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  1. JANE KIRTLAND, Killing > manslaughter, 8th April 1850.

    769. JANE KIRTLAND, alias Cutler, feloniously killing and slaying William Kirtland. MR. W. J. PAYNE conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM KIRTLAND . I am the prisoner's son. On Saturday, 23rd March, I was at home with my mother—my father had been at hom...
  2. GEORGE SHIRLEY, Killing > manslaughter, 5th April 1852.

    432. GEORGE SHIRLEY was indicted for feloniously killing and slaying Hannah Disdall, alias Shirley . MR. PLATT conducted the Prosecution. ELIZABETH PARRY . I knew the deceased—the prisoner is the son of the man with whom she lived. On Sunday evening ...
  3. CHARLES WYLDE, Killing > manslaughter, 23rd October 1854.

    1123. CHARLES WYLDE, alias Carl Wales , feloniously killing and slaying Tobias Johanneson.—He was also charged, on the Coroner's Inquisition, with the like offence. MR. PLATT conducted the Prosecution. CHARLES MONK . I live at the Sailors, Home, in W...
  4. JEREMIAH FOLEY, Killing > murder, 2nd July 1855.

    699. JEREMIAH FOLEY was indicted for the wilful murder of Hannah Bell, alias Robinson; he was also charged on the Coroner's Inquisition with the like offence. MR. RYLAND conducted the Prosecution. MARY MACAULAY . I am an unfortunate girl. I knew the deceas...
  5. MARY ANN DAVIS, Killing > manslaughter, 15th December 1856.

    177. MARY ANN DAVIS was indicted for feloniously killing and slaying Ann Warren, alias Cox. She was also charged on the Coroner's Inquisition with the like offence. MESSRS. SLEIGH. and POLAND. conducted the Prosecution. GEORGE EVANS . I am a sailor. Last T...