A robbery. Whereas the dwelling-house of the Rev. Charles Topping, of West Bradenham, in Norfolk, was broke into early on Thursday morning, the 11th of September, by some person or persons unknown, by cutting away three panes of glass from the back kitchen window, and entering thereby; and the said person or persons did then steal from the said back kitchen, or kitchen adjoining, a dozen of plain silver tea spoons, their handles bent backwards, a pair of silver buckles from Mr. Topping's shoes, a pair of plated spurs, eight shirts, some marked on the side gussets C.T. with ink almost washed out, others C.T. with a marking stitch, one new and fine not marked, one white handkerchief with purple border, new, marked M.D.T. with ink, one white do. with A.T. in the marking stitch, with various other articles. This, therefore is to give notice, that any person who shall give information of the said robber or robbers, so that he, she, or they, may be brought to justice and convicted of the robbery shall receive of Mr. Topping, of West Bradenham, ten guineas reward. ... [electronic resource].

Topping, Charles, 1740 or 41-1788.
Norwich : Printed by W. Chase and Co., [1783]
1 sheet ; 1/4⁰.
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Publicity -- Early works to 1800.
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Great Britain England Norwich.
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Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Dated at head: West Bradenham, Sept. 11. 1783.
Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns
Reproduction of original from Cambridge University Library.
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English Short Title Catalog, T169264.
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