“Your servant is poisoned”
Source: The Project Gutenberg version of G. W. M. Reynolds’s The Mysteries of London, Volume 2, Chapter 151, “A Mysterious deed”
The Rev. Reginald Tracey has poisoned his servant, Mrs. Kenrick, who saw him with his mistress. and he tries to deflect suspicion from himself by charging the old woman with committing suicide and by making the onlookers believe Katherine was guilty.
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