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The Proceedings of the Old Bailey London 
1780 - 1790's 
Part 3 


Criminal trials held at London's central criminal court

  
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1. WILLIAM PATEMAN, breaking the peace: riot, 28 Jun 1780.

... they were about it. HIGGINS ... ; she works for Mr. Higgins ... the ti me. JOHN HIGGINS ...

2. ELEANOR WHISTON, theft: simple grand larceny, 12 Jan 1780.

... ; the prisoner confessed that her sister Mary Higgins ...

3. HENRY MUCKLEROY, killing: murder, 10 Apr 1782.

... knocks at the door; in the mean time Arthur Higgins ... the said Arthur Higgins came from, and the said Arthur Higgins ...

4. JANE SWEATMAN, MARY HUMPHRIES, killing: murder, 20 Feb 1782.

... a justice in my life. Sarah Higgins ...

5. ANN HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 09 Jan 1782.

... 126. ANN HIGGINS was indicted, for feloniously stealing on the 14th of December, twelve cotton handkerchiefs, value 15 s. the goods of Jonathan Tapwell. JONATHAN TAPWELL sworn. On the 14th of December, towards the evening, I was engaged with a customer; the prisoner came ...

6. Punishment summary from Old Bailey Proceedings; Robert Peckham, Session IV, Wednesday 27th March 1784, Parts I-VII, 505-647

... Black, Thomas Hill, Mary Higgins ... . Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins ...

7. Supplementary material: Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, Joseph Harris, John Baker, George Molton, Thomas Jones, Ann Moore, Sarah Partridge, alias Roberts, William Bell, William Clark, John Jacobs, Samuel Selshire, John Smith, Alexander Cullum, James Burne, William Hubbard, Joseph Dunnage, 21 Apr 1784.

... Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, received his Majesty's pardon, on condition of being transported to Africa for fourteen years. Joseph Harris, on condition of being transported to America for seven years. And John Baker, George Molton, Thomas Jones, Ann Moore, Sarah Partridge ...

8. Supplementary material: Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, Joseph Harris, John Baker, George Molton, Thomas Jones, Ann Moore, Sarah Partridge, alias Roberts, William Bell, William Clark, John Jacobs, Samuel Selshire, John Smith, Alexander Cullum, James Burne, William Hubbard, Joseph Dunnage, 21 Apr 1784.

... Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, received his Majesty's pardon, on condition of being transported to Africa for fourteen years. Joseph Harris, on condition of being transported to America for seven years. And John Baker, George Molton, Thomas Jones, Ann Moore, Sarah Partridge ...

9. MARY (wife of HARROLD) HIGGINS, theft: shoplifting, 21 Apr 1784.

... Higgins. HANNAH ... 454. MARY (wife of HARROLD) HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 22d of March last, thirteen printed cotton handkerchiefs, value 20 s. the property of Burton Webster, privily in his shop. AMBROSE MASSEY ...

10. Front Matter from Old Bailey Proceedings; Robert Peckham, Session IV, Wednesday 27th March 1784, Parts I-VII, 505-647

... of Mary Higgins. ...

11. Front Matter from Old Bailey Proceedings; Robert Peckham, Session IV, Wednesday 27th March 1784, Parts I-VII, 505-647

... of Mary Higgins. ...

12. Punishment summary from Old Bailey Proceedings; Robert Peckham, Session II, Wednesday 14th January 1784, Parts I-VII, 169-306

... , Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins ...

13. Supplementary material: Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, Samuel Gascoigne, 14 Jan 1784.

... Also, Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, and Samuel Gascoigne, whose cases had been respited for the opinion of the twelve Judges. ...

14. Supplementary material: Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, Samuel Gascoigne, 14 Jan 1784.

... Also, Daniel Hickman, alias Higgins, and Samuel Gascoigne, whose cases had been respited for the opinion of the twelve Judges. ...

15. GODFREY STEELE, theft: simple grand larceny, 10 Dec 1783.

... 113. GODFREY STEELE was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 10th of December, twenty pounds of weight of lump sugar, value 20 s. the property of Robert Davis and Charles Higgins. NOT GUILTY. Tried by the second London Jury before Mr. RECORDER. ...

16. JAMES BAKER, theft: simple grand larceny, 29 Oct 1783.

... 804. JAMES BAKER was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 18th of October last, eight pieces of plain gauze containing forty yards, value 5 l. the property of Henry Higgins. NOT GUILTY. Tried by the second London Jury before Mr. RECORDER. ...

17. THOMAS FIELD, deception: fraud, 11 May 1785.

... , issued against Higgins ... issued against - Higgins ... against Higgins was ever ...

18. DANIEL HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 31 May 1786.

... 483. DANIEL HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 16th day of May, one net, called a casting net, value 10 s. the property of James Davidson. WILLIAM HALL sworn. On the 16th of May, I was at my master's house; I heard the bell ring in a violent manner ...

19. JOHN WARREN, theft: simple grand larceny, 13 Dec 1786.

... cannot say. SUSANNAH HIGGINS ... into Mrs. Higgins's ...

20. WILLIAM GREGORY, theft: simple grand larceny, 19 Jul 1786.

... 568. WILLIAM GREGORY was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 3d day of June last, eighty-six pounds weight of tea, value 20 l. and one chest, value 1 s. the property of Thomas Garrett, William Heathfield, and Thomas Higgins. EDWARD LARKIN sworn. On the 3d of June ...

21. Punishment summary from Old Bailey Proceedings; Thomas Wright, Session V, Wednesday 31st May 1786, Parts I-VI, 693-818

... Browning, Daniel Higgins ...

