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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+alias' (all words must be present), verdict category is miscellaneous and decade is 1780s

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  1. JOHN KELLAN, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 10th September 1783.

    604. JOHN KELLAN, alias JOHN HERBERT KEELING was indicted for returning from transportation, and being found at large, on the 31st of August last, without any lawful cause . (The Record read as before.) JOHN OWEN sworn. Look at the prisoner, have you ever ...
  2. JAMES RANDALL, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 14th September 1785.

    824. JAMES RANDALL alias RICHARDSON was indicted for that he having been committed to Clerkenwell Bridewell for being a rogue and vagabond for the space of six months, and having again been apprehended on Monday the 27th of June, with a pistol and iron cro...
  3. SAMUEL STEVENSON, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 25th February 1789.

    281. SAMUEL alias GEORGE STEVENSON was charged, for that he, together with one WILLIAM GREGORY , upon John Mac Mahon in the peace of God, and our Lord the King, &c. in the King's highway, did make an assault, and feloniously take from his person, and a...
  4. THOMAS EDWARD BEVINS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JOSEPH PARKINSON, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; THOMAS WRIGHT, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JAMES AINSLEF, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 28th October 1789.

    838. THOMAS EDWARD BEVINS , JOSEPH PARKINSON , THOMAS alias JOHN WRIGHT , JAMES AINSLEF , were indicted for a conspiracy . Before the Jury were sworn, Mr. Shepherd, of counsel for the defendants, observed that such indictments were instituted for the purpo...