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  1. WILLIAM MEALE, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; GEORGE DAY, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; WILLIAM MEALE, Breaking Peace > assault; GEORGE DAY, Breaking Peace > assault, 14th August 1871.

    594. WILLIAM MEALE (22), and GEORGE DAY (28), were indicted for that they, well knowing that one Robert Lea, alias Muller, had burglariously broken and entered the dwelling house of Henry Smith, and had stolen various articles, feloniously did receive, har...
  2. SARAH SATCHWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; HARRIET MURCH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; MARY DARWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 27th October 1873.

    656. SARAH SATCHWELL (65), HARRIET MURCH alias DAY (34), and MARY DARWELL (34), were indicted for feloniously using a certain instrument with intent to procure the miscarriage of one Harriet Murch the younger. MESSRS. POLAND and MEAD conducted the Prosecut...
  3. PIETRO FERARI, Miscellaneous, 22nd November 1875.

    36. In the case of PIETRO FERARI (34), alias PETER FARRELL [No offence given: see original trial image], the Jury, upon the evidence of Mr. John Rowland Gibson, surgeon of the gaol, found the prisoner insane— To be detained during Her Majesty's Pleas...
  4. JOHN PATEMAN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; RICHARD SANDFORD, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; WILLIAM SMITH, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JOHN NICHOLLS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; RAYNER DOBBS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; HENRY GORRINGE, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 13th December 1875.

    71. JOHN PATEMAN (40), RICHARD SANDFORD (29), WILLIAM SMITH (42), JOHN NICHOLLS (30), RAYNER DOBBS alias TOM NORFOLK (50), and HENRY GORRINGE (30), were indicted for conspiring to steal a large quantity of whiskey and other spirits, the property of Edward ...
  5. JOHN MEIKLEJOHN, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; NATHANIEL DRUSCOVICH, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; WILLIAM PALMER, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; GEORGE CLARKE, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; EDWARD FROGATT, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 22nd October 1877.

    805. JOHN MEIKLEJOHN (38), NATHANIEL DRUSCOVICH (37), WILLIAM PALMER (43), GEORGE CLARKE (60), and EDWARD FROGATT (35), were indicted for Unlawfully conspiring with William Kurr, Harry Benson, and others to obstruct, defeat, and pervert the due course of p...