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THE DERBYSHIRE CHILD MURDER

... respectable man, whb was foreman at-somo ironworks in the neighbourhood. On the 20t4 4ugust the girl 1leauor Windle was out blackberrying with same 4llren, apd at half-past nine in the morning prisoner was seen trundling his barrow, and about tea-o'clock he ...

LAW AND CRIME

... re ached c bohPudaletosvn, a village five miles from D~orchester. There he was secured as he was in the act of picking blackberries in a lane. Ho was wearing the prisonr ty of shoes and Stockings, and the clothes which he. had nded stolen on the very-night ...

Published: Friday 16 September 1870
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1581 | Page: 2 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

POLICE INTELLIGENCE

... Superintendent of N'uisances, applied for an order to destroy nineteen hampers and sieves, containing l,OOOlb. of unsound blackberries, which had been seized on the premises of Wnm. Paley, fruiterer, Kirkgate Market. The order was granted. Tins REGUL.LTIONS ...

YORKSHIRE ASSIZES

... constable shortly after the lad's death the only food found consisted of three small cakes of bread, a few crusts, some hard blackberries and peas. ?? up ia a cupboard. The eldest child used to go out hawking and the youngest to school, the lad in the meantime ...

NISI PRIUS COURT, TUESDAY, July 12

... who had promised her marriage. On Thnrsday evening, after fac- tory hours, she was proceeding with a companion to gather blackberries in the town's plantation, when they encoun- tered the sister of her sweetheart, who abruptly told them that her brother ...

HULL POLICE COURT

... gamekeepers to Sir Thomas Beckett, at Meanwood, near Leeds, has met his death by a fall while seizing a man foed. piekidng blackberries,-and wvho ref'sed to leave -the wood. The fall brougbt on eoncessioik of the brain, ,which resulted in death. The jiury ...

Published: Friday 07 November 1856
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3972 | Page: 6 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

Police

... put 10s. into the poor box ofth Court. o h DismiessaNo CAsrE-Williama Watberough, aged seventeen, was charged by William Blackberry, aged seventeen, with having Stolen,0 aL fustian ?? prosecutor is a working and friendless boy,'( lodging at No. 00, Golden-lane ...

THE EXTENSIVE ROBBERIES AT ARMLEY

... compan~on. had narro:v escapes. The acident was caused by people celuer- itnz over treacherous, jagged clif sides in search of black-berries. c HUNSLET RURAL DI1STRICT MCUNCIL -This air body met vasterdave, Mr. J. Farrer (Ceulton and Woodlas- set ford) presiding ...

Police

... put l~s. into the poor box of the Court. Disrau~gsiNc CASax-Williamk Watbarough, aged seventeen, was charged by William Blackberry, aged seventeen, with having stolen a fustian ?? prosecutor is a working and friendless boy, lodging at No. 50, Golden-lane ...

THE ALTON MURDER

... again and said if we would go into Mr. Chaleraft's field he would pick some berries for us. We all went, and he picked some blackberries. He then told me and Lizzio Adams to go home, and he took Fanny up in his arms and carried her up the Hollow. I went away ...

[ill] CASE

... Mir. Charleswortlm, of Bike-end, t mny wife's father, had sent for a Air. Harrison. He is a wvizard. They are not like blackberries. [Laughter.] I am. not a wizard myself. [Laughter.] I have said 1 was afraid mny father was in the seine way as I was. ...

LAW, POLICE, AND CRIME

... knew Miss Grifflith would have to 'go ack aliab the by road ; so he went down among the bushes, atel- pretended to be blackberrying. 'When the' girl ceine' along he had provided himself with a club aboult thr'e& feet long and an inch thick. As she passed ...

Published: Friday 14 September 1860
Newspaper: Hull Packet
County: Yorkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7334 | Page: 3 | Tags: Crime and Punishment