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  1. ISAAC WATFORD, Breaking Peace > assault, 5th April 1841.

    1231. ISAAC WATFORD, alias John Andrews, was indicted for assaulting Robert Mason, a constable, in the execution of his duty. GUILTY .— Confined Three Months.
  2. ALEXANDER BAILEY, Breaking Peace > assault, 5th April 1841.

    1230. ALEXANDER BAILEY, alias Marney, was indicted for assaulting Robert Mason, a constable, in the execution of his duty. GUILTY .— Confined Three Months.
  3. SAMUEL JOHNSON, Breaking Peace > assault, 5th April 1841.

    1227. SAMUEL JOHNSON, alias Peter Rogers, was indicted for assaulting William Lenthall Brake and John Northcole, police constables, in the execution of their duty. — GUILTY .— Confined Six Months.
  4. HENRY MANNING, Breaking Peace > wounding, 9th May 1842.

    1448. HENRY MANNING alias Roberts, was indicted for feloniously assaulting Thomas Buck, on the 29th of April, and cutting and wounding him on the head and left hand, with intent to maim and disable him.—2nd COUNT, stating his intent to be to do him s...
  5. THOMAS WREN, Breaking Peace > assault, 12th June 1843.

    2037. THOMAS WREN alias Maryon , was indicted for assaulting Elizabeth Wren the younger, with intent, &c. NOT GUILTY .
  6. SARAH BRIDEN, Breaking Peace > wounding, 3rd March 1845.

    588. SARAH BRIDEN, alias Ann Wilson , was indicted for feloniously assaulting James Arthur Briden, on the 8th of Feb., and forcing him into the water in a certain pond, with intent to murder him:—Three other counts, varying the description of the chi...
  7. EVELYN AUSTIN NORTON, Breaking Peace > wounding, 16th June 1845.

    1418. EVELYN AUSTIN NORTON, alias Evelyn Norton , was indicted for feloniously assaulting Hannah Norton, on the 26th of May, and cutting and wounding her in and upon her head and right arm, with intent to do grievous bodily harm; to which he pleaded GUILTY...
  8. BRIDGET SMITH, Breaking Peace > wounding, 27th October 1845.

    2153. BRIDGET SMITH, alias Thomas , was indicted for feloniously attempting to administer to patrick henry smith a large quantity of oxalic acid, with intent to murder him. MR. PRENDIRGAST conducted the prosecution. THOMAS HYETT . I am nine years old, and ...
  9. ELIZABETH GOOD, Breaking Peace > assault, 5th July 1847.

    1568. ELIZABETH GOOD, alias BERRY , was indicted for unlawfully assaulting Aaron Smith. GUILTY.— Confined Two Months, and to find security to keep the peace for One Year.
  10. STEPHEN ALFRED JORDAN, Breaking Peace > wounding, 29th October 1849.

    2044. STEPHEN ALFRED JORDAN, alias Dowland , feloniously assaulting Sarah Frances Ewings, on 19th Sept., and stabbing, cutting, and wounding her upon the fore part of her throat, with intent to murder her. MESSRS. BODKIN and CLERK conducted the Prosecution...