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British Newspaper Archive

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Budgie Rustler

Budgie Rustler Report 31 Jan 2013 12:52

Couple of look ups if possible please....

I wonder if any one with access to the British Newspaper Archive could acquaint me with the full text of the snippets below please.

I have all other details of the Woolley`s in the 2 articles, ie;census bmd`s etc, so please dont waste time looking these up .

I`m just interested in these 2 particular Articles below.
Thanks in anticipation

Nottinghamshire Guardian Nottinghamshire, England
13 Jul 1883
William Woolley, Jan., were charged with having assaulted Eliza Woolley, at Clifton. Mr. W. H. Stevenson appeared for the complainant. It was stated that there was a quarrel over the tenancy of a certain house at Clifton Green, and that tbe defendanta knocked
Type: Article

Nottingham Evening Post Nottinghamshire, England
2 Nov 1881
farmer. Clifton, was charged with breaking three panesjof glass in a window of the house occupied by Elizabeth Woolley, at Clifton, and he was also charged with indecently assaulting the latter. Mr. Cockayne defended, and pleaded that his client was drunk
Type: Article


Amanda, Report 31 Jan 2013 19:49

I have saved them and will PM the pages to you.
I hope that's ok rather than typing it all out.

Kind regards

Budgie Rustler

Budgie Rustler Report 31 Jan 2013 20:58

I received them OK,
Thanks a million Amanda.
Really apreciated.