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  1. JOHN JOSEPH SOLOMON, Deception > fraud; JOSEPH WARD, Deception > fraud, 2nd May 1870.

    422. JOHN JOSEPH SOLOMON (45), and JOSEPH WARD (42) , Unlawfully conspiring to obtain goods by false pretences. MESSRS. METCALFE and F. H. LEWIS conducted the Prosecution; MR. HARRIS defended Solomon, and MR. WOOD defended Ward. GEORGE BUTLER . I am a comm...
  2. ANNIE REEVE, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 12th December 1870.

    82. ANNIE REEVE, alias WOOD (29) , Feloniously marrying George Wood during the life of her husband, Charles Julian Reeve. MR. LEWIS conducted the Prosecution. REV. MATTHEW HOUSE PIERPOINT . I am Rector of Elworthy, near Taunton—I know the prisoner...
  3. PETER MULLINS, Deception > fraud, 12th December 1870.

    79. PETER MULLINS (30) , Unlawfully obtaining, by false pretences, 1l. 12s., from William Bleach, and 1l. 17s., from James McGuiness, with intent to defraud. MR. STRAIGHT conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAH BLEACH . I am Staff Sergeant of Pensioners, at Woo...
  4. HANNAH NEWINGTON, Killing > manslaughter, 10th July 1871.

    552. HANNAH NEWINGTON, alias FLORA DAVEY (37) , Feloniously killing and slaying Frederick Graves Moon. MESSRS. GIFFARD, Q.C., POLAND, and STRAIGHT conducted the Prosecution; and MR. SERJEANT PARRY and MR. EDWARD JAMES the Defence. CHARLES ROWE (Policeman X...
  5. WILLIAM MEALE, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; GEORGE DAY, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; WILLIAM MEALE, Breaking Peace > assault; GEORGE DAY, Breaking Peace > assault, 14th August 1871.

    594. WILLIAM MEALE (22), and GEORGE DAY (28), were indicted for that they, well knowing that one Robert Lea, alias Muller, had burglariously broken and entered the dwelling house of Henry Smith, and had stolen various articles, feloniously did receive, har...
  6. WILLIAM MEALE, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; GEORGE DAY, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; WILLIAM MEALE, Breaking Peace > assault; GEORGE DAY, Breaking Peace > assault, 14th August 1871.

    594. WILLIAM MEALE (22), and GEORGE DAY (28), were indicted for that they, well knowing that one Robert Lea, alias Muller, had burglariously broken and entered the dwelling house of Henry Smith, and had stolen various articles, feloniously did receive, har...
  7. EVA PIERLO, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 8th January 1872.

    134. EVA PIERLO alias JONES (40) , Feloniously marrying William Frederick White, her husband being alive. MR. PLATT conducted the Prosecution. MARY ANN CARTER . I live at 58, Minories—I am single—on 8th December, 1870, I was present at Aldgate ...
  8. GEORGE NEWMAN, Royal Offences > coining offences, 26th February 1872.

    229. GEORGE NEWMAN alias COPELAND (35), was indicted for feloniously having in his possession a mould impressed with a half crown. MESSRS. POLAND and SAFFORD conducted the Prosecution; and MR. STRAIGHT the Defence. HARRIET BARRETT . I am the wife of Willia...
  9. RICHARD HENRY CONWAY SEYMOUR, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 10th June 1872.

    470. RICHARD HENRY CONWAY SEYMOUR alias CAVENDISH (75) , Feloniously marrying Ann Elizabeth Pugh, his wife being alive. MESSRS. STRAIGHT and METCALFE conducted the Prosecution; and MR. LILLET the Defence. ELIZABETH EDEY . I live at Southampton—on 10t...
  10. WILLIAM LINSEY, Violent Theft > robbery; EDWARD PARKER, Violent Theft > robbery, 18th November 1872.

    2. WILLIAM LINSEY and EDWARD PARKER (alias KILBY ) were again indicted for feloniously assaulting William Henry Webb, with intent to rob him. MR. A. B. KELLY conducted the Prosecution; MR. RIBTQN defended Linsey, and MR. STRAIGHT defended Parker. WILLIAM H...

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