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  1. WILLIAM WYATT, Damage to Property > other, 14th January 1801.

    126. WILLIAM, alias DUCK WYATT , was indicted, for that he, on the 4th of February , certain cattle, to wit, one cow, value 10l. the property of Francis Radford , unlawfully, wilfully, maliciously, and feloniously did kill , against the form of the statute...
  2. JOHN STONE, Damage to Property > arson; JOHN STONE, Damage to Property > arson; ANN HYDE, Damage to Property > arson, 23rd February 1846.

    677. JOHN STONE the elder, JOHN STONE the younger, and ANN HYDE, alias Stone , were indicted for feloniously, unlawfully, and maliciously setting fire to a certain dwelling house of the said John Stone the elder, then being in his possession, with intent t...
  3. WILLIAM ASHCROFT, Damage to Property > other, 25th October 1847.

    2464. WILLIAM ASHCROFT, alias Jameson , was indicted for unlawfully casting, placing, and throwing 22 large paving stones upon and across the Eastern Counties Railway, thereby endangering the lives of certain person whose names are unknown. MR. SERJEANT WI...
  4. ANN SMITH, Damage to Property > arson, 7th May 1855.

    562. ANN SMITH, alias Sheriff. feloniously setting fine to the dwelling house of James Smith, Alexander Lapsley and other persons being therein. MR. PAYNE conducted the Prosecution. HENRY NORRIS SMITH . I am the son of Mr. Smith, the prosecutor, a chemist ...
  5. JOHN STONEMAN, Damage to Property > arson; ELIZA STEBBINGS, Damage to Property > arson, 11th May 1863.

    738. JOHN STONEMAN, alias STEBBINGS (42), and ELIZA STEBBINGS(36) , Feloniously setting fire to a certain dwelling house, with intent to defraud the Imperial Fire Insurance Company. MESSRS GIFFARD and POLAND conducted the Prosecution. HENRY JOHN JOHNSTON ....
  6. ELLEN WHEELER, Damage to Property > arson, 9th February 1891.

    223. ELLEN WHEELER, alias INGRAM (70) , Feloniously setting fire to a dwelling house at Walthamstow, Essex, on 9th October, 1890, with intent to injure and defraud. MESSRS. BESLEY and GILL Prosecuted, and MR. ORMSBY Defended. MARTIN GEORGE DEVITT . I am cl...
  7. EDWARD BELL, Damage to Property > other, 11th January 1897.

    146. EDWARD BELL, alias EDWARD J. IVORY , for feloniously conspiring with Patrick James Tynan, John Francis Kearney, Thomas Haines, and other persons unknown, to cause by an explosive substance an explosion, in the United Kingdom, of a nature likely to end...