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  1. CHARLES DE BADDELEY, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; SARAH DE BADDELEY, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 10th July 1871.

    560. CHARLES DE BADDELEY (41), and SARAH DE BADDELEY (37), Unlawfully supplying a certain noxious drug, to wit, Ergot of Rye, knowing that it was intended to procure the miscarriage of a woman. MESSRS. POLAND, G. S. GRIFFITHS, and BEASLEY conducted the Pro...
  2. CHARLES DE BADDELEY, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; SARAH DE BADDELEY, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 10th July 1871.

    560. CHARLES DE BADDELEY (41), and SARAH DE BADDELEY (37), Unlawfully supplying a certain noxious drug, to wit, Ergot of Rye, knowing that it was intended to procure the miscarriage of a woman. MESSRS. POLAND, G. S. GRIFFITHS, and BEASLEY conducted the Pro...
  3. SARAH SATCHWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; HARRIET MURCH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; MARY DARWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 27th October 1873.

    656. SARAH SATCHWELL (65), HARRIET MURCH alias DAY (34), and MARY DARWELL (34), were indicted for feloniously using a certain instrument with intent to procure the miscarriage of one Harriet Murch the younger. MESSRS. POLAND and MEAD conducted the Prosecut...
  4. SARAH SATCHWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; HARRIET MURCH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; MARY DARWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 27th October 1873.

    656. SARAH SATCHWELL (65), HARRIET MURCH alias DAY (34), and MARY DARWELL (34), were indicted for feloniously using a certain instrument with intent to procure the miscarriage of one Harriet Murch the younger. MESSRS. POLAND and MEAD conducted the Prosecut...
  5. SARAH SATCHWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; HARRIET MURCH, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion; MARY DARWELL, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 27th October 1873.

    656. SARAH SATCHWELL (65), HARRIET MURCH alias DAY (34), and MARY DARWELL (34), were indicted for feloniously using a certain instrument with intent to procure the miscarriage of one Harriet Murch the younger. MESSRS. POLAND and MEAD conducted the Prosecut...
  6. ANN EMERY, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 1st March 1875.

    229. ANN EMERY (46) , Feloniously administering to Mary Ann Stanley certain noxious drugs, with intent' to procure her miscarriage. MR. MOODY conducted the Prosecution. GUILTY — Twelve Month's Imprisonment.
  7. REUBEN LANE, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 17th September 1877.

    733. REUBEN LANE was again indicted for unlawfully supplying Emma Lane, with a certain noxious drug with intent to procure abortion, to which he PLEADED GUILTY . He received an excellent character— Eleven Days' Imprisonment.
  8. FRANCIS JAMES HAMMOND, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 15th September 1879.

    841. FRANCIS JAMES HAMMOND (41) , Feloniously using certain instruments to the person of Ellen Saunders with intent to procure her miscarriage. MESSRS. MONTAGU WILLIAMS and GILL Prosecuted; MESSRS. BESLEY and TICKELL Defended. The details of the evidence i...
  9. THOMAS TITLEY, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 13th December 1880.

    133. THOMAS TITLEY (39) was indicted for unlawfully supplying to William Stroud a certain noxious thing—viz., ergot of rye and tincture of perchloride of iron, with intent to procure the miscarriage of a woman. Second Count, for supplying the same wi...
  10. REBECCA ANNE ALGAR CROFT, Miscellaneous > illegal abortion, 28th March 1881.

    397. REBECCA ANNE ALGAR CROFT (55) , Feloniously using an instrument to procure the miscarriage of Elizabeth Mary Spicer. MESSRS. MONTAGU WILLIAMS and MEAD Prosecuted; MR. LEVY Defended. GUILTY .— Five Years' Penal Servitude.