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  • **Pre-1888 Murder Victims In Lisbon ?**

    Maybe there was some validity to the claims of E. K. Larkins....that even he wasn't aware of.

    Lichfield Mercury
    July 7, 1893
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    Or perhaps he had read about the murders in Lisbon and that is why he was suggesting that the killer could have been a sailor on board the Portuguese cattle boats?
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      CG:
      I thought about that myself....but all throughout his series of communications with the Met, he didn't mention that at all....referring, instead, to the peasant Portuguese attacking retreating (there's that word again...retreat... when referring to the French military) French soldiers in the Peninsular Wars.

      I have a link to a Portuguese newspaper site with 19th century newspapers...unfortunately, neither Nina or I can read the language..

      http://hemerotecadigital.cm-lisboa.pt/
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        Hi How

        Just had my Portuguese-speaking wife have a quick look at the website and as far as she can tell their archive service has been, at least temporarily, suspended.

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          Paul:
          Thanks for saving me, Nina, and maybe someone else time.
          Maybe there's another way in, so to speak.
          Please thank Mrs. C.
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