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Morning Chronicle

Morning Chronicle (Newspaper) August 31, 1855, London, Middlesex the MCUNING chronicle. friday. august 31. for SrOllTlNG INTELLIGENCE. egham races. 11 ge Three quarter of a mile. Mr. Freckle. 3 yr . 6,t 4 b.’Joe Rog^r^) 1 Mr. T. SteTens’s SwalclifTe. 2 yrn. Barnard’s Tobolski, 5 jt. lot 71b (Huphe.) ; Mr. 7rt 71b (Wke6eld) ; Mr. Prenter’H Duke of Lai(tr. 4 yr. 7st 7Ib (Ashmkll) ; Mr. Woolcot’8 Browu Broody. 4 yrs. 7gt 41b (J. Won by . leoglh ; half . of 15 so. each. and allowances. \2 oahs. Mr sX vTby Melbour e^Seaweed. 8,t ^ ,A. Day) 1 Lord Anglesey’ f by The Fiying DulcbmaQ Merope, Sat (J. Won by a length and a half; game distance between the second and third. The Runnytnede SUke (Handicap) of 10 sovb each, h ft, and only 3 if declared, with 50 added. Extra weight fur certain winners. The second to Bare his sUke. One mile, 17 subs, 8 of whom declared. Mr. F. FiBher’a New Brighton, 6 yn., 8st 51b.^riu^hes) 1 D. Land s Bordeaui, aged, 8! 51b .(L d. jun.) 2 . Rowland’s Matilda, 3 yrs, 6t 91b.(J. Foster) . Patteson’8 Joshua. 3 yrs. Sst lib.(Wells) Hewitt’s Postulant, 5 yrs, 8t 91b.(A. Day) , Prenter’s Duke of UncMier, 4 yr , 7st 111b (Abdale) Betting : 7 to 4 est New Brighton to 1 agst Bordeaux. Won in a canter Mr. :r. Nr. Mr. Mr. 4 6 6 7 to 2 agst Joahna, 5 by a length. Two lengthB between the second and third. Bad fourth. The Surrey and Middlesex Stakes of (20 rovb each, h fl, and only 5 if declared, with 50 added. Extra weight for certain winners. Two miles and a distance. 27 subs, 20 of whom declared, Mr. E. R. Clark’s Mr. Walker’s Winkfild. 4 yrs, Sst 71b. (J. Mann) 3 Bettint! : Even on Winkfield, 6 to 4 ag Fulbeck. Mr. Great dissatisfaction was created, for it was quite evident that Mr. Sykes could hae woB easily. Mr, Clark f,Uted, in explanation, that Mr. Sykes had started only to make ranaing for Ful beck, but the breaking of a stirrup leather preected his jockey from carrying bia orders into effect. Winkfield was beaten off. Deciding Heat. BHling : 4 tol on Mr. Sykes, who won hard held by a length. Wells rode Mr. Sykes for this heat. The Railway Stakes ot 5 sots each, with 25 added, for two yr old and upwards. Optional selling weights. Three quarters of mile. 7 subs. Mr. B. Land’s Englemere. 8 yrs (60). 7it 151b (Land, jun.) 1 Mr. T. Sterens’s Bwalcliffe, 2 yrs (60), 64.(Prior) 2 Mr. Lowther’s Piccaninny, 2 yrs (60), 5t lllb (Joe Rogers) S Mr. Mellish’s Gossip, 5 yrs (60). 8st ISlb .(Well) 0 Mr. Andrews’s Punchbox, 4 yr. (60). 8st 131b.(T. Clay) 0 Mr, Parker’s Who are You, 2yrs (60) 58t lllb (Hibberd) 0 Mr, Saxon’s Pretty Girl, 2 yrs (60), 5st 81b.(Fordharo) 0 Mr. Clifford’s Vine, 2 yrs (60), 6h lllb .(Cresswell) 0 Wen by half a length. A neck between the second and third. Vine and Gossip were the n pandora jewellery ext two. The winner was bought in for 70. BBTTINO 05 THE COURSB. ST. LEO EE. 100 to 45 agst Rifleman (taken) 7 to 2 ” Lord of the Islet.(Uken) 4 to 1 ” Oulston (taken) 12 to 1 ” Capucine (taken) 40 to 1 ” Saucebox (taken) CE3AREWITCH. M^i Elvaston (25 to 1 taken freely) ” Mr. Sykes (taken) Robgill (Uken) The Earl (Ukea) Scythian (Uken) Epaminondas (Uken) St. Clare (taken) DERBY. 1 (at Bucolic (taken to 100) This Day (Fbiday). The first race will b at two o’clock. 20 to 25 to 1 1000 to 30 40 to 1 60 to 1 60 to 1 1000 to 16 45 to DERBY RACKS. WkDSESDAT. “The Sudbury Stakes (handicap) of 6 ots each, with 30 added ; the second to sare his sUke. About three quarters of a mile. 8 subs. CapUin Christi’ Rofing Betsy, 3 yrs, 78t .(Ashmail) 1 Mr, Pickering’s Cigarette, S yrs, 7t 21b.(Bearpark) 2 Mr. 8mwell’s Useless. 3 yrs, 7st .(Charlton) 3 Lord Chesterfield’s Payaway. 3 y r, 7st 121b.(Flatman) 4 Mr. Robinson’s b f by John o’ Gauut “Mangosteen, 3 yrs, 6stl2lb.(Quinton) 6 Mr. Robinson’s Grief, aged, 78t 12lb.