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  1. CHARLES ALBROW, Theft > simple larceny; JAMES JENNER, Theft > simple larceny, 10th December 1900.

    87. CHARLES ALBROW (alias Charles Martin ) (27) and JAMES JENNER (41) , Stealing 240 boxes of bovril, the property of William Stannard. MR. ABINGER Prosecuted, and MR. PURCELL Defended Albrow. ALBERT EDWARD STANNARD . I am manager to my brother, a carman, ...
  2. PAUL MASCHKE, Theft > simple larceny; unknown, 13th May 1901.

    389. PAUL MASCHKE (21), alias SID MAY , Stealing a bicycle, the property of Hardman James Slade. MR. CLARKE Prosecuted. HARDMAN JAMES SLADE . I live at 36, Walshingham Road, Clapton—on April 24th I advertised a bicycle for sale—I missed it on M...
  3. REGINALD ALOYSIUS SIDGREAVES, Theft > extortion, 21st July 1902.

    546. REGINALD ALOYSIUS SIDGREAVES, alias GEORGE GORDON DUFF (26), PLEADED GUILTY to two indictments for sending two letters to Augusta Montgomery, demanding money with menaces Five years' penal servitude.
  4. ALFRED ARISS, Theft > burglary; ALFRED ARISS, Theft > simple larceny, 9th February 1903.

    233. ALFRED ARISS alias BRADSHAW (52) PLEADED GUILTY to burglary in the dwelling house of George Payne, and stealing two over coats and other articles, his property; also to stealing a bicycle, the property of Frederick Walter Wright, having been convicted...
  5. ALFRED ARISS, Theft > burglary; ALFRED ARISS, Theft > simple larceny, 9th February 1903.

    233. ALFRED ARISS alias BRADSHAW (52) PLEADED GUILTY to burglary in the dwelling house of George Payne, and stealing two over coats and other articles, his property; also to stealing a bicycle, the property of Frederick Walter Wright, having been convicted...
  6. FREDERICK GILES, Theft > housebreaking, 20th June 1904.

    535. FREDERICK GILES (28), alias JOHN DAYMAN , Breaking and entering the dwelling house of John Haslar Haslar, and stealing a clock and other articles, his property. MR. TURNER Prosecuted. JOHN HASLAR HASLAR . I live at 80, Bousfield Road, Nunhead, and am ...
  7. JOHN SMITH, Theft > mail theft, 22nd July 1907.

    SMITH. John, alias MILLER (28, coachman), pleaded guilty to stealing 13 post letters, the property of the Postmaster General. Mr. Forster Boulton, M.P., prosecuted. On the night of June 18, Lady Watts, living on the Chelsea Embankment, gave a letter with c...
  8. ARTHUR PRESTON GREENE, Theft > simple larceny; CHARLES RORER, Theft > simple larceny; CHARLES RORER, Theft > receiving; ARTHUR PRESTON GREENE, Theft > simple larceny, 10th September 1907.

    GREENE, Arthur Preston (34, baker), and RORER, Charles (38, salesman) ; both stealing five brooches, the property of George William Ryder, the elder; both stealing two brooches and one ring, the property of John C. Moore and others; Rorer feloniously recei...
  9. ARTHUR PRESTON GREENE, Theft > simple larceny; CHARLES RORER, Theft > simple larceny; CHARLES RORER, Theft > receiving; ARTHUR PRESTON GREENE, Theft > simple larceny, 10th September 1907.

    GREENE, Arthur Preston (34, baker), and RORER, Charles (38, salesman) ; both stealing five brooches, the property of George William Ryder, the elder; both stealing two brooches and one ring, the property of John C. Moore and others; Rorer feloniously recei...
  10. ARTHUR PRESTON GREENE, Theft > simple larceny; CHARLES RORER, Theft > simple larceny; CHARLES RORER, Theft > receiving; ARTHUR PRESTON GREENE, Theft > simple larceny, 10th September 1907.

    GREENE, Arthur Preston (34, baker), and RORER, Charles (38, salesman) ; both stealing five brooches, the property of George William Ryder, the elder; both stealing two brooches and one ring, the property of John C. Moore and others; Rorer feloniously recei...

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