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The Proceedings of the Old Bailey London 
1800's 
Part 4 


Criminal trials held at London's central criminal court

  
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1. ELIZABETH EDWARDS, theft: simple grand larceny, 09 Jul 1800.

... took it out of my hand. For the Prisoner. HENRY HIGGINS ...

2. JANE QUINNEY, theft: simple grand larceny, 28 May 1800.

... Higgins, lodger, in John ...

3. DANIEL ALCOCK, theft: simple grand larceny, 16 Sep 1801.

... is Higgins. (Produces ... to by Messer.) - HIGGINS ... to Higgins's and challenged ...

4. HENRY WHITTON, WILLIAM AGLES, theft: simple grand larceny, 18 Feb 1801.

... 253. HENRY WHITTON and WILLIAM AGLES were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 10th of February, the carcase of a sheep, value 30s. the property of Samuel Higgins. There being no evidence to bring the charge home to the prisoners, they were Both ACQUITTED. First ...

5. WILLIAM MOORE, ROBERT FOGHARTY, theft: simple grand larceny, theft: receiving stolen goods, 17 Sep 1800.

... to Mr. Sheriff Higgins ...

6. HANNAH CLARKE, theft: simple grand larceny, 17 Sep 1800.

... Higgins. CHARLES HIGGINS ... girl. FANNY HIGGINS ... to by Higgins ...

7. DENNIS BURK, theft with violence: robbery, 18 Sep 1802.

... . Where were you? - A. In the house of Thomas Higgins ... 651. DENNIS BURK was indicted for making an assault in the dwelling-house of Thomas Higgins, on the 2d of August, upon Edward Welch, putting him in fear, and taking from his person, a pocket, value one halfpenny, four ...

8. THOMAS HYDE, theft: simple grand larceny, 26 Oct 1803.

... HIGGINS sworn. - I ...

9. JAMES HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 14 Sep 1803.

... 650. JAMES HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 22d of July, a silk handkerchief, value 2s. the property of John Morse. JOHN MORSE sworn. - I am a farrier: On the the 22d of July I was going down Whitechapel, and felt a pull; I turned about, and saw the prisoner ...

10. MATTHEW BANKS, sexual offences: bigamy, 06 Jul 1803.

... did take to wife, Alice Higgins ... to Alice Higgins. Q. How do you know her name was Higgins ...

11. JOHN WILLIAMS, theft: specified place, 12 Jan 1803.

... , my husband and Mr. Higgins ... , were going out at the door at the time; Mr. Higgins ...

12. JAMES PLUNKET, theft: simple grand larceny, 12 Jan 1803.

... 134. JAMES PLUNKET was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 10th of January, a silver watch, value 30s. the property of George Higgins. GEORGE HIGGINS sworn. - I am a servant to Mr. Clarkson, at the Crown and Anchor, Judd-place, Sommers ...

13. JOHN HIGGINS, CHARLES CLARK, WILLIAM DOE, MARY DOE, theft: burglary, 18 Sep 1805.

... 608. JOHN HIGGINS, CHARLES CLARK, WILLIAM DOE, and MARY DOE, were indicted ... ? - A. Yes, and brought Higgins ... . When Higgins came ... time: Higgins ... an hour), Higgins ...

14. JOHN FOUNTAIN, alias FRANKLIN, theft: specified place, 10 Jul 1805.

... 484. JOHN FOUNTAIN, alias FRANKLIN, was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 10th of June, a purse, value 1 d. five guineas, six half-guineas, seven seven-shilling pieces, a crown-piece, and thirty shillings, the property of Robert Higgins ... . ROBERT HIGGINS sworn ...

15. JAMES HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 24 Apr 1805.

... 298. JAMES HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 17th of April, a mahagony table, value 12 s. the property of James Nash. PETER NASH sworn. - I work with my father at No. 16, Wapping-wall, Shadwell: On Wednesday night, the 17th of April, between five and six ...

16. RICHARD HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 20 Feb 1805.

... again? - A. Yes, Richard Higgins ... 188. RICHARD HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 4th of February, five table-cloths, value 26 s. two pillow-cases, value 4 s. eight aprons, value 16 s. and three towels, value 1 s. 6 d. the property of Elizabeth ...

17. TIMOTHY HIGGINS, BRIDGET HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 24 Oct 1804.

... 574. TIMOTHY HIGGINS and BRIDGET HIGGINS were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 1st of September, a shirt, value 2 s. two pair of stockings, value 1 s. two handkerchiefs, value 1 s. two bed-curtains, value 1 s. a sofa-cover, value ...

