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BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.

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BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT. Wednesday, January 17th, 1872. Before Thomas Jones, Esq., (mayor.) WILFUL DAMAGE. John Doggerty, shoemaker, was summoned for breaking two panes of glass, the property of Mrs Jane Hughes, Moor Lane. The defendant did not appear, and was represented by Mr Edgar Atwood. Complainant stated that last Sunday night, about 12 o'clock, the defendant knocked at her door. She opened the door, and defendant said that unless she would let. him in he would break every door and window in tbe place. She refused to admit him, and then he broke two panes of glass, each worth about Is. The defendant was drunk Cross-examined The defendant came to look for a yotftig woman who is lodging in complainant's house, and he said he would nut leave until he had seen her. She had no grudge against the defendant, and only wanted quietness. Mr Atwood, after a short address on behalf of the defendant, called Eliza Smith, who stated that she was lodging with the complainant, and that on Sunday night the defendant came and asked for her, saying that he would not leave until be had seen her. No panes of glass were broken that night. The Mayor held the case to be proved, and ordered that the defendant should pay fur the damage, and, enter into his own recognizance of 51. to be of good behaviour for six months.

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