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  1. THOMAS SMITH ASHWIN, Deception > bankrupcy, 3rd February 1890.

    198. THOMAS SMITH ASHWIN (60) , Unlawfully, after being adjudged a bankrupt, failing to discover to his trustee all his property. MR. FORREST FULTON and MR. DENNIS Prosecuted, and MR. CHARLES MATHEWS Defended. CHARLES L'ENFANT . I am an officer of the Bank...
  2. RICHARD POPPIN, Deception > forgery, 24th March 1890.

    330. RICHARD POPPIN (34) , Forging and uttering a bill of exchange for ?300, with intent to defraud. MR. H. AVORY Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. JOSEPH NEWPORT . I keep the Queen's Arms, Penton Street, Pentonville, and have an account at the Londo...
  3. GEORGE PAGE, Deception > fraud, 6th April 1891.

    369. GEORGE PAGE(35), alias FRASER , PLEADED GUILTY to obtaining by false pretences from William Wilfred Shuker ?5, and other sums from other persons, with intent to defraud.[Imprisonment: see original trial image.] And
  4. SAMUEL VICTOR MORLEY, Deception > fraud; ELIZABETH CLIFFORD, Deception > fraud, 6th April 1891.

    357. SAMUEL VICTOR MORLEY, alias MARKS , alias E. CHARLES (56), and ELIZABETH CLIFFORD , Unlawfully obtaining from Robert Margerison Hobson certain deeds of title by false pretences. Other Counts, for conspiracy. MR. HORACE AVORY and MR. MUIR Prosecuted; M...
  5. FRANK DAY, Deception > fraud; FRANK DAY, Deception > fraud, 4th May 1891.

    445. FRANK DAY (alias MIZEN ) (54) , To feloniously obtaining from William Pike a postal order for seven and sixpence, under and by virtue of a forged instrument, with intent to defraud; also to unlawfully obtaining by false pretences seven and sixpence an...
  6. FRANK DAY, Deception > fraud; FRANK DAY, Deception > fraud, 4th May 1891.

    445. FRANK DAY (alias MIZEN ) (54) , To feloniously obtaining from William Pike a postal order for seven and sixpence, under and by virtue of a forged instrument, with intent to defraud; also to unlawfully obtaining by false pretences seven and sixpence an...
  7. ASHTON LESLIE, Deception > forgery; ASHTON LESLIE, unknown, 14th September 1891.

    655. ASHTON LESLIE,. alias HORACE LIDDINGTON (19), PLEADED GUILTY to two indictments for uttering two forged orders for ?12 and ?20; also to another indictment for uttering a forged order for a cheque book. He received a good character from his employer, a...
  8. ANNA MARGARETTA FLUGEL, Deception > fraud, 11th January 1892.

    222. ANNA MARGARETTA FLUGEL, alias REESE , Unlawfully obtaining by false pretences two dresses and other goods from Peter Robinson, and other goods from Thomas Wallis and Co. by false pretences. Other Counts, For conspiracy with other persons. MESSRS. GRAI...
  9. EDWIN SMITH, Deception > forgery, 11th January 1892.

    217. EDWIN SMITH , Forging and uttering a request for ?200, with intent to defraud. MESSRS. F. FULTON and MUIR Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. JANE GOURLAY . I am married, and live at 105, Harpinger Road South Lambeth—in September last I live...
  10. JAMES TONKIN, Deception > forgery, 7th March 1892.

    380. JAMES TONKIN , Forging and uttering an endorsement on an order for the payment of ?8 10s. MR. BIRON Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. ROSA DAVIS GIBBS . I am single, and live at 189, High Street, Lewisham—on 4th January I drew this cheque ...

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