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  1. SOLOMON IDSWELL, Deception > forgery, 20th May 1795.

    267. SOLOMON IDSWELL was indicted for that he, on the 1st of January , did falsely make, forge and counterfiet, and did cause and procure to be falsely made, forged and counterfeited, and did willingly act and assist in falsely making, forging and counterf...
  2. JOSEPH SMITH, Theft > grand larceny, 16th September 1795.

    420. JOSEPH SMITH was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 22d of November , ten pounds, the monies of Charles Inwood ; a warrant for the payment of money, to Messrs Coutts and Co. of the value of 781, three promissory notes, of the value of 5l. 5s. e...
  3. PETER CATAPODI, Deception > forgery, 28th October 1795.

    472. PETER CATAPODI was indicted for that he, on the 5th of August , feloniously did falsely make, forge, and counterfeit, and did cause to be falsely made, forged, and counterfeited, and did willingly act and assist in falsely making, forging, and counter...
  4. JOHN ROBERTS, Deception > forgery, 13th January 1796.

    101. JOHN ROBERTS , otherwise COLIN RECULIST , was indicted for forging, on the 26th of June , a certain promissory note, bearing date, Plymouth, 24th of May, 1795, purporting to be signed under the hand of W. Howard, where by the said W. Howard promised t...
  5. JOHN HENRY GADE, Deception > forgery, 17th February 1796.

    206. JOHN HENRY GADE was indicted for feloniously causing and procuring to be falsely made, forged and counterfeited, a transfer of the sum of 50l. to be the interest or share of William Harrison , in the joint stock of Three percent. Consolidated Bank Ann...
  6. GEORGE CROSSLEY, Deception > forgery, 17th February 1796.

    224. GEORGE CROSSLEY was indicted (with Sir JOHN BRIGGS , Bart. HENRY HOLLAND , and WILLIAM AUSTIN , not in custody), for forging and counterfeiting, and uttering and publishing the same as true, on the 29th of April , a certain paper, purporting to be the...
  7. HENRY WESTON, Deception > forgery, 11th May 1796.

    343. HENRY WESTON was indicted, for that he on the 22d of January did make, forge and counterfeit, and cause and procure to be made, forged and counterfeited; a certain deed or power of attorney, signed by Lieutenant General Patrick Tonyn , and witnessed b...
  8. Supplementary material, 22nd June 1796.

    GADE'S CASE. THE prisoner, John Henry Gade was tried at the Sessions at this place, holden in February last, on an indictment which charged that William Harrison was possessed of an interest or share of 50l. in the joint stock of 3 per cent. Consolidated A...
  9. Punishment summary, 22nd June 1796.

    Mr.JUSTICE BULLER DELIVERED THE OPINIONS OF THE JUDGES ON THE FOLLOWING CASES: WILLIAM TILLEY , and others. WILLIAM TILLEY , and several others, were tried this time twelvemonth, and the case was this: One Isdwell Isdwell was apprehended for forgery, and w...
  10. MATTHIAS PARKES, Deception > forgery; THOMAS BROWN, Deception > forgery, 14th September 1796.

    460. MATTHIAS PARKES and THOMAS BROWN were indicted for forging and counterfeiting a five guinea Bank note , dated Rington, Salop, April 20, 1796. Second Court. For uttering the same, knowing it to be forged. (The indictment was opened by Mr. Knapp, and th...