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Brooklyn Daily Eagle
New York, USA
2 July 1891

Hugh McBride was arrested for being disorderly last evening. When searched an old fashioned revolver was found on him and a book which gave an alleged history of Jack the Ripper. He was sent to jail for twenty nine days for being disorderly and at the expiration of that term he will be tried for carrying a concealed weapon. He said he lived at Ozone Park.