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Law: Walsh

Thomas Walsh, of 12, Charles-street, Hatton-garden, was brought before Sir James Ingham, at the Bow-street Police Court on Tuesday, charged with treason-felony, to which the original charge of feloniously dealing with Government rifles had been altered since the first hearing of the case last weak at Clerkenwell. Evidence was given connecting the prisoner with the storage of the arms found in St. John-Street-road, with treasonable intent, and also with having used a stable for similar purposes at a previous period in Homerton. The case was ultimately remanded until Monday next.

Source: The Illustrated London News, July 1, 1882, p.14