Saving Grace – Prelude to a Poisoning

Victorian Dinner

Easter 1876. Charles Petrie sat down to dinner with his wife Grace and Grace’s lady‘s companion, Mrs Jennet Quinn. Charles dined on whiting, roast lamb, eggs and anchovies, washed down with four glasses of burgundy. Two hours later, he was gripped with the symptoms of acute antimony poisoning. Did the food or the burgundy contain the antimony?

Victorian Stairs

Charles Petrie was in the habit of drinking water from a jug at bedtime. Here, Florrie Williams, the maid, climbs the stairs to Charles’ bedroom, carrying the water jug…and the fatal dose of antimony?

Victorian Bedroom

Charles Petrie’s bedroom. Charles and his wife, Grace, were sleeping apart because Grace had suffered two miscarriages within the space of three months. Did this strain on their relationship have any bearing on the poisoning of Charles Petrie?

Victorian Bed

Easter, 1876, Charles Petrie lay in bed tended by his wife, Grace, and Grace’s lady’s companion, Mrs Jennet Quinn. Over three days, six doctors were called and they concluded that Charles had swallowed poison. How? Who poisoned Charles Petrie?

Victorian Inquest Room Cox

The inquest room at the Seabank Hotel, crowded with legal personnel, advocates, reporters, spectators and witnesses all keen to learn the answer to one question: who poisoned Charles Petrie?

 

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