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The Police Gazette

12/11/1862

Printer / Publisher: Harrison and Sons HMSO
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 3700
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Date of Article: 12/11/1862
Printer / Publisher: Harrison and Sons HMSO
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Volume Number:     Issue Number: 3700
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POLICE GAZETTE. CONTAINING The substance of all Informations received in cases of Felony, and of Misdemeanors of an aggravated nature, and against Receivers of Stplen Goods, repute* Thieves, and Offenders escaped from Custody, with the time, the place, and the circumstance of the Offence. The Names of Persons charged with Offences who are known but not in custody, and a Description of those who are not known, their Appearance, Dress, and other marks of identity. The Names of Accomplices and Accessories, with every particular which may lead to their Apprehension. A Description, as accurate as passible, of Property that has been stolen, and a minute Description of Stolen Horses, for the purpose of tracing and recovering them. No. 3700 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1862. Notice.— It is requested that all communications for the pur- pose of obtaining or giving information respecting supposed offenders, or stolen property, may bear the Signature of the person requiring or sending the same, and all applications in reference to the POLICE GAZETTE may be made and addressed to . MR. W. D. BURNABY, the Editor, Police Court, Bow- street, London, W. C. *.* Whenever it is desired that any person should be appre hended, and the Name is given, it is indispensably necessary that an Information should be made and sworn to before a Magistrate, . of the Offence charged, and an attested copy thereof, together with • the Advertisement, forwarded to the Editor for insertion. As no charge is made for the insertion of any article in the POLICE GAZETTE, aI8 abetters addressed to the Editor must be | » l- 4' jSJli « J, otherwise the insertion will not be made. It is requested that the Names and Descriptions of Deserters and Absentees from the Militia, as well as those from the regular Army, intended for insertion in the POLICE GAZETTE, may be addressed to " Tb « Under Secretary of State for War, War Office, Pall Mall, Lou v>. W.," as they cannot be published without his authority. T" INFORMATIONS. MURDER AND MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING. Description of a Prussian sailor, who is charged with cutting and wounding, with intent to murder, Thomas Burke, who is now in the Royal Naval Hospital, Stonehouse : about 5 feet 8 inches high, 30 years of age, light complexion, dark frizzly hair, speaks very bad English ; dressed in the Prussian naval uniform, blue round jacket with brass buttons, and blue trousers and cap, he may probably have changed his dress. In formation to be given to Mr. Ross, Superintendent, or to Sergt. J. Ockford, Devon County Constabulary, St. George's Hall, Stonehouse, Devon.— Bow- street, November 10. Description^ JONATHAN CABLE, a navvy, who is charged with having, on the 21st ultimo, at Middleton, in the Kirkby Lonsdale1 Division of the county of Westmorland, wounded Joseph Parrington, gamekeeper to M. Moore, Esq., with intent to do him grievous bodily harm. Cable is about 35 years of age, 5 faet- 7 inches high, slender figure, dark brown hair, which he Wears rather long, short whiskers round the chin, very dark complexion, front teeth irregular, discoloured, and much decayed ; he'is a native of Ulverston, North Lanca- shire, and has an acquairifcjircv? ai Berry Edge, in the county of Durham, where he is well known, anu! where he is supposed to have gone to; dressed when he ' absconded in grey tweed coat, with two pockets outside an^_ a small ticket ditto inside right breast, and has been repaired with a small patch of a lighter c dour at the back of the collar and on left breast, old plain fustian trousers, watertight boots, much worn, and black cloth cap ; he turns his toes out when walking, and is in the habit of fighting when drunk. Information to be given to Mr. E. Hibberd, Superintendent of Constabulary, Kendal, Westmorland ; or at the Chief Constable's Office, Carlisle.— Bow- street, November 7. ARSON AND WILFUL BURNING. Early on the morning of the 5th instant, some person or persons set fire to a Straw Stack, s anding in a farm- yard, the property of John Banks, farmer, of Barkston, Yorkshire; sus- picion is attached to a tramp who was begging at the house at 6 o'clock the previous night: about 20 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, light hair and complexion ; dressed in blue pilot monkey jacket, dirty moleskin trousers, and cap. Information to be given to Mr. Lottey, Superintendent, West Riding Con stabulary, Selby, or to Inspector Dimelow, Sherburn, York- shire.— Bow- street, November 7. Quilliam, Liverpool, No. 6919, the case marked inside ' S. 2,' and the Liverpool hall mark, a lion and three sheaves of corn, there is a slight scratch or crack on the dial; had a black Ribbon and brass Key attached. A reward of £ 1 will be paid on the recovery of the said watch, and conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Superintendent Robson, Police Station, Darlington, Durham.— Bow- street, November 12. The watch advertised in the Police Gazette of the 7th instant as supposed to have been stolen from the person of Edward Baldry, at Framlingham, has been recovered and a returned convict named JOHN SAUNDERS, of Stradbrooke, labourer, has been committed to take his trial at the ensuing quarter sessions to he held at' Ipswich, charged with stealing the same.— Boir- street, November 12. Stolen, between 6 and 7 p. m. on the 6th instant, from the person of Mr. John Greaves, of No. 23, Brecknock- street, Camden- town, while in a crowd at the box entrance of Sadler's Wells Theatre, a gold lever Watch, maker Robert Danby, with gold Albert Chain, Seal, Key, « nd Seven- shilling Piece, date 1762, attached .— Metropolitan Police, G Division, No- vember 12. Stolen from the person of a gentleman about 6 p. m. on the 4th instant, at Warrington, a silk Net Purse, containing a £ 20 and a £ 5 Bank of England Note, and about £ 15 in Gold and Silver. By a prostitute of small figure, dressed in black plaid shawl,' black turban hat and fall. Also stolen from the person of a lady, about 3 p. m. on the 5th instant, in Bridge street, Warrington, a maroon leather Porte- monnaie, containing ii' 14 10s. in Gold, some Silver, a silver Pencil- case, a Season Ticket for the International Exhibition with the owner's name written thereon, and a small ivory Tablet for memoranda. In- formation to be given to Mr. John S. Macmichael, Chief Con- stable, Warrington.— Bow- street, November 10. Stolen between 6 and 7 p. m. on the 6th instant, from the person of Mr. Wm. Sims, of 1. Chalcot- terrace, Primrose Hill, while at the box entrance of Sadler's Wells Theatre, a gold Watch gold dial, seconds hands, maker Dent, on works and dial.— Metropolitan Police, G Division, November 10. Stolen, on the afternoon of the 8th instant, from the per- son of a lady at the Macclesfield Railway Station, a drab coloured Purse with steel clasp, containing a Sovereign and a Half Sovereign in gold, and two Checks for £ 19 5s. each, drawn by Thomas Taylor, of Liverpool, upon the Liverpool Branch Bank of the Bank of England. Information to be given to James Etchells, Superintendent of Police, Town Hall, Macclesfield.— Bow- street, November 10. Stolen on the 8th instant, at Carnarvon, from the person of Ann Jones, of Cwmyglo, near Carnarvon, a purse containing about £ 13 in Gold and Silver, a £ 5 Note, endorsed ' L. Muller.' Information to be given at the Chief Constable's Office, Car- narvon.— Bow- street, November 10. Supposed to have been stolen from the person of Edward Baldry, of Brandeston, labourer, at the ' Queen's Head ' inn, Framlingham, on the 3rd instant, an old- fashioned double case silver Watch, inside case very thin, flat stock, figured face, a piece of crape and brass Key attached, maker J. Tringham, London, No. 32783. Information to be given to Inspector Fisher, Pramlingham, Suffolk.— Bow- street, November 7. Stolen from the person of Thomas Marchant, of Wivels- field, in the skittle- alley of the ' Ship' inn, Cuckfield, Sussex, on the 3rd instant, a double case silver hunting Watch, ' T. M. engraved on the inside of the outer case. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent Akehnrst, Cuckfield; Chief Constable's Office, Lewes ; or at any Police Station in East Sussex.— Bow- street, November 7. FORGERY. THOMAS and WILLIAM COOKE, curriers and tanners, of Kidderminster, bankrupts, who absconded charged with forgery, advertised in the Police Gazette of the 19th ultimo, are still at large. £ 100 reward is now offered for their appre- hension, or £ 50 for each, by the assignees of the bankrupts' estate. Application to be made to James Gifford, Chief Super- intendent of Police, who holds a warrant for their apprehen- sion.— Bow- street, November 7. Description of JOHN BORFITT, late of North Devon, an Independent minister, who is charged on warrant with forging certain Bills of Exchange : about 65 years of age, 5 feet fi inches high grey hair, florid face ( as if from drink); dressed in black, well- known at Shoreham and Brighton. Information to be given to Mr. T. Blanchard, Chief Superintendent, Barn- staple, Devonshire.— Bow- street, November 7. made ; dressed in black, and had on a high- crowned hat. In- formation to be given to Mr. Charles Griffin, Superintendent of Police, Constabulary Office, Gloucester.— Bow- street, Nov. 12. Stolen on the 8th instant, by means of housebreaking, the property of John Jones, of Folds Heath, Salop, a gold- plated Geneva Watch, small size, had a gold- plated Guard Chain with silver Coin attached; a gold hoop Keeper Ring, which has been broken and pieced ; and a gold Brooch with hair in centre. Supposed by tramps. Information to be given to John Dovey, Constabulary Office, Shrewsbury.— Bow- street, November 12. Further information respecting the burglary at the Rev. II. Finch's, Oakham Vicarage, Rutland, on the night of the 24th ultimo. THOMAS SMITH, alias McCALL or MACAULAY, was, on the 11th instant, committed for trial at the next assizes to be held for the county of Rutland, charged with committing the same: he was tried at Notting- ham for house- breaking on the 13th ultimo, and acquitted ; he was also tried, with two other men, at the last Lincoln mid- summer assizes, for burglary in that county, and acquitted. He . is supposed to be a returned convict, having beeu r '"' ou. sly sentenced to penal servitude for felony : he ia years of age, 5 feet 8| inches high, dark brown h^ whiskers, which appear to have been recently sha forehead, pockmarked face, scar on upper lip mole on right cheek, on right fore arm a ' cross, on the left arm ' M. C. S.,' is prj walks very erectly, has been travel lii mentioned in Police Gazette of the 29/ when apprehended in black low- a necktie, dark figured vestj ~ light worsted cord trousef has been living a long timl ti> ed in the Police Gazette I has not yet been recovered^ County Chief Constable, Oak' ' 12. ROBBERY AND LARCENY FROM THE PERSON. Stolen from the person of Mr. John Haigh, in the fair at Darlington, on the 10th instant, a lever Watch, maker's name, BURGLARY AND HOUSE BREAKING, The two men JOHN SCOTT, alias THOMAS JAMES, alias HENRY BRYANT, and JOHN WILSON, charged with breaking into the house of Mrs. Bennett, Stoke- terrace, Devonport, advertised in the Police Gazette of the 3rd instant, have been committed to fake their trial at the next quarter sessions to be held in and for the borough of Devonport; none of the stolen property has been found ; it is supposed that they have both been previously convicted, and sentenced to penal servitude. Information to be given to Superintendent John Lynn, Borough Police, Devonport.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen from the pantry of the Lodge ( which was entered by taking a pane of glass out of the window), at Botley Grange, near Southampton, between the hours of 1 and 8 a. m. on the 11th instant, the property of George Jeffery, an old black reversible Mackintosh, with one button off in front, the button- holes have been torn and mended, and there is a hole under the collar ; a Tea Cloth, a Rag Bag, half a loaf of Bread, and |- lb. of Butter. Information to be given to O. Longland, Superin- tendent, Hants Constabulary, Bitterne, Southampton.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen on the night of the 9th instant, by means of house- breaking, from the residence of Mr. Benjamin Jordan, No. 1, Cromwell- street, Glos'ter, a silver Brooch, snake pattern, slightly chased ; a jasper drab stone Brooch, set in four gold claws ; two electro- plated Tea Spoons, and a leather Purse, containing a 3d.- Piece and five Shillings, in silver, supposed by two men who were seen near the house, one about 20 years of age, thick set, and broad shoulders; dressed in black, and had on a bowler hat: the other about 5 feet 9 inches high, and thin Between the hours of 11 p. m. and the house of Mr. West, of Leswell- terrace^— broken and entered, and the following prop, from, viz.: five silver Tea Spoons ; six white — and Forks; a Writing Desk, containing ml— letters ; a black silk Dress Piece ; a silk Umbrell— silk- velvet Jacket; a large woollen shawl, grey centrP, Burmese Cloak, with tassels; two pairs of men's bTc— Boots, with buckskin fronts; and a case of Razors. Inform- tion to be given to Mr. Gifford, Chief Superintendent of PolicI Kidderminster, Worcestershire.— Bow- street, November 10. Stolen, between the hours of 2 and 7 a. m. on the 9tH instant, by means of housebreaking, from the house of Captaini Davis, R. N., Sea View Villa, Folkestone, a small French Clock! winds up at the back ; four plated silver Table Spoons, marked! D ; a plated Dessert Spoon, marked ' D ' ; two small silved Forks, marked'D'; a plated Fork and Fish Knife, marka D ; six plated Dessert Forks and six Tea Spoons, mark D, and a pair of old Boots, with side springs, men's J Information to be given to Mr. Wm. Martin, Superintend Folkestone, Kent .— Bow- street, November 10. Further information respecting the burglary at the H. Finch's, Oakham Vicarage, on the night of the 24th ul' the following is a description of the property then s addition to the property already advertised in the Police ur; of the 27th ultimo, and which has not yet been recovered Gold Coronation Medals— 2 of Charles II, by Simon. 2 of James II. 2 of William and Mary. George I. George II. George III. 2 of Charlotte. Gold Medals- Pope Alexander III, reo Globe. 1 small Medal of Urban VIII. William III on his Victory over the French and Spaniards at Namur. Queen Anne, on the Victory at Douay. 2 ditto on the Peace, 1715. Gold Coins— 1 Ducat of the United States. 1 piece of 14 Guilders. James I, Five- shilling, or Quarter Laurel. Commonwealth Twenty- shilling Piece, 1653 Oliver's Broad, 1656. 2 Charles II Half- guineas, one plain, 1677, and the other, elephant under bust, 1678. William III bent Half- guinea. George I. Quarter- guinea. Silver Coins— 2 Dollars or Mexico Pieces- of- eight, of Philip IV of Spain 1 ditto, of Leopold. 1 Crown of Lewis V of France. 1 Turkish Coin. 1 Bombay Rupee, in the reign of Charles II, Pax Dei. 1 Penny, Edward, bad. 13 Shillings of Edward VIJ T : • « i 2 Sixpences of ditto, 1 Shilling of Elizabeth. 