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  1. HENRY HARDING, Theft > simple larceny, 29th January 1838.

    649. HENRY HARDING was indicted for stealing, on the 4th of November, 1 box, value 1s.; and 70lbs. weight of metal type, value 7l.; the goods of John Godfried Schroeter Teuten. JOHN GODFRIED SCHROETER TEUTEN . I am a printer, and live in Regent street, New...
  2. MARY M'GUIRE, Royal Offences > coining offences, 2nd April 1838.

    1012. MARY M'GUIRE was indicted for a misdemeanor. THE HON. MR. SCARLETT and MR. THOMPSON conducted the Prosecution. ROBERT SAMUEL BAUGHTON . I am in the service of George Hitchcock, who keeps the Jacob's Well, in Barbican. The prisoner came in there on We...
  3. SARAH BROWN, Theft > stealing from master; SUSAN RAISIN, Theft > receiving, 14th May 1838.

    1145. SARAH BROWN was indicted for stealing, on the 14th of April, 12 1/2 yards of linen, value 1l. 8s.; and 1 shawl, value 6s. 6d. the goods of George Hitchcock, and another, her masters; and SUSAN RAISIN for feloniously receiving the same, well knowing t...
  4. SARAH BROWN, Theft > simple larceny; SUSAN RAISIN, Theft > simple larceny, 14th May 1838.

    1146. SARAH BROWN and SUSAN RAISIN were again indicted for stealing, on the 16th of April, 5 1/2 yards of ribbon, value 2s. 9d.; and 3 1/2 yards of silk, value 8s. 1d.; the goods of George Hitchcock, and another. GEORGE HITCHCOCK . On the 16th of April my ...
  5. SARAH BROWN, Theft > simple larceny, 14th May 1838.

    1147. SARAH BROWN was again indicted for stealing, on the 25th of March, 2 collars, value 14s.; and 4 yards of silk, value 8s.; the goods of George Hitchcock, and another. ( Upon which no evidence was offered.) NOT GUILTY .
  6. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, Theft > animal theft, 14th May 1838.

    1175. WILLIAM ARMSTRONG was indicted for stealing, on the 1st of October, 1 ewe, price 2l.; the property of Thomas Hill—2nd COUNT, for killing, with intent to steal the carcase. GEORGE HITCHCOCK . I am shepherd to Thomas Hill, a farmer, living at Pin...
  7. ANN BURGESS, Miscellaneous > kidnapping, 9th July 1838.

    1659. ANN BURGESS was indicted for maliciously and feloniously, by force, carrying away Anna Maria Holliday, aged three years, with intent to deprive George Holliday, her parent, of the possession of the said child.—2nd COUNT, stating her intent to b...
  8. BENJAMIN HITCHCOCK, Theft > simple larceny, 31st December 1838.

    442. BENJAMIN HITCHCOCK was indicted for stealing, on the 20th of December, 2 pairs of clogs, value 1l. 2s., the goods of William Burchett. EDWARD WADDILOVE . I am in the service of William Burchett, of No. 61, Crown street, Finsbury. About six o'clock, on...
  9. RICHARD HITCHCOCK, Theft > animal theft, 4th February 1839.

    873. RICHARD HITCHCOCK was indicted for stealing, on the 7th of February, 1 gelding, price 25l.;1 cart, value 8l.;1 set of harness, value 2l.;20 sacks, value 1l. 10s.;4 horse cloths, value 4s.;1 bag, value 1s.; and 56 bushels of oats, value 9l. 9s.; the go...
  10. GEORGE WARD, Theft > simple larceny, 17th June 1839.

    1866. GEORGE WARD was indicted for stealing, on the 3rd of June, 1 pewter pot, value 1s. 3d., the goods of George Wadley. MATTHEW HITCHCOCK . I live with Mr. Wadley, of the Pimlico Arms. I missed some of his pots—this is one—I am his potman. ST...

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