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(RAIL 1015/002)

NO.376 CENTRAL POLICE OFFICE, LIVERPOOL, AUGUST 11, 1845.
FIVE POUNDS REWARD.

STOLEN,

From the Railway Station, Wapping, since 4 o'clock, p.m., on
Tuesday, the 5th inst.,

A CASE,


Weight, 3cwt. 0 qrs. 19 lbs., marked E.W.A. No.288: had also an address on paper, "Rathbone, Brothers & Co.,
Liverpool," nailed partly over the mark and number ; containing

28, 490 yards British Cotton Lace.
The above Reward will be paid to any person who shall give such information as will lead to the apprehen-
sion and conviction of the thief or thieves, and recovery of the property, or in proportion to any part thereof
on application to the Head Constable, High-street.
PAWNBROKERS, DRAPERS, SMALLWARE DEALERS and Others, are requested to detain the above
Property, or any Person or Persons who may offer the same for pledge or sale, and give information thereof at
the Office of the Head Constable, High-street, opposite the Town Hall. Should this Property be pledged
prior to the delivery of these Bills, the Pawnbroker is requested to communicate the same at this office.

BENJAMIN SMITH, PRINTER 74, SOUTH CASTLE-STREET.