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The Police Gazette

17/05/1871

Printer / Publisher: Harrison and Sons HMSO
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 5044
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Date of Article: 17/05/1871
Printer / Publisher: Harrison and Sons HMSO
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Volume Number:     Issue Number: 5044
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POLICE GAZETTE. fee CONTAINING 1 . The substance of all Informations received in oases of Felony and of Misdemeanors of an aggravated nature, and against Receivers of Stolen Goods, reputed Thieves, and Offenders escaped from Custody, with the time, the place, and the circumstance of the Offence. The Names of Persons charged with Offences who are known but not in custody, and a Description of those who are not known, their Appearance, Dress, and other marks of Identity. The Names of Accomplices and Accessories, with every particular which may lead to their Apprehension. A Description, as accurate as possible, of Property that has been stolen, and a minute Description of Stolen Horses for the purpose of tracing and recovering them. No. 5044 WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1871. Notice.— It is requested that all communications for the purpose of obtaining or giving information respecting supposed offenders, or stolen property, may bear the Signature of the person requiring or sending the same, and all applications in reference to the POLICE GAZETTE may be made and addressed to Ms. W. D. BURNABY, the Editor, Police Court, Bow Street, London, W. C. Whenever it is desired that any person should be appre- hended, and the Name is given, it is indispensably necessary that an Information should be made and sworn to before a Magistrate, of the Offence charged, and an attested copy thereof, together with the Advertisement, forwarded to the Editor for insertion. As no charge is made for the insertion of any article in the POLICE GJ^ ZETTE, all' L. etters addressed to the Editor must be isrepatd, otherwise the insertion will not be made. It is requested that the Names and Descriptions of Deserters and Absent^" from the Militia, as well as those from the regui 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. INFORMATIONS. in moleskin trousers and waistcoat, white cotton slop, navvy boots, and imitation sealskin cap ; the other about 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, dark complexion, dark whiskers, chin shaved, dark hair, and slender figure ; dressed in moleskin trousers and waistcoat,' grey woollen jacket, slender boots, and dark cloth cap, with leather peak. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Fowler, Penrith, or at the County Chief Constable's Office, Carlisle.— Bow- street, May 10. Avery, Court House, Mark Cross; or at any Police Station in East Sussex.- Bow- street, May 15. MURDER AND MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING. Charged with Stabbing Henry George Hunt, potman at the Black Boy public- house, Whitecross- street, a man 22 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, fresh complexion, red hair, grey eyes" pug nose ; dressed in black frock coat, cord trousers, plaid scarf, and felt hat. Known in the neighbourhood.— Metropolitan Police, G Division, May 17. Charged with the attempted murder of Edward Marr, on the 6th instant : a man, 35 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fair complexion, light hair, slight built, small tuft on chin and sandy moustache; dressed in a black coat, torn ana mended in several places, dark ribbed trousers, side- spring boots, red shirt, and round felt hat.— Metropolitan Police, K Division, May 10. ARSON AND WILFUL BURNING. On the night of the 13th ultimo, a rick of Hay, the pro- perty of Dr. M. G. Evans, of Narberth, situate at Captain Stile near that town, was set on fire and destroyed. A reward of ,£ 100 will be paid by a Committee of the inhabitants of Narberth, and a further sum of J100 is offered by Her Majesty's Government, for such information as may lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders, who set the said rick on fire. And Her Majesty's principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, will advise the grant of Her Majesty's Gracious Pardon to any any accomplice ( not being the actual incendiary), who will < rive such evidence as shall lead to a like result. Information to be given to Superintendent Evans, Pembroke, or to Chief Constable Stokes, Police Office, Haverfordwest.— Bow- street, May 15. The greenhouse or conservatory at Chirk Castle, the residence of Col. Biddulph, the Lord Lieutenant of the county of Denbigh, was blown up with gunpowder or some other explosive material, on the night of the 15th or morning of the 16th March last, the explosive material was contained in a japanned oblong tin cannister, such as is used for storing tea, on the bottom of the cannister in the centre is a figure ' 3' indicating a 3 lb. size, there has been a retail private, or selling mark, also on the bottom near one corner 1M. 7,' written with a pointed instrument, but had been partially erased previous to the explosion. Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department will advise the grant of a free pardon to any person or persons ( not being the principals or instigators) who shall give such evidence as shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the said principals or instigators of the above offence. ,£ 200 reward will be paid on conviction of . the offender or offenders. Information to be cdven to Deputy Chief Constable Bradshaw, Wrexham, Den- bighshire.— Bystreet, May 15. BURGLARY AND HOUSE BREAKING. Between 3 and 4 p. m. on the 11th instant, the house of William Bartham, at Tamworth, was broken and entered, and stolen therein : ,£ 8 10s. in Gold, two silver Tea Spoons, and five German silver ditto. Supposed by a tall man, with dark whiskers, dressed in dark clothes aud silk hat; and a short man, with light moustache, no whiskers, and dressed in dark clothes and low- crowned hat; they called at the houses in the neighbourhood, showing dress patterns, aud stated that their van was coming behind, which was false. Information to be given to Inspector Harris, Henley- in- Arden, Warwick- shire.— Bow- street, May 15. On the morning of the 7tli instant, the dwelling- house of Mrs. Elizabeth Wilcocks, Wribbenhall, near Bewdley, was entered by means of a false key, and five small silver Tea Tea Spoons, marked ' A. | R. M.,' and twelve ditto, larger size, marked ' S. | E. W.,' were stolen therein. Information to be given to Superintendent Freeman, Stourbridge, Wor- cestershire.^-— Boio- street, May 12. During the night of the 7th instant, the dwelling- house of Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, of Lower Walton, Cheshire, was broken into and stolen therein : an old- fashioned gold Watch, capped and jewelled, gold dial, had attachsd an old- fashioned gold Guard Chain, much worn, a small gold Key, four bits of glass round the barrel, and a square gold ditto ; a gold Bing, set with one diamond ; a gold Keeper Bing, marked round with cuts ; a large gold Brooch, white glass in centre, the pin bent a little at the end ; a pair of old- fashioned Sugar Tongs, marked ' ;' and a pair of woman's elastic- side Boots, recently heeled, and have been stitched outside the heels with black cotton ; a new black cloth Jacket, with a pockct outside each skirt; a new pair of black cloth Trousers; a new black cloth Yest, boy's size ; and a blue plaid bundle Hand- kerchief. £ W 10s. reward will be paid to any person giving such information as will lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders and recovery of the property, or in proportion to the amount recovered. In- formation to be given to Superintendent Aston, Runcorn, or to Sergeant Morris, Stockton Heath, near Warrington. — Bow- street, May 12. Stolen from Chown's Pool, Plymtree, during the night of the 8th ultimo, the property of Mr. Robert Prouse, a black mare Pony, aged, 1H hands high, white star on forehead, mane on the left side, grey hairs about the head, hair off both knees, and rubbed about the shoulders and back by the harness. If stolen, a reward will be paid by the owner on conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Superintendent Collins, Devon Constabulary, Cul- lompton.