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  1. WILLIAM CHILDS, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 15th May 1834.

    Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Vaughan. 786. WILLIAM CHILDS was indicted for that he, on the 26th of June , feloniously, wilfully, and maliciously did administer, to Mary Jane Wolfe , a large quantity of a certain drug, call savin, with intent t...
  2. THOMAS PRIOR, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 19th September 1836.

    2090. THOMAS PRIOR was indicted for unlawfully administering to Rhoda Mead a certain drug, with intent to procure her miscarriage, she being with child, but not quick with child to which he pleaded. GUILTY . Aged 63.— Transported for Fourteen Years. ...
  3. WILLIAM HAYNES, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 27th November 1843.

    85. WILLIAM HAYNES was indicted for feloniously administering to Mary Haynes, a large quantity of a certain noxious drug, viz., 2 ounces of sulphate of potass, with intent to procure her miscarriage.—Four other COUNTS, varying the manner of stating t...
  4. CHARLES CUNNINGHAM, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; JAMES THOMPSON CURRIE, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; GEORGE THOMAS, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 4th July 1853.

    793. CHARLES CUNNINGHAM, JAMES THOMPSON CURRIE , and GEORGE THOMAS , feloniously using a certain instrument upon the person of Eliza Mardon, with intent to procure her miscarriage. MESSRS. PARRY and SLEIGH conducted the Prosecution. (MR. SERJEANT MILLER ap...
  5. WILLIAM LONGMAN, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 9th April 1855.

    481. WILLIAM LONGMAN , feloniously administering to Elizabeth Eldred Astins, 10 grains of a noxious thing called savin, with intent to pro cure miscarriage. MR. PARRY conducted the Prosecution. ELIZABETH ELDRED ASTINS . I live with my father and mother, at...
  6. FANNY WARBOYS, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 18th August 1862.

    836. FANNY WARBOYS (32) , Unlawfully using an instrument with intent to procure abortion. MR. THOMPSON conducted the Prosecution, and MR. COOPER the Defence. GUILTY .— Confined Three Months.
  7. HENRY TIMSON, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; WILLIAM HENRY MCGRATH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 20th September 1869.

    875. HENRY TIMSON, (52), was indicted for feloniously assaulting Rosina Bush, and using a certain instrument with intent to procure her miscarriage; and WILLIAM HENRY McGRATH (21) , for feloniously procuring and aiding Timson to commit the said felony. MR....
  8. HENRY TIMSON, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; WILLIAM HENRY MCGRATH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 20th September 1869.

    875. HENRY TIMSON, (52), was indicted for feloniously assaulting Rosina Bush, and using a certain instrument with intent to procure her miscarriage; and WILLIAM HENRY McGRATH (21) , for feloniously procuring and aiding Timson to commit the said felony. MR....
  9. WILLIAM WELLS, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 31st January 1870.

    211. WILLIAM WELLS (40) , Feloniously using a certain instrument, to Elizabeth Mackay, with intent to procure her miscarriage. Second Count—For a common assault. MR. HARRIS conducted the Prosecution; and MR. PATER the Defence. MR. PATER submitted tha...
  10. EDWIN LOWE, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 6th June 1870.

    487. EDWIN LOWE (59) , Feloniously administering to, and causing to be taken by, Mary Emily Harris, a certain drug, with intent to procure miscarriage. MR. BESLEY conducted the Prosecution; and MR. WILLIS the Defence. GUILTY .— Five Years' Penal Serv...