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  1. ROBERT BOWLEY, Violent Theft > robbery, 7th July 1851.

    1487. ROBERT BOWLEY , robbery on Mary Sweeney, and stealing from her person 2 half crowns, 2 shillings, and 6 pence; her property. MR. BRIARLY conducted the Prosecution. MARY SWEENEY . I sell oranges, nuts, and lemons. On 23rd June, I was at Hampton court&...
  2. EDWARD DALEY, Royal Offences > coining offences, 7th July 1851.

    1543. EDWARD DALEY , unlawfully uttering counterfeit coin. MR. CLERK conducted the Prosecution. EDWARD HITCHCOCK . I keep the George, at Bankside, Surrey. On 24th June the prisoner came with another man, about a quarter before 12 o'clock in the day—t...
  3. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK, Royal Offences > coining offences, 2nd February 1852.

    226. ELIZABETH HITCHCOCK was indicted for a like offence. MESSRS. ELLIS and BODKIN conducted the Prosecution. CAROLINE HANNAH CHAPMAN . I am the wife of John Timothy Chapman, he makes eel pies and kidney pies. On 5th Jan. the prisoner came about the middle...
  4. JESSE IRWIN, Theft > theft from a specified place; SAMSON KENNER, Theft > theft from a specified place; RICHARD HITCHCOCK, Theft > theft from a specified place, 2nd February 1852.

    259. JESSE IRWIN, SAMSON KENNER , and RICHARD HITCH COCK , stealing 1 watch, 2 coats, and other articles, value 7l. 14s., the property of Edward Cooney, in his dwelling house; to which HITCHCOCK pleaded GUILTY .—Aged 20.— Confined Six Months. M...
  5. HENRY JOHNSON, Violent Theft > robbery, 22nd November 1852.

    65. HENRY JOHNSON was indicted for a robbery, with violence, on William East, and stealing from his person I watch, value 30s.; his goods. MR. WOOLLEFF conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM EAST . I am a French polisher, and live at 81, Leonard street, Shored...
  6. WILLIAM GREEN, Theft > stealing from master, 31st January 1853.

    250. WILLIAM GREEN , stealing 6 glass bottles, value 2s. 3d.; the goods of Moss Defries and others, his masters. MR. CHARNOCK conducted the Prosecution. MOSS DEFRIES . I am in partnership with my father, as lamp glass manufacturers, in Hounds ditch. The pr...
  7. JOHN HITCHCOCK, Theft > theft from a specified place, 31st January 1853.

    316. JOHN HITCHCOCK , stealing 45l. 1s. 1d., and 1 bag, value 1d.; the property of Michael Dowlan, his master, in his dwelling house. MR. THOMPSON conducted the Prosecution. MICHAEL DOWLAN . I am an engineer in the service of the Eastern Counties Railway C...
  8. CHARLES RICHARD LATHAM, Theft > simple larceny, 28th February 1853.

    348. CHARLES RICHARD LATHAM , stealing 33 yards of silk, value 4l.; the goods of George Hitchcock: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 19.— Confined Six Months.
  9. JOSEPH THOMPSON, Theft > simple larceny, 28th February 1853.

    397. JOSEPH THOMPSON , stealing 11 pairs of trowsers, value 36s.; the goods of Thomas Bishop and another. GEORGE POCOCK . I am shopboy to Thomas Bishop, clothier, of No. 9, Holborn hill; he has got one partner. On 29th Jan., between 4 and 5 o'clock, I was ...
  10. WILLIAM MILLS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 13th June 1853.

    704. WILLIAM MILLS , unlawfully having counterfeit coin in hit possession. MESSRS. ELLIS and POLAND conducted the Prosecution. ANN HITCHCOCK . On Saturday, 28th May, I met the prisoner—he asked me to go and take part of a pint of ale—I went, an...

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