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The Two Republics
Mexico

9 May 1895

GREAT BRITAIN

London, May 8.
An evening paper prints a column article alleged to be based upon the police inquiries and suggesting that an ex-soldier named Grainger, a native of Cork, is the real Jack the Ripper. Grainger is now serving a ten years term of penal servitude for stabbing a woman in the Whitechapel district last March.


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       Press Reports: Atlanta Constitution - 8 May 1895 
       Press Reports: El Siglo XIX - 9 May 1895 
       Press Reports: Hawaiian Gazette - 8 March 1895 
       Press Reports: Port Philip Herald - 12 February 1895 
       Press Reports: Times [London] - 28 March 1895 
       Ripper Media: Jack the Ripper: A Suspect Guide - William Grant Grainger 
       Ripper Media: Recollections of Forty Years