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  1. RICHARD JONES, Deception > forgery, 11th April 1810.

    304. RICHARD JONES , alias, COOLING , was indicted for that he on the 20th of December , feloniously did make, forge, and counterfeit, and caused to be forged and counterfeited, and willingly acted in assisting in forging and counterfeiting a certain acqui...
  2. JAMES DAVIS, Deception > forgery, 29th May 1811.

    402. JAMES DAVIS , alias JAMES DEACON , was indicted for that he, on the 2nd of February , feloniously did forge a certain promissory note for the payment of 10 l. with intent to defraud Peter Esdaile , William Esdaile , John Hammet (since deceased), and T...
  3. JOSEPH THOMPSON, Deception > forgery, 8th April 1812.

    352. JOSEPH THOMPSON , alias JOSEPH WOOLMAN THOMPSON , was indicted for feloniously forging a certain acceptance of a certain bill of exchange for the payment of 118 l. 18 s. 4 d. in the name of A. M'Dougall and Co. with intention to defraud William Carter...
  4. JOSEPH THOMPSON, Deception > forgery, 8th April 1812.

    312. JOSEPH THOMPSON , alias JOSEPH WOOLMAN THOMPSON , was indicted for feloniously forging, on the 3d of October , an acceptance of a bill of exchange for payment of 90 l. 2 s. in the name of A.M'Dougall and Company, with intent to defraud Harold Daniel ....
  5. ROBERT BRADY, Deception > forgery; JOHN WEBB, Deception > forgery, 7th April 1813.

    423. ROBERT BRADY and JOHN WEBB, alias ATKINSON , was indicted for feloniously forging, on the 7th of September , a certain order, for the payment of 700 l. 16 s. with intention to defraud William Gillman , Felix Calvert Ladbroke , Henry Ladbroke , and Tho...
  6. WILLIAM BADCOCK, Deception > forgery; SILVESTER HILL, Deception > forgery; ROBERT BRADY, Deception > forgery, 2nd June 1813.

    570. WILLIAM BADCOCK , SILVESTER (alias JOHN) HILL , and ROBERT BRADY , alias HAZARD , was indicted for feloniously forging, on the 5th of September , a certain order for the payment of 590 l. with intention to defraud Abraham Robarts , Sir William Curtis ...
  7. WILLIAM BADCOCK, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM BADCOCK, Royal Offences > coining offences; SYLVESTER HILL, Royal Offences > coining offences; ROBERT BRADY, Royal Offences > coining offences, 14th July 1813.

    699 WILLIAM BADCOCK was indicted for that he, on the 5th of September, in the 52nd year of Majesty's reign , feloniously did dispose of, and put away a certain forged order for the payment of 500 l. with intention to defraud Abraham Robarts , Sir William C...
  8. AMELIA JARVIS, Deception > fraud, 21st June 1815.

    731. AMELIA JARVIS , alias BLUNDELL , was indicted for feloniously uttering on the 8th of April , a forged and counterfeit will, purporting to be the last will and testament of James Campbell , well knowing the same to be forged and counterfeit, with inten...
  9. JOHN BOOT, Deception > forgery, 13th September 1815.

    861. JOHN BOOT , alias JOHN BULLOCK BOOT , was indicted for feloniously forging, and counterfeiting, and causing and procuring to be falsely made forged and counterfeited on the 16th of April , a certain promissory note for the payment of ten pounds, with ...
  10. SAMUEL POWELL, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM STAN-DALAND, Deception > forgery, 29th October 1817.

    1516. SAMUEL POWELL and WILLIAM STAN DALAND , alias STORR , were indicted; that at the time of committing the offences hereinafter mentioned, Robert Copeland Peas, Richard Dunn, and Henry Peas, were,and are still carrying on the business of bankers, at Mal...

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