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The Police Gazette

27/12/1864

Printer / Publisher: Harrison and Sons HMSO
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 4032
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Date of Article: 27/12/1864
Printer / Publisher: Harrison and Sons HMSO
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POLICE PtiMiiSfietf GAZETTE ^ utijortln* CONTAINING The substance of all Information- received in cases of Felony, and of Misdemeanors of an aggravated nature, and against Receivers of Stolen Goods, reputed Thieves, and Offenders escaped, jrc~> i* KGue$) dy, 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^'!, id a Description of those who are not known, their Appearance, Dress, and other marks of identity. The Names of Accomplices and Accessories, ivitfi every particular which may lead to their Apprehension. A Desmption, as accurate as possible, of Proper% that has been stolen, and a minute Description of Stolen Horses, for the purpose of tracing and recovering them. No. 4032 TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1864. Hfotiee.— It is requested that all communications for the pur- pose of obtaining or giving information respecting supposed offenders, or stolen property, may hear tile 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 sliouid Uo 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, all betters addressed to the Editor insist 5) 6 prepaid, 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 " The Under Secretary of State for War, War Office, Pall Mall, London, S. W.," as they cannot be published'without his authority. I NFOSM. ATION S. MURDER AND MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING. On the 10th instant, the body of a newly bora male child was found in a field in the township of Kelloe, in the county of Durham. The body was much decomposed ; supposed to liave been dead six or seven weeks. It was wrapped in an old blue and white linen boy's night dress, and packed in a fancy soap- box, lo- J, inches long, inches broad, and 6 inches deep. The child had been born alive; its jaw bone was broken, and the side of the head fractured. The inquest is adjourned until the 28th instant. Information to be given to Superintendent J. Davidson, Durham Constabulary, Castle Eden.— Bow- street, December 19. ROBBERY AND LARCENY FROM THE PERSON. Stolen on the 21st instant, from a man while passing along the Commercial- road East: a black Bag, containing £ 17 in Gold, £ 38 8s. Gd„ in Silver, £ 3 iu Copper, one £ 5 Bank of England Note, C— F No. 56247, dated 16th November, 1864. Supposed by a man, 26 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, dark hair and complexion, blotched face and neck ; dressed in a black reefing jacket, cord trousers, and light cap with peak.— Metro- politan Police, &. Division, December 27. Stolen from the person of a lady in the borough of Sunder- land, on the night of the 12th instant, a gold Geneva lever Watch, No. 2053. Information to be given to Chief Constable, Joseph Stainsby, Sunderland.— Bow- street, December 27. On the night of the 23rd instant a gentleman was assaulted in the borough of Sheffield, and a silver lever hunting Watch, No. 298, maker R. Wilson, Lincoln; a gold scarf Pin, set with an amethyst stone ; and a Purse containing from £ 3 to £ 4 stolen from him. Information to be given to Chief Con- stable Jackson, Town Hall, Sheffield, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen from the person, on the 20 th instant, in the parish of Loxbeare, Devon, a silver lever hunting Watch, No. 31434; two £ 5 Notes, three Half- sovereigns, and some Gold and Silver, in all £ 23, none of which have been recovered. JAMES DOW LEARY, a nut- hawker and tramp, is in custody on suspicion, and remanded to the 29th instant: 30 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, sallow complexion, high cheekbones, rather hollow, hazel eyes, dark brown hair and whiskers, tuft of hair under and on chin, wound on forehead and back part of head, right wrist strained, scars on left arm and shin; dressed in old billycock hat without lining, cord sleeve vest and trousers, pink cravat, striped shirt, brown socks much worn, aud heavy nailed lace- up boots with eyelet holes. Information to be given to Superintendent John Wood, B Division, Devon Constabulary, Southmolton.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen between 10 and 12 p. m., the 16th instant, from the person of a gentleman, in the city of Manchester, a gold watch, centre seconds, maker ' McFerran, Manchester, No. 2457.' Any person giving such information as shall lead to apprehen- sion and conviction of the thief or thieves, and recovery of the watch, shall receive £ 5 reward, on application to Captain Palin, Chief Constable, Town Hall, King- street, Manchester. — Bow- street, December 21. Stolen on the afternoon, 13th instant, from a gentleman in Leeds, a gold chronometer Watch, case engine- turned, but considerably worn ; white dial, no maker's name, No. 4627, London ; had attached a massive gold ( twisted link) fob Chain, • with gold seal and key, the seal has a red stone in it, and the key two stones ( it being red on one side and green on the other). £ 5 reward will be paid to any person giving such information as will lead to the recovery of the watch, and the conviction of the thief or thieves. Information to be given to Superintendent Ball, West Riding Constabulary, Court House, Bradford.— Bow- street, December 21. BURGLARY AND HOUSE BREAKING. During the night of the 23rd inst., the shop of Mr. Butler, pawnbroker, Hunslet, in the borough of Leeds, was broken and entered, and the following property stolen, viz.: 4 silver lever Watches, Nos." and names, 49039; 21107, Wilkinson; 8191, Lowe, Preston; 1258, Banks, Liverpool. 12 silver verge Watches— 6175 ; 7775 and 1921, Johnson, London; 6430, Broad, London; 49314 and 11436, Richards, London ; 44177, Hewison, London ; 820, Howston, Dublin ; 157, Mayers, Gloucester; 3966 and 3178, J. Moore, London ; 7292, Bateson, London. 5 silver Geneva Watches— 48141, Jacob ; 44822 ; Battle, Geneva ; 2192, Moulin ; 4198, Jobias. 3 metal Watches— 4543, Gray, London ; 775, Beavers; 4591. 1 silver hunting Watch, No. 10378. Several links ( tf coral Beads, with gold snaps. 6 silver Tea Spoons, marked ' J. A. 10.' 3 gold wedding Rings. Information to be given at the Chief Constable's Office, Leedss Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 27. On the morning of the 22nd instant the dwelling- house of Mr. J. G. Beardsley, No. 2, Beech Mount, Harpurhey, was broken and entered, and the following property stolen : two old fashioned silver Table Spoons, marked ' B.'; a silver Mustard Spoon, marked ' J. M. B.'; a dark blue pilot cloth Coat, lined with plaid woollen check, pocket inside left breast, two pockets in skirt, two small pockets in breast outside, black covered buttons, sleeves lined with black silk. An attempt was also made during the night of the 21st to break and enter the dwelling- house of Mr. R. Crowther, No Church- lane, Harpurhey. Information to be given to the Superintendent of the County Police, Old Trafford, near Manchester.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen by means of housebreaking from Dalgairn House, Cupar, Fifeshire, on the morning of the 17th instant: 12 Table Spoons, 8 Dessert Spoons, 12 long Forks, 6 small Forks, 6 Toddy Ladles, 4 Egg Spoons, 1 plain carved Fish Slice, 2 large Gravy Spoons, 1 Soup Divider, 9 Tea Spoons, and 4- Salt Spoons, all marked ' S'; 1 oblong Mustard Pot with handle, marked ' R'; 2 small Tea Spoons, very old, supposed to be marked with two letters; 1 pair of Grape Scissors ; stolen boots. It is supposed that he will be found working at some, ironworks. Information to be given to Superintendent Blake, Constabulary Station, Middlewich, or to Sergt. Hulme, Police Station, Sandbach, Cheshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, December 23. During the the night of the 3rd or morning of the 4th instant, the branch shop of Mr. Edward Nicholson, grocer and draper, Rosedale Head, Yorkshire, was broken and entered, and the following property stolen : 12 yards red Serge ; 7 yards Regatta Shirting ; an old milk Cheese, 30 lbs. ; a Derby Cheese, 26 lbs.; four bladders of Lard, 8 lbs. each ; 4 yards of blue flannel; ten brown and white cotton Handkerchiefs; twenty gingham ditto ; twenty small cotton ditto, pink and white check ; fourteen ladies' gingham Pocket- handkerchiefs, green and white'check ; three pairs of dark moleskin Trousers, unlined; a pair of cottifen cord ^ Trousers; two white Slops, with bands ; a blue and white check Slop ; an oilskin Coat, 44 inches long ; 2 lbs. of light blue Wool for Stockings ; 1 lb. of dark blue ditto ; J lb. of black and white worsted ; four pairs of Blucher Boots, marked ' 8/ 6'; twelve short moleskin Jackets, old- fashioned, covered buttons,' part of them single and part double- breasted, rather mildewed ; twelve winsey Shirts ; six blue flannel Shirts ; five Mufflers, two brown and white, one pink and white, and two honeycomb ; a pilot Jacket, large horn buttons, lined with check Scotch woollen ; an old white Apron ; four pairs of watertight navvy Boots, nailed with large muds and heel irons; three fancy woollen Shirts ; two union Shirts; two dozen winsey Ties, from J to j of a yard long, black and pink check ; two moleskin Vests, pearl buttons, lined with swansdown ; 4 lbs. of Tea in £ and \ lb. packets, in coloured paper, ' Nicholson & Co.' printed on it; 2s. in copper Coins; three pairs of brown Socks: three pairs of flannel Drawers ; a flannel Jacket; two dozen Jumpers or short shirts, winsey check, green, brown, and red, mildewed ; and two pairs of watertight Clogs. Three men of the following description are suspected ; one 24 years of age, 5 feet 11 inches high, light complexion, round face, light whisk-.- is under chin, light brown hair ; dressed in an old brown cloth coat, white slop underneath, new moleskin trousers with fly fronts and rule pocket, and old black cloth cap worn on one side : another about 23 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, light com- plexion, dark brown hair worn short, and whiskers round chin, aud has a scar on one cheek from a cut; dressed in an old dark cloth coat, much worn, dirty white slop underneath, dark trousers, and black cap, worn on one side: the other about 2 Pepper- box Tops, and 2 Butter' Knives, all silver, some of 5 % et. 7 or 8 mches hl § h 5 dressed in dark clothing. Whoever them have the stamp of the maker ' R K' in a brick ;' W1" S'Xe su° n information as will lead to the apprehension and 1 crystal Mustard Pot with silver top ; and 2 damask Table , conviction of the offenders, shall receive a reward of £ 5. In- Napkins, marked ' A. Ritchie, No. 1829.' Information to i formation to be given to Superintendent John A. Jonas, North be given to the Chief Constable of Fifeshire, Cupar.— Bow- Riding Constabulary, Pickering, Yorkshire. — Bow- street, street, December 27. Stolen on the evening of the 25th instant from the house of Mr. Thomas Clarke, grocer, of St. Woollos- road, Newport, 3 Silver Dinner Forks, 2 Dessert Forks, and 1 large Gravy Spoon, all marked ' T. II. C.'; entrance was effected by forcing the bed- room window, and a small crowbar or jemmy was left upon the bed. Information to be given to Chief Superinten- dent J. G. Huxtable, Borough Police Office, Newport, Mon- mouthshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Between 9 p. m. on the 22nd and 7 a. m. on the 23rd inst., the dwelling house of Mr. Harrison, maltster, of Weaverham, Cheshire, was broken and entered, and the following property stolen : a witney cloth Topcoat, lined with black alpaca ; a pair of lace- up Boots, brass eyelet- holes, newly soled and fronted ; a pair of Blucher Boots, nearly new ; two twill calico Night Dresses, nearly new ; two pairs grey woollen Stockings, marked ' P. II.'; two white calico Shirts, marked ' P. H.' on lap ; a white calico Chemise ; a flannel Singlet; and a woollen scarf Shawl, brown middle and mauve and white border. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Gwynne, Tarporley, or to Police Constable ( 59) Joseph Shaw, Police Station, Weaver- ham, Cheshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Between the hours of 9 and 10 p. m. on the 21st instant, the dwelling- house of Mr. Gingle, of Tranmere, was broken and entered, and the following articles were stolen : 4 silver Tea Spoons, engraved ' W. E. H. G.' in cypher ; 4 silver Tea Spoons, engraved ' G.' in old English ; 8 silver Spoons, four Dessert, two Table, two Sugar ( one ornamented fiddle pattern, the other old- fashioned plain pattern, ornamentally engraved) ; 2 electro- plate Napkin Rings, pierced ; 3 electro- plate Dessert Forks, engraved ' G.' underneath a bush ; 2 electro- plated Knife Rests; 4 electro- plate Table Spoons, fiddle pattern; 6 Dessert Spoons, two of which are engraved with figure of a leg; 7 electro- plated Table Forks, three engraved ditto ; 1 electro- plated Dessert Fork, engraved ditto; 1 electro- plated Gravy Spoon, marked ' G.' in old English; 1 electro plated Pickle Fork, marked ' G.' in . cypher; 5 electro- plated Egg Spoons ; 10 Dessert Knives, ivory handles, engraved ' G.'; 7 Table Knives, ivory handles ; 4 Dessert Knives, ivory handles; 1 Carving Knife and Fork, engraved ' G.'; and 1 Steel. £ 1 reward will be paid on conviction of the offender or offenders, information to be given to Superintendent Thomas Hammond, County Police, Abbey- st., Birkenhead.— Bow- street, Dec. 23. Description of GEO. WHITEHURST, alias JOSEPH CAWLEY, an underhand puddler, who absconded from Sand- bach, Cheshire, on the 21st instant, charged with breaking out of a dwelling- house and stealing a pair of new watertight Boots, and a red plaid woollen Shirt, the property of John Brooks : he is about 19 or 20 years of age, 5 feet 1 inch high, dark hair and complexion, and slightly pockpitted; dressed in a light brown jacket, black cloth vest and cap, cord trousers, and the December 23. During the night of the 19th instant a dwelling- house in Bolton was broken and entered, and 3 white| calico Sheets; 1 white linen Sheet; 2 white linen table Cloths, marked ' Aspdin, 1863'; 1 brown and white woolen plaid Vest; 3 white flannel Petticoats ; 3 pairs of woollen stockings ; and a neck of mutton were stolen therefrom. Information to be given to Chief Constable James Harris, Bolton, Lancashire Bow- street, December 21. Stolen from a dwelling- house at Great Grimsby, by house- breaking, between 6 p. m. on the 18th and 8 a. m. on the 19th instant, 5 silver tea Spoons, and 2 silver salt Spoons marked T.' Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Campbell, Town Hall, Grimsby.— Bow- street, December 21. On the night of the I6th, or morning of the 17th instant, the shop of Mr. Lupton. Jeweller, Newcastle- upon- Tyne, was broken and entered, and the undermentioned articles stolen therefrom :— 7 Gold Watches— Nos. 20702, H. B! Lupton, 15, Grey- street, Newcastle, lever; 26904, Do., do., do.; 13505, lever ; 80571, Banme, Geneva ; 20068, Jules Girod, Geneva ; Gold verge, winds in dial. 15 Silver Lever Watches—- Nos. 20764, silver dial; 12052, H. B. Lupton, 15, Grey- street; 2353, do. do.; 32252, Lister and Son, Newcastle; 45932; 1604; 4463, hunting case; 2256 ; 7019; 7792, W. Robinson, Liverpool; 2470, H. B. Lupton, Newcastle; 9555; 7642 ; 2480 ; 2931, John Ridler, Esq , London. 21 Silver Geneva Watches— 1733- 2257, S. Barlow, Geneva; 9467, Mouline, do.; 16837, Seconit, do., silver dial; 20269, Muret, do.; 7146, Jacot, do.; 79590, Baume, do.; 2863, duplex, double centre seconds; 36575, Mouline, Geneva; 6138, Pablek a Geneve ; 54035- 11342, Mouline, Geneva ; 36258, Muret, do. ; 5646, Gonvenor, A. S. ; 74981, L. F. Bautte, Geneva; 2300 ; 4G534 ; 7403, Badallet, Geneva; 4873, do. do.; 6657, do. do. \ hunting dial; 5595, do. do. enamelled dial; 91450, Baume, Geneva, silver dial; 2382, rifle duplex, quarter seconds. 13 Verge Watches, Silver.— 2185; 7517, T. de Laselle, London ; 2950, Jno. Wilkins, London ; 1122, Jno. Riley, Dublin; 37590, Jno. Smith, North Shields : 3836 ; 39928; 24102 ; 776, Jno. M. Gibson, Alnwick; 606, Adam Routledge, Carlisle ; , John Wilkin- son, Pontypool; 47718, N. Ovingham, London: 2945, Jas. Burton, Norfolk. Coloured Gold Ear Rings.— 3 pairs of garnet half ball • 2 do. turquoise; 3 do. gold fringe; I do. garnet cluster and fringe; 2 do. carbuncle stones ; 1 do. emerald; 2 do. coral; 1 do. topaz ; 1 do. rubies' 1 do. gold leaves and pendant; 1 do. gold graduated ring ; and about 80 pairs coloured and bright rings. 