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  1. JOHN MURPHY, victim name in trial of ELLEN ANDREWS, Theft > simple larceny, 4th February 1850.

    445. ELLEN ANDREWS , stealing 1 sheet and 2 shirts, value 4s.; the goods of John Murphy: and 1 petticoat, 1s.; the goods of Mary M'Auliffe: also, 1 gown, 1 pocket book, and 1 shift, 4s., and 1 half crown, and other moneys; the property of George Curtis: ha...
  2. ELEANOR MURPHY, witness name in trial of JOSEPH STRETCH, Breaking Peace > wounding, 8th April 1850.

    744. JOSEPH STRETCH , feloniously stabbing Elizabeth Stretch on her thigh, with intent to murder her. MR. PLATT conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM SPRATT (policeman, D 213). On 7th March, about twenty minutes to one o'clock, I was on duty in James street, ...
  3. ROBERT MURPHY, witness name in trial of ELLEN FOSTER, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 8th April 1850.

    794. ELLEN FOSTER , was indicted for bigamy. MR. RIBTON conducted the Prosecution. JANE GAUL . I am the wife of Richard Gaul, of Queen street, Cheapside. I know the prisoner—I was present on 4th Aug., 1843, when she was married to Joseph Foster—...
  4. CATHERINE MURPHY, defendant name in trial of CATHERINE MURPHY, Violent Theft > robbery, 8th April 1850.

    866. CATHERINE MURPHY , was iudicted for a robbery on Charles James Walton, and stealing from him 1 watch, value 3l.; his goods. MR. MEW conducted the Prosecution CHARLES JAMES WALTON . On 26th March I was with a friend at a house in Southwark—I went...
  5. MARY MURPHY, defendant name in trial of MARY MURPHY, Theft > pocketpicking, 6th May 1850.

    920. MARY MURPHY , stealing 1 half crown, 7 shillings, and 1 sixpence; the moneys of Richard William Bendall, from his person. RICHARD WILLIAM BENDALL . I am a compositor, and live at Stepney. About twelve o'clock at night, on a Saturday, the latter end of...
  6. CATHERINE MURPHY, witness name in trial of ARTHUR MATTHEWS, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 10th June 1850.

    1163. ARTHUR MATTHEWS was indicted for bigamy. MR. COOPER conducted the Prosecution. THOMAS KELLY (police sergeant, H 2). I produce a certificate of the marriage of Arthur Matthews and Catherine Murphy, which I got from the register book of marriages of St...
  7. PATRICK MURPHY, 37, defendant name in trial of PATRICK MURPHY, Theft > simple larceny, 10th June 1850.

    1194. PATRICK MURPHY , stealing 12 pairs of braces, value 2s. 6d.; the goods of Thomas Vowell. HENRY BURNS (policeman, R 261). I was on duty near the Ravensboun river, at Greenwich, on 23rd May—I saw the prisoner coming towards me—I saw he had ...
  8. DANIEL MURPHY, defendant name in trial of DANIEL MURPHY, Theft > pocketpicking, 10th June 1850.

    1226. DANIEL MURPHY , stealing 1 handkerchief, value 4s.; the goods of William Simpson, from his person. JOHN SIMPSON . On 12th June I was passing along High street, in the Borough—when near the Town hall, I felt a tug at my pocket—I turned, an...
  9. JOHN MURPHY, 33, defendant name in trial of JOHN MURPHY, Theft > theft from a specified place, 21st October 1850.

    1822. JOHN MURPHY , stealing 2 watches, 20 forks, and other articles; value 40l.; the goods of Samuel Dixon, in his dwelling house: to which he pleaded GUILTY . Aged 33.—He received a good character.— Confined Twelve Months.
  10. JOHN MURPHY, witness name in trial of WILLIAM SMITH, Royal Offences > coining offences; WILLIAM FITZGERALD, Royal Offences > coining offences, 16th December 1850.

    214. WILLIAM SMITH and WILLIAM FITZGERALD were indicted for a like offence. MESSRS. ELLIS and BODKIN conducted the Prosecution. ROBERT THOMAS BRAME . On 11th Dec. I was in the Mile end road, about a quarter past three in the afternoon—I saw the two p...

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