Police report on Annie Kenney and others leading a demonstration, 9 June 1906 (Catalogue ref: MEPO2/1016)
Copy from Refused Charge Book at Cannon Row Station
|No.||Date and hour brought to Station.||Name and No. of Constable.||Names and address of Complainant.||Name and address of person accused.||Nature of charge or complaint||Signature of Officer on duty.||Reason why the charge was refused or the accused liberate at the Police Station|
|S.D. Insp. Laughlin.||S.D. Insp. Laughlin.||Irene Fenwick Miller,
15 Newport House, Gt. Newport Street, W.C. Spinster (P.C.103A).
Annie Kenny [sic], 45 Park Walk, Chelsea. Spinster. (P.C.81AR).
Mrs Flora Drummond, 45 Park Walk, Chelsea, Married. (P.C.78AR).
|(All) Disorderly conduct at Downing Street, further being guilty of conduct likely to provoke a breach of the peace. Further, wilfully knocking at the door of No 10 without lawful excuse.||C. Emerick, Insp.||At the request of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman, Prime Minister, per Mr. Ponsonby, Private Secretary, the charge was not proceeded with and they were allowed to go at 11.35. a.m.|