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Irish Times
Dublin, Ireland
Thursday, 4 December 1888

Letters signed "Jack the Ripper" continue to be received by the Metropolitan Police, and another was received by Mr Saunders, Thames Police Court Magistrate, to-day from Wellingboro', containing idle threats.