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  1. ALFRED DOWERS, Theft > animal theft, 15th June 1857.

    708. ALFRED DOWERS was again indicted for stealing ( in Surrey ) 1 mare, price 18l.; the property of Georget Leggat. MR. TALFOURD SALTER. conducted the Prosecution. GEORGE LEGGATT . I reside at Egham. On 30th Nov., 1856, I placed my mare in a field there, ...
  2. FRANCIS PAYNTER, Violent Theft > robbery; SARAH PAYNTER, Violent Theft > robbery, 17th August 1857.

    885. FRANCIS PAYNTER (26) and SARAH PAYNTER (21), Robbery on William Saull, and stealing 3l. 17s., his moneys. MR. TALFOUBD SALTER . conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM SAULL . On the night of 8th Aug., about 10 o'clock, I was at the Star and Garter public ...
  3. JOHN WELCH, Theft > burglary, 14th June 1858.

    615. JOHN WELCH (23) , Burglary in the dwelling house of Thomas Honeybone, with intent to steal. THOMAS HONEYBONE . I am a watch maker and jeweller, of Old Brentford, in the parish of Ealing. I live next door to a public house—on the morning of 25th ...
  4. JAMES DAVIS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 5th July 1858.

    698. JAMES DAVIS was indicted for a like offence. MESSRS. ELLIS and BODKIN conducted the Prosecution. RICHARD MEADS . I get my living by selling pies. On 13th June, I was selling pies at Greenford Green. The prisoner came and asked the price of them; I sai...
  5. JAMES TOYE, Theft > burglary; WILLIAM SODO, Theft > burglary; ALFRED NEWBERRY, Theft > burglary; EMMA RICHARDS, Theft > burglary; JAMES BEAUMONT, Theft > burglary, 4th April 1859.

    419. JAMES TOYE (30), WILLIAM SODO (42), ALFRED NEWBERRY (30), EMMA RICHARDS (42), and JAMES BEAUMONT (40) , Burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of James Vavasseur and another, and stealing therein 3,426 neck handkerchiefs, value 1,100l....
  6. RACHEL MAYHEW, Theft > stealing from master, 24th October 1859.

    985. RACHEL MAYHEW (17) ,'Stealing a cloak, a dress, and other articles, the property of Henry Hitchcock, her master; to which she PLEADED GUILTY .— Confined Eighteen Months.
  7. MARY JONES, Theft > simple larceny, 13th August 1860.

    712. MARY JONES (45) , Stealing 6 shawls, value 9l. 10s. the property of George Hitchcock and another, having been previously convicted of felony, to which she PLEADED GUILTY.— Judgment Respited.
  8. THOMAS JOHN SMITH, Theft > mail theft, 8th July 1861.

    557. THOMAS JOHN SMITH (19) , Stealing, whilst employed in the Post Office, two post letters, containing 2 bills of exchange for 22l. and 15l., and 2 orders for payment of 2l. 4s. 4d. and 32l. 15s., the property of her Majesty's Postmaster General. MESSRS....
  9. JAMES LEARY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 27th October 1862.

    1082. JAMES LEARY (47) , Feloniously wounding Ellen Leary on the head and hand, with intent to do her some grievous bodily harm. MR. DICKIE conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM GREENAWAY (Policeman, T 191). On 1st October, about half past 2 in the morning, I...
  10. THOMAS HITCHCOCK, Miscellaneous, 27th October 1862.

    1098. THOMAS HITCHCOCK (34) , Unlawfully causing to be exposed for sale, in Newgate market, 500lbs. of beef, unfit for human food; to which he PLEADED GUILTY .—(He received a good character.)— Confined Six Months.

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