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  1. WILLIAM CALEB THOMAS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 4th February 1850.

    505. WILLIAM CALEB THOMAS, alias Caleb Thomas , was indicted for uttering a forged 10l. note, with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England. MR. CLARKSON and SIR JOHN BAYLEY conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM FRY . I am a builder, ...
  2. HENRY MAYHEW, Theft > burglary; ELIZA WATSON, Theft > burglary, 4th March 1850.

    663. HENRY MAYHEW, alias Snellgrove, and ELIZA WATSON, alias Wilson, burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of John Seaker, and stealing 2 coats, 2 gowns, and other articles, value 5l. 0s. 2d.; his goods.—2nd COUNT charging Watson wit...
  3. HENRY EDGAR, Theft > burglary, 4th March 1850.

    552. HENRY EDGAR, alias Veale, burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of James Kearsley Starling, and stealing therein 66 pencil cases, 14 pen holders, and a variety of other articles, value 15l. 19s. 7d.; 15 half crowns, 83 shillings, 26 s...
  4. THOMAS ROUSE, Deception > forgery, 4th March 1850.

    521. THOMAS ROUSE, alias Sadler, feloniously forging and uttering a request for the delivery of goods, with intent to defraud Samuel Alexander Bennetfink and another: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 35.— Confined One Year.
  5. JANE KIRTLAND, Killing > manslaughter, 8th April 1850.

    769. JANE KIRTLAND, alias Cutler, feloniously killing and slaying William Kirtland. MR. W. J. PAYNE conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM KIRTLAND . I am the prisoner's son. On Saturday, 23rd March, I was at home with my mother—my father had been at hom...
  6. HENRY TIDDIMAN, Theft > extortion; JOHN BENNETT, Theft > extortion; WILLIAM LAIDLER, Theft > extortion; JOHN JONES, Theft > extortion; JOHN SULLIVAN, Theft > extortion, 8th April 1850.

    803. HENRY TIDDIMAN, JOHN BENNETT, WILLIAM LAIDLER, JOHN JONES , and JOHN SULLIVAN , feloniously threatening Samuel Wyatt, to accuse him of having committed b——y with said Henry Tiddiman, with intent to extort from him a valuable security.̵...
  7. HENRY HUTTON, Deception > forgery, 19th August 1850.

    1397. HENRY HUTTON, alias Poulton, alias Russell, feloniously uttering a forged certificate of marriage. EVAN DAVID JONES . I am a labourer of Tottenham, and have a daughter named Mary Ann Jones—she was eighteen years old on the 7th of July—I w...
  8. HENRY THOMAS TAYLOR, Theft > housebreaking; CHARLES GOSLING, Theft > housebreaking; GEORGE ADAMS, Theft > housebreaking; JAMES COSTELLO, Theft > housebreaking, 21st October 1850.

    1918. HENRY THOMAS TAYLOR, CHARLES GOSLING, GEORGE ADAMS , and JAMES COSTELLO, alias JOHN ADAMS , breaking and entering the dwelling house of George Stiff, and stealing 1 snuff box, value 40l.; 6 spoons, 11 forks, 1 cruet stand, 1 coat, and 1 waistcoat, 11...
  9. ELIJAH SCOTT, Sexual Offences > assault with sodomitical intent, 21st October 1850.

    1800. ELIJAH SCOTT, alias Eliza. Scott, assaulting Bennett James Martin, with intent to commit, &c. GUILTY of a Common Assault. Aged 20.— Judgment Respited.
  10. MARY BOWLING, Theft > stealing from master; ELLEN MAHONY, Theft > stealing from master; JOHN MARTIN, Theft > stealing from master; JAMES BOWLING, Theft > stealing from master; JAMES BOWLING, Theft > stealing from master, 25th November 1850.

    43. MARY BOWLING, ELLEN MAHONY, JOHN MARTIN , and JAMES BOWLING, alias WIGGINS , stealing 6 spoons, 2 gowns, and a variety of articles, value 15l. 2s. 7d.; the goods of James Owen Tomkins, the master of Mary Bowling; she having been before convicted: and J...

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