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  1. MARY DRING in trial of MARGARET GILES, Theft > theft from a specified place, 1st July 1801.

    600. MARGARET GILES was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 20th of June , a pair ofsheets, value 10s. a blanket, value 2s. a bolster, value 5s. a pillow, value 1s. and a pillow case, value 1s. the property of George Cruslac , in a lodging room . GEO...
  2. MARY ANN DRING, witness name in trial of ELIZABETH NEAL, Royal Offences > coining offences, 11th May 1863.

    684. ELIZABETH NEAL (26) , Unlawfully having in her possession counterfeit coin with intent to utter it. MESSRS. COOKS and CRAWFORD conducted the Prosecution. THOMAS WARD (Policeman, K 150). On 22d April I was on duty in Bonner's row, Victoria park, and he...
  3. MARY ANNE DRING, 45, defendant name in trial of MARY ANNE DRING, Royal Offences > coining offences, 8th June 1863.

    786. MARY ANNE DRING (45), was indicted for a like offence, to which she PLEADED GUILTY — Confined Twelve Months.
  4. MARY ANN DRING, 48, defendant name in trial of MARY ANN DRING, Royal Offences > coining offences, 30th January 1865.

    235. MARY ANN DRING** (48) .[Feloniously uttering counterfeit coin: See original trial image.]— Five Years* Penal Servitude. [Pleaded Guilty: See original trial image.]
  5. MARY ANN DRING, witness name in trial of MARGARET LAMB, Killing > manslaughter, 22nd June 1885.

    627. MARGARET LAMB (40) was indicted for and charged on the Coroner's Inquisition with, the manslaughter of Annie Kimble. MESSRS. POLAND and MONTAGU WILLIAMS Prosecuted. SARAH KIMBLE . I am married, and live at 66, Willis Street, Bromley—on Wednesday...