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  1. JOHN SHERWOOD, Deception > fraud, 14th January 1830.

    488. JOHN SHERWOOD alias SMITH , was indicted for obtaining goods, value 12l. 2s., by false pretences ; to which he pleaded GUILTY . Transported for Seven Years .
  2. ELIZABETH PEACOCK, Deception > forgery; THOMAS FULLEN, Deception > forgery; CORNELIUS DRISCOL, Deception > forgery, 17th May 1832.

    Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Baron Bolland . 1126. ELIZABETH PEACOCK alias ELIZABETH PATERNOSTER , THOMAS FULLEN , and CORNELIUS DRISCOL were indicted for that they, on the 5th of January last, at St. Mary Matfelon, alias Whitechapel , did feloniously...
  3. ELIZABETH PEACOCK, Deception > forgery; CORNELIUS DRISCOL, Deception > forgery, 17th May 1832.

    Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Littledale. 1125. ELIZABETH PEACOCK , alias ELIZABETH PATERNOSTER , and CORNELIUS DRISCOL were indicted for that they, on the 10th of February last, at St. Mary Matfelon, alias Whitechapel , feloniously did forge, ...
  4. ANDREW MORGAN, Deception > forgery; JOHN DALTON, Deception > forgery; ROBERT TEIGHE, Deception > forgery; THOMAS FALLON, Deception > forgery; ELIZABETH PATERNOSTER, Deception > forgery, 17th May 1832.

    1124. ANDREW MORGAN , JOHN DALTON , ROBERT TEIGHE , alias JONES , THOMAS FALLON , and ELIZABETH PATERNOSTER were indicted for that they, on the 24th of March , at St. Gregory by St. Paul's , feloniously did forge a certain will and testament, which said fo...
  5. PHOEBE JAMES, Deception > forgery, 6th September 1832.

    Second London Jury, before Mr. Justice Patteson. 1985. PHOEBE JAMES, alias MARY POWEL , was indicted for that she, on the 13th of March , feloniously did utter, dispose of, and put off a certain forged will and testament of one Benjamin Norrington , well k...
  6. HENRY SMITH, Deception > forgery, 2nd January 1834.

    304. HENRY SMITH was indicted for that he, on the 28th of September , at St. Catherine Cree Church, alias Christ Church, feloniously did forge a certain receipt for goods , with intent to defraud Elias Moses and another, against the Statute. 2nd. COUNT, fo...
  7. JOHN JOHNSON, Deception > forgery, 2nd January 1834.

    283. JOHN JOHNSON , alias COVENEY , was indicted for feloniously forging a certain order for payment of money , which is as follows: "London, 31st October, 1833 . "MESSRS. BARNETT, HOARE, & Co. "Pay Messrs. Taylor, or bearer, forty six pounds, one shil...
  8. JOHN CARTER, Deception > forgery, 24th November 1834.

    32. JOHN CARTER, alias Thompson , Was indicted for that he, on the 8th of November, feloniously did forge a request for the delivery of 14 pounds weight of white lead and 14 pounds weight of black paint, with intent to defraud Thomas Barrow.—2nd COUN...
  9. JOHN CARTER, Deception > forgery, 24th November 1834.

    33. JOHN CARTER, alias Thompson Was again Indicted for that he, on the 11th of November, feloniously did forge a request for the delivery of 28 pounds weight of white lead, and 1 mop, with intent to defraud Thomas Barrow.—2nd COUNT. For feloniously u...
  10. THOMAS LITTLE, Deception > forgery, 2nd March 1835.

    807. THOMAS LITTLE was indicted , for that he, on the 27th of September, at St. Catherine Cree Church, alias Christ Church, having in his custody and possession a certain Bill of Exchange, which was as follows: "?49 13s.—London, September 27, 1834...

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