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  1. JOHN BURLEY, Deception > fraud, 28th May 1800.

    475. JOHN BURLEY, alias BURLAS , was indicted for obtaining goods under false pretences , the 15th of April . JOHN NORRIS sworn. I am servant to Messrs. Jacob Wood , John Wood , Benjamin Wood , and Thomas Wilson , linen draper s, in St. Paul's church yard ...
  2. MICHAEL STEWART, Deception > forgery, 20th May 1801.

    489. MICHAEL STEWART , alias SEYMOUR, alias ROBERT STEWART , was indicted for forging and counterfeiting, on the 15th of April , a Bill of Exchange for 40l. with intention to defraud Thomas Boote . Second Count. For uttering and publishing, as true, a like...
  3. HARRIS THOMPSON, Deception > perjury, 1st July 1801.

    627. HARRIS THOMPSON was indicted for wilful and corrupt perjury . (The record of the conviction of Richard Harnell , alias Little Dick, was produced and read, when there appearing to be a variance between the record and the present indictment, the Defenda...
  4. MAY PILKINGTON, Deception > fraud, 29th October 1806.

    609. MAY PILKINGTON, alias KNIGHT , was indicted for knowingly and feloniously taking a false oath, with intent to obtain letters of administration of John Jacob Dyson , deceased, who had served our lord the king, on board a ship called the Eurus, in order...
  5. GEORGE COOPER, Deception > forgery, 29th October 1806.

    608. GEORGE COOPER , alias GEORGE REID SMITH , was indicted for that he on the 25th of September feloniously did forge, falsely make, and counterfeited a certain order for payment of money, signed Messrs. Jones, Lloyd, Hulme and Co. bankers, Lothbury, Lond...
  6. CHARLOTTE WADE, Deception > fraud, 6th April 1808.

    364. CHARLOTTE WADE , alias BUMSTEAD . was indicted for a fraud . THOMAS JONES . I live in Bull Head court, Newgate street, in the parish of Christ church. I am warehouseman, my partner's name is James Weldon . Q. Do you remember the prisoner at the bar co...
  7. JAMES WALLIS, Deception > forgery, 13th July 1808.

    515. JAMES WALLIS, alias JAMES HARRIS , was indicted for feloniously forging and counterfeiting on the 10th of June , a certain order for the payment of 85 l. with intent to defraud Robert Middleton Biddulph , Thomas Somers Cox , and George Ridge . Second ...
  8. JOHN MAYBRICK, Deception > perjury, 14th September 1808.

    673. JOHN MAYBRICK, alias MILLBACK , was indicted for wilful and corrupt perjury . The indictment was read by Mr. Bolland, and the case was stated by Mr. Watson. MR. FINCH. Q. I believe you are in the office of the City solicitor A. I am; I produce the off...
  9. MARY GRIMES BARRINGTON, Deception > perjury, 11th January 1809.

    163. MARY GRIMES, alias GRAHAM, alias BARRINGTON , was indicted, and the indictment stated that Thomas Roughton , deceased, was a soldier and subject of our Lord the King, and who had served on board the Eurus, and that certain prize money was due to him f...
  10. WILLIAM JONES, Deception > forgery, 26th June 1809.

    559. WILLIAM JONES, alias WILLIAM SINCLAIR, alias, WILLIAM SELL , was indicted for that he on the 9th of May , feloniously did falsely make and caused to be falsely made and counterfeited, and willingly acted and assisted in feloniously forging a certain o...

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