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  1. EDWARD LATTER, Sexual Offences > rape, 16th August 1847.

    1989. EDWARD LATTER was indicted for a rape upon Mary Ann Hitchcock. GUILTY. of an assault. Aged 49.— Confined Two Years.
  2. SARAH COLE, Theft > simple larceny, 25th October 1847.

    2371. SARAH COLE was again indicted for stealing a pewter pot, value; the goods of Matthew Hitchcock. ALEXANDER GRANT (policeman.) About eight o'clock, on the night of the 21st, I took the prisoner into custody, in the Curtain road, nearly two miles from H...
  3. RICHARD CHARLES HARRIS, Deception > forgery, 25th October 1847.

    2404. RICHARD CHARLES HARRIS was indicted for feloniously altering a receipt for goods, with intent to defraud Richard Hocking, and others.—2nd COUNT, for uttering the same.—Other COUNTS, calling it a receipt for money, and an accountable recei...
  4. ANDREW WILLIAM BARR, Deception > fraud; CHARLES BREWER, Deception > fraud; SAMUEL RALFS, Deception > fraud, 13th December 1847.

    288. ANDREW WILLIAM BARR, CHARLES BREWER , and SAMUEL RALFS , unlawfully conspiring, with others, to cheat and defraud Julius Samuel Kerie of his moneys. MESSRS. CHAMBERS, BALLANTINE, and HUDDLESTON conducted the Prosecution. JULIUS SAMUEL KERIE. I am a na...
  5. GEORGE LOVE, Royal Offences > coining offences, 15th May 1848.

    1222. GEORGE LOVE, alias William Jackson , uttering counterfeit coin, after a previous conviction. MESSRS. BODKIN and ROBINSON conducted the Prosecution. CALEB EDWARD POWELL. I am assistant solicitor to the Mint. I produce a copy of the record of the priso...
  6. MARY JONES, Theft > theft from a specified place, 12th June 1848.

    1453. MARY JONES , stealing 66 yards of silk, value 7l. 16s.; the goods of George Hitchcock, in his dwelling house. SILVANUS WHITE . I am in the service of Mr. George Hitchcock, of St. Paul's churchyard. On 7th June the prisoner came there, and bought trif...
  7. BRIDGET LLOYD, Theft > simple larceny, 21st August 1848.

    2018. BRIDGET LLOYD was again indicted for stealing 1 chair, value 2s.; the goods of Robert Hitchcock. ROBERT HITCHCOCK . On 11th July I lost a chair—I received information, and found it at the prisoner's house, all broken. Prisoner's Defence. I boug...
  8. JAMES KIFF, Theft > stealing from master, 27th November 1848.

    6. JAMES KIFF , stealing 2 bushels of potatoes, value 5s.; the goods of James Hitchcock, his master. JAMES HITCHCOCK . I am a farmer, of Northall. On 10th Oct. I missed some potatoes from a place which was locked up—on the 12th I missed more—th...
  9. WILLIAM GEORGE ARNOLD, Theft > simple larceny, 11th June 1849.

    1254. WILLIAM GEORGE ARNOLD , stealing 1 half crown, 3 shillings and 1 fourpenny piece; the moneys of Joseph Rudd. MESSRS. CLARKSON and ROBINSON conducted the Prosecution. JOSEPH RUDD . I am in the service of Messrs. Morrison—the prisoner was in thei...
  10. HENRY MILLS, Theft > pocketpicking, 20th August 1849.

    1539. HENRY MILLS , stealing 1 handkerchief, value 2s. 6d.; the goods of James Saick, from his person: having been twice before convicted. JOHN WREN . I am a shoemaker, of Church passage, Basinghall street. On 1st Aug. I was in my shop and saw the prisoner...

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