24 Six- pences of ditto. 2 Three- penny Pieces of dittoj Commonwealth Sixpence. Ditto two Pence. Ditto Half- penny. 2 POLICE GAZETTE. November 12. Oliver's Half- crown, gilt. Charles I HaJf- penny, florest rex. Charges II Crown. James II, two Crowns. William III, Crown. Ditto four Sixpences. Charles II, Sixpences. James II, ditto. William and Mary, ditto. Anne, ditto. George I, ditto. George IV. ditto. Groats of Charles II. Ditto. rf Anne. , Half- groats of William and Mary. Pennies of James II., and 2 ditto of George I. 2 Shillings, of George II. 1 Druid Penny in Silver, and 2 ditto in Copper. 1' Farthing- of George- 1. 1 Half- Penny of George II. Silver Medals— The Emperor Maximilian, reverse the Empress, 1479. Gustavus Adolphus, a cast medal. Frederick King of Sweden, on his coronation, by Hed- linger Siege of Kenna, 1689. Lord Pembroke, 1562. « * Anne, Queen to Charles I. Two Coronation Medals of Charles II. Charles II, reo his Queen, gilt. Ditto on his asserting his right to the Empire of the Seas, 1666. Ditto, reo Libertas line. Lord Lauderdale. Cleminta, wife of the Pretender. Queen Mary II, Coronation Medal. Queen Anne, Coronation Medal. Ditto, on the Victory of Alderard. 2 Ann Insula:, Capta? on taking Lisle. Ditto, on granting the tenths to the Sons of the Clergy. Ditto, on the Battle of Almenard. Ditto, on taking Douay. Ditto, on the Victory at Teniers. George I, on his Coronation. Ditto, on his entry into London. Ditto, on the Naval Victory over the Spaniards, in 1718. Copper Medals— Peter the Great, Emperor of Russia, on his Visit to Paris. ! Innocent I. s of Poland, on her Coronation. , Queen of James II, on his Death. diniral Hawke's Victory off Belleisle, 1759. of Quebec, 1759. rrender of Guadaloupe, 1759. y at Minden, 1759. 3/ 4 three pairs of men's cord Trousers ; three pairs magenta Stockings; 91bs. green Tea; 71bs. mixed ditto ; a small piece of Alpaca ; and 10s. in Copper. A man was seen loitering about the shop on the night of the robbery; about 35 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, light complexion, hair, and whiskers, stout built; dressed in dark jacket and cap. Information to be given to Mr. Jenner, Superintendent, Lewes; to P. C. Mans- | hridge, Chailev ; or to any Police Station in East Sussex.— Bow- street, November 7. During the night of the 5th instant a dwelling- house in Ashfield- road, Claughton, Cheshire, was burglariously entered, and the following property stolen: a light grey cloth sac Overcoat with silk quilted collar, pockets at the sides ; two pairs of Wellington Boots, one pair patent leather, both have red tops ; a brown silk Umbrella with ivory handle ; and four pairs of kid Gloves, different colours, 8 size. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent Hammond, County Consta- bulary, Birkenhead, Cheshire.— Bow- street. November 7. Slaughtered and stolen between the night of the 7th and morning of the Qthi instant, from a field in the parish of Den- ham, in the county of Bucks, the property of Andrew Batten, butcher, Uxbridge, an ewe Sheep ; the skin, head, and entrails were left behind. Information to be given to Inspctor Dunham, Iver, Ux bridge ; or to Mr. Superintendent T. K. Clark, Bucks Constabulary, Slough.— Bow- street, November 10. HORSE AND CATTLE STEALING. Supposed to have been stolen, on the 18th ultimo, from a field in the township of Bishop Auckland, a'grey Horse Pony, rising 3 years old, about 13 hands high, and dark legs. Also supposed to have been stolen, on the 5th instant, from a field in the township of Crook, a thorough bred Horse, 4 years old, 15 hands high, bay, thick hock far leg, has a great many white hairs underneath the belly, and also some about the jaws. In- formation to be given to Mr. Superintendent Henderson, Bishop Auckland, Durham.— Bow- street, November 12. Further particulars of the Horse stolen from Bramshaw, Wilts, and advertised in the Police Gazette of the 3rd instant. The horse has been traced from the stable where it was stolen, through Picket Post Gate, New Forest, Hants, to Ringwood and Ringwood Gate, in a direction for Wimbo ne, Poole, or Dorchester, in the possession of a man of the following description : he is about 34 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, thin, rather dark complexion, very little or no whiskers, dark hair ( short), has a sharp quick, voice, and walks a little stoop- ing ; dressed in a dark loose overcoat reaching nearly to the knees, tight fitting jockey cut cord trousers, low crowned black hat, and lace- up boots with eyelet holes. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent Matthews, Fisherton Police Station, near Salisbury, Wilts.— Bow- street, November 12 On the night of the 8th instant, a dark- faced six- tooth Hampshire down ewe Sheep, marked ' N' in a circle with pitch and raddle on the near hip, was stolen ( supposed taken away alive) from a fold in a field at Preston Cromarsh, adjoining the high road leading from Wallingford to Benson, Oxon, the property of W. Newton, Esq. £ 5 5s. reward is offered by the Wallingford Association for the Protection of Property and £ 5 5s. by Mr. Newton to any person who will give such information as shall lead to the discovery and conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to R. W. Atkinson, Esq., Wallingford, Solicitor to the Association ; or to Mr. Superintendent H. Seers, Watlington, Oxon.— Bow- November 12. re Box. aste Buckles, liant Ring, hoop, jate Stand, ornamented with pearls and various coloured stones. 2 Medallions. 4 agate Bowls. 1 filigree Pail. 1 ditto Box, with three bottles. 1 cornelian head Ring, engraved. 1 pair Bracelets, clasp and link. 1 paste Buckle. 1 two- row Hoop, with black enamel. 1 pair Bracelets, clasp, Diad cut. 1 amethyst Ring. 1 pair Potenguos Ear- rings. 1 small Urn Ring. I Rings. Brazil Pebble, motto Rings, small Badge, gold, pair of sleeve Buttons, small Ring. i upon the Mount, in pearl, rame. loodstone Box, in silver; filigree Lozenge Box. agate Spoons. Locket with ' R. H. H.' Knives, two blades each, 1 staghorn handle, and silver label, the other one cocoa wood. • man THOMAS SMITH, alias MACAULAY, is remanded on the charge. Information to be given to the Chief Constable of the County, Oakham, Rutland.— Bow- street, November 10. During the night of the 7th instant the dwelling- house of Rhydyferwig New Quay, Cardiganshire, was entered, and the following articles, the property of Mr. Edwards, were stolen : a dark blue and red oxonian doeskin Coat, pockets outside and one inside en the left, lined with black Orleans, faded at the bottom ; a single- breasted Waistcoat of the same material with twist buttons ; a black silk Vest; a black satin Vest; a pair of oxford grey cloth Trousers; a pair of woollen cord Trousers ; two dark Pocket- handkerchiefs; two white Pocket- handker- chiefs ; two Indian Pocket- handkerchiefs with yellow and red flowers ; a pair of new blucher Boots with four rows of steel sprigs and plates under the toes ; two pairs of Boots, half- worn; a riding Whip with brass handle; a Pocket- knife with buck handle ; a small Comb and Pen knife with ivory handle ; and quantity of Bread, Butter, and Cheese. Supposed by- Supposed to have been stolen from Middleham Moor Fair, North Riding of Yorkshire, on the 6th instant, a- black Horse Pony, 13 bands 1 inch high, half bred, cuts on both fetlock joints, saddle mark on the back, and a cut on one hock ; when taken away had a pad and snaffle bridle on. Any person giving such information to Wm. Robinson, Superintendent of Police, Leybnrn, as will lead to the recovery of the Pony, and convic- tion of the offender or offenders, if stolen, will be rewarded.— Bow- street, November 12. Supposed to have been stolen from a field in Ramny Marsh, in the parish of Playden, Sussex, during the night of the 5th instant, five young Sussex bred Steers, two rising three years old, and three rising two years old, in good condition, marked with a fork in left ear, the property of Mr. James Elliott, faimer. Information to be given to the Chief Con- stable's Office, Lewes ; or to Superintendent Jeffery, Guestling, near Hastings, Sussex.— Bow- street,, November 12. Supposed to have been stolen from a field at Walsall, a red colour short- horned Heifer, two cut marks upon the off rump, and a cut mark upon the off hip. If stolen, a reward will be paid npon the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Mr. J. W. Cater, Chief of Police, Walsall, Staffordshire.— Bow- street, November 12. Supposed to have been stolen off Torver Moor, on the 3rd instant, a dark grey Filly, 4 years old, 12| hands high, long tail, the property of Geo. Miller Potter, Swartlimoor. Infor- mation to be given to Mr. W. Cooper, Superintendent, Ulver- stone.— Bov>- street, November 12. The bay mare Pony advertised in the Police Gazette of the 8th ultimo, sto! en from Howden Marsh, has been found sold at Leeds, by a man named CHARLES CROSSBY, who is committed to York Castle for trial at the next assizes.— Bow- street, November 12. Supposed to have been stolen from Middleham Moor Fair, North Riding of Yorkshire, on the 6th instant, a black Irish Pony, 4 years old, white star on forehead, a piece of white across the neck, and a scrub on near hock, the property of Jacob Jackson, of Whitby. Information to be given to Mr. Robin- son, Superintendent, Leyburn.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen from a stable at Sittingbourne, between 9 p. m. and 6 a. m. on the night of the 8th instant, a nearly thorough bred bay Mare, 5 years old, about 14| hands high, scar on the right fore leg, the property of Mr. Thomas Hinds. Information to be given to Superintendent T. M. Gunn, Kent County Con- stabulary, Sittingbourne.— Bow- street, November 12. Four long woolled Lambs, the property of Mr. Richard Goodliffe, of Stowe, Northamptonshire, were, in the second week of last month, stolen out of a flock of lambs, travelling from Huntingdonshire towards Stowe. Whoever will discover the offender or offenders shall, on conviction, receive £ 5 5s. reward of Mr. Goodliffe, and £ 5 5s. of the Huntingdonshire Association for the Prosecution of Felons, on application to Charles Margetts, Esq., Solicitor and Treasurer to the said Association, Huntingdon.— Bow- street, November 12. Supposed to have been stolen from the Fair at Black water Description of a bay Cart Mare, supposed to have been stolen, and now in the possession of Mr. Pettijohn, of Beesands, in the parish of Stokenham, Devon. The mare is about 6 years old, 15 hands high, rusty black, long switch tail, white star on forehead, the hair off the left pin bone, of slovenly action, and carries the head rather low when walking. It was bought at Plymouth very cheap, and a well- known horse stealer w « sun company with the man who sold the horse to Mr. Prettijohn. Information to be given to Sergeant P. Rousham, Devon Con- stabulary, Town Hall, Kingsbridge ; or to the Chief Constable's Office, Paris- street, Exeter, Devon.— Bow- street, November 10. Found at Tottenhill, Norfolk, on the 26th ultimo, supposed to have been stolen, a small white Heifer, red ears, and very much exhausted when found. Information to be given to Mr. Watson, Superintendent, Downham Market, Norfolk.— Bow- street, November 10. Supposed to have been stolen during the night of the 3rd instant, from a field near Meadon Hall, Kimberworth, the pro- perty of Mr. John Wood, farmer, a tup Lamb of this year, marked ' W.' on the near hip, and with red paint between the shoulders. Information to be given to Mr. Gillett, Superinten- dent, West Riding Constabulary, Court House, Rotherham.— Bow- street, November 10. Stolen on the 29 th ult., from Caledonian- road, Holloway a large white Ass, darker shade on neck, sand blister on right fore fetlock, rather tall hog mane, scar on back under saddle,, tail clipped and scar under it. Information to be given to Mr. Mote, florist and gardener, Holloway, N.— Bow- street, Novem- ber 10. Supposed to have been stolen on the night of the 3rA inst. or following morning, from Tiplands, Stratford St. Mary, Suf- folk, a handsome dark brown Alderney Cow, rather over the ordinary size, and within three months of calving. Whoever will give such information as shall lead to the recovery of the cow and conviction of the offender or offenders ( if stolen), to Mr. Kent, Superintendent of Police, Great Eastern Railway, or to Messrs. Stevens and Beaumont, Coggleshall, Essex, and 6, Old Jewry, London, will be handsomely rewarded.— Bow- st., November 7. Found, supposed to have been stolen, a d& rk brown Cart Mare, aged, 14 or 15 hands high, bald face,/# e near hind foot white, and bang tail. Information to be given to the Chief Constable's Office, Newtown, or to P. C. John Lloyd, Tregynon, near Berriew, Montgomeryshire.— Bow- street, November 7. Supposed to have been stolen from a field at Short Heath, Willenball, Staffordshire, on the night of the 6th ultimo, a My cob Horse ( not brown as previously advertised), rising 7 years old, about 14 hands high, star on forehead, black legs, off hind leg spavined ( not sprained as previously advertised), switch tail, in good condition, the property of Mr. Thomas Duncomb, lock manufacturer, Short Heath. £ 2 reward and all reasonable ex- penses will be paid on the recovery of the horse and conviction of the offender or offenders ( if stolen), on application to the said Mr. Duncomb. Information to be given to Inspector Thompson, Willenhall.— Bow- street, November 7. The bay Gelding advertised in the Police Gazette of the 21st ult., as stolen from Little Clacton, Essex, ha? been traced to the possession of two gipsies ; one of them nar: d SAMSON ROBERSON was apprehended near Woodbridge, Suffolk, on the 21st ultimo, and has since been committed to trial on that charge ; the other is still at large, and a warrant has been issued for his apprehension : he is a gipsy, and ^ ave the name of ARTHUR HOLDING, but his name is supposed to be ARTHUR BOSWELL, alias ARTHUR SMITH, about 20 years of age, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high, lar^- e rose, black curly hair, small black whiskers, very dark cbiiTplexion ; dressed in an old dark coat, old ragged dark pair if trousers, and neither hat nor cap. He generally travels Norfolk and Suffolk, and he may be found at some of the cattle faips now being held in those counties. Information to " be given to Inspector Scott, Thorpe, Essex, who holfls the - warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- st., November 7. Found, a; Wraslow, Bucks, on the 3rd instant, and supposed to have i een stolen, a half- bred down tup Lamb, black face and legInformation to be « iven to Mr; Inspector Hedley, Winslow, Bucks.— Bow- street, November 7. Description of JOHN ROBERTS, who is charged with stealing a Cow from a meadow on Parkhouse Farm, Slinfold, Sussex, during the night of the 20th ultimo, and for whose apprehension a warrant has been issued : he is a native of Slindon, near Arundel, Sussex, is about 30 years of age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, dark hair, rather small dark ragged whiskers, very thin face, turns his feet out, and walks very badly ; dressed, when last seen, in a light coloured tweed coat, such as is usually worn by drovers, < fec., fustian trousers, and alpaca hat, with loose crown : generally attends fairs and market ® in Kent, Surrey, and Sussex, sometimes as a drover, and at other times as a horse dealer's assistant. