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 - Ueoruc Carter, a betting man. was eharjred with...
Ueoruc Carter, a betting man. was eharjred with stealing a gold watch, value 10, from the person of Mr.i Wilson Aylesbury Stuckey. a solicitor, of Brighton. - It sppeared front tho evidence thst Mr. Stnekeywent to the Victoria station at 5 on Friday to go to lirightou, but found the gates fastened and the public excluded. The crowd then consisted principally of ladies and gentlemen, but shortly afterwards a lot of roughs began hustling and jostling, and Mr. Stuckey attempted to get out of the crowd, holding up a bag 'containing valuable papers. In so doing he exposed his watch - chain, and in a moment his watch was stolen, ne sebed the prisoner, who passed something to man similarlr dtreneetL A witness of the robbery went for a policeman, and the prisoner was taken to the station. The watch was not ;foun4 the confederate nsving effected his escape. A detective of the L Divisiou said that the prisoner had been convicted of felony and had been often in custody. He was sent for trial.

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  1. The Times,
  2. 13 May 1876, Sat,
  3. Page 13

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