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  1. WILLIAM PETLEY, Deception > perjury, 12th January 1820.

    298. WILLIAM PETLEY was indicted for wilful and corrupt perjury on the trial of Eliza Dillon, alias Horgan , at the delivery of the goal (of Our Lord the King) of Newgate , on the 27th of October last . For the Prosecution, MR. ARABIN. The record of the Co...
  2. JOHN DAWSON, Deception > fraud; JOSEPH CLARK, Deception > fraud; JOHN DAWSON, Deception > fraud; JOSEPH CLARK, Deception > fraud, 6th December 1820.

    142. JOHN DAWSON , alias ABRAHAM FARRINGTON , and JOSEPH CLARK were indicted for a fraud . MESSRS. ADOLPHUS and LAW conducted the prosecution. MR. SAMUEL NOCK . I am a gun maker , and live in Fleet street . On the 19th of September the prisoners came to my...
  3. JOHN DAWSON, Deception > fraud; JOSEPH CLARK, Deception > fraud; JOHN DAWSON, Deception > fraud; JOSEPH CLARK, Deception > fraud, 6th December 1820.

    142. JOHN DAWSON , alias ABRAHAM FARRINGTON , and JOSEPH CLARK were indicted for a fraud . MESSRS. ADOLPHUS and LAW conducted the prosecution. MR. SAMUEL NOCK . I am a gun maker , and live in Fleet street . On the 19th of September the prisoners came to my...
  4. JOHN LLOYD, Deception > forgery, 4th December 1822.

    96. JOHN LLOYD alias BROWN was indicted for feloniously falsely and making and forging a certain order for payment of 6 l. 9 s., with intent to defraud Joseph Birt . SECOND COUNT, for uttering and publishing the same as true with the like intention. JOSEPH...
  5. JOHN BERGER, Deception > forgery, 27th October 1825.

    London Cases, Second Jury. Before Mr. Justice Park. 1744. JOHN BERGER, alias DE CLIFFORD , was indicted for feloniously forging a certain order for payment of money , as follows: London, June 24 , 1825. Messrs. Sansom, and Postlethwaite pay No. 486, I N or...
  6. ARTHUR THOMPSON, Deception > forgery, 14th September 1826.

    1373. ARTHUR THOMPSON, alias PENNELL , was indicted for feloniously forging a certain order for the payment of 25l., with intent to defraud John Vickris Taylor , and others . THREE OTHER COUNTS varying the charge. MESSRS. ALLEY and BRODRICK conducted the p...
  7. JOHN ROBINS, Deception > fraud, 5th April 1827.

    839. JOHN ROBINS, alias HORN , was indicted for a like offence . The prisoner pleaded GUILTY . Transported for Seven Years .
  8. EDWARD COOPER, Deception > forgery, 23rd October 1828.

    Before Mr. Justice Park. 1986. EDWARD COOPER, alias HOLLINGDALE , was indicted for that he, on the 13th of December , at St. Mary le bone , foloniously did falsely make, forge, and counterfeit, a certain receipt for money , which is as follows: Lady Nepean...
  9. RICHARD HARPER GREEN, Deception > forgery, 9th April 1829.

    998. RICHARD HARPER GREEN was again indicted for that he, on the 5th of September , at St. Mary, Matfelon, alias Whitehapel, having in his custody and possession a certain bill of exchange, which is as follows: ?18: 5: 6 London, September 5, 1828. Four mon...
  10. RICHARD HARPER GREEN, Deception > forgery, 9th April 1829.

    NEW COURT, Eighth Day. Fifth Middlesex Jury Before Mr. Common Sergeant. 900. RICHARD HARPER GREEN was indicted for that he, on the 5th of September , at St. Mary Matfellon, alias Whitechapel, having in his custody and possession, a certain bill of exchange...