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  1. SAMUEL GREAVES HARVEY, Breaking Peace > assault, 7th January 1850.

    286. SAMUEL GREAVES HARVEY , unlawfully assaulting James Dodsley Tawney. MESSRS. CLARKSON and BODKIN conducted the Prosecution. JAMES DODSLEY TAWNEY . I am an attorney, I have had business in which the prisoner was concerned—I think I sued him twice ...
  2. WILLIAM BLACKBURN, Theft > simple larceny, 7th January 1850.

    289. WILLIAM BLACKBURN , stealing 1 theodolite, value 20l.; the goods of John Symons Marratt; having been before convicted: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 24.— Confined Eighteen Months.
  3. JOHN CRONIN, Theft > pocketpicking, 7th January 1850.

    294. JOHN CRONIN , stealing 1 handkerchief, value 4s.; the goods of John William Lean, from his person: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 17.— Confined Six Months.
  4. ALEXANDER LEE, Theft > embezzlement, 7th January 1850.

    288. ALEXANDER LEE , embezzling 19s. and 10s. 5d.; the moneys of James Waters, his master: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 18.— Confined Six Months.
  5. FREDERICK WILLIAM ALLEN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; GEORGE MANNING, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; ISRAEL ALEXANDER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 7th January 1850.

    285. FREDERICK WILLIAM ALLEN, GEORGE MANNING , and ISRAEL ALEXANDER were indicted for unlawfully conspiring to cause one Samuel Lazarus Lawrence to be arrested, without any reasonable cause. NOT GUILTY .
  6. HENRY WHITEHOUSE, Theft > stealing from master, 7th January 1850.

    287. HENRY WHITEHOUSE , stealing 1 coat and other articles, value 3l. 5s.; the goods of Jesse Mitchell, his master: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 18.— Confined Six Months.
  7. WILLIAM JOSEPH BLAND MATTHEWS, Theft > stealing from master, 7th January 1850.

    293. WILLIAM JOSEPH BLAND MATTHEWS , stealing 2 centres, 1 cylinder, and other articles, value 10l.; the goods of Henry Joseph Thrupp, his master: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 30.— Confined Six Months.
  8. JOHN PAUL, Theft > stealing from master, 7th January 1850.

    290. JOHN PAUL , stealing 36lbs. weight of type, value 4l.; the goods of William Bowden, his master: having been before convicted. WILLIAM BOWDEN . I am a printer, of Princes street, Red Lion square. The prisoner applied for work at my office on 6th Dec.&#...
  9. WILLIAM WOODHOUSE, Theft > stealing from master, 7th January 1850.

    292. WILLIAM WOODHOUSE , stealing 12 candles, value 6d.; the goods of Jonas Gregson, and another, his masters. CHARLES COLLINS . I am in the employ of the Railway Company. On the evening of 22nd Dec., I was on the bridge, which is part of the line at the b...
  10. THOMAS EAGLES, Theft > embezzlement, 7th January 1850.

    291. THOMAS EAGLES , embezzling 2l. 11s., 1l. 14s., 1l. 12s., and 7s.; the moneys of John Rogers, his master: to which he pleaded GUILTY. Aged 33.—Recommended to mercy by the Prosecutor. — Confined One Month.

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