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  1. JAMES ROGERS, Breaking Peace > wounding; JAMES ROGERS, Theft > simple larceny, 16th June 1851.

    1302. JAMES ROGERS, alias William Cox, feloniously cutting and wounding Timothy William Strange, with intent to maim and disable him; also, stealing—lbs. weight of bacon; the goods of Job Clark: to both of which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 25.— Tr...
  2. EDWIN LOWE, Breaking Peace > assault; EDWIN JAMES, Breaking Peace > assault; DAVID POWELL, Breaking Peace > assault, 27th October 1851.

    1846. EDWIN LOW, EDWIN JAMES , and DAVID POWELL, alias Doland, feloniously assaulting James William Fletcher Blackwell, with intent to rob him. MR. RYLAND conducted the Prosecution. JAMES WILLIAM FLETCHER BLACKWZLL . I am a gold dial painter, of 3, Perciva...
  3. JANE JAMES, Breaking Peace > libel, 3rd July 1854.

    808. JANE JAMES was indicted for a libel. MR. PAYNE conducted the Prosecution. AUGUSTUS NEWTON . I live at Oakley villa, King's road, Chelsea; I am of no profession or trade; I hare an annuity from my mother, and also have other property. I have known the ...
  4. THOMAS M'GUIRE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 4th February 1856.

    249. THOMAS M'GUIRE, alias Thomas Heffernon , was again indicted for feloniously stabbing Samuel Kentfield on his neck and throat, to resist his apprehension.—2nd COUNT, to do him grievous bodily harm. MR. TALFOURD SALTER conducted the Prosecution. S...
  5. EDWARD KEAN, Breaking Peace > wounding, 16th June 1856.

    606. EDWARD KEAN, alias Canes, feloniously cutting and wounding Henry Cross, with intent to resist his lawful apprehension: to which he PLEADED GUILTY . Aged 30.— Confined Twelve Months. (There was another indictment against the prisoner.)
  6. WILLIAM WEBB, Breaking Peace > wounding, 6th April 1857.

    493. WILLIAM WEBB, alias Philip Levy , feloniously stabbing Alfred Buckler upon his neck and left arm, with intent to murder. 2nd COUNT., with intent to do grievous bodily harm. MR. PAYNE. conducted the Prosecution, ALFRED BUCKLER . I live at Mr. Hollick's...