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent Blake, West Sussex Constabu- lary, Horsham, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, November 7. tramps, as some thin ragged shoes and stockings were left on Hants, on the 8th instant, a black curly coated Steer, coming :— Information to be given at the Chief Con- 1" • . v,.... I ™ I < T.' ™ WJA KMCRI the premises, 2 years old. was shod. marked ' L' on the near hip, Welsh breed, and Information to be given to Mr. W. Howard, stable's Office, Aberayron ; or to Mr. Superintendent Stoddart, Adpar, Newcastle- Emlyn, South Wales.— Bow- street, Novem- j Superintendent, Aldershot.— Bow- street, November 12, v Supposed to have been stolen, on the morning of the During the night of the 30th ult,, the shop of Mr. Avery, , 6th instant, from a field at Great Dunmow, Essex, a grey general dealer, of Plumpton, was broken open, and the follow- Nag Horse, aged, 14^ hands high, switch tail, in low condition, ing articles were stolen therefrom : six pairs of women's leather the property of Mr. Newman Spiller, horse clipper. Informa- —— 1,... 5 nn i- nloo 1 \ fl I I'./{'. •' oivfaan nairc < 11f+ r. V,., mvan + n + 1 wi Qnnarirtlan/ lanl ftl Police, Great Boots, ink marked on soles" A G N | 6/ 6 ;' sixteen pairs ditto, principally kid tops, some cloth, marked on soles ' OGLE tion to be given to the j Dunmow, Essex.— Bow-, Superintendent of 10. LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT. Absconded on the 5th instant, from No. 16, Oxford- street, Agar Town, embezzling £ 2 10s., the property of his master, Mr. Edward Marshall, a man, 30 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, dark complexion, black bushy hair ; dressed in old long black coat; cord trousers, brown mixture cloth cap with peak. Metropolitan Police, S Division, November 12. Description of CHARLES BUNGY, who is charged on a warrant with stealing a silver Watch, double- cased, engraved ' W. A.' on back, on the 9th instant, at the parish of Horton, Dorset, the property of a fellow lodger : he is about 45 or 50 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches, high, black hair and whiskers ; dressed in a dark blue jacket, light waistcoat, and blue or duck trousers ( with patches on one or both knees), and black oilskin hat; he has a bit of skin sticking out of corner of one eye from a shot wound, and has been in the navy. Information to he given to Superintendent Baynton, Dorset Constabulary, Wim- borne.— Bow- street, November 12. Absconded from Kirby Mnorside, on the 29th ultimo, charged with stealing five £ 5 Notes of the York Union Bank, the property of William Richardson, and for whose apprehen- sion a warrant is issued, GEORGE RICHARDSON, alias NIG, about 25 years of age, 6 feet 8 or 9 inches high, ruddy com- plexion, dark hair and eyea, and proportionate fig urn-; dressed November 12, POLICE GAZEl T E. 3 in a dark mixture tweed suit, and low- crowned hat ( he may change his clothes): has an impediment in his speech, is a maltster and brewer, and is supposed to be in London. Infor- mation to be given to John Jonas, Superintendent, Pickering; or to Inspector William Fenwick, North Riding Constabulary, Kirby Moorside, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, November 12. A warrant has been granted for the apprehension of Mrs. LEVISON, who is charged with stealing two Sheets, two Blankets, and other articles, the property of Ann Hyde, 21, Cumberland- place, Brighton. She is about 40 years of age, and has a freckled face ; she is in company with a man, a tailor, about 40 years of age, tall, aud thin. She was last seen at Hailsham, and is supposed to be now at Shorncliffe or Dover, as she works at army clothing. Information to be given to George White, Chief Constable, Brighton.—• Bmcstreet, Novem- ber 12. Further description of SAMUEL THOMPSON, adver- tised in the Police Gazette of the 7th instant, charged with stealing a Sovereign at Wisbech. He was dressed when he absconded a white slop, heaverteen trousers, and cloth cap with peak. He is rather round- shouldered, and is in the habit of carrying his hands in his trousers pockets. He frequents low beer- houses and brothels, and is fond of the company of soldiers. Information to be given to Mr. B. Eason, Head Constable, Wisbech, Isle of Ely, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, November 12. Description of WILLIAM CHARLES, who is charged with stealing, from the Oswestry House of Industry on the 6th instant, a Blanket. He is about 40 years of age, nearly 5 feet 7 inches high, very dark complexion, eyes, hair, and whiskers, high cheek bones, and repulsive- looking face; dressed in a black cloth coat, cord or fustian trousers, black billycock hat, and white shirt marked ' O. H. I.' He is accompanied by his wife, who wears a hairy cloak with hood ; she is supposed to be wearing the blanket as a petticoat; they have three children with them, one 8 years, one 4 years, and the other 9 months old ; he has worked as a collier, but often goes about the country selling matches and be ging: is likely to apply at unions for a night's lodging, or may be found at some common lodging- house. Information to be given to Sergeant Gough, Oswestry, Salop, who holds a warrant for his appre- hension.— Bow- street, November 12. A warrant has been issued for the apprehension of GEO. CARTER, for stealing at Brighton, on the 27th ultimo, a £ 10 Bank of England Note, dated 9th May, 1862, No. 9292ft. He is a porter, 25 years of age, 5 feet C inches high, dark hair, no - whiskers, a tuft of hair on chin, large grey eyes, fresh colour, * G. C.' on left band, and two dots on the right hand. Infor- mation" to be given to Mr. George White, Chief Constable, Brighton.— Bow- street, November 10. A - ri- ant has been issued for the apprehension of ANDREW THOMAS KNIGHT, alias THOMAS KNIGHT, charged wi stealing a Cloak and Coat, at Brighton, on the 29th ultimo. He is a painter and glazier, 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, dark hair and complexion, black bushy whiskers; is a Naval Coast mnteer. He is now supposed to be in the neighbourhood'of Guildford or Chichester. Information to be fiven to the Chief Constable, Brighton, Sussex.— Bow- street, November 10. Stolen about 5 p. m. on the 3rd instant, from 126, Regent- street, the property of Messrs. Harvey and Co. : a maroon coloured morocco Case, containing 7 fancy gold Rings, one with 5 stone rubies and brilliants, half hoop, set in solid setting, and transparent, No. 1037, one 3 stone turquoise, gold setting, sham- rock, No. 1008, one 3 stone amandine cluster and diamonds, enamelled shank, No. 1001, one 5 stone pearl and ruby, half hoop, No. 1017, one fancy opal, one fancy emerald, one fancy ' J H j i? r' and four stars on back of left hand ; dressed in a black faded stuff coat, dark vest with white horn buttons ( much soiled with paint), brown and white mixture trousers, small pattern, white apron generally folded round his body, blucher boots, and dark cloth cap ; stated that he was a native" of Dews- bury, but had been residing for some time in Leeds, it is sup- posed that he has committed offences elsewhere or has been previously convicted. Information to be given to Mr. William pearl, the No. scratched on inside of shank of the three last- Burniston, Chief Constable, Ripon.— Bow- street, November 12. named. By two men : 1st, about 60 years of age, 5 feet 7 ins. high, grey hair, very stout, dressed in black cloth overcoat and black hat, of very respectable appearance ; 2nd, 25 to 30 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, pale complexion, slightly built, dressed in dark clothes.— Metropolitan Police, C Division, No- 7. Stolen from the dwelling- house of Joseph Fawcett, on the morning of the 4th instant, at Clifford, the following articles, viz.: a brown mixture Coat, pocket outside left breast, two ditto outside the skirts, black velvet collar, and bound with black worsted braid ; a brown loose Coat, with two pockets outside ; a pair of Wellington Boots, not much worn ; a pair of ankle Boots, elastic sides, elastic on left side out of repair ; a pair of women's Boots, imitation seal skin backs, and calf fronts; a new blue striped Shirt; a Cap, supposed grey cloth, peak lowered with same material ; a moleskin Yest, pearl buttons, and lappets over pockets; by a man named SAMUEL MUR- RAY ; about 34 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high, fresh com- plexion, blue or grey eyes, sandy hair, sandy whiskers on lower part of face, rather stoutly built; has no settled residence, is a native of Egerinont, Cumberland, a bleacher by trade, but lately worked in a gas house at Manchester, and stated that he was in search of similar employment; he is supposed to be wearing part of the stolen property, as he left his cap, coat, and boots behind. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent Parkin, Tadcaster ; or to Inspector Haworth, Wetherby, West Riding Constabulary, Yorkshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, November 7. Absconded on the 13th ultimo, from No. 78, Oxford street, stealing and taking vyith him £ 20, the monies of his employers, Messrs. Mappin and Co., the clerk, 22 years of age, 5 feet 7 ins. high, fair complexion, no whiskers ; dress, blue overcoat, light trousers, dark vest and hat.— Metropolitan Police, E November 7. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATIONS Description of a man committed to the next quarter sessions to be holden in and for the borough of Grantham, charged with stealing two gold Watches from a watchmaker's shop, by means of breaking the window-, between 6 and 7 p. m. on the 6th instant. The watches were found in his possession when apprehended: HENRY FARROW, native of Hull, Yorkshire, 34 years of age, 6 feet 2 inches high,, slight made, fair complexion, dark sandy curly hair, grey eyes, long visage, sharp nose, no whiskers, a scar inside of left groin, two scars on left hip, one oil the centre of back, caused by abscesses, small wart on the palm of- left hand, and two teeth out in front of upper jaw. It is supposed he has committed offenees else- where. Information to be given to Mr. Mawer, Governor of Borough Gaol, Grantham, Lincolnshire.— Bow- stra: t, Nov. 12. Stolen about 7 a. m. on the 6th instant, from No. 20, Scar- borough- street, Whitechapel, the property of John Rutton : a black rough Overcoat, lined with woollen plaid and bound with light braid ; a grey milton witney Jacket, lined with alpaca; a dark blue Inverness Cape. By a lodger, who has absconded, 24 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, fail complexion, light hair ; dress, black cloth coat, red mixture alpaca waistcoat, black cloth trousers, red stockings, lace leather boots, black hat.— Metropolitan Police, H Division, November 10. Absconded about the 19th ultimo, from Colney Hatch Asylum, charged with stealing a quantity of Malt and Hops from the Asylum, STEPHEN WINDEBANK, about 50 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, rather stout, fresh com- plexion, dark hair and whiskers, black eyes ; dressed in dark clothes, light felt hat with black band ; and GEO. GOULD, 35 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches,, high, dark hair, eyes, and whiskers. They are likely to apply for employment at brew- houses. Information to be given to Inspector Williamson, Detective Office, Scotland- yard, who holds a warrant for their apprehension.— Metropolitan Police, A Division, November 10. Absconded on the 28th ultimo, from the employ of Mr. Robert Studer, of 9, Bruton- street, embezzling £ 70: the porter, 20 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fair complexion, pockmarked, light liair, whiskers and moustache ( small) ; dress, black shooting coat, dark trousers and vest, black hat.— Metropolitan Police, C Division, November 10. Stolen about 4 p. m. on the 5th instant, from 31, Thayer- street, Manchester- square, the property of Mr. Phillips : 1 pair of men's side- spring Boots, pegged; 1 electro- plated Tea- pot, filigree work, ' Dixon's Patent' on bottom; several damask Table- cloths, marked ' S. P.' and ' L. P.' in red cotton ; a quantity of children's Wearing Apparel ( drawers, chemises, stays, & c.) ; several pairs of linen Sheets ; and a quantity of Linen. By the female servant, who has absconded, 35 years of age, tall, stout, florid complexion, blotched face.— Metropolitan Police, D Division, November 10. Absconded from Wisbech, on the 2nd instant, charged ( with another man now in custody) with stealing a Sovereign. SAMUEL THOMPSON, a labourer, of Wisbech, a private in the 68th Cambridgeshire Militia, 24 years of age, 5 feet 9 ins. high, pale complexion, full flabby face, light brown hair, and grey eyes; he is supposed to be seeking work at the ' Copro- lite' diggings, near Cambridge. Information to be given to Mr. Benjamin Eason, Head Constable, Wisbech, Isle of Ely, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, Novem- ber 7. Absconded from Aylesbury, Bucks, on the 1st instant, charged with stealing a pair of lace- up Boots, which have since been recovered, a man, 22 or 24 years of age, 4 feet 10 inches high, dark eyes and complexion, black hair worn very long and turned under, little or no whiskers; dressed in dark frock coat and vest, cord trousers, blue guernsey under coat, light cap, and Wellington boots ; he is likely to seek employment as a waiter at public- houses. . Information to be given to Mr. J. Denson, Superintendent, Aylesbury— Bow- street, November 7. Description of EDWARD SYLVESTER, alias EDWIN CLARK, charged with stealing 4 cwt. of Lead, the property of Lord de Mauley, at Pawlett, Somerset: he is about 30 years of a" e, 5 feet 8 inches high, straight brown hair, no whiskers, pitted with small- pox ; dressed in fustian jacket, waistcoat, and trousers, navvy boots, and cloth cap ; states that he is a native of Derbv, but is known in Bristol, Bath, and most large towns. A stout " woman was travelling with him whom lie called his wife. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent C. Jeffs, North Petherton, Somerset.— Bow- street, November 7. Description of JOHN WATSON, a miner, committed to Northallerton Gaol on the 7th instant, for six weeks, on a charge of larceny ; he is about 30 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, brown hair ( cut short), no whiskers, grey eyes, fresh complexion, stoutly built, has a large cut mark on inside of left arm, a sear on right thigh, and a blue mark oil right knee ; states that he is a native of Bradford, and belongs to the Dur- ham Militia ; dressed in a white jacket, blue cloth waistcoat, dark cord trousers, black cloth cap, and blucher shoes. Infor- mation to be given to Mr. Superintendent E. Smith, Stokesley, or to Sergeant J. Milner, North Riding Constabulary, Eston, near Middlesborough.— Bow- street, November 12. Description of three men in custody on suspicion of stealing a large blue pilot Jacket or Overcoat, it had a patch of paint behind and a piece let in at the middle button hole. JAMES SHARPLES, native of Burslem, a forgeman, 19 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, red hair cut short, florid com- plexion, hazel eyes, cast in right eye ; dressed in black jacket, dirty moleskin trousers, cord vest, black cloth cap, blucher boots marked ' R | L M | A', and shirt marked the same. JOHN BURGESS, 19 years of age, 5 feet 6J inches high, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, dark complexion, two moles and a wart on left shoulder, wart on neck ; dressed in blue cloth jacket lined with grey plaid, cord trousers, black cloth vest, dark cord ditto, black velvet cap, clogs with brass holes, two shirts marked with a broad arrow and ' W D ) P ', aud socks. JOHN WILLIAMS, 22 years of age, 5 feet \\ inch high, dark brown hair cut short, dark eyes, large Roman nose, nine stars on left arm, small scar on bacK of neck, small scar on right leg ; dressed in dark velvet jacket, dark cord trousers, moleskin vest, blue cloth cap, shirt marked with a broad arrow and ' W D | P', and socks : he states that he is a striker and worked at Burslem, but is a native of Liverpool. Information to be given to Inspector Price, Court House, Rushall, Walsall, Staffordshire ; or at any of the Police Stations.