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Stolen, out of the house of Mr. John Poole, Church-Street, Manchester, On Saturday Morning the 1st of December, 1798, By John Roscow, 4 silver table spoons, marked on the back, ril very old make. 8 Silver Tea Spoons, 4 Ditto Salt ditto, 1 Ditto Salt Shovel, 1 Ditto broke Ditto, Marked on the Back, Griffin's Head and Coronet. 1 Suit of Men's Clothes, dark claret colour, with a red inside Cape to the Coat, and Silver Binding round it-made for a Tall, but very thin Man, and not much worn. The said John Roscow is about 25 to 30 Years of age, round Face, from five Feet five Inches to five Feet seven Inches high, light-brown short Hair, had on a dark claret coloured Coat, with red Collar, Waist coat of the same colour, Leather Breeches, and Shoes tied with Ribbon; says he comes out of Cheshire, but has lived some Time at Conway, in Wales, and has a very strong Welch Accent. Whoever will bring him to the said Mr. Poole, shall on his Conviction, Receive Five Guineas Reward, Over and above all reasonable Charges [electronic resource].
- [Manchester] : J. Harrop, printer, 
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- Edinburgh ; London : William Blackwood and Sons, 1882.
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- Boulder, CO : Johnson Books, 2000.
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