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  1. WILLIAM SCOREY, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JAMES FRASER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JAMES RICHARD GURLING, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; FRANCIS BROWN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; MARY TURTON, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; WILLIAM GRANT, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; GEORGE WILLIAM PARK, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; SAMUEL LEWIS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; THOMAS MAKEHAM, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; MARTIN FARRELL, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 24th March 1890.

    331. WILLIAM SCOREY (51), JAMES FRASER (32), JAMES RICHARD GURLING (33), FRANCIS BROWN (55), MARY TURTON (39), WILLIAM GRANT (44), GEORGE WILLIAM PARK (35), SAMUEL LEWIS (45), THOMAS MAKEHAM (61), and MARTIN FARRELL (42), were indicted (in Sixty nine Count...
  2. WILLIAM OLIVER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 23rd June 1890.

    496. WILLIAM OLIVER, alias THE MARQUIS DE LEUVILLE , Conspiring with William Cronin and others to wreck the performance of a play called The Gold Craze, and to injure John Henry Barnes, in his profession as an actor. Mr. COCK, Q. C., appeared for the prose...
  3. HENRY HALLAM, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 9th March 1891.

    268. HENRY HALLAM, alias ABRAHAM KAUFFMAN (20) PLEADED GUILTY to unlawfully conspiring with James O'Brien to obtain 264 books from Thomas Rawborn, and 34 books from Sampson Low and Company, Limited. Recommended to mercy by the prosecutors, believing him to...
  4. GEORGE LEVY, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 14th November 1892.

    54. GEORGE LEVY (alias Leach) (24), Conspiring with Max Brenner to obtain his employment as a barman; Other Counts varying the charge. MESSRS. BESLEY and TRAVERS HUMPHREYS Prosecuted; and MR. PURCELL Defended. The prisoner, by the advice of his Counsel, st...
  5. ANN MATILDA BROUGHTON, Miscellaneous; GEORGE PHILIP BROUGHTON, Miscellaneous; ANN MATILDA BROUGHTON, Killing > manslaughter; GEORGE PHILIP BROUGHTON, Killing > manslaughter, 9th January 1893.

    207. ANN MATILDA BROUGHTON (66) and GEORGE PHILIP BROUGHTON (22) , Having the custody and control of Edith Maud Brown, alias Edith Maud Broughton , aged four years and six months, did unlawfully and wilfully neglect her in a manner likely to cause her unne...
  6. DANIEL MORTIMER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JOHN CHARLES SKATES, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; NORMAN GOLDEN HENNAH, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JOHN ABRAHAMS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; ANTONY MADDOWS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 24th February 1896.

    275. DANIEL MORTIMER, alias SKATES ; JOHN CHARLES SKATES, alias CHARLES BARRINGTON ; NORMAN GOLDEN HENNAH ; JOHN ABRAHAMS, alias CHARLES BARRINGTON , alias J.C. SKATES ; and ANTONY MADDOWS , were indicted for unlawfully conspiring to obtain an order for ?5...