History and Information on Tenbury Wells in the County of Worcestershire.

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Some history of Tenbury Wells

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Tenbury Wells Pubs

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Related Newspaper Articles

"On Tuesday, a prostitute named Mary Ann James, alias "Comfort," apprehended on the preceding Saturday evening by Sergeant Merrefield, was brought up charged with stealing £1.10s., the property of John Hopkins, a navvie. The parties met near the Swan Hotel, and prisoner inquired if prosecutor "would do drain:" Hopkins replied in the affirmative, and they adjourned to the Swan and partook of sundry glasses of rum, prosecutor becoming almost insensibly drunk; both however continued to walk as far the Church Alley, where James was seen with her hands in Hopkins's pocket. Subsequently she gave up 10s. 6d., stating that to be all she had taken; prisoner, however, also admitted, when apprehended, that she had taken the money, but intended returning it. Committed for trial at the next Worcester sessions. Prisoner was convicted, some six or eight months since, of stealing a quantity of goods from a young chilld belonging to the town, and sentenced to three months' imprisonment."
"Stealing Money"
Hereford Times : October 11th 1862 Page 3

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