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15th May 1834
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SESSIONS' PAPER.

THE RIGHT HONOURABLE CHARLES FAREBROTHER , MAYOR, FIFTH SESSION HELD AT JUSTICE HALL, IN THE OLD BAILEY, On THURSDAY, THE 15th DAY OF MAY, 1834, AND FOLLOWING DAYS.

TAKEN IN SHORT-HAND,(BY AUTHORITY OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON,) BY HENRY BUCKLER .

London: PRINTED BY WILLIAM TYLER , IVY LANE, AND PUBLISHED AT G. HEBERT'S LIBRARY, No. 88, CHEAPSIDE.

1834.

THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS On the King's Commission of the Peace, OYER AND TERMINER, AND GAOL DELIVERY FOR THE CITY OF LONDON, AND GAOL DELIVERY FOR THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX

Before the Right Honourable CHARLES FAREBROTHER , LORD MAYOR of the City of London; Sir Joseph Littledale , Knt., one of the Justices of His Majesty's Court of King's Bench; Sir John Vaughan , Knt., one of the Justices of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas; Sir William Bolland , Knt., one of the Barons of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer; George Scholey , Esq.; John Atkins , Esq.; Anthony Brown , Esq.; Sir Peter Laurie , Knt., Aldermen of the City of London; The Honourable Charles Ewan Law , Recorder of the said City; Henry Winchester , Esq.; William Taylor Copeland , Esq.; and Sir Chapman Marshall , Knt., Aldermen of the said City; John Mirehouse , Esq., Common Sergeant of the said City; and William St. Julien Arabin , Sergeant at Law; His Majesty's Justices of Oyer and Terminer of the City of London, and Justices of the Gaol Delivery of Newgate, holden for the said City and County of Middlesex.

LONDON JURIES.

First.

Law. Thompson

William Staines

Joseph Wilson

Samuel Pickering

James Wilks

James Minnikin

Walter Little

Charles Quin

John Corfield

William Knight

James Kirkby

William Burnside

Second.

Thomas Ginger

John Shepherd

Richard Ed. Dear

John Willoughby

William Watts

Rickman M. Moore

Thos. Malby , jun.

John Hedges

Charles Shaw

Henry Minter

Leonard Hill

William Sadler

Third.

William Gardner

George Webb

John Duthoit

John Burdett

George Peachy

John Thorpe

Thomas Pearson

James Nicholson

Thomas Breakwell

Joseph G. Chard

Richard Barker

Edward Dunn

MIDDLESEX JURIES.

First.

Thomas Devere

Henry Dorson

William Dean

William Debenham

Charles Allen

Samuel Adams

Robert Arthur

Joseph Allcock

James Absell

Edward Arnold

William Ayton

William Alabaster

Second.

Will. Mich. Alcett

George Addy

James Arnold

George Ashton

Joseph Ainsworth

William Bailey

Caleb H. Brooks

Edward Brown

John Bull

Edward Biass

Henry Bunn

George Bennett

Third.

Adam Bridegroom

Chas. W. Burrows

Thomas Brand

James Bean

Fred. W. Bark

Jabez Balch

William Bennett

Samuel Bennett

Wm. Bartholomew

James Boston

Thomas Cowderoy

D. Newton Crouch

Fourth.

Peter Crumb

Richard Chitty

Wm. Clapperton

James Chatfield

Thomas Cross

James Cooper

George Cross

John Chapman

John Churchill

Edward Curtis

Francis Chambers

James Creswick

Fifth.

Edmund Cross

Richard Chaffer

John Clarke

Sam. Chamberlain

George Charlton

Charles Carter

William Dacon

James Davey

George Dalmaine

William Duardine

John Dodd

Isaac Davis

SESSIONS HOUSE, OLD BAILEY, MAY 15, 1834.

FAREBROTHER, MAYOR. - FIFTH SESSION.

* A star placed against the verdict denotes that the prisoner has been previously in custody.


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