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  1. HENRY PICKFORD, Theft > theft from a specified place; WILLIAM GEORGE MORRIS, Theft > theft from a specified place, 10th January 1870.

    170. HENRY PICKFORD (20), and WILLIAM GEORGE MORRIS (18) , Feloniously stealing two pictures in the dwelling house of Jane Jones and putting her in bodily fear by menaces and threats. MR. MOODY conducted the Prosecution; and Mr. RIBTON defended Morris. JAN...
  2. GEORGE CHILDS, Theft > extortion, 27th February 1871.

    229. GEORGE CHILDS (45) , Feloniously sending to William Richard Jeune, a letter demanding money, with menaces, and without any reasonable or probable cause. MR. R. N. PHILIPPS conducted the Prosecution; and MR. HOLLINGS the Defence. WILLIAM RICHARD JEUNE ...
  3. HANNAH NEWINGTON, Killing > manslaughter, 10th July 1871.

    552. HANNAH NEWINGTON, alias FLORA DAVEY (37) , Feloniously killing and slaying Frederick Graves Moon. MESSRS. GIFFARD, Q.C., POLAND, and STRAIGHT conducted the Prosecution; and MR. SERJEANT PARRY and MR. EDWARD JAMES the Defence. CHARLES ROWE (Policeman X...
  4. GEORGE EDWARDS, Theft > simple larceny; JAMES MCGRATH, Theft > simple larceny, 20th November 1871.

    55. GEORGE EDWARDS (22), and JAMES McGRATH (22), Stealing six blankets and twenty pairs of leggings, of Joseph Baxendale and others. MR. BESLEY conducted the Prosecution; MR. STRAIGHT defended Edwards, and MR. ST. AUBYN defended McGrath. HARRY ACKERS . I a...
  5. JOHN DOBBS, Theft > stealing from master, 13th July 1874.

    488. JOHN DOBBS (29) , Stealing six bottles of wine, the property of the Great Eastern Railway Company, his masters. MESSRS. BESLEY, WILLIAMS, and VIVIAN conducted the Prosecution; and MR. STRAIGHT the Defence. CHARLES DIBBIN . I am foreman to Pickford and...
  6. JOHN BILLINGSLEY, Theft > stealing from master; WALTER GILLIES, Theft > stealing from master, 3rd April 1876.

    286. JOHN BILLINGSLEY (32), and WALTER GILLIES (22) , Stealing 121 yards of cloth of the London and North Western Railway Company, the masters of Billingsley. MESSRS. STRAIGHT and HUMPHRIES conducted the Prosecution; Mr. W.SLEIGH appeared for Billingsley a...
  7. JAMES HUMPHRIES, Deception > fraud; HENRY SMITH, Deception > fraud; EDWARD HOUGHTON, Deception > fraud; MARY ROBINSON, Deception > fraud, 29th May 1876.

    389. JAMES HUMPHRIES (28), HENRY SMITH (38), EDWARD HOUGHTON (22), MARY ROBINSON (53) , Unlawfully conspiring with other persons to obtain, and obtaining by false pretences, sixty trusses of hay the property of Sarah Frances Greenfield, and other goods of ...
  8. ALFRED PRINCE, Killing > manslaughter, 18th September 1876.

    418. ALFRED PRINCE (25) Feloniously killing and slaying John Frazer. MESSRS. CANDY and EVANS conducted the Prosecution; and MR. WARNER SLEIGH the Defence. JOHN GROSS (Police Sergeant B 205). I made this plan of Pont Street and the neighbourhood; it is corr...
  9. THOMAS FOWLER, Theft > simple larceny, 17th September 1877.

    680. THOMAS FOWLER (28) , Stealing four coats, the goods of the London and North Western Railway Company. MR. HUMPHREYS conducted the Prosecution. JAMES GARDNER . I am yard foreman in the employ of the London and North Western Railway Company at the Goods ...
  10. WILLIAM CUTHBERTSON, Breaking Peace > wounding, 22nd October 1877.

    782. WILLIAM CUTHBEKTSON (23) , Feloniously cutting and wounding Eliza Newcombe, with intent to murder her. MR. STRAIGHT conducted the Prosecution; and MR. CHARLES MATHEWS the Defence. ELIZA NEWCOMBE . I am nineteen years old, and am now in St. Bartholomew...