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RATHER ELEVATED. I Renry Thompson, a general dealer, of No. 11, Kirby- 1 street, Bromley, aged thirty-three, was brought before 1 Mr. Partridge, at the Thames Police-court, charged with being drunk and furiously driving a horse and cart, to the common danger of passengers in the parish of Stepney. Benjamin Buckle, a police sergeant, No. 31 K, stated that on Thursday night, at six o'clock, the prisoner's wife came to him near Stepney Old Church, and sought his protection. She was much hurt and excited, and said she had jumped out of her husband's cart, and that he was driving at a furious and reckless pace. He saw the prisoner in his cart lashing his horse in Spring-garden-place and Church. row, where children were at play, driving at fourteen or sixteen miles an hour, to the danger and terror of passengers. After going round the neighbourhood he came bank to Spring-garden-place, driving at full speed, and was about to charge the church gates, when some people stopped him close to the Shio Tavern, and he took f the prisoner into custody. The prisoner was very < drunk and riotous, and he certainly put the lives cf many persons in great peril. The prisoner said he was rather elevated the previous evenirig. Mr. Partridge You ought to know better. If you had injured any one in your reckless career, I would have committed you for trial. The Prisoner I lost my wife last night. She left me. Mr. Partridge: Yes, she jumped out of your eart at the risk of her life. The Prisoner: It is the first time, and I hope it will be the last. Mr. Partridge: I hope it will. You are fined 40?. for furious driving in the public streets The money was paid.

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