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  1. ANNIE HAMMOND, Theft > pocketpicking; MARY ANN GREEN, Theft > pocketpicking; SARAH VALENTINE, Theft > pocketpicking, 26th April 1880.

    364. ANNIE HAMMOND alias HAMILTON (23), MARY ANN GREEN (24), and SARAH VALENTINE (27) , Stealing a watch of John Steel from his person. MR. HURRELL Prosecuted; MR. THORNE COLE appeared for Hammond, and MR. GEOGHEGAN for Green. JOHN STEEL . I am a draper, a...
  2. ARTHUR RICH, Deception > fraud, 26th April 1880.

    396. ARTHUR RICH, alias Charles Devere , Unlawfully obtaining money by false pretences. MESSRS. POLAND and M. WILLIAMS Prosecuted. CHARLES BIRCH REYNARDSON . I am lieutenant Colonel 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards—on the 12th March I was in command of...
  3. TIMOTHY COTTER, Breaking Peace > wounding, 26th April 1880.

    379. TIMOTHY COTTER (29) alias CHARLES PERKINS , Feloniously cutting and wounding Emma Perkins, with intent to murder her. MR. STEWART WHITE Prosecuted; MR. PURCELL Defended. THOMAS NEWLAND (Police Inspector K). On Sunday morning, 21st March, about 3.10, I...
  4. JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft, 24th May 1880.

    448. JOHN HATCH, alias LAWRENCE GILBERT (48), to stealing, while employed in the Post Office, a letter containing two cheques, also to detaining three post letters, also to secreting while employed in the Post Office 2,034 letters, the property of Her Maje...
  5. JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft, 24th May 1880.

    448. JOHN HATCH, alias LAWRENCE GILBERT (48), to stealing, while employed in the Post Office, a letter containing two cheques, also to detaining three post letters, also to secreting while employed in the Post Office 2,034 letters, the property of Her Maje...
  6. DANIEL DYSON NOBLE, Deception > forgery; JAMES MAXWELL, Deception > forgery, 24th May 1880.

    500. DANIEL DYSON NOBLE (43) and JAMES MAXWELL alias MILLER (45) , Feloniously forging and uttering a cheque for 500l., with intent to defraud. MAXWELL PLEADED GUILTY . MESSRS. POLAN. and H. D. GREEN. Prosecuted; MESSRS. BESLE. and FULTO. defended Noble. C...
  7. JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft, 24th May 1880.

    448. JOHN HATCH, alias LAWRENCE GILBERT (48), to stealing, while employed in the Post Office, a letter containing two cheques, also to detaining three post letters, also to secreting while employed in the Post Office 2,034 letters, the property of Her Maje...
  8. WILLIAM BUTCHER, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; JOHN SMITH, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; MARY ANN COOKE, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 3rd August 1880.

    423. WILLIAM BUTCHER (27), JOHN SMITH (43), and MARY ANN COOKE (37) , Unlawfully endeavouring to bribe Squire White, a police officer. MR. POLAND Prosecuted; MR. BESLEY appeared for Butcher; MR. MONTAGU WILLIAMS for Smith; and MR. WARNER SLEIGH and MR. FUL...
  9. GEORGE SINNETT, Theft > burglary; WILLIAM MOGOWAN, Theft > burglary, 3rd August 1880.

    421. GEORGE SINNETT (20) and WILLIAM MOGOWAN,(24) alias WEBB , Burglary in the dwelling house of Richard Webb, and stealing two coats, one pair of trousers, and other articles, his property. MR. KEITH FRITH Prosecuted. HENRY TOWNSHEND (Policeman 311 X). Ab...
  10. ROBERT COLLIER, Deception > fraud, 3rd August 1880.

    502. ROBERT COLLIER (36) , Unlawfully conspiring with others to obtain money by false pretences from Robert Jones and others. MESSRS. POLAND and MEAD Prosecuted; MR. GRAIN Defended. JAMES GRAHAM CHURCHER . I am a hatter and occupy premises at 1 and 2, Fish...

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