(Denraai.) C Betting : 6 to 4 agst Fayaway, 4 to 1 agst Cigarette, 6 to 1 Ruving BeUy. Won by a neok, two length between the second and third, and a neck between the third and fourth. The seoond to save his sUke. One mile and a half. 19 subs. 6 of whom declared. Mr. T. Parr’s Saucebox, 8 yn, Tst lllb.(Wells) 1 Mr. J. Osborne’s Oamelad, 4 yr, 7st 61b .(Bearpark) 2 Mr. Taylor’s Knight Errant, 6 yrs, 6st 121b.(Ashraall) 3 Mr. Warrington’s Kiteflyer, 6 yrs, 8it .(W. White) 4 Mr, Pliito’i Whalebone, 5 yrs, 7st 81b .(Charlton) 5 Mr. E. P.4rr’s Kidnapper, 4 jn, 78t .((uinton) 6 Belting : 7 to 4 agt Saucebox, to 1 agst Kiteflyer, 4 to 1 agst Kidnapper, 5 to 1 agt Knigbt Errant. Won on the post by a bead ; the second beating the third three lengibe ; Kiteflyer was well up with Knigbt Brrant. The Selling StakM of 30 soTB, added to a iweepsUkes of 5 aoTs each, for three yr olds and upwards. Optional selling weights. One mile. 6 auba. Mr. Fiaden’s Merry Monk, 4 yn (20), 7tt 91b (Kendall) 0 1 Mr. Rogers’s Alma, 6 yrs (20), 7t 131b .(Denman) 0 2 Mr. Blakeway’s Harriott, 6 yn (20), 78t 131b (Ashmail) 3 Mr. T, Taylor f by Chanticleer “Ostrogoth’s dam, 8 yrs (75). 8st 41b .(Flatman) 4 Betting : 5 to 4 agat Merry Monk, 7 to 4 agst Harriott, 5 tol agst Alma. A rery fine race in, ended in dead beat with Merry Monk and Alma, Good third. Decidiug Heat. “Betting : 3 to 1 on Merry Monk, who won olererly by a length. The Chesterfield Plate of 50 sQn, added to a sweepsUkes of 10 Novs each, b ft, for two yr olds ; coltA, 71b ; fillies and geldings. 8t 81b. Certain penalties and allowances. The second to save bia sUke. About balf a mile. 16 tub. Mr. Halford’ Leamington, 8st lOlb.(Wells) 1 Mr, E. Taylor’ f by Slane “Ostrogoth’s dam, 8n (Ashmail) 3 The following also ran : “Lord Wilton’s f by Birdcatcber “Sacrifice, 8t 61b (Flatman) ; Mr. Penning’ Flyaway, Sst 8lb iCharlVon) ; Mr. Copeland’s St. Dunstan, 86t 101b (Knott). BeUing : 6 to 4 agat Stork. 2 to 1 agst Flyaway, 8 to 1 0Mb agst Bacrifioe filly and Leamington. Leamington went away with a lead of four c r five lengths, and won easily by a length and a half ; a neck between the eond and third Flyaway was fourth, and Sacrifice filly fifth. The start excited much disaatisf Hion. The Innkeepers’ Plate of 60 et; three yr olds, 7t 81b four, 8^t 91b : fire, S>9t 41b ; six and agd, 9t9lb. Certain penalties Md allowanoet. Two nilea. Mr. Nicholaoo’s Bereaina. 3 yrs. 8st.(Flatman) Mr. Kickard’s Miss Hatch, 8 jrs, 7l 8lb .(Araott) Mr. Blakeway’s Harriott, 6 yn, 9t 61b.(Ashmail) Mr. Armstrong’s f by John o’ a lady named Anderson, residing at 42. Upper Gower street. for delivery. , . Mr. Hll : Where is Mrs. Anderson? It is i. paid the prisouer the amount with winch absconded. “A 1″ urchin, whoe head hoarcely reche upon being takeu into oistody threw the dBintieH way. Mr, Buckland atated that he wh coiiliniial’v lieing robbed in the manner deKcribcd. The boys tmed the shop and immediately it wa empty they dried in, and made off with the timt thing they could lay hold o’. In pandora jewellery answerto Mr. Hall, the lioy said he did not know how old he was, nor anytbing about it. He might he Ktveii, eight, or nine year old for what he knew. Mr. Hall Raid he ehould not (tend hirn to prw.^., until he had an opporinnity ot eeing hi father. The prisoner was then remanden. The Lascar nuisasee. “Retvy .^amnue, Lt car,who has been long in the habit of begi;in hu shn km^’the po. lice, was brought before the Lord Mayor. I hare known him to be the king of a gang of Lascar beggars, who lire upon the appearance of great misery in London, and the prisoner is in the constant habit of watching the police, and giving notice of their approach to his fellows. The Lord Mayor: Defendant, do you come from Madras ? “Prisoner : I do, but I don’t understand one word you any [laughter]. Mr. Goodman said that in all probability it wa not generally known amongst those most particularly interested, that a new act, by which native of India who were an incumbrance and an offence from the inveterate habit of meodicancy which distinguished