Advertiser, May 10, 1882


The Biddulph assault and trespass case came before Squire Peters yesterday. Jas. Carroll admitted the charge, and was fined $10 for the assault, and $2 for the trespass, which, together with costs, made the sum of $26.75.

[...] Carroll also says Keefe had a large and ferocious bull dog with him [...].

Source: Unknown, "Ryder vs. Carroll," London Advertiser, May 10, 1882. Notes: Transcription, J.J. Talman Regional Collection, University of Western Ontario Archives, Reaney Papers, Box 22 (B1308), File 1.

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