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  1. Front matter from Proceedings, 9th February 1891.

    CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT Sessions Paper. SAVORY, MAYOR. FOURTH SESSION, HELD FEBRUARY 9TH, 1891. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE. TAKEN IN SHORT HAND, BY JAMES DROVER BARNETT AND ALEXANDER BUCKLER, Short hand Writers to the Court, ROLLS CHAMBERS, No. 89, CHANCERY LANE. ...
  2. THOMAS AUGUSTUS CLARK, Breaking Peace > libel, 9th February 1891.

    174. THOMAS AUGUSTUS CLARK PLEADED GUILTY to unlawfully publishing a defamatory libel of and concerning John Eraser— Discharged on his own recognisances.
  3. JOSEPH LEWIS, Theft > simple larceny, 9th February 1891.

    175. JOSEPH LEWIS (27) , to indictments for stealing two overcoats and other goods of different persons— Twelve Months' Hard Labour. [Pleaded guilty: See original trial image.]
  4. GEORGE HENRY YOUNG, Theft > mail theft, 9th February 1891.

    176. GEORGE HENRY YOUNG (22) , to stealing, whilst employed in the Post Office, a post packet containing a post packet of the Postmaster General — Twelve Months' Hard Labour. [Pleaded guilty: See original trial image.] And
  5. WILLIAM JAMES GUTHRIE, Theft > mail theft, 9th February 1891.

    (177) WILLIAM JAMES GUTHRIE (18) , to stealing a post packet containing six cigars whilst employed in the Post Office. He received an excellent character— Discharged on his own recognisances. [Pleaded guilty: See original trial image.]
  6. WALTER WILLIAMS, Theft > theft from a specified place, 9th February 1891.

    178. WALTER WILLIAMS (20) , Breaking and entering the shop of Henry Bracey, and stealing three saws and other tools of James Penn and others. MR. PARTRIDGE Prosecuted. JAMES SMITH . I live at 62, Basnet Road, Walworth—I am a carpenter, and work for H...
  7. DAVID EVANS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 9th February 1891.

    179. DAVID EVANS** (61) PLEADED GUILTY to feloniously uttering counterfeit coin after a conviction of a like offence at Maidstone on 10th July, 1885.— Six Years' Penal Servitude.
  8. WILLIAM BALE, Royal Offences > coining offences, 9th February 1891.

    180. WILLIAM BALE (36) , Unlawfully uttering counterfeit coin. MR. WILMOT Prosecuted. MARY ANDERSON . My husband keeps the Lord Exmouth, Maroon Street, Limehouse—on 26th September I served the prisoner with some beer—he gave me a bad shilling&#...
  9. WILLIAM GROVES, Theft > pocketpicking; JEWELL BEAUMONT, Theft > pocketpicking, 9th February 1891.

    181. WILLIAM GROVES (46) and JEWELL BEAUMONT (30) , Stealing a purse, three keys, and ?1 3s. 11 3/4 d. from the person of Maria Sture. MR. JONES Prosecuted; MR. POYNTER appeared for Groves, and MR. GEOGHEOAN for Beaumont. MARIA STURE . I am single, and liv...
  10. ELLEN ROSAMOND PECK, Deception > forgery, 9th February 1891.

    182. ELLEN ROSAMOND PECK, Feloniously forging and uttering a receipt for ?5, with intent to defraud. MR. RICHARDS Prosecuted, and MR. WILLES Defended. JAMES KING THOMPSON . I am a ship's steward—I am now staying at 29, Whitcomb Street. Leicester Squa...