History and Information on Old Hill in the County of Staffordshire.

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Some history of Old Hill

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Related Newspaper Articles

"Samuel Willets, alias "Lawyer," a well-known attendant at the Petty Sessions, was charged with being drunk in the highway. Police Constable Sylvester said that on the 29th ult. he found defendant in Halesowen Street, Old Hill, drunk, and causing a great disturbance. Defendant [addressing Mr. Hingley] : I wasn't drunk. They 'ont fill me no drink in Old Hill; and them as I lives with, they 'a none in the house. I've joined the pledge. Mr. Hingley : "You have been here before eighteen times." Defendant : Well, I'm sure I've never had a spot of drink. They allus shown me in the lock-up if I has any drink." Inspector Price said he believed defendant had signed the pledge. Mr. Hingley asked defendant if he would keep it, and on his replying that he would, he fined him 1s. and costs only; payment not to be enforced for a month. Thomas Bryan was also charged with being drunk at Old Hill, on the 3rd inst. Police Constable Sylvester proved the offence, and a fine of 5s. and costs was inflicted."
"Drunkenness"
County Advertiser & Herald for Staffordshire and Worcestershire : December 9th 1876 Page 3

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