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  1. JOHN DALTON, Miscellaneous > other, 6th June 1810.

    537. JOHN DALTON , alias WILLIAMS , was indicted for a misdemeanour . ELENOR DENNIS. I am the wife of Robert Dennis , I live at the sign of the French Horn, Beech street. On the evening of the 4th of February the prisoner and another person came to my hous...
  2. EDWARD JAMES, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 15th January 1812.

    154. EDWARD JAMES, alias EGGERTON , was indicted, for that he, on the 8th of January , feloniously was at large in this kingdom before the expiration of the term for which he was ordered to be transported . SAMUEL TAUNTON . I am an officer belonging to Bow...
  3. EDMUND BIRKETT, Royal Offences > coining offences; ROBERT BRADY, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 2nd June 1813.

    569. EDMUND BIRKETT was indicted for that he, on the 1st of May, had in his possession, a certain bill of exchange for the payment of 50 l. and that he did falsely make in the said bill of exchange three endorsements, one of which false endorsements is Gra...
  4. CHARLES SMITH, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 6th July 1814.

    598. CHARLES SMITH , alias CHAPMAN , was indicted for that he, at the general sessions of the peace of our Lord the King, for the county of Suffolk, holden at Bury St. Edmonds on the 8th of March,in the 51st year of his Majesty's reign, he was tried and co...
  5. JAMES WALKER, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 15th February 1815.

    285. JAMES WALKER, alias DRIVER ; was indicted, and the indictment stated, that on the 3rd of April, in the 51st year of his Majesty's reign, he was tried and convicted of felony and burglary, and received sentence of death, and that afterwards his Royal H...
  6. ALEXANDER CHAMBER, Miscellaneous > other, 14th February 1816.

    255. ALEXANDER CHAMBER, alias HENRY PRICE , was indicted for felony . But the prosecutor not appearing , the Jury found him. NOT GUILTY. First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.
  7. PHILLIPPE CADAY, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; ARMAND CLERENSAC, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; JOSEPH ANN TRESGROSSE, Miscellaneous > kidnapping, 17th February 1819.

    350. PHILLIPPE CADAY, alias PHILLIBERT , ARMAND CLERENSAC and JOSEPH ANN TRESGROSSE were indicted for that they, being persons in the Island of Mauritius , without the United kingdom of Great Briton and Island, the said island being at and before the time ...