them in this countiy, had just come into operation, and as the present was the first case produced since the passing of this act perhaps the public notics tak pandora jewellery en of it by the chief magistrate would be serviceable. ” 2. The presidency or district or part of the territories of tbe East India Company of which he professes to be a native. ” 8. The name of the ship in which he was brought to the United Kingdom. ” 4, The port or place abroad from which such ship sailed, and the port or place in the United Kingdom at wLich such ship arrived, when he was so brought to the United Kingdom, and tbe time of snch arrival. Several women and children, of both sexes, were brought up, charged with having caused great public inconvenience, by obstructing tbe passage through the mott crowded street by offering fruit, lacifers, ka., for sale. Inspector Mitchell stated to his lordship that tbe practice of selling in the streets had grown into aa eBormous public evil, and that the police could not possibly repress it without the aid of the magistracy, as all who were in the habit of walking in the City must constantly observe. It was in vain that the persons accused received reprimands apon being complained aninst. Tbey returned to tbe same occupation, in tbe same loealities, and laughed at the officers immediately after their discbarge. The Lord Mayor said ho was aware the evil was a growing one, and, however be might regret the obligatiua to mterfere with the industrious pursuits of those who were brought before him upon the complaints of his fellow citizens. he should certainly punish, with iraprisonniext or fine, any future violators of tbe law, to prevent obstruction3 in the public streets. His Lordship then fined all the defendants who had been on former occasions brought before hira upon similar charges, and requested that Mr. Mitchell would give especial directions to the ferce to prevent aa much as possible the future violation of the act. of laat year site was reaiding with her friends, in Rose Villas, Peckham, when the prisoner took op hi reaidence aa a lodger in the boue, and after a short actjoaintaoce be made htr a i formal offer ot marriage. he accepted his propKi^al. and they were married at St. Mary’ Ctiarch. Hagserstone, a few months afierwards. The prisoner, under these circumstance, urged upou the witness the necessity (or their imiuediae separation, and she accordingly left the house, and placed herself under the protection of ber parents. WilhajB Ballard, parish clerk at St, John’s, Hoxton, stated that he was present at a marriage which was selemnifed on the 5th of Februarv, 1S43, ai that church, between the prisoner and Clara E;uma Collett, and of which he was a subscribing wiiutss. Hayward, the warrant officer, stated that on taking him into custody upon the charges, the prisoner assured him that he had contracu d the last marriage under the firm conviction that his wife had perished at se upou her voyge to Australia in a vessel which had been totally wrecked, but on receiving her letter, informing him that she was still living, be lost no time in communicating the fact to his second wife, who fully acquiited him from all criminal culpability, and voluntarily engaged that sbe would never be a party to his pro^eciilioti for bigamy. Tue Result of Kebpino Bad Compast. “^icard S etl was brought l^rfor. Mr. Bingham for re examination, churned ith siealiiig one yard of silk and fve yards of doeskin, the property of tus master. Mr. W. 8neii>g deposed that he was a woollen draper at No. 16, Covtntrytree. The prisoner was his porter, and left hiiB on the llih inst. On the 21st inst., having missed several articks, he left word at the prisoner’s lodgitigs for him to call on him, which he did the next morning, when he gave him into custody. The piece of silk produced wan his property, and worto about 10s., and part of what he had missed. The two pieces of doetkin produced were also his property. Ai’er