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BRETTON HALL, June 20, 1793 FISH STOLEN _________ On Saturday Night or Sunday Morning last, The SHUTTLE of a FISH-POND, In the Grounds of THOMAS RICHARD BEAUMONT, Esq; Was Broken, and a great Quantity of TENCH And TROUT taken thereout. WHOEVER will give such Information of the Offender or Offenders, as may lead to his or Their legal Conviction, shall, receive a Reward of TEN GUINEAS, By applying to the STEWARD at BRETTON HALL, Divers Trespasses having lately been committed, And much Damage done in the WOODS, PLEASURE GROUNDS, PRIVATE ROADS and DEMESNE LANDS, At Bretton aforesaid; and the GAME destroyed by Poachers and unqualified Persons within the several Manors of Bretton, High Hoyland, Netherton, Flock- Ton, Cawthorne, and Cumberworth, Notice is hereby given, That all Trespasses will in future be considered as wilful, and punished accordingly as the Law directs. Proper Persons are appointed to preserve the GAME, And Rewards will be paid on the Conviction of Offenders.
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