— Bow street, November 12. Description of GEORGE PERCIVAL, alias PATSY BRYAN, Irish, committed to trial on a charge of felony at the next quarter sessions to be holden at Derby : states that he cauie from Gloucestershire, and has been a stoker, is about 45 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, dark brown hair and whiskers sallow complexion, scar on the left hip ana under the left ear, cannot straighten his left arm ( which is very thin) ; dressed in an old pilot cloth jacket, light vest, moleskin trousers, dark cloth cap ; it is supposed that he has been previously convicted. Information to be given to Mr. Shaw, Superintendent, Chapel en- le- Frith, or to Inspector Bickley, Constabulary Office, Buxton, Derbyshire.— Bow- street, November 12. Escaped from Salop County Gaol, on the night of the 20th ultimo, WILLIAM RAVENSCROFT, a prisoner re- manded. He is 21 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, dark complexion, dark brown hair, dark eyes, oval visage, marked with a tree on right wrist, and a triangle on back of right hand ; dressed in a dark blue pilot jacket lined with plaid, black trousers, mixed waistcoat, blucher boots, and light plaid scarf; he is an engine cleaner, has worked in Shrewsbury, and also at Hanley, in the Potteries, as a crate maker. £ 2 will be paid to any person who will apprehend him and lodge him in any of Her Majesty's gaols. Information to be given to the Governor of Salop County Gaol.— Bow- street, November 12. Description of a man, committed on the 5th ultimo, to take his trial at the next sessions to be held at Ripan, in Jan. next, charged with uttering and having in his possession Base Coin : JOHN ROBERTS, alias JOHN HANNAY, a painter, about 30 years of age, 5 feet 8£ inches high, dark brown hair, blue eyes, round full face, no whiskers, small imperial oa chin, Description of two men, apprehended at Feckenham, Worcestershire, on the 30th ultimo, and committed for trial> at the next assizes to be holden at Worcester, for arson GEORGE WILSON, 24 years of age, 5 feet if inch high, swarthy complexion, dark brown hair, dark grey eyes, oval visage, large eyebrows, slightly pockpitted, blind of the right eye, scald head, and very short hair ; dressed in a Scotch tweed overcoat, red and green plaid sleeved waistcoat ( such as worn by boatmen), cotton cord trousers, cloth cap, and short slop for a shirt: the clothes are all much too large for him. He states that he was born in Irelanu, but that he resided in London, and is a labourer. JOSEPH WEBB, 23 years of age, 5 feet 2f inches high, fresh complexion, light brown hair, dark hazel eyes, oval visage, cut mark on right side of forehead and on nail of second finger of left hand ; dressed in an old blue jacket and waistcoat, cloth cap, and fustian trousers ( neither shirt nor stockings): clothes much worn. He states that he was born at Alfreton, Derbyshire, and is a labourer; but has been tramping the country begging for the last three years. Infor- mation to be given to Mr. Superintendent John Bevan, Broms- grove, Worcestershire.— Bow- street, November 12. Missing from his home at Hackleton, Northamptonshire, since the 28th ultimo, JAMES WESTLEY, a labourer, aged 60, height 5 feet 5 Wishes, grey hair, sandy whiskers, and fresh complexion ; dresseu in cord breeches and leggings, fustian waistcoat with bottle- green front, low- crown black hat, and lace- up boots ; it is feared that some ill has befallen him. In- formation to be given to Inspector J. T. Evans, Northampton. Bow- street, November 10. Missing from his home since the 27th ultimo, FREDE- RICK STRINGER, clerk, about 23 years of age, 5 feet 4 ins. high, dark complexion, dark brown hair, brown eyes, slight moustache, and slenderly built ; dressed in a brown cloth over- coat, black cloth dress coat, vest, and trousers, and black cloth rifle cap with French peak ; it is feared that some ill has befallen him, or that he has met with some foul treatment. In- formation to be given to Mr. Gillett, Superintendent, West Riding Constabulary, Court House, Rotherham.— Bow- street, November 10. Description of three tramps remanded to Montgomery Gaol until the 26tli instant, charged with larceny. JAMES SMITH, says that he belongs to Waterford, 44 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, swarthy complexion, sandy hair, whiskers, and moustache, and dressed in a blue flannel slop, cord trousers, blue cloth cap without peak, and old boots ; GEORGE SEY- MUR, says that he belongs to Deptford, a cabinet carver by trade, 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, dark brown hair, little whiskers and moustache, and dressed in an old black frock coat, brown cloth trousers, black cloth cap, and old shoes ; and JOHN WILLIAMS, says that he is a native of Macclesfield, and that he belongs to the East Kent Militia, 19 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, dark brown hair, and dressed in an old black cloth ragged coat, brown cloth waistcoat, old black cloth trousers, black cloth cap, and old lace- up boots ; in his posses- sion was found a man's blue striped cotton Shirt, nearly new, lined in the back and shoulders with calico, which is supposed to have been stolen. They are supposed to have committed offences elsewhere, or to have been previously convicted. In- formation to be given at the Chief Constable's Office, Newtown; or to P. C. John Pearson, Caersws, Montgomeryshire.— Bow- street, November 10. Left her home, at Rusholms, in the parish of Staple- nexfc- Wingham, Kent, on the 3rd instant, SARAH GIBBS, 21 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, fair complexion, thin face, full eyes, dark brown hair, scar on each jaw ; dressed in a black straw bonnet trimmed with green ribbon, a large woollen check shawl, and may perhaps have on a black dress. She was accompanied by her daughter, 3 years of age, full face, fair complexion, light curly hair ; dressed in a puce- coloured pelisse with cape trimmed with black velvet, and a straw hat trimmed with black velvet and red feathers. They left Adisham Station, on the London. Chatham, and Dover Railway, by the 2.46 p. m. train for Victoria Station, Pimlico, on the above day. It is feared that some ill has befallen them, or that they may have met with some foul treatment. Informa- tion to be given to Mr. Superintendent William Stokes, Kent Constabulary, Sandwich.— Bow street, November 7. PROOPJSRTY STOLEN. Stolen between 5 and 7' SO p. m. on the 7th instant, from No. 3, Lo wer Gore, South Kensington, the property of the Hon. G. R. Norton, a small Box, containing three blue and enamelled diamond Studs, three Carbuncles set in gold, three silver Studs, three gold ditto, a pair of malachite wrist Buttons set in gold, a gold Pin, a harlequin ditto, a pair of enamlleed white wrist Buttons set in gold, a carbuncle Pin set in gold, a Scotch ditto set in gold with hair, a gold Neck Ring, a pair of silver Wrist Buttons, and £ 5 in gold.— Metropolitan Police B Division, November 12. Stolen, between 11 p. m. on the 7th and 5 a. m. on the 8th instant, from the front parlour at No. 5, Holies- street, Cavendish- square, the property of Mesdames Beard & Graham : 127 yards black Silk. 14 yards violet Silk, small bright spots. 26 rolls of Ribbon ( 18 yards each), viz., 6 black velvet, 1 blue, 1 violet, 6 black with white edges, 10 black with red edges, 1 blue with velvet edges, and 1 blue glace. 107 yards white glace silk Lining. 1 black velvet Mantle, trimmed with black pointed gimp, three buttons. 3 black silk quilted Petticoats. 1 black alpaca quilted Petticoat,, grey lining. 2 brown silk Umbrellas, white ivory dog's head handle. 4 small white- handled Knives. 9 plated Forks, three large and six small. 2 small plated Tea Caddies, turned edges. — Metropolitan Police, D Division, November 12. Stolen from a shop at Ulverstone, on the 6th instant, a dark brown silk Umbrella, with dark brown satin stripe round the edge, had the clasp which fastens the elastic, but the elastic is lost, the property of Miss Askew, of Broughton West. Supposed by two men : one taller than the other, both dressed in dark clothes. Information to be given to Mr. Cooper, Superinten- dent, Ulvevstone.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen from the dwelling- house of Wm. Watson, of Ful- | beck, cottager, between 6 and 7 p. m. on the 8th instant it ; !; \ 4 POLICE GAZETTE, November 12. Stolen from a dwelling- house in Stockton- street, Middles- brough, about 9 a. m. on the 11th instant, a patent lever silver Watch, with engiene- turned cases, white dial, gold hands, plain back, figures, No. < 3580, with a small silver Guard, attached. Supposed by a lodger who absconded, a ticket- of- leave man, a native of Sunderland, by trade a carpenter, about 32 or 33 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9' inches high, dark com- plexion, brown hair and whiskers meeting under the chin, and dressed in a brown cloth coat, black cloth vest, brown plaid cloth trousers, shoes with brass eyelet- holes and gutta- percha soles, white shirt spotted with lavender, and dark cloth cap with a chin strap on the front. Information to be given to Mr. E. J. Sagger son, Chief Superintendent, Middlesbrough.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen between 1 and 5' 45 a. m. on the 7th instant, from No. 23, Princes- street, Stepney, the property of Wm. Hitchin and George Underwood: 1 gold lever Watch, enamel dial, maker William Bramley, Newbery, creseent pattern, Albert Chain with brequet Key and Charms attached. 2 Bracelets, one hair, one pebble mounted in silver. Several common plated Brooches ; 1 coral ditto ; 1 ivory ditto; 1 dark pebble ditto, broken ; 1 black enamelled ditto, box centre ; 1 plated ditto, with topaz ; 1 six- ring twisted ditto. 1 gold Pin with coral hand. 1 Ring, set with garnets ( 18- carat gold) ; 1 gold signet ditto, with bloodstone in shape of a shield. 1 set of gold Studs, a turquoise set in eaeh ; 1 set of jet ditto. 1 silver Pencil- case. 1 silver Tooth- pick. 2 Pen Knives ; 2 silver Fruit ditto ; 1 Pocket ditto. 1 brown Over Coat, 1 black Sac il. to, 1 brown Frock ditto; 3 black cloth Vests; 7 calico Shirts, linen fronts and wristbands. 1 red silk Handkerchief. 288. in Money. 1 gold Eye- glass, with a pencil at the end. 1 large and 1 small miniature Locket; 1 hunting- case ditto; 1 small open- face ditto ; 1 gold ditto, with large chased bow. 2 jet Crosses. 1 pair of jet Ear- rings ; 2 pairs of black hoop ditto. 1 gilt Chain. 1 gold Split Ring, 1 plated ditto. 1 silver Padlock, hair inside. — Metropolitan Police, K Division, November 12. i£ 99 10s. in Sovereigns and half- Sovpreigns, two Crowns, and sixteen half- Crowns, also two spade Guineas. Information to be given to Mr. Pearman, Superintendent, Sleaford, Lincoln- shire,— Bow- itreet, November 12. Stolen between the 15th and 20th September last, from the ' Pavilion' Hotel, Folkstone, the property of Mr. C. Doridant, 4 Table Spoons, 5 Dessert ditto, 9 Tea ditto, 15 Forks, nine large and six small, all silver, marked ' B.' Information to be given to Mr. Wm. Martin, Superintendent, Folkstone, Kent.-— Bow- street, November 12. During the night of the 9th or early on the morning of 10th instant, some person or persons entered the vinery at Withenshawe Hall, in the county of Chester, and stole there- from about 12 lbs. of Grapes, all Black Hamburgh, excepting two or three bunches of the Frontignan sort. £ 2 2s. reward will be paid to any person giving such information as may lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders, on application to Mr. Superintendent Holliday, County Police, Stockport.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen between 7 p. m. on the 6th, and 7 a. m. on the 7th instant, from a new building in the borough of Kendal, the following carpenters' tools, viz.: a Jack Plane, a Smoothing Plane, a Rabbet Plane, three Bead Planes, f- in., |-- in., and ,3,- in., an ebony Mortice Guage, a Screw Driver, four Chisels, j) I) and j, three Gouges, a Hammer, and two Gimblets, large size ; all marked on the wood ' H. S. & H. Simpson,' with a punch or stamp. Information to be given to Mr. E. Hibberd, Superintendent and Deputy Chief Constable, Kendal, Westmorland.— Bow- street, November 12. Further information respecting the property stolen from the shop of Mr. Robert Skinner, at Brede, Sussex, on the night of the 2nd instant, and advertised in the Police Gazette of the 5th instant. Three men of the following description are sus- pected : one is 26 or 27 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, sallow complexion, pitted with the smallpox, brown hair, stout figure, and dressed in a blue guernsey worked with white thread, and cap ; he is a broom dasher ; another is 26 yrs. of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, pale complexion, slight figure, and dressed in a light short slop with buttons in front, and a small hole in one corner; he is a broom dasher ; and the oilier is 40 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, dark complexion, dark hair, stout figure, and dressed in a dark jacket, and wide- awake hat. Information to be given at the Chief Constable's Office, Lewes; to Superintendent Jeffery, Guestling; to Ser- geant Johnson, Beckley; or at any Police Station in East Sussex.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen between 12 midnight and 7 a. m. on the 8th instant, from the stable and coach- house of Mr. German Reed, near the Railway Station, Balham, a black Mare, 15 hands3 inches high, Flemish breed ; a double- bodied Brougham, chocolate colour, drab silk lining much worn and soiled ; a set of plated Harness, ' T. G. R.' on winkers ; a pair of Top Boots, a pair of Napoleon ditto; a hunting Saddle: a driving Whip; a livery Great, coat, ' R.' on buttons; a black Hat.— Metropolitan Police, V Division, November 12. Stolen between 10 a. m. and 9 p. m. on the 7th instant, the property of Esther Peters, from No. 20, Castleneau Villas, Barnes, a double- case silver hunting Watch ; a gold Brooch, a silver ditto, pebble- stone in centre ; a silver Purse, containing £ 4 10s. in Gold and Silver; a cedar Wood- box, ' Tunbridge Wells, 1856,' written inside.— Metropolitan Police, V Division, November 12. Stolen off a horse whilst standing in South- street, East- bourne, on the evening of the 7th instant, a large plaid Rug, light blue and red, bound with red braid, a small hole in one side. Information to be given to the Chief Constable's Office, Lewes ; to Mr. Waghorne, Superintendent, Hailsham ; to Ser- geant Tobutt, Eastbourne; or at any Police Station in East Sussex.