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  1. CHARLES PRICE, Theft > stealing from master; SAMUEL PRICE, Theft > stealing from master, 13th June 1842.

    1925. CHARLES PRICE and SAMUEL PRICE were indicted for stealing, on the 6th of June, 1 peck of oats, value 1s;. and 2 quarts of split beans, value 3d;. the goods of William Ralph Cartwright, the master of Samuel Price. THOMAS HITCHCOCK . I am coachman to W...
  2. PERCEVAL HAMILTON CHAMBERLAIN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; MARY CHAMBERLAIN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; GEORGE FULLER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JANE SOPHIA MATILDA FULLER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; WILLIAM NAPIER REEVE, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 19th September 1842.

    2573. PERCEVAL HAMILTON CHAMBERLAIN, MARY CHAMBERLAIN, GEORGE FULLER, JANE SOPHIA MATILDA FULLER , and WILLIAM NAPIER REEVE , were indicted for a conspiracy. MESSRS. BODKIN, DOANE, and JONES, conducted the Prosecution. THOMAS ALLEY JONES . I am articled cl...
  3. ANN DUNN, Theft > pocketpicking, 2nd January 1843.

    520. ANN DUNN was indicted for stealing, on the 5th of Dec., 1 cloak, value 12s.; the goods of Henry Squier, from the person of Sarah Squier. SARAH SQUIER . I am eight years old—I know what will become of me if I do not tell the truth—my father...
  4. GEORGE MERRITT, Theft > animal theft; THOMAS WILLIAM PURSER, Theft > receiving, 30th January 1843.

    623. GEORGE MERRITT was indicted for stealing, on the 10th of Jan., 2 mares, price 20l.; 2 geldings, 15l.; 2 pads, 3l.; 4 traces, 12s.; and 2 collars, 8s.; the goods of John Brooks: and THOMAS WILLIAM PURSER , for feloniously receiving the same, well knowi...
  5. JOHN BROWN, Theft > pocketpicking, 30th January 1843.

    787. JOHN BROWN was indicted for stealing, on the 31st of Jan., 1 handkerchief, value 2s., the goods of Thomas Hitchcock, from his person. THOMAS HITCHCOCK . I live in Frith street, Soho. About three o'clock on the 31st of Jan., I was in Titchfield street,...
  6. ANN KELLY, Theft > simple larceny, 30th January 1843.

    803. ANN KELLY was indicted for stealing, on the 19th of Jan., 4 1/2 yards of ribbon, value 1s. 8d., the goods of John Orrick Kennard. JOHN ABEL GROVES . I am apprentice to John Orrick Kennard, of the Broadway, Deptford. On the 19th of Jan. the prisoner ca...
  7. ANN FLAVELL, Theft > simple larceny, 12th June 1843.

    2005. ANN FLAVELL was indicted for stealing, on the 29th of May, 1 3/4lbs. weight of butter, value 1s. 6d.; the goodr of William Hitchcock and another. WILLIAM HITCHCOCK . I am a cheesemonger, and live at Barking. I have one partner—on the 27th of Ma...
  8. HENRY HITCHCOCK, Theft > embezzlement, 10th June 1844.

    1637. HENRY HITCHCOCK was indicted for embezzlement. THOMAS NEWMAN . I live in Sheffield street, Clare market. The prisoner has been in my employ about eighteen months, to finish learning the business—I sent him for and with bills several times—...
  9. JOHN ELLIOTT, Theft > simple larceny, 16th September 1844.

    2347. JOHN ELLIOTT was indicted for stealing 1 lamp, value 2l.; 2s., the goods of Fletcher Woolley. FLETCHER WOOLLEY . I am a lamp maker, and live in Holborn. About a quarter past eleven o'clock in the morning of the 4th of Sept. I left my shop for about t...
  10. JOSEPH HITCHCOCK, Theft > simple larceny, 21st October 1844.

    2461. JOSEPH HITCHCOCK was indicted for stealing 1 pair of boots, value 13s. 6d.; the goods of William Smith. JAMES WEBB . I am a porter, in the service of Mr. William Smith, of Barge yard, Bucklerebury—he is a boot and shoe dealer the prisoner worke...

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