— Bow- street, May 12. Stolen on the night of the 9th instant, from Gallywood Common, Chelmsford, the property of George Clark, a dark bay Pony, 7 years old, 13 hands high, white face, down to right side of nose, two hind and one near fore foot white, tail cut even with hocks, white star close to saddle on off side, strikes the ground with near fore foot, and in good condition; a home made Cart, with odd steps, lattice seat, small door in back fastened with a pin, and painted black; and a set of Harness, nearly new, back strap and tugs quite new, the name ' George Clark,' in large letters on back of cart; sup- posed gone in the direction of Herts. Information to be given to Superintendent Dobson, Police Station, Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex.— Bow- street, May 12. Further information respecting the dark bay mare Ponj', stolen from a stable at Watling- street, Wellington, as adver- tised in the Police Gazette of the 26th ultimo, it has an old stake- mark which has been sewn up in the thick part of right thigh, and is partly covered with the tail.. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Richardson, Welling- ton, Salop.— Bow- street, May 12. St, leu during the night of the 9th instant, from a field at Theydon Bois, the property of Charles A. Wicks, farmer, a white and roan Cow, in full milk, horns pointing upwards. Information to be given to Superintendent Simpson, Police Station, Epping, Essing.— Bow street, May 12. Stolen during the night of the 7th instant, from a field at Theydon Garnon, the property of Mr. Charles Williams, a farmer : a bay cart Horse, about 16| hands high, aged, white star on forehead, white spot above the off fore hoof, short mane and tail, and in low condition. Information to be given to Superintendent Simpson, Police Station, Epping, Essex. -- Bow- street, May 10. Stolen in the borough of Maldon on the night of the 7th instant, the property of Robert Blaxall, butcher, Full- bridge : a dark bay horse Pony, 9 years old, 12 hands high, black legs, mane, and tail, cut short, small white mark down the nose, scar over left eye and on left knee ; also a brown mare Pony, 5 years old, 11 hands high, and very small head. Information to be given to Head Constable King, Police Station, Maldon, Essex.— Bow- street, May 10. The cottage of William Page, of Saint Leonards, borough of Bridgnorth, was broken and entered between 3 and 7 p. m. on the lst inst., and a silver Watch, No. 2768, £ 1, two Half- sovereigns, and 15s. stolen therein ; supposed by tramps Information to be given to Head Constable Cole, Borough Police Office, Bridgnorth.— Bow- street, May 10. ROBBERY AND LARCENY FROM THE PERSON. On the 12th instant, Ellen Barber was robbed of a Purse and 7s. 6d. in Silver, on the highway, Wooler, Northumber- land : by a man 30 to 40 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, brown hair, ginger whiskers and moustache ; dressed in dark brown frock coat, and of dirty appearance. Information to be given . to Superintendent Marshall, Lowick, Northum- berland.— Bow- street, May 17. Stolen from the person on the afternoon of the 5tli inst., in Longvvathty, near Penrith : a silver patent lever Watch, maker Wilson, Appleby ; one Half- sovereign; two Half- crowns ; a brass Tobacco Box ; and a nearly new white cotton Slop, torn on the back of collar. Supposed by two navvies, one 25 years of age, 5 feet JO inches high, dark complexion, i whiskers " or beard, brown hair, a^'- j stout figure ; dressed HORSE AND CATTLE STEALING. The iron grey cart Mare, stolen from Monk Frystone, advertised in the Police Gazette of the 2nd November last, is supposed now to have a foal. £ 5 reward will be paid on recovery of the mare, and conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Superintendent Wardle, West Riding Constabulary, Selby.— Bow- street. May 17. Stolen from a field in the parish of Old Dally, Leicester- shire, between 11 a. m. on the 14th and 4 p. m. on the 15th instant : a light chesnut Horse, 3 years old, 14 hands high, white face, little white on the off fore foot, white near hinc. foot, switch tail, in fair condition. Information to be given to Superintendent Piatt, Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.— Bow- street, May 17. Stolen during the night of the 3rd instant from the Village Farm, " Upton Warren, the property of T. D. Botteley, Esq.: two white- faced ewe Sheep, in the wool, the lambs have been recently taken from them, they are in good, condition, and ruddle- marked between the shoulders. £ lp rewan" will be paid to any person who shall give such information that shall lead to the conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Superintendent Bevan, Police Statiou, Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.— Bow- street, May 15. LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT. Description of JOHN McCARNEY, charged with stealing a green plaid Coat, a pair of cord Trousers, a woollen Shirt, a cloth Cap and a Yest, from his master, on the 15th instant: 25 years of age, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, stout make, black curly hair, full face ; he is wearing the stolen clothes ; is a sweep, and has worked in Liverpool, Manchester, and other large towns. A warrant has been issued for his apprehension. Information to be given to Chief Superinten- dent Glossop, Birmingham.— Bow- street, May 17. Absconded from Portsmouth, charged with stealing £ 5 : EMMA BIGGS, about 18 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high, pale complexion, slightly built; dressed in black bonnet, jacket, and dress ; has been in service as housemaid. Infor- mation to be given to Chief Superintendent Barber, Ports- mouth, who holds a warrant for her apprehension.— Bow- street, May 17. Absconded on the 9th instant, charged with embezzling £ i from No. 24, High- street, Notting- hill, a carman : 26 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, fresh complexion, and dark brown hair ; dressed in cord trousers, black vest, white slop, and deerstalker hat.— Metropolitan Police, T Division, May 17. Absconded on the 13tli instant, charged with stealing from 9, Connaught- sq., Paddington, £ 15 in Gold and Silver, a female Servant : 35 years of age, 5 feet 2 inches high, dark complexion and hair, and small warts under chin; dressed in black barege dress with orange spots, and black shawl and bonnet, black imitation wheat timming,— Metropolitan Police, D Division, May 17. Stolen from a field at Caethro, near Welshpool, during the night of the 12 th instant : a brown cart Mare, 3 years old, strong make, and has white down the face, and on hind fetlock ; also a black, aged, cob Mare, clipped last winter, the property of Pryce Yearsley, Esq., who will pay a reward of £ 5 on conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Superintendent Streft'ord, Welshpool, Mont- gomeryshire.— Bow- street, May 15. Stolen on the night of the 6th instant, the property of George Pole : a light dun- coloured mare Pony, 12 hands high, 6 years old, short ears, dark mark down the back, black legs, mane, and tail, in good condition, and had a foal last year. Information to be given at the Chief Constable's Office, Lewes ; to Superintendent Peerless, Uckfield ; to Sergeant Absconded on the 12tli instant, charged with stealing, from No. 26, Duke- street, Grosvenor- square, £ 45 iu bank Notes, and a Bank- book, with the name ' Jacob Dege' inside, a collector : 26 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, sallow oom- plexiou, aud dark hair and eyes ; dressed in a dark blue frock coat, light fancy vest, light trousers, and high black hat.— — Metropolitan Police, C Division, May 17. Stolen from the Royal Oak beerhouse, Abercarn, in the parish of Mynyddyslwyn, Monmouthshire, on tbe 14th ult.: a silver Geneva Watch and Chain ( since found pledged at a pawnshop in Broadmead, Bristol).. By SOLOMON LEVI, a Jew, about 25 years of age, about 5 feet 5 inches high, very dark swarthy complexion, dark curly hair, and black mous- tache ; dressed in an old light brown overcoat, shepherd's plaid trousers ( small pattern), and black bowler hat; lie is a tramping glazier, and carries a ciate of glass. Information \ II m to be given to Superintendent Fowler, Constabulary Office, Tredegar Ironworks, Monmouthshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, May 17. Absconded, charged with stealing from No. 65, " Warwick- gardens, Kensington, in September last : ten Spoons, four table and six dessert ; six large Forks, fiddle pattern, and all plated ; four silver Tea Spoons, crest— a dragon ; two mourn- ing Kings, one set with single diamonds, the other set with pearls ; nine Sheets, four linen and five cotton ; four damask- Table Cloths, marked < B' in ink. A female servant, 50 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, and stoops ; dressed m brown dress, black shawl, black lace bonnet, with pink flowers. Supposed to have gone to her husband who is employed as a clerk at Newcastle- on- Tyne, or one of the seaport towns on the coast of Scotland. — Metropolitan Police, T Division, May 17. « Stolen from Ashtead, Surrey, on the 12th instant, an old- fashioned gold Geheva Watch, with embossed back; and a gold link Chain. By a tramp about 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, red face, dark whiskers ; dressed in dark clothes, a black wide- a- wake or hard felt hat. He was traced to Epsom. Information to be given to Superintendent Page, Surrey Con- stabulary, Dorking, or at the Police Station, Letherhead.