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  1. THOMAS WILSON LILLY, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; THOMAS LILLY, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 19th October 1840.

    2644. THOMAS WILSON LILLY, alias Thomas Wilson, and THOMAS LILLY , were indicted for a conspiracy. MESSRS. PHILLIPS AND CLARKSON conducted the Prosecution. JOHN SIMMONDS . I am a jeweller, and live in Southampton row, Russell square; I also carry on busine...
  2. GEORGE CHILDS, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 5th April 1841.

    1128. GEORGE CHILDS, alias Giles, was indicted for feloniously being at large without lawful cause within her Majesty's dominions, before the expiration of the period for which he had been ordered to be transported. JAMES FRYER . I am a policeman. From inf...
  3. JOHN HOFMAN, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 10th May 1841.

    1516. JOHN HOFMAN, alias Chappel, alias Connell , was indicted for feloniously, and without lawful excuse, being at large within her Majesty's dominions, before the expiration of the term of his natural life, for which he had been ordered to be transported...
  4. JAMES ATKINSON, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 31st January 1842.

    838. JAMES ATKINSON, alias John Smith, was indicted for feloniously, and without lawful excuse, being at large within Her Majesty's dominions, before the expiration of the term for which he had been ordered to be transported. MR. DOANE conducted the Prosec...
  5. HENRY WHARTON NOTT, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JOHN SAMUEL CRISPIN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; LUCY SMITH, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 19th September 1842.

    2729. HENRY WHARTON NOTT, JOHN SAMUEL CRISPIN , and LUCY SMITH, alias Louisa Knight, were indicted for a conspiracy. MR. PRENDERGAST conducted the Prosecution. SIMPSON NOKES . I am in partnership with Mr. Usher; we carry on business in Fetter lane, under t...
  6. GEORGE SMITHERS, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 19th September 1842.

    2611. GEORGE SMITHERS, alias King, was indicted for feloniously being at large within Her Majesty's dominions, before the expiration of the period, his natural life, for which he had been ordered to be transported; to which he pleaded GUILTY .— Confi...
  7. MARGARET ANGUS, Theft > theft from a specified place; ALEXANDER JOHNSON, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 24th October 1842.

    2806. MARGARET ANGUS alias Johnson, was indicted for stealing, on the 20th of August, 8 5l. Bank of England notes, the money of Thomas Fairweather, in the dwelling house of Christina Waterson Sheppard; and that she had been before convicted of felony; and ...
  8. CHARLES HARPER, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 3rd April 1843.

    1140. CHARLES HARPER, alias Green , was indicted for feloniously, and without lawful excuse, being at large within Her Majesty's dominions, before the expiration of the period for which he had been ordered to be transported. MR. CURWOOD conducted the Prose...
  9. ELIZABETH WILCOCKS, Miscellaneous > concealing a birth, 19th August 1844.

    1951. ELIZABETH WILCOCKS, alias Vines , was indicted for a like offence; to which she pleaded GUILTY . Aged 26.— Judgment Respited.
  10. GEORGE HARE, unknown; JOHN PAYNE, unknown; WILLIAM GOOD-RIGHT, unknown; JAMES GOODRIGHT, unknown; HENRY GOODRIGHT, unknown; JAMES FLINN, unknown; WILLIAM PASSFIELD, unknown; MICHAEL MANNIX, unknown; JOHN SHAE, unknown, 18th August 1845.

    1794. GEORGE HARE, JOHN PAYNE, WILLIAM GOOD RIGHT, JAMES GOODRIGHT, HENRY GOODRIGHT, JAMES FLINN, WILLIAM PASSFIELD , MICHAEL MANNIX, alias Cornelius Mannix , and JOHN SHAE , were indicted for assaulting Thomas Wigzell, a peace officer, in the execution of...

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