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Colonial Cases

R v. Leslie [1881]


Supreme Court for China

Shanghai, 25 November 1881

Source: Supreme Court of China (Shanghai), Judges' Notebooks, Vol. 3 (1880-1893), The National Archives (U.K.), FO1092: 340, p 20


Regina v. John Leslie.

Charge: Assaulting one John Norquay in the Police Court Room of H.B.M.'s Supreme Court on the 14th day of October 1881.

Mr. Mayburgh for the Crown.

The Prisoner pleads guilty.

Sentence, Six Months imprisonment with hard labour, to commence at the expiry of his present sentence for [?????]

Nicholas J. Hannon.  A.C.J.

Jurors absent: R. H. Percival, G. A. Lindsay, E. H. Latty, W. Buchanan.  To be fined $25.00 each.

Nicholas. J. Hannen.  A.C.J.

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