RICHARD JOHNSON BURBRIDGE, BRIANT COLEMAN, SAMUEL PALEY, MICHAEL MULLINS, BARNARD LARAGY, JOHN BLACK, EDWARD WAKELING, ALEXANDER MYERS, HENRY MARTINEER, HUGH GREEN, JAMES M'NABB, GEORGE COOK, THOMAS MITCHELL, WILLIAM JONES, WILLIAM SCOTT, THOMAS BELL, EDWARD BROWN, THOMAS HODGES, HENRY WINCHESTER, JOHN EVERET, JOSEPH GIBBERTS, HENRY HARRIS, JOHN COATES, MARY ANN SMITH, LYDIA HINES, ANN WHITE, MARY SINGLETON, JAMES ROWLAND MATTHEWS, JOHN FREDERICKSON, MATILDA WILKINSON, JOHN FROST, HENRY MILES EASTGATE, WILLIAM SEERS, HENRY STEVENS, ELIZABETH VINCENT.
11th April 1821
Reference Numbert18210411-15
VerdictsGuilty > pleaded guilty; Not Guilty
SentencesTransportation

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SECOND DAY, THURSDAY, APRIL 12.

501. RICHARD JOHNSON BURBRIDGE , BRIANT COLEMAN , SAMUEL PALEY , MICHAEL MULLINS , BARNARD LARAGY , JOHN BLACK , EDWARD WAKELING , ALEXANDER MYERS , HENRY MARTINEER , HUGH GREEN , JAMES M'NABB , GEORGE COOK , THOMAS MITCHELL , WILLIAM JONES , WILLIAM SCOTT , THOMAS BELL , EDWARD BROWN , THOMAS HODGES , HENRY WINCHESTER , JOHN EVERET , JOSEPH GIBBERTS , HENRY HARRIS , JOHN COATES , MARY ANN SMITH , LYDIA HINES , ANN WHITE , MARY SINGLETON , JAMES ROWLAND MATTHEWS , JOHN FREDERICKSON , MATILDA WILKINSON , JOHN FROST , HENRY MILES EASTGATE , WILLIAM SEERS , HENRY STEVENS , and ELIZABETH VINCENT , were severally and separately indicted for feloniously having forged Bank of England notes in their possession, knowing them to be forged .

The prisoners pleaded GUILTY .

Transported for Fourteen Years .

Before Mr. Common Sergeant.

502. The same prisoners, with the exception of J.R. Matthews, were again indicted for disposing of and putting away certain forged and counterfeit Bank notes, with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England .

MR. SERGEANT BOSANQUET, on behalf of the Governor and Company of the Bank of England, declined offering any evidence.

NOT GUILTY .

Before Mr. Common Sergeant.


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