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New York Times
December 11, 1888
"Is this 'Jack the Ripper?'"

London, Dec. 10.-- In a cheap restaurant in Bermondsey, a suburb of London, to-night a man, without provocation, cut the throat of the landlord's daughter. She is not expected to recover. There are rumors that the would-be murderer is "Jack the Ripper."


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       Press Reports: Daily News - 11 December 1888 
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