Search Results

Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+alias' (all words must be present), verdict category is breaking peace and decade is 1880s

Refine this search

Displaying Results 1 to 6 of 6.

  1. TIMOTHY COTTER, Breaking Peace > wounding, 26th April 1880.

    379. TIMOTHY COTTER (29) alias CHARLES PERKINS , Feloniously cutting and wounding Emma Perkins, with intent to murder her. MR. STEWART WHITE Prosecuted; MR. PURCELL Defended. THOMAS NEWLAND (Police Inspector K). On Sunday morning, 21st March, about 3.10, I...
  2. ARTHUR BROWN, Breaking Peace > libel, 27th February 1882.

    358. ARTHUR BROWN, Indicted for a libel of and concerning Edward Mills. MR. KEITH FRITH Prosecuted; MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. EDWARD MILLS . I am a bookmaker, of 16, Alfred Street, Bow—I have known the prisoner about 12 months—in October last he ...
  3. JAMES FITZPATRICK, Breaking Peace > wounding; MICHAEL BARRY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 1st May 1882.

    472. JAMES FITZPATRICK (18), and MICHAEL BARRY (22) , Feloniously wounding William Hewitt, and causing him grievous bodily harm. MESSRS. POLAND and MONTAGU WILLIAMS Prosecuted; MESSRS. KEITH FRITH and POYNTER defended Barry. WILLIAM HEWITT (Policeman E 463...
  4. THOMAS CROWLEY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 28th May 1883.

    604. THOMAS CROWLEY (25) , Feloniously wounding Robert Gentry, with intent to do grievous bodily harm. Second Count, to resist his apprehension. MESSRS. POLAND and MONTAGU WILLIAMS Prosecuted; MR. THORNE COLE Defended. ROBERT GENTRY (Policeman P 142). On t...
  5. JOHN LAZARUS, Breaking Peace > other; SARAH ANN GORE, Breaking Peace > other, 20th October 1884.

    1024. JOHN LAZARUS, alias GRAY ** (24), and SARAH ANN GORE (46) to keeping a disorderly house. LAZARUS— Judgment respited. GORE— One Week's Hard Labour.[Pleaded guilty: See original trial image.] And
  6. WILLIAM SMITH, Breaking Peace > wounding, 16th September 1889.

    699. WILLIAM SMITH, alias DOYLE (35) , Feloniously wounding Charles Germain, with intent to murder. Second Count, with intent to do grievous bodily harm. MR. LAWLESS Prosecuted, and MR. RAVEN Defended CHARLES GERMAIN I was chief mate on board the screw ste...