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  1. FRANCIS SHARPE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 6th September 1832.

    First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Baron Bailey. 1738. FRANCIS SHARPE was indicted for that he, on the 28th of August , at St. Dunstan Stebonheath, alias Stepney , in and upon Thomas Allpress , feloniously, maliciously, and unlawfully did make an assault, an...
  2. THOMAS BATT, Breaking Peace > riot; GEORGE KIPPIN, Breaking Peace > riot; NICHOLAS DONOGHUE, Breaking Peace > riot, 20th February 1834.

    First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Baron Gurney. 320. THOMAS BATT , GEORGE KIPPIN , and NICHOLAS DONOGHUE were indicted for, that they, on the 6th of February , at St. Dunstan, Stenbonheath, alias Stepney, feloniously, unlawfully, riotously, and tumultuously...
  3. THOMAS JOHNSON, Breaking Peace > wounding, 2nd February 1835.

    475. THOMAS JOHNSON was indicted for feloniously assaulting Charles Brooks, on the 25th of January, at St. Mary, Matfelon, alias Whitechapel, putting him in fear, and taking from his person, and against his will, 1 watch chain, value 8d.; and 1 watch key, ...
  4. SUSANNAH BLAKE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 14th December 1835.

    216. SUSANNAH BLAKE was indicted , for that, on the 26th of November, at St. Dunstan Stebon health, alias Stepney, in and upon Mildred Scott, unlawfully, maliciously, and feloniously did make an assault, and did then and there unlawfully, maliciously, and ...
  5. CATHERINE GRIGG, Breaking Peace > assault, 9th May 1836.

    1331. CATHERINE GRIGG, alias Ann Gregory , was indicted for an assault. GUILTY — Confined Ten Days.
  6. MICHAEL SULLIVAN, Breaking Peace > wounding, 4th July 1836.

    1636. MICHAEL SULLIVAN was indicted for that he, on the 14th of June, at St. Mary Matfelon, alias Whitechapel, in and upon Michael Creighton, unlawfully, maliciously, and feloniously, did make an assault, and unlawfully, maliciously, and feloniously, did c...
  7. GEORGE THOMAS, Breaking Peace > wounding, 18th September 1837.

    2092. GEORGE THOMAS was indicted for unlawfully, maliciously, and feloniously assaulting John Unckless, on the 17th of August, at St. Mary Matfelon, alias Whitechapel, and unlawfully, maliciously, and feloni ously cutting and wounding him upon his head, wi...
  8. JOHN BROWN, Breaking Peace > wounding, 20th August 1838.

    1828. JOHN BROWN, alias Speechley , was indicted , for that he, on the 21st of July, upon James Gale, senior, unlawfully, maliciously, and feloniously, did make an assault; and that he a certain pistol, loaded with gunpowder and a leaden bullet, unlawfully...
  9. JOHN RUSSELL, Breaking Peace > wounding; ANN RUSSELL, Breaking Peace > wounding, 31st December 1838.

    462. JOHN RUSSELL and ANN RUSSELL were indicted for feloniously assaulting John Bearman, on the 21st of December, at St. Mary Matfelon, alias Whitechapel, putting him in fear, and taking from his person and against his will, 3 half crowns and 1 shilling, h...
  10. JOHN HAPPY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 12th August 1839.

    2355. JOHN HAPPY was indicted for feloniously assaulting James Monk, on the 11th of August, at St. Dunstan, Stebonheath, alias Stepney, and attempting to drown and murder him. The prisoner did not plead to the indictment: and on the evidence of Mr. Olding,...