— Bow- street, May 15. . _ Description of a woman charged at Chester with stealing Wearing Apparel from a house in which she had lived a few- days as domestic servant; she is about 24 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, dark complexion, dark wavy hair ; dressed in the stolen property, viz., a bright violet- coloured dress and dark brown linsey cloak with cape. She had been in the Chester Female Home for a short time, and is now supposed to have gone to Liverpool or Congleton. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Town Hall, Chester.— Bow- street, May 15. Absconded from Latchford, in the borough of Warring- ^ , ton, Cheshire : THOMAS BROWN, assistant overseer and ' geen at Sauston, Cambs, he was then wearing a high black giey eyes, small brown moustache and whiskers, slender made, short sighted, and walks quickly ; dressed in a suit of dark grey- tweed, and black felt hat. £ 10 reward. Informa- tion to be given to Chief Constable Keenan, Borough Police, Northampton.- Boio^ kreet, May 12. Stolen on the^ Bt instant, from No. 29, Aske- street, Hoxton, a gold open- faced keyless Geneva Watch, maker Defurge, Regent- street, and a gold Guard attached. By a man servant, 28 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, fair com- plexion, slight moustache ; formerly kept the ' Flying Horse' public- house, Hackney.— Metropolitan Police, N Division, May 12. Stolen between 6 and 7 p. Wi. on the 6th instant, from No. 49, Sussex- street, Pimlico, £? 5 in Gold and some Silver, a small silver Geneva Watch, blue enamel- back, No. 1308, and a long silver Guard attached. By a private in the K Company, 2nd Battalion, Rifle Brigade, 21 years 6f Sge, 5 feet 11 inches high, dark complexion and hair, cross Has ® . and ring on middle finger right hand, ' Fletcher' on back of left in ink ; is a native of Greenwich, and has friends at Poplar' wher, e he is likely to go.— Metropolitan Police, B Division, May 12.| Further information respecting JAMES G. RODGERS, the man charged with stealing two gold Watches and other property at the Bull public- house, Bishop Stortford ( as advertised in the Police Gazette of the 3rd instant;) one of the watches is numbered 99042; this matt deserted from Aldershot on the 6th ult.; he was a Sergeant, ^- th Brigade, Boyal Artillery; Superintendent Pitre, of St. Albans, Herts, holds a warrant for his apprehension for a similar offence at the Woolpack public- house, St, Albans; and he has also com- mitted several offences in the neighbourhood of Aldershot; he has been traced to the Bell public- house at Stanstead, Essex, where he left his uniform in the bed- room ; he has also been traced to Chesterford— he slept there two nights and left the stolen coat in pawn for bis lodgings ; he has been fresh complexion, grey eyes, light brown hair, small ginger whiskers ;: dressed in black Oat. calf- skin vest, drab trousers, and black billycock hat; he is supposed to be seeking employ- ment in or near London, he left Watford in that direction. Information to be given to Head Constable George, Dun- stable, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, May 10. Absconded, DAVID JAMES LEWIS, late of Old Market- street, Bristol, tobacco manufacturer, and MAURICE DE HAAS, of No. 222, Whitechapel- road, London, cigar manufacturer, charged on a warrant with conspiring to obtain by false pretences, from the Atlas Assurance Company, the sum of £ 1000 : Lewis is about 40 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, square built, fair complexion, dark hair and moustache, wears his hat on one side, and of smart appearance. De Haas is about 40 years of age, about 5 feet 7 inches high, dark complexion, hair, and moustache ; he is well known in the cigar trade throughout the country. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Handcock, Central Police Station, Bristol. - Bow- street, May 10. collector of Poor Bates for the township of Latchford, and also Registrar of Births and Deaths for the district of Latchford : he is about 40 years of age, about 5 feet 9 inches high, sallow hat, and enquiring the way to Peterborough, saying he wanted to go to Yorkshire to visit his friends; he is a native of Halifax, and says he has a relative in the Yorkshire Consta- complexion, grey eyes, brown hair, deeply pockpitted, talks : bulary. ' Information to be given to Superintendent Byder, slowly, has an impediment in his speech, and is a native of Bishop Stortford, Herts.— Bow- street, May 12. Cheshire; he is charged with embezzlement. Information to j , nn. DTM oivmu ,.,• f .. be given to Chief Constable Hunt, Warrington, Cheshire.— 1 Description of CHARLES SAVAGE, a soldier of the Bow- street May 15. : 82nt* Regiment, who has absconded from Portsmouth, charged ' ; with stealing £ 28 10s.: about 21 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches Absconded on the 10th instant, charged with stealing 1 ] 1igj1) dark brown hair, grey eyes, fresh complexion, no seven pieces of black Silk ( 388 yards, viz., 99 yards of bright whiskers, and slight light moustache : dressed in pilot cloth Glac6, with white edges ; 89 ditto, with violet edges; _ 80 yards coat; dark mixture trousers, round felt hat, and military socks* of Gros- grain, with broad white edges ; 30 yards with white an( j ^ irt; he is of' gentlemanly appearance, and very fond of edges ; 35 ditto, with amber edges ; 35 ditto ditto ; and 1 - billiards. Supposed to be in company with a man, about 33 20 yards ditto, with violet edges) from a linen draper's, years 0f ag6j 5 feet 4 inches high, brown hair, blue eyes, light Warwick House, No. 14, Clapham- road, Clapham : an assis- motlstache, stout built; dressed in coarse pilot cloth coat, tant and confederate, who went into the shop under the bedford cord trousers, and military boots. Information to bfe pretence of purchasing, and received the above- named given to Chief Superintendent Barber, Portsmouth, who articles in a bag : the former is 28 yrs. of age, 5 feet 8 inches Isolds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, May 10. high, florid complexion, sharp features, dark hair, whiskers, 1 . TT1M . . , , moustache, and eyes, and slightly deaf; dressed in black I Description of WILLIAM ASHBY, carpenter, who ab- frock coat, oxford mixture trousers and vest, and high black sconded from Peterborough on the 8th instant charged on a hat; and the latter is 35 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, warrant with stealing various Carpenters Tools, ( which he MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATIONS. Description of MICHAEL FLYNN, alias JOHN WILLIAMS, committed at Selby Petty Sessions on the 15th instant to the Wakefield House of Correction for trial at the next assizes for the West Biding of Yorkshire on a charge of arson : 27 years of age, 5 feet high, fresh complexion, blue eyes, brown hair, no fixed residence, ' F' on right arm, ' M' on left do., scar on right temple, cut mark on left eye, scar on left hand ; dressed in a grey mixture cloth jacket, black cloth vest and trousers, black billycock hat and old lace- up shoes. Information to be given to Superintendent Wardle, West Biding Constabulary, Selby, York.— Bow- street, May 17. Description of SAMUEL ( names supposed to " the 20th instant, chl 5 feet inches made, long beard and1 kick on the right side jacket, with packets alias EDWABD HAMMOND, jctitious), remanded at Petworth until felony : about 24 years of age, omplexion, brown hair, slight ; ache, has a mark from a cut or ^ RJprehead ; dressed in a black cloth at ' the side, blaek and white striped ight. plaid ith brass intendent ' ow- street, fair complexion, and brown hair; dressed in a dark coat.- — Metropolitan Police, W Division, Division, May 15. pledged at Peterborough and have since been recovered), the property of William Dodman : he is about 22 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, thin figure, fresh complexion, light Stolen from a cottage at Moreton Corbet, Salop, on the ' " brown hair, thin light moustache, no whiskers, small black 8th instant, a pair of black woollen cloth Trousers, lined with gpeok ; n one eye; ana slightly pockmarked ; dressed in dark white calico, full falls, buttons stamped ' Butler, Wem', and coat) pockets at sides with flaps, light grey vest, black cloth a new white Slop. By a locksmith, a native of Wolver- trousers, soft black billycock hat, and old elastic- side boots, hampton, 22 years of age, 5 feet high, dark brown hair, no and js supposed to be a native of Leicester. Information to whiskers, and small moustache ; dressed m black trousers and be given to Superintendent Brooke, Constabulary Office, waistcoat, jimcrow hat, and the stolen slop. Information to , Peterborough, Northamptonshire.