70 coloured and bright Albert and Guard Chains ; patterns, cable, Prince of Wales, secret link, snake, cylinder, belsher, Brazilian, & c. ISO bright and coloured Gold Pins, different sizes and patterns, double and single; diamond emeralds; dogs' heads by Essex ; Shakespere, by Bell ; several fine solid gold animal do.; ruby, mourning, turquoise, opal, pearl, horseshoe, bright scroll, & c. 100 Sets of Gold Studs and Sleeve Links ; 1 set of coloured Studs, turquoise ; 1 do. garnet; 1 do. carbuncle and diamond centre ; 2 do. plain round front; 1 do. cup pattern ; several engraved and chased do.; 2 do. shield do.; 1 masonic ; 1 do. emerald, In Memory ot; 1 do. masonic, & c. Sleeve Links, coloured gold, engraved ; 1 pair plain round tops'; 4 pair round chased fronts ; several oval, engraved. About 60 Gold Bracelets and Necklets ; 1 coloured gold Bracelet, garnets and pearl centre ; 1 coloured gold Bracelet, buciile pattern, with rubies ; 1 do. carbuncle and diamond centre; 2 do. chain pattern, carbuncle padlocks ; 1 do. chain pattern, aquamarine padlocks ; 1 do. Brooch Bracelet, and Ear Rings to match ; coral bunch of grapes, and several others; about 40 gold Brooches; 1 gold Brooch and Ear Rings, car- buncles and pearl centre; 1 gold Brooch and Ear Rings, aquamarine stones; 1 gold Brooch, blue enamelled border; 1 do. aquamarine stones, scroll, and drop; 1 plain ball centre; 4 fine Cameo Brooches. Gold Brooches.— 1 bright cameo, Balmoral Castle, deer and sheep ; 1 fine head Brooch ; several reversible do.; 1 do. In Memory of; 1 do. coral ; bunch of grapes; 3 do. engraved scroll ; 1 do. aquamarine, with drops ; 1 do. amethyst, scroll and drops ; 1 do. large scroll Brooch, and drops set with emeralds; 1 do. Bet with garnets, one round carbuncle; 1 scroll emerald; 2 do. turquoise, and a great many others ; and 50 Brooches of various descriptions. Gold Rings, about 200 ; 1 diamond snake pattern, two ruby eyes ; 1 do. single stone do. ; 1 cluster; 9 dia- monds ; 1 enamel shank ; 7 diamonds; 1 emerald ; 2 diamonds ; 1 ruby half- hoop ; 1 blue enamelled ; ( 5 small diamonds ; several garnet opal signet ; half- hoop 8ignet; hair and other ; 18 solid 18- carat keeper rings, & c.; 2 heavy Fob Chains, with large topaz stone teals ; 100 gold Watch Seals, Keys, and Watch Rings and Swivels, & c.; 2 silver Card Cases and Snuff and Scent Boxes, & c. & c. About 40 silver Guard and Albert Chains ; Silver Spoons, Sugar Scoops, & c. A Reward of £ 50 will be paid to anyone who shall give such information as may lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders and recovery of the property. Information to lie given to Head Constable John Sabbage, Newcastle- upon- Tyne.— Bow- street, December 21. HORSE AND CATTLE STEALING. Stolen from a field near the Pebble Mill, Pershore- road, Birmingham, on the night of the 16th instant, a grey Pony, about 14 hands high, has a long mane and tail. If stolen £ 3 reward wil be given to any person who will give such informa- tion as shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders, on application to Mr. Berry, 281, Hagley- road, or to the Detective Office, Birmingham.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen from a field at Iffley, near Oxford, during the night of the 22nd instant, the property of Mr. James Smith Parker, a dark brown Mare, 6 years old, 14 hands high, without shoes, has been fired on the fore legs, and heavy with foal. A reward of £ 10 will be paid on recovery of the mare aad conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Super- intendent Fernaty, or Inspector C. Yates, Oxford.— Bow- street, December 27. Supposed to have been stolen from an enclosure, near Nailbrigge, in the Forest of Dean, a dark brown Colt, rising 2 yeaTS old, ' W. D. C.' burnt in fore hoofs, tail cur. about three inches above the hocks, 12 hands high, and has the appearance of a horse 5 or 6 years old, the property of W. D. Christie. £ 1 reward will be paid on conviction of the offender er offenders. Information to be given to Superintendent While, Police Station, Coleford, or to P. C. H. Creswell, Police Station, Lydbrook, Gloucestershire.- Bow- street, December 27. Stolen on the evening of the 13th December, from a field at Hulcott, Bucks, the property of Mr. J. Holdam, an iron- grey Mare, head much lighter than body, 4 years old, 14 hands high, in foal., short bang tail, in good condition. Supposed by two men and a hoy : OMO man, 26 years of age, about 6 feet o inches high, dresied in brown cloth coat, blacik billycock hat, cord trousers, and lace- up boots ; the other, about 21 years of age, round full face, large mouth, front tooth out ; dressed in cord, jacket and trousers, black billycock hat, and strong lace- up hoots; the boy, 15 years of age, 5 feet high, slender built, dressed iti dirty short slop open in front and braided. They travel with a spring and tilted carts ; one drawn by a dark bay horse, and the other by a chesnut horse which goes lame. The tilted cart has the word ' Liverpool' painted thereon under the name, which is supposed to be ' Harris ' or ' Thomas Brown.' A reward of £ 15 15s. will be given on conviction of the offender or offenders . and recovery oi' the horse. Informa- tion to be given to Superintendent Job Denson, Aylesbury, Bucks.— Bow- sttxet, December 27. The Exmoor Pony, advertised in the Police Gazette of the 5th instant, has been recovered and restored to its owner.— — Bow- street, December 27. Supposed to lmve been stolen from Trecangate, Cornwall, on the 29th September last, a dark brown Heifer, about 2 years old, cut in near ear, square halfpenny in other. If strayed, i£ l inward will be given ; if stolen, whoever will give such information as shall lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders and recovery of the heifer shall receive £ 5 reward. Information to be given to Mr. John Wills, Gill House, St. Neot, or to Superintendent Alfred Stephens, County Con- stabulary, St. Germans, Cornwall. — Bote- street, December 27. Found at Oldford, near Chester, on the 19th instant, sup- posed to have been stolen, a dark brown Horse, about 14 hands high, white saddle mark on back, newly shod, and aged. Information to be given to Superintendent of Constabulary, Tattenhall, or Police Constable Reynolds, Police Station, Forndon, near Chester.— Bow- street, December 27. Supposed to have been stolen between the 14th and 16th instant, from an inclosure near Nailbridge, East Dean, a dark brown horse Colt, rising £ years old, tail cut short to the hock, and burn marked on each hoof with the letters ' W. D. C.'; the property of Mr. Christie, Herbert's Lodge. If stolen £ 1 reward will be paid on conviction of the offender or offenders, and all reasonable expenses paid on recovery of the animal. Information to be given to Superintendent White, Police Station, Coleford Gloucestershire.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen from a meadow at Thannington, near Canterbury, between 10 and 12 p. m., on the 19th instant, 5 Kent Ewe Sheep, in lamb, marked ' R. L,( on near shoulders, belonging to Robert Lake, Esq., of Merlton Chapel. By two men dressed in dark clothes, with a dark Horse and light cart. Information to l> c given to Superintendent W. Walker, Kent, County Constabulary, Canterbary.— Bow- street, December 21. Supposed to bo stolen from a field at Fazeley, near Tamworth, Staffordshire, on the night of the 10th instant, the property of Mr. Edward Farmer, one Stirk, two years old, and one Calf, eleven months old, both dark red, with a little white on the flanks. The calf has a white star on forehead. Both in good condition. If stolen, £ 5 reward will be paid by Mr. Edward Farmer, on conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Sergeant Longden, Tamworth, or any Police Station in the county of Stafford.— Bow- street, December 21. LARCENY AID EMBEZZLEMENT. Description of RICHARD BATEMAN, who has absconded i charged with embezzlement and for whose apprehension a warrant is issued : he is 40 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, very fresh complexion, small whiskers ; dressed in a suit of dark brown tweed and black, high crowned hat. He is of respectable appearance, and a town traveller ; his wife and family lately resided at No. 10, Under- wood place, Shepherdess- walk. Information to be given to Inspector T. C. Everitt, City of London Police, Smithfield Market.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen on the evening on the 24th instant, from the Norwegian ship ' Jaroke,' iying in the dock at Newport, Monmouthshire, the property of the master, E. P. Brewer, an old- fashioned silver Watch, a black cloth Coat, a new pair of black Trousers, and a bine cloth Cap. By a Norwegian seaman, 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high ; dressed in a blue flannel shirt and white canvas trousers. He is supposed to have gone to Cardiff or Swansea. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent J. G. Huxtable, Borough Police Office, Newport, Monmouthshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Absconded from Wrexham, about a month since, stealing a cloth Coat, DAN. SULLIVAN, a groom, an out- pensioner from the 10th Foot, 37 years of age, 5 ft 7£ inches high, light brown hair, blue eyes, oval face, fresh complexion, stout figure ; dressed in black cloth frock coat, white slop, aud moleskin trousers. Information to lie given to Superintendent John Bradshaw, Wrexham, North Wales.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen from the shop of T. Gough, shoemaker, Welling- ton, Salop, on the 22nd instant, a pair of new Boots, boys size, with the name ' Pool' written inside one or both of them ; a pair of women's Boots, elastic sides and newly soled ; and two pairs of women's cloth Boots, buttons up in front, and newly soled. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Richardson, Wellington, Salop.— Bow- street, December 27. Absconded on the 3rd ultimo, having embezzled £ 5 1?., belonging to the London and North- Western Railway Company, GEORGE HALE, late of Watford, porter, 30 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, thin features, light complexion, light hair, whiskers, aud moustache, skin disease on back of hands; dressed in brown mixture coat, vest, aud trousers, and black cap with peak : of military appearance. Information to be given to Superintendent Hilsden, County Police Station, Watford, Herts, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, December 27. Description of THOMAS SHEPHARD, labourer, late of Watford, for whose apprehension a warrant has been issued, charged with stealing, on the 3rd instant, 5 lbs. of salt Beef, the property of H. Squires, butcher, Watford. He is about 30 years of age, nearly 6 feet 9 inches high, dark hair and whiskers, dark full eyes, Roman nose, stoutly built, and rather round shouldered ; dressed in corduroy trousers, button at bottom, long flannel jacket, and black billycock hat. Supposed to be working at Greenwich. Information \ o be given to Superintendent Hilsden, Watford- Herts,— Boiv- stiret, De- cember 27. Absconded on the 17th instant, from Upper- square. Isle- worth, embezzling £ 7- a man, 32 years of age, 5 feet 2 inches high, dark hair and complexion, irregular teeth ; dressed in moleskin coat, cord trousers, leather lace- up boots, and light cap with peak.— Metropolitan Police, T Division, December 27. Stolen on the 21st instant from the dwelling- house of Sarah Martin, Kingston, near Uttoxeter, two Half- sovereigns; about 18s. in Silver ; a silver lever hunting Watch, maker Benjamin Bell, Uttoxeter, No, 4207, with steel curb Chain, stee'l Seal, brass Key, and small silver American Coin attached. A man of the following description is suspected : 30 to 40 years of age, short, stout, broad shouldered, broad features, brown hair, sandy whiskers; dressed in a black low- crowned hat with flat brim, short round black jacket, cord trousers, and old lace- up boots. Information to be given to Inspector Crisp, Police Office, Uttoxetta-, or at any Police . Station in Stafford- shire.— Bow- street, December 27. Description of WILLIAM WRIGHT, labourer, who absconded from Gedrtey Marsh, in the county of Lincoln, on the 9th instant, charged with stealing a silver Watch, which has since been found pledged at Wisbech. He is also charged with stealing Five shillings from the dwelling house of Abraham Coates. He is about 42 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, brown hair and sandy whiskers, thin features ; dressed In a velveteen \ coat, large inside pockets, beverteen trousets, patched at the knee, hlack chummy hat, and pair of highlows ; usually wears a silk neckerchief; and a native of Leverington, in the Isle of Ely. Supposed to be working as a horse driver en the Forest Hill Railway, London. Information to be given to be given to Superintendent J. Leaper, County Constabulary, Spalding, Lincolnshire, or to Sergeant R. Butcher, Long Sutton, near Wisbech, who holds a warrant for his appprehension.— Bow- street, December 21. Stolen on the 8th instant from Mr. Edward Blytheman, at ' Darlington, an organ Accordion. By a foreigner, supposed to be a Dane, 24 or 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, ' dark complexion, dark brown hair ( long and bushy), tuft of ' hair under chin ; dressed in a blue pilot jacket, dark cloth vest and trousers, and elastic side boots patched at side, and i had an Inverness eape with him. He is a travelling Musician, : and occasionally repairs musical instruments, and when last , seen had a black curly retriever dog with him. Information to ; be given to Superintendent Rogers, Durham County Con- stabulary, Darlington, who holds a warrant for his apprehen- , sion.— Bow- street, December 21. Absconded from Rounds, on the 5th instant, charged with stealing a sack of Wheat,, from Stanwick- lodge, WILLIAM SHRIVES, a native of Stanwick, labourer, about 30 year., of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, dark brown hair, small whiskers, and fresh colour ; dressed in a velveteen jacket and vest, cotton cord trousers, black cloth cap, and sometimes wears a low- crowned hat, and is very talkative. He may be seeking employment on some line of railway. Information to be given to Superintendent C. Chambers, or to Inspector John Jeffs, County Police Station, Wellingborough, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, December 21. Absconded from Stony Stratford, on the 11th instant, WILLIAM BARR, Watch Maker, 23 years of age, about 5 feet 2 or 3 inches high, dark hair and complexion, grey eyes, slightly built, and vf » lks quickly ; dressed in a light drab suit of clothes, lightjatfc- up boots, white billycock hat, and black neckjie. ' He is if native of Coventry, and carries a black patent leather bag on his back, and goes about cleaning clocks and Watches. He is . charged with stealing a patent level silver Watch, engine tumeti cases, worn smooth, marked ' G. R.' in centre of case, written inside case ' J. H. F. Paley, Peterborough, maker Garrett, Peterborough ; the property of George Rose, Wolverton. Information to be given to Inspector Royle, Stony Stratford, Bucks, who holds a warrant for his appre- hension.— Boio- strect, December 21. Stolen betwten the hours of 12 p. m. on the 19th instant and 5 a. m. on the 20th, from a lodging- house in the city of Hereford, by a man of the following description, who lodged in the house : a Hawker, about 27 years of age, about 5 feet inches high, sandy hair, no whiskers ; dressed in a brown coat, the stolen vest, and a pair of the trousers and boots, a soft bowler hat.— 1 great Coat, long skirts, pockets behind ( salmon colour) ; ]| dark blue dress Coat; 1 pair of new grey Trousers ; 1 pair of dark brown Trousers ; 1 dark brown Vest; 1 pair of Wellington Boots ; 1 pair of lace- up Shoes ; 1 pair of American cloth Leggings name inside ' Hyam Phillips '; a large old- foshioned silver Watch , 1 Frail containing glazier's tools ; 1 chipping Knife ; 1 Rule ; 1 Hammer; 1 glazier's Knife; 1 stopping Knife ; 1 pair of Trousers, brown stripe down the side.— Information to be given to Chief Superin- tendent John Davies, Hereford.— Bow- street, December 21. FELONIES ( Not otherwise described ). Description of GEORGE NEALE, a native of Old Leake, near Boston, Lincolnshire, farm servant, who absconded on the 13th instant, charged with an assault with intent to commit a rape, at Sibsey, on the 10th instant: about 20 years of age, 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, fresh complexion, dark hair, dark eyes, small round features ; dressed in black billycock hat, dark pilot overcoat, red mixture comforter, light broad cord trousers, and Wellington boots. He was lately living in the service of a farmer in the East Riding of Yorkshire, and will probably make for that part. Information to be given to Sergeant Berry, Stickney, or to Superintendent Wrighi, Police Station, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, December 23. FRAUDS AND AGGRAVATED MISDEMEANOURS. Obtained on the 19th instant, by false pretences, from No. 73, St. James'- street, St. James, a twelve- bore double- barrelled breech- loading Gun ( unfinished), front action locks, in a portable leather case, ' Captain Hoare, R. N.', burnt in the case. By a man, 30 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, fresh complexion, long light hair ; dressed in black frock coat, vest, and trousers, and cap with peak.