Two young men last week made a raid on Goodacre's grapes. What they could not eat they carried away or destroyed,

[...] The Regan murder, of which the details are given in another column, is still the all-absorbing topic.

[...] Constable Everett is just the man for Lucan. The first case was a "drunk and disorderly," the second, Hogan on the charge of poisoning his step-father Regan. [...]

Source: Unknown, "Lucan," London Advertiser, September 13, 1877.

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