Indian sympathisers with the Parsee barrister take a more sensible course, and say that nobody cares about the Premier's indiscretion. The new series of slips and sketches in Parliament has some smart sketches in this number in, which there are a great many illustrations. "Who is the Whitechapel Demon" is an attempt to prove that the murderer is a Frenchman. It is founded on the word Juwes which was written on the wall in Mitre Square near where one of the murders was committed. This word the writer says should be read Juives. The sentence ran "The Juwes," or Juives, "are the men who will not be blamed for nothing," which was plainly the writing of an illiterate man. It then proceeds to say that the murderer had evidently a motive, and that was, the writer considers, the practice of la haute Magie, and some of the materials necessary for working magical spells are given, taken from a French work on the subject. These seem to include the portions of the body of the victims which were always cut away by the Whitechapel fiend. Further, in the practice of evocation the sacrifice of human victims was always necessary and the profanation of the Cross and other sacred emblems, was also enjoined. Lovers of the wonderful will find their appetite tickled by the article.

Source: The North China Herald and S.C. and C. Gazette, January 18, 1889, Page 61

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