the prisoner was iu custody, witness went to the station, und saw him, when he said he hoped he (prosecutor) would out be too hard with him, and that if he would di=cliart;e tiiin he would teil hira all about it. Pii soner thea confe^sed that he had pawned the goods, that he had got iexgued with a hsd girl and bad company, and that he had lett him that he iiiignt gel away from them. Williani Gregory, istant to Mr. Kirk ham, pawnbroker, No. 318, Strand, produc>;d a piece of silk and a piece of doeskin, ple’iiind on the 18th inst.,in the name of Davies. He knew tbe prisoner by iiis frequenting his shop. Auscomh. 63 F, sii i he took the prisoner into eustody, and on the ay to tlic station house he (prisoner) asked hiin how he thought he should get on, and on his replying thut he did not know, he expressed his regret that he had admitted to the prosecutor that iie had pawned the articles. ComtHilted for trial. MARYLEUONE Yesterday. Long) with the following outrageous assaults upon John Hodgsou. ATter remonstrating with them with respect to their improper behaviour, he quitted the house ; and while making his way quietly towards home he was overtaken by the defeiidaiits, both of hum attacked him, and knocked him down. Ball also kicked him on the eye while he was lying upon the ground. Matthew Baker corroborated complainant’s statement in almost every particular. Defendants were both drunk, complainant was sober. Defendants, on being asked what tbey had say, replied that it was a regular squabble, and that they were all fighting together. They had no witnesses to call on their behalf. Mr. Long fined each of them 40s., or, in default of payment, a DJonth’s iniprisoaineiit. Assaolt upon a WiFB. “T/i(,m,as StonehiU, a respectably attired man, was charged with having’ violently assaulted Mary Ann Stonehill, his wife. Tbe parties reside in Spring street, Marylebone. Tbe evidence went to show that ou the same naorning defendant came home, and, without any provocation, gave complainant a severe blow upon the face wi’h his fist, having previously flourished over her head a poker, with which he threatened to strike her. Upon many other occasions be had ill used her, and once stabbed her in tbe cheek ; for that offence he was taken to Marlborough street, but he fcrgave him. Committed fora month, with hard labour. lieved her daochter waa in trouble. Ber baaband com mitted suicide aboot four months ago, and since then ber ‘ mind baa been wandering. Mr. Mr, Combe said she had made a most determined attempt to destroy herself, and bad not the constable seen her she migiit have aocceeded. Her very appearance denoted ti>at she was a drunkard, therefore he should remand her to gaol for a week that she might have an opportunity of reflectiog on the enormity of the offence i he contemplated. She would also be seen by the medical geailemaa of Uie prisea and tbe chaplain. Alleged Robbsby. “rftom Sullivan, a repulsive looking man described as a waterside labourer, and Jotepk Dailty, a tall theatrical looking young man, who stated himself to be an ^uestrian employed at Cremorne gardens, were charged with stealing a bae containing twenty two sovereigus, and a watch and chain from the person of Charles Mason, the master of a Yorkshire billyboy, in tbe Yorkshire Gray public house. Borough market. The latter was altacbed to a chain round his neck. He fell asleep, I and on being roused up he not only mii>tied his money, but his Watch and chain. The prisoners were detained in the room and given into custody. Samuel Richardson, a railway porter, said he left the station shorily before five o’clock, and went into The Yorkshire Gray public house, to partake of refreshment. The prisoners were thaie, silting near the prosecutor, aud he saw Sullivan try the right hand pocket while he was asleep. He afterwards look the watch from him and put it in his own pocket, when witness interfered and went and informed I the landlord what bad taken