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  1. JANE BLINKFORD, Royal Offences > coining offences, 2nd March 1840.

    817. JANE BLINKFORD, alias Mary Williams, was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering a counterfeit shilling, to John Apple Englehart, tin the 13th of February; having been previously convicted of uttering counterfeit coin. THE HON. MR. SCARLETT an...
  2. JAMES SIMPSON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 6th July 1840.

    1914. JAMES SIMPSON, alias Henry Moore, was indicted for a misdemeanor. MR. CHAMBERS. conducted the Prosecution. CHARLOTTE FRASER . I am the wife of Robert Fraser, a baker, at Upper Marsh, Lambeth. On the 12th of June the prisoner came to my shop and asked...
  3. WILLIAM AMES, Royal Offences > coining offences, 17th August 1840.

    1958. WILLIAM AMES, alias Ranger, was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering a counterfeit shilling to Esther Calvert, having been previously convicted of uttering counterfeit coin. CAEB EDWARD POWELL . I produce a copy of the record of the convic...
  4. RICHARD HARRIS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 17th August 1840.

    1957. RICHARD HARRIS, alias Perkins, was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering a counterfeit shilling to Ann Noah; having been previously convicted of uttering counterfeit coin. CALEB EDWARD POWELL . I am assistant solicitor to the Mint. I produc...
  5. JOHN GREEN, Royal Offences > coining offences; GEORGE WILLIAMS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 14th December 1840.

    277. JOHN GREEN, alias Wollard, and GEORGE WILLIAMS , were indicted for unlawfully uttering a counterfeit half crown, they having been previously convicted of uttering counterfeit coin; to which they pleaded GUILTY .— Transported for Seven Years. Bef...
  6. WILLIAM DIXON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 1st February 1841.

    656. WILLIAM DIXON, alias Robert Jones, was indicted for a misdemeanor. MESSRS. BODKIN AND ESPINASSE conducted the Prosecution. JAMES HENRY HOPPE . I am a stationer, and live in the Strand. On the 16th of January, between five and six o'clock in the evenin...
  7. SOPHIA WILSON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 10th May 1841.

    1310. SOPHIA WILSON, alias Elizabeth Anstress , was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering a counterfeit sixpence; she having been previously convicted of a like offence. MESSRS. ELLIS and BODKIN conducted the Prosecution. CALEB EDWARD POWELL . I ...
  8. MARY GOUGH, Royal Offences > coining offences, 5th July 1841.

    1871. MARY GOUGH, alias Thomas, alias Smith , was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering a counterfeit half crown, on the 17th of June, to John Layton; having been before convicted, on the 15th of October, (4th William IV.,) of uttering counterfei...
  9. WILLIAM CALPE, Royal Offences > coining offences, 31st January 1842.

    631. WILLIAM CALPE, alias Smith, alias Capp, was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering, on the 5th of January, 1 counterfeit shilling to Sarah James, having been previously convicted of uttering counterfeit coin. MESSRS. ELLIS and BODKIN conducte...
  10. SARAH CULL, Royal Offences > coining offences, 31st January 1842.

    628. SARAH CULL, alias Barnes, was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering, on the 4th of January, a counterfeit sixpence to Charlotte Liddiard, having been previously convicted of uttering counterfeitcoin; to which she pleaded GUILTY . Aged 48....

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