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  1. THOMAS ROUSE, Deception > forgery, 4th March 1850.

    521. THOMAS ROUSE, alias Sadler, feloniously forging and uttering a request for the delivery of goods, with intent to defraud Samuel Alexander Bennetfink and another: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 35.— Confined One Year.
  2. HENRY HUTTON, Deception > forgery, 19th August 1850.

    1397. HENRY HUTTON, alias Poulton, alias Russell, feloniously uttering a forged certificate of marriage. EVAN DAVID JONES . I am a labourer of Tottenham, and have a daughter named Mary Ann Jones—she was eighteen years old on the 7th of July—I w...
  3. THEOPHILUS SMITH, Deception > fraud, 3rd February 1851.

    511. THEOPHILUS SMITH , unlawfully obtaining goods by false pretences. MR. ROBINSON conducted the Prosecution. EDWARD GEORGE WOOD . I am an optician, of Newgate street. I have two partners—on 26th Dec. the prisoner came, about seven o'clock in the ev...
  4. THOMAS REID, Deception > forgery, 12th May 1851.

    1075. THOMAS alias WILLIAM REID , forging an acceptance to a Bill of Exchange for 35l. 4s. 6d.; with intent to defraud John Simmonds. MR. COOPER conducted the Prosecution. CHARLES BULLOCK . I am clerk to John Simmonds, trading under the firm of Richard Sim...
  5. THOMAS REID, Deception > forgery, 12th May 1851.

    1076. THOMAS alias WILIAMREID was again indicted for forging and uttering an acceptance to a bill of exchange for 5 1l. 14s. 4d., with intent to defraud John Simmonds. MR. COOPER conducted the Prosecution. CHARLES BULLOCK . I am clerk to Mr. Simmonds. At t...
  6. ANGELINA ADAMS, Deception > perjury, 24th November 1851.

    41. ANGELINA ADAMS, alias Mary Ann Burke, was indicted for wilful and corrupt perjury. MESSRS. BODKIN and BALLANTINE conducted the Prosecution. JOHN WILLIAM NICHOLLS . I am clerk at the Hammersmith police court. I recollect the defendant making a charge be...
  7. HANNAH WEIR, Deception > forgery, 5th January 1852.

    180. HANNAH WEIR, alias OLIVIA DAVISON , feloniously uttering a forged 5l. Bank of England note; also, 1 other 5l. bank note; also, a 10l. bank note, with intent to defraud: to all which she pleaded GUILTY . Aged 19.— Judgment Respited.
  8. WILLIAM HALL, Deception > forgery, 10th May 1852.

    540. WILLIAM HALL, alias Ward , feloniously uttering a forged note purporting to be a 5l. Bank of England note. MR. CLARKSON conducted the Prosccution. JULIANA PHILIPPA MASSEY . I am the wife of Charles Massey, a tobacconist, of 164, Oxford street—he...
  9. DAVID LEWIS, Deception > forgery, 22nd November 1852.

    38. DAVID LEWIS, alias Allen (see page 19), feloniously and knowingly uttering a forged note, with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England. MR. CLARKSON conducted the Prosecution. THOMAS SAUNDERS . I am foreman to Mr. Harris, a st...
  10. HENRY GERHARDT, Deception > fraud; THOMAS HOGG, Deception > fraud, 31st January 1853.

    298. HENRY GERHARDT and THOMAS HOGG, alias Smithers, alias Brandon , unlawfully obtaining 4 1/2 barrels of ale, value 10l., by false pretences. OTHER COUNTS, for conspiracy to defraud. MESSRS. BALLANTINE and O'BRIEN conducted the Prosecution. EDWARD RANDAL...

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