— Metropolitan Police, C Divi- sion, December 23. Description of a man who is charged with obtaining £ 16 by false pretences from Miss Cross, of Aylesbury, on the 10th instant : about 20 years of age, 5 feet < i or 7 inches high, light hair ( parted down the centre), fair complexion, slightly built, and open countenance ; dressed in a dark mixture jacket, light vest and trousers, patent leather leggings, ond black hat. He represented that lie was a Surveyor and Engineer on the Clay- don and Aylesbury Railway. Information to be given to Superintendent Job Denson, Aylesbury, Bucks.— Bow- street, December 21. Description of JOHN JONES, who escaped ( handcuffed) from P. C. 7, Wm. Denson, on the evening of the 18fh inst., between Flint and Moid, charged by warrant with obtaining cloth for a suit of clothes, and other articles, by false pretences. He is 22 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, round full face, light, hair, no whiskers ; dressed in round light fustian jacket, dark cloth vest and trousers, blue- and- white scarf, and hlue ciotli cap with peak. He is a native of Northop, Flintshire, a wheelwright, and lias a relation a foreman in a shipbuilder's yard, Birkenhead, where he may apply for work. Information to be given to Superintendent Thomas, Mold, Flintshire.— Bow- street, December 21. A Warrant has been issued for the apprehension of WILLIAM ANGEL, who absconded on the 9th instant, from Sasby, near Bridgnorth, Salop, charged with attempting to commit an unnatural offence. Angel is about 40 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, stout, brown hair, fair complexion ; dressed in old dirty flannel sinock over cotton cord or moleskin trousers, and billycock hat. He is well known in the neigh- bourhood of Barn- street and Salop- street, Wolverhampton, and may be found working on canals in that neighbourhood. Information to be given to Superintendent McWilliam, County Police Office, Bridgnorth, Salop.— Bow- street, December 21. On the 15th nit., JOHN CALCOT, of Bloomsbury- plaoe, Birmingham, Draper and Hosier, was adjudicated a bankrupt; and has fraudulently removed a large quantity of Manchester and Woollen Goods from his last known residence, on the 14tli ult. he lemored several trusses of goods, by means of a light- made one- horse 4- wheel waggon, with square top, two folding doors in the front painted green, oil cover over top and oil sheets behind, the body newly painted green, wheels red, has the name of ' Charles Bamfort, late McDonald, 222, Brad ford- street, Birmingham, Remover of Furniture,' on a signboard upon the right side of the waggon, was drawn by a brown mare, light made, and about 15£ hands high ; Calcott, accompanied by his son, a youth, was in care of the waggon, which they drove bv the following route after leaving Birming- ham : Spring- hill, ' Three Mile Oak, Toll End, Gospel Oak, Fire Holes, Moxley- gate, Gibbett- heath, Bilston Street- gate, Monmore- green, and thence into Wolverhampton, as the horse and waggon were put up at an Hotel in the last- named town at 5 o'clock the same afternoon, and it is strongly suspected that the said goods are concealed in the town or neighbourhood of Wolverhampton. Description : height 5 feet 7 oi 8 inches, from 40 to 45 years of age, fresh colour, rather sandy whiskers, ! about 11 stone 6 lbs., has a Ted mark on one cheek, and a quick and swaggering way. Information to be given to Chief Super- intendent George Glossop, who holds a warrant fcr the appre- hension of Calcott; to Messrs. Best and Horton, Solicitors, S) 8, Newhall- street; Messrs. James and Griffin, Solicitors, 36, Bennett's- hill • or to George Kinnear, Esq., Official Assig- nee, Waterloo- street, Birmingham.— Bow- street, December 21. MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATIONS. A man of the following description has been committed tor trial at the next quarter sessions at Stafford, for obtaining money and provisions bv false pretences at Leek. He gives the name of JOHM LEWIS ( supposed to be fictitious), but declines to give his address, supposed to belong to Bedfordshire, 5 feet 8J inches high, 32 years of age. walks erect; s> » MHvake, round face, sallow complexion, small quick grey eyes,_ rfv^ her sunken, dark long hair, and large rough brown whiskeys; dressed in a brown cloth jacket, light mixture waistcoat, cotton cord breeches, which appear to have been washed, and patched on the knees, brown leather leggiDgs, strong lace- up boots, blue and brown woollen muffler, and low- crowned black tommy hat. He represented himself to be a horse dealer, obtained lodgings and provisions for himself, and stabling for horses which he stated would arrive, and also money, stating that he would repay it when he had cashed bills which he had in his possession. He then absconded. He is supposed to have com- mitted similar offences'elsewhere, aud to have been previously convicted. Information to be given to the Superintendent of Police, Leek, Staffordshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Description of a man who stated he came from Swaine Green, Laister Dyke, near Bradford, and who, on the lst inst., pledged a quantity of mason's Tools, which were stolen from an outhouse, Eccleshill, between the 26th and 28th ultimo: he is about 45 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, dark complexion, no whiskers, and stoutly built ; dressed in white linen jacket, harden aprou, old scar;$| and cap. Information to be given to Superintendent Ball, West Riding Constabulary, Bradford, Yorkshire. Bow- street, December 27. Description of licence holder No. 1300, JOHN KIMPTON, who has failed to report himself at the Ware Police Stations : 36 years of age, 5 feet 6£ inches high, pale complexion, brown hair, hollow hazel eyes, with a cast in the right one ; he was convicted at Hertford on the 14th October, 1861, and sentenced to four years' penal servitude, and liberated from Woking Prison on the 19th instant. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Hertford, or to Inspector Thomas Bygrave, Ware, Herts.— Bow- street, December 27. A man of the following description was found drowned at Abram, Lancashire, on the 23rd instant: 34 or 35 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, fresh complexion, black hair and whiskers meeting under chin, stoutly made ; dressed in a dark mixture tweed jacket, vest, and trousers, black billycock hat, elastic- side boots, blue worsted stockings, and brown and wnite necktie. In his pockets were found four American Coins, 2| d., and a small Pocket- book. Information to be given to Superintendent Ellison, County Constabulary, Pem- berton, Wigan, Lancashire.— Bow- street, December 27. Description of SARAH HARVEY, a tramp, committed to Aylesbury Gaol for one month, on the 21st instant, for vagrancy : 60 years of age ( looks younger), 4 feet 10 inches high, black hair, grey eyes, dark complexion, full face, high cheekbones, very stout, wart on right side of nose ; dressed in black dress, black straw bonnet with dark strings edged with magenta, grey shawl, and old b ots. She has been begging by representing that her daughter has an abscess in her knee, and that she wishes to send'her to Margate Infirmary. It is sup- posed that she has committed offences elsewhere, and has been previously convicted. Information to be given to Inspector Hedlev, Winslow Police Station, Bucks.— Bow- street, Dec. 23 sessions to be held at Northallerton, Yorkshire, on the 3rd proximo, for felony: JOHN BELL, alias NILES, alias KNOWLS, 27 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches, high, hazel eyes, dark brown hair, pale complexion, round face, small dark whiskers, a native of Chapeltown, near Sheffield, and is a moulder, has a soldier, an anchor, thistle, and fig tree marked in blue ink on left arm, a flag aud ' E. A.' on right arm, has been a soldier; dressed in blue pilot jacket, dark cloth waistcoat and trousers, and dark cap. JOSEPH HAY, 25 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, grey eyes, brown hair, light complexion, long face, small brown whiskers, a turner and fitter, native of Mirfield ; dressed in grey cap, dark coat, and brown cloth trousers. JOHN GILBERT, 31 years of age, 5 feet 34 inches high, grey eyes, dark brown hair, fair complexion, small brown whiskers, proportionate make, native of Boston, Lincolnshire ; dressed in grey cap, rough drab coat, fustian trousers, brown velvet waistcoat, black and. red plaid scarf, and strong lace- up boots It is suspected that they have committed offences else- where, and that they have been previously convicted. Infor- mation to be given to Inspector Ralph Prest, North Riding Constabulary, Guisbrough, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, Dec. 23. Description of CATHERINE SHARDLOW, a hawker of needlework, < fcc., apprehended at Oswestry on the: 21st inst., and remanded until the 27th instant, charged with stealing a pair of new light Blucher Boots, with brass eyelet holes, gutta percha bottoms, with figure ' 9' stamped on bottom of fore parts, and ' 21' (' 24' underneath it) written in ink inside the tongue of one foot ; and a new pair of woman's Balmoral Boots, with patent leather fronts, brass eyelet holes, gutta percha bottoms, bound round tops inside with red morocco, and red striped cloth lining, each pair bearing a stamp mark on bottom, ' Dicks, Glasgow and Manchester' ( which were found in her possession). She is about 40 years of age, 6 feet, 4 inches high, dark brown hair, small features, round visage, pockpitted;, and walks very erect ; dressed in a black cloth jacket, green and white plaid dress, strong lace- up boots with brass eyelet holes, black straw hat, with black feather, and trimmed with black ribbon, and wears three rows of large brown beads round her neck. She states that her husband is confined in Salop Gaol for three months, and that her son by a former husband is undergoing five years' detention in a reformatory institution in Glasgow ; she also states that she has been travelling the north of England for the last twelve monts. Information to be given to Superintendent Gough, Oswestry ; or to Sergeant Robert Thomas, Police Station, Ellesmere, Salop.-— Bow- street, December 23. Description of MARY ANN ROBERTS, a tramp who has been committed for trial on the 4th of January, for larceny: she is 66 years, of age, tall and very broad set, grey hair and eyes, fair complexion, and high cheek bones ; dressed in light clothes, straw bonnet with black cap and red flowers, has two rings on left hand ; had a pawn ticket upon '' her for a vest, pawned at Hull, for Is. 6d. She is supposed to have been previously convicted. Information to be given to Superinten- dent Smith, Whittlesey; Catnbs.— Bow- street, December 23. Apprehended in the borough of Guildford, Surrey, on the 2Tst, ana remanded till the 26' th. instant, charged with stealing a small gold Albert Chain with key at each end, a youth, who gave the name of ROBERT HARRISON, 18 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, round face, fresh complexion, dark hair and eyes, peculiar droop of the eyelids ; dressed in black cloth coat and trousers nearly new, very long light worsted cord vast, grey worsted under shirt, blue striped cotton shirt, Wellington boots, dark cap with light check band, and light neckerchief. Information to be given to Superintendent J. II. Law, Borough Police, Guildford, Surrey.— Bow- street, Dec. 23. Description of JAMES POWELL, who is charged with night poaching and threatening to shoot a game keeper at Goodrich, on the llth instant: he is about 22 or 23 years of age, about 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, auburn hair, no whiskers, pockpitted, and is knock- kneed ; dressed when he absconded in a black dress coat, grey trousers, and dark cap. He has served in th - Monmouthshire Militia. Information to be given to Superintendent E. C. Moore, Police Station, Ross, Hereford- shire, who holds a warrant for his apprehensiou.— Bow- street, December 23. Description of three men committed from Guisborough on the 15th instant, for twenty- one days each to Northallerton' House of Correction under the Vagrant Act : WILLIAM NORTHWOOD, 19 years of age, ,5 feet 3 inches high, grey eyes, dark brown hair, fresh complexion, railway labourer, and a native of Bedfordshire. JOHN HAMAN, 22. years of age, 5 feet 74 inches high, blue eyes, brown hair, fresh complexion, a railway labourer. DAVID WILSON, 19 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, blue eyes, brown hair, fresh complexion, a railway labourer, native of Lincolnshire. All dressed in navvy's clothes, and they stated that they had been working on new railway works in Northumberland. It is suspected they have committed offences elsewhere. Information to be given to Inspector R. Prest, North Riding Constabulary, Guisborough, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 23. Description of a woman committed for trial at the quarter sessions at Lewes, on the 3rd January next, on a charge of stealing from the person at Hailsham Cattle Show Market, on the 14th instant. — JANE LEVI, alias SUSAN J. KING ; states that she is a native of Penzance, Cornwall, but has been living the last three months in Brighton, at which place she has left two children ; 40 years of age, 5 feet 1 inch high, fresh complexion, full face, dark hair, and stout figure ; dress, old drab linsey dress, two stripes of black velvet round the bottom, Paisley shawl, green ground, large drab micture border, and blue silk bonnet. She says she is a hawker of caps. The following pawnbroker's duplicates were found upon her :— one for a remnant of cloth pledged at Thomas Saunders, Kingston- on- Thames, llth March, 1864, for 8s., in the name of John Hawkins ; a coat pledged at Joseph W. Clark's, 55, Long- acre, 9th September, 1864, for 2s., in the name of M. Green watch, pledged at George Hawkins', High- street, Guildford, 7th December, 1864, for 6s., in the name of Pat. Brennan. She was accompanied by a man from 40 to 60 years of age, about 6 feet 4 or 5 inches high; dressed in dark coat and trousers, and black billycock hat, and a woman about 40 years of a^ e, 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high ; dress, old drab mixture shawl, old straw bonnet, and all of dirty appearance. It is supposed that she has committed offences elsewhere, and that she has been pre- viously convicted. Information to be given to Superintendent Wagliorn, Hailsham, East Sussex.— l ow- street,, December 23. Description of two tramps; committed to Salop Gaol for seven days for vagrancy, JOHN BECKET, labourer, 40 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, sallow complexion, dark brown hair, grey eyes, round visage, a large blister mark on chest;, a native of Milton, Hampshire, which place he left about. 6 months ago. A check shirt was found in his possession which is supposed to have been stolen. GEORGE SMITH, labourer, 40 years of age, 6 ft. Sin. high, ruddy complexion, grey eyes, oval visage, It is supposed that they have committed offences elsewhere. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent McWilliams, County Police Station, Bridgnorth, or to Serjeant Howells Cleobury Mortimer, Salop.— Bow- street, December 23. PROPERTY STOLEN. Stolen on the 21st. instant, from 64, Myddelton- square, Clerkenwell : one silver plated Percolator; one silver Cruet Stand and fittings; six ditto Dessert Spoons, twelve ditto Tea ditto, marked ' S. L. S.'— Metropolitan Police, G Division, December 27. Stolen on the 21st instant, from 12, Manor- road, Syden- ham, one silver Tea Pot, eight ditto small Forks, 11 ditto Spoons, 14 [ dated Forks.— Metropolitan Police, R Division. Deeember 27. Stolen from the dwelling- house of J. Marsden, Little Lever, on the 23rd instant, a black and white plaid woollen Scarf Shawl, small pattern. Information^ to be given to Super- intendent John Scott., Town Hall, Little Bolton, Lancashire.— Bow- street, December 27. Supposed to have been stolen about the 14th instant, a large mastiff Dog, fawn colour with black muzzle, the property of the Rev. John Sneyd, of Ashcombe- park. Infor- mation to be given to the Superintendent of Police, Leek, Staffordshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen from a shed in a brick- yard, at Welshpool, within the last 6 weeks, about 16 yards of 1- inch Lead Piping ( new). ' f^ t1* reward he paid on conviction of the offender or offenders. ^ Information to be given to Police Sergeant T, Strefford, Welshpool.