THOMAS SALMON, MARY SMITH, GEORGE SCARBOROUGH, SAMUEL LONGMAN, ELIZABETH SMITH, JOSEPH HINDS, SOPHIA WOODBURY, THOMAS DYKES, DANIEL COX, GEORGE FANN, WILLIAM WOODHEAD, WILLIAM BROWN, WILLIAM HERBERT, HENRY CONNOLLY, JOHN AMBROOK, CHARLES ROSS, MARY ROBINSON, HENRY UPSTON, THOMAS MARR, WILLIAM WOODBURY, THOMAS GRAVES, RICHARD ELLARD, SAMUEL HASLER, ELIZABETH BROWN, ELIZABETH CLOUSLEY, JOHN PEARSON, JAMES RICHARDSON, JOHN SMALL, WILLIAM BULT, JOHN WILKS, WILLIAM YOUNG, WILLIAM BROOKS.
12th April 1820
Reference Numbert18200412-86
VerdictsGuilty > pleaded guilty; Not Guilty
SentencesTransportation

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FIFTEENTH DAY *, FRIDAY, APRIL 28.

* The Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, Twelfth, Thirteenth and Fourteenth Days were occupied on the State Trials.

436. THOMAS SALMON , MARY SMITH , GEORGE SCARBOROUGH , SAMUEL LONGMAN , ELIZABETH SMITH , JOSEPH HINDS , SOPHIA WOODBURY , THOMAS DYKES , DANIEL COX , GEORGE FANN , WILLIAM WOODHEAD , WILLIAM BROWN , WILLIAM HERBERT , HENRY CONNOLLY , JOHN AMBROOK , CHARLES ROSS , MARY ROBINSON , HENRY UPSTON , THOMAS MARR , WILLIAM WOODBURY , THOMAS GRAVES , RICHARD ELLARD , SAMUEL HASLER , ELIZABETH BROWN , ELIZABETH CLOUSLEY , JOHN PEARSON , JAMES RICHARDSON , JOHN SMALL , WILLIAM BULT , JOHN WILKS , WILLIAM YOUNG , and WILLIAM BROOKS were severally and separately indicted for feloniously having in their custody and possession forged Bank of England notes, they well knowing them to have been forged and counterfeited .

To which indictments the prisoners severally and separately pleaded GUILTY .

Transported for Fourteen Years .

Before Mr. Common Sergeant.

437. The same prisoners were again indicted for disposing of and putting away, forged Bank of England notes, they well knowing them to have been forged and counterfeited .

MR. REYNOLDS on the part of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England declined offering any evidence.

NOT GUILTY .

Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Common Sergeant.


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