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CHARGE OF SHOOTING AT A ITUSRAXIK

ONE OF EI(iHTCKN ~

A GENEROUS EMPLOYER.

---.-A CAREER OF CRI ME.

-.-+-----CHARGE OF COINING.

CHARGE OF ABDUCTION.

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CHARGE OF ABDUCTION. At the Woolwich Police Court, William Fenti man (29), an engineer employed in the Royal Arsenal, was charged with knowingly and unlaw fully taking from the care of her mother and Siardian a girl under the age of 18 years.—Louise rooks, a widow, said I live at 6, Taylor Street, Woolwich, and the prisoner, a single man, has been lodging in my house. My daughter Blanche hae also lived with me. She will be 18 years of ageoc June 21 next). The prisoner has been paying hit addresses to her for tne last ten months, with mj. consent. The other day, when I Was in a back room my daughter left the house.without giving me any. warning, or leaving any note or message behinc her. The prisoner was still in the house, and 1 asked him, Where is Blanche ?" to which lit answered, She put on her hat and went out but I don't know where she has gone." I then went out to search for her, and when f returned he had gont, also. Three weeks ago we had some disagreement and I said to him, You had better go. and takt her with yoa." Of conrse, I did not mean that. By the magistrate I have told the prisoner < ha Blanche was M years of age; I did so at in v. daughter e request, and I did not undeceive him.- Prisoner: Did you not allow me to tako yow daughter to my brother's house in London t)« Christmas ?—Mrs. Brooks: I diii.-Priooeier Th* young lady left her mother's house without my cot* aivance, and when I meb her I tried to persuadn her to return but she rofused, and asked me to; take her to my brother's. I told her thab we couU not go there unexpected, but she persisted in he determination not to go back, and said she woult. go to Greenwich. I then walked with herns far a. Greenwich, where we took the tram to London am went to my brothut's house at Kiug'cross, wher she has been Well CM rod for evor since.—Mrs. Brook» a. I believe that is true, for the brother is hero to aa*- so. The prisoner brought my daughter back, "I.; I gave him into custody.— Blanche Brooks, u weft. grown an l ladylike git I, was called a* a wit ness.: and said: I shall lie 114 years of age next month, bit my mother told the prisoner that I was ly. I ,|fr not with her to do HO, hut as she said I was 1:1 told him the same. — Mr. Marfham How cam you to leave home?—Witness My mother woulc not let me go out., which I wanted to do. I walk' away by mysolf, intending to go to not I met the prisoner entirely by accident.— M Marsham You tutd made no appointment WiLo him !-No. lit. Marsham And you have been a bis brother's all tho I ittttg too in here ¡A) *a* M.—Mr. Mar<hMtt) You did wmng in leavmi four mother, but I ,Iu not thilt" there is toovit-to to support tho charge ag4in»fc Uia pi Utiier. (IV the prisoner): I dtwlwr^t! you, baoaane ifc n olaa" tltat yoa did not know tfra girl be be under Is;, aow yoa aught to atarrylver. Mitai by DavUt Brother* ft |t mm jk Mit f.r «t, tWtprtdi. m t«,e » an May, /«e i. lMft i. V v. ;• ti.rx 1.I..•

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