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  1. SARAH RACHEL LEVERSON, Deception > fraud, 21st September 1868.

    830. SARAH RACHEL LEVERSON (43) , Unlawfully obtaining goods and money value 600l., by false pretences, from Mary Tucker Borradaile. A. Other Counts—for conspiring to defraud her of 3000 l. MR. SERJEANT BALLANTINE, MR. M. WILLIAMS , and MR. STRAIGHT ...
  2. JOSEPH BUNNELL, Deception > bankrupcy, 5th April 1869.

    424. JOSEPH BUNNELL (30) , Unlawfully, within sixty days of his bankruptcy, removing part of his property, with intent to defraud his creditors. MESSRS. MONTAGU WILLIAMS. and STRAIGHT. concluded the Precession. MARCUS GODDARD . I am clerk to Mears. Davidso...
  3. GEORGE DENNIS, Theft > pocketpicking; EDWARD BRAY, Theft > pocketpicking, 3rd May 1869.

    482. GEORGE DENNIS (22), and EDWARD BRAY (22) , Stealing a bag, and 5l. 1s. 1 1/2 d., of Joseph Cole, from the person of Charlotte Cole, to which DENNIS PLEADED GUILTY . MR. MOODY. conducted the Protecution. RICHARD ROLF . (City Policeman) On Saturday, 3rd...
  4. ROBERT WILSON BROOKES, Deception > bankrupcy, 20th September 1869.

    864. ROBERT WILSON BROOKES, (29) , Unlawfully obtaining goods within three months of his bankruptcy, under the false colour and pretence of carrying on business in the ordinary course of trade. Other Counts—for disposing of the said goods. MESSRS. PO...
  5. JOHN HITCHCOCK, Theft > simple larceny, 4th April 1870.

    360. JOHN HITCHCOCK (21) , Stealing one bag, and 12l. 9s. 8d. in money, of John Piggott Sampson. MR. WARNER SLEIGH conducted the Prosecution. JOHN PIGGOTT SAMPSON . I am a tobacco manufacturer, of 109, High Street, Woolwich—I know the prisoner—...
  6. ELIZABETH CUMMINGS, Theft > pocketpicking; EMMA RICHARDS, Theft > pocketpicking, 2nd May 1870.

    378. ELIZABETH CUMMINGS (31), and EMMA RICHARDS (32) , Stealing a pencil caw, a puree and 5l., the property of Henry Francis Church, from the person of Emily Church. MR. GRIFFITHS conducted the Prosecution; MR. THORNE COLE defended Gummings, and MR. BROMBY...
  7. GEORGE BRANSBURY, Deception > bankrupcy, 2nd May 1870.

    393. GEORGE BRANSBURY (17) , Unlawfully omitting to deliver up all his property after being adjudicated a bankrupt. MESSRS. METCALFE and BEBLEY conducted the Prosecution; and MR. STRAIGHT the Defence. BERTRAM ROBERT JOHNSON . I am a clerk in the Record Dep...
  8. JOHN HITCHCOCK, Theft > burglary; GEORGE WHITE, Theft > burglary; RICHARD ENTWISTLE, Theft > burglary; GEORGE SMITH, Theft > burglary, 21st November 1870.

    26. JOHN HITCHCOCK (17), GEORGE WHITE (19), RICHARD ENTWISTLE (21), and GEORGE SMITH (20), were indicted for bur glariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Joseph Albert Curtis and stealing a shawl, his property.— WHITE and SMITH PLEADED ...
  9. JOHN HITCHCOCK, Theft > burglary; GEORGE WHITE, Theft > burglary; RICHARD ENTWISTLE, Theft > burglary; GEORGE SMITH, Theft > burglary, 21st November 1870.

    27. They [ John Hitchcock, George White, Richard Entwistle and George Smith; see original trial image] were again indicted for a burglary in the dwelling house of Robert Watson, and stealing seventy pairs of boots and other goods, his property. Second Coun...
  10. JOHN EDWARD BELLCHAMBERS, Deception > fraud, 11th December 1871.

    103. JOHN EDWARD BELLCHAMBERS (48) , Unlawfully obtaining, by means of false pretences 24 shirts, 54 yards of flannel, and other goods, from Thomas Parry and another, with intent to defraud. MR. BOTTOMLEY conducted the Prosecution; and MR. METCALFE the Def...

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