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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 1880s

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  1. WILLIAM BUTCHER, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; JOHN SMITH, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; MARY ANN COOKE, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 3rd August 1880.

    423. WILLIAM BUTCHER (27), JOHN SMITH (43), and MARY ANN COOKE (37) , Unlawfully endeavouring to bribe Squire White, a police officer. MR. POLAND Prosecuted; MR. BESLEY appeared for Butcher; MR. MONTAGU WILLIAMS for Smith; and MR. WARNER SLEIGH and MR. FUL...
  2. JOHN COLEMAN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JAMES KIRKLANB, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 2nd May 1881.

    502. JOHN COLEMAN (32), and JAMES KIRKLANB (32) , Unlawfully conspiring with other persons, to procure Coleman to be appointed a barman. MR. BESLEY Prosecuted; MR. WILDBY WRIGHT defended Kirldand. JOSEPH MTDGLEY . I am manager to Frederick Button, of the S...
  3. CHARLES LEESON, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 2nd May 1881.

    481. CHARLES LEESON, alias GLEESON, alias POWELL (46) , Feloniously being at large within Her Majesty's dominions before the expiration of his sentence. MESSRS. POLAND and MONTAGU WILLIAMS Prosecuted; MR. BESLEY Defended. WILLIAM READER (Police Sergeant E)...
  4. GARSCHON CZARNICHOWSKI, Deception > forgery; ABRAHAM MYERS, Deception > forgery; ABRAHAM MYERS, Miscellaneous, 3rd August 1886.

    816. GARSCHON CZARNICHOWSKI, alias ABRAHAMS (40), and ABRAHAM MYERS (58) , Feloniously and without lawful excuse having in their possession an engraving of part of a Russian note for 25 roubles of the Empire of Russia. Other Counts varying the forms of cha...