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  1. WILLIAM GOODWIN, Theft > burglary, 16th October 1882.

    984. WILLIAM GOODWIN** (40) to stealing, in the dwelling house of Arthur Hitchcock, a revolver and other articles, and burglariously breaking out of the same, after a previous conviction of felony.— Five Years' Penal Servitude. [Pleaded guilty: See o...
  2. EDWARD LAWRENCE LEVY, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; DANIEL LEVY, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; HENRY LEVY, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; JOHN BROWN, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; FREDERICK JOHN KINGWELL, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 20th November 1882.

    70. EDWARD LAWERNCE LEVY (58), DANIEL LEVY (28), HENRY LEVY (26), JOHN BROWN (38), and FREDERICK JOHN KINGWELL (35) , Unlawfully conspiring to prevent the due course of law by suborning persons to commit perjury. SIR H. GIFFARD, Q. C., and MR. BESLET Prose...
  3. CHARLES ROUSE, Theft > simple larceny; GEORGE SMITH, Theft > simple larceny, 19th November 1883.

    14. CHARLES ROUSE (31) and GEORGE SMITH (20) , Stealing a bale of cloth of the London and North Western Railway Company. Second Count for receiving the same. ROUSE PLEADED GUILTY . MR. GRAIN Prosecuted. JAMES WATSON PARTING . I am a finisher in the employ ...
  4. ALBERT HESSE, Deception > forgery, 31st January 1887.

    255. ALBERT HESSE, Unlawfully forging and counterfeiting certain trade marks, with intent to defraud. Other Counts, for conspiring with Odille Moncier, to counterfeit the trade mark of Moet and Chandon and others. MESSRS. POLAND and GILL Prosecuted; MR. GR...
  5. JOSEPH MORIARTY, Theft > theft from a specified place, 23rd May 1887.

    646. JOSEPH MORIARTY. (23) , Stealing 17 taps, the goods of Richard Pym. MR. JONES LEWIS. Prosecuted. JAMES HITCHCOCK . I work for Mr. Pym, metal dealer, of 109, Church Street, Deptford—about nine p.m. on 10th May I was outside the shop—it was ...
  6. FREDERICK WILLIAM HITCHCOCK, Deception > perjury, 25th July 1887.

    772. FREDERICK WILLIAM HITCHCOCK was indicted for wilful and corrupt perjury in an affidavit sworn before a Commissioner. MR. HOPKINS Prosecuted; MESSRS. BURNIE and LYNCH Defended. the alleged perjury was that in the affidavit the defendant swore that he h...
  7. HARRY OWEN, Theft > animal theft; JAMES RYAN, Theft > animal theft, 9th January 1888.

    234. HARRY OWEN (32) and JAMES RYAN (25) , Stealing a horse, cart, and harness, the goods of Henry John Hitchcock. MR. GREENFIELD Prosecuted. HENRY JOHN HITCHCOCK . I am a watchmaker, of 13, Asylum Road, Old Kent Road—on 15th December, at 5 o'clock i...
  8. JOHN DAVIS, Theft > simple larceny; ALBERT BRETT, Theft > simple larceny, 16th September 1889.

    787. JOHN DAVIS (25) and ALBERT BRETT (21) , Stealing a tandem tricycle, the goods of Robert Willis and another. Second Count, Receiving the same. MR. MOORE Prosecuted. WILLIAM HENRY NEWMAN . I live at 110, Westmoreland Road, Walworth, and am salesman and ...
  9. HENRY MARSHALL, Theft > simple larceny, 28th July 1890.

    574. HENRY MARSHALL (21) , Stealing 68 yards of cashmere of George Williams and others. MR. BIRON Prosecuted. CHARLES AUGUSTUS GAUNTLET . I am house steward to Mr. "Williams, trading as Hitchcock and Co., St. Paul's Churchyard—on 16th July, a little ...
  10. HENRY MASON, Theft > burglary; JOHN WRIGHT, Theft > burglary, 27th July 1891.

    (595). HENRY MASON (63) and JOHN WRIGHT** (50) , to burglary in the dwelling house of William Adcock, and stealing a watch and other articles, his property; WRIGHT having been convicted of burglary at this Court in July, 1889, in the name of Robert Smith, ...

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