— Bern- street, May 10. be given to Superintendent Haines, Whitchurch, or to Sergeant Heyward, Wem, Salon.— Bow- street, May 15. ! Description of ALFRED POOL, alias RUGBY BUFF, 0 j charged with stealing a quantity of Lead and iron, the Absconded from Chippenham, Wilts, on the 17th ultimo, property of the London and North Western Railway Co., in charged with embezzlement : GEOBGE TIPPELL, a baker's Litchurch, on the 19th ultimo : about 38 years of age, 5 feet assistant, about 17 years of age, 4 feet 10 inches high, brown 8 or 9 inches high, stout made, turns out his feet very much, hair, rather bow- legged ; dressed in short dark jacket with light brown hair, fresh complexion, large and full mouth ; is pockets outside, black vest, black soft round hat with wire brim, light trousers with patches on both knees, and sandy- brown leather leggings ; he was seen at Newport about a fortnight ago, and is supposed to be tramping the country. Information to be given to Superintendent Wiltshire, Chip- penham, Wilts, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, May 12. Description of a man charged with stealing a Coat and other articles at Grittleton, near Chippenham, Wilts : a native of Totness, Devon, 33 or 34 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, light brown hair cut round, rather thin features, and and casts in the eyes ; dressed in light fustian trousers, white slop under an old patched tweed jacket, and jimcrow hat; he is a drover of cattle, and attends most of the fairs in the adjoining counties. Information to be given to Superinten- dent Wiltshire, Chippenham, Wilts.— Bow- street, May 12. Description of CHABLES HOBSON, a cabdriver, who absconded from Buxton, on the afternoon of the 7th instant, stealing: a black cloth frock Coat, single- breasted, two pockets outside, one inside, two buttons on each wrist; a black Topcoat, double- breasted, three outside pockets, one large inside pocket in the right side with button, lined with check, similar to that used in lining cart collars ; a pair of new lace- up Boots, with brass eyelet- holes : about 30 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, dark curly hair, dark whiskers round under the chin ; dressed in a white soft hat, dark coloured trousers, with stripe down the leg. He will probably be wearing the frock coat and the stolen boots, and supposed to have gone in the direction of Sheffield. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Hudson, Chapel- en- le- Frith, or to Inspector Barson, Buxton.— Bow- street, May 12. Description of THOMAS BBOOKSBY, a native of Bradley, in the parish of Bilston, Staffordshire, who took lodgings at the house of Thomas Timmins, of the Sand Beds, in the township of Willenhall, on the 2nd instant, and absconded the following morning about 9 a. m., taking with him a silver verge Watch, old- fashioned, maker Balance, Salop, small hole in back of outer case, and main spring broken ; and a white Vest, the proverty of Thomas Timmins: he is about 21 years of age, 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, fresh complexion, light curly hair, and rather long features ; dressed in round billycock hat, black cloth jacket and vest, brown cloth trousers, and blucher boot, nailed all round ; he was formerly employed in Hall- street, Bradley, and is well known there, he has a relative residing at Tipton Green. Informa- tion to be given to Inspector Gasson, Police Office, Willen- hall, Staffordshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension. — Bow- street, May 12. Absconded jirom Northampton, on the 4th instant, charged with embezzling about £ 500 : JOHN CHARLES BOROMAN WOODWARD, collecting clerk in the employ of the Northampton Gas Light Company, about 30 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, sallow complexion, brown hair, a native of Rugby, and has always worked as a labourer, or about Railways. Information to be given to Inspector Lowndes, County Police Station, Litchurch, Derbyshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bm- street, May 10. Stolen between the lst and 4th instant, from No. 22, Crampton- street : a black silk- velvet Mantle, trimmed with crape ; a Sash ; a French merino Skirt, two flounces ; a coburg Over ditto, frilled ; a black silk Mantle, trimmed with satin ; a flannel Petticoat, a black cloth Tunic, a black silk Skirt, a black cloth Jacket, a pair of woman's kid Boots, two calico Nightgowns, a pair of ditto Drawers, two ditto Pillow- cases, two ditto Chemises, two ditto Sheets; a Blanket, marked ' J. E. E.' in red cotton ; a Toilet Cover, two Towels, a Box, a pair of jet Ear- rmgs, a silver Brooch, amethyst in centre, and Locket to match. By a female lodger, 30 years of age, and 5feet 5 inches high; dressed in a black cloth jacket, stuff dress, and black straw hat, trimmed with black feathers ; a dressmaker. Supposed gone to Canterbury.— — Metropolitan Police, P Division, May 10. Absconded on the 4th instant, charged with embezzling £ 10 at Twickenham, a clerk, 30 years, 5 feet 2 inches high, fair complexion, hair, aud moustache, and grey eyes ; dressed in a short black jacket, black billycock hat, and new boots. Is well known at Richmond and Canerham, Berks.— Metro- politan Police, T Division, May 10. Absconded on the 5th instant, charged with stealing £ 103, from No. 20, George- street, Woolwich : a journeyman butcher, 40 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, fair complexion, dark hair and whiskers ; dressed in butchers' blue suit, and billycock hat.— Metropolitan Police, B Division, May 10. Absconded, charged with stealing, on the 4th instant, from No. 4, Willow- walk, St. Pancras, a silver Watch and £ 4 in Gold and Silver, a man of colour : 26 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, and hare lip ; dressed in black coat, light breeches, side- spring boots, and high black hat.— Metro- politan Police, Y Division, May 10. Stolen on the 3rd instant, from No. 44, Florence- street, Islington, a lady's gold Watch, No. 19540, and Neck Chain : by a lodger, 16 years of age, 5 feet high, fair compexion, and hair ( cut short); dressed in grey shooting coat, brown cord trousers, lace leather boots, and felt hat.— Metropolitan Police, N Division, May 10. FRAUDS AND AGGRAVATED MISDEMEANOURS. Description of JOHN GADSDEN, a journeyman butcher, who absconded from Dunstable, on the 23rd ultimo, and who is charged with obtaining 3s. by false pretences from Edward Elliott, butcher, Cheddington, at Dunstable, on the 19th ultimo : about 24 years of age, 6 feet 2 inches high, woollen trousers, grey fcoollen waistcoat and scarf, light cap with pe( ak, and lace- up eyelet holes. Information to be given Kemmish, West Sussex Constabulary, Petwi May 17. * JOHN BELL and JAMES CAIRNS Erom the prison at Haddington ( advertise Gtoiette of the 17th March last), have been — Bow- street, May 17. Demanded till the 22nd instant, on suspicion of stealing a sifeer Dessert Spoon, found in their possession, at Long- toM^ jHerefordshire, on the 15th instant, - the spoon is engraved ' B. S. W.': a man and a woman, tramps. The man gave name of FREDERICK PROBERT, he was con- victedw the name of HENRY EVANS,. about 2 years ago, of vagrancy, about 24 years of age, about 5 feet 7 inches high, very dark complexion, and long dark hair, inclined to curl; dressed in old dark clothes, and billycock hat; when appre- hended he was travelling as a sweep, but sometimes he begs, and at other times drives cattle from fairs, & c. The woman gave the name of JANE JONES, she has very peculiar features from a burn or scald when she was a child, about 35 years of age, rather short, and proportionately built; dressed in dirty dark clothes. They carry a tin pot with them, and make fires by the side of the roads, and generally sleep in out- buildings, farm- houses, & c. Information to be given to Superintendent Tanner, Police Station, Abbey Dore, Herefordshire.