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Old December 4th, 2010, 11:38 AM   #1
Howard Brown
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Default *** Eli Caunter's Retirement 1898***

Almost everyone knows that Inspector F.G.Abberline recieved 83 awards during his career as a detective.

How many knew ( I didn't ) that Detective Sgt. of H Division, Eli Caunter had no fewer than 80 himself ?

Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper Sunday, September 4, 1898

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