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About half-past seven o'clock yesterday morning, a horrible discovery was made in Southwark, which tallies with the late discovery at Pimlico. It appears that a lad was walking along Lambeth-road, and, passing the Blind School, which has a garden protected by railing, he noticed a curiously-shaped paper parcel lying on the grass inside the railing. The lad obtained possession of the parcel, and on opening it found it to contain the arm of a woman. It was somewhat decomposed, and had lime thrown over it. The attention of a policeman of the L division was called, and the limb was given into his charge. A bricklayer, named Jim Moore, said to be a reporter:- "At about quarter-past seven this morning I was walking along Lambeth-road, when I saw a poy pick up a parcel through the railings which surrounded the Blind School. He was opening it when I went up, and saw the arm of a young woman, which had been put in lime." The licensed shoeblack who stands at the corner of a public house facing the Blind School, said:- Seeing some people round a parcel which had been fished out of the garden, I went over. The parcel lay opened, and I saw the arm of a woman which had been cut from the body. It was decomposed, and had been laid in lime. The fingers were clutched."