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen, from the dwelling- house of Mr. Henry Brittain, High- street, Easingwold, Yorkshire, between 9 p. m. on the 2hd and 10 a. m. on the 9th instant, a black and grey checked tweed cloth frock Coat, two outside pockets with flaps, one inside left breast, flat brown bone buttons; a single- breasted Vest made of the same material ( both coat and vest nearly new); and a silk chocolate- coloured Neckerchief. Supposed by a travelling watch finisher, who had been lodging there, and absconded on Hie morning of the 8tli instant : 48 or 50 years of age, 5 feet © or 10 inches high, fair complexion, light brown hair, slender figure, of smart appearance, and walks very erect; dressed in a black cloth coat, vest, and trousers ; black high- crowned hat, and ankle boots newly soled : supposed to be well- known in Liverpool and Leeds, having been employed at both plaoes. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent Driscoll, North Riding Constabulary Office, Clifton, York ; or to Inspector William Hunter, North Riding Constabulary Office, Easingwold, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, November 12. Stolen from the ' George' Hotel, Selby, on the 3rd instant, a lady's Cloak, light grey, plush hood and binding, the hood has three or four tassels, the cloak is a little torn at the top by fastening. Any person giving such information as shall lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders will be handsomely rewarded. Information to be given to Mr. Lottey, Superinten- dent, Selby.— Bow- street, November 10. Stolen about 6 p. m. on the 6th instant, from No. 131, Dover- road, Newington, the property of Mr. Wright, a rose- wood Musical Box, plays four octaves.— Metropolitan Police, M Division, November 10. Stolen about 3' 30 a. m., from the shop of Mr. Farrant, pawnbroker, of Great Charlotte- street, Blackfriars- road : 13 Watches, seven or eight gold, one double- bottomed, gold lever, jewelled in 6 holes, maker Waterhouse, five or six silver, one double- bottomed, maker Fish; 5 gold and silver Chains; 3 silver Pencil- cases.— Metropolitan Police, L Division, No- vember 10. Stolen from the ' Old Inn,' public house, in the parish of Duntisborne, on the 4th instant, an old- fashioned double- cased silver Watch, No. 13233, a crack across the dial, a German silver Guard attached. Supposed by a boy about 15 years of age, 5 ft. high ; dressed in a dark sleeved waistcoat, dark trousers fitting tight to the legs, dark cap with peak of the same material, lace up boo's with toe- caps. He formerly hawked hrown ware, and is supposed to be a gipsey, and to have gone in the direction of Wilts or Berkshire, as he was traced near Cirencester. Information to be given to P. C. Gwilliam, Police Station, Nettleton, near Painswick, or Mr. Nicholls, Deputy Chief Constable, Constabulary Office, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire.— Bow- street, November 10. Stolen between 5- 30 and 0- 45 p. m. on the 5th instant, from No. 15, Beaufov- terrace, Edgware- road, the property of Mr. Lyles, a gold Brooch, representing two angels with wings expanded ; a ditto, a cross representing the crucifixion, with a gold curb pattern Chain attached; a gold horizontal Watch, maker James Grolie, Wigmore- street, No. 5772 ; a gold Chain with a spade Guinea ; a small gold enamelled basket; a small Knife with two blades and mother- o'- pearl handle ; and a green stuff dress.— Metropolitan Police, S Division, November 10. Stolen from the ' Lion Mansion Hotel,' Brighton, on the 3rd instant, between 1 and 2 p. m., from a bed- room, the following articles: A diamond Ring, one large centre and smaller stones round, with inscription at back. A Ring, with diamond and ruby, and small lock and key hanging, motto in French round it. A diamond Brooch and small locket, with precious stones. A white trapani oblong cameo Brooch, with two bars at the back. A Florentine mosaic Brooch, butterfly on dark ground set in gold. A Roman mosaic Brooch, bunch of forget- me- nots. A set of gold Studs, plain on one side, engraved on the other. A gold hanging Brooch, with cinnamon stones. A gold and turquoise Bracelet. A ditto Ring, A gold filigree Baugle. A gold Ring, with coral mouse running round. A Ring of two fine pearls and two rubies. A gold Bracelet, with Swiss figures in costume, finely painted. A Brooch to match. A small Brooch, large pearl and a hand, with a ruby ring on finger ( very uncommon). A green stone horse- shoe Brooch. Five hair Bracelets, set in gold. A gold Chain, cable worked. A long gold Watch Chain. A red cornelian and gold Necklace. A black tortoiseshell Bracelet. A Brooch, with a view of Mont Blanc, set in gold, hair chains and pins. Pebble Brooches, sundry Lockets, & c., of smaller value, two netted Purses, one long Purse of scarlet ribbon and brown netting alternate, with twelve sovereigns. A silver shawl Brooch, with amethyst head. A small black Miniature, in red morocco case. Silver gilt Earrings in case, lined with green velvet. A Brazilian Pebble, set transparent. A pair of pearl Earrings. A Brooch set with pearls. A man of the following description was seen in the hall about the time the robbery was committed: about 5 feet 9 inches high; middle age, bald on the forehead, and rather slightly made, dressed in brown coat and trousers and black hat, and had the appearance of a mechanic. Whoever will give such information as will lead to the apprehension and conviction of the thief or thieves, and recovery of the property stolen, shall receive £ 20 reward, or in proportion to the amount of property recovered. , Information to be given to Mr. G. White, Chief Constable, Town- hall, Brighton.— Bow- street, Nov. 10. Stolen between 5 and 6 p. m. on the 4th instant, from No. 77, Windsor- road, Upper Holloway, the property of Mr. Wood, four silver Table Spoons, two marked ' F.' and two • W.' ; four Dessert ditto, three Tea ditto, six large Forks, and six small ditto, all silver and marked ' F.'; six silver Tea and two Salt Spoons, marked ' W.'; two silver Salt and three Tea ditto, marked ' E. F.' ; six plated Forks ; a pair of plated Nut crackers ; and a pair of plated Knife Rests.— Metropolitan Police, S Division, November 10. Stolen on the 7th instant, from a beer- house in the borough of Stockport, a silver verge Watch, maker's name Williamson, Rochdale, No. 514, has the letter ' II.' stamped on the inside of the outer case; two links of large- sized coral neck Beads, with gold snap, which has been broken ; a gold plated Brooch, imita- tion of a true lover's knot; and two gold- plated Watch Guards. Information to be given to Mr. Isaac Moores, Chief Superinten- dent of Police, Stockport.— Bow- street, November 10. x Stolen between 6' 30 and 6' 40 p. m. on the 3rd instant, from 2, Park- street, Westminster, the property of Mr. Mc Clean : 13 silver Table Spoons, xfive plain, eight shell pattern ; 13 silver Forks, eight plain, five shell paiiern ; 13 silver Dessert Spoons, five plain, eight shell patteru ; 1 large Soup Ladle and 1 Fish Knife and Fork, shell pattern ; 1 small plated Salver : crest on all— a tower.— Metropolitan Police, A Division, Nov. 7. Stolen from the dwelling- house of Samuel Evans, of Don- ington, between 6 and 8 p. m. on the 2nd instant, a repp Dress, with black and red stripes, having a white silk thread worked in ; a mohair ditto, with white ground and green stripes; a woollen plaid Shawl; and Is. 6d. in Silver. Information to be given to Mr. Manton, Superintendent, Skirbeck Quarter, Boston, or to Sergeant Crawshaw, Donington, Spalding, Lin- colnshire.— Bow- street, November 7. Stolen from a stone mason's shop at Wisbech, on the night of the 4th instant, or following morning, twenty- six various sized hard stone Tools, some marked ' W. C.,' one ' M.,' and some ' + ;' three Guages, one 1 j- in., one 1- in., and one J- in ; a Driving Tool, a Quarring ditto; and two Drags. Supposed to have been stolen by tramps in the trade. Information to be given to Mr. Benjamin Eason, Head Constable, Wisbech, Isle of Ely.— Bow- street, November 7. Stolen from a s: able at Townings Chailey, during the night of the 31st ultimo, a pair of men's light half Boots, nearly new, no nails, pelts at toe and heel, brass eyelets; a pair of old cord Trousers ; two round Frocks, one about half worn, the other torn at one elbow ; three pairs of men's cotton Stockings ; an old flannel Jacket ; the halves of two Necker- chiefs, red and white ; a large Umbrella; 1 lb. of Horsehair ; and a pink Guernsey. Information to be given to Mr. Jenner, Superintendent, Lewes; to P. C. Mansbridge, Chailey; or to any Police Station in East Sussex.— Bow- street, November 7. Stolen from an out- building belonging to Mr. Thomas S. Smith, of Bird's- grove, Mayfield, Staffordshire, on the 2nd instant, a common- sized copper Tea Kettle ; a small- sized brass ditto with swing handle, and a pair of men's Wellington Boots, which have been soled, and one strap is unsewed. Information to be given to P. C. Arnold, Mayfield, Ashborne; or to Inspector Crisp, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire.— Bow street, Novem- ber 7. Stolen, from a shop in the borough of Sheffield, on the 6th instant, about 10 yards on dark grey Cloth ; 2J yards of check doeskin Wool ; 2 yards of dark union check Wool; and a dark blue Overcoat, smooth nap, small flat black silk buttons, bound with braid. Information to be given to Mr. Jackson, Chief Constable, Town Hall, Sheffield.— Bow- street, November 7. Stolen from the shop of Mr. E. Cox, No. 1, St. Mary- street, Melcombe Regis, bat ween the 27th ultimo and the 1st instant, a small silver Geneva Watch, maker Moulime, and a silver- gilt Watch, same maker, the rim gilt; three gold Lockets : 1st, small round open- face ; 2nd, oval open face, blue enamel back, with cross; 3rd, ornamental back. Information to be given to Mr. Charles Ledbury, Chief Superintendent of Police, Weymouth, Dorset.— Bow- street, November 7. On the night of the 3rd instant, a granary was broken into at Betton, in the county of Lincoln, and a pair of men's Half- boots ( nearly new) with brass lace holes, and about 8 lbs. of Ham, 3 blue striped Shirts were stolen therefrom. Sup- posed by a man about 30 years of age, 5 feet 6 o!: 8 inches high; dressed in a dark cap with two brass buttons on each side, a dark swallow- tailed coat, and white duck or canvas trousers; he had the appearance of a tramping carpenter. Information to be given to Inspector William Hebditch, Epworth, Lincoln- shire.— Bow- street, November 7. Stolen about 3 p. m. on the 3rd instant, from No. 70, Mor- nington- road, Camden Town, the property of Mr. Hardwick : 1 silver Snuff- box, marked ' E. A.;' 6 gold Rings, one set with pearls with diamond in centre, one with pearls, emerald and ruby, one with pearls, one with turquoise, one with hair, and one engraved ' S. A. ;' 2 gold mournings, one marked ' Walker* the other ' Home;' £ 1 8s., from a purse containing othe- money.— Metropolitan Police, S Division, November 7. Stolen during the night of the 1st instant, from the wash- house of Mr. Ball, at Wytham Mill, a large Copper ( nearly new), holding about 58 gallons, it was traced towards the river, and it is supposed to have been conveyed away by a coal- boat going either to Banbury or Birmingham. Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent P. Hedger, Berks Constabulary, Abingdon.— Bow- street, November 7. Stolen on the night of the 4th instant, fro:. o Walton Lodge Farm, thirteen Ducks, viz.: two black and white, one speckled, one white Drake, marked with green paint on the head, and nine white not marked ; also a Hay Knife. Information to be given to Superintendent C. Hollington, Chertsey ; or to P. C. J. Hibberd, Walton- on- Thame Surrey.— Bow- street, Nov. 7. Stolen between 6 and 7 p. m. on the 3rd instant, from 1, Mortimer- villas, Mortimer-.'" ad, Kingsland, the property of Mr. Cawdroy : 1 gold Watch, maker Stauffler, No. 25784, and Chain. 2 diamond Rings, one with five stones and the other with one stone. 2 gold snake Bracelets. About £ 3 in Silver and Copper. 1 fancy gold Ring, with three stones ; 1 fancy mourning ditto, engraved ' S. Shepperton;' 1 ditto, engraved ' M. C. to W. C. ;* 1 signet ditto, with blood stone, ' W. C.' 1 gold Brooch, likeness of a little boy; 1 gold mourning ditto, ' Forget- me- not.' 1 chased gold Bracelet, with diamond eyes ; 2 plain ditto, one with ruby eyes and opal stone ; 1 jet ditto. 1 gold Ring, cluster of pearls and Forget- me- not in the centre with two emeralds ; 1 ditto, opal stone in the centre and ruby on each side; 1 gold mourning ditto, ' S. H. ;' 1 ditto, with hair in centre and pearls round; 1 gold regard ditto, forming a heart's- ease ; 1 gold fancy ditto, with ruby stone. Supposed by a man, about 35 years of age, 5 feet 3 ins. high, sallow complexion, long black beard and moustache ; dressed in Scotch plaid suit and dark cap.— Metopolitan Police, N Divi sion, November 7. Stolen about 10 a. m. on the 4th instant, from the servants* hall, No. 35, Curzon- street, Mayfair, the property of Richard Harty, a gold Geneva Watch, white enamelled dial, sunk seconds, No. 2102, and gold Albert Chain with gold Seal and Key, blue Locket and gold Horse- shoe attached.— Metropolitan Police, C Division, November 7. PROPERTY FOUND BY POLICE OFFICERS. ( On the Persons of Prisoners or elsewhere.) Found in the posses- ion of a suspicious character, a pawn Ticket of a new brown ribbed Inverness Top Coat, lined with red plaid woollen cloth, supposed to have been stolen in the county of Salop. Information to be given to John Dovey Constabulary Office, Shrewsbury.— Bow- street, November 12.'' November 12. POLICE GAZETTE. 5 WAR OFFICE, November 12, 1862. DESERTERS FROM HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE. On and after this date ( Dec. 11,1857), until further notice, the Reward given by the War Office for the Apprehension of a Deserter will be IWEITT SHILEII& S Instead © f TM IHILIOftS; the object being to prevent the crime of Desertion, and to hold out a greater inducement for the recovery of Deserters to Her Majesty's Service. OFFICE NO. 170230 170231 170232 170233 170234 170235 170236 170237 170238 170239 NAME. Michael Flynn Joseph Hurrell George Walker William Speirs Henry Rose John Wilson William Wilson William Roberts Robert Hill George Davis REG. NO. COEPS. WHERE BORN. TRADE. HAIR. COAT & TROUSERS. DATE OF DESERTN. PLACE 05 DESERTION. MARKS AND REMARKS. 820 1172 1188 1124 1275 1330 571 800 70th Eoot 73rd Eoot 83rd Foot ditto ditto ditto ditto 89th Foot 901 h Foot 94th Eoot Dunlavin, Wieklow Blackburn St. Luke's, Devon Killivcn, Monaghan Redcliff, Somerset Belfast Holme, Yorkshire Chichester labourer moulder labourer ditto corkcutter blacksmith labourer ditto ditto ditto 20f 23 29} 21 } 25* 18} 18 40 23 24} 5 7} 5 6| 5 6? 