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  1. JOHN SHERWOOD, Deception > fraud, 14th January 1830.

    488. JOHN SHERWOOD alias SMITH , was indicted for obtaining goods, value 12l. 2s., by false pretences ; to which he pleaded GUILTY . Transported for Seven Years .
  2. ELIZABETH McNAMARA, Theft > housebreaking; PATRICK McNAMARA, Theft > housebreaking, 14th January 1830.

    Third Middlesex Jury Before Mr. Justice James Parke. 245. PATRICK McNAMARA and ELIZABETH(HIS WIFE ) were indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Sarah de Macedoe Silva , on the 23rd of December , at St. Dunstan, Stebonheath, al...
  3. CAROLINE LUCY, Theft > pocketpicking, 18th February 1830.

    545. CAROLINE LUCY , alias JOHNSON , was indicted for stealing, on the 12th of February , 1 half crown, 1 shilling, and 2 sixpences, the monies of Michael Devereaux , from his person . MICHAEL DEVEREAUX. I am a ballast heaver . On the 12th of February I wa...
  4. WILLIAM JONES, Theft > animal theft, 18th February 1830.

    Second Middlesex Jury Before Mr. Justice Bayley. 502. WILLIAM JONES , alias GRAY , was indicted for stealing, on the 14th of February , at Harefield, 1 mare, price 10l. , the property of John Piper Pearson . JOHN PIPER PEARSON . I am a farmer , and live at...
  5. JOHN GAEELTIG, Theft > housebreaking, 15th April 1830.

    Second Middlesex Jury. Before Mr. Justice Park. 680. JOHN GAEELTIG was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Peter Newgart , on the 18th of February , at St. Mary, Malfellon, alias Whitechapel, and stealing therein 1 drawer, ...
  6. GEORGE ROBINSON, Theft > theft from a specified place; GEORGE BROWN, Theft > theft from a specified place, 15th April 1830.

    744. GEORGE ROBINSON and GEORGE BROWN alias WILLIAM BURRELL were indicted for stealing, on the 31st of March , 2 coats, value 5l.; 6 waistcoats, value 3l.; 1 jacket, value 1l., and 1 pair of trousers, value 1l., the goods of Archibald Morris , then being i...
  7. EDWARD CULLAMORE, Theft > animal theft, 15th April 1830.

    Before Mr. Justice Gaselee. 690. EDWARD CULLAMORE was indicted for stealing, on the 9th of April , at St. Mary Matfellon, alias Whitechapel, 1 gelding, price 3l. , the property of Robert Rake . ROBERT RAKE. I am a farmer , and live at Plaistow. The prisone...
  8. THOMAS JUXX, Theft > housebreaking; JAMES PLUMMER, Theft > housebreaking, 15th April 1830.

    First Middlesex Jury. Before Mr. Sergeant Arabin. 681. THOMAS JUXX and JAMES PLUMMER were indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Mary Carpenter , on the 8th of February , at Ealing alias Zealing, and stealing therein, 3 coats,...
  9. CHARLES CLIFT, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 8th July 1830.

    First Middlesex Jury. Before Mr. Sergeant Arabin. 1259. CHARLES CLIFT , alias CAMPBELL , was indicted for that he, at the Delivery of the King's Gaol of Newgate, holden for the County of Middlesex, at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey, in the suburbs of the ...
  10. JAMES RIDDLE, Theft > theft from a specified place; JOHN LUCAS, Theft > theft from a specified place; THOMAS LATTIMORE, Theft > receiving, 8th July 1830.

    1353. JAMES RIDDLE and JOHN LUCAS were indicted for stealing, on the 1st of June , 18 spoons, value 50s.; 1 clock, value 7l.; 1 opera glass, value 50s.; 1 teapot, value 10s., and 1 tea pot spout, value 3s., the goods of the Earl of Roseberry ; 1 gown, valu...

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