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LiOSSETT. VICTIMISING LANDLADIES.—A young woman of respectable appearance, named Henrietta. Davies, 23, of no settled abode, was charged on Thursday, at Birkenhead, with having stolen a pair of boots, the property of Emily Challinor, of Union-street, on the 7th, and obtaining by false pretences a quantity of tongue, bread and butter, and tea. It appeared that prisoner went to the house of the prosecutrix and asked for lodgings. She was allowed i n to the house, and while there she stole the articles. There were two other charges of a similar character against her, the persons victimised being efderly widows in straitened circumstances.—Wm. RusseM, police court missionary, told the Bench that he had obtained homes where the defendant could go, but she had refused to do any work. She. left her home in Rossett twelve months ago, and had not returned—Inspector Pbington said there were 1,?n convictions ,:ipe !-?06 for similar offences .tga?'n??t the prisoner.—She was now com- mitted for six months, with hard labour. .—————— «

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