— Bow- street, May 17. Description of two men remanded until the 18th instant, charged with stealing from the dwelling- house of John Bowley, of Cookley, on the 12th instant, two money Tills, containing about 40s. in Silver : One gives the name of GEO. WHITEHOUSE, 21 years of age, 5 feet 11 inches high, light hair, fair complexion ; says he is from Leicester, and that his home was No. 15 Court back of No. 27, Sandy- lane. The other gives the name of WILLIAM SMITH, of Sher- bourne- street, near Five- ways, Birmingham, about 17 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, light hair, and fair complexion. The hair of both men is cut very short; in their possession was found a pawnticket for a glazier's Diamond, pledged in Stourbridge on the llth instant, also two other glazier's Diamonds, nearly new ; Whitehouse was wearing a gold ring set with a carbuncle. They travel about the country mending windows. Information to be given to Superintendent Free- man, Stourbridge, Worcestershire.— Bow- street, May 17. Missing from his home Teville- road, Worthing since 9 a. m. the 15th instant: FREDERICK GRAHAM, 13 years of age, 4 feet 10 inches high, dark hair, cut short; dressed in a dark blue suit, blue necktie, and black stiff hat, all his clothes are marked ' Graham ;' he is of weak intellect, and it is feared some ill has befallen him. Information to be given to Superintendent Henderson, West Sussex Constabulary Worthing.— Bow- street, May 17. Bemanded at the County Gaol, Haverfordwest, charged with setting fire to a rick of Thatch at Temple Druid, near Maenclochog: JOHN TAYLOR, 26J years of age, 5 feet high, brown hair, grey eyes, fair complexion, sunburnt, native of Liver- pool, a founder's labourer, but says he has been at sea for two or three years, scars from boils on back of neck, and scars on small part of left leg ; dressed in drab cord trousers, dark striped cloth vest, faded black pilot jacket, and black cloth cap. JOHN THOMAS, 23 years of age, 5 feet 2 inches high, brown hair, grey eyes, fair complexion, sunburnt, says he has been at sea for two or three years, scar on right elbow, 1W. T. M. T.' in blue on right arm, large star with eight rays' ' M T. W.', two fishes, anchor, 1865, on left arm, star on left wrist, two stars on back of left hand, rings on fingers, all in blue ink ; dressed in dark brown cord trousers, dark checked cloth vest, velveteen vest, with sleeves, turban hat, with woolley band round it. Information to be given to Chief Constable Stokes, Haverfordwest.— Bow- street, May 17. Committed for trial at the next general quarter sessions for the county of Salop, on two charges of larceny : a man who gives his name as JOHN OWENS, blacksmith, no fixed residence, says he is a native of Llanconog, near Bala, 24 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, fresh complexion, brown hair grey eyes, oval visage, scar on centre of forehead and on left arm. Information to be given to Superintendent Caswell County Police Office, Shrewsbury.— Bow- street, May 17. Description of a man who broke into a house at Nar- borough, about 8 a. m. on the 13th instant, and stole an old black cloth Coat, pockets at the side, whole back ; a pair of dark mixture Trousers, fly front, a piece let in the back of waistband of a different colour and pattern ; a pair of man's lace Boots, nailed and tipped, toe and heel, patent leather down lace holes, which are brass ; a plain calico Shirt, one broad plait down front ; and a wool or cotton Scarf, red ground, witli black cliecks, his own scarf was left behind : he is about 19 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, fresh complexion, good looking, light hair, no beard or moustache ; dressed in light blue'trousers, drabbet slop, button down front, wool cap and peak ; is a labourer, and sometimes drives cattle, and frequents low lodging- houses. Information to be given to Superintendent Lainbley, Swaffham, or to any of the Norfolk Police.— Bou- street, May 17. Committed to Bedford Gaol for trial at the ensuing sessions, charged with obtaining Money by false pretences : THOMAS WILLIAMS, about 30 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, dark brown hair, moustache, and imperial, dark com- plexion and eyes, large features, very broad shoulders, and has lost the first joint of one of his little fingers; dressed in black billycock hat, dark pilot jacket with furroundthe cuffs, dark open- fronted waistcoat, imitation sealskin, dark tweed trousers, and sidespring boots; he is a dealer in quack medicines. Information to be given to Superintendent James, Ampthill, Beds.— Bow- street, May 15. Missing from her home at Walsall, since the 12th inst.: SAEAH WOLF, 14 years of age, very small and thin, dark brown hair, and pale complexion; dftssed in a blue bonnet, dark rough cloth jacket, and green and white plaid skirt. It is feared some ill has befallen her. Information to be given to Head Constable Cater, Police Office, Walsall, Staffordshire. — Bow- street, May 15. Description of. a man who gave the name of . JOHN SHEPHERD, supposed fictitious, committed for trial on two charges. of. burglary : about 37 years of age, 4 feet 11^ inches high, stout make, swarthy complexion, dark brown hair, grey eyes, whiskers shaved off, a mole below left eye, two scars on left cheek, a small blue mark on right hand, star and skeleton key on right arm, two flags, and an anchor, on left arm, a ring, star, anchor, and three blue dots on left hand ; the marks are . partly obliterated by an attempt to take them out; dressed iu a blue flannel jacket, black vest, brown trousers, an imita- tion of a sealskin cap of a brown colour, and blucher boots. He says he is a native of Dublin but has resided principally in London, aud is a stonecutter or labourer.. Information to be given to Chief Constable Richardson, Police Station, South Shields.— Bow- street, May 15. Description of a tramp, giving the name of FREDERICK BATES ( supposed fictitious), who is remanded until the 19th instant for felony ; 22 years of age, 5 feet 8J inches high, grey eyes, light brown hair, sallow complexion, end of first finger of left hand cut off; and middle finger of ditto crooked. He says he is a native of Crowland, Lincolnshire. Informa- tion to. be given to Superintendent Williams, County Consta- bulary Station, Bake well, Derbyshire.— Bow- street, May 15. Missing from his home, Westmill, Herts, since the 13th instant, ROBERT FROST, 10 years of age, light brown hair, grey eyes, fair complexion ; dressed in a black jacket, dark trousers, and Scotch cap ; it is feared that some ill has befallen him. Information to be given to his father, William Frost, Coles Lodge, Westmill,' Buntingford, or to Inspector Oliver, Police Station, Buntingford, Herts.—- Bow- street, May 15. Committed to Kirton Gaol for one month, charged with larceny: JAMES ALLEN, 35 years of age ( looks older), 5' feet 9J inches high, brown hair turning grey, tuft on chin, sallow complexion, blue eyes, scars over the right and blue top of the head, stout built," coarse broad features, and flat nose ; dressed m a blue pilot jacket, moleskin trousers and vest, white cotton shirt, stfeEg~ Iace- iip boots, and black cap. Information to be given to Superintendent Clark, sop, North Riding Constabulary, Whitby, Yorkshire. —- Bow- street, May 12. , . \ . Remanded at the Police Station, Slough, until the 17th instant, charged with larceny a^ a bailee: CHARLES GEORGE FINCH, 32 years of age, 8 feet 7| inches high, dark brown hair, rather long, full hgjlt brown whiskers, light blue eyes, fair complexion, lon1^ thin face, slight build ; dressed in ail old long double- breasted brown cloth coat with velvet collar,' old black cloth vest/ light tweed trousers with brown stripe down legs, mixture cloth cap with cloth peak, and old Wellington boOtiv with tops cut off. Information to be given to Superintendent Dunham,- Police Station, Slough, Bucks.— Bow- street, May' 12. Committed to Northampton Gaol oil the 10th instant, for 3 months hard labour, for stealing a Jacket at Weltoq : RICHARD ROACH, native of Long Buckby, a labourer, 17 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, fair complexion, no whiskers, light brown hair, and blue eyes ; dressed in a black billycock hat, white slop, and cotton cord trousers. Had a pawnticket in his possession, for a fustian jacket, pledged at Mr. Walker's, Bridge- street, Northampton, in the name of Thomas Rowe. DAVID SMALLBONES,. of Southampton, a labourer, 28 years of age, 5 feet 5J irches high, dark complexion, long face, dark brown hair and whiskers, the latter. about one months growth, hazel eyes, a man and . flag on right arm, two pipes, a jug, a glass, and the British Flag on left arm, iu indian ink, scar on forehead and upper lip ; dressed in a black billycock hat, white slop, and cotton corcl trousers. Had a pawnticket in his possession for a cord Jacket, pledged at Kingston- on- Thames. Information to be given to Superintendent Baile, Weedon, or to Inspector Browning, Northamptonshire Constabulary, Daventry.