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  1. JAMES CARPENTER, Deception > forgery, 27th February 1860.

    283. JAMES CARPENTER, alias Ingram , (21) , Feloniously forging and uttering an order for the payment of 120l., with intent to defraud. MESSRS. GIFFARD and MATTHEWS conducted the Prosecution. WALTER EDGAR HODGSON . I am a cashier in the Bank of EnglandR...
  2. CHLOM REICHBERG, unknown; ABRAHAM ROSENBERG, Deception > forgery; KOIFMAN WEBER, Deception > forgery, 7th April 1862.

    452. CHLOM REICHBERG, alias Hart (45), was again indicted (see page 617) with ABRAHAM ROSENBERG (55), and KOIFMAN WEBER (35), for feloniously having in their possession 2 stones tnd 1 plate engraved with divers parts of a Russian rouble note, without the a...
  3. JAMES CARTER, Deception > fraud, 22nd September 1862.

    1020. JAMES CARTER , alias GEORGE CLEMENTS, alias THOMAS HARLAKD (41) , Unlawfully obtaining, by false pretences, the sum of 4l. from Mary Ann Harrison; 1l. from Caroline Fowkes; and 10l. 10s. from Ann Jones; with intent to defraud. MR. LILLEY conducted th...
  4. WILLIAM ALFRED SEWELL, Deception > fraud, 22nd September 1862.

    947. WILLIAM ALFRED SEWELL, alias Wilfred Brougham (23) , Unlawfully obtaining 48l. 7s. the property of Roger Eykyn, by false pretences; also, the sum of 80l. the property of John Edward Cole, by false pretences; to both which he PLEADED GUILTY .— Co...
  5. GEORGE FENWICK, Deception > forgery, 27th October 1862.

    1126. GEORGE FENWICK, alias Frederick Horrocks (19) , Feloniously forging and uttering an order for the payment of 5l., 5s., with intent to defraud. MR. DALEY conducted the Prosecution. EDWARD HARRIS RABBITTS . I am a boot and shoe manufacturer, at Elephan...
  6. ESTHER BAYS, Deception > fraud; ELIZA TOWNSEND, Deception > fraud; PETER PAUL, Deception > fraud; PATRICK DAY, Deception > fraud; JAMES SMITH, Deception > fraud, 27th October 1862.

    1095. ESTHER BAYS (29), ELIZA TOWNSEND (33), PETER PAUL (30), PATRICK DAY (22), and JAMES SMITH (32) , Unlawfully conspiring to cheat and defraud Reuben Clarke, and others. MR. KEMP conducted the Prosecution. REUBEN CLARKE . I am a bootmaker, at Winterslow...
  7. EDWARD BRAUNDBECK, Deception > forgery, 24th November 1862.

    66. EDWARD alias DAVID BRAUNDBECK (30) , Feloniously forging and uttering an acceptance to a bill of exchange for 18l. 15s. 6d., with intent to defraud. MR. LILLEY conducted the Prosecution. JOSEPH PITT . I am one of the firm of William and Joseph Pitt, br...
  8. ROBERT CUMMINGS, Deception > forgery, 5th January 1863.

    235. ROBERT CUMMINGS (60) , Feloniously forging and uttering a note, purporting to be a 5l. Bank of England note, with intent to defraud. SIR FITZROY KELLY , Q.C., MR. BOVILL, Q.C., MR. MATTHEWS, and MR. GIFFARD, conducted the Prosecution. HENRY BROWN . I ...
  9. DAVID CHARLES LLOYD, Deception > forgery, 13th July 1863.

    889. DAVID CHARLES LLOYD, alias James Oliver (23) , Feloniously forging and uttering a deed of assignment, with intent to defraud. MR. SERJEANT BALLANTINE and MR. LEWIS conducted the Prosecution. JOHN SADLER CHALLONER . I am a share broker, of Newcastle up...
  10. PHILIP BRAUN, Deception > forgery; PHILIP BRAUN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 8th January 1866.

    184. PHILIP BRAUN (31) , Feloniously and without lawful excuse engraving upon a metal plate part of a five rouble note of the Empire of Russia. (See page 166.) MR. SERJEANT BALLANTINE, MR. GIFFARD, Q. C. and MR. SLEIGH conducted the Prosecution. JOSEPH LIB...

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