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  1. WILLIAM STYRING, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th January 1890.

    131. WILLIAM STYRING, alias GALLOWAY (20), PLEADED GUILTY ** to breaking and entering the counting house of Edward Lindsay Pembroke, and stealing six boxes of cigars, a dress suit, and other articles, after a conviction of felony in July, 1888.— Seve...
  2. ALFRED BRAITHWAITE EMMANUEL, Theft > extortion, 24th November 1890.

    48. ALFRED BRAITHWAITE EMMANUEL (40) , Threatening to publish a libel upon William Henry Colman, with intent to extort money. MRSSRS. BODKIN and TRAVERS HUMPHREYS Prosecuted, and MR. GRAIN Defended. WILLIAM HENRY COLMAN . I am a sharebroker and dealer at 1...
  3. JEWELL BEAUMONT, Theft > pocketpicking, 9th February 1891.

    246. JEWELL BEAUMONT, alias GEORGE ALLEN , was again indicted (See page 399) for stealing a watch from the person of William Frederick Adams. MR. BROMBY Prosecuted, and MR. GEOGHEGAN Defended. WILLIAM FREDERICK ADAMS . I live at Peckham—on 31st Augus...
  4. WILLIAM FORMAN, Theft > burglary; CECIL WESTOBY, Theft > burglary; GEORGE PRICE, unknown; FREDERICK HORNE, unknown; ROBERT GEAR, unknown, 25th July 1892.

    738. WILLIAM FORMAN , CECIL WESTOBY (62), GEORGE PRICE (43), FREDERICK HORNE (49), and ROBERT GEAR (42) , being in the dwelling house of James Jackson, feloniously stealing 200 cigars and other goods, and ?25, and afterwards feloniously breaking out. Secon...
  5. ALBERT GODDARD, Theft > burglary, 9th January 1893.

    159. ALBERT GODDARD, Burglary in the dwelling house of Hugh Patterson, and stealing a jacket, a ring, and a brooch, his property, and two overcoats and other goods, the property of Arthur Francis Thomas Grundy. MR. BAYLIS Prosecuted. ARTHUR FRANCIS THOMAS ...
  6. ARTHUR FOOT, Theft > simple larceny; EDWARD PEARCE, Theft > simple larceny, 8th January 1894.

    179. ARTHUR FOOT(20), and EDWARD PEARCE(20), PLEADED GUILTY to stealing three envelopes, three pieces of paper, and an order for the payment of ?1 13s., the goods of James Williams. PEARCE also PLEADED GUILTY to a conviction of felony at this Court in May,...
  7. CHARLES YOUNG, Theft > theft from a specified place; HENRY HARLOW, Theft > theft from a specified place; JAMES TULLEY, Theft > theft from a specified place, 5th February 1894.

    231. CHARLES YOUNG (16) HENRY HARLOW (16), and JAMES TULLEY (17) [Pleaded guilty: see original trial image] , to breaking and entering the warehouse of the Mechanical Trading Company, Limited, and stealing a rug and other articles, the goods of Charles Her...
  8. HENRY GILMOUR, Theft > burglary; JAMES WARD, Theft > burglary, 19th November 1894.

    65. HENRY GILMOUR (42) and JAMES WARD (31) , Burglary in the dwelling house of Francis William Burton, and stealing a brooch and other articles. Second Count, receiving the same. MR. BESLEY Prosecuted;MR. HUTTON Defended Gilmour; and MR. LAWLESS Defended W...
  9. FREDERICK DENNIS, Theft > pocketpicking; JOHN BISHOP, Theft > pocketpicking; ALBERT BETTS, Theft > pocketpicking, 25th March 1895.

    327. FREDERICK DENNIS (24), JOHN BISHOP (34), and ALBERT BETTS, alias THOMAS COSTELLO (20) , Stealing a watch, the property of Ernest Edward Pocock, from his person. MR. FARELLY Prosecuted. JOHN LANDY (Detective, City). On March 14th I was in Cheapside, ab...
  10. JANIE RING, Theft > stealing from master; ELIZABETH SMITH, Theft > stealing from master; ANNIE RING, Theft > stealing from master, 22nd April 1895.

    368. JANIE RING (22), ELIZABETH SMITH, alias ROSS (31), and ANNIE RING (20) were charged on four indictments with stealing six spoons, eight forks, a bottle of whisky, 2s., ?1 4s. 8 1/2 d and 18s. 6d., the goods and money of Henry Price, the master of Jani...

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