5 7f 5 7} 5 6| 5 6 5 11 5 6} 5 11 lt. brn brown lt. brn dk. brn brown brown brown grey lt. brn dk. brn grey grey grey hazel grey brown hazel grey blue grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh regimental velvet; moleBkin regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto fustian regimental 13 Oct. 19 Oct. 14 Oct. 13 Oct. 17 Oct. 17 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 27 Oct. 21 Oct. Canterbury Bolton Chatham ditto ditto ditto ditto Eermoy Leeds Chatham 170240 170241 170242 170243 170244 170245 170246 170247 170248 170249 William Jackson Richard Leeming John Clarke George Wheeler Thomas McGrath Daniel Fulham Edward Whillock Henry Moore Arthur Burns John R. Harper 508 543 4357 3902 10061 429 1308 282 ditto ditto 96th Foot ditto 97th Eoot ditto Roy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto Blackburn ditto St. Pancras, London Shottery, Warwick Rathdowny, Queen's Drogheda, Louth Newark, Notts Clerkenwell, London Dublin Yorkshire weaver ditto labourer ditto stripper labourer painter harnessmkr weaver clerk 181 24| 21 19} 221 27} 22 23 251 214 64 dk. brn 6 | lt. brn black dk. brn lt. brn brown dark brown dk. brn fair 4 9 5 7 10 9 7 71 hazel grey grey hazel grey grey hazel grey blue grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fair fresh light fresh cord fustian regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 19 Oct. 19 Oct. 23 Oct. 15 Oct. 22 Oct. 22 Oct. 11 Oct. 13 Oct. 16 Oct. 16 Oct. Leeds ditto Shorncliffe ditto Colchester ditto Woolwich ditto ditto ditto very short hair two moles between shoulders. j recruit cupping marks on breast mole on right cheek anchor on left hand, man on right arm natural mark on right thigh D D recruit, finally approved scar on neck, lower jaw, and left cheek blue mark on right hand; recruit scar on forehead; re . lit off pass to London D j scar on right wrist 170250 170251 170252 170253 170254 170255 170256 170257 170258 170259 Thomas Beal John Wheeler James Wright Thomas Robert Samuel Austin George Raut Samuel Merchant Nathaniel Cavalier Henry Witham John Robinson 691 5435 13674 13657 10401 811 612 1038 965 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto York Westerham, Kent Chatham Manchester Rickirianswrth, Herts Mendlesham, Suffolk Bollington, Cheshire Bethnal Green, Londn Clerkenwell, London Whitby, Yorkshire confectioner labourer ditto gasfitter papermaker labourer ditto ditto groom seaman 26} 21} 23 191 25 § 23} 27 19 22} 24 brown brown brown brown dk. brn It, brn brown lt. brn lt. brn lt. brn grey brown hazel hazel hazel blue brown grey grey grey fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fair fresh fair fair ditto ditto black plain regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 12 Oct. 16 Oct. 21 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 17 Oct. 17 Oct. 19 Oct. 14 Oct. 14 Oct. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Devonport Plymouth Shorncliffe ditto off furlough to York regimentals returned cast in eyes j 170260 170261 170262 170263 170264 170265 170266 170267 170268 170269 John Cox John Lee William Newton James Dillon James McAllan James Thompson William Parsons Ales. Mcintosh Samuel Alsobrook 7122 7137 36 647 Rl. Engineers ditto Canadian Rifls dSfo 42nd Foot ditto 60th Rifles 84th Foot 94th Eoot Chichester Tipperary Leicester Limerick Kirk intillo ch, Stirlin g Glasgow Tatcham, Berks Paisley, Renfrew Burton, Stafford bricklayer cooper woolcomber servant moulder shoemaker labourer ditto ditto 23| 21J 44 § 33} 18 22 22 21 25 54 71 6 2 81 7 7 6 9 brown brown grey fair dk. brn brown brown sandy black grey grey hazel blue grey dark hazel grey grey fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh dark fair sallow ditto ditto ditto ditto black; blue black; moleskin smock ; cord white jacket; mole white jacket; black 17 Oct. 12 Oct. 29 Sept. 6 Oct. 18 Oct. 18 Oct. 17 Oct. 16 Oct. 15 Oct. Chatham ditto St. John's* London* Glasgow ditto Reading Sunderland Tamworth made away with part of reg. nec. supp. gone to United States * Canada E. supp. gone to Oswego * Cadada W. burn on left leg; recruit recruit, not surgically inspected cupping on left side; recruit recruit, not Burgically inspected ditto 170270 170271 170272 170273 170274 170275 170276 170277 170278 170279 Henry Ogelvie James Rooney Charles Brough John FitzGerald James Nixon William Cape James Chas. Howie Thomas Bell John Stanton William Farrant — | ditto — 1 ditto — I ditto ' Belfast — j Roy. Artillery Deptford, Kent 14001 Royal H. Gds. 505 j 5tli Drag. Gds. 403 6th Drag. Gds. — ditto 405 ditto 345 1st Dragoons jEaglesham, Renfrew Antrim Westminster Cockermouth, Cumb. London Glasgow Marylebone, London Portsmouth ditto ditto ditto ditto musician shoemaker clerk shoemaker labourer 18 21 19 21 261 19 20} 22 18 28}( 5 6 6 8 7 8 8} 71 7} 7! 10 fair brown red brown brown brown lt. brn brown brown brown blue grey brown grey hazel brown hazel hazel grey hazel fresh sallow light fresh fresh fresh sallow sallow fresh fresh tweed jacket; mole canvas jacket; mole fustian; cord flannel jacket; cord plain regimental ditto brown; cord regimental ditto 20 Oct. 18 Oct, 17 Oct. 13 Oct. 11 Oct. 25 Oct. 26 Oct. 3 Nov. 1 Nov. 26 Oct. Glasgow ditto Warrington Woolwich London Dublin Aldershot Bristol Aldershot Birminghm mole on left hip ; recruit recruit, surgically inspected recruit, not surgically inspected ditto regimentals returned poekpitted; off furlough, supposed in Hull recruit; off pass to London tattooed on right arm; recruit recruit 170280 170281 170282 170283 170284 170285 170286 170287 17028S 170289 William Green Clement Hamilton William Dutton Frederick Adams James Dent Duncan Mackay William Morris James Banks Robert Carr Charles Stewart 247 45 164 166 512 541 422 294, 242 639 ditto 2nd Dragoons ditto 9th Lancers ditto ditto 10th Hussars ditto 11th Hussars 12th Lancers i Bristol Titlington, Sussex Poppleton, Yorkshire Worcester London ditto Warwick Wolverhampton Plympton, Devon Harnpstcad, Middlsx. boilermaker servant ditto painter brass finishr tutor striker miner clerk 24£ 23 261 231 24 19 24£ 26} 23} 221 brown brown dk. brn light brown brown brown brown dk. brn brown blue blue hazel blue grey grey grey blue hazel grey fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fair sallow fresh fresh ditto mixture blue; black regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto livery regimental 22 Oct. 20 Oct. 20 Oct. 29 Oct. 29 Oct. 3 Nov. 1 Nov. 1 Nov. 24 Oct. 2 Nov. Weedon Edinburgh ditto Brighton Shorncliffe Brighton York ditto Eethard Aldershot has a slight impediment in his speech off pass to Birmingham D ; will probably try to go to America 170290 Lewis O'Connor 641 14th Hussars iliddleton, Wexford Bethnal Green, Londn . abourer 214 5 7 brown lazel Tesh ditto 1 Nov. Manchester 170291 Alfred Vaughan 622 ditto clerk 201 5 6} brown grey resh ditto 1 Nov. ditto 170292 James Field , 624 Gren. Guards Dunstable, Beds abourer 241 5 7 brown grey 7air ditto 31 Oct. London took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. ditto [ Hyde Park off furlough; left tunic and great coat in D; took part of reg. nec. iook part of reg. nec. ditto 170293 Robert Jeffry : 129 Cold. Guards Doldstream, Berwick shoemaker 23 5 8| lt. brn grey ' air ditto 27 Oct. Windsor 170294 James Emmett 811] ditto Burnley, Lancashire weaver 191 5 8 brown blue resh ditto 6 Nov. ditto 170295 Jolm Redfin 451; ditto Efarviston, Derby . abourer 21i 5 8} brown iazel xesh ditto 31 Oct. London 170296 Owen Johnson 368 ditto fhurrnaston, Leieestr ditto 24 5 8} lt. brn grey ' resh ditto 31 Oct. ditto 170297 Thomas Neal 3480 Military Train Stoke- upon- Trent; ditto 23 5 3f brown grey iresh ditto 27 Oct. Woolwich 170298 Philip Maher 846 1st Foot Toomevan, Tipperary ditto 21 5 3 sandy grey Iresh ditto 25 Oct. Colchester 170299 Thomas Rexter 1120 ditto Vlartley, Worcester ditto 221 5 3 brown grey sallow ditto 23 Oct. ditto took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. 170300 Thomas Corboy 195 3rd Foot Tipperary cooper 23 5 7 lt. brn blue fair ditto 28 Oct. Limerick 170301 Wm. K. Marples — 8th Eoot Arnold, Notts frame knittr 241 5 101 brown grey fair ditto 24 Oct. Sheffield 170302 Theodore Crottie " 521 ditto London sculptor 211 5 4} brown blue fresh ditto 24 Oct. ditto 170303 Thomas Bowen 2036 19th Foot Elth Foot Dublin labourer 37£ 5 8 dk. brn hazel fresh ditto 24 Oct. Dublin 170304 Daniel Connors 670 Madalago, Waterford ditto 21i 5 7 dk. brn hazel fresh ditto 28 Oct. Cork 170305 Patrick McGuire 709 21st, Eoot Glasgow shoemaker 21f 5 6 It. brn blue fresh ditto 1 Nov. Dublin Glasgow took part of reg. nec. ditto 170306 William Keeffe 506 29th Foot Marylebone, London labourer m 5 51 sandy blue fresh ditto 24 Oct. 170307 Dennis Murphy E86 ditto Monieoin, Kilkenny ditto 221 5 S light blue fair ditto 24 Oct. ditto ditto 170308 Samuel Redout 251 ditto Sturminster, Dorset ditto 231 5 5 lt. brn hazel fair ditto 23 Oct. Ayr off detachment at Ayr ditto 170309 William Dodge 759 ditto MelcombeRegis, Drst. mariner 20} 5 8 dark blue dark ditto 24 Oct. ditto 170310 William Tutty 691. 36th Foot Monkstown, Dublin Cambridge labourer 22} 5 9 brown blue fresh ditto 1 Nov. Dublin took waist- belt and part of reg. nee. 170311 Walter Thurnell 951 37th Foot tailor 24 5 6 lt. brn grey fair ditto 1 Nov. Aldershot 170312 David Lewis 3227 41st Eoot Carmarthen sawyer 27} 5 8 sandy grey fresh ditto 27 Oct. New'tle- o- T burn on face 170313 John McCullough 690 ditto Dublin tailor 20 5 7 fair blue sallow ditto 24 Oct. Sunderland 170314 James Workman 3760 ditto Stroud, Gloucester labourer 26} 5 8} dk. brn hazel dark ditto 25 Oct. Nwc'tle- o- T 170315 William Denmark 1114 42nd Eoot Edinburgh blacksmith 18 5 6 dk. brn blue pale ditto 2 Nov. Stirling scar above left eye; recruit mace, crucifix, and eagle on left arm took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. ditto 170316 Edward Emes 452 45th Eoot London labourer 19| 5 6 brown grey fresh ditto 24 Oct. Dublin 170317 George Cowan 409 49 th Foot Glossop, Derbyshire ditto 20 5 7 brown grey fair ditto 25 Oct. Manchester 170318 James Dalzeall 807 58th Eoot Ballymacarret, Down ditto 19 5 5 black hazel sallow ditto 28 Oct. Dublin 170319 George Malkinson 1157 60th Rifles Highwortli, Wiltshire ditto 21 5 7 lt. brn grey fresh 2 Nov. Winchester cntto ring on right second finger, scar tight elbovi 170320 Michael Hyland 3930 63rd Foot KiUadarry, King's ditto 30} 5 7 dk. brn blue sallow ditto 16 Oct. London* took part of reg. nee. * Canada W. a piper; has a good conduct medal recruit, not finally approved scar on inner right ancle; recruit off furlough to London anchor on left hand 170321 John Millar 2010 71st Foot Edinburgh shoemaker 381 5 7. dk. brn grey fresh ditto 31 Oct. Stirling 170322 Thomas Corfield — 73rd Foot Warrington, Lane. labourer 18 6 71 dk. brn grey fresh brown; cord 29 Oct. Bolton 170323 John Lyons — 75th Foot Mullingar, Roseomn. Kilbaron, Donegal ditto 19 5 91 lt. brn blue fresh fustian 5 Nov. Leeds 170324 James Giles 3105 ditto ditto 291 5 91 dk. brn dk. brn fresh supp. regimental 25 Oct. Devonport 170325 Christopher Kelly 1064 ditto Banagher, King's ditto 20 5 6} dk. brn grey fresh regimeiltal 27 Oct. Chatham 170326 George Mann 1209 83rd Foot Lambeth, London ditto 18} 5 81 brown grey fresh ditto 27 Oct. ditto mark under left jaw supp. to be a deserter from 19th Foot 170327 Samuel Dawson — 94th Eoot Middleton, Lane. brickmaker 24 5 6} dk. brn hazel fresh black; tweed 22 Oct. Liverpool 170328 Charles Bradford 101 96th Foot Canterbury labourer 231 5 6} lt. brn blue fair regimental 25 Oct. Shorncliffe 170329 George Etheridge 319 ditto Horsham, Sussex ditto 22 5 91 light grey light ditto 31 Oct.^ ditto 170330 170331 170332 170333 170334 170335 170336 170337 170338 170339 John Kilpatrick Joseph Strickland William Cook Edward Hunter Joseph Knapp Patrick Kerrigan John Creer John Starr William Thompson Alexander Gray 3996 4489 9935 13722 12617 1261K 12237 1208 1375 97th Foot Royal H. Art. Roy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Scots Fusiliers Longford Worcester Wickham, Cair. bs Waller Stow, Bucks Cardiff Huddersfield Dublin Weston, Hereford Stockton- on- Tees Methven, Cambs tailor polisher blacksmith labourer ditto shoemaker clerk labourer ditto engineer 36} 24 191 20 18 19 19} 31} 24} 24 41 3} 5} 7 41 4| 41 4! 5 10 lt. brn brown brown dk. brn brown black dk. brn dark dk. brn dk. brn grey hazel grey hazel hazel hazel blue brown grey grey fresh fresh fair fresh sallow fresh fresh dark fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto velveteen; cord regimental ditto drab regimental tweed; black 30 Oct. 21 Oct" 25 Oct, 27 Oct. 23 Oct. 23 Oct. 25 Oct. 29 Oct. 21 June 27 Oct. 170340 170341 170342 170343 170344 170345 170346 170347 170348 170349 John Gilling Alex. McCulloch Michael Kerrigan William Brown John Hatch Henry Wilson Hugh McGuire 16th Eoot 60th Rifles 64th Foot 70th Foot ditto 84th Foot 94th Foot Armagh Leith, Edinburgh Runcorn, Cheshire Birmingham Dublin Manchester Airdrie, Lanark plasterer * labourer groom ditto ditto boilermaker 23 231 19 20 19 241 20 91 7} 71 61 6J 10 61 dk. brn lt. brn brown dk. brn fair dk. brn red grey hazel grey hazel blue fresh fresh dark fresh fresh grey m> grey ' Ifru fresh finen jacket; mole black; grey slop; cord cord tweed smccK; cord Mue 27 Oct. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 29 Oct. 29 Oct. 1 Nov. 30 Oct. Colchester Woolwich ditto ditto ditto * ditto ditto Shorncliffe Shanghai Glasgow Halifax Liverpool Warrington Birminghm Dublin Middlesbro' Liverpool D ; off furlough to Newton Heath, Lane. took waist- belt ditto officer's servant recruit, not surgically inspected scar under left ear recruit, approved * printer's reader recruit, not surgically inspected ditto ditto hole in left cheek; recruit pockpitted; recruit 6 POLICE GAZETTE. November 12. DESERTERS FROM THE MILITIA. J OF VICE | HAME. BEG. COEPS. WHEBE BOBN. TEADE. s SIZE. HAIB. EYES. EACE. COAT & TEOITSEES. DATE OE PLACE 0E MARKS AND REMARKS. MO. j NO. - 4 DESERTN. DESEETION. j 4604.5 46046 46047 46048 46049 46050 46051 46052 46053 46054 John Sullivan John Hayes James Hassett James Denne John McCarthy William Neale Jeremiah Lynch Patrick Sullivan James Currane Patrick Roberts 1770 1771 1777 1808 1818 1884 1825 1830 1844 1845 Kerry* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Kenmare Causeway Listowel Kilgobbin Castlemaine ditto Ardfert Cahirdaniel Dingle Kilorglin labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 5 4 5 3 5 4 5 4. brown light fair brown brown brown brown brown black fair blue grey grey blue blue blue hazel blue . blue grey fair fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh sallow sallow fresh 28 May 28 Mav 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 Mav 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May Xralee ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from training 46055 Daniel Donoghue 1847 ditto Cahirciveen ditto 21 5 4 brown grey fresh 28 May ditto 46056 Patrick Riordan 1852 ditto Miltown ditto 20 5 4 black grey dark 28 May ditto 46057 Jeremiah Regan 1870 ditto Glenflesk ditto 19 5 4 fan- grey fresh 28 Mav ditto blue spot on right hip 46058 John Sullivan 1879 ditto Castleisland ditto 22 5 3 fair blue fair 28 May ditto scar on left cheek 46059 Jeremiah Shea 1883 ditto Templemore ditto 21 5 3 brown brown fresh 28 May ditto 46060 Bart. McCarthy 1899 ditto Rathkeale, Limerick ditto 20 5 4 fair blue fresh 28 May ditto scar on forehead 46061 Timothy Connor 1906 ditto Kilorglin, Kerry ditto 20 5 4 fair blue fresh 28 May ditto 46062 John Lugrue 1908 ditto ditto ditto 18 5 3 brown grey fresh 28 Mav ditto 46063 Michael Keane 1916 ditto Kiel ditto 21 5 4 fair hazel fair 28 May ditto 46064 Edmund Moriarty 1927 ditto Miltown ditto 19 5 3 fair blue fair 28 May ditto 46085 46066 46067 46068 46069 46070 46071 46072 46073 46074 John Carey William Fitzsimon Patrick Curran John Moran Matthew Sullivan Eugene Keane Michael Keating James Leamy Thomas Mahony Martin Burke 1940 1951 1952 1969 1977 1998 2008 2017 2018 2021 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Cahirciveen Miltown Tralee Cahirciveen Templemore Ventry Cahirciveen Cappamore, Limerick Dingle, Kerry Ballyhogue ditto ditto ditto ditto smith labourer tailor labourer ditto ditto brown fair brown brown brown fair dk, brn brown brown fair blue grey blue blue blue blue blue grey hazel blue fresh fresh fair fresh fresh sallow sallow fair sallow fair 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto in penal servitude 46075 46076 Thomas Sweeney Michael Bowler 2024 2026 ditto ditto Tralee Limerick butcher labourer 20 19 5 5 5 6 brown brown hazel blue fresh fair 28 May 28 May ditto ditto 46077 Maurice Browne 2027 ditto Ardfert, Kerry smith 26 5 5 fan- blue fair 28 May ditto 46078 Thade Kennedy 2052 ditto Tralee labourer 23 5 3 tail- blue fresh 28 May ditto 46079 James Keane 2053 ditto ditto ditto 23 5 7 brown hazel fresh 28 May ditto 46080 James Cummins 2055 ditto Kenmare ditto 28 5 3! fair blue fresh 28 May ditto supp. in penal servitude 46081 Patrick O'Brien 2056 ditto Slianagolden, Limrck tailor 22 5 3i fair grey fresh 28 May ditto 46082 William Collopy 2058 ditto Rockhill, Limerick labourer 31 5 8 brown hazel fresh 28 May ditto 46083 James Daly 2063 ditto Glenflesk, Kerry Aghadoe ditto 20 5 3 brown grey fresh 28 May ditto otiib ' WfX 1 ~ mmiti'W /- wHlflSSOfJ 46084 Daniel Doyle 2071 ditto ditto 19 5 3 faii- brown dark 28 May ditto 46085 Daniel Sullivan 2072 ditto Miltown ditto 30 5 41 brown hazel fair 28 May ditto 46086 Timothy Gallagher 2075 ditto Glyn, Limerick ditto 18 5 31 fair blue fresh 28 May ditto 46087 Patrick Crosbie 2082 ditto Odorney, Kerry ditto 21 5 4 fair hazel fresh 28 May ditto 4608S Patrick Shea 2088 ditto Tralee ditto 20 5 3 black grey fair 28 May ditto 46089 Edward Kelly 2091 ditto ditto nailor 20 5 4 fair grey fair 28 May ditto 46090 • James Walsh 2098 ditto Bally McElligot labourer 21 5 31 fair grey fresh 28 May ditto 46091 Thomas Sullivan 2104 ditto Listowel baker 20 5 4 brown grey fresh 28 May ditto 46092 Denis Murphy 2106 ditto Killarney labourer 21 5 3 brown blue fresh 28 May ditto 46093 Stephen Diggin 2109 ditto ditto ditto 19 5 4 l lir hazel fair 28 Mav ditto 46094 David Howard 2110 ditto Tralee tanner 19 5 3 fair blue fresh 28 May ditto 46095 46096 46097 46098 46099 46100 46101 46102 46103 46104 Daniel Mahony Michael Doyle Timothy Kirby Maurice McMahon Daniel Shanahan Patrick Foley John Eagan John Hegarty Michael Hickey John Lyne 2111 2115 2118 2121 2125 2128 2130 2133 2135 2137 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Miltown Beaufort Sneem Lixuan Cahirciveen Portmagee Odorney Kenmare Bunratty, Clare Castleisland, Kerry labourer ditto ditto ditto tinsmith labourer ditto groom labourer ditto 5 I brown 4i I brown fair dk. brn black fair brown brown brown brown grey hazel hazel blue dark grey hazel blue grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 28 Mav 28 MaV 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto supp. in Clare Militia 48105 46106 46107 46108 46109 46110 46111 46112 46118 46114 Patrick Bowler Andrew Leary Andrew Buckley John Donnelly Morty McCarthy Thomas Clarke Patrick Quinn John Hynes James Clancy Denis McCarthy 2154 2157 2163 2166 2167 2171 2177 2179 2187 2188 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Dingle Caiiirciveen Anna Corofin, Clare Cahirciveen, Kerry Mallow, Cork Listowel, Kerry Tralee Listowel Castleisland ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto weaver labourer shoemaker labourer ditto 6 4 61 3 5 5 5 5 5 4} 5 4i 5 10 5 3f 5 4 5 8 fair fair lt. brn brown brown brown fair fair brown brown hazel grey grey blue grey brown hazel grey grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 28 Mav 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto supp. in Royal Artillery 46115 46116 46117 46118 46119 46120 46121 46122 46123 46124 Patrick Regan Edward O'Brien Patrick Molony William Coffey Thomas Flynn Michael Cronin John Maly William Keeffe James Connell John Jones 2191 2197 2199 2214 2219 2221 2225 2232 2234 2237 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Listowel Limerick Castlegregory, Kerry Killarney Castleisland Killarney Listowel Brosna Castleisland Listowel butcher groom labourer tailor labourer ditto ditto shoemaker labourer tailor brown brown red dk. brn brown brown brown brown brown dk. brn hazel hazel grey hazel blue brown hazel grey grey hazel fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow pale 28 14 May 14 May 14 Mav 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 Mav ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto gone to America 46125 46126 46127 46128 46129 46130 46131 46132 46133 46134 John Stach John Connell James Sullivan Jeremiah Sullivan Patrick Shea Daniel Sullivan John Healy John Leary James Ferrell Edmund Fowkes 2239 2240 2252 2266 2274 2278 2282 2285 2289 ,2296 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Kilflynn Killarney Yalentia Cahirciveen Ventry Kenmare Tralee ditto Killarney Tralee labourer ditto ditto shoemaker labourer ditto ditto shoemaker servant fair brown brown dk. brn lt. brn light brown dk. brn fair fair blue blue grey hazel grey dark blue hazel blue grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow sallow fresh fresh fresh 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto burn on right hip 46135 46136 46137 46138 46139 46140 46141 46142 46143 46144 j John Kelly John Sheehan Thomas Hogan Michael Ryall John McCarthy Timothy Quintan John Dwyer David O'Connor James Crowley John Connor 22S7 2299 2305 2310 2318 2330 2340 2348 .2351 2358 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Listowel Killarney Dingle Odorney Castlegregory Tralee Killarney Castlegregory Sneem Ardfert tailor labourer ditto ditto ditto tailor slater labourer ditto ditto 3 6 4 5 iii 4. 7: 7 black brown brown fair brown brown brown brown brown brown hazel blue hlue blue hazel hazel brown blue hazel blue fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 46145 46146 46147 46148 46149 46150 46151 46152 46153 46154 Jeremiah Wren Patrick Shea John Kelly James McMahon Maurice Ahern Timothy Lyons* John Barry John Riordan Daniel Cronin i Daniel Hanly 2361 2363 2364 2371 2388 2391 2404 24.05 2409 2416 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Killarney Tralee Listroy Newtownsandes Castleisland Listowel ditto Kilorglin Dingle Kenmareir ditto ditto ditto servant shoemaker tailor labourer ditto ditto ditto 20 22 20 ' 26 21 21 19 22 27 20 5 8} 5 4 5 101 5 9 5 54 brown dk. brn light black brown light brown brown sandy lt. brn blue grey blue hazel hazel blue grey grey grey blue fresh fresh fresh dark fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 14 14 May 14 May 28 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 28 May 14 May 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto pockpitted * alias Gilligan 46155 46156 46157 46158 46159 46160 46161 46162 46163 46164, Francis Tanguey 12417 Thomas P. Curran 2419 William* McGuire 2421 Philip Kelly 12423 Thomas Sheehy | 2424 John Sullivan' ' 2435 James Foley ( 2436 John Flahavan i 2454 John Fleming 12461 Patrick Cronin 2462 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Tralee Auniscale Tralee Miltown Ventry Castleislaiid ditto Causeway Tralee Killarney shoemaker tailor messenger labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto sawyer painter 6 7 5 31 31 71 5 61 9 74 brown It. brn brown brown black brown brown light fan- brown hazel hazel grey grey blue grey grey grey blue hazel fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fair fresh 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 28 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 46165 461.66 46167 46168 461.69 46170 46171 46172 46173 46174 Jeremiah Hayes Joseph Burnes Walter Whelan Jeremiah Gallivan James Moriarty Michael Casey Daniel Lugrue Ja >> Walsh James Collopy John Carroll 2463 24.74 2480 2482 2488 12500 [ 3503 2515 12519 12530 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Glenbeigh Ardfert Castlegregory Scartaglin Dromid Killarney Abbeyfeale, Limerick Tralee, Kerry labourer tailor labourer ditto tailor labourer ditto cabinetmkr. shoemaker nailor 5 5 5 31 5 4 5 10 5 6 5 61 5 41 5 61 5 5 3 brown brown dark brown brown sandy iWwu brown brown | H brn blue grey hazel blue hazel grey grey hitzel bluti gi ® y fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh Mav 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May li May 14. May 14 May 14 May 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto in gaol at Tralee supp. in London ,, ueptoi. November 12. POLICE GAZETTE. 7 DESERTERS FROM THE MILITIA ( continued). OFFICE NO. NAME. EEG. NO. COBPS. WHEEE BOBN. HAIE. EYES. FACE. COAT & TEOrSEES. DATE OF DESEBTN. PLACE OF DESEBTION. MAKES AND REMARKS. 46175 46176 46177 46178 46179 46180 46181 46182 461S3 46184 Maurice Moriarty Michael Trant Michael Enright Daniel Sullivan Cornelius Carey John Collins Jeremiah Sullivan Timothy Daly Eyre Evans Timothy Malony 2532 2535 2540 2549 2553 2565 2594 2608 2620 2623 Kerry* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Dingle Odorney Ballvlongford Tralee Cahirciveen Balladuff Kilcrohan Limerick Ardfert, Kerry Kilmore Moy, Mayo labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto tailor cooper shoemaker labourer brown brown brown brown brown dk. hrn dk. brn light dk. brn brown grey hazel hazel grey grey blue hazel grey blue grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh sallow fresh 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 28 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 28 Mav Tralee ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from training gone to America 46185 46186 46187 46188 46189 46190 46191 46192 46193 46194 Michael Lawler John Canty Andrew Nealon John O'Donoghue John Gallivan James Shine Patrick Quinty Daniel O'Brien Maurice Hanlon John Sullivan 2654 2642 2655 2659 2661 2682 2683 2684 2711 2719 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Balladuff, Kerry Listowel Tralee Killarney Tralee ditto Killury Castleisland Ballyheigue Cahirciveon mason shoemaker cabinetmkr. nailor shoemaker ropemaker labourer ditto ditto cooper 5 6} 5 8} 5 4 5 9} 5 7 5 4| 5 3} 5 61 5 41 5 61 red brown brown dk. brn dk. brn brown brown dk. brn brown brown blue blue blue grey hazel blue grey hazel grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto supp. in London pockpitted ditto 46195 46196 46197 46198 46199 46200 46201 46202 46203 46204 John Shea Patrick Brennan James Bryan John Burke James Bryan Edmond Boney Patrick Branigan James Byrnes Michael Brennan Michael Barrett 2763 1746 1901 1816 1878 1989 1587 1484 2034 1775 ditto Kilkenny* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Valentia Kilkenny Mullinavat Kilkenny Stoneyford Ballingay Huggins Ferry Freshford Owran Kilkery labourer ditto ditto hairdresser clerk labourer ditto ditto ditto tailor 18 20 211 27 26f 17 J 17} 29 19} 181 61 It, brn 7 brown 81 dk. brn 6 dk. brn 61 brown 71 dk. bm 3 brown 8 lit. brn 7} red 41 brown blue blue hazel grey hazel grey hazel grey grey blue fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh 14 May 14 May 30 April 30 April 30 April 30 April 14 May 14 May 30 April 14 May ditto Kilkenny ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent froia torajJUM? 46205 46206 46207 46208 46209 46210 46211 46212 46213 46214 James Benigan Thomas Cody Charles Carthy John Carr Edward Coleman Richard Cormick James Carthy Patrick Curry James Connell Michael Carbray 1923 1558 1891 2004 1779 1575 2075 1900 1972 1771 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto t ; ditto ditto Clough Callan Owran Ballyfoyle Pilltown Urlingford Freshford ijditto Ballyhale Kilmacow ditto labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 171 19} 171 21} 19 20 21} 16} 181 19 brown dk. brn brown brown brown brown dk. brn dk. brn fair brown hazel hazel hazel hazel grey grey grey grey grey brown fair fresh fresh freBh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair 30 April 14 May 30 April 30 April 14 May 14 May 30 April 30 April 30 April 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 46215 46216 46217 46218 46219 46220 46221 46222 46228 462524 46225" 461226 46227 4i6228 / 46229 46230 46231 46232 46233 46234 James Clere Augustine Conroy James Culliton Thomas Cassin James Cavanagh John Daly James Delhunty James Donnell Joseph Delaney John Doonin 1991 1762 1912 1930 2095 2014 1834 1988 1444 1826 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Danesford Castlecomer Grange Thomas town Urlingford Callan Rakeland Ballingarry, Tippry. Kilkenny Castlecomer ditto ditto ditto baker carpenter cooper labourer ditto smitli labourer 181 18 191 211 201 18} 211 17} 20} 20J 4} 8 9 6 6J 7i 10 71 6} 6 brown brown brown brown dk. brn brown brown dk. brn brown dk. brn grey brown brown grey. blue brown hazel grey blue brown fair fail- fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh 14 May 14 May 30 April 30 April 30 April 30 April 30 April 30 April 14 May 30 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto in Aiiny William Delaney David Delaliunty Andrew Donovan William Daly Edward Dovan Thomas Dee Thomas Doyle Edward Dunne Patrick Dwynn James Dooley 2061 1881 1340 1858 1703 1994 1995 1470 1952 1616 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Paulstown Danesford Kilcooley Callan Lisdowney Piltown ditto Kilkenny Callan Mullinrath ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 23i 21J 22 181 18} 201 201 20 19 19 91 4} 5} 51 4 6 11 5 5 5} lt. bru brown dk. brn sandy brown brown dk. brn brown lt; brn lt. brn blue hazel hazel blue blue blue hazel bluo grey hazel fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh 30 April 30 April 14 May 14 May 14 May 30 April 30 April 14 May 30 April 14 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto in Army 46235 Michael Donnell 1990 ditto Ballingarry, Tippry. ditto 181 5 6} lt. brn grey fresh 30 April ditto 46236 William Eustace 1685 ditto Stoneyford, Kilkenny ditto 24 5 31 brown grey fresh . 14 May ditto 46237 Arthur Elwood 1187 ditto Kilkenny ditto 22 5 6} brown hazel fresh 14 May ditto 46238 John English 1551 ditto ditto ditto 19 5 51 lt. brn grey fresh 14 May ditto 46239 Joseph Flood 2054 ditto Stoneyford ditto 20} 5 61 brown grey fresh 30 April ditto 46240 Martin Fanell 1588 ditto Kilmacow ditto 19 5 3 dk. brn blue sjallow 14 May ditto 46241 John Fanell 2033 ditto Castlemarket ditto 20} 5 5 dk. brn blue sallow 30 April ditto 46242 Michael Fleming 1889 ditto Dunnamaggin ditto 191 5 11} sandy hazel fresh 30 April ditto 46243 James Flynn 1877 ditto Callan ditto 17} 5 3 brown brown fresh —'•— 30 April ditto 46244 Thomas Fogarty 1967 ditto Piltown ditto 201 5 7 lt. brn hazel fresh 30 April ditto 46245 46246 46247 46248 46249 46250 46251 46252 46253 46254 Matthew Fannan John Flynn Michael Grace James Gaffney John Hayes John Healy John Joyce Martin Inrot Thomas Keefe Michael Kenny 1462 1951 1293 1577 1999 1843 1932 .18.71 1515 1776 46255 46256 46257 46258 46259 46260 46261 46262 46263 46^ 61 Thomas Kennedy James Leahy James Lyons John Lehane William Murphy Philip Murphy Timothy McCarthy Owen Morrissy Robert May John Maber 2069 1654 1830 1950 1570 1793 1998 1589 1688 1843 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto dfitto dittto dittov ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Hugginstown ditto 26 5 4f lt. brn grey j Callan stonecutter 201 5 41 dark grey/ Innisboyne labourer 21 5 2 fair haz0l Kilkenny ditto 20 5 4 dk. brn hazjel Urlingford stonemason 21} 5 11} dark brown Ballinamara labourer 17 5 51 lt. brn blue Kilkenny gasfitter 20 5 Si dk. brn l « izel Ballyhale labourer 20} 5 6 brown blue Kilkenny ditto 19 5 5 brown blue Ballycallan ditto 17 5 3 lt. bnf brown Ballyragget baker i9 5 91 light hazel Castlecoiner labourer 17 5 41 dk. brn brown ditto ditto 19? 