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John Court, Theft > petty larceny, 15th July 1767.
... handkerchief, value 10 d. the property of William Benge , June 26 . ++ (The prisoner being a foreigner, an interpreter was sworn.) William Benge . I am a messenger of the Navy office . On the 26th of last ...
Richard Brace, Deception > forgery, 5th April 1769.
... s has no resemblance of his hand writing. William Benge . I am servant to Mr. Barnes. I know my master corresponds with the Rev. Mr. Hugh Lewis by letter. I carried a letter from my master directed to him. ...
MARY BENGE, Theft > simple larceny; FRANCES ROSS, Theft > simple larceny, 16th July 1829.
1529. MARY BENGE and FRANCES ROSS were indicted for stealing, on the 18th of June , 12lbs. weight of flour, value 2s. 6d., and 16 lbs. weight of other flour, value 3s ...
JOSEPH BENGE, Theft > theft from a specified place, 6th April 1835.
921. JOSEPH BENGE was indicted for stealing, on the 24th of March, 452lbs. of lead, value 4l. 4s.; the goods of William Rowley, upon a certain wharf, adjacent to a cer ...
NICHOLAS POWERS, Theft > stealing from master; JUSTINE INNES, Theft > stealing from master; JOSEPH BENGE, Theft > stealing from master; JOHN LINNEY, Theft > receiving, 21st September 1835.
1979. NICHOLAS POWERS, JUSTINE INNES , and JOSEPH BENGE , were indicted for stealing on the 20th of August, 5 1/2 lbs. of copper, value 5s. 6d., the goods of Richard Hughes, their master: and JOHN LINNEY f ...
NICHOLAS POWERS, Theft > stealing from master; JUSTINE INNES, Theft > stealing from master; JOSEPH BENGE, Theft > stealing from master; JOHN LINNEY, Theft > stealing from master, 21st September 1835.
2067. NICHOLAS POWERS, JUSTINE INNES , and JOSEPH BENGE were indicted for stealing, on the 3rd of August, 8 pounds 4 ounces of copper, value 8s., the goods of Richard Hughes, their master; the said Joseph ...
JOSEPH BENGE, Theft > stealing from master, 15th August 1836.
1787. JOSEPH BENGE was indicted for stealing, on the 9th of April, 12 glass bottles, value 3s.; and 2 gallons of whiskey, value 1l. 16s.; the goods of William Hugh Powe ...
JOHN EDWARDS, Deception > forgery, 19th October 1840.
... prosecute know your hand writing? A. No. WILLIAM BENGE (City police constable. No. 262.) I took the prisoner, and found two duplicates and 2 1/2 d.;—I asked his name, and he refused to give it. SATT ...
PETER BENGE, Theft > burglary; WILLIAM GILLINGS, Theft > burglary, 4th July 1853.
801. PETER BENGE and WILLIAM GILLINGS , burglary in the dwelling house of John Wood, and stealing 6 paintings, value 1,000l.; and other goods, 6l. 55.; his property. ...
EMMA BENGE, Theft > stealing from master, 3rd April 1854.
549. EMMA BENGE , stealing, at Charlton, 3 yards of crape, 2 pots of jam, 1 bottle of wine, 9 yards of calico, 1 handkerchief, 1 robe, 2 caps, 3 towels, and two yard ..
WILLIAM BRAZIER, Theft > animal theft, 17th August 1857.
... . W. J. PAYNE. conducted the Prosecution. WILLIAM BENGE . (Policeman, K 436). On Sunday morning 12th July, between 2 and 3 o'clock, I saw the prisoner in Abbey Lane, West Ham, coming towards me from the Ba ...
JOHN STRATFORD, Theft > stealing from master; JOHN GRAHAM, Theft > stealing from master, 5th April 1858.
... past 12 o'clock and the prisoner's waggon. ROBERT BENGE . I am one of Mr. Torr's carmen. On 12th March I took out a load at twenty or twenty five minutes past 2 o'clock in the morning—onehad started ...
JOHN WILLIAMS, Royal Offences > coining offences; GEORGE HAWKINS, Royal Offences > coining offences, 2nd February 1863.
... in. MR. WILLIAMS conducted the Prosecution. SARAH BENGE . I am the wife of William Benge, of the Mason's Arms, Cannon row, Woolwich—on Saturday, 3d January, about half past 5 o'clock, Williams came i ...
ALBERT DAVIS, Deception > fraud; GEORGE SHIPTON, Deception > fraud; STEPHEN BURLEY, Deception > fraud; WILLIAM MALEM, Deception > fraud, 11th January 1865.
... Carman," was on the cart that Malem had. WILLIAM BENGE . I am a licensed victualler, in Cannon row, Woolwich—on 8th December, about 3 in the afternoon, Malem called at my house and had a pint of por ...
JOHN NORRIS, Breaking Peace > wounding; DANIEL LINIHAN, Breaking Peace > wounding; JOHN CARTY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 20th October 1879.
... re very violent—they were all sober. JOSEPH BENGE (Policeman R R 24). Carty was given over to me in Queen Street by Sergeant Cross on 3rd October about 11.30—when I got near a iodging house Car
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