place. He then returned to the room, and told the prisoners that they should not leave until a constable was sent for. Shortly afterward the officer came in, and they were given into custody. Sullivan then took the watch from bis pocket, and handed it to the prosecutor, saying that he tcave it to him to lake care of. Police constable 82 M said that Sullivan told him the prosecutor was his brother io law, but the latter denied it. Toe prosecutor was very druok. Mr. Combe Where was your money 7 “Prosecutor : In a leather bag, and I deposited it in a sttall pocket inside niy waistcoat, Mr. Combe : Do you recellect when you last saw it safe? ” Prosecutor: About five o’clock in the afternoon ; but 1 felt it afterwards. Mr. Combe : How long before you went to sleep do you recollect having it “Prosecutor : That I don’t know ; but I am positive I had it when I etitered the public house. Dailey : I am quite unacquainted with Sullivan or the prosecutor. When I saw the former take tbe watch from him I asked him what he was about, when be said the prosecutor was his brother, and he was takine care of hi3 pro(erty. Mr. Combe : What are you ? “Dailey : I am au equestrian, and I am employed in the spectacle at Cremorne Garden. Mr. Combe : Where do you live ? “Dailey : In Drury Iane, sir. Mr. Combe: Then what brought you into the Borough market ? “Dailey : I was too late to go home, and 1 thoupht I should like a walk about London until seven or ei ht o’clock. I accordingly got in the Borough market, and went into the publichouse to partake of half a pint of beer, where I saw the prosecutor asleep with Sullivan alongside of him. Shortly afterwards I saw him take his watch and chain. Mr. Combe asked Sullivan what he had to say for having the watch in his possession ? “He replied that he had be n drinking all night with the prosecutor, who told him to look after him and take care of his watch. Mr. Combe : Perhaps yoa took care of his money then ? ” Sul ivan : I never saw any of the;money he speaks of. Prosecutor declared that what,’the prisoner Sullivan had stated was false. Mr. Comba told him he had aciteu very foolishly, getting drunk with so much money aboui him. He was in thuts’ate that he could tell nothing about M, so that he might have lost it before he went into the public house. He supposed they were all searched ? The constable replied in the affirmative, but no money was found on thera. The room was, hIso, strictly searched. Mr, Combe said there was no evidence to imi hcate Dailey ; therefore he must be discharged, but he hoped it would be a caution to him not to come over to the Borough market instead of Drury lane. As for Sullivan, the watch was tound in his possession, therefore he should ientence him to the House of Correction for two months, with hard labour. 5 to 3 to 7 H GUILDHALL “Ykstbrdat. Attemptbd Fbaud. “tfeorye Freeman and Jama Lau> rtnct were placed at tbe bar, before Alderman Finnis, ohari^ed with aalawfully having soma bay in their possession. Jaoob Ramsey, City police constable, 313, said that be saw tbe prisoners witb a horse and cart leaving Vulcan wharf, Upper Thames street, last Wednesday evening, and he asked tbem wbat tbey were going to do witb it, when Freeman said that he had just brought a load from Essex, Constable then asked him wbat waa in the bags, be said there were four more trusses than bis proper number, and they pandora jewellery were his perquisites. Constable, not satisfied with this account, took bim to the station. Henry Scudder said be waa a City carman, and that a quantity of hay was sent to him by Mr. Wood, and that be was six trusses short. Alderman Finnis said that no doubt this system of robbery bad been going ou for some time, and he hoped that this cane would be made publio. His worship then fined both 5 for illegal posseMion, or two months’ bard labour. Diabolicai, OvtKAQi, “Alfred Cox was brought up on remand, charged witb maliciously throwing a handful of lime into th