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  1. 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 ...
  2. 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 ...
  3. SARAH PHILLIPS, Deception > perjury, 1st January 1844.

    384. SARAH PHILLIPS, alias Bradshaw , was indicted for subornation of perjury. NOT GUILTY .
  4. JOSEPH INGHAM, Deception > forgery, 19th August 1844.

    1935. JOSEPH INGHAM, alias Walker , was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering an order for the payment of 6l.; 12s., with intent to defraud William Miller Christie and others.—Other COUNTS, varying the manner of stating the charge. MESSRS. BO...
  5. SACKVILLE SACKVILLE, Deception > forgery, 19th August 1844.

    1933. SACKVILLE SACKVILLE, alias Charles Davies , was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering a Bill of Exchange, for the payment of 250l.;, with intent to defraud William Henry Frederick Cavendish.—Other COUNTS, varying the manner of stating t...
  6. THOMAS FIELD, Deception > fraud, 25th November 1844.

    153. THOMAS FIELD, alias John Eaglesfield, alias William West , was indicted for obtaining money by false pretences. MR. O'BRIEN conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM WALL . I live in Melin's place, Westminster road. Early in Sept. the prisoner called on me&#...
  7. WILLIAM CASEY, Deception > forgery, 3rd March 1845.

    660. WILLIAM CASEY, alias Bozer, alias White, alias Smith , was indicted for feloniously forging and uttering, on the 6th of July, 1842, an acceptance to a bill of exchange for 65l., with intent to defraud Richard Patterson. MESSRS. CLARKSON and DOANE cond...
  8. WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery, 3rd March 1845.

    581. WILLIAM STEWART, alias Sturt , was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering, on the 20th of Dec., a forged request for the delivery of two embroidered wove shawls; also one on the 24th of Dec., one for the delivery of three or four scarf shawls...
  9. WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery, 3rd March 1845.

    581. WILLIAM STEWART, alias Sturt , was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering, on the 20th of Dec., a forged request for the delivery of two embroidered wove shawls; also one on the 24th of Dec., one for the delivery of three or four scarf shawls...
  10. WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM STEWART, Deception > forgery, 3rd March 1845.

    581. WILLIAM STEWART, alias Sturt , was indicted for feloniously and knowingly uttering, on the 20th of Dec., a forged request for the delivery of two embroidered wove shawls; also one on the 24th of Dec., one for the delivery of three or four scarf shawls...

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