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Theft of a Coat, Sittingbourne 1861
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2012, 04:16:56 »
Kentish Gazette - Tuesday 16 July 1861

Magistrates' Clerk's Office, Friday. (Before the Rev. G. B. Moore, and J. Dixon Dyke, Esq.)
John Shrimp and George Pearce were brought in the custody of Superintendent Green, charged with stealing a coat value 5s., the property of Frederick Snelling, at Sittingbourne, that morning. Prisoners were remanded until Monday next.

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