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  1. JAMES THOMAS BOYCE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 3rd June 1824.

    1012. JAMES THOMAS BOYCE was indicted for that he, on the 11th of April , at St. Bridget alias St. Bride , in and upon John Fishburn , a subject of our Lord the King, feloniously, wilfully, maliciously, and unlawfully did make an assault and with a certain...
  2. WILLIAM HOWARD, Breaking Peace > wounding, 21st February 1828.

    Before Mr. Baron Vaughan. 527. WILLIAM HOWARD, alias JOSHUA BELL , was indicted for feloniously assaulting William Mullay , a subject of our Lord the King, on the 12th of February , at St. George the Martyr, and with a certain sharp instrument striking and...
  3. FREDERICK COLE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 4th December 1828.

    Third Middlesex Jury Before Mr. Justice Littledals. 120. FREDERICK COLE , alias PHILLIPS , was indicted for feloniously, wilfully, and maliciously stabbing and cutting George Baker , on the right side of his body, with intent to kill and murder him . THREE...
  4. FREDERICK DOWELL, Breaking Peace > wounding, 29th October 1829.

    Before Mr. Justice Park. 2033. FREDERICK alias WILLIAM DOWELL was indicted for feloniously, wilfully, and maliciously assaulting Paul William White , and with a certain sharp instrument, cutting and wounding him, with intent to kill, and murder him . TWO O...