Interior Of Rogers Bank,
Interior of Roger's Bank, Clement's-Lane, 1844. Customers at '...the banking-house of Messrs. Rogers, Olding, and Co., No. 29, on the east side of Clement's-lane [in the City of London]', which had been the scene of a robbery. A clerk, named Burgess, and his accomplice Elder, stole £8,000. Burgess fled to America, but two of the bank's officers, John and Daniel Forrester, were instrumental in Burgess's arrest. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol V. Artist Unknown. (Photo by The Print Collector/Heritage Images via Getty Images)
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01 January, 1844
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