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Through The Salford Borough Police Courts 1881. Stan Worthington. Cases extracted from Salford's three main newspapers from the year 1881 with the majority of reports coming from the Pendleton Reporter. The cases are listed in chronological order and appear as reported.
Some typical entries:
Saturday 19th February 1881 MISCELLANEOUS Moses Wilkinson, 6, Brewerton-street, Pendleton, Mechanic, drunk and disorderly in Chapel-street, Salford, fined 5s, or three days. –William Mcnunn, 26 Crowther-street, Salford, labourer, drunk in Liverpool-street, fined 5s, or three days.
Friday 1st April 1881 WIFE ASSAULT. David Butler, 6, Johnson-street, Salford, hawker, was charged with assaulting his wife,
Mary, on the 28th inst. –The case having been proved the prisoner was ordered to find one
surety in £5 and himself in £10 to keep the peace for twelve months, or in default
fourteen days’ imprisonment.