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  1. WILLIAM STYRING, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th January 1890.

    131. WILLIAM STYRING, alias GALLOWAY (20), PLEADED GUILTY ** to breaking and entering the counting house of Edward Lindsay Pembroke, and stealing six boxes of cigars, a dress suit, and other articles, after a conviction of felony in July, 1888.— Seve...
  2. THOMAS SMITH ASHWIN, Deception > bankrupcy, 3rd February 1890.

    198. THOMAS SMITH ASHWIN (60) , Unlawfully, after being adjudged a bankrupt, failing to discover to his trustee all his property. MR. FORREST FULTON and MR. DENNIS Prosecuted, and MR. CHARLES MATHEWS Defended. CHARLES L'ENFANT . I am an officer of the Bank...
  3. WILLIAM SCOREY, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JAMES FRASER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JAMES RICHARD GURLING, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; FRANCIS BROWN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; MARY TURTON, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; WILLIAM GRANT, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; GEORGE WILLIAM PARK, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; SAMUEL LEWIS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; THOMAS MAKEHAM, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; MARTIN FARRELL, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 24th March 1890.

    331. WILLIAM SCOREY (51), JAMES FRASER (32), JAMES RICHARD GURLING (33), FRANCIS BROWN (55), MARY TURTON (39), WILLIAM GRANT (44), GEORGE WILLIAM PARK (35), SAMUEL LEWIS (45), THOMAS MAKEHAM (61), and MARTIN FARRELL (42), were indicted (in Sixty nine Count...
  4. RICHARD POPPIN, Deception > forgery, 24th March 1890.

    330. RICHARD POPPIN (34) , Forging and uttering a bill of exchange for ?300, with intent to defraud. MR. H. AVORY Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. JOSEPH NEWPORT . I keep the Queen's Arms, Penton Street, Pentonville, and have an account at the Londo...
  5. WILLIAM OLIVER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 23rd June 1890.

    496. WILLIAM OLIVER, alias THE MARQUIS DE LEUVILLE , Conspiring with William Cronin and others to wreck the performance of a play called The Gold Craze, and to injure John Henry Barnes, in his profession as an actor. Mr. COCK, Q. C., appeared for the prose...
  6. EUGENIE ROULLIER, Sexual Offences > keeping a brothel, 24th November 1890.

    84. EUGENIE ROULLIER, alias M. E. FLORENT (26) , Unlawfully attempting to procure Nellie Maud Baskett, aged 19, to have unlawful carnal connection with one Wilson outside the Queen's dominions. Other Counts, for attempting to procure her to have connection...
  7. ALFRED BRAITHWAITE EMMANUEL, Theft > extortion, 24th November 1890.

    48. ALFRED BRAITHWAITE EMMANUEL (40) , Threatening to publish a libel upon William Henry Colman, with intent to extort money. MRSSRS. BODKIN and TRAVERS HUMPHREYS Prosecuted, and MR. GRAIN Defended. WILLIAM HENRY COLMAN . I am a sharebroker and dealer at 1...
  8. JEWELL BEAUMONT, Theft > pocketpicking, 9th February 1891.

    246. JEWELL BEAUMONT, alias GEORGE ALLEN , was again indicted (See page 399) for stealing a watch from the person of William Frederick Adams. MR. BROMBY Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. WILLIAM FREDERICK ADAMS . I live at Peckham—on 31st Augus...
  9. ELLEN WHEELER, Damage to Property > arson, 9th February 1891.

    223. ELLEN WHEELER, alias INGRAM (70) , Feloniously setting fire to a dwelling house at Walthamstow, Essex, on 9th October, 1890, with intent to injure and defraud. MESSRS. BESLEY and GILL Prosecuted, and MR. ORMSBY Defended. MARTIN GEORGE DEVITT . I am cl...
  10. LEONARD HARTING, Breaking Peace > wounding, 9th March 1891.

    277. LEONARD HARTING (29), alias CARL MULLER , Feloniously wounding Alice Seymour, with intent to do her grievous bodily harm. MR. LAWLESS Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. ALICE SEYMOUR . I lived at 16, Upper Rathbone Place; now I live in Drury Lane...

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