— Bow- street, December 27. Description of THOMAS RAIMENT, alias SUCCAMORE committed for trial at next quarter sessions for the county of Cambridge, for felony. He is 28 years of age, 5 feet 74 inches high, dark high and whiskers, has a scar in left eye ; dressed as a labourer in clothes of a shabby description. Was discharged with disgrace about a year ago from the Royal Artillery, since which it it is supposed that, he has- been con- victed of felony. Information to be given to the Deputy- Chief Constable Slretton, 12, Newmarket - road, Cambridge.— Boiv- street, December 23. Description of a man, who is re mat ided till the 26th instant, for stealing sheep Skins, at Fulford, Berks. He gives the name of THOMAS SAUNDERS, 45 years of age, 6 feet 10 inches high, long thin visage, dark biown hair, small brown whiskers, and iia3 a scar on the left cheek hone; has been in the army ; dressed in an old rusly brown cloth coat, rough blue cloth trousers, and round dark cloth hat. iie goes about mending umbrellas and collects rag- r, bones, & c. He states that he has been lately staying about the neighbourhoods of Portsmouth, Romsey, and other places in Hants, he has been accompanied by a short woman ; dressed in dirty dark clothes, and had a small black dog with him. It supposed that he has committed offences elsewhere. Information to be given to Superintendent P. Hedger, Berks, Constabulary, Abingdon,— Bow- street, December 23. Description of three men committed on the I7th instant to Flint Gaol under the Vagrant Act as reputed thieves: THOMAS MOSS, Chester, Hawker, about 32 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, very dark brown hair, complexion inclined to be swarthy, slender figure, marks of king's evil on neck ; dressed in billycock hat, blue sac jacket, brown mixture vest, drab woollen cord trousers, blue worsted stockings, and lace- up boots. WM. HARRIS, Shrewsbury, tailor, 24 years of age, 6 feet 3 inches high, dark brown hair, grey eyes, pale com- plexion, deep dimple in chin, proportionate figure; dressed in black deer stalker hat, dark sac jacket, black cloth vest,, brown mixture trousers, Aberdeen striped shirt, and red and black scarf, blue worsted stockings, and lace- up boots. JOHN HARDMAN, Charles- street, Wrexham, tailor, 22 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high, brown hair, hazel eyes, fair complexion, sharp features, proportionate figure, old cut mark on right side of neck below his ear ; dressed in black cloth cap with French peak, grey Aberdeen shirt, puce- coloured, woollen comforter, slate- coloured jacket and vest, black cloth trousers, blue worsted stockings, and lace- up boots. Harris had in his posses- sion a white silk pocket Handkerchief, marked in one corner in red silk with the initials H. B. Information to ba given to Stolen from a fowl- house, at Broseley, during the night of the 22nd instant, the property of William Hepple, 1 grey Duck, 1 grey Drake, 1 speckled Dorking Fowl, 3 speckled gold and brown ditto, and 1 yellow ditto, all pullets, and about three parts grown. Information to be given to Superintendent McWilliam, Bridgnorth, or to Police Constable Chase, Brose- ley, Salop.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen between 9 and 12 p. m. on the 21st instant, from the bedrooms at the ' Queen's Head' inn, Snodland, Kent, the property of Mrs. Castle, a double- case gold lever Watch, engine- turned, white dial, gold hands, sunk seconds, capped and jewelled, maker Cogill, Chatham, gold Guard, two Keys, and Seal attached, seal engraved ' T. C.'; and a small diamond Ring, with two red stones, 18 carat gold. A reward of £% will be given on recovery of the property and conviction of the offender, or offenders, on applicition to Superintendent Hulse, Kent County Constabulary, East Mailing.— Bow- st., Dec. 27. Stolen from a drawer in an office in the borough of Bolton, on the night of the 23rd instant, about £ 8 in Gold. Informa- tion. to be given to Chief Constable James Harris, Bolton, Lancashire.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen about the 16th instant, from Upminster Common, Essex, the property of Mrs. Manning, farmer, a set of good light Chaise Harness, with brass furniture. Supposed by a man who travels about the country selling nuts and oranges, about 30 years of age, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, dark hair and whiskers, and of very shabby appearance. Information to be given to the Inspector of Police, Romford, Essex.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen from a shed in the occupation of James Oddy ropemaker, Tong, during the night of the 23rd instant, 12 lbs! of white Italian Twine, and 12 lbs. of hemp Twine, in an unfinished state. Information to be given to Superintendent Ball, West Riding Constabulary, Court House, Bradford, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen on the night of tiie 22nd instant, at Rudston, East Rilling of Yorkshire, 15 Geese, and 14 Ducks. £& reward will be paid on conviction of the offender or offenders. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent B. E. Naylor, Police Station, Bridlington.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen on the 22nd instant from the front of the ' Crown ' hotel, in Ripon, the property of a, commercial traveller, a brown paper parcel, containing three cards with patterns of Table Knives, < fec., attached to them, of which the following is a description : No. 1 card consists of ivory and best bone handle table knives, No. 2 card consists of buffalo,, black tip,, and self tip handle table knives ; No. 3 card consists of various handled table knives, and about six dozen small butcher's knives, makers' name on all the blades, ' Wardrope and Pearce, Shef- field.' Information to be given to Chief Constable William Bunniston, Borough Police, Ripou, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen on the 22nd or 23rd instant,, from Bleaberry Rigg, near Longtown, Cumberland, a quantity of Horse aud Cow Hair, black and grey. Supposed by a man about 30 to 35 years ot age, 5 fee; 8 or 9 inches high, dressed in grey clothes and dark cap, who called at Bleaberry Rigg late in the after- noon of the 22nd instant : he was accompanied by a woman aud three children, the oldest a boy, about 14 years old, the next, about 4, and the youngest 1 year old. Also stolen on the same night, from Broomhills, near Long- town, a Shawl, dyed black, and about 2 lbs. of Horsehair. Also supposed to have been stolen by the man before described. Also stolen on the night of the 24th instant, from Low Lonning.,. near Brampton, nine or thirteen Pigeons, amongst them was a young one with black back and white wing- ends, one copper- colour with a top- knot, one old lien with black back aud speckled body, and one old hen, red and white speckled. Information to be given to Superintendent J. Thos. Bowler, or at the County Chief Constable's Office, Carlisle. Bate- street, December 27. Superintendent Adams, Holywell, North Wales.— Bow- St reef, Description of three men committed for trial at the next December 21. Stolen from an out- house at Shelf, Yorkshire, on the night of the 21st inst., the following Fowls: 1 silver Pheasant Cock, 3 ditto Pullets ( two light and one dark coloured), 3 yellow broken bred Pullets, 1 old black Hen without tail, and 1 old yellow lien, the property of Mr. Holmes, Shelf. Also from a dwelling- house,, in Skircoat, between 11 a. m. 22nd and 10 a. m. 23rd instant, a silver TeaSpoon, marked ' E. S.,' the property of Mr. Goodall, Skircoat. Information to be given Superintendent C. Copeland, West Riding Con- stabulary, Halifax, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 27. Stolen on the 21st September last from the dressing- room of a gentleman cadet at the Royal Military College at Sand- hurst, Berks, a gold Watch, rather large size, open face, two small cracks on the dial- plate near the figure 5, maker Arnold 84, Strand, supposed number 21346 ; also a gold Albert Chain) with a spring swivel at one end, and a gold- plated Watch Key at the other, the key is stamped with the figure 12, and has a black onyx set in it, part of the plating of the key is stripped off. Ten shillings reward will be paid upon the recovery of the watch, and conviction of the offender or offenders. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent O'Neill, Berks Constabu- lary Station, Wokingham.— Bow- afreet, December 27. Stolen from a dwelling- house at Cleckheaton, on the 23rd instant, an old silver verge Watch, case indented from j ill usage, cream- coloured dial, No. 2378, Liverpool, had attached i a German silver Guard and steel fob Chain with an old brass Rey. Supposed by a man who had been lodging at the house, a labourer, about 25 years of age, 5 feet 2 or 3 inches high, dark brown hair, dark complexion, black whiskers round face; dressed in fustian sleeved waistcoat, brown mixture trousers with raised seams down sides much worn, lace boots, and cap. Information to be given to Superintendent Ball, West Riding Constabulary, Court House, Bradford, York- shire.— JBow- street, December 27. I Stolen on the 16th instant, from a cottage near Hoddesdon, an old pair- cased silver Watch, with the bow broken off, and a steel Chain attached. Supposed by a tramp of the following description, who was seen near the cottage : about 25 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, slender make, pale face, and dark eyes ; dressed in a plaid coat, old black trousers, old Wellington boots with the top3 cut off and cut down in front, and black billycock hat. Information to be given to Inspector Thomas Bygrave, Ware, or to Police Constable Worsley, Hoddesdon, Herts.— Bow- street, December 23. Supposed to have been stolen from Hadnall, on the 10th instant, a small size light- coloured sky terrier Dog, about two years old, answers to the name of ' Sky,' the property of J. W. Ward, Esq., of Hadnall. Whoever will give such infor- mation as will lead to its recovery, on conviction of the offender or offenders ( if stolen), shall be handsomely rewarded. Information to be given to P. C. No. 13, Thos. Lewis, Harmer- hill, or to Superintendent Ivins, County Police Office, Shre^ bury, Salop.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen, between 8 p. m., the 19th, and 8.40 a. m., the 20th instant, from a shop, in the city of Manchester, the fol- lowing property, viz. 6 pieces of fancy Cloth, from 10 to 15 yards ; 10 yards of blue Beaver, 68 inches ; 4 pieces of black Broads ; 3 pieces of black Doeskin ; about 15 pieces of fancy Doeskin, from 7J to 20 yards; a Suit of 1st Regt. Rifle Clothes; 1 blue Witney Albert Overcoat, large size, 2 out- side pockets behind, and one inside left breast, lined with Italian cloth ; 1 black cloth frock cloth, lined with Italian cloth, salmon- coloured sleeves ; 2 pairs of black cloth Trousers, cross pockets, one pair without buttons ; 1 pair of Belgium fancy plaid Trousers; a quantity of black Italian cloth ; a piece of" black Venetian Cloth, double width ; a pair of tailors' Scissors; 8 or 9 sets of fancy Buttons, one set resembling cricket balls, the other ivory and crossed barred. Any person giving such information as will lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders, and recovery of the said property shall receive £ 20 reward, or in proportion to the amount recovered, on application to Chief Constable Captain Palin, Town Hall, King- street, Manchester— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen, from the schooner ' Resolute' in the Port of Aberdovey, Merioneth, between 6 p. m., the 17th, and 6 a. m., the 19th instant, a check Shirt, nearly new ; two blue serge Shirts, marked ' E. R.'; two white flannel Vests, marked ' E. R.'; 2 pairs of grey woollen Stockings, marked ' E. R.'; all man's size, also about 2 lbs. of Coffee, 6 lt> s. of Sugar, 3 lbs. of Butter, 15 lbs. of Beef, and two coarse linen Towels. Infor mation to be given to Chief Constable H. L. Lloyd Clough, Dolgelley, or to P. S. Thos. Roberts, Aberdovey, Merioneth. — Bow- street, Dec. 23. Stolen, on the 17th instant, from Trotterscliffe Vicarage, the property of Mr. E. Z. Shepherd, 12 small game bantam Fowls, viz., one old cockerel, two young do., and 9 hens ( all with clean legs). Information to be given to Mr. Superintendent Hulse, East Mailing, Kent.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen during the night of the 20th instant, from a stable at Southam, 2 young Geese, one white, one ditto, with small black feathers across the back and wings. Information to be given to Inspector J. Gaskins, Southam, Warwickshire.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen on the 14th instant, from Mr. George Scott, of Thornley Colliery, Durham, innkeeper, a light fawn coloured greyhound Bitch, 11 months old, has small head and tail, and answers to the name of ' Whiskey.' £ 3 3s. reward will be paid to any person w ho will give such information as will lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders and recovery of the bitch. Information to be given to Superinten- dent Davidson, Durham Constabulary, Castle Eden.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen on the 12th instant, the property of T. W. Gayton, Esq., Servan's End, Walden, Essex, a single- barrelled Gun, patent breech, silver mounted stock, had formerly a flint lock but has been altered to a percussion, vary superior lock with ' Gully' engraved on it; a piece of gold was formerly inserted in the breech, hut it has been taken out. Information to be given to Inspector Rowan, Essex Constabulary, Saffron " Walden.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen from a shop window in Albion- street., Newton Heath, about 6 40 a. m. on the 21st instant : 12 yards of Scotch black and green plaid ; 40 yards of brown Coburg ; and a piece of faded Print, used for covering other articles. Infor- mation to be given to the Superintendent of the County Police, Old Trafford, near Manchester.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen on the 19th instant, from No. 68, Lowndes- square, Chelsea : 3 large Forks, 3 Dessert Forks, 2 Salt Spoons, 1 Gravy Spoon, 1 Mustard Spoon, 2 Sauce Ladles, 1 Fish Slice, 1 Mustard Pot, and 1 Butter Knife, all silver, crest— a grey- hound and garter, engraved ' Cave'; 9 large Forks, 3 Dessert Forks, 4 Table Spoons, 3 Dessert Spoons, and 2 Salt Spoons, all plated.- Metropolitan Police, B Division, December 23. Stolen from Kearsney Abbey, near Dover, between the 12th and 14th instant, a mixed tweed shooting Coat, with lining torn at bottom on right hand side ; in an outside breast pocket was a Russia leather Pocket- book, containing a Bond of the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway for a considerable amount, attached to which were two Coupons for interest due in January. and March next, a Cheque for £ 3 8s. 6d., an annual Pass of the South- Eastern Railway, a game Certificate, a Pass between Calais and Paris, a Memorandum Book relating to money matters, a Letter, and two or three Cards, the whole of which bear the name of ' J. G. Churchward.' Also stolen, about the same time, a pair of elastic- side patent leather Boots, nearly new. Information to be given to Superintendent Wm. Stokes, Kent Constabulary, Sandwich.— Bow- street, Dec. 23. Stolen, during the night of the 16th instant, from a Music Hall, in the city of Manchester, £ 163 in cash, viz : about £ 93 in Silver ; £ 20 in Copper, and the remainder in Gold ; 2 gold Pencil Cases; a gold Locket, with likeness inside ; a gold fob Chain ; and a black cloth Overcoat, with velvet collar. Any person given such information as will lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders, and recovery of the property, shall receive £' 20 reward, or in proportion to the amount recovered, on application to Captain Palin, Chief Con- stable, Town Hall, King- street, Manchester;— Bow- street, December 21, Stolen between 6 and 7 a. m., on the 15th instant, from the dwelling- house of Thomas Cross, labourer, Old Wolverton, near Stony Stratford, an old hairy Purse, with a long string to it, containing £ 16 10s. in gold— having seven sovereigns and nineteen half sovereigns, and one plain gold wedding Ring, the property of Thomas Cross. Whoever will give such informa- tion as will lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender, and recovery of the stolen property, shall receive £ 3 reward on application to Inspector Royle, Stony Stratford, Bucks.— Bow- street, December 21. Stolen on the night of the 16th instant, from Clive Vale Farm, near Hastings, a Graft, marked with a cross on the front and back of the eye ; a foot Iron ; and a Shovel. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Glenister, Police Office, Hastings, Sussex.