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  1. JAMES BROWN, Theft > stealing from master, 27th February 1860.

    251. JAMES BROWN, alias John James (26) , Stealing 15 ounces of copper, value 2s., the property of Edmund Pontifex, his master; to which he PLEADED GUILTY .— Confined Nine Months.
  2. JOHN RICHARDSON, Theft > housebreaking; THOMAS BURROWS, Theft > housebreaking, 2nd April 1860.

    370. JOHN RICHARDSON (23), and THOMAS BURROWS (50) , Feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of John Weeks, and stealing therein, 1 desk and 2 table covers, his goods—Second Count, Feloniously receiving the same. MR. SHAPE conducted the ...
  3. WILLIAM SMITH, Theft > burglary; THOMAS FISHER, Theft > burglary, 17th September 1860.

    832. WILLIAM SMITH (31), and THOMAS FISHER (29) , Burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Skinner, and stealing therein 26 boots, 1 pair of uppers, and 2 pairs of boot fronts, his property. MR. BEST conducted the Prosecution. WILL...
  4. JAMES THOMAS, Theft > burglary, 28th January 1861.

    160. JAMES THOMAS, alias Patrick Bowling (30), was indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Baroness Talbot de Malahide, and stealing therein 1 necklace and other articles, value 2,000l. her property. MESSRS. METCALFE and ...
  5. JOHN FENNELL, Theft > housebreaking, 8th April 1861.

    300. JOHN FENNELL, alias Varmer (20) , Feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Jackson Rideout, and stealing therein 8 wooden penholders, his property; to which he PLEADED GUILTY .— Confined Eighteen Months.
  6. JOHN MUNTON, Theft > burglary; JOHN LITTON, Theft > burglary, 5th May 1861.

    428. JOHN MUNTON (50), and JOHN LITTON (28) , Burglary in the dwelling house of Levi Clarke, with intent to steal. MR. DICKIE conducted the Prosecution. LEVI CLARKE . I am landlord of the Green Man public house, Hoxton—on the morning of Wednesday, 17...
  7. WILLIAM HARTLEY, Theft > housebreaking, 23rd September 1861.

    736. WILLIAM HARTLEY, alias SELWAY (19) , Feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of James Barry, and stealing therein 1 bowl, value 6d., 12 postage stamps, and 1 coat, value 10s., his property. MR. GRESHAM conducted the Prosecution. THOMAS HA...
  8. WILLIAM SMITH, Theft > simple larceny, 21st October 1861.

    832. WILLIAM SMITH, alias. DALTON (61), was indicted for stealing, on 21st July, 1 bag, 1 coat, 5 shirts and other articles, the property of Richard Thompson; also, or stealing, on 28th August, 1 portmanteau, 12 shirts, and other articles, the property of ...
  9. DAVID GEORGE, Theft > theft from a specified place; GEORGE HALL, Theft > theft from a specified place, 3rd March 1862.

    279. DAVID GEORGE (23), and GEORGE HALL (19), alias ALCOCK , Stealing 1 wooden bowl, and 56 sovereigns, the property of Joseph Brown, in his dwelling house; to which GEORGE PLEADED GUILTY .— Confined Twelve Months. MR. METCALFE conducted the Prosecut...
  10. GEORGE FENWICK, Theft > theft from a specified place; GEORGE WOOD, Theft > theft from a specified place; JAMES MAY, Theft > theft from a specified place, 27th October 1862.

    1127. GEORGE FENWICK, alias Frederick Horrocks (19), was again indicted, together with GEORGE WOOD (25), and JAMES MAY (19) , for stealing in the dwelling house of George Joseph Gillman, clerk, 1 cream jug and other goods, his property. MR. DALEY conducted...

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