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LAUGHABLE POSITION OF THE LEICESTER-SQUARE STATUE.

LAUGHABLE POSITION OF THE LEICESTER-SQUARE STATUE.

1IAUGIIABL, P0SITION OF T'HIE LEICESTER-SQUARE STATUE. (SUB3JECT O01 IrLUSTiRATION.) For years past the dilapidated and dirty condition of Leiceoteri Euare has been a disgrace to London. Those mystelious gentlemen known as the Commissioners of the Weods and Forestsbilve not been
November 27, 1869 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ATTEMPT TO GAROTTE SUPT YOUNG

ATTEMPT TO GAROTTE SUPT YOUNG

ATTEMPTTO-,GAROTTE SUPRT, ,YONGma!
April 10, 1869 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE DUCKING-STOOL.

THE DUCKING-STOOL.

WHE DUOKING-BTOOL. As late as the year 1824 a woman WaE osnvioted of being a S common scold in the Court of Quartor Sessionsof Philadelphia Oaunty, and sentenoed ?? to be placed in a certain instrument of S correotion called a oulhing or ducking school." and plungei v three timeo
August 15, 1868 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
A CONVICT'S STORY.

A CONVICT'S STORY.

A ,CONViC Vs BX.VOU ?? appendix to thea 29th -report on.; pubtie petliffosl, jutie isenud,dhtaese ppoeare Ifthe hmlpoionof Joho Ifertons, a convict, No,, a 492, rider aentenaineeo'entonvilie. Poison,, whioh wee presentedlim the Bette by .llr. flnyrnian When~ nineteen yaoraeold,,o
July 11, 1868 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.

\CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURTo. ?? CHAIRGE OF FO1CAT' AGAINST A PRISON 'YWARDER. William John Field Marshall, a respectable-loohing willh, Was indicted for obtaining money by false preteucee, under rather peculiar circutnstances.-Ar. Puhlid and Mr. Collins conducted the prosecution; an
November 5, 1870 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ROBBERY BY A POLICEMAN AT HARROGATE.

ROBBERY BY A POLICEMAN AT HARROGATE.

At the Knaresborough Court-houae, on Monday, Benjamin Tasher, a policemen stationed at Harrogate, was charged before Mr. Collins, M.P, Mr. Harrison, Mr. Eleson, and Mr. Lockwood with committing a robbery. The prosecutor was Mit. Thomas Pattison, at present iesiding at Cleveland.
November 5, 1870 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE AT THE PENITENTIARY, MILLBANK.

ATTEMPT AT SUICIDE AT THE PENITENTIARY, MILLBANK.

November 16, 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
LAMENTABLE DEATH OF A LICENSED VICTUALLER.

LAMENTABLE DEATH OF A LICENSED VICTUALLER.

LAMENTABLE DEATH OP A LICENSED VICTUALLER. On Monday Mr. Wm. Carter, the coroner for the eastern division of the county of Surrey, held a painful Inquiry in the large assembly room of the Coescent Arms Tavern. Southamnpton-street, Camberwell, on the body of Mr. Gecrge Rich, the p
November 16, 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE FENIAN TRIALS IN MANCHESTER.

THE FENIAN TRIALS IN MANCHESTER.

THE EMNIAN TRIAL IN- MANCHESTER, . SElNTENCES.-EXCITING SENEP 3! COURT~ ytereann At the sitting of the Court on Tueay thefrdeand ithg prisoners, seven in number, were Put for apond the remainder of the evidence we gone into. case being closed for the proleouteoll) the learned jud
November 16, 1867 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England
 
THE MANCHESTER AND SALFORD TRAMWAYS.

THE MANCHESTER AND SALFORD TRAMWAYS.

THE MANCHESTER AND ALFORD TRAMWAYS. -s- , .; e - . i! L . . its- . -: w_ ; WE have briefly mdationed in andther column the opening -of these tramnwayi. We msy now further state that much 'public interest was displayed on Friday in the commencement of the first regular service of
May 26, 1877 - Illustrated Police News - London, London, England