— Boic- street, December 21. Stolen between the hours of 7 p. m. on the 14th and 11 a. m. on the 16th instant, from a cottage at Brockham, near Appleby, Westmoreland : a black quilted coburg Skirt, quite new, with a blue band at the top ; a white flannel Petticoat, nearly new ; a single plaid Shawl, with large brown checks in the pattern, and a narrow daik red stripe running among the brown ones, small white squares in the corner of larger ones ; a girl's black cloth Slop, with two pockets outside, with three little fancy black buttons on the pockets, also six black glass buttons down the front, and bound round the edges with black silk fringe ; a girl's white straw Hat, trimmed with three rows of black silk velvet round the crown, and one row of the same round the edge of brim, a black feather, and a knot of black velvet on front ; a black net Veil, with three rows of black crape round the bottom ; a knitted white cotton Pocket, with a larger and smaller compartment, and white tape strings ; a Purse, made of common leather, with brass button to fasten ( has been a soldier's cap pouch) containing one Sovereign, one Half- crown, and sup- posed a Threepenny- piece ; also supposed a brass Locket, about tbe size of a small gold watch, with three quarters of a yard of black velvet attached. By a woman of the following descrip- tion, who was staying at the house, and left on the evening of the 14th instant : 19 years of age, a Servant, a native of Cum- whinton, Cumberland ; about 5 feet 4 inches high, light com- plexion, has lost a front tooth on one side of upper jaw, is good looking ; blue eyes, light brown hair, slender figure ; dressed in a brown alpaca dress, with 3 or 4 black buttons on front of breast, and good elastic side boots, and will probably be wearing some of the stolen property, as she left behind her a grey cloth mantle, trimmed with brown trimming, and a brown tassel on the back ; a white straw bonnet, trimmed with brown ribbon, and a white border and knot of blue ribbon inside. Information to be given to Superintendent Parks, Appleby, Westmoreland, or at the County Chief Constable's Office, Carlisle.— Bow- street, December 21. Stolen on tbe 13th or 14th instant, from a stable at Harberwain, in the parish of Crosby Ravensworth, Westmore- land : a blue and grey mixture woollen Slop, with a turn- up collar ; and a dark grey double- breasted cloth Overcoat, brown wood buttons, two pockets outside and inside of breast. Sup- posed by tramps. Information to be given to Superintendent Parks, Appleby, Westmorland, or at the County Chief Con- stable's Office, Carlisle.— Bow- street, December 21. Stolen on the 16th instant, from a stable belonging to Mr. Beckett, of Burton : a man's double- breasted Waistcoat, snuff- coloured, with drab- coloured back and sleeves, and white buttons, the property of Frederick Armstrong, a servant. By GEORGE HARNETT ( alias CURLY HARNETT) of Brassy- green, 22 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, light hair and complexion ; dressed in the stolen vest, black cap, fustian trousers, and strong boots. Information to be given to Super- intendent Gwynne, or to Serjeant Evan Mayho, Police Office, Tarporley, Cheshire.— Bow- street, December 21. Stolen, within the last two months, from Norfolk Castle, Arundel, 13 large linen Table- cloths, supposed marked with ' N' and coronet. Information to be given to Superintendent Stevens, Town Hall, Arundel, Sussex.— Bow- st., December 21. Stolen from the shop of Mr. Bramley, pawnbroker, Clumber- street, Nottingham, between the hours of 6 and 7 a. m., the 18th instant: a lady's gold English lever Watch with gold dial, engraved case ; a gold English verge do., No. 1145, single case, the works have to be opened to wind it up, cream- coloured dial, marked ' o- x- x' in the case ; a silver hunting lever do,, ' Prescott,' marked in the case ' c- y- X '; a do. hunting Geneva do., name on the dial believed to be ' Riotter, Geneve about twenty- six other watches, chiefly pair case and consular, and a few German- silver ones ; nearly all of the watches have some of the following letters on the inside of the outer case, viz., ' n, e. m. a. d. b. y. o. u. c.'; about seventeen gold and silver chains ; and a few do. alberts ; a gold albert, the key joining a hand. £ 20 reward will be paid to any person giving such information as shall lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Chief Constable J. Hed- ington, Borough Police Station, Nottingham. — Bow- street, December 21. Stolen on the 12th or 13th instant, between Elmham Hall, Norfolk, and London, 4 dozen Table Spoons, 4 ditto Dessert ditto, 4 ditto Tea ditto, all silver, some marked ' G.' in old English, some a roman capital " G."— Metropolitan Police, A Division, December 21. Supposed to have been stolen from the ' Crown Hotel,' South Petherton, Somerset, a black greyhound Bitch, answers to'Fly.' Information to be given to Superintendent Everitt, Somerset Constabulary, Ilminster, or to Sergeant Whiting, South Petherton.— Bow- street, December 21. Stolen on the 16th instant, from the dwelling- house of George Bristow, a silver Watch, maker Frodsham, London, No. 2943. Information to be given to Superintendent T. R. Everist, Chatham, Kent.— Bow- street, December 19. Stolen between the 15th and 17th instant, from a hedge at Penrhyn, in the county of Merioneth, a white flannel Shirt with linen front and wristbands, a cotton Shirt with blue stripes, a common calico Shirt, and a check Shirt, small pattern. In- formation to be given to Sergeant John Lewis, Maentwrog, Merionethshire.— Bow- street; December 19. Description of licence- holder No. 7747, WILLIAM MURTY, who has failed to report himself at the Borough Police Station, Guildford, Surrey : he is 33 years of age, 6 feet 0} inches high, fair complexion, red hair, blue eyes, and scar on right wrist. He was convicted at Newington on the 29th July, 1861, and sentenced to four years' penal servitude ; was liberated from Portsmouth Convict Prison on the 28th October last, and reported himself on the following day. He is sup- posed at present to be hawking in the neighbourhood of London. Information to be given to Head Constable Jno. Hy. Law, Borough Police, Guildford, Surrey.— Bow- st. Dec. 19. Stolen, between the 13th and 15th instant, a white Gander, 3 years old, slit with a knife in one foot, and three Geese, with grey backs and white breasts, all old, each marked in the foot with a gun punch ( the holes are grown up again, but the marks left), the property of Mr. Henry Booth, Naird Farm, near'Shiffnal. A reward of £ 2 2s. will be paid to any person giving such information as shall lead to the apprehen- sion and conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Richardson, Wellington, Salop.— Bow- street, December 19. * Stolen from a beer house at Shipley, on the 13th instant, 4 large paint Brushes, 2 of them new and the other 2 nearly new, the property of Samuel Glover, painter, Idle. Supposed by a man who had the appearance of a tramping painter, about 30 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, stout built, light com- plexion, dark hair, and no whiskers ; dressed in old black cloth slack back coat, black cloth trousers, and black billycock hat. Information to be given to Superintendent Ball, West Riding Constabulary, Court House, Bradford.— Bow- st., December 19. Stolen from the steam- ship ' Gladstone,' lying in the River Tees, Middlesbrough, between 8 a. m. on the 12th and 5 a. m. on the 13th instant, the following property : two blue serge Shirts, marked ' Duncan'on back of neck with white paint; two white flannel Shirts, marked ' Duncan' on laps ; two pairs of white flannel Drawers ; a blue pilot cloth Coat, lined with blue serge, black horn buttons ; a pair of blue cloth navy Trousers, marked inside waistband ' Duncan'; three striped Shirts ; a pair of blue serge Drawers ; a pair of Sea Boots, turn down, nearly new; a black cloth Cap ; and a black and white check Muffler. Supposed by a Dutchman, about 27 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, fresh com- plexion, speaks very bad English ; dressed in blue pilot cloth jacket and glazed cap. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent E. J. Saggerson, Middlesbrough, Yorkshire.— — Bow- street, December 19. Stolen from the ' Wheat Sheaf' inn, Ashbourne, on the 15th instant, two Over Coats— one fine black cloth, double breasted, black covered buttons, pocket inside left breast and in each skirt, loop inside of collar, supposed to have * Giliman, Hanley,' on it, and a pair of buckskin driving Gloves in the pockets; the other is light drab cloth, with large white horn mation to be given to Superintendent James Corbishley, Con- buttons, and outside hip pockets ( both are nearly new). Infor- stabulary Office, Ashbourne, Derbyshire.— Bow- street, Dec. 19. Stolen on the 13th or 14th instant, from a stable at Stitenham, Yorkshire, a black pilot cloth Overcoat, double- breasted, two pockets outside, pocket inside breast, black cloth buttons, lined with black and red plaid, braided round the edges and pockets, and a pair of long fustian Leggings with strap to come to the trousers waist. Information to be given to Superintendent J. Driscoll, North Riding Constabulary, Heworth, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 19. Stolen from an hotel in the borough of Leominster, on the 16th instant, 8 silver tea Spoons, marked ' I. G. S.' Informa- tion to be given to Superintendent Alexander, Leominster, Herefordshire.— Bow- street, December 19. Stolen from an out- house at Bolton, during the night of the 15th instant, 2 grey Turkey Hens, 1 yellow ditto without tail, and 1 white Drake; tlie property of Mr. Nicholson, farmer. Information to be given to Superintendent Ball, West Riding Constabulary, Court House, Bradford.— Bow- street, Dec. 19. Stolen between the hours of 6 p. m. on the 16th and 7 a. m. on the 17th inst., from farm premises at Morley, 9 Geese, 4 grey and white, and the remainder white. Information to be given to Superintend nt Martin, West Riding Constabulary, Dewsbury, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, December 19. Supposed to have been stolen from the shop of Messrs. Burg and Hopkins, No. 9, Norman- road East, St. Leonards, between the 2oth and 29th ultimo, a dark purple leather Dressing- case, 9 inches by 8, complete with ivory fittings, viz., Razors, Scissors, Combs, Brushes, Pomatum Pots, Scent Bottle, & c., with plated tops ; leather above lock scratched. A reward of £ 5 will be paid upon the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders and restoration of the property. Informa- tion to be given to Superintendent Glenister, Hastings— Bow- street, Deeember 16. PROPERTY FOUND BIT POLICE OFFICERS. COn the Persons of Prisoners or elsewhere, J The Coat Vest and Trousers, part of the property adver- tised in the Police Gazette of the 21st instant, as found on a tramp at Machynlleth, have been identified, and the tramp who gave the name of JOHN COOK, has been committed for trial for housebreaking; the other property has not yet been claimed. Information to be given at the Chief Constable's Office, Aberavon, Cardiganshire, or to Police Constable Thomas Thomas, Machynlleth.— Bow- street, December 27. Found in a barn near Wichnor Junction, Staffordshire, and supposed to have been stolen, four chair or sofa Covers, two of them knitted, and the other two crochetted, all white and new ; a Testament, with the name ' Mr. Woodhouse, the gift of Mr. Bennett, July 2nd, 1861' ; a ' Handbook of Angling,' ' James Shaw, June 1853,' written in it; a Book, ' The Com- plete Angler,' ' Ann Winkley, her Book, 1845,' and ' Abraham Winkley, his Book, 1860', written in it; and a Book, ' The Rise and Progress of Religion in the Soul,' 1 Mary Ann Winkley, 1860,' written in it. Information to be given to Superintendent Keith, Burton- on- Trent, to Sergeant Myatt, Police Station, Alrewas, or at any of the Constabulary Stations in the county of Stafford.— Bow- street, December 27. Found, and now in the possession of the Devon Constabu- lary, a gold memorial Ring, signet shape, with narrow opening for hair ( set round with small black stones) and engraved on the inside ' Milsford, ob. 3 Jan. 1861, set. 86,' which is supposed to have been stolen. Information to be given to the Deputy Chief Constable, Exeter.— Bow- street, December 23. Stolen on the 15th instant, from Mr. Bainton, Mr. Burrell and Mr. Weatherill, all of Molescroft Carrs, Beverley: two pairs iron waggon Traces, leather back and belly bands ; 1 pair Blinders; acorn Sack, marked ' S. W. B.'; one set of cart Harness, brass- mounted and nearly new, consisting of head piece, blinders, reins, with a military curb bit, a leather strap for a curb ; military collar, open at top and covered with leather, iron hames, saddle back, belly band, and breechings, and iron back band and leather belly band for cart. Supposed by a man, 35 years of age, 5 ft. G or 7 inches, red face, dark brown hair, and stout made ; dressed in old black trousers, torn ; old biown velvet jacket, and old brown billycock hat. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Con- stable J. Gibson, East Riding Constabulary, Court House, Beverley.— Bow- street, December 21. WAS OFFICE, December ' 27, 1864 A J E S T Y' 8 S R n iv V C E. DESERTERS FROM IIE R ________ . _ _ 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 TWBSIY 1HILIIMI lnsleftd of SIII. LMSOB; 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. asiioB HO. NAME. BEG. NO.' CORPS. WHERE BORN. SIS3. EYES. PACE. COAT & TROUSERS. DATE OP DESEBTN. PLACE OP DESERTION. MARKS AND REMARKS 179930 179931 179932 179933 179934 179935 179936 179937 179938 179939 Owen Keily James Campbell William Ashmore Thomas Cryan John Th. Lancaster John Woodin John Gale Jeremiah Dowling John McCabe Thomas Langan 179940 17S941 179942 179943 179944 179945 179946 179947 179948 179949 James Rennison Christopher Salts Samuel Lancaster John Thompson Michael Kane Bernard Daly John Macken James Ward James Heanlean John McEwen 179950 179951 179952 179953 179954 179955 179956 179957 179958 179959 179960 179961 79962 179963 179964 179965 179966 179967 179968 179969 James Bidmead Robert Jeans Martin Hartigan Alexander Lowry Henry Foster Mich. McGuiness Michael Scanlon Walter Smith John Magrath John Carter 733 24th Foot | Nottingham weaver 314 5 64 brown grey fresh regimental 30 Nov. Shorn clifl'e off' furlough — 26th Foot Paisley, Renfrew labourer 23 5 54- It. bin blue freeh linen jacket; mole 20 Nov. Liverpool recruit, finally approved 807 2Sth Foot" Warwick si riker 24 5 8 brown blue fair regimental 29 Nov. Newry c ff furlough to Birmingham 790 ditto l?^ t< n, Lancashire labourer 22 5 54 dk. brn dk. brn dark ditto 29 Nov. Enniskillen ditto to Clogber, Sligo 794 ditto ^ Hto ditto 22 5 6 brown grey freeh aitto 29 Nov. Newry ditto to Ballina 571 ditto Brcmsg'rove, Wore. ditto 23} 5 8 dk. brn brown dark ditto 29 Nov. ditto ditto to Glasgow; D S96 ditto Tavistock, Dtvon ditto 24 5 5 brown blue fresh ditto 29 Nov. ditto ditto ditto 1032 31st Foot A tin, Kildare ditto 18 5 fair blue sallow ditto 5 Dec. Aldershot ditto to Athy 990 ditto Ballymote, Sbgo ditto 204 5 n brown hazel fresh ditto 5 Dee. ditto ditto to Ballymote, Sligo 835 ditto Talbot, Kerry baker 26} 5 7 brown blue fresh ditto 5 Dee. ditto ditto to Talbot 986 ditto Deptford, Kent ditto 204 5 6 It. brn grey fresh ditto . 