8th February 1892
Reference Numbert18920208-300
VerdictsNot Guilty > fault; Not Guilty > no evidence

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300. FORREST LYCETT , Embezzling £1 1s. 10d., £1 18s. 3d., and £7 10s., the moneys of Henry Aubrey Faber, his master.

MR. BODKIN Prosecuted; MESSRS C. F. GILL and CARRINGTON Defended. During the progress of the case the JURY intimated that they had agreed upon their verdict, and the COMMON SERJEANT concurring in the view that it could not be held that the defendant was servant to the prosecutor, they returned a verdict

NOT GUILTY . There were other indictments against the prisoner for similar offences. No evidence was offered.


Before Robert Malcolm Kerr, Esq.

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