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  1. ELIZA FRANCES KEEN, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; ELIZA FRANCES KEEN, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 23rd July 1900.

    513. ELIZA FRANCES KEEN and JOHN WILLIAM SMITH, Feloniously causing to be taken by Edith Ayres and Louisa Hooper a noxious drug with intent to cause their miscarriage, and Keen with using an instrument upon Edith Ayres and Harriett Dadswell with intent to ...
  2. NOTALIS SALVATOR POLOMBI, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 4th February 1901.

    189. NOTALIS SALVATOR POLOMBI (51) , Unlawfully attempting to administer to Florence Jones a noxious thing, with intent to procure her miscarriage. MR. CHARLES MATHEWS, Mr. BODKIN, AND MR. GUY STEPHENSON Prosecuted; and MR. O'CONNOR and MR. ABMITAGE Define...
  3. ANDREW GEMLICHKA, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 9th February 1903.

    215. ANDREW GEMLICHKA (18) , Unlawfully soliciting Charles Robert Fleury to supply certain noxious poisons, intended to be used to procure abortion. MR. MUIR and MR. R. B. MURPHY Prosecuted; MR. J.P. GRAIN and MR. KERSHAW Defended. GUILTY . To enter into r...
  4. MARY MARTIN, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; MATILDA BROOKS, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 19th October 1903.

    807. MARY MARTIN (50), PLEADED GUILTY to feloniously using an instrument with intent to procure the miscarraige of Ellen Potts, and MATILDA BROOKS (30) , to aiding and abetting her. MARTIN— Three years' penal servitude. BROOKS, who received a good ch...
  5. MARY MARTIN, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; MATILDA BROOKS, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 19th October 1903.

    807. MARY MARTIN (50), PLEADED GUILTY to feloniously using an instrument with intent to procure the miscarraige of Ellen Potts, and MATILDA BROOKS (30) , to aiding and abetting her. MARTIN— Three years' penal servitude. BROOKS, who received a good ch...
  6. JETHRO LARDENT, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; ADA BOOTH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 11th January 1904.

    171. JETHRO LARDENT (38) and ADA BOOTH (34) , Feloniously using an instrument upon Rebecca Mitchell, with intent to procure her miscarriage. MR. MATHEWS and MR. BODKIN Prosecuted. GUILTY. The Jury asked that the prisoners should be dealt with as leniently ...
  7. JETHRO LARDENT, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; ADA BOOTH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 11th January 1904.

    171. JETHRO LARDENT (38) and ADA BOOTH (34) , Feloniously using an instrument upon Rebecca Mitchell, with intent to procure her miscarriage. MR. MATHEWS and MR. BODKIN Prosecuted. GUILTY. The Jury asked that the prisoners should be dealt with as leniently ...
  8. PERCY COX, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 29th February 1904.

    274. PERCY COX was again indicted for unlawfully procuring a certain mixture with the intention of causing a miscarriage. Another count, for inciting Mary Dixon Sharp to procure noxious things for an unlawful purpose. The prisoner stated in the hearing of ...
  9. SARAH ELIZABETH ALLEN, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; ELLEN STONEHAM, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 13th September 1904.

    674. SARAH ELIZABETH ALLEN (63) and ELLEN STONEHAM, Feloniously using upon Ellen Spiby an instrument with infent to procure her miscarriage. MR. MUIR and MR. A. GILL Prosecuted; and MR. ELLIOTT Defended Stonehaw. STONEHAM— NOT GUILTY . ALLEN— G...
  10. ELIZABETH BRASHER, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 21st May 1906.

    BRASHER, Elizabeth (35, machinist), pleaded guilty to feloniously using an instrument with intent to procure the miscarriage of Lilian Wells. Prisoner was not known to have done anything of this kind before; she said that she had done it to help Wells, who...

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