30 Nov. ditto ditto to Deptford 1220 32nd Foot Newtown, Kildaro ditto 19 5 74 brown blue fresh ditto 1 Dec. Waterford ditto to Kilcock 3024 33rd Foot Cranfield, Bedford ditto 284 5 54 brown grey fresh ditto 1 Dec. Fermoy 356 39th Foot Manchester ditto 23 5 5} dk. brn brown fresh ditto 28 Nov. Manchester ditto to Manchester ditto Walsall, Stafford collier 19 5 4} brown brown fresh plain 6 Dec. Liverpool recruit, not finally approved 822 40t. h Foot Banagher, King's labourer 18} 5 64 fair blue fair regimental 29 Nov. Birr short hair 723 41st Foot Manchester labourer 19 5 7 brown hazel fresh ditto 26 Nov. Preston 843 ditto ditto ditto 20 5 64 brown grey fresh ditto 26 Nov. ditto 3505 ditto Portsmouth driller 294 5 10 brown grey fresh ditto 2 Dec. Dublin off furlough to Manchester 577 ditto Ballymote, Sligo labourer 20} 5 10 brown grey fair ditto 1 Dec. ditto 40 1259 3852 3365 3887 4057 1106 724 657 638 ditto 42nct Foot 49th Foot ditto ditto ditto 53rd Foot 59th Foot ditto ditto Kilbirnie, Ayr Limerick Pargate, Antrim Denagh, Monaghan Tydamett Roscrea, Tipperary Glasgow Derry Ballinakill, Queen's piecer labourer engine man blacksmith labourer ditto ditto ditto mason labourer 20 27 264 28 271 24 22 224 44 51 10 74 84 5 8 54 6i 74 dk. brn fair light brown dark dk. brn Jk. brn dk. brn It brn grey hazel blue grey grey dk. brn hazel hazel hazel blue florid fresh fresh fair dark dark fair florid fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 1 Dec. 5 Dec. 30 Nov. 4 Dec. 2 Dec. 30 Nov. 5 Dec. 27 Nov. 27 Nov. Stirling Dublin ditto ditto ditto Curragh PreBton ditto ditto took part of reg. nec. off furlough to Pargate ditto to Monaghan ditto ditto ditto to RoBcrea; scar on each thigh took waist- belt ditto William Grundy William Hayes Thomas Smith John Cleverley John Wilson Gavin Brown James Hannan Robert Collerd William Crowther William C. Baillie 669 671 1304 773 876 1034 420 1261 ditto ditto 60th Rifles 62nd Foot 63rd Foot ditto ditto 64th Foot ditto ditto Ashton- under- Lyne Worsley, Lancaster Glasgow Bradford, Wilts Kilmarnock, Ayr Glasgow Newry, Down Barhum, Kent Rotherham, York Sandwich, Kent baker mason miner labourer ditto engineer mason labourer tailor steel melter 194 214 204 22 18 ' 19 23 344 254 204 6f brown It. brn 5f'dk. brn 7 i brown 54 black 51 dk. brn 7 brown 74 It. brn 4 light 7 brown brown dk. brn brown grey hazel hazel grey grey blue blue fair fair fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh sallow ditto ditto ditto ditto pilot; linen drab; black regimental ditto ditto ditto 28 Nov. 28 Nov. 5 Dec. 29 Nov. 29 Nov. 30 Nov. 5 Dec. g 1 Dec. 1 Dec. 1 Dec. " ditto ditto Winchester Aldershot Liverpool ditto Belfast Portsmouth ditto ditto woman and mark of burn on left arm took part of reg. nec. off furlough to Bradford recruit, finally approved recruit, approved took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. off furlough to Dover ditto to Sheffield ditto to London; scarundr. rt. 1 179970 179971 179972 179973 179974 179975 179976 179977 179978 179979 George Graham William Class John Lambert Thomas Hughes John Bowman Thomas Young David Balmain James Wideman William Allison Robert O'Neil — 6bth 1 oot 438 69th Foot 71st Foot 72nd Foot 74th Foot ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 965 1156 456 1006 887 1063 Liverpool Croydon, Surrey Sheffield Campsie, Stirling Glasgow Kilmarnock, Ayr Perth Garliston, Dumfries Paisley, Renfrew Stranraer, Wigtown clerk labourer ditto miner labourer engraver weaver labourer baker labourer 24 33} 19 20 204 24 20 22 30 18 brown ft. brn dk. brn brown dk. brn dk. brn dk. bm brown dk. brn It. brn hazel blue hazel grey grey grey blue grey blue blue fresh fair dark fair fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow I fair dark; cord regimental plain regimental tweed; cloth regimental ditto plain regimental ditto 9 Dec. 30 Nov. 26 Nov. 1 Dec. 28 Nov. 1 Dec.' 30 Nov. 29 Nov. 26 Nov. 26 Nov. London Gosport Liverpool Aberdeen Edinburgh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto recruit, not finally approved off furlough recruit, not finally approved burn mark on right arm recruit, tattooed on arms 179980 179981 179982 179983 179984 179985 179986 179987 179988 179989 James CrosEan James Allan Andrew Kerr James Stirling John Watt Thomas Reynolds George Allen James McDonald Thomas Mack Benjamin Buckley 1106 267 926 316 1444. 67 660 703 113 ditto ditto 78th Foot ditto ditto 84th Foot 85th Foot ditto ditto ditto Glasgow Strathaven, Lanark Glasgow Ellon, Aberdeen Culsalmond Ashton, Lancashire Newark, Notts Newcastle- on- Tyne Dublin Medley Wood, Salop ditto baker labourer ditto painter groom miner puddler miner 18 25 21} 25 18 26 21 204 22} 28 brown dk. bm brown brown dk. brn brown auburn brown It. brn It. bm grey hazel grey hazel hazel hazel hazel hazel hazel blue fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto supposed plain regimental ditto ditto black; plaid regimental ' ditto ditto 26 Nov. 26 Nov. 8 Dec; 2 Dec. 24 Nov. 30 Nov. 28 Nov. 28 Nov. 28 Nov. 28 Nov. ditto ditto Dublin ditto Aberdeen Dublin London Aldershot ditto ditto D; took waist- belt recruit; mark on left shoulder and groin 179990 179991 179992 179993 179994 179995 179996 179997 179998 179999 Francis Quinn Thomas Thompson William Brown James Taylor James Newlands Alex. Proudfoot John Smith Peter McLean James Meek William Ross 3516 1258 1225 895 3046 124.1 1167 1074 ditto 89th Foot 90th Foot 92nd Foot ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 93rd Foot Whitehavn., Cmbrlnd Darlington, Durham Northumberland OldMonkland, Lanrk Uphall, Linlithgow Linlithgow Kirremuir, Forfor Edinburgh Falkirk, Stirling Forres, Moray labourer ditto ditto miner labourer shoemaker blacksmith tailor miner shoemaker 30 19 244 184 204 19 29 184 20 184 44 84 6} 64 10 6 n 5 7 si It, bra dk. bm dk. brn brown dark brown fair dk. bm It, bm dk. brn blue hazel brown grey grey grey hazel blue blue hazel sallow fresh sallow fresh fresh pale fresh fresh fresh swarth ditto frieze; moleskin blue regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 28 Nov. 29 Nov. 26 Nov. 7 Dec. 5 Dec. 3 Dec. 28 Nov. 27 Nov. 29 Nov. 22 Nov. ditto Durham Carlisle Stirling Glasgow Paisley eitto Paisley " Aberdeen recruit, attested scars on back and groins, leech bites on chest took waist- belt took part of reg. nec. ditto ditto took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. off furlough to Falkirk 180000 180001 180002 180003 180004 180005 180006 180007 180008 180009 William Maycock George Smith John Moore George Chitley James Coffy James Casey John Lewis Daniel Wigley Edward Cannon Henry Parker 93 647 95 15S05 16632 15686 11877 15687 1048 Roy. H. Art. ditto ditto Roy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Ashford, Derby London Sandhurst, Kent Windsor Waterford Killarney, Kerry Worcester Kingston- on- Thames Woodbridge, Suffolk groom shoemaker labourer carman labourer ditto groom sawyer labourer 22 194 244 204 18} 224 32 27 194 234 It. brn brown It. brn brown brown dark dark dk. brn dark brown grey blue blue grey grey dark hazel hazel dark grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fair dark sallow fresh dark freBh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto grey ; cord regimental ditto 27 Nov. 27 Nov. 27 Nov. 3 Dec. 29 Nov. 27 Nov. 23 Nov. 7 Dec. 1 Dec. 23 Nov. Newbridge Canterbury Newbridge Woolwich ditto ditto Pembroke Woolwich ditto Aldershot tattooed on wrists scars on back anchor on left arm rather bow- legged off furlough to Pembroke; pockpitted bandy legs; supp. gone to Worcester off furlough to Petersfield, Hants 180010 180011 180012 180013 180014 180015 180016 180017 180018 18C01S Thomas Fitch Andrew Todd Edward Insull Thomas Leach John Edwn Sutcliffe Patrick Coyne James Baccn John Wilson John Mayall John McCormick 2715 762 1384 8014 ditto ditto ditto ditto Rl. Engineers 8th Foot 10th Foot 12th Foot ditto 21st Foot Liverpool Dunline, Antrim Birmingham Moylougb, Galway Hawortb, Yorkshire Keighley, Yorkshire Tipperary Pudsey, Yorkshire Bradford, Yorkshire BuBby, Lanark ditto ditto clerk labourer schoolmastr metal meter tailor painter iron turner labourer 27 364 214 27 20} 24 19 18 22 18 brown light dk. brn brown It. brn dk. brn brown dk. brn It. brn It. brn grey hazel brown brown grey grey hazel grey hazel grey fresh fair fair swarth fresh sallow sallow fresh fresh- fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto cord black black; cord diito canvas; black 23 Nov. 28 Nov. 1 Dec. 9 Nov. 25 Nov. 24 Nov. 6 Dec. 6 Dec. 6 Dec. 2 Dec. ditto Cork Sheemess Montreal Aldershot Bradford Rochdale Bradford ditto Glasgow off furlough took great coat and part of reg. nec. mole below each nipple; off pass to Southend recruit, surgically inspected recruit, not surgically inspected ditto ditto ditto 180020 180021 180022 180023 180024 180025 180026 180027 180028 180029 William Jones William Harris John Byrne Robert McCracken James Keegan Patk. McLoughlan William Fitzgerald Dav. Thos. Jenkins James Smith Herbert Morley 22nd Foot ditto ditto 41st Foot 68tb Foot ditto 60th Rifles 6lBt Foot 65th Foot ditto Fafeham, Hants Blandford, Dorset ditto Magilligon, Derry Swords, Dublin Balbriggan, Dublin Leeds Newport, Monmouth Blackburn, Lane. Liverpool ditto ditto servant labourer ditto ditto bricklayer mason fitter striker 22 21 234 22 17 20 22 21 22 18 dk. bm It. brn brown It. brn dk. brn brown auburn It. brn It. brn brown hazel blue hazel grey grey hazel grey grey blue hazel sallow fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh canvas; cord brown; cord black; brown brown black; brown black; tweed velveteen; cord canvas brown; moleskin brown; cord 6 Dec. 5 Dec. 5 Dec. 10 Nov. 2 Dec. 2 Dec. 26 Nov. 28 Nov. ,3 Dec. 29 Nov. Portsmouth Southampt. ditto Londondry. Dublin ditto Leeds Newport, M Liverpool ditto 180030 180031 180032 180033 180034 180035 180036 180037 180038 180039 William Penman Samuel Kilpatrick Thomas R. Fouhy Francis Shaw George Clarke Joseph Boyce Andrew Goold William Sheppard Hugh Frill Charles Ritchie 270 371 501 538 1720 1092 550 756 92nd Foot Rifle Brigade lst Life Gds. 4th Drag. Gds. 5 th Drag. Gds. 6th Drag. Gds. lst Dragoons 5th Lancers 9th. Lancers ditto Inveresk, Edinburgh Glasgow Glenworth, Cork Birmingham Ipswich, Suffolk Lynn, Norfolk Girvan, Ayrshire Manchester Drumelton, Donegal Clockerney, Tyrone ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto pockpitted ditto burn on right arm; recruit recruit, surgically inspeoted wart on left cheek; recruit recruit, not surgically inspected miner tailor grocer swordmakr. engineer clerk blacksmith moulder tinsmith sawyer 18 24 194 284 224 224 34 22 21 22 fail- black brown brown dk. brn dk. brn light fair brown brown blue black grey brown blue grey blue blue hazel blue fresh fresh fair dark fresh dark fresh fair freBh pale black; moleskin black regimental tweed regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 29 Nov. 25 Nov. 30 Nov. 9 Dec 8 Dec. 9 Dec. 11 Dec. 10 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. Edinburgh Glasgow London Curragh Dublin Brighton Glasgow Canterbury Dublin ditto ditto ditto off furlough to Glenworth D; mole on spine, cross- cupped on chest bandsman took part of reg. nec. off furlough to Glasgow; D scar on right shin off furlough to Glasgow; scar left groin ditto ditto 180040 Thomas S. Fawcett 180041 Robert Leach 180042 Thomas Cribben 180043 Peter McCamley 180044 George Smith 180045 Jonathan Howard 180046 180047 180048 180049 Egerton Thorpe James Conway Edward Taylor George Pain 738 589 380 133 494 3695 4704 3534 233 llt. h Hussars 13th HusBars ditto ditto 15th Hussars Military Train Gren. Guards Cold. Guards 3rd Foot ditto Halifax, Yorkshire Lancaster London Liverpool Hounslow, Middlesex RavenBtone, Durham Wolvrhmptn ,, Staffrd London Liverpool Chadwell, Wilts teacher musicprintr shoeingsmh clerk labourer engine fitter labourer ditto 184 20} 244 26 234 204 25 18J 35 32} It. brn dk, brn brown dark It, brn brown brown brown brown black grey grey blue blue grey grey grey dark grey hazel fresh fair fresh freBh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto brown; cord regimental ditto ditto 9 Dec. 7 Dee. 11 Dec. 11 Dec. 14 Dec. 9 Dec. 6 Dec. 2 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. ditto Hamptn Ct. HounsloW ditto Edinburgh Curragh Doncaster London Sheffield ditto scars on loins and left thumb and finger off pass to Manchester broke out of barracks ditto took part of reg. nec. [ scar rt. leg off furlough to Harding Moss, Yorkshire; scar on right eyebrow; recruit D D > 6 POLICE GAZETTE. December 27. DESERTERS FROM HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE { continued). 3WIOB NO. NAME. BEfl. NO. WHEBE BOBN. TBADE. SIZE, HAIB. EYES, PAOI. COAT & TBOUSEBS. DATE OT DESEBTN. PLACE OP DE8EBTION. MARKS AND REMARK. 1;, 180050 180051 180052 180053 180054 180055 180056 USEES?' • 180058 180059 John Overton Wm. McKenzie John McQueen Patrick McKean Patrick Sherrin John Black Henry Jones John Brown William Marrow Edward Thompson 315 1076 912 1151 1227 902 1157 974 3rd Foot 6th Foot ditto 6th Foot ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 12th Foot Broadmere, Surrey Glasgow Perth Dublin Ballysliannon, Dnegal Girvan, Ayr Warwick Ball; macifie, Denegl. Killnichy, Down Leeds ' abourer ditto sawyer cabinetmkr. labourer weaver gunmaker labourer carpenter labourer 191 241 21! 211 22 194 21 ® 22 234 23 41 94 6 64 7 7 6 « I 61 It. brn It. brn dk. brn brown It. bm dk, bm dk. brn brown brown dk. brn grey blue grey blue hazed blue hazel It. brn hazel grey fair fresh fresh pale fresh dark fresh freeh fresh fresh fustian regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto moleskin 13 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Deo. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 13 Dec. London Woolwich ditto Devonport ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Leeds recruit, finally approved off furlough ditto ditto dii to ditto diito ditto ditto reel uit, attested to Dublin to Bally shannon to Gov « , Ayr to Sudbury, Suffolk to Ballymncfagb, Tyrono to Newtownards, Down 180060 180061 .180062 180063 5130061 M80065 180086 08006/ 180068 180069 Richard Joseph O'Hara William Lynch Thomas Loneryan John O'Neil Charles McCann Wm. Williamson Hugh Milne Thomas Gubbins Patrick Rea 1741 900 753 3872 490 667 751 713 684 17th Foot 21st Foot 24th Foot ditto 26th Foot ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Northampton Clare, King's Clarma, limerick Fethard, Tipperrry Derry Belfast Antrim Inverury, Aberdeen Armagh Donoghendru, Tyrne, shoemaker baker bricklayer blacksmith puddler labourer hackler labourer millwright labourer 18 21,4 194 214 28 23 21F 184 191 21 6 6} 74 74 64 7„ 94 74 64 10! brown brown brown sandy It. bm black brown dk. bm brown It. bm hazel grey blue blue grey hazel blue brown blue blue fair fair fair sallow sallow fresh swarth fresh fresh dark; grey regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 15 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. Norfhampt, Biras-, - SUorncliffe # ditto I* ort sinouth ditto ditto ditto " ditto ditto scar on right cheek ; ditto off furlough to Manchester 5 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar on arms D to Glasgow to Belfast to Inverury to Belfast ditto 180070 180071 180072 180073 180074 180075 180076 180077 180078 1.80079 Andrew Carr George Simmonds George Beardall William Walsh Patrick Gribbin Michael Dunn John Campbell Charles G. Denning James Murray James Brown 540 646 254 861 3627 649 148 1328 3438 ditto 32nd Foot ditto 3 tth Foot 40th Foot 41st Foot ditto ditto 42nd Foot 49th Foot Chorley, Lancashire] Sheffield Mansfield, Notts Kilkenny Glasgow Prosprous, Kildare Glasgow ditto Edinburgh Mullougb, Clare ditto cutler_ gardeneP labourer shoemaker labourer ditto ditto lithographr. carpenter 221 26! 274 18 204 27! 184 29! 18 294 94 74 74 64 84 7! 8 11! 71 64 It. brn browu It. brn brown dk. brn brown brown dk. brn black black blue blue grey grey brown blue blue grey dk. brn brown fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow dark ditto ditto ditto cloth; cord regimental ' ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 14 Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Dec. 15 Dee. 14 Dec. IT Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 16 Dec. 14 Dec. ditto Waterford ditto Birminghm Birr Dublin ditto ditto Stirling Dublin ditto ditto ditto to Sheffield ditto to Mansfield scar on abdomen; recruit off furlough to Glasgow ; mole rt. shoulder ditto to Newcsstie- on- T.; pockptiL ditto to Glasgow ditto ditto ditto to Wigan 18C08C 330081 280082 330083 ,180084. » 80085 180086 180087 180088 180089 William Webb Michael Sinnott John Evans Moses Kealy - Charles White Jamse Childs Daniel O'Donnell Nicholas Buckley D. McCormick John Watson 872 601 803 875 274 494 3522 1070 437 53rd Foot ditto ditto 55th Foot 56th Foot 58th Foot 59th Foot 60th Rifles 61st Eoct 62nd Foot Newport, Salop Manchester Merthyr Tydvil New Ross, Wexford Loughton, Essex Richmond, Surrey Kilkenny i Lambeth, Surrey Greenock, Renfrew Blackburn, Lancaster labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto whitesmith labourer ditto ditto piecer 264 21 221 22 20 244 27 274 18 24! dk. brn brown sandy It. brn It. brn light brown dk. brn dk. brn brown grey blue. hazel hazel It. bra grey brown dk. brn grey blue fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fair fresh dark fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto blue blouse; mole regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto 12 Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Dec. 13 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 8 DCC. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. Curragh ditto dirto Preston Colchester Birr Aldershot Dublin Pembroke Aldershot ditto to Lilleshall, Salop ditto to Manchester ditto to Merthyr Tydvil, Glamorgan ditto to New Ross ; mole rt. thigh cuppping on neck and shoulder j recruit off furlough to London ditto to West, port, Mayo varicose veins right leg off furlough to Belfast 130090 580091 180092 180093 180094 180095 J80096 £ 30097 J80098 180099 Patrick Kennedy Joseph Taylor George Wilson Jas. Prendergrast John Booney Henry Dullivan James Haydon John Kenna Peter Brown John Hanley 1285 1087 523 788 1133 969 875 932 723 64t, H Foot 67th Foot 69th Foot ditfo 70th Foot 73rd Foot ditto ditto ditto ditto Nenagh, Tipperary Athlone, Westmeatli Sligo Clogheen, Tipperary Glasgow Southampton Duhlin Kilcane, Westmeath Ballymote, Sligo Runcorn, Cheshire labourer ditto ditto ditto blacksmith jeweller labourer ditto ditto ditto 18! 