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CLIFTON AND THE LAWRENCES.

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I THE BETTING EVIL.

THEFT OF CANNON. I

AN IMPUDENT THEFT. I

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AN IMPUDENT THEFT. I That was rather a bold thief who relieved Mr Justice Grantham of his purse, but it is not by any means the first time that a judicial personage has been robbed. Per- haps the most impudent of all such thefts was that of wnich the late Sir John Bridge was the victim. Iu the course of a case which was before him at Bow Street, the learned magistrate mentioned-as an in- stance of occasional forgetfulness—that he bad himself left his watch at home that morning. The remark was beard by a member of the motley crowd which repre- sents the public at every Metropolitan Police Court, and, hurrying off to the residence of Sir John Bridge, he stated that the magistrate had sent him for the watch. The trick succeeded, and the watch was never heard of again.

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