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  1. CATHERINE FRANCES, Royal Offences > coining offences; MARY DUNLAP, Royal Offences > coining offences; ANN MINCHER, Royal Offences > coining offences; JAMES ELTON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 2nd April 1800.

    339. CATHERINE FRANCES, alias DUNN , MARY DUNLAP , ANN MINCHER , and JAMES ELTON , were indicted for uttering, on the 6th of March , a counterfeit shilling, to one Mary Locke , as and for a good shilling, knowing the same to be counterfeit . (The case was ...
  2. EDWARD JONES, Royal Offences > coining offences, 28th May 1800.

    347. EDWARD JONES, alias DIGHT , was again indicted, for that he, not being a person employed in or for the Mint or Mints, of our Lord the King, in the Tower of London, or elsewhere; nor authorized by the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, or the Lord Hi...
  3. EDWARDS JONES, Royal Offences > coining offences; MARY CAMPBELL, Royal Offences > coining offences, 28th May 1800.

    346. EDWARDS JONES, alias DIGHT , and MARY CAMPBELL, alias DIGHT , were indicted for that they, on the 24th of April , a piece of false and counterfeit money to the likeness of a shilling, falsely, deceitfully, and traiterously did forge, counterfeit and c...
  4. HONOUR NEVIN, Royal Offences > coining offences, 29th October 1800.

    745. HONOUR NEVIN , alias CONWAY , was indicted for that she, on the 20th of October , twenty four pieces of false and counterfeit milled money and coin, made and counterfeited to the likeness of a good sixpence of the current coin of this realm; and thirt...
  5. RICHARD HARNELL, Royal Offences > tax offences, 15th April 1801.

    331. RICHARD HARNELL, alias LITTLE DICK , was indicted for that he, on the 13th of May, in the 32d year of his Majesly's reign , near Sisewell, in the country of Suffolk , ten guns loaded with gunpowder and leaden bullets, in a certain boat upon the sea, d...
  6. MARIA BARRELL, Royal Offences > coining offences, 20th May 1801.

    528. MARIA BARRELL , alias ADAIR , was indicted for uttering. on the 22d of April, to one Nicholas Becue , a counterfeit half guinea, knowing it to be counterfeit; and the indictment further charged, that, at the same time, she had about her a counterfeit ...
  7. THOMAS WILLIAMS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 13th January 1802.

    173. THOMAS WILLIAMS , alias WILLIAM MEYERS was indicted for feloniously uttering, on the 12th of December , one piece of false and counterfeit money, of the likeness of half a guinea, as and for a piece of good and current money, called half a guinea, unl...
  8. MARY SMITH, Royal Offences > coining offences, 20th April 1803.

    440. MARY SMITH , alias TAYLOR , was indicted for uttering, on the 15th of March , to one John Richard Wilkins , a counterfeit shilling, knowing it to be false and counterfeit .(The case was opened by Mr. Knowlys.) JOHN RICHARD WILKINS sworn. I am shopman ...
  9. JANE RAFTRY, Royal Offences > coining offences, 17th September 1806.

    427. JANE RAFTRY , alias HOLDEN , was indicted for that she at the general quarter session of the peace held on the 7th of January, in the forty fifth year of his Majesty's reign, was tried and convicted of being a common utterer of false and counterfeited...
  10. ROBERT ROBERT SMITH, Royal Offences > coining offences, 16th September 1807.

    559. ROBERT SMITH , alias ROBERT UTTING SMITH , was indicted for that he at the general quarter sessions of the peace holden for the county of Middlesex on the 14th of April in the forty sixth year of his Majesty's reign, was tried and convicted of being a...

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