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  1. MORRIS HARRIS, Theft > simple larceny, 24th October 1898.

    685. MORRIS HARRIS (18) , Unlawfully soliciting Noah Milman to steal the goods of a woman unknown. MR. BLACKWELL Prosecuted, and MR. ELLIOT Defended. JOHN STOCKER (192 City). On October 3rd, about midday, I was an duty in St. Paul's Churchyard and saw the ...
  2. WILLIAM FREDERICK WHITBREAD, Theft > simple larceny, 6th March 1899.

    215. WILLIAM FREDERICK WHITBREAD (21) (A soldier),— Stealing 2,969 blouses, the goods of William Reuben Hitchcock and Sons. MR. LEMAISTRE Prosecuted. WILLIAM REUBEN HITCHCOCK . I am a blouse manufacturer, of 4, Play house Yard, Water Lane—I hav...
  3. JAMES KING, Theft > simple larceny; CHARLES MILES, Theft > simple larceny; BENJAMIN DEVENPORT, Theft > simple larceny; GEORGE WALTER TRIGGS, Theft > simple larceny; FRANCIS LE MAISTRE, Theft > simple larceny, 23rd July 1900.

    494— JAMES KING (18), CHARLES MILES (22), BENJAMIN DEVENPORT (27), GEORGE WALTER TRIGGS (31), and FRANCIS LE MAISTRE (66) , Stealing a gross and two dozen packets and nine tins of Vi Cocoa and four parcels of Freeman & Hildyard's custard powder, ...
  4. CHARLES SARUCO, Deception > fraud; HERBERT SHORLAND SLATTER, Deception > fraud; GEORGE MCCRAITH, Deception > fraud, 22nd July 1901.

    554. CHARLES SARUCO, alias WILSON (34) HERBERT SHORLAND SLATTER, alias SHORLAND (25), and GEORGE McCRAITH, alias MACK (43) , Conspiring to defraud persons unknown, who deposited money with them in connection with the Grocery and Provision Shops Association...
  5. JOHN NICHOLLS, Theft > simple larceny; JOHN GARRETT, Theft > simple larceny, 17th November 1902.

    22. JOHN NICHOLLS (35) and JOHN GARRETT (39) , Stealing 189 lbs. of dead fish, the property of the Great Northern Railway Company Mr. J. P. GRAIN and MR. KERSHAW Prosecuted; MR. MOSES appeared for Nicholls; and MR. LEYCESTER for Garrett. DAVID WARDER (Chie...
  6. JAMES RIMER, Theft > mail theft; EDWARD HITCHCOCK, Theft > receiving; JAMES RIMER, Theft > mail theft, 19th October 1903.

    777. JAMES RIMER (45) , Stealing whilst employed under the Post Office a postal letter containing twelve halfpenny postage stamps and a postal order for 15s., the property of the Postmaster General, and EDWARD HITCHCOCK (50) receiving the same, well knowin...
  7. JOHN THOMAS JONES, Deception > bankrupcy, 21st May 1906.

    JONES, John Thomas , charged with obtaining goods by false representations within four months of his bankruptcy. Mr. Symmons and Mr. Arnold Ward prosecuted; Mr. Stephen Lynch defended. JOSEPH DAVIES , Registrar of County Court of Cardiganshire, held at Abe...
  8. FREDERICK HITCHCOCK, Sexual Offences > sodomy, 31st March 1908.

    HITCHCOCK, Frederick (66, housekeeper) ; committing an act of gross indecency with another male person. Mr. L.A. Lucas prosecuted. Verdict, Guilty. Sentence, Nine months' hard labour. BEFORE THE COMMON SERJEANT. (Monday, April 6.)
  9. ALBERT HITCHCOCK, Miscellaneous > concealing a birth; ADA HITCHCOCK, Miscellaneous > concealing a birth; ALBERT HITCHCOCK, Miscellaneous > concealing a birth; ADA HITCHCOCK, Miscellaneous > concealing a birth; ALBERT HITCHCOCK, Killing > manslaughter; ADA HITCHCOCK, Killing > manslaughter, 22nd June 1909.

    HITCHCOCK, Albert (23, coppersmith), and HITCHCOCK, Ada (27, his wife) ; in December, 1907, unlawfully by a certain secret disposition of the dead body of a child, then lately born, of the body of Ada Hitchcock, endeavouring to conceal the birth thereof; i...
  10. ADA HITCHCOCK,, Miscellaneous > concealing a birth, 19th July 1909.

    HITCHCOCK, Ada (27, no occupation) , who pleaded guilty , at the June Session (see p. 294), of concealment of birth, was brought up for judgment; this was further respited to the September Session.

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