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  1. LEONARD HARTING, Breaking Peace > wounding, 9th March 1891.

    277. LEONARD HARTING (29), alias CARL MULLER , Feloniously wounding Alice Seymour, with intent to do her grievous bodily harm. MR. LAWLESS Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. ALICE SEYMOUR . I lived at 16, Upper Rathbone Place; now I live in Drury Lane...
  2. ALBERT BRIGG, Breaking Peace > wounding; HENRY MUNRO, Breaking Peace > wounding; ALBERT BRIGG, Breaking Peace > wounding, 27th June 1892.

    646. ALBERT BRIGG, alias COOK (28), and HENRY MUNRO (17) Feloniously casting and throwing Henry David Ruskin into a canal, with intent to murder him. MR. W. H. LEYCESTER Prosecuted, and MR. T. C. JARVIS appeared for Munro. MR. LEYCESTER offered no evidence...
  3. ALBERT BRIGG, Breaking Peace > wounding; HENRY MUNRO, Breaking Peace > wounding; ALBERT BRIGG, Breaking Peace > wounding, 27th June 1892.

    646. ALBERT BRIGG, alias COOK (28), and HENRY MUNRO (17) Feloniously casting and throwing Henry David Ruskin into a canal, with intent to murder him. MR. W. H. LEYCESTER Prosecuted, and MR. T. C. JARVIS appeared for Munro. MR. LEYCESTER offered no evidence...
  4. FRANK TARBEAUX, Breaking Peace > wounding, 17th June 1895.

    495. FRANK TARBEAUX alias TAYLOR was indicted for unlawfully wounding Arthur Cockburn and Alfred Saville. MESSRS. C.F. GILL and BODKIN Prosecuted, and MESSRS. MURPHY, Q.C., LYNCH AND DRAKE Defended. FRANCIS ALWRIGHT (Detective B). I have had some experienc...
  5. GEORGE CAIRD, Breaking Peace > threatening behaviour, 19th October 1896.

    784. GEORGE CAIRD, alias INGLIS (31) , Feloniously sending to George Martin Inglis a letter threatening to murder him. MR. C. F. GILL Prosecuted. GEORGE MARTIN INGLIS . I am fifty two years of age; thirty two years ago I was staying with my family in Scotl...
  6. GEORGE EDWARD MCDONALD, Breaking Peace > wounding, 20th June 1898.

    422. GEORGE EDWARD McDONALD (36) was indicted for feloniously shooting at Edward Brooks, with intent to murder. Second Count.—With intent to do grievous bodily harm. MESSRS. C. F. GILL and BODKIN Prosecuted, and MR. PICKERSGILL Defended, at the reque...
  7. SARAH MOORE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 9th January 1899.

    133. SARAH MOORE (20) , Feloniously attempting to drown Rose Mary Moore, with intent to murder. MB. HUTTON Prosecuted. PERCY HOPCRAFT . I am a typewriter, and live at 33, Oxford Street,. Chelsea—on December 14th, about seven in the evening, I was nea...