Summons requiring Osborne to appear before the Court of Petty Sessions, Oxford

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A summons requiring Osborne to appear before the Court of Petty Sessions, Oxford due to having unlawfully disturbed the inhabitants of 26 and 34 St Michael’s Street by ringing doorbells, dated 1 March 1904. There is a handwritten note by Francis P. Osborne on the back of the summons stating that the summons was a result of a 'merry escapade one night on my way back after a "celebration" in college to my digs in New Inn Hall St.' and stating that Osborne had to pay a fine, but suffered no further 'untoward consequences'.