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A Smart Rural Policeman

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A Smart Rural Policeman

Post by Karen on Fri 19 Apr 2013 - 20:17


At the time of the "Jack the Ripper" scare the writer was conversing in a Sussex village near Brighton with a knot of the natives, which included the local policeman, and the then all-absorbing topic was uppermost. The man of the law delivered himself
with all the gravity and pompousness becoming to his position, and in full Sussex vernacular, thus: "Well, I be darned! They can't ketch him!" This seemed to him almost incredible, and worthy his most supreme contempt. "They want me there. D'ye think I dunno
when there be a stranger in the place?"

Source: Evening Express, 10 July 1896, Page 4

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