— Bow- street, May 12. Left his home at Cheltenham, in September last, and it is feared some ill has befallen him : JAMES JONES ( of weak intellect), 72 years of, age, about 5 feet 9 inches high, thin make, bald, grey whiskers, and has had a cancer taken out of his left thumb ; dressed in black high crowned hat, no coat, yellow sleeved waistcoat, and dark cloth trousers, much worn. He was seen in Birmingham about a fortnight after he left Cheltenham, and may be found in some Union Workhouse or Asylum. Information to be given to Superintendent Day, Cheltenham.— Bow- street, May 12. Committed to Bury St. Edmunds Gaol on the 8th inst., for tearing up their clothes in the Union House : JAMES WOODS, of Duke- street, Ipswich, a bootcloser, 18 years of age, 5 feet 4f- inches high, light brown hair, grey eyes, and of boyish appearance. HENRY JACKSON, 24 years of age, 5 feet 4$ inches high, long light brown hair, grey eyes, has a small tuft of sandy hair oil the chin, aud slight moustache ; he says that he last worked at an ironfounders at Oldbury, Staffordshire, which he left six weeks ago, and that he is a native of Oldbury. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Glasier, MiidenhaU, ^ uffolk.— Bow- street, May 10. Description of WILLIAM BRUCE, committed to Knutsford Gaol for one month on the 9th instant for va- grancy : 43 years of age, 5 feet 10£ inches high, fresh com- plexion, light brown hair, blue eyes, has had a paralytic stroke on the right side, cut marks across nose and right cheek, a slight impediment iu his speech ; dressed in artillery uniform; mark corner of left, scars on right arm, left wrist, and left states Ke was born at Hanley, Staffordshire. Information to shoulder, burn marks on legs, and anchor and ' T. W.; tattooed inside left arm ; dressed iu an old dark coat, much worn, grey tweed vest, old dark cloth trousers, black silk neckerchief, billycock hat, aud lace- up shoes. He says he is a butcher, and that his wife and family resides in Bepper Gate, Gates- head, Newcastle- upon- Tyne. Information to be given to Superintendent Thorsby, Barton- upou- Humber, Lincolnshire. — Bow- street, May 15. Description of two men who were on the 8th instant, committed for trial at the next July Assizes at Maidstone, for burglary at Tonbridge, and stealing a quantity of silver Plate : one gives the name of JOHN CARWADINE, of Liverpool ( which is supposed to be fictitious), and that he belongs to London, and is a pugilist, about 28 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, stout build, round face, pale looking, leans forward, dark liair, and clean shaved ; dressed in dark monkey jacket, woollen cord trousers, side- spring boots, and blark billycock hut; he attends races and sells purses by the purse trick. The other gives the name of . JAMES EVANS, but refuses to give any address, he is supposed to belong to London, about 24 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, slightly built, very active, clean shaved, dark hair, and large teeth ; dressed iu dark jacket and trousers, low- crowned hat, and side- spring boots. Information to be given to Superinten- dent Dance, Kent County Constabulary, Police Court, Ton- bridge.— Bow- street, May 15. Committed on the 10th instant to the House of Correc- tion for three mouths for felony, two tramps : WILLIAM SMITH, who says he came from Bath, 20 years of age, 5 feet 0£ inch high, fresh complexion, much sun freckled well built, light hair, small moustache, grey eyes, and scar on right hip ; dressed in a blue guernsey shirt and light trousers ; and GEORGE WILSON, says he came from Southampton, 20 years of age, 5 feet inches high, well built, dark brown hair, fresh complexion, brown eyes, moles on left side of neck and left shoulder, aud scar ou back and inside of left knee ; dressed in dark clothes. Information to be given to Superin- tendent Iremonger, Berks Constabulary, Maidenhead, Berks. — Bow- street, May 12. Description of a man who will be discharged from Devizes Gaol, on the 13th instant, having been committed for one month under the Vagrant Act': HEZEKIAH EDWARDS, a native of Enford,- Wilts, about 40years of age ( looks older); 5 feet 6 inches high," thin visage, grey eyes,' and dark hair ; says he is a tailor. He has served the full term of 7 years penal servitude, and has. been since several times convicted iu Wilts and Hants, of begging, by representing himself to be consumptive, that he wants to get, into a hospital, and if supplied with a ticket for admission, he makes use of it at other places in begging money, fai enable'' him to - get to the hospital, and afterwards spending the money in drink, and with prostitutes. Information to be' given to Superintendent Gibson, Devizes, Wilts.— Bow- street, May 12. Committed for trial at the Quarter Sessions, at. North- allerton, on the 28th June next, for larceny ou the 7th inst.: a navvy who gives the name of JOSEPH WHITE, a native of Altofts, 47 years of age, 5 feet 11-| inches high, fresh com- plexion, brown eyes, dark brown hair and whiskers, bald on be given to SuperintendentRowbottom, Constabulary Station, Middlewieh, Cheshire.— Bow- street, May 10. Description of a tramp who gave the name of MARY ANN BROWN ( supposed fictitious), says she is a native of Bristol, and that her husband is a groom, but she has not seen him for two years, remanded at Northleach, until the 15th instant, for larceny at Wincheomb : 33 years of age, 5 feet 2 inches high, dark brown hair, dark blue eyes, fresh complexion, cut on right side of lower jaw, one on left side of upper lip, and one on forehead, has lost two upper teeth on the left side, ' J. P. T. L.', crown, and four dots on right arm, and ' J. B. T. L.' oil upper part of right arm; dressed in a black jacket and skirt, light body, black straw bonnet, trimmed with blacli& u- ape, elastic- side boots, all very much worn. She travels about, and . frequents races and fairs. Information to be given to Sergeant Tanner, Winchcomb, Gloucestershire.— Bow- street, May 10. Description of an Irish tramp remanded at Bridgnorth till the. 15tli instant, charged with burglary: he gave the name of JAMES LYONS, and ail address in Liverpool ( false), and says he served 17 years in. the 57th Foot, and was dis- charged about six months ago at Plymouth ; lie is 36 or 38 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, thin make, long thin face, very much freckled, brown hair, sandy beard on chin, has been branded on right breast with the letters ' B. C.,' and an attempt has been made to tattoo over them a lighthouse, also two ' D.' s on left side, tattooed over with two stars, and a small cross on right arm ; he says he is a tailor, and has worked at Gloucester lately, and travelled through Chelten- ham, Hereford, Leominster, and Cleobury Mortimer to Bridgnorth; dressed in a rough cap tied on the top, long drab or grey loose coat, old black trousers, and very old lace- up boots. In his possession were found : a flannel Shirt with dark stripes, nearly new, and clean ; a flannel Shirt with brown and light stripes; and an old white silk Plandkerchief, marked with the letters ' F. E.' in one corner ; he had also ail old grey Waistcoat, with brass buttons, marked ' Leicester Union.' It is supposed that the flannel shirts were stolen from a clothes line in Herefordshire or Gloucestershire. In- formation to be given to Head Constable Cole, Bridgnorth, Salop.— Bow- street, May 10. PROPERTY STOLEN. Stolen from Rhinlas, Bala, on the morning of the 15th instant, the property of. R. J. A. Price, Esq., a lemon and white pointer Dog, aged, answers to the name; of Beu.' In- formation to be given to. Inspector Jones, Dolgelley, or to Evan P. Evans, Police Station, Bala, Merionethshire.— Bow- street, May 17. Stolen from Yarpole, between 5 aud 0 p. m. on the 13th instant : a double- case silver Watch, No. 3473, ' T. H.' on the inside case, a small glass about the size of a shilling on the outside case, double row of figures, brass Chain and Curb, and a silver Sixpence attached. Supposed by a man who goes begging about, and has been a soldier, marked with the letter ' D,' is about 25 to 30 years of age, about 5 feet inches high, browu hair, and very little sandy whiskers ; dressed in a slop, black greasy cap, and wears it on one side, moleskin trousers, old shoes, worn very much on outside of heels. In- formation to be given to Superintendent Dykes, Leominster, Herefordshire.— Bow- street, May 17. Stolen on the 12th instant, from the dwelling- house of William Shepherd, boilermaker, Cock- street, Darlaston: a silver hunting Watch, with silver Guard attached, gold figures on dial, figures' 2 and 3' rubbed off, No. 5144 | 3 ] J. T.' Information to be given to Sergeant Price, Police Station, Darlaston, Staffordshire.