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The Spectator at war: Righting wrong

From ‘News of the Week’, The Spectator, 10 April 1915:

With much satisfaction we record that Mrs. Johnson, formerly of Redhill and now of Old Town, Croydon, has been awarded by the Home Office £500 compensation for eighteen months’ wrongful imprisonment. This unhappy woman was wrongly convicted in October, 1912, and July, 1913, of writing threatening letters.

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