Brighton Gazette

Stolen Horses

Thursday, 7th September 1826

Last week three of the Gipsey tribe were traced through here from Lymington, with three stolen horses; they were overtaken at the Sussex Pad, one that was taken, was Reuben Stanley, a cripple, stiled King of the Gipsies; the other's name was Proudley; they were brought through here on Saturday with the horses, on their way back into Hampshire.

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  • Francis Proudley
  • Reuben Stanley