10th September 1894
Reference Numbert18940910-715
VerdictsGuilty > pleaded guilty
SentencesImprisonment > hard labour; Imprisonment > hard labour

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715. HARRY CLARKE (30), and WILLIAM PARKHURST PLEADED GUILTY to uttering forged receipts for the payment of money; also to embezzling and to conspiring to embezzle divers sums of money received for and on account of James Carus Pearson, their master. Clarke also PLEADED GUILTY to a conviction of felony in June, 1893, in the name of Henry Potter. The Prosecutor did not wish to press the case against Parkhurst, but was inclined to give him a further trial. CLARKE— Twelve Months' Hard Labour. PARKHURST— Four Months' Hard Labour.

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