20 234 20! 21 184 24 26 204 dk. bm brown dark brown dk. bm black It. brn brown brown fair hazel grey grey blue hazel hazel blue grey blue blue fresh fresh fresh pale fresh fan- fresh fair fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto' black regimental ditto ditto ditto 14 Dec. 13 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. 14 Dec. 12 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. Colchester Atldone Gosport ditto Colchester ditto Shorncliffe ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto to Nenagh ; cross on rt. arm to Portsmouth female on left arm 180100. 180101 180102 I « >! 03 180104 180105 IS0106 .180107 U80108 18010? Alexander Young James Harrison John Kergan David Farquhar John Jamie Thomas Dalton Alexander Shanks Henry McDonald Thomas Kennedy Robert Russell 1190175th Foot 1244 1092 447 443 1169 4 1021 1089 623 ditto 76th Foot 78th Foot ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Edinburgh Bcdale, Yorkshire Mohill, Leitrim Brechin, Forfar Forfar • Kilmarnock, Ayr Girvan, Ayr Inverary, Argyle Glasgow Paisley, Renfrew to Glasgow ; scar on left arm scar on right arm, mole It. scapula; recruit off furlough to Dublin ditto to Ballingar ditto to Ballymote ditto to Courtynan, Armagh ditto ditto ditto shoemaker weaver labourer shoemaker ditto ditto labourer 18F 214 20 234 231; 5 22115 264 5 21! 5 21 5 22} & light brown brown light black light red light dk. brn black brown grey grey blue hazel hazel grey- grey hazel ha « el fresh fresh fair fair dark swarth fair fair swarth fresh regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 13 Dec. ^ 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec.' 13 Dec. 13 Dec. j 13 Dec. 114 Dec. Chatham took part of reg. nec. ditto ditto Belfast off furlough ; poekpitted Dublin ditto to Brechin ditto ditto to Forfar ditto ditto to Kilmarnock ditto ditto D ; corporal punishment ditto D ditto | off furlough to Paisley; D ,80110 iSOlll 5S0112 180113 180114 I8Q115 180116 380117 580118 180119 Robert Fairlie James Donaldson John M'Cart Thomas Roache Archibald Pettigrew Peter Logan John Quilty Peter Fleming James Stewart Miles Lyons 1309 1279 430 656 923 1415 1372 1024 1428 717 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 83rd Foot ditto ditto ditto Renfrew Nevay, Forfar Ballagowan, Down Glasgow Blautyre, Lanark Glasgow Carballs, Waterford Curry, Sligo Glasgow Castlebar, Galway boilermaker, 19 labourer ,25 furnaceman 234 rope spinner collier nadlor labourer ditto ropemaker labourer 33 21} 18 J 24 22 2U 2.- H 6 It. brn 34 It brn 10 jdk. brn 6 brown brown dk. brn brown brown It. brn lit. brn grey grey hazel hazel hazel grey hazel hazol grey blue dark fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh faii- fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 9 Dec. 9 Dec. 14 Dee. 14 Dec. 11 Dec. 14 Dec. ditto ditto ditto ditto Aberdeen ditto Aldershot ditto ditto ditto ditto. * o Renfrew ditto to Forfar ditto to Kdmarneck ditto to Glasgow ; D D ; vaccination mark left arm mark of burn under left ear off furlough to Waterford ditto to Cull a, Sligo. ditto to Glasgow ditto to Dublin 345& 120 180121 2- 30182 180123 180124 3S0125 180126 IS0127 • 80128 8012H George Wilkinson Samuel Jones Hugh Cunningham Themes Doyle Charles McCabe Michael Muldoon Richard Lynan James Handrahan John Wilson Robert Cameron 687 698 658 11 1158 387 748 1278 ditto 88th Foot ditto ditto ditto 86TTI Foot SOtli Foot 91st Foot 92nd Foot ditto Sunderland, Durham London Morpeth, Northumb. Clonegal, Carlow Lisburn, Antrim Dublin ditto Thomastown, Kilinv Ayr Kirwinney, Inverness carpenter mason labourer ditto weaver miller puddler miner labourer. 214 19 19 224 27 20 17 21 § 181 194 18013* ! S0131 180132 180133 5S0134 580135 180136 188187 580138 < 80139 Robert Colquhoun Robert Gray Robert Bertram Andrew Templeton Chas. McManamy John Wm. Ryder William Johnston William Lockwood Timothy Quinlan Peter Reardon 1293 367 1171 954 844 17552 17436 ditto ditto ditto ditto 98th Foot 102nd Foot 109th Foot Royal H. Art, Boy. Artillery ditto Anderston, Lanark Alloa, Clackmannan Edinburgh Glasgow Ardstraw, Tyrone Manchester London Mountsorrel, Leic. Kilmore, Tipperary Charleville, Limerick hammermn. labourer baker servant labourer sawyer shoemaker blacksmith ditto labourer 211 24! 194 21 20! 20! 19 26 234 184 6 11 Gi 94 8! 7 6 7 4 4 18014U UOlil 580142 J80143 180144 80145 1 80146 180147 180148 € 0149 Richard Harris John Holloway Michael Stiff John McNamara John Smith Edward Mortimer James Long Joseph Reid Samuel Simms Alex. Stevenson 2327 79 1144 17495 775 17505 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 2nd Foot 4th Foot 8th Foot 14th Foot Leicester Loughborough, Leic. Worcester Limerick Dudley, Worcester Chelsea, London Glasgow Belfast Exeter Paisley, Benfrew frameknittr labourer ditto ditto wheeler labourer ditto hackler labourer riyetter 344 25J 26 224 344 21| 24 19 25 23 dk. brn brown brown It. bm It. bm sandy brown brown red brown It. bm brown dk. brn IT. brn dk. brn brown dk. brn brown black dk. brn brown dk. brn K. bin sandy brown It. brn brown brown brown brown grey It. brn grey grey brown grey grey grey hazel blue fair fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh florid fresh dark black; moleskin regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 14 Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Dec. 8 Dec. 14 Dec. 13 Dee. 8 Dec. 14 Dec. Leeds Aldershot ditto ditto ditto Templemre. Colchester Chatham Stirling recruit, attested off furlough to London ditto to Kelso, Roxburgh ditto to Cailow ditto to Portadown, Armagh off furlough to Dublin ditto took part of reg. nec. [ cheek off pass to Kignussie, Invert ess; starrt. hazel hazel grey blue blue grey hazel hazel blue hazel | fresh | freeh fresh pale fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto plain regimental tweed black; cord regimental grey ; blue regimental 10 Dec. 11 Dec. 11 Dec. 12 Dee. 14 Dec. 13 Dec. 15 Dec. 2 Dec. It Dec. 15 Dec. Ayr ' Paisley ditto Glasgow Colchester Chatham London Dublin Woolwich ditto hazel hazel blue grey grey brown hazel grey grey blue took part of reg. nee. ditto ditto off furlough to Strabane, Tyrone sear below right knee, hole in right ear ' S.' on back cf left hand; recruit tattooed 011 thighs and right arm fresh swarth fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto drab moleskin; cord blue; grey blue; black 15 Dec. 10 Dec. 10 Dee. 9 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Dec. 12 Dec. 16 Dec. 10 Dec. 12 Dec. Dover Gosport. Woolwich Warley Plymouth Warley Liverpool Bolton NewtnA'obt, Glasgow iff furlough t, o Leicester D ; broke out of barracks D off furlough to Liskeard, Cornwall oil pass to London recruit, not surgically inspected three teeth deficient; recruit rccruit, not surgically inspected ditto 180150 180151 1S0152 180163 1S& 154 380155 JS0156 180157 J80158 3015V Patrick McCarthy James Wilson David Lawrance John Mulhollon Patrick Craven John Taylor Wm. Motherwell Thomas Kennedy James Purdon William Gray 18th Foot 22nd Foot 42nd Foot 50th Foot 63rd Foot 64th Foot 71st Foot 86th Foot 91st Foot ditto Cork Leeds Glasgow ditto Liverpool Worcester Glasgow Waterford Glasgow Paisley, Benfrew puddler carpenter drawer shoemaker labourer ditto ditto ditto cottonspinr, dyer 24, 22 24 19 19 24 22 19 241 18 7 8 64 54 6 5 74 5 6 5 7 5 74 0 7 dk. brn dk. brn brown It. brn fair brown dk. brn brown dk. brn fair dk. brn blue grey hazel grey grey hazel hazel hazel blue dark dark pale fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fustian; cord blue; tweed tweed ditto black; cord white slop ; cord moleskin tweed black ; moleskin ditto 15 Dec. 8 Deo. 6 Dec. 8 Dee. 9 Dee. 13 Dec. 7 Dec. 11 Deo. 13 Dec. 13 Dee. Aberdare | LeoJs Glasgow Edinburgh Liverpool Woroester Glasgow Nwc'tlo- o- T Glasgow ditto ditt< ji dittb uitto^ Jv ditt< » > ditto ditto ditto recruit,'• approved recruit,- not surgically inspected ditto ,80160 180161 180162 180163 .380164 380166 ; 80166 1SOI67 • 80168 180169 W. Coddrington William Wright William Cam James Crosbie Fred. W. Love John Teasdale W. Hetherington John Gordon Timothy Good George Peny 754 595 1396 642 100 453 1081 ditto 105th Foot 2nd Dragoons ditto 13th HuBsars 14th Foot 34th Foot 39th Foot 49th Foot 53rd Fcot Kilmarnock, Ayr | Belfast Bothwell, Lanark South Leith, Ednbrgh Isle of Man Bootle, Cumberland Glasgow Castlebar, Mayo Cork Bedminster, Somerset tanner moulder miner clerk servant labourer shoemaker labourer shoemaker labourer 24 19 21 27 23 28! 25 27 22! 94| dark Igrey 51 jit. brn | blue brown black dk. brn dk. brn brown dk. brn brown grey 81- 10! 7! 7 4 6 41 8 brown blue grey brown brown hazel grey grey Ballow fresh dark dark fresh fresh freah fresh | fresh fair black; tweed ditto regimental ditto black regimental ditto ditto I ditto ditto 10 Dec. 8 Deo. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 27 Sept, 16 Dec. U Dec. 14 Dec. 12 Dec. ditto Belfast Edinburgh Aldershot Liverpool Wellingtn.* Colchester I off furlough Aldershot ! ditto Dublin I ditto Curragh I ditto ditto ditto off furlough to Holy town, Lanark ditto to Edinburgh rooruit, finally approved to Glasgow to Castlebar to Chester to Bristol * New Zealand : 80170 > 80171 ' S « 0172 J80173 i « CH74 iWlZb i0! 7(. : asoi7" 4 George Webb George Taylor John Johnson James Donnelly David Dunn Hugh Hughes Patrick Dunne John Johnson ter 833 60th Biflea 4041 ditto 61st. Foot ' ditto 88th Foot 105lh Fcot Roy al II. Art. Roy. Artillery Rifle Brigade 514 664 995 825 6363 1387 London Guildford, Surrey Chatham, Kent Edinburgh Shankhill, Antrim Llandudro Maryboro, Queens Hillingdon, Midd! esx, Dublin diito clock maker labourer sailor puir p borer plasterer labourer painter labourer baker 274 5 4, brown grey fresh ditto 14 Dec. London 284 5 6! brown grey sallow ditto 14 Dec. Guildford 24! 5 64 black grey dark ditto 12 Dec. Curragh 194 5 44 brown blue fresh ditto 12 Dec. ditto 24! 5 94 dk. bra blue sallow ditto 16 Dcc. Colchester 19 5 5 It. brn grey fresh black; white 16 Dec. Liverpool 244 5 9 brown grey fresh regimental 12 Dec. Dublin 25 5 94 dk. bm grey sallow ditto 20 Dec. Woolwich 234 5 8 dk. bm haze] dark ditto 17 Deq. Winchester 22 5 61 It, brn brown fresh. plaid; tweed 19 Dec. Liverpool ditto to London ditto to Guildford ditto ditto ditto to Belfast; scar, right groiu recruit, finally approved took part, of veg. nee. D D D ; escaped from hospital recruit, not, surgically inspected DESEBTEKS FROM THE MILITIA. omos NO. NAME. BEG. NO. CORPS. WHERE BOBN. TBADE. M a> - t SIZE.- HAIB. KYIS. PACE. COAX & TBOtTSEBS,' DATS OP DESBBTN. PLACE OF DESEBTION. MARKS AND REMARKS, 61635 64636 64637 64638 64639 G4640 64641 64642 64643 64644 Patrick Bryan James Ryan Daniel Hagerty 2 Thomas Kinchela 2 James Purcell 2 John Liddy 2 James Murray 2 Martin Costilloe 2 James Bryan 2 Patrick Kelly 256 3 276 235 286 313 351 352 358 379 388 Kilkenny* ^ ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto . ditto ditto Kilmoganny 6 April I 6 April' 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 April 6 April Cilkenny ditto i ditto ditto ditto s ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from training a England upp. in army ditto Kilkenny Owning Paulstown Muckalee Castlecomer Moneoin Johnswell Coon Tullow ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto - - — — — 1 _— .—- —— 1 _ 1; . ^ 64645 64646 64647 64648 64649 64650 64651 64652 64653 64654 Lawrence Dwyer 2392 ditto Rosbercon ditto _ . . , Edward Kelly John Murphy Patrick Phelan Patrick Tobin John Hornsey Peter Morris Samuel Davies William Cavanagh Richard Wilson 2399 2419 2152 2459 2 923 1080 1101 415 ditto ditto ditto ditto * Flint Rifles* ditto ditto Cardigan* Kilkenny Newmarket Lisdowney Thomastown Thaxted, Essex Holywell, Flint - ditto Ballinrobe, Mayo Newport, Pembroke ditto ditto ditto ditto sabintmakr. collier ditto abourer miner 35 19 25 22 JO 5 8 5 3 3 5 4i 5 H air 3k. brn dk. brn irown irown > rey ; rey lazel Trey Dlue ' resh ' resh resh resh ' resh 16 April 16 April .6 April .6 April 15 Sept. 18 Ajpril L8 April 18 April 7 April ditto ditto ditto ditto lyde Sold ditto ditto iberystwth ; one to America ditto * Isle of Wight Rifle Volunteer* * absent from training pockpitted * absent from training 64655 64656 64657 64658 64659 64660 64661 64662 64663 64664 Michael Moran John Slanton John Kearnes John Walsh Thomas Burke William May Luke Luddon Francis Mooney John Malone James Quinn 1221 2065 1903 2087 2117 1393 2169 1414 1442 1447 South Mayo* ditto ditto ' ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Tenlough, Mayo Ballinrobe Castlebar ditto ditto Clifden Westport Castlebar Westport Castlebar ' 6 5 7| 5 5 5 7 5 6 5 94 5 4 5 6 5 5 5 8f 5 41 irown Drown irown dk. brn irown ilack irown irown irown black 3 J une Westport ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto , * absent from training sear on left shin ditto ditto confectioner . abourer ditto Bhoemaker abourer iailor 24 24 23 23 25 25 20 26 21 ; rey » rey ; rey ilue - lazel ? rey < rey blue » rey resh resh sallow ' air sallow resh ' air reBh resh 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 64665 64666 64667 64668 64669 64670 64671 64672 64673 64674 Michael McGann Thomas Heveran Matthias Connolly John Toohey John Noon Thos. Monaghan Michael Lyons Patrick Rooney Patrick Heveran John Rusk 1151 ditto ?, 1 5 44 6 41 5 5 5 51 5 5 5 5 5 7 5 41 5 6 5 71 1473 1475 1480 1493 1530 1548 1551 1568 1578 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Clifden, Galway Balla, Mayo Clifden, Galway Ballinrobe, Mayo ditto ditto ditto Westport shoemaker abourer ditto ditto ditto Bhoemaker . abourer ditto ' room 21 21 22 22 30 24 24 25 21 dk. brn brown fair sandy brown brown Drown irown Drown Dlue grey blue grey blue grey Dlue grey lazel fair fresh fresh fresh sallow sallow fair fresh fair r— 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June, 3 June 3 June 3 June ditto ditto • ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto pockpitted 64676 Michael Dea 592 ditto Castlebar labourer 31 5 7 sandy blue fair 3 June ditto 61676 64677 64678 64679 64680 64681 64682 Patrick Murray Michael Burke Thomas Durdy John Connolly John Cunningham John Regan John Collins 1614, 1650 1665 1677 1681 1756 1759 1770 1783 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Clifden, Galway Ballaghadareen, Mayo Claremorris Swineford Westport ditto ditto ditto shoemaker butcher labourer tailor painter shoemaker 21 24 22 22 20 20 20 5 61 5 51 5 5 5 7 5 .41 5 51 5 5 brown brown brown brown brown blown brown bazel grey blue grey blue Dlue blue fair fair sallow fresh fair fair fresh 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar on right ey 64& S3 64684 Austin Joyce James Faraher ditto ditto ditto Ballinrobe labourer ditto 20 19 5 4 5 41 brown brown grey grey fair fair 3 June 3 June ditto ditto 64685 John Leonard 1788 ditto Ballaghadareen ditto 28 5 44 brown grey fresh 3 June ditto 64686 64687 64688 64689 64690 61691 64692 64693 64694 Patrick Ryder Michael Finn Patrick Joyce James Connelly Andr. Woodhouse George Keane Daniel Duggan Patrick Hyland Thomas Cavanagh 1791 1793 1803 1805 1813 1817 1821 1827 1833 ditto ditto ditto ditto* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Westport ditto Boffin ditto Westport Castlebar Ballinrobe ditto Westport ditto servant labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 22 19 19 18 20 20 23 19 18 5 51 5 41 5 4 5 4 5 61 5 5 5 9 5 4| 5 44 black brown brown brown black dk. brn dk. brn dk. brn brown bazel blue bazel grey bazel grey hazel blue blue fresh fresh fair fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fair 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 Juue 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 64695 John Fallow 1835 ditto Ballyhigue ditto 18 5 41 brown black fair — 3 June ditto 64696 64697 64698 64699 64700 64701 64702 64703 64704 Thomas Kitrick Thomas Faherty Michael Jennings Patrick Colleran Henry Mitchell Patrick Tury Michael Rieley Thomas Henelly Thomas Kavanagh 1837 1856 1859 1860 1863 1866 1883 1889 1893 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto WeBtport Boffin Westport Hollymount ditto Ballyhigue Hollymount Ballinrobe ditto ditto ditto ditto servant labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto 25 18 18 28 22 21 20 21 18 5 5 5 5 5 7} 6 54 5 61 5 7 5 4 5 5 5 41 brown black brown brown black brown brown brown brown grey hazel hazel grey hazel grey hazel grey blue fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fair — 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 64705 64706 64707 64708 64709 64710 64711 64712 64713 64714 John Biggins Daniel Connerly Owen Rowland Robert C. Tully Michael Dair Thomas Stanford Thos. Thompson