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Samuel Mossop (search for this): article 6
The Romance of Rascality. --$1,200 worth of jewelry has been taken from a gentleman's dwelling-house, in New York, in broad day, while the family were in another apartment, Soon after the robbery was made known to the police, they arrested three young men, named Joseph Schallis, Samuel Mossop, and Frank Swazey, who were remanded for a nearing at some future time. The subsequent efforts of the officers to ferret out the guilty parties and recover the stolen jewelry led to the discovery of a regularly organized band of thieves, who have their rendezvous in a small obscure room in a stable in Second street, E. D. The band consists of ten members, who are regularly enrolled and banded together for stealing.--They have a written constitution and by-laws and a set of rules, defining each man's duties and privileges, and the obligation of each toward the other. A number of well planned schemes for committing larcenies were written out. One of their favorite plans for procuring inform
Frank Swazey (search for this): article 6
The Romance of Rascality. --$1,200 worth of jewelry has been taken from a gentleman's dwelling-house, in New York, in broad day, while the family were in another apartment, Soon after the robbery was made known to the police, they arrested three young men, named Joseph Schallis, Samuel Mossop, and Frank Swazey, who were remanded for a nearing at some future time. The subsequent efforts of the officers to ferret out the guilty parties and recover the stolen jewelry led to the discovery of a regularly organized band of thieves, who have their rendezvous in a small obscure room in a stable in Second street, E. D. The band consists of ten members, who are regularly enrolled and banded together for stealing.--They have a written constitution and by-laws and a set of rules, defining each man's duties and privileges, and the obligation of each toward the other. A number of well planned schemes for committing larcenies were written out. One of their favorite plans for procuring informa
Joseph Schallis (search for this): article 6
The Romance of Rascality. --$1,200 worth of jewelry has been taken from a gentleman's dwelling-house, in New York, in broad day, while the family were in another apartment, Soon after the robbery was made known to the police, they arrested three young men, named Joseph Schallis, Samuel Mossop, and Frank Swazey, who were remanded for a nearing at some future time. The subsequent efforts of the officers to ferret out the guilty parties and recover the stolen jewelry led to the discovery of a regularly organized band of thieves, who have their rendezvous in a small obscure room in a stable in Second street, E. D. The band consists of ten members, who are regularly enrolled and banded together for stealing.--They have a written constitution and by-laws and a set of rules, defining each man's duties and privileges, and the obligation of each toward the other. A number of well planned schemes for committing larcenies were written out. One of their favorite plans for procuring inform