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  1. WILLIAM REED, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 7th December 1826.

    104. WILLIAM REED was indicted for bigamy . MR. PHILLIPS conducted the prosecution. JOHN HAIR . My daughter Catherine was married to the prisoner on the 30th of October last I gave her away at St. Martin in the Fields I have searched the register of St. Ja...
  2. WILLIAM WATSON, Theft > animal theft, 13th September 1827.

    SECOND DAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. Second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Sergeant Arabin. 1596. WILLIAM WATSON was indicted for stealing, on the 18th of July , at St. Paul, Shadwell , 1 gelding, price, 36l.; 1 saddle, value 3l. 10s.; 1 bridle, value 12s., and 1 ...
  3. JOHN HITCHCOCK, Theft > animal theft; CHARLES HAWKINS, Theft > animal theft; JAMES PAGET, Theft > animal theft, 13th September 1827.

    1814. JOHN HITCHCOCK , CHARLES HAWKINS , and JAMES PAGET , were indicted for stealing, on the 12th of July , at St. Leonard, Bromley, 1 gelding, price 21l. , the property of Joseph Kain . MR. JOSEPH KAIN. I am a shipowner , and live at St. Leonard's, Broml...
  4. THOMAS DEAN, Theft > animal theft, 6th December 1827.

    Before Mr. Justice Holroyd. 15. THOMAS DEAN was indicted for stealing, on the 18th of July , 1 gelding, price 36l.; 1 saddle, value 3l. 10s.; 1 bridle, value 12s., and 1 martingale, value 10s. , the property of Richard Peck . MR. CLARKSON conducted the pro...
  5. JAMES LUCAS, Theft > theft from a specified place; JOHN HITCHCOCK, Theft > theft from a specified place, 6th December 1827.

    143. JAMES LUCAS and JOHN HITCHCOCK were indicted for stealing, on the 4th of November , 150 lbs. of lead, value 20s., the goods of Samuel Preston Child , and affixed to a certain building of his . WILLIAM MITCHELL . I am a Bow street Patrol. I know Mr. Sa...
  6. JOHN HALLETT, Theft > housebreaking; WILLIAM LEDGERWOOD, Theft > housebreaking, 10th January 1828.

    Before Mr. Justice Park. 292. JOHN HALLETT and WILLIAM LEDGERWOOD were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of John Hitchcock , on the 4th of December , and stealing 15 live tame fowls, price 37s.; 20 lbs. of pork, value 12s., and 2 lbs. o...
  7. RUSSELL BROWN, Theft > pocketpicking, 10th April 1828.

    First Middlesex Jury. Before Mr. Justice Park. 811. RUSSELL BROWN was indicted for feloniously assaulting James Galletly , on the 22d of March , at Chiswick, putting him in fear, and taking from his person, and against his will, 16 shillings , his monies. ...
  8. JOHN MUMFORD, Theft > simple larceny, 23rd October 1828.

    2040, JOHN MUMFORD was indicted for stealing, on the 25th of September , 2 sheets, value 12s. , the goods of Mary Garrett . JAMES HUXLEY . I live at Newington green , next door to Mrs. Garrett; there is a private passage between our houses. On the 25th of ...
  9. JOHN CLUES, Theft > simple larceny, 3rd December 1829.

    153. JOHN CLUES was indicted for stealing, on the 21st of November , 1 Bible, value 25s. , the goods of Alfred Baxter ; and that at the delivery of the King's gaol of Newgate, on Thursday, the 15th of January, in the 9th year of the Reign of His present Ma...
  10. JOSEPH BALL, Theft > animal theft, 14th January 1830.

    Before Lord Chief Baran Alexander. 287. JOSEPH BALL was indicted for stealing, on the 27th of November , 2 sheep, price 2l. , the property of James Hitchcock . MR. BARRY conducted the prosecution. JAMES HITCHCOCK. I am a butcher , and live at Northhall, ne...

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