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  1. THOMAS HUSSEY, Deception > forgery, 19th October 1840.

    2434. THOMAS HUSSEY, alias Thomas Hartley Hussey, was indicted for forging and uttering a bill of exchange for payment of 40l., with intent to defraud William Thompson.—2 other Counts, for forging and uttering an acceptance thereon. WILLIAM THOMPSON ...
  2. HENRY LECHMERE, Theft > simple larceny; HENRY LECHMERE, Deception > fraud, 23rd November 1840.

    14. HENRY LECHMERE. alias Mercer, alias Johnson, was indicted for stealing, on the 17th of July, 5 muffs, value 8l., and 1 pair of cuffs, value 7s., the goods of Charles Williams and another; also for obtaining, on the 24th of October, by false pretences, ...
  3. WILLIAM JOHNSON, Deception > forgery, 10th May 1841.

    1311. WILLIAM JOHNSON, alias Greeley , was indicted for feloniously uttering, on the 20th of March, a forged order for the payment of 5l., knowing it to be forged, with intent to defraud William Tucker. MR. RYLAND conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM TUCKER ...
  4. JOHN COMBER, Deception, 20th September 1841.

    2322. JOHN COMBER, alias Merchant, alias , Durham, was indicted for a misdemeanor. MR. CLARKSON conducted the Prosecution. ELEANOR PETTIT MADDOX . I am the wife. of Thomas Slocomb Black man Maddox, and live in Smith street, Marlborough road, Chelsea. In Ju...
  5. JOHN MATTHEWS, Deception > forgery; JOHN BARBER, Deception > forgery, 3rd January 1842.

    452. JOHN MATTHEWS, alias Joseph Swinford, and JOHN BARBER , were indicted for feloniously uttering, on the 11th of December, a forged 10l. note, well knowing it to be forged, with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England.—2n...
  6. JOHN JONES, Deception > fraud, 4th April 1842.

    1259. JOHN JONES, alias Robert Stone, alias Robert Mahon, was indicted for a misdemeanor. MESSRS. BODKIN and DOANE conducted the Prosecution. RICHARD TRIGGER. I am shopman to Mr. Fenn, a tool manufacturer, in Newgate street. The prisoner came to my master'...
  7. JOHN SIMMONDS, Deception > fraud, 4th April 1842.

    1131. JOHN SIMMONDS, alias Gillingham, was indicted for a misdemeanor. MR. CLARKSON conducted the Prosecution. JAMES NOBES HAYES I am clerk to George Harker, a dry salter, of Arthur street, City. On the 21st of December the prisoner called at the warehouse...
  8. WILLIAM ROBINSON, Deception > fraud, 9th May 1842.

    1527. WILLIAM ROBINSON. alias George Hayes was indicted f" a misdemeanor. MESSRS. ELLIS and ESPINASSE conducted the Prosecution. THOMAS WING . I am a glover, and live in Newport street. On the 15th of April, the prisoner came to my shop to purchase a pair ...
  9. SARAH SMITH, Deception > fraud, 9th May 1842.

    1526. SARAH SMITH, alias Caroline Anson, was indicted for a misdemeanor. MESSRS. ELLIS and ESPINASSE conducted the Prosecution. MARY ELIZABETH BROOKS . I am the wife of Joseph Brooks, a greengrocer, and live in Clerkenwell Close. On the 16th of April the p...
  10. GEORGE ANDERSON, Deception > fraud, 9th May 1842.

    1530. GEORGE ANDERSON, alias John Walsh, was indicted for a misdemeanor. MESSRS. ELLIS and ESPINASSE conducted the Prosecution. MATTHEW CHOLERTON . I am a tobacconist, and live at Charing cross. On the 30th of March, the prisoner came to my shop about eigh...

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