|Content Description||Concerning the Ardlamont murder in August 1893, when Cecil Hambrough was killed by a gun shot to the head. Alfred John Monson was arrested for the murder, and the case came to trial in December 1893. |
Middleton states that opinion is divided between Monson [Alfred John Monson] being the guilty party, and Scott [Edward Scott] showing his guilt by bolting. Is sorry that he didn't hear what Wingfield Malcolm had to say on the matter. Feels sorry for Monson's mother [Hon. Caroline Isabella Monson, née Monckton, daughter of the 5th Viscount Galway] and the rest of the family.
Ga 2 E 1563/2: Envelope addressed to The Viscount Galway, Serlby Hall, Bawtry, Yorkshire. Postmarked York 10 Sep. 1893.