John Connelly Dominick Nolan Patrick Kailty 1912 1916 1922 1931 1934 1943 1944 1946 1951 1956 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Ballinrobe Aglish Westport ditto Clairmorris ditto Westport Kilcommon Westport Castlebar ditto ditto ditto ditto ditti ditto servant labourer ditto shoemaker 20 26 28 20 20 20 20 19 19 29 5 71 5 10 5 8 5 91 5 51 5 44 5 7 5 6 5 4 5 74 brown brown brown red brown brown brown brown brown brown grey hazel blue grey blue hazel grey grey grey grey fair fresh fair fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 61715 64716 64717 64718 64719 64720 64721 64722 64723 64724 Martin Heraghty Dominick Quinn Mich. McGinness John Feelly Patrick McDonnell Patrick Higgins Matthew Malley Thos. McGinncss Thomas Morris Joseph Burke T972 1976 1983 1988 1989 1994 2006 2010 2021 2027 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Hollymount Newport ditto Balla Castle- bar Westport Castlebar Westport Achill Ballinrobe labourer ditto shoemaker labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 25 26 18 22 19 23 23 18 21 19 5 41 5 5| 5 4 5 6 5 61 5 51 5 7 5 61 5 5 5 51 brown black brown black brown brown brown dk. bin brown brown blue grey grey hazel grey grey- hazel hazel blue blue fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh 3 June 3 J une 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 Jusie 3 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ' ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 64725 64726 64727 64728 64729 64730 64731 64732 64733 64734 Thomas Lee John Heonna Patrick Nary Richard Joyce Thomas Kilcoyne Patrick Gaughen William Lovery Michael Enright Patrick Connerly Peter Monaghan 2041 2051 2057 209S 2113 2122 2123 2126 2127 2141 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Boffin ditto Westport ditto Castlebar Westport ditto Ballinrobe Achill Ballinrobe ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto < litto ditto painter labourer clerk 19 21 24 25 22 19 19 20 24 32 5 54 5 6 5 81 5 6J 5 9 J 5 8 5 5 5 84 5 54 5 8 brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown grey grey grey grey grey brown hazel hazel bazel blue fresh fresh fresh fair sallow fresh fresh fair fresh fresh —— 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar 011 cheek 64735 64736 64737 64738 64739 61740 64741 61742 64743 64744 John Flaherty John Donnellan Joseph McGinness John Ward Owen Cooney John Golden James Timony John Scahill Michael Gaven Richard Alled 2145 2148 2153 215£ 2J6C 216 217S 218C 2205 744 ditto j" ditto/ ditto * ditto ditto dit< 4 ditto ditto ditto i Glamorgan* Ballyhigue Ballinrobe Castlebar ditto Newport Castlebar Crossmolina Ballyhaunis Castlebar Liverpool labourer ditto saddler labourer ditto ditto ditto nailor blacksmith porter 23 21 19 21 23 18 20 22 21 26 5 44 5 6 5 9 5 9 5 6 5 5 6 6 5 44 5 7 5 8 black brown fair brown brown brown brown brown brown brown brown hazel blue blue blue blue hazel brown grey grey sallow fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh sallow sallow 3 June 3 June 3- June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 3 June 26 Sept. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Swansea scar on right elbow * absent from training 64745 64746 64747 64748 64749 64750 64751 64752 64753 64754 Joseph Atkins Thomas Bateman Henry Bevan Jonah Beynon John Beynon George Davies William Edmonds John Harris Thomas Jefferys John Jones 49 71 76 46 69 76 s 53 75 68 76 ditto ditto 1 ditto 3 ditto 2 ditto 5 ditto 5 ditto 2 ditto 3 ditto 6 ditto Swansea, Glamorgan Narberth, Pembroke Haverfordwest Llanelly, Carmarthei Llangenny, Glamrgn Haverfordwest Llanelly, Carmarthei Llanidloes, Montgom Llangadock, Carmthi Carmarthen plumber labourer painter sawyer . labourer shoemaker collier . mason a labourer puddler 19 26 19 25 20 19 22 28 22 23 5 6 5 8 5 8 5 10 5 6 5 8 5 9 5 9 5 8 5 8 brown It. brn dk. bri brown dk. bri brown [ It. brn r brown It,, brn It. brn hazel grey grey hazel hazel grey- hazel grey hazel grey jfair sallow fresh . fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fair 10 Oct. 26 Sept. 26 Sept. 10 Oct. 10 Oct. 26 Sept. 10 Oct. 26 Sept. 10 Oct. 26 Sept. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto at sea -— 64755 64756 64767 64758 64759 64760 64761 64762 64763 64764 Thomas Jones Philip Jones John Morgan William Morgan William Morgan James Pendle John Powell Edward W. Rosser Evan Rowlands John Smith 72 51 74 65 69 68 60 r 70 76 72 9 ditto 1 ditto 6 ditto 4, ditto 5 ' ditto 5 ditto 3 ditto 5 ditto 2 ditto 7 ditto Swansea, Glamorgai Loughor Cardigan Bedwelty, Monmout Cowbridge, Glamrgi Morriston Plymouth Swansea, Glamorgai Morriston Bristol hobbler weaver saddler a puddler i. boilermake groom ditto i labourer ditto shoemaker 27 30 32 26 r 23 22 22 23 22 20 5 8 5 9 5 6 5 9 5 6 5 8 5 6 5 8 5 8 6 1 4 dk. br 1 It. bra brown brown 1 brown dk. br light It. brr It. brr 1 It. bri n hazel hazel blue dk. bn grey n brown grey blue grey hazel fresh fair dark a fresh fair swartl fresh fair sallow fair 26 Sept 10 Oct. 26 Sept 10 Oct. 10 Oct. 10 Oct. 10 Oct. 26 Sept 26 Sept 26 Sept ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto at sea » PESERTKRS frKQM THE MILITIA, ( continued), CFFIOE so. NAM* BEG. NO. W! I KLLB BOBN, 61765 64766 61767 64708 64769 61770 64771 64772 64773 61774 William Thomas William Thomas Daniel Williams Edward Williams Leonard Hospital Robert Hughes Thos. Richardson John Rusk John Conlon John Kelly 680 730 703 696 1115 1310 1442 1566 1631 1658 Glamorgan* ditto ditto ditto Armagh* 1 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Swansea, Glamorgan ditto ditto Cam Avon Donacloney, Down Tullylish Tartaraghan, Armagh Seagoe Armagh I Loughgall collier labourer ditto file cutter weaver ditto ditto ditto labourer ditto 1 « IZB. j HAIR. EYES. PACE. COAT & IRtfTOWffl CI D. SRTN. PLACE OP DESERTION. MARKSGtero REMARKS. r lt. brn brown brown dk. brn dk. brn brown lt. brn brown brown brown grey blue blue blue hazel grey blue blue blue grey fail- fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 10 Oct, 26 Sept. 26 Sept. 10 Oct. 6 June 6 Jane 6 June 6 June 6 Jute 6 June Swansea ditto ditto ditto Armagh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 64775 61776 64777 61778 64779 64780 61781 61782 64783 61781 Samuel Leckey James Young Edward Haughey Rich. Livingstone Edward Atkinson James Trodden William Loney James Best Robert Murphy George Baird 1691 1793 181.0 1817 1827 1920 2102 2213 2298 2319 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Shankhill, Antrim Mullabrack, Armagh Magheralin Armagh Shankhill, Antrim Kilmore, Armagh Tartaraghan Lougilly ditto ditto weaver ditto labourer ditto weaver ditto ditto ditto brown lt. brn brown brown brown black brown lt. brn lt. brn black grey grey hazel blue grey hazel brown lt. bm hazel brown fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh June June June June Tune June June June June 6 June in gaol supp. in Scotland gone to America ditto transported gone to America " gone to Australia ^ gone to Scotland gone to Queensland gone to America ditto ditto gone to Scotland j gone to America supp. in Glasgow I gone to Isle of Man 64785 64786 64787 64788 64789 64790 64791 64792 64793 64791 Thomas Keenan John Mathers Thomas Conlon James Dougherty Patrick Murphy Alexander Pringle Richard Johnston Thomas Mallon Henry McGrann William Carson 2322 2333 2335 2364 2445 2514 2520 2533 2539 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Drumcree Shankhill, Antrim Clonfeacle, Armagh Manchester Nwtwnhmltn, Armgh Armagh Loughgall Tynan Shankhill, Antrim ditto ditto, ditto* ditto shoemaker labourer weaver ditto labourer weaver ditto 5 4 5 10 5 4 5 6 5 4i black dk. brn fair dk. brn dk. brn lt. brn brown sandy brown brown grey- grey brown brown hazel grey ; hazel- j hazel hazel sallow fair fresh fresh fresh iresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 6 June 6 June June June June June June June J une 6 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto supp. in England supp. in Liverpool gone to Queensland enlisted ditto gone to America supp. enlisted at Liver enlisted gone to America \ 64795 64796 61797 64798 64799 64800 64801 64802 64803 64804 George Ruddle Joseph Beatty James Lynch William Keenan James Sands Robert McGuire James Templeton Joseph Baldwin 2620 2674 2890. 2951 2995 1790 3765 3468 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Kerry* lstW. Yk. Rfls ditto Donacloney, Down Mullabrack, Armagl Kilrnore Knocknamuckley Ardfert, Kerry Manchester Clayton, York labourer weaver ditto labourer weaver musician ditto ditto 20 25 24 19 19 26! 33i 5 8i, 5 Si 5 104 5 6 5 7 5 11 5 4i 5 7 black biviwn brown black lt. brn lt. bm brown brown grey grey grey hazel brown brown blue grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh sallow plain ditto 6 June 6 June 6 June 23 May 23 May 21 Oct. 24 Nov. 24 Nov. clitto ditto ditto ditto ditto Tralee Pontefract ditto ditto gone to England gone to Australia gone to America •> gene to Queensland X. ! * abse. took part of reg. nec. nose crooked ADMIRALTY, December 27, 1864. Description of Deserters, Stragglers, and Men Discharged from Her Majesty's Sea Service, NAME. SHIP DESEETED 03 DIS- CHARGED PBOM. DATE. EATING. SIZE. WHEBB BOE> 7. HAIB. EXES. PA02. MARKS AND REMARKS. William Binnington W. Walsh Robert W. Burton Nimrod Culver Robert O'Connell JoBb. Battershall William Graham William Carter John Kelly R. O'Connell Robert Orchard John Woods James Griffiths Charles Hurst John King George Hammond J. Searle R. Ireland J. Harrell John Purchase John Kervill Thomas White William Bax John Daley John Sullivan Robert Webber Henry Horsman James Corighan Benjamin Cuddiford Henry Gill William Alphage William Barbrey William Breen James Carter Charles Collier J. Parsley S. Joyce James Lowe Henry Clark William Ratcliffe John Sully Robert Wright William Carre James Carlyle Richard Knott George Ogilvie John Clark H. Godwin James Butcher Benjamin Court Thomas Cook James Burton Alfred Frampton Alexander Jermy Charles Diggon Robert Harper George Bullock Charles Higgins Robert Marmoy James Sutherland Cameleon, deserter Excellent, straggler Enterprise, straggler Achilles, straggler Excellent, straggler Edgar, straggler ditto ditto Cumberland, deserter Excellent, straggler Aurora, straggler ditto ditto ditto Dauntless, deserter Trident, deserter Excellent, straggler ditto ditto Asia, straggler ditto Prince Consort, ditto ditto ditto ditto Salamis, sfi- Liverpool, straggler Impregnable, discharged ditto Research, straggler ditto Achilles, straggler ditto Prince Consort, straggler ditto Liverpool, straggler Fisgard, straggler Prince Consort, ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Geyser, deserter Excellent, straggler Edgar, straggler ditto ditto > ditto ditto Dauntless, deserter Prince Consort, deserter ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 5 Nov. 21 Dec. 19 Dec. 19 Doe. 20 Dec. 16 Dec. 16 Dec. 19 Dee. 5 Dee. 19 Dec. 11 Dec. 8 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 Deo. 4 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. 16 Dec. 16 Dec. 14 Dec. 14 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dee. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. 15 Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Dee. 12 Dec, 12 Dec. 12 Dee. 10 Dec. 12 Dec. 9 Dee. 9 Dec. 12 Dec. 12 Dec. 7 Dee. 4 Dec. 8 Dee. 8 Dec. Dee, Dec. Dec. Dec. Dee. Dec. 8 Dec. 7 Dee. 8 Dec. 8 Dec. 8 Dec. 8 Dec. 23 Nov. ' 23 Nov. 123 Nov. 123 Nov. 123 Nov. ! 23 Nov. 125 Nov. lieutenant - Beverley, Yorkshire — — A. B. 23 5 8 Oare, Kent brown grey fair ditto 20 5 8 Lincoln dark hazel I ward- room steward 28 5 9 Folkestone, Kent brown hazel | private, R. Marines 16 4 9 Chatham brown grey fresh A. B. 26 5 £ 4 Ashburton, Devon light hazel . ditto 24 5 8 Gareton, Lancashire Murseley, Surrey brown blue ditto 30 5 5 ' It. brn hazel stoker, 2nd class 19 5 Wensbury, Stafford lt. brn hazel boy, 2nd class 15 4 9 Chatham brown grey fresh ordinary 22 5 5 Hammersmith, Middlx. dk. brn hazel boy, 1st class 17 5 3 Chelsea, London dk. bm brown ward- room servant 18 5 6 Pembroke lt. brn grey ship's corporal 27 5 8 Leicester lt. brn grey A. B. 26 5 44 Birmingham brown grey — gunner, R. M. A. 22 5 10 Stow Upland, Suffolk brown brown — A. B. 26 5 9 Balham, Surrey brown grey air ditto 22 6 5 London black blue ruddy ditto 23 21 5 9 Moreton brown dark blue Fair painter, una class 5 4 Portsmouth dark « — stoker 22 5 44 Salisbury dark blue boy, 1st class 16 5 4 Spitalfields, London dk. brn hazel _ ordinary 20 5 24 Ramsgate, Kent sandy blue — ditto 25 5 4 Cork brown dark boy, 1st class 17 5 2} ditto brown blue ordinary 20 5 3 Worcestor brown bluo ditto 20 5 6 Dymchurcb, Kent It. bm blue stoker 27 5 9 Dundalk brown grey ordinary 21 5 6 Morrioetown, Devon light grey boy, 2nd class 16J 5 n London dk. brn brown dark ditto 16 5 3 Greenwich, Kent dk. brn grey dark junner, R. M. A. 27 5 9 Harwich, Essex brown blue A. B. 29 5 9 Modbury, Devon dark dark stoker 27 5 9 Brighton brown grey gunner, R. M. A. 28 5 8 Gloucester light blue private, R. Marines 20 5 6 Barnstaple, Devon dk. bm hazel A. B, 26 5 4 Chatham dark hazel di'to 24 5 44 Chelsea, London dark hazel ordinary, 2nd clas3 21 5 4 Walworth, Surrey brown blue private, R. Marines 30 5 6 Penturf, Glamorgan black blue ditto 27 5 7 Stoganey, Somerset dk. brn hazel ditto _ 5 8 Smallborough, Norfolk lt. bm hazel ditto 27 5 9 Southampton brown blue _ ditto 29 5 10| Carlisle light grey ditto 28 5 8 Brent, Devon Devonport dark brown ordinary 21 5 6 brown hazel ditto 22 5 9 Wapping, Middlesex brown blue private, R. Marines 26 5 7 Grey town light blue fair A. B. 21 5 6 Washington, Sussex It. brn blue ditto cutter 22 29 5 3 54 Wells lt. bm grey — coxswain, 5 Dun'fermline, Fife brown grey — A. B. 23 5 8 BrockinliurBt, Hants brown blue boy, 1st class 20 5 44 Portsmouth dk. bm grey ordinary, 2nd class 22 5 54 Bethnal- green, London black dark A. B. • 21 5 64 Cambridge It, bm blue — boy, 1st class 17 5 14 Reading brown hazel — • ditto 16 5 0 FinBbury, London brown grey ^ ditto 16 5 3 Westminster light grey ditto 16 5 0 Shoreditch brown grey ___ ordinary 18 5 0 Waterford 1 light grey — £ 3 reward £ 1 reward served in Arrogant an l R'Syal Oak ship on left arm s served in Excellent served in Excellent crucifix on right arm, flag on left; served in Duke of Wellington £ 3 reward served in Melpomene served in Blenheim served in Wolverine ditto served in Castor, Brunswick, and Mars ditto served in Implacable served in Royal Oak served in Mersey and Blenheim served in Indus and Implacable served iu Trafalgar and Duke of Wellington £ 1 reward served in Arrogant, Victory, and Hannibal ditto served in Scourge 15s. reward served in London scar on forehead, small ^ es. short nose £ 1 reward ditto served in served in Asia served in Mars served in Hornet and 15s. reward served in served in Fisgard, Royai served in Donegal and ~ squints served in Hero and HeiI served in Nile and Sa', served in James Watt served in Liverpool serve! in Duke of ditto ship and bracelet on rig] served in Donegal served in St. Vincent £ 3 reward mark of b ditto ditto ditto ditto ditro ditto served scar under, Berved in ditt served i: served in'tffi No reward will be given in these cases if apprehended within the precincts of a port where a regular Police is organized, but all reasonable expenses will be paid, DESERTERS FROM THE ROYAL MARINES. NAME. DIVISION. WHEBE BOBN. TRADE. s SIZE. HAIB. EYES. PACE. COAT & TBOTJSEBS. DATE OP PLACE OP -< l DESERTN. DESERTION. 214 5 4 lt. brn grey fresh uniform 16 Dec. Chatham 20} 5 64 brown grey fresh undress uniform 15 Dec. Forton 22 5 6 dk. bm grey fresh 16 Dec. Woolwich 20 5 Bi sandy blue fresh 16- Dec. ditto 244 5 54 dark blue fresh undress uniform 15 Dec. Chatham 29! 5 6 dk. brn lt. brn fresh 16 Dec. ditto 26} 5 8 brown grey pale undress uniform 25 Nov. Plymouth 29 5 6 dk. bm blue fair ditto 9 Dec. Chatham 28 5 8 lt. bm blue fresh ditto 4 Dec. Forton 30 5 9! brown hazel fair uniform 13 Dec. Portsmouth MARKS AND REMARKS. Thomas Hall George Williams* Henry Assan William Swindles* James Madden Abraham Steven Frederick Bolton John Coghlan* Thomas Barry John Davies* Chatham'! Portsmouth Woolwich ditto Chatham ditto Plymouth Chatham Portsmouth R. Marine Art. Doncaster Wolverhampton Mansfield, Notts Stockport, Cheshire St. Pancras, London Sharpies, Lancashire Glastqpbury, Somerst London Cork Chepstow, Monmouth blacksmith labourer collier striker clerk carter" filemaker labourer ditto ditto off furlough to Waterford * alias Henry Smith tattooed on right arm, scar on groin l- 1 * aliaB Jackson '• P. B.' on right arm D; discharged * alias White * alais William George LONDON; PRINTED FOR IIEI; MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE BY HARRISON AND SONS, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, W. C.
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