STUBBS, John I (Grimwade p.368)

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STUBBS, John I (Grimwade p.368)

Postby dognose » Tue Jan 10, 2017 1:13 pm

PUBLIC OFFICE, BOW STREET

Before RICHARD FORD Esq.

On Saturday William Freeman was charged with breaking a shew-glass, and stealing from theuse several gold rings, the property of John Stubbs, a silversmith in Holborn.

John Brooks deposed, that passing along Holborn on Friday night, he observed the prisoner take something from Mr. Stubb's shew-glass and run away with it; that he pursued and took him.

The prisoner was committed for re-examination.


Source: World - 4th March 1794

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