22. Punishment summary from Old Bailey Proceedings; John Burnell, Session III, Wednesday 17th February 1788, Parts I-VII, 225-332

... Hill, Philip Bono, Michael Higgins ...

23. MICHAEL HIGGINS, theft: housebreaking, 27 Feb 1788.

... of January I was called upon to apprehend Higgins ... 163. MICHAEL HIGGINS was indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Samuel Keep, on the 13th of January, between the hours of one and two in the afternoon, and stealing a cocoa-nut goblet tipped ...

24. GRACE MADDOCKS, theft: receiving stolen goods, 09 Jan 1788.

... 133. GRACE MADDOCKS was indicted for feloniously receiving, two diapertable cloths, value 5 s. the property of Joseph Wilcox, knowing the same to be stolen, whereof William Higgins ... for this robbery, their names were Higgins ... last session, Thomas Grose, William Higgins ...

25. Punishment summary from Old Bailey Proceedings; John Burnell, Session I, Wednesday 12th December 1787, Parts I-VI, 1-112

... , John M'Carthy, Thomas Hartman, William Higgins ... Higgins, George ...

26. WILLIAM WATSON, WILLIAM HIGGINS, GEORGE TODD, WILLIAM BROWN, theft: burglary, 12 Dec 1787.

... 79. WILLIAM WATSON, WILLIAM HIGGINS, GEORGE TODD and WILLIAM BROWN, were ... in consequence of my information, all but Higgins ... two or three minutes after, Higgins ... were in my shop, and Higgins ... the spoons; after I had looked at them, Higgins ...

27. WILLIAM HIGGINS, JOSEPH HOLDEN, THOMAS GROSE, GRACE MADDOX, theft: simple grand larceny, 12 Dec 1787.

... 74. WILLIAM HIGGINS, JOSEPH HOLDEN, THOMAS GROSE, and GRACE MADDOX were ... Higgins lodged ... was in that box, which the prisoner Higgins ... in Higgins's room, I found two knives; I asked Higgins ...

28. Punishment summary from Old Bailey Proceedings; William Gill, Session II, Wednesday 14th January 1789, Parts I-VI, 93-212

... Thorpe, Robert Young, Mary Higgins ...

29. MARY HIGGINS, alias HERRALD, theft: shoplifting, 14 Jan 1789.

... 102. MARY HIGGINS, alias HERRALD, was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 19th of December last, thirty-seven yards of blue silk lutestring, of the value of 7 l. the goods of John Barlow and John Hops, privately in their shop. JOHN BARLOW sworn. I live in Cranbourn ... 

1790's

1. ALLEN CAMERON, theft: simple grand larceny, 24 Feb 1790.

... of worsted binding; the boy served him. RICHARD HIGGINS ... I shall go to the Devil. RICHARD HIGGINS ...

2. EDD ADAMS, theft: simple grand larceny, 20 Feb 1793.

... given to the supercargo, Mr. Higgins ...

3. RICHARD ROGERS, offences against the king: tax offences, 16 Sep 1795.

... coming forward to give bail for Mr. Higgins ...

4. GEORGE CARR, WILLIAM REYNOLDS otherwise BAT-CHELOR, theft: simple grand larceny, 17 Sep 1794.

... ? - No, one Mary Higgins ... me, is witness to my shirt. SUSANNA HIGGINS ...

5. JOHN SMITH, theft: simple grand larceny, 31 May 1797.

... . TIMOTHY HIGGINS ...

6. JOHN TULL, theft with violence: highway robbery, 26 Apr 1797.

... of trowsers, value 52s. the property of Parmenus Higgins ... the things taken from me. PARMENUS HIGGINS ... him on the 29th of March, to Mr. Higgins ...

7. ANTHONY BOSWELL, theft: simple grand larceny, 26 Apr 1797.

... of Higgins ...

8. Supplementary material: PAUL THOMASLE MAITRE, JOHN SMITH, GEORGE HIGGINS, 11 May 1796.

... 317. PAUL THOMASLE MAITRE, JOHN SMITH, and GEORGE HIGGINS, were put to the bar, and the Jury sworn, when the Attorney-General declining to offer any evidence against them, they were discharged. ...

9. ROBERT THOMAS CROSSFIELD, offences against the king: treason, 11 May 1796.

... , tea-broker - challenged. Thomas Higgins ... Higgins, to procure ... Council, and Le Maitre, Smith, and Higgins ... of January. Q. Upton, Le Maitre, and Higgins ... in it? - A. I cannot say exactly; but I think, Higgins ...

10. ROBERT PARTINGTON, MARTIN HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 20 Feb 1799.

... came up and took hold of us. Higgins's ... 24.) Confined one month in Newgate. Higgins ... 140. ROBERT PARTINGTON and MARTIN HIGGINS were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 14th of February, a wooden cask, value 6d. and 67 lb. weight of nails, value 27s ...

11. SAMUEL GODFREY, JOHN BENNETT, theft: specified place, 05 Dec 1798.

... , in the dwelling-house of Eleanor Higgins ...

12. Punishment summary from Old Bailey Proceedings; Sir JOHN WILLIAM ANDERSON, Session Third, Wednesday 14th February 1798, 171-272

... whipped. - 1. - John Higgins ...

13. JOHN HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 14 Feb 1798.

... 203. JOHN HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 19th of January, a hempen bag, value 6d. and 120 pounds weight of iron rivets, value 2l. the property of Mary Priestley. JOHN CASE sworn. - I live servant with Mrs. Priestley, in Dog-and Bear-yard: I brought ...

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