18. EDWARD KING, GEORGE MUSSARD, otherwise GEORGE MUSLIN, theft: simple grand larceny, 16 May 1804.

... of the men was of the name of Higgins ...

19. Front Matter from Old Bailey Proceedings; John Perring, Session Fifth, Wednesday 16th May 1804, 255-294

... , John Higgins, John ...

20. PHILIP HALLET, theft: receiving stolen goods, 08 Apr 1807.

... Pickford, Jonathan Higgins ...

21. ELIZABETH MADDOX, ISABELLA LAMB, theft: simple grand larceny, 08 Apr 1807.

... of John Higgins. JOHN HIGGINS. I ... ; they said, I dare say Mr. Higgins ... with large coals; Mr. Higgins ...

22. PATRICK HIGGINS, TIMOTHY QUIN, theft: burglary, 18 Feb 1807.

... 174. PATRICK HIGGINS and TIMOTHY QUIN were indicted for burglariously ... them. Q. Higgins ... it. Cross-examined by Mr. Gurney. Higgins ... , where I understood the prisoner Higgins ... . I found the prisoner Higgins ...

23. Front Matter from Old Bailey Proceedings; Sir William Leighton, Session First, Wednesday 3rd December 1806, 1-56

... , Robert Higgins ...

24. JOHN HIGGINS, theft: simple grand larceny, 21 May 1806.

... 348. JOHN HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 29th of April, three pewter pint pots, value 1 s. 6 d. the property of Ishmael Birch. The case was stated by Mr. Alley. ISHMAEL BIRCH sworn. Examined by Mr. Alley. - Q. You are a publican. - A. Yes, I live ...

25. STEPHEN BOSARY, FREDERIC BERLIN, PETER COSLING, theft: simple grand larceny, 19 Feb 1806.

... that were packed in that trunk. JOHN HIGGINS ...

26. MARY COLINGWOOD, theft: burglary, 15 Jan 1806.

... , value 6 d. the property of George Higgins ...

27. MARY BENNET, theft: simple grand larceny, 15 Jan 1806.

... 76. MARY BENNET was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 28th of October, a gown value 10 s. the property of William Higgins. ELIZABETH HIGGINS sworn. My husband's name is William Higgins, he is a working ...

28. THOMAS GOBEY, theft: simple grand larceny, 04 Dec 1805.

... from Mr. Higgins ... carry twelve or more. FRANCIS HIGGINS ... by Mr. Ridge, jun, and Mr. Higgins ...

29. JOHN RAYDEN, GEO. RAYDEN, WILLIAM NOBLE, theft: simple grand larceny, theft: receiving stolen goods, 04 Dec 1805.

... , or else I should not have bought it. JAMES HIGGINS ...

30. THOMAS PRICE, THOMAS WHITE, theft: specified place, 04 Dec 1805.

... where they put it to? - A. Yes. JOHN HIGGINS ... secured them in the public house; I returned with Higgins ... . (To Higgins). Was it in the way ...

31. ROBERT CABLE, MARY SEAGO, theft: receiving stolen goods, 30 Oct 1805.

... goods, whereof John Higgins ... Higgins, Charles ... of Higgins, Clark ... Higgins, Clark, and Doe ... indicted last Sessions of the name of Clark and Higgins ...

32. MARY JENNINGS, theft: simple grand larceny, 13 Jul 1808.

... 525. MARY JENNINGS was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 10th of July, two guineas, fourteen half guineas, and a bank note, value 1 l. the property of John Higgins. JOHN HIGGINS. I am a labouring man, I live at Woolwich; I came ...

33. JOHN OVERTON, theft: simple grand larceny, 01 Jun 1808.

... there. JOSEPH HIGGINS ...

34. EDWARD HIGGINS, theft: specified place, 17 Feb 1808.

... 224. EDWARD HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 14th of February, eight pair of shoes, value 1 l. and a pair of boots, value 1 l. the propertyof Edward Pitman, in his dwelling house. JOSEPH HAMLET. I live at No. 12, Cranbourn street, in the parish of St ...

35. JOHN HIGGINS, theft: specified place, 01 Nov 1809.

... 868. JOHN HIGGINS was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 17th of October a watch, value 3 l. 10 s. a gold broach, value 8 s. two gilt chains, value 1 s. two gilt seals, value 2 s. a watch key, value 1 s. a silver pencil case, value 3 s. 6 d. a silver tobacco stopper ...




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