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  1. CHARLES CLIFT, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 8th July 1830.

    First Middlesex Jury. Before Mr. Sergeant Arabin. 1259. CHARLES CLIFT , alias CAMPBELL , was indicted for that he, at the Delivery of the King's Gaol of Newgate, holden for the County of Middlesex, at Justice Hall, in the Old Bailey, in the suburbs of the ...
  2. ELIZABETH BACON, Violent Theft > robbery; ELIZABETH LEE, Violent Theft > robbery; JAMES COTTER, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; THOMAS MOORE, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 8th September 1831.

    Before Mr. Justice Alderson. 1539. ELIZABETH BACON and ELIZABETH LEE were indicted for feloniously assaulting Alexander Kenneth Henry , on the 27th of August , at St. Mary Matsellon, alias Whitechapel, putting him in fear, and taking from his person, and a...
  3. HENRY RAMSEY, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 16th February 1832.

    First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Sergeant Arabin. 512. HENRY RAMSEY , alias THOMPSON. alias RANSLEY was indicted for that he, at the Quarter Session of the Peace, holden by adjournment on Monday, the 4th of December, in the seventh year of the reign of Geo...
  4. GEORGE STUART, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 4th September 1834.

    Before Mr. Recorder. 1395. GEORGE STUART, alias JOHN GEORGE STIPLER , was indicted for feloniously being at large without lawful cause, he having been convicted of felony, and ordered to be transported for the term of his natural life . MR. ADOLPHUS conduc...
  5. JAMES WILLIAMS, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 4th September 1834.

    OLD COURT, Thursday, September 4, 1834. First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Sergeant Arabin. 1121. JAMES WILLIAMS, alias, Charles Edwards, alias, James Hooper , was indicted for that he at the delivery of the King's gaol of Newgate, held on the 10th of Septem...
  6. HENRY MACNAMARA, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 24th November 1834.

    67. HENRY MACNAMARA, alias John Gray , Was indicted for feloniously being at large without any lawful cause, at St. Dunstan's in the West, he having been capitally convicted of felony; but afterwards ordered to be transported for the term of his natural li...
  7. JOHN BACE, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 1st February 1836.

    454. JOHN BACE, alias Williams , was indicted for feloniously being at large within his Majesty's dominions before the expiration of the term of seven years, for which period he had been sentenced to be transported; to which he pleaded. GUILTY .— Con...
  8. AARON TERNSKE, Miscellaneous > other, 4th July 1836.

    1637. AARON TERNSKE, alias Barnet Bernshstein , was indicted for a misdemeanour. NOT GUILTY .
  9. CHARLES SAMUEL ROBERTS, Miscellaneous, 30th January 1837.

    498. CHARLES SAMUEL ROBERTS, alias Le Roy , was indicted misdemeanor. NOT GUILTY .
  10. JAMES HANCE, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 27th February 1837.

    701. JAMES HANCE, alias Savage , was indicted (with John Gardiner, not in custody,) for a conspiracy. MESSRS. CLARKSON and BODKIN conducted the Prosecution. EDWARD HONEYWOOD, ESQ . I am one of the younger sons of the late Sir John Honeywood, and am an ensi...

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