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JOSEPH HORATIO BRONPNE.

JOSEPH HORATIO BRONPNE.

This fellow, who takes out a License as Hawker for the purpose of carrying on the Towzery Gang system, is the Leader in the fraudulent sale now going on at the Prince ss ' s Concert Rooms. Browne has been carryin g on his frauds for a considerable time under the assumed firms of
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
LORD COLVILLE alias .TOHN DORE.

LORD COLVILLE alias .TOHN DORE.

The name of this notorious person has been again brought before the public in the ease of a person of the name of Terry, who has been charged at the Mansion House with having, with a guilty knowledge, received some important papers which had been stolen from a room in the Saluta
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
THE REV. FREDERICK STURMER.

THE REV. FREDERICK STURMER.

Our readers will remember the case of this person—described as the Rector of Ileapham, near G - ainsborough—,-which we noticed in the Circular several weeks ago. We have lately seen another of the begging applications purporting to come from Mary Sturmer, the wife. It is in prec
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
partner's drawings—P.Cruikshank's, 2,234/.198.4d. J. Melville's, 1,133/. 68. ld. ; W. F. Street's, 1,014/. 19s. 6d.; R. Ramsey's (deceased) 1,396/. 14s.

partner's drawings—P.Cruikshank's, 2,234/.198.4d. J. Melville's, 1,133/. 68. ld. ; W. F. Street's, 1,014/. 19s. 6d.; R. Ramsey's (deceased) 1,396/. 14s.

3d. FACON, GEORGE FREDERICK, of Church-street, St. George's, Southwark, was charged at Lambeth Police Court, at the instance of a Member of the City of London Trade Protection Society, with having pawned a number of articles, being part of the furniture in Lamoran-lodge, Westow-
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
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March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
MELSON AND MOATE.

MELSON AND MOATE.

We gave last week a report of the trial and conviction of these most notorious swindlers, but we had not room to give the particulars of the exertions made by the Liverpool and Leeds Societies for the Protection of Trade with the view to their ap- prehension. We find that on the
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
GEASSICE, Charles, Iluehaam, Strathdon, Farmer, Sco. 17 Mar. and 13 April, at 12, Advocates' Hall, Aberdeen. P. 3 Sep. A.

GEASSICE, Charles, Iluehaam, Strathdon, Farmer, Sco. 17 Mar. and 13 April, at 12, Advocates' Hall, Aberdeen. P. 3 Sep. A.

Messrs. Gordon & Fraser, E. S. 3 Mar. G. 13 Mar. HIGGINS, James, Glasgow, Baker, 26 Mar. and 23 April, at 1, Albert-tavern, Glasgow. P. 14 Sep. A. Mr. John Walls, E. 13 Mar. G. 16 Mar. LITTLE, Robert, Selkirk, Joiner, &c. 19 Mar. and 9 April. County Inn, Selkirk. P. 10 Sep. A. M
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
CALIFORNIA.

CALIFORNIA.

The following advertisement recently appeared in the Times "Gold Mines, Lands, and Rivers of California Company: Capital, 200,000/. in 8,000 shares of 25/. each: Deposit, 2s. 6d. per sharo—(Pro. visionally Registered, 7 and 8 Vic. cap. no.)-- The above Company, from recent and i
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
178 CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR [MAR. 24,

178 CITY OF LONDON TRADE PROTECTION CIRCULAR [MAR. 24,

have called a witness said to have been present at the time the money was advanced. If the creditor had not received some articles as security, which had gone in some degree in liquidation of his debt, the judgment would have been more severe, but as it was, the insolvent would
March 24, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England
 
. ITALL.

. ITALL.

Hall, a Shoemaker, recently absconded from Grimsby, and is supposed to be in the neighbourhood of Brigg, Lincolnshire. He is about 6 feet in height, and of dark complexion. His present address is wanted.—Hull Report.
March 22, 1849 - City of London Trade Protection Circular - London, London, England