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1856-01-26, National Police Gazette (6), pl_012052016_1640_09506_540.pdf
Added details about marriage include that Lent and his brother "attended to the details of the exhibition."

Auction, 1853.pdf
Lent to hold auction at 80 Leonard Street. Included will be "the fixtures of a barroom and oyster saloon."

1849-04-18, Lent vs. Hatfield.pdf
Yet another stage in the conflict between Lent and the Hatfields. In this one, Lent sues Elias Hatfield over the contents of a store on Broadway. (column 6)

1848-12-14, Perjury, T. Lent.pdf
Lent accused of offering note in the name of Theodore Hatfield to pay for a watch. He also used the name James Lentell when he signed the note over to the Christian Pfieffer. (column 6)

1848-10-11, New York Herald (4), Embezzlement.pdf
Lent arrested for embezzling $100 from employer, Theodore Hatfield. Lent had been Hatfield's clerk but was discharged. He continued to collect money from Hatfield's client after being terminated.

Fraud and Brother (5), 1853.pdf
Follow up to story about Lent leasing to Juratreke reveals that she used the house as a brothel. D. Henry Haight, the owner of the property, gave affidavit that Lent did not have the right to rent the property. (column 5)

Rented to Brothel, 1853.pdf
Lent rented property to Sarah Burke who used it as a house of prostitution. The neighbors complained.

Fraud, 1853.pdf
Lent arrested on complaint from Bertha Juratreke who rented 74 Mercer Street from Lent. She said he rented the property to her for 2 years--however D. H. Haight was the actual owner of the property and Lent did not have his authority to rent it.

Auction (4), Mercer St 1853.pdf
Sale of furniture in house on Mercer Street (column 4)

Auction Furniture (1a), 1852.pdf
Auction at 495 Broadway. List of furniture to be sold.
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