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  1. BENJAMIN MURPHY, juror name in Front matter from Proceedings, 27th November 1848.

    DUKE, MAYOR. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. MINUTES OF EVIDENCE, Taken in Short hand BY JAMES DROVER BARNETT AND ALEXANDER BUCKLER, 33, Southampton street, Strand. VOLUME XXIX. SESSION I. TO SESSION VI. LONDON: GEORGE HEBERT, CHEAPSIDE. TYLER & REED, PRINTERS...
  2. WILLIAM MURPHY, witness name in trial of GEORGE BOLTON, Theft > simple larceny; JAMES BOLTON, Theft > simple larceny, 27th November 1848.

    134. GEORGE BOLTON and JAMES BOLTON , stealing 300lbs. weight of lead, value 20l.; the goods of John Kelk.—2nd COUNT, for feloniously receiving the same. MR. WILDE conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM MURPHY (police sergeant, V 40). On Friday evening, ...
  3. JOHN MURPHY, victim name in trial of HENRY HIGGINS, Theft > simple larceny, 29th January 1849.

    607. HENRY HIGGINS , stealing 2 coats, 1 pair of trowsers, 1 pair of boots, and 1 handkerchief, value 2l. 19s.; the goods of John Murphy. JOHN MURPHY . I live in Cannon street, Deptford—the prisoner lodged with me—I missed a coat and trowsers&#...
  4. JOHN MURPHY, witness name in trial of HENRY HIGGINS, Theft > simple larceny, 29th January 1849.

    607. HENRY HIGGINS , stealing 2 coats, 1 pair of trowsers, 1 pair of boots, and 1 handkerchief, value 2l. 19s.; the goods of John Murphy. JOHN MURPHY . I live in Cannon street, Deptford—the prisoner lodged with me—I missed a coat and trowsers&#...
  5. MICHAEL MURPHY, 16, defendant name in trial of MICHAEL MURPHY, Theft > pocketpicking, 26th February 1849.

    662. MICHAEL MURPHY , stealing 1 purse, value 3s.; 1 sovereign. 1 half sovereign, 1 half crown, and 1 sixpence; the goods of Henry Haynes Walton, from the person of Elizabeth Haffey Walton. ELIZABETH HAFFEY WALTON I am the wife of Henry Haffey Walton; we l...
  6. JAMES MURPHY, defendant name in trial of EDWARD FROWD, Theft > simple larceny; JAMES MURPHY, Theft > simple larceny, 26th February 1849.

    730. EDWARD FROWD and JAMES MURPHY , stealing 2 bottles of scent, value 2s. 4d.; the goods of Robert Taylor. ROBERT TAYLOR I am a perfumer, of Brunswick place, Brompton. These two bottles of scent are mine—I have never sold any with these labels on t...
  7. THOMAS MURPHY, 12, defendant name in trial of THOMAS MURPHY, Theft > pocketpicking; JOHN MASON, Theft > pocketpicking, 9th April 1849.

    949. THOMAS MURPHY and JOHN MASON , stealing 1 handkerchief, value 5s.; the goods of George Bashforth, from his person. GEORGE BASHFORTH . I live at 9, Leman street. About three o'clock, on 26th March, I was looking at some soldiers—I had my handkerc...
  8. MICHAEL MURPHY in trial of t18490409

  9. THOMAS MURPHY, 15, defendant name in trial of WILLIAM GODDARD, Theft > pocketpicking; THOMAS MURPHY, Theft > pocketpicking, 7th May 1849.

    1097. WILLIAM GODDARD and THOMAS MURPHY , stealing 1 crown, 3 shillings, and other moneys, of Frederick Samuel Matthews, from the person of Mary Ann Matthews. MARY ANN MATTHEWS I am the wife of Frederick Samuel Matthews, and live at Islington. About twenty...
  10. MICHAEL MURPHY, witness name in trial of JANE HUTCHINSON, Theft > theft from a specified place, 7th May 1849.

    1103. JANE HUTCHINSON , stealing 2 watches, 10 spoons, and a pair of sugar tongs, value 5l. 5s.; 30 sovereigns, and other moneys; the property of George Fernley, her roaster* in his dwelling house. MR. HUDDLISTON conducted the Prosecution GIOROI FRRMLIY . ...

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