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LAWFORD'S-GATE PETTY SESSION

... near the complainant's pigstye. Ford came Iup to witness gave him a penny, and told him to go into another field to get blackberries. Witness, however, told his mother of what had occarred. He subsequently saw both men loitering about in the neigh- b1(nrhood ...

KEYNSHAM PETTY SESSION

... her reply to the questions being a I balf .articulated yes, sir. Itappeared that on Septem er 27th the girl was picking blackberries in Freeman's-lane when Gale came- up and behaved rudely: to lier; Closely questioned by the magistrates she clearly intimated ...

TEIGNMOUTH PETTY SESSIONS

... could find the aliiltl and he got it out and put it into a bag. ieC then made his wayhome, and on his way Luicked some blackberries on Ar ,Paddon s lii0d Alfred Clarke, one of Mr. Paddon's MO,1 wta taking some horses to tile farm. The ,itele dant came ...

TORQUAY ASSAULT CASE

... be dealt th with snmmerily on the reduced charge. ye Dorothy May Manley, aged eight, stated as that as they were picking blackberries near Kilmorie last Saturday they saw prisoner. ia As they passed through a wood prisoner ri, pushed her sister on the ground ...

SINGULAR DIVORCE CASE

... Groom, went along the cliff untilthey bad reached the back of the prison gardens, where Groom left his companions to gather blackberries. He had scarcely turned his back when he heard a groanand on returning found Wihe looking over the cliff and laughi at ...

WILTS ASSIZE

... that William Marebmoent earl James Love wi'rs the t' ?? iisho broke intothf hoau-ehce iusehe wasetaa'iag rcfr a riik in Blackberry Low s ail sow theit. Prisoner lied mini,' to% c tatemeets, one he marenl to Suept. BIlt, in Nvhich he ssiir he wihs askedl ...

GLOUCESTERSHIRE ASSIZE

... sohool boy namel oraymer, and tho prosecutor a M lston boy, was to the effect that he anld trwee other boys were looking for blackberries at . the Black Bock when the prisoner and several other boys sail that they Isnew where- some blackherries were, and Lawrence ...

GLAMORGANSHIRE ASSIZE TIME SHOOTING CASE AT CARDIFF

... 25th September, The prosecutrix, a precocious girl, deposed that on the day in question, she and a companion were picking blackberries in a field in the outskirts of Swansea, when they met the prisoner, who, when her companion was some distance off, criminally ...

CASTLE OF EXETER

... it appeared that one day in the month of August, 1872, she went out on the Stoke-road for the purpose of picking some blackberries. Prisoner led her up into Stoke Wo ods, and assaulted har. She screamed, and a Mr. Gifford came to her, when prisoner ran ...

CASTLE OF EXETER

... defendant Row- a land.- Shobrooke and Moore admitted that they were in the v copse, bot said they weat there to pick Bome blackberries. t; More, who was op last year for a aimilar offence, the a Bench fined 20s. and, 12a. orate, or one mouth's imprison- ...

LAWFORD'S GATE POLICE COURT

... Wanebtougk and i Rbnsf) 1prosecuted on behalf fte8POA Roberb Jones, a builder, of Stapleton, stated that ho saw the man on Blackberry bill striking the animala with a stick. F. J. Tilley. a led, corroborated, and f said the man bit the horse on the head ...

LAWFORD'S GATE POLICE COURT

... Deremer Last as to ill-trealing the child, EmiF Sutton, the Sittle jirl in question, was4 then clic rd EvId sha 3'.V livi- at, Blackberry hilP .Stapleton, baving- bc.n removed there from hir bome. IHer btep motbtrl hctl bhatea her with a eitd %hen her father ...