Salisbury and Winchester Journal


Monday, 19th March 1827

Francis Proudley, who was convicted at our assizes of stealing 2 horses at Cranborne, Dorset, the property of J. Ellyett, has been left for execution, together with David Allee, convicted of burglary in the house of the late John Sayer, Esq. in this city.

A man named Reuben Stanley, who was tried as an accomplice of Proudley, but acquitted, has since been committed upon another charge of horse stealing; James Stanley, one of the tribe of Gypsies, has also been committed for a similar offence.

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  • Francis Proudley
  • James Stanley
  • Reuben Stanley