CHARLES PINKSTONE.
12th May 1862
Reference Numbert18620512-516
VerdictGuilty > pleaded guilty
SentenceImprisonment

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516. CHARLES PINKSTONE (19), was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering 2 orders for the payment of 200l. and 100l. respectively, with intent to defraud; to both which he

PLEADED GUILTY .

Roger Godson, solicitor, Steven Hugh Price, solicitor, and John Simms, solicitor, in each of whose employment the prisoner had been as clerk, deposed to his good character. Recommended to mercy by the prosecutor, believing it to be his first offence, and that he had been led astray by bad associates.

Four Years' Penal Servitude.


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