— Bern- street, May 15. Stolen between 1 and 5 p. m. on the 10th instant, from the house of James Corden, at Dunwood, in the parish of Leek : a pair of man's light lace- up Boots, with brass eyelet holes, aud patent leather up the front ; a pair of light coloured cloth Trousers, with black stripe down the sides; a black cloth single- breasted Vest; also two boy's Vests, one blue pilot cloth, and the other light coloured cloth. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Williams, Leek, Staffordshire.:— Bow- street, May 15. Stolen from London- bridge Railway Station since Decem- ber last, a silver Watch, No. 13142, maker Welston,' L. B. and S. C. Railway Company, No. 172,' on. case.— Metropolitan Police, M Division, May 15. Stolen on the 26tli ultimo, from the shop of Mr. Wyatt, photographer, West- street, Fareham : a No. I B Carte- de- Visite Lense, No. 2300, maker J. H. Dallmeyer, 19, Blooms- bury- street, London, W. C. Supposed by a man, who called at the shop to buy small picture frames, from 25 to 35 years of age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, slight built, thin pale features, dark hair and whiskers ( small), all round under chili ; dressed in black jacket, light trousers, and high hat. Information to be given to Superintendent Drew, Hants Constabulary, Fareham.— Bow- street, May 15. Stolen during the night of the llth instant, from the residence of Roger Eykyn, Esq., M. P., Dedworth : a dark marble Timepiece, winds up in front, with two keys; a walnut Spirit- case, about 18 inches square ; and a white Tablecloth, which may be marked with name or initials. Information to be given to Inspector Mansell, County Police Station, Clewer, Berks.— Bow- street, May 15. Stolen from a cottage garden at Ford, near Salisbury, on the 12th instant: a pair of men's cord Trousers, washed nearly white, and two men's white cotton Shirts. Supposed by a tramp, about 25 years of age, and 5 feet 8 inches high ; dressed in old brown cloth trousers, dirty light waistcoat, and jimcrow hat. He was traced in the direction of Stockbridge, and when last heard of was wearing the stolen trousers. He will probably apply at Union- houses for lodging. Informa- tion to be given to the Superintendent of Police, Fisherton, Salisbury, Wilts.— Bow- street, May 15. Stolen from a bakehouse at Moorefields, St. George, Gloucestershire, on the evening of the 6th instant: a silver patent lever Watch, with steel Chain attached, marked with the letters ' D. B.,' No. 43448, the property of Mr. Johu Viner, baker. Information to be given to Sergeant Bind, Police Station, St. George's, near Bristol. — Bow- street, May 12. • Stoleu between 10 p. m. on the 10th and 5' 30 a. m. on the llth instant, from the dwelling- house of Michael Johnson, farmer, Church Lawton : a suit of black and yellow mixture eloth Clothes ( the jacket has two pockets outside the skirts and one iu left breast, bound with black braid, and black buttons), and black billycock Hat, the property of Joseph Astbury, farm servant. Supposed by a man, who engaged himself to Mr. Johnson on the 5th and left on the 6th inst. : about 23 years of age,' 5 feet 3 inches high, fresli complexion, stout build, no beard or whiskers, and a seal on one cheek Information to be given to Superintendent Rowbottom, Constabulary Station, Middlewich, or to Sergeant Dale, Con- stabulary Station, Hall Green, Church Lawton, Cheshire.— — Bow- street, May 12. Stolen from a cottage, at Adderley, Salop, between 2 and 5 p. m. on, the 8th1 instant : a dark grey cloth jacket, with two outside pockets, and one inside left breast; a Waistcoat of same material ; a pair of dark and brown striped Trousers, with yellow thread, fly fronts, all but little worn, and to fit a mam of small size ; a low hard jimcrow Hat; a pair of man's light Boots, toe caps, and patent leather fronts. Supposed by a tramp about middle age, tall, with sallow complexion ; dressed in moleskin trousers, dirty white slop, and black jim- crow hat. Information to be given to Superintendent Haines, Whitchurch, or to Sergeant Howells, Market Drayton, Salop.— Bow- street, May 10. Stolen at Winkfleld, Berks, on the 5th instant, a small Clock, in square black marble stand, maker ' Willoughby, Windsor,' oil face ; a Table Cover, 2 yards square, crimson and black, diamond pattern; and a linen Table Cloth, marked ' Collingwood.' Information to be given to Superintendent Iremonger, Berks Constabulary, Maidenhead.— Bow- street, May 10. Stolen between 1 and 5 p. m. on the 8th instant, from the dwelling- house of John Rawlinson, of Plompton Farm, labourer: 1 new black cloth Coat, with pockets. outside on each lap, two black twill- covered buttons down the front and lined with black twill stuff. 1 pair of brown and red plaid Trousers with brown bone buttons, fall fronts, and lined with white calico. 1 brown and black plaid Test, let out on each side with jean, and brown buttons. . 1 pair of elastic- side Boots, newly soled, and fancy toe- caps. 3 Tea Cakes, and I Loaf of fine Bread. Supposed by a man about 31 years of age, 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high, dark brown hair, whiskers round the face, and of slender build ; dressed in a brown overcoat, very seedy, grey trousers, out at the kuees, and soft black billycock hat. A pair of old boots were left behind. Information to ba given to Superin- tendent Haworth, West Riding Constabulary, Knaresborough, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, May 10. PROPERTY FOUND BY POLSGU OFFICERS. ( On the Persons of Prisoners or elsevihere.) Pound in the possession of JANE and EDWARD HARRIS, remanded till the 13th instant, at Shrewsbury, and supposed to have been stolen : five couples of Fowls, three lialf- bred Dorking, two half- bred Cochin, the others common mixed. Information to be given to Head Constable Davies, Shrewsbury.— Bow- street, May 12. WAR OFFICE, May 17, 1671. DESERTERS FROM HER MAJESTY'S SERYICE. Un and after this date ( Dec. 11,1857), until further notice, the Reward given by the " War Olhu*. for the Apprehension of a Deserter will b TWENTY SHILLINGS instead of TEN SHILLINGS; the object being to prevent the crime of Desertion, and to hold out s, greater inducement for the recovery of Deserters to Her Majesty's Service. OFFICE NO. NAME. EES-. NO. WHEEE BOBN. EYES. COAT & TBOUSEBS. HATE OF 3ESEBTN. FLACE OF DESEBTION. MARKS AND REMARKS. 212450 212451 212452 212453 212454 212455 212456 212457 212458 212459 Fitz, John Flynn, Michael Fleming, William Fisher, William Guilk, George Green, William Groves, William Goodrich, Henry Green, John Gilbert, Lawrence 2039 820 31631 4112 1654 2278 993 1161 5346 1685 67th Foot 70th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto 8th Foot 23rd Foot 50th Foot 77th Foot 102nd Foot Rifle Brigade Bermondsey, Surrey Dunlavin, Wicklow Newington, Surrey Elmsted, Kent Woburn, Beds London Jocksgreen, Hants Leicester Kensington, Mddlsx. Gorey, Wexford labourer ditto groom labourer ditto painter labourer shoemaker bookbinder labourer 18i 291 181 20| 20J 19! 261 261 181 181 It. brn It. brn It. brn It. brn dk. brn It. brn black It. brn brown brown blue^ grey- hazel blue hazel hazel brown blue hazel grey fresh fresli fair fresh fresh fresh dark fresh fresh fresh regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto serge trousers regimental 1 May 24 April 23 April 5 May 12 April 29 April 2 May 27 April 1 May 30 April Dover Dublin Woolwich Sheffield Manchester Chatham Aldershot Portsmouth Dover Woolwich took part of reg. nec. D ; broke out of barracks tattooed on arms took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. scar left thigh and right bosom mole on riglit shoulder ' H. G.' left arm, ring left middle finger 212460 212461 212462 212463 212464 212465 212466 212467 212468 212469 Green, Peter Hodges, Geo. Wm. Hedges, James Hopkinson, James Hughes, William Hogan, John Hobart, Thomas G. Hayler, George Hawkins, Henry Haggis, Joseph 4941 938 9457 200 1185 1585 2323 1442 2221 Roy. Artillery 12th Lancers Gren. Guards 7th Foot 9th Foot 12th Foot 14th Foot 23rd Foot 43rd Foot 60th Rifles Edgertown Hackney, London Slough, Bucks Wetherby, York Roscommon Burton- on- Trent Adelaide, Australia Tunbridge Wis., Kent Leicester Hoxton, London ditto cabinetmkr. labourer plate maker slater plasterer * labourer miner painter 191 231 36 271 24| 24 19 171 201 18 4 91 81 9 61 51 51 5 5i 41 brown dk. brn brown brown dk. brn brown auburn It. brn It. brn brown blue blue hazel grey grey blue blue grey brown Igrey fresh fresh fair fresh fair fresh fresh pale fair fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 25 April 30 April 23 April 29 April 29 April 29 April 30 April 29 April 29 April 29 April Fermoy j Aldershot Windsor Portsmouth Dublin Preston Sheffield Chatham Fermoy Colchester sear on back of right thigh took forage cap and waist- belt sear over rt. eyebrow * turners' tool maker off furlough stain and mole on left leg ; off pass 212470 212471 212472 212473 212474 212475 212476 212477 212478 212479 Hanaghan, John Hume, Joseph Hart, John Hughes, Edward Hipgrave, William Holmes, John Harvey, Joseph Harrington, John Harden, William James, Robert S. 1683 2358 31630 3227 30793 3365 2051 2180 5151 99th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Army Service General Serv. 23rd Foot Galway Dundee, Forfar Croydon, Surrey Staleybridge, Lane. Islington, London Birmingham Ellenborougli, Cumb. Braintree, Essex Holloway St. John's, Nwfndlnd. labourer * carman labourer ditto striker miner weavor carpenter labourer 231 191 231 19 201 21! 181 21 291 6 7} 51 8 4 84 81 44 5i 10 dk. brn It. brn dk. brn brown brown brown brown dk. brn brown It. brn blue blue hazel hazel grey grey grey blue brown grey sallow fresli dark fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto brown; dark regimental 23 April 24 April 23 April 24 April 23 April 29 April 29 April 24 April 27 April 2 May Freshwater Woolwich ditto Sheffield Woolwich Plymouth Woolwich ditto Deptford Newport, M an indifferent character scar left thumb * apothecary's assistant tattooed on two fingers left hand recruit, surgically inspected 212480 212481 212482 212483 212484 212485 212486 212487 212488 212489 Johnston, James Jones, Thomas Jones, Samuel Kinchon, John Keating, John Kennedy, William Kemsley, Richd. G. Law, Henry Lough, Robert Lawlor, Timothy 1652 1695 1039 1481 1735 2232 2787 1615 2016 ditto Rifle Brigade Roy. Artillery 3rd Drag. Gds. 18th Hussars Rifle Brigade Roy. Artillery Gren. Guards 8th Foot 18th Foot Edinburgh Chester Chester Woolwich, Kent Ballyland ers, Limrck. Ipswich Faversham, Kent Claveriey, Salop Newcastle- on- Tyne Listowel, Kerry slater labourer ship smith fitter shoemaker labourer ditto ditto slater cooper 24| 21 20 23 204 221 184 274 22 201 51j black 51jblack 7|' dark 71 It. brn 6 brown 54 brown 61 brown 81 | lt. brn 7 [ red 51 brown dk. brn dk. brn dark grey grey hazel brown blue blue grey dark dark fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh ditto black; brown canvas; moleskin ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 3 May 26 April 3 May 29 April 24 April 1 May 21 April 24 April 15 April 28 April ditto Chatham Chester Aldershot Cahir Woolwich Weedon London Manchester Curragh officer's servant recruit took the whole of reg. nec. took waist- belt and part of reg. neo. took waist- belt and whole of reg. nec. pockpitted 312490 212491 212492 212493 212494 212495 212496 212497 212498 212499 Liversage, Hiram Lambert, Patrick Long, George Marks, David Morris, Geo. Harry Morris, Wm. N. McGuire, John McAllister, James McCarthy, Patrick McNally, Patrick 1851 37th Foot 3754 Roy. Artillery 3207 ditto 803 4th Drag. Gds. 1013 5thDrag. Gas. 1152 905 10th Hussars 14t. h Foot ditto 15th Foot 55th Foot Burnley, Lancashire Clobawn, Wexford St. Luke's, London Aston, Warwick Leicester Bristol Wishaw, Lanark Liverpool Scowe, Cork Leighlinbridge, Carlw collier labourer gunsmith farrier groom miner labourer ditto ditto 119415 204 221 261 244 20! 20 29 20 32! 4f1 brown 9 It. brn brown dk. brn dk. brn brown dk. brn dk. brn dk. brn red hazel blue brown hazel dk. brn grey grey hazel hazel brown sallow fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fair fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto blue ; black regimental black; cord regimental 3 May 2 May 23 April 25 April 1 May 29 April 29 April 1 May 27 April 3 May Belfast Plymouth Preston Manchester Leeds Hounslow Hamilton Sheffield London Newry scar on right shoulder and left wrist scar left shoulder, mole left lower eyelid recruit, not surgically inspected recruit, approved off pass ; took waist- belt 212500 212501 212502 212503 212504 212505 212506 212507 212508 212509 Mitchell, Thomas McCarthy, John Miller, William Murray, Thomas Mullen, Arthur McDonald, Charles Milton, Alfred Moore, Thomas Mitchel, William McFarlane, Peter 1395 1270 4402 4529 3580 2562 4551 80th Foot 88th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Rl. Engineers General Serv. Keithley, Yorkshire Murrow, Limerick Glasgow Deptford, Kent Ballynahinch, Wt'klw Kilmuir, Inverness Islington, London Everton, Lancashire Clerkenwell, London Paisley, Renfrew ditto ditto engineer waterman miner labourer enginefitter gasfitter joiner 221 30f 23 214 231 241 24f 231 20 19 dk. brn dk. brn dk. brn brown i} brown fair It. brn light brown dark hazel blue grey grey blue- grey grey blue grey blue fresli dark fresh fresh pale fair fail- fresh fresh fresh ditto blue ; tweed regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto tweed black 3 May 27 April 27 April 29 April 1 May 1 May 1 May 1 May 25 April 26 April Belfast Gosport Glasgow Dublin Limerick Sheffield Newbridge ditto Westminstr Glasgow collier's mark on back, dots on left arm off furlough to Limerick recruit, not surgically inspected dots, & c., on left arm; off pass to Dublin off pass to Dublin ditto tattooed left arm & hand tattooed on left wrist; recruit recruit, not surgically inspected 212510 212511 212512 212513 212514 212515 212516 212517 212518 212519 Nicholls, Henry Nevill, Thomas Norris, John O'Hara, James Oddy, Benjamin O'Connell, John Parr, Alexander Pilcher, William Page, Charles H. Phillips, Henry 1418 2ndDrag. Gds. 1604 70th Foot 2344 1320 925 808 2368 2218 1979 Roy. Artillery 4th Drag. Gds. 5th Drag. Gds. 30th Foot 6thDrag. Gds. 16th Foot 60th Rifles 100th Foot Walworth, Surrey Lambeth, Surrey Tring, Herts Shankhill, Antrim Leeds Dublin Stockbridge, Ednbgh. Faversham, Kent Battersea, Surrey Twerton, Gloucester porter labourer ditto carpenter bricklayer dyer servant labourer groom labourer 19 24f 22 191 18! 19 234 21 18! 261 6 0 5 51 5 44 5 91 5 10! brown brown It. brn brown brown dk. brn brown dk. brn brown brown blue grey grey grey blue blue blue brown grey hazel fresh fresh ruddy fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair supposed plain regimental plain regimental ditto light regimental ditto ditto ditto 8 May 1 Mav 19 April 4 April 25 April 25 April 27 April 29 April 1 May 28 April Colchester Dublin Sheffield Manchester Leeds London Dundalk Canterbury Colchester Bury scar on left kneecap took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. recruit, attested took part of reg. nec. g on left arm moles left side of neck D; pockpitted 212520 212521 212522 212523 212524 212525 212526 212627 212528 212529 Pope, George Rush, Cornelius Ranger, James Rigley, George Reynolds, William Reid, Peter Rosher, William Rogers, George Ramsay, Archibald Steen, Richard 31648 1176 1237 733 1948 1870 2026 1692 2090 1232 Roy. Artilleiy 10th Hussars 12th Lancers 4th Foot | 8th Foot ditto 18th Foot 26th Foot 100th Foot 4th Drag. Gds. Walworth, Surrey Pimlico, London Lewisham, Kent Wexford Liverpool Bolton, Lancashire Blackburn, Lane. North Leith, Edinb. Newington, Edinb. Colombo, Ceylon groom ditto labourer plasterer labourer ditto boilermaker stamp cuttr. clerk 194 23f 22 301 20| 18! 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 184 5 19! 5 18115 51 6 71 10 5! 5 6 61 brown dk. brn brown It. brn dk. brn It. brn fair brown It. brn brown grey blue ( 1 hazel hazel grey dk. brn blue blue blue hazel fresh sh fresh fair sallow sallow light fresh fair sallow ditto ditto plain regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 22 April 27 April 6 May 1 May 12 April 22 April 28 April 30 April 26 April 1 May Woolwich Hounslow Aldershot Chester Manchester ditto Curragh Parkhurst Bury Manchester tattooed on left arm enlargement of right ankle joint took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. ditto D took waist- belt tattooed on left arm cross on right irm 212530 212531 212532 212533 212534 212535 212536 212537 212538 212539 Saxton, John Statham, Isaac Spears, John Simmons, Alfred Southin, Richard Smith, James Savage, Charles Sutton, John Smith, George Stubbs, Charles 12271 ditto 966 5thDrag. Gds. 1968 5th Foot 1653 8th Foot 1189 21st Foot 1090 26th Foot 1257 82nd Foot — Royal H. Art. — Roy. Artillery — ditto Huddersfield, York Duffield, Derby Londonderry Croydon, Surrey Ely, Cambs Newdigate, Surrey Leckford, Hants Yarmouth, Norfolk Reigate, Surrey St. Pancras, London mason labourer * labourer brickmaker labourer groom blacksmith labourer ditto 211 201 18! 19! 211 261 211 19 17! 20 84 81 71 6 8 51 74 4 8 111 dk. brn brown dk. brn brown black It. brn dk. bm brown brown auburn brown blue grey hazel brown grey grey