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  1. WILLIAM CALEB THOMAS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 4th February 1850.

    505. WILLIAM CALEB THOMAS, alias Caleb Thomas , was indicted for uttering a forged 10l. note, with intent to defraud the Governor and Company of the Bank of England. MR. CLARKSON and SIR JOHN BAYLEY conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM FRY . I am a builder, ...
  2. MARY ANN JOHNSON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 16th June 1851.

    1393. MARY ANN JOHNSON, alias Jane Shaw, for feloniously uttering counterfeit coin: having been before convicted. MESSES. CLERK and EDGAR conducted the Prosecution. JOHN CHARLES REYNOLDS . I produce a certificate of the conviction of Mary Ann Johnson at th...
  3. WILLIAM JOHNSON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 5th April 1852.

    360. WILLIAM JOHNSON. alias TUMILTY . feloniously uttering counterfeit coin; having been before convicted: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 20.— Confined Two Years.
  4. MARY ANN DAVIS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 20th September 1852.

    885. MARY ANN DAVIS , alias JAMES , feloniously uttering counterfeit coin, having been before convicted for a like offence: to which she Pleaded GUILTY .— Transported for Seven Years.
  5. PAUL WHARTON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 22nd November 1852.

    77. PAUL WHARTON alias William Lamb , feloniously uttering counterfeit coin: having been before convicted. MESSRS. BODKIN and DAWSON conducted the Prosecution. SAMUEL JARMAN . I am clerk to the Solicitor to the Treasury. I produce a copy of a conviction fr...
  6. JOHN WILSON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 3rd January 1853.

    171. JOHN WILSON, alias WALKER , feloniously uttering counterfeit coin, having been before convicted; to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 28.— Confined Two Years.
  7. JOSEPH GARDNER, Royal Offences > coining offences, 28th February 1853.

    436. JOSEPH GARDNER, alias Heath , feloniously uttering counterfeit coin; having been before convicted: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 21.— Transported for Seven Years. Before Mr. Recorder.
  8. ELIZA EDWARDS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 4th April 1853.

    463. ELIZA EDWARDS, alias Emma Goodall , feloniously uttering counterfeit coin: having been before convicted. MESSRS. BODKIN and WOOLLETT conducted the Prosecution. SAMUEL JARMAN . I produce a certified copy of a conviction—(read—Eliza Edwards,...
  9. THOMAS ATKINSON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 4th April 1853.

    466. THOMAS ATKINSON alias George Clarke , feloniously uttering counterfeit coin, having been before convicted. MESSRS. BODKIN and WOOLLETT conducted the Prosecution. SAMUEL JARMAN . I produce a certified copy of conviction (read—"Thomas Atkinson, co...
  10. GEORGE THOMPSON, Royal Offences > coining offences; JOHN FITZGERALD, Royal Offences > coining offences, 13th June 1853.

    743. GEORGE THOMPSON, alias Cole , and JOHN FITZGERALD, alias Mullens , feloniously uttering counterfeit coin; having been before convicted: to which FITZGERALD PLEADED GUILTY . Aged 21.— Transported for Seven Years. MESSRS. DAWSON and POLAND conduct...

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