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  1. HARRIET MILES, Royal Offences > coining offences, 30th January 1860.

    235. HARRIET MILES, alias MARSH , was again indicted for feloniously uttering counterfeit coin; to which she PLEADED GUILTY .— Confined Twelve Months.
  2. HARRIET MILES, Royal Offences > coining offences; ELLEN TAVERNER, Royal Offences > coining offences; JAMES CHAMBERLAIN, Royal Offences > coining offences, 30th January 1860.

    234. HARRIET MILES, alias MARSH , (22), ELLEN TAVERNER (21), and JAMES CHAMBERLAIN (27), were indicted for a like offence; to which MILES— PLEADED GUILTY TAVERNER— PLEADED GUILTY .— Confined Six Months. CHAMBERLAIN— PLEADED GUILTY ....
  3. JAMES CARPENTER, Deception > forgery, 27th February 1860.

    283. JAMES CARPENTER, alias Ingram , (21) , Feloniously forging and uttering an order for the payment of 120l., with intent to defraud. MESSRS. GIFFARD and MATTHEWS conducted the Prosecution. WALTER EDGAR HODGSON . I am a cashier in the Bank of EnglandR...
  4. JAMES BROWN, Theft > stealing from master, 27th February 1860.

    251. JAMES BROWN, alias John James (26) , Stealing 15 ounces of copper, value 2s., the property of Edmund Pontifex, his master; to which he PLEADED GUILTY .— Confined Nine Months.
  5. JOHN RICHARDSON, Theft > housebreaking; THOMAS BURROWS, Theft > housebreaking, 2nd April 1860.

    370. JOHN RICHARDSON (23), and THOMAS BURROWS (50) , Feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of John Weeks, and stealing therein, 1 desk and 2 table covers, his goods—Second Count, Feloniously receiving the same. MR. SHAPE conducted the ...
  6. ANN WILLIAMS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 2nd April 1860.

    329. ANN WILLIAMS alias RUSSELL (47), Feloniously uttering a counterfeit shilling to John Keck, after a previous conviction. MESSRS ELLIS and LEWIS conducted the Prosecution. THOMAS JONES (Policeman, G 165). I produce a certificate—(Read: Central Cri...
  7. ELIZA DE WELZENSTEIN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; MADELINE JOURDAN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; EDWARD DE WELZENSTEIN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; HERMAN FREICKE, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 7th May 1860.

    397. ELIZA DE WELZENSTEIN, MADELINE JOURDAN, EDWARD DE WELZENSTEIN , and HERMAN FREICKE were indicted for a conspiracy. MR. HUDDLESTON, Q.C. and MESSRS. SLNIGH and POLAND conducted the Prosecution. JOSEPH STOHWASSER . I am a tailor, of Conduit street, and ...
  8. ANN DELANEY, Royal Offences > coining offences, 7th May 1860.

    477. ANN DELANEY alias McDONALD (34) , Feloniously uttering counterfeit coin. MR. COOKE conducted the Prosecution. EDWARD GRAY (Police sergeant, K 20). I produce a certificate of conviction (Read: Central Criminal Court, May, 1859. Ann Delaney convicted of...
  9. GEORGE WILLIAMS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 7th May 1860.

    436. GEORGE WILLIAMS, alias Thomas Davis (49) , Feloniously having counterfeit coin in his possession. MR. COOKE conducted the Prosecution. LAWRENCE RYAN (Policeman, A 333). I produce a certificate of conviction—(Read: "Central Criminal Court, Januar...
  10. HENRY HOWARD, Royal Offences > coining offences, 11th June 1860.

    507. HENRY HOWARD, alias GEORGE CORBEY (29), was indicted for feloniously uttering counterfeit coin. PLEADED GUILTY .— Four Years' Penal Servitude.

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