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  1. ANNIE HAMMOND, Theft > pocketpicking; MARY ANN GREEN, Theft > pocketpicking; SARAH VALENTINE, Theft > pocketpicking, 26th April 1880.

    364. ANNIE HAMMOND alias HAMILTON (23), MARY ANN GREEN (24), and SARAH VALENTINE (27) , Stealing a watch of John Steel from his person. MR. HURRELL Prosecuted; MR. THORNE COLE appeared for Hammond, and MR. GEOGHEGAN for Green. JOHN STEEL . I am a draper, a...
  2. JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft, 24th May 1880.

    448. JOHN HATCH, alias LAWRENCE GILBERT (48), to stealing, while employed in the Post Office, a letter containing two cheques, also to detaining three post letters, also to secreting while employed in the Post Office 2,034 letters, the property of Her Maje...
  3. JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft, 24th May 1880.

    448. JOHN HATCH, alias LAWRENCE GILBERT (48), to stealing, while employed in the Post Office, a letter containing two cheques, also to detaining three post letters, also to secreting while employed in the Post Office 2,034 letters, the property of Her Maje...
  4. JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft; JOHN HATCH, Theft > mail theft, 24th May 1880.

    448. JOHN HATCH, alias LAWRENCE GILBERT (48), to stealing, while employed in the Post Office, a letter containing two cheques, also to detaining three post letters, also to secreting while employed in the Post Office 2,034 letters, the property of Her Maje...
  5. GEORGE SINNETT, Theft > burglary; WILLIAM MOGOWAN, Theft > burglary, 3rd August 1880.

    421. GEORGE SINNETT (20) and WILLIAM MOGOWAN,(24) alias WEBB , Burglary in the dwelling house of Richard Webb, and stealing two coats, one pair of trousers, and other articles, his property. MR. KEITH FRITH Prosecuted. HENRY TOWNSHEND (Policeman 311 X). Ab...
  6. JOHN SMITH, Theft > pocketpicking, 13th September 1880.

    508. JOHN SMITH alias CHARLES CASTLE (40) , Stealing a chain from the person of Auguste Gabriel Lavache. MR. DOUGLAS Prosecuted. AUGUSTS GABRIEL LAVACHE (Interpreted). I am a box maker, and live at 96, Offord Road, Islington—on Sunday night, 16th Aug...
  7. GEORGE FOWLER, Theft > burglary; ELLEN MOORE, Theft > burglary; WILLIAM SPENCER, Theft > burglary; SAMUEL PEPPERELL, Theft > burglary, 23rd November 1880.

    69. GEORGE FOWLER (18), ELLEN MOORE (20), WILLIAM SPENCER alias SIMES (23), and SAMUEL PEPPERELL (19) , Burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Robins, and stealing a coat, a concertina, and other articles, his property. MR. POLAND...
  8. VICTOR SEYMOUR, Theft > burglary; ALFRED OLIVER, Theft > burglary, 13th December 1880.

    121. VICTOR SEYMOUR (19) and ALFRED OLIVER (18) , Burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Henry Williams, and stealing a coat and other goods. Second Count, for receiving. MR. PURCELL Prosecuted. HENRY WILLIAMS . I live at 15, Victoria Ro...
  9. HENRY HALL, Theft > mail theft, 12th September 1881.

    755. HENRY HALL alias NORTON (25) to stealing, whilst employed in the Post office, four letters, two post office orders and a cheque, also to forging a receipt to the said order.— Five Years' Penal Servitude. [Pleaded guilty: See original trial image...
  10. JAMES BOYCE, Theft > simple larceny, 10th September 1883.

    814. JAMES BOYCE alias SMITH (34) , Stealing a metal boiler, the goods of Thomas Stevens and another. MR. CULPEPER Prosecuted. WILLIAM JOHNSON . I am cashier to Thomas Stevens, of 35, Upper Thames Street, iron founder—on the 8th August this kitchen r...

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