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2 Cases of Stealing Money at Brompton 1860
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2012, 03:08:28 »
Kentish Gazette - Tuesday 23 October 1860

WEST KENT QUARTER SESSIONS.
These sessions commenced on Thursday last, before Gathorne Hardy, Esq., M.P. (chairman). The following magistrates were also on the bench: —Viscount Sydney (Lord-Lieutenane), the Earl of Romney, Sir Percival Hart Dyke, Bart., Colonel Sir Thomas Maryon Wilson, Bart., Admiral Jones-Marsham, Captain John Cheere, R.N., Colonel Cator, Colonel Fletcher, Rev. J. J. Marsham, C. G. Whittaker, Esq., J. G. Talbot, Esq., J. Whatman, Esq., W. Moore, Esq., J. 'Espirasse, Esq., E. Burton, Esq., D. Scratton, Esq., and Captain Robinson.

TRIAL OF PRISONERS.
FRIDAY. — (Before Gathorne Hardy, Esq., Chairman, the Earl of Romney, Sir P. H. Dyke, Bart., Sir Thomas Maryon Wilson, Bart., Admiral Jones-Marsham, Colonel Fletcher, W. Moore, Esq., and J. G. Talbot, Esq.)
STEALING FROM A COMRADE AT BROMPTON. — Joseph Adams, a soldier, was found guilty of stealing £2 11s. 4d., at Brompton Barracks, the moneys of William Dawling, a soldier of the same regiment. — Six months' hard labour.

STEALING MONEY AT BROMPTON. - Dennis Leary, a soldier, was found guilty of stealing £3 10s., the money of James Share, at Brompton. The prosecutor was a sergeant of the 35th Regiment. — Six months' hard labour.
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