Cream of Jokes: What did Weekly Irish Times readers think was funny in 1893?
In 1870, a young man went to the police with a black eye. Three days later, he was dead
Lost Letters: Certainly the men of the present day (most of them), I must admit, are very coarse and vulgar . . .
Cats reacted by pricking up their ears or moving heads
Cream of Jokes: A weekly contest for 19th century readers of The Irish Times
Police were quick to make an arrest after a gruesome killing on Charlemont St in 1900
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