Proceedings from the Old Bailey central ,London court
John Parris, Theft > petty larceny, 9th December 1761.
11. (L.) John Parris , was indicted for stealing one linen handkerchief, value 10 d. the property of John Rogers , Oct. 28 . ++ John Rogers . On the 28th of October I was ...
Punishment summary, 9th December 1761.
... ars, 1. William Smith . For seven years, 18. John Parris , Mary Coolet , Cicely Hickey , Samuel Brookshed , Mary Bready , Mary Arnott , William Everitt , Letice Fleming, Thomas Woodhouse, Mary Hughes, Eliza ...
BENJAMIN WATTY, Theft > simple larceny, 27th May 1830.
... en in my sight, and threw down this tea pot. JOHN PARRIS . I heard the cry of Stop thief! and saw the prisoner advancing he threw down this tea pot; I took him back. Prisoner's Defence. I went to the Sugar ...
STEPHEN O'NEAL, Theft > simple larceny, 8th September 1831.
... nd 1 key, value 2d. , the goods of John Freestene Parris . MARY PARRIS . I am the wife of John Freestene Parris, we live at Maida hill the prisoner visited my first floor lodger. On the 1st of September thi ...
WILLIAM SMITH, Theft > simple larceny; FREDERICK YOUNG, Theft > simple larceny; JOHN WEBB, Theft > simple larceny, 4th July 1833.
... wheelbarrow, value 10s. , the goods of Archibald Parris . MR. CLARKSON conducted the prosecution. WILLIAM SMITH . I am carman to Mr. Archibald Parris, of Beech hill park; I live at one of his farms in the ...
ARRIET TAYLOR, Royal Offences > coining offences; NOAH AARON, Royal Offences > coining offences, 3rd April 1837.
... ashes—the spoons were on the shelf. WILLIAM PARRIS . I am landlord of the house No. 12, Rose lane, and am a marine store dealer. The prisoners occupied a room in my house—I saw the policeman com ...
JOSEPH COOPER, Royal Offences > coining offences, 12th May 1851.
... CLERK and GEAREY conducted the Prosecution. JANE PARRIS . I am the daughter of John Parris, who keep an eating house at Denmark hill, Camberwell. On 22nd April, in the evening, the prisoner came and asked ...
ELIZABETH THOMAS, Deception > fraud, 15th December 1851.
... at day I had come home with seven of them. ROBERT PARRIS . I am a surveyor, and live at 5, Walsingham terrace, Lambeth—the prisoner came to me in July, and said she wished to speak to me about a littl ...
THOMAS SMITH, Royal Offences > coining offences; JAMES SULLIVAN, Royal Offences > coining offences, 27th February 1854.
... o towards Denniark hill—Smith went into Mr. Parris's coffee and eating house—Sullivan remained on the other side of the way, and the third remained close outside the shop door—Smith came o ...
GEORGE JOHN PARRIS, Theft > embezzlement, 23rd October 1854.
1084. GEORGE JOHN PARRIS was indicted for embezzlement. MR. PAYNE conducted the Prosecution. CAROLINE GODSMARK . I am a grocer, of No. 106, King's road, Chelses. I had dealin
WILLIAM PARRIS, Breaking Peace > threatening behaviour, 14th August 1865.
812. WILLIAM PARRIS (50),PLEADED GUILTY to feloniously sending a letter to Henry St. John Bullen, threatening to murder him. Judgment Respited. Before Mr. Common Serjean ...
JAMES FLEWETT, Violent Theft > robbery, 6th March 1899.
... I ran to my sister's place to call my mother. TOM PARRIS . On Monday, February 28th, I was at a fire at 2, Tenter Street, and the prisoner bounded up the fire escape and materially assisted the firemen by h ...
ERNEST JOHN DACRE, Deception > forgery, 17th October 1904.
... uggage which he took away on august 23rd. WILLIAM PARRIS (402 D.) About 8 p.m. on August 22nd I was on duty near Oxford Circus when, in consequence of a statement by a lady, I crossed the road and saw the p ...