Wednesday, before H. Hooper, Esq., W. Kendall, Esq., and J. Sheppard, Esq.
Wm. Stanley, travelling hawker, was fined 10s, and expenses for causing an obstruction in the street, by allowing his waggon to remain outside the Devonport Inn three hours, and 10s. plus expenses for riotous conduct on Tuesday afternoon.
Fanny Stanley, his wife, was fined 2s. 6d. and expenses for riotous conduct and attempting to rescue her husband from the custody of the police.
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Exeter & Plymouth Gazette - Friday, 9th September 1864
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