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  1. WILLIAM SMITH, Deception > forgery, 24th October 1842.

    2822. WILLIAM SMITH, alias Onion, was indicted for feloniously forging an acceptance to a bill of exchange, with intent to defraud William Page. MR. CLARKSON, on the part of the prosecution, declined offering any evidence. NOT GUILTY .
  2. JAMES MOLAND, Deception > fraud; HENRY RUGG, Deception > fraud; GEORGE NATHANIEL STEPHENS, Deception > fraud; THOMAS MORRIS, Deception > fraud; FRANCES RUGG, Deception > fraud, 28th November 1842.

    61. JAMES MOLAND alias Leeson, HENRY RUGG, GEORGE NATHANIEL STEPHENS, THOMAS MORRIS , and FRANCES RUGG were indicted for a misdemeanor. MR. ATTORNEY GENERAL, MESSRS. ADOLPHUS, WADDINGTON, and GUENEY conducted the Prosecution. FREDERICK REED , a clerk in th...
  3. WILLIAM JONES, Deception > forgery, 2nd January 1843.

    412. WILLIAM JONES, alias Taylor , was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering, on the 20th of Dec., a forged request for the delivery of 2 shawls, with intent to defraud William Leaf and others; and that he had been before convicted of felony; to ...
  4. FREDERICK CHARLES BURNHAM BLACKWELL, Deception > forgery, 30th January 1843.

    814. FREDERICK CHARLES BURNHAM BLACKWELL, alias Frederick Burnham Blackwell , was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering, at Camberwell, on the 30th of Dec., a certain deed, purporting to be an indenture, made in the year 1840, between one Richard C...
  5. RICHARD RAWLINSON, Deception > forgery, 30th January 1843.

    599. RICHARD RAWLINSON, alias John Brown, alias Richard Ronayne , was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering, on the 9th of January, a counterfeit crown, he having been previously convicted of passing bad money. GUILTY . Aged 22.— Transporte...
  6. JOHN THOMAS THOMPSON, Deception > forgery, 3rd April 1843.

    1157. JOHN THOMAS THOMPSON, alias Edward White , was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering, on the 21st of Jan., an acquittance and receipt for the sum of 6l. 10s.; also on the 13th of Jan., one other acquittance and receipt for 2l. 4s. 6d., with i...
  7. JAMES SIEVRIGHT, Deception > forgery, 3rd July 1843.

    2120. JAMES SIEVRIGHT, alias Edward Stewart , was indicted for forging and uttering an order for the payment of 137l., with intent to defraud Francis Gosling and others; also, for forging and uttering an order for 57l. with a like intent; also for obtainin...
  8. JOHN MARTTIN, Deception > forgery, 18th September 1843.

    2634. JOHN MARTTIN, alias Louis Moins Marttin , was again indicted for feloniously forging and uttering, on the 25th of Aug., an order for the payment of 2l. 10s., with intent to defraud Anthony Sandoe. MR. RYLAND conducted the Prosecution. ANTHONY SANDOE ...
  9. JOHN MARTTIN, Deception > forgery, 18th September 1843.

    2633. JOHN MARTTIN, alias Louis Moins Marttin , was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering, on the 28th of August, an order for the payment of 4l., with intent to defraud George Vago. MR. HORRY conducted the Prosecution. GIOVANNI PATRIARCHA . I am s...
  10. WILLIAM FOWLER, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM FOWLER, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM FOWLER, Deception > forgery, 27th November 1843.

    5. WILLIAM FOWLER alias Benjamin Neck , was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering a request for the delivery of 250 Guernsey frocks, with intent to defraud John Kynaston and another:— also, for forging and uttering a request for the delivery ...

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