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  1. SUSAN MORRIS, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 26th November 1838.

    137. SUSAN MORRIS, alias Jackson, alias Sparks , was indicted for feloniously being at large within this Kingdom, before the expiration of the term for which she had been ordered to be transported. MR. DOANE conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM HALE . I am a...
  2. ANN NORMAN, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; MARY ANN GRAFTON, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; CHARLES FOSTER, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; THOMAS GUY, Miscellaneous > conspiracy; JAMES HOBBS, Miscellaneous > conspiracy, 26th November 1838.

    217. ANN NORMAN, alias Streeton, alias Hathaway ; MARY ANN GRAFTON , CHARLES FOSTER , THOMAS GUY, alias John Thompson ; and JAMES HOBBS , were indicted for conspiracy. MR. CLARKSON conducted the Prosecution. ROBERT NATHANIEL BURTON . I am a corn factor, an...
  3. SOPHIA FREDERICA AUGUSTA, Miscellaneous > kidnapping, 8th April 1839.

    1189. SOPHIA FREDERICA AUGUSTA, alias Sarah Baker, was indicted for feloniously, maliciously, and by force leading and taking away a certain female child, under the age of ten years, named Esther Williams, with intent to deprive Thomas Williams and Mary hi...
  4. THOMAS JACKSON, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 16th December 1839.

    382. THOMAS JACKSON, alias Johnson, alias Wells , was indicted for feloniously being at large within her Majesty's dominions, without lawful excuse, before the expiration of the term for which he had been ordered to be transported. MR. RYLAND conducted the...

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