5 5} dk. brn blue Callan stonecutter 211 5 61 dk. brn grey Thomastown labourer 19 5 3 W. brn grey Thurles, Tipperary ditto 34 5 64 41 lit. brn blue Ballyhale, Kilkenny ditto 16} 5 dk. brn hazel Mullinavat ditto 26 5 7 dk. brn grey Carlow ditto 20 5 n lt. brn hazel Castlecomer, Kilknny. tailor I7f 5 51 dk. brn brown fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 14 May 30 April 14 May 14 May 30 April 30 April 30 April 30 April 14 May 30 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto in custody of Civil Power fair sallow fresh fresh fresh fair fresh sallow fresh fresh 30 April 30 April 30 April 30 April 14 May 14 May 30 April 14 May 14 Mav 30 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto iu Army 4626a 46266. 46268 46269 46270 46271 46272 46273 46274 James Mumchan Dennis Moore William Murphy John McEvoy Patrick Murphy Michael Neill Michae1 Neill John Ntpnar Patrick O'Brien Patrick Power 2003 1301 1831 1917 1578 2006 1567 1739 2016 1896 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto I Piltown Callan j Ballyhale Tullaroan ' t! arrick- on- Suir l? iltown, Kilkenny Kilkenny / ditto Bjallyhale Mullinavat labourer basketmakr labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto baker carpenter labourer 21 19 21 f 21 18 21} 20 181 18 181 51 41 5 ,71 5f 51 5 3 5 9 5 41 5 2 5 5} 5 5 brown brown brown It. brn lt. brn dk. brn dk. brn brown brown brown hazel hazel grey blue blue hazel hazel grey brown brown fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 46275 46276 46277 46278 46279 46280 46281 46282 46283 46384 John Power James Roe Dennis Ryan Richard Rourke John Roberts John Ryan John Ryan Patrick Ryan John Rourke Daniel Sullivan 1617 1955 1712 1513 1765 1691 1815 1876 1967 1836 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 30 April 14 May 30 April 30 April 14 May 30 April 14 May 14 May 30 April 30 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto in custody of Civil Power ditto Roijsbergin Cloiimel, Tipperary Kilkenny ditto Freshford Piltown Carlow Ballycallan, Kilkenny Lfrlingford tailor labourer • ditto ' ditto cork cutter labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto 21 , ir 18} 25} 19 22 21 m i8i 201 191 5} 6} 6 5- 7 Si 5 6 711 7 lt. brn dk. brn brown brown brown browa lt. brn ItT brn lt. brn brown hazel hazel blue blue brown brown hazel blue grey blue fresh fresh fresh fail- sallow fns- si fresh fresh sallow fresh 14 May 30 April, 14 May' 14 Mav j 14 May : [ 14 Mav: 30 April- r [ 30 April „ 130 Aprijl 46285 John Styles 1752 ditto Oasltecomer ditto 18 5 Hi brown blue fresh 46286 Edward Sallinan 1785 ditto Dunkalk ditto 194 5 5 brown blue fresh 46287 Michael Lobin 1600 ditto Callan ditto 25 5 6 lt. brn grey fresh 46288 Joseph Waldridge 1449 ditto Dunnamaggin ditto 28 5 101 dk. brn hazel fresh 46289 Patrick Walsh 2063 ditto Mullinavat nailor 22} 5 8 brown grey sallow 46290 Richard Walsh 1892 ditto Ownan labourer 171 5 61 brown brown fresh 46291 William Walsh 2120 ditto Templeovan ditto 20 5 91 lt. brn brown fresh 46292 John Walsh 1807 ditto Ballyhale ditto 221 5 6 sandy grey fresh 46293 John Wall .361 ditto Mucallee ditto 22 5 61 light hazel friesh 46294 Michael Walsh 1824 ditto Urlingford ditto 18| 5 6 dk. brn hazel fresh 14 May 14 May 14 Mav. 14 May 30 April 30 At 30 April 30 A^ ril 14 J hn 30 April • ditto -' e'ditto ' hatiitto * ditto • ditto ditto • tlitto ditto dittp i# to '" fiitto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto _ If" ' . rlop aor iu Army - ton emigrated* 46295 Michael Whelan 1840 ditto ! Callan ditto 18| 5 4 lt. brn hazel fresh 30 A pril ditto- 46296 John Wall 1970 ditto Kilkenny tinman 181 5 5 It. brn grey sallow . 30 .. . ril ditto 46297 Jolm Walsh 1562 ditto Mullinavat labourer 18 5 4 dk. brn hazel fresh 14 My ditto 46298 Patrick White J. 686 ditto Ballyhale tailor 201 5 5 brown grey sallow 14 . Mav ditto 46299 Thomas Walsh 2l) i. lP ditto Urlingiord stonemason 221 5 5} brown blue fresh 30 April ditto 46300 John Whelan 2101 djtto . Ballyragget labourer 19 5 6} dk. brn hazel sallow 30 April ditto 46301 John Carney 1434 Rifles' Currv, Sligo ditto 211 5 51 brown hazel fresh 14 May Sligo 46302 Michael Curne 1499 afiidF i ditto ditto 181 5 5i It. brfi grey fresh 14 May ditto 46303 Thomas Connell 1348 ditto Sligo ditto 21 5 71 brown . grey fresh 14 May ditto 46304 John Conway 1436 ditto I, ditto cooper 201 5 8} brown grey sallow 14 May ditto ' absent from fraich .- wart on right elbow 8 POLICE GAZETTE, November 12, DESERTERS FROM THE MILITIA ( continued). OFFICE NO. NAME. REO. NO. CORPS. WHERE BORN. TRADE. SIZE. HAIR. 46305 46306 46307 46308 46309 46310 46311 46312 46313 46314 FACE. COAT & TROTTSERS. DATE OF DESRTN. PLACE OF DESERTION. Hugh Connor Patrick Devanny Patrick Gaffney Michael Harrison Patrick Hennigan Charles Hill Thomas Kelly John Kerins William Knox John Magennis MARKS AND REMARKS. 1378 1487 1460 1417 1477 1442 1411 1390 1362 1336 Sligo Rifles* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Ballisodare Tubbercurry Emlafad Ahamlish Sligo Ballintoghir Emlafad Kilmacslialgan Aughanagh labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto shoemaker labourer ditto ditto ditto 18| 18} 161 20} 17} 191 19 § 17} 21} 211 brown sandy brown brown brown brown dk. brn dk. brn brown brown 46315 46316 46317 46318 46319 46320 46321 46322 463^ 3 463 463!-; 5 46326 46327 46328 46329 46330 46f. 31 46132 46; S33 46: v? i John Martin Felix Monaghan Thomas Monnolly John O'Hara Jolm Sweeney Thomas Thornton Patrick Walsh Cornelius Leary John Gleeson | John Hayes grey grey grey grey grey blue brown brown hazel grey fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh 1391 1439 1438 1437 1422 1490 1385 624 934 1389 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Limerick Co.* ditto ditto Sligo Soory Ballisodare Tubbereurry Lecarrow Kilmacsbalgan Ballinaface Charleville, Cork Croagh, Limerick Croom tailor labourer ditto shoemaker labourer shoemaker labourer smith labourer ditto 17} 18 221 261 151 20} 19} 26 23 22 brown brown dk. brn sandy brown brown brown sandy brown dk. brn 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May Sligo ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from training pockpitted scar on right leg pockpitted wart on bend of left arm James Knight Patrick Connors Patrick Colloppy Michael Dundon Mat. Quinlivan John Buckley Peter Lyons John McMahon | John Ryan James O'Brien grey hazel grey grey blue grey hazel blue grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow 1572 1750 1761 1764 1766 1773 1775 1782 1785 1789 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 14 May 21 May 21 May 21 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Limerick ditto ditto mark on left leg scar oyer right knee pockpitted, ' E. P.' on right arm * absent from training pockpitted ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Bruff Limerick ditto Stone Hall Castleconnell Bruff Limerick ditto RoxbOrough Tedamore ditto ditto tinman servant ditto labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto dark brown brown brown brown brown black brown brown brown ' 6335 46336 46337 46338 46339 46340 - 16341 46342 46343 48344 blue hazel blue hazel grey grey hazel hazel blue blue sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow sallow Michael Callaghan J Edward Lee j Denis Walsh i Thomas Keough Patrick Mechan Andrew Dillon William Roach John Collins John Kerwan Matthew Weeks 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 1822 1826 1828 1833 1840 1852 1862 1872 1882 1884 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Killaloe, Clare Limerick ditto Oatfield, Clare Limerick ditto Tipperary Limerick Borrisoleigli, Tippry. Finloe, Clare mason labourer ditto ditto ditto shoemaker labourer ditto ditto shoemaker 5 7 5 4 5 11 5 4 5 6} 5 11} 5 3 5 31 5 4 5 81 black fair brown brown black fair fair brown It. brn black hazel - blue - blue blue hazel blue blue grey grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 21 MaV ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto-— dittotf ditto ditto NAME. ADMIRALTY, November 12, 1862. Description of Deserters, Stragglers, and Men Discharged from Her Majesty's Sea Service. SHIP DESERTED OR DIS- CHARGED FROM. DATE. SIZE. WHERE BORN. EXES, FACE. MARKS AND REMARKS. * Joel Winch * Thomas Foster * John Allsop Thomas Brown * John Nicholson Richard Markham Edward Whiting John Welsh Thomas Hudson 55George T. Taylor * Charles Parker * Spencer Cramp * Henry Edwards * Elijah Payne • Thomas Day * John Barber * Edward Hayes * Wm. Williams * James Fleury * John Woodman Elias Mansfield George H. Wilding * William Hertford * James S. Reed * Wm. K. Coffin * Edward Teo * Richard Hugill • John Peterson * Richard Waugh " Matthew Dring Edwin Day Lion Kite Mark Savill Charles Wright David Ferguson George Holdam William West * Thomas Walder * Jacob Quinn * Wm. H. Singleton • Henry Phillips Patrick Donovan • Henry White * George Woome William Davey James Cameron John Clarke Solomon Oxley James Bennett John Lovett Fox, straggler ditto ditto Cumberland, discharged Victory, deserter Formidable, discharged Fisguard, straggler Cumberland, deserter ditto Excellent, straggler ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Formidable, discharged Formidable, deserter St. George, deserter St. George, straggler ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Cumberland, deserter Emerald, Rosario, ditto ditto ditto Pembroke, deserter Excellent, straggler ditto ditto ditto Hauike, deserter Formidable, deserter Himalaya, straggler Defence, straggler ditto ditto _ 2, straggler ditto Formidable, deserter 9 Nov. 9 Nov. 9 Nov. 12 Nov. 24 Sept. 5 Nov. 4 Nov. 20 Oct. 20 Oct. 4 Nov. 4 Nov. 4 Nov. 4 Nov. 4 Nov. 4 Nov. 4 Nov. 4 Nov. 5 Nov. 5 Nov. 5 Nov. 24 Oct. 23 Oct. 31 Oct, 1 Nov. 1 Nov. 1 Nov. 1 Nov. 1 Nov, 1 Nov. 30 Oct. 19 Oct. 25 Oct. 1 Nov. 1 Nov. 1 Nov. 30 Oct. 2 Nov. 3 Nov. 3 Nov. 3 Nov. 2 Nov. 17 Oct. 20 Oct. Oct. 30 Oct, 30 Oct. 30 Oct, 30 Oct. 30 Oct. 26 Oct. [ carpenter's crew ,24 ditto ( 29 A. B. 24 | ditto j 29 | boy, 1st class 171 | ditto j 18| carpenter's crew 21 ordinary : 19 ditto 19 gunner's mate ! 35 A. B. 1241 ditto ' 211 private, R. Marines 24 ditto 23 ditto ,24 ditto 33 ditto 24 aetg.- corporl, R. M. 26 private, R. Marines 29 A. B. boy, 1st class A. B. sailmaker ordinary A. B. captain, maintop A. B. ordinary tailor private, R. Marines ordinary, 2nd class gunner, R. M. A. private, R. Marines ditto ward- room cook ordinary ditto ditto ditto private, R. Marines' ordinary private, R. Marines stoker gunner ditto ordinary private, R. Marines ditto shipwright 24 5 191 32 33} 19 28| 281 381 231 m 27} 17 261 25 26 22 21 29 271 24 24| 32 22 21 34 191 31 25 22 23 35 7 8 4 3 31 5} 41 4 5 6 7 3 7 6} 6} 9 6} 7 6} 5 4 7 7 6 2 ti 61 4 8 54 0} 91 7 6 6 7 7 71 7 6 9 7 6 10 6 9 91 7 7 41 Clerkemwell, Londoor London Chesterfield, Derby Tunbridge, Kent Strad'oally, Waterforcl London ditto ditto Chatham, Kent ilillbrook, Cornwall Petl, Kent Hastings, Sussex 1 leamington, Hants A old, Notts Portsmouth, Hants Cosluim ditto Dublin Cork Exeter,; Devon Margate;. Kent Long Milford, Suffolk Hastings, Sussex Kerry Plymouth Devonport Plymouth Cambray Nottingham London ditto Stortford, Essex Walsall, Stafford Liverpool London Chatham, Kent Reigate, Sussex Portsea, Hants Meon- Stoke London Shangarry, Cork Bristol Bermondsey, Surrey Southamon, Hants Kelmorenverness Addington Banbury, Northamptoi Romsey, Hants London brown brown brown brown brown dk. brn lt, brn brown brown lt. brn brown | lt. brn brown black brown brown brown dk. brr. brown dk. brn j brown dk. brn brown j brown It. brn light brown black It. brn dk. brn brown lt. brn brown brown red dark It, brn brown It. brn brown d, k. bm | brown ; brown ; brown I It! brn brown dark brown brown I dark hazel blue hazel blue blue grey grey grey blue blue hazel blue blue hazel blue grey blue grey grey grey hazel blue hazel grey blue grey hazel grey blue blue blue grey hazel hazel hazel hazel blue hazel blue blue grey grey hazel grey grey blue grey brown brown hazel fair fair ruddy fair fair dark fair fair fair fair fair fair sallow ' £' 3 reward served in Dee | ditto served in Gladiator, Pylades, and Dee ditto mermaid on right arm served in Scourge and Renovm j £ 3 reward scar on right leg; served in Hawke and Indus | tattooed all over body £ 1 reward dressed in blue frock, and white trousers fair fair fair dark sallow dark served in Cumberland £ 3 reward tattooed on right hand and arm ; served in Edgar ditto tattooed on arms ; served in Est and Cambridge served in Cambridge and St. George served, in Impregnable, Desperate, FyUdes, and Indus pockpitted ; served in Melampus, Indus, and Terror served in San Josef, Megtara, Agincourt, and Neptune £ 1 reward ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 10s. reward scars on back served in Asia ditto served in Edinburgh served in Calypso served in Orion £ 3 reward tattooe/ i on arms ditto ( £ 1 reward i served in St. Vincdnt, Victory, and Hannibal served in Retribut ion and Calcutta £ 3 reward made his escape at Paddingtou Station * No reward will bo given in these cases if apprehended within the precincts of a port wbei a regular Poljce is organized, but all reasonable expenses will be paid. 6 - di\ . VP. i' iastli DESERTERS FKOM THE ROYAL MARINES. G I SIZE!.', HAWS. - 4 I. FACE- COAT; TROUSElt .. JohnRussell | Woolwich Benj. Blunt " I ditto- Edwin Pack ™ . Jacob Rawlings Thos; Cartwnght Henry Gowan * ; i Frank Richards ; James McQuinn Thomas Haydon _ Jeremiah Minchen '' John Galloeher John O'Brien Thomas Jones Richard Downes Moees Kenley* James Davis Thomas Cooner* William Oldinshaw Frederick Smith* Henry Stevens* 1 uiu. u II"" ™ , 0 R, Marine Art. Portsea ( Hull • Whittlesea, Camb!' rl 1sWoolwich I ' ditto i ditto ditto 1 ditto ditto ditto . ditto Chatham ditto ditto ditto Woolwich ditto ditto Chatham Woolwich labourer - ditto •( ditto 1 Chesterfield, Derby [ Dursley, Gloucester ' iCranbrook, Kent I Liverpool ' London WoottonBasset, Wits • Donegal -' Staleybridge, Lane. jAberdaron, Cai- narvn. ILondon I Stoke, Stafford lPresteign, Radnor | Shacjwell, London Westbromwicb, Staff. jAylesford, Iieut ! Shepton Mallet, Som. grooin labourer striker labourer dittio ditto cottorispinr labourer shoemaker joiner carpenter plumber puddler labourer ditto 26 32} 30 27 251 251 221 25" 23} 26. m 27} I & 7} 74 9 71 11 brown It, bru* brown brown light- 5brown 23 271 301 27} 27 25f 24 ' 5} " or 71 5, 6i 5 - 7." * 7 ' 61 64 6} 10 brown dk. brn brown dk. brn brown brown light dark brown brown dk. brn lt. brn brown dk. brn grey hazel hazel grey dk. brn grey blue hazel blue grey hazel blue hazel hazel hazel grey grey grey grey hazel fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh dark fresh fresh fresh fresh fair swarth fair fan- fresh fresh fresh uniform uniform ditto ditto uniform uniform DATE OF j PLACE OF JMSERTNJ DESERTION. 4 ' 1 1 Nov. Woolwich I 30 Oct, ditto 13 Oct. Portsmouth • 18 Oct, Bath- 22 Oct. Woolwich ! 22 Oct, ditto 28 Oct. ditto 24 Oct. ditto 26 Oct. ditto ^ 26 Oct. ditto 25 Oct. ditto 20 Oct. Portsmouth 19 Sept, Chatham ' 21 Oct. ditto 21 Oct. ditto 21 Oct. Woolwich 20 Oct, ditto 16 Oct. ditto 16 Oct. Chatham 14 Oct. Woolwich MARKS AND REMAKES. ^ * alias Jacobs M. C,' on left arm, sear on left leg lost part of 1st joint of little finga- •>, left hand D if" tattooed on arms ; off furlough to Tan- y- bulch Wales D D ; bald at top of head; off furlough * alias Jas. Sellers scar on left knee * alias James Doyie crown, anchor; a- J laurel on right arm * alias Peter Mon * alias Groves LONDON : PRINTED FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE BT HARRISON AND SONS, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, W. C,
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