Felony. Lever's Row, Manchester, October 16, 1798. Whereas the warehouse belonging to Cooke and Smith, Back of No. 6, Lever's Row, Manchester, was broke open Last Night or early this Morning, And the following goods stole thereout, all in a finished state; Had been made up, but the Papers pulled off, marked at the End of each End C & S. 1 End Half-Ell Tabby Thickset, dyed Olive. 1 End Half-Ell Tabby Cord, dyed Olive. 1 End Genoa Thickset Cord, dyed Middle Drab. 1 End Half-Yard Printed Velveret. 4 Ends Narrow Double Genoa Cords, dyed Drab and Olive. 17 Ends fine Narrow Single Genoa Cords, Light and Middle Drabs. 3 Ends Constitution Cords, Middle Drab. 1 End Genoa Velveteen Cord, Drab. 9 Ends Genoa Velveteens, Drab and Olive. Whoever can give Information of the Person or Persons concerned in the above Robbery, shall, on Conviction of the Offender or Offenders, receive ten guineas Reward, by applying to Cooke and Smith.
- Cooke and Smith (Manchester, England)