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"JACOB ROSENZWEIG, the abortionist doctor, charged with the homicide of the unfortunate MISS BOWLSBY, of Paterson, N.J., was yesterday brought before Judge CARDOZO, of the Supreme Court, on a motion to admit him to bail. . . . "
The New York Times 1871-09-08
More evidence proving the identity of ALICE BOWLSBY, and establishing the guilt of the monster ROSENZWEIG, was discovered yesterday. Sergt. ROONEY, in searching the house of ROSENZWEIG, at No. 687 Second-avenue, found a false bosom, such as is used by women. Taking it, with other female wearing apparel, to the servant girl Jane Johnson, now at Bellevue Hospital, he asked Jane if it belonged to her. Jane said that it did not . . . . "
The New York Times 1871-09-03
"... She was a young girl whose life had apparently never been darkened, and upon whom the breath of suspicion had never fallen. Moving in respectable society, and having relatives in the highest circles, she was everywhere received as an ornament and a delight. . . ."
The New York Times 1871-09-01
The New York Times 1871-08-30
The New York Times 1871-08-29