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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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