On the night of Saturday 30 June 1888, William Walker, a 24 year-old labourer, and Robert Hodges, a 37 year-old ‘hawker’ or street seller, had been having a drink together in the Cooper’s Arms at 16 Sun Street, Finsbury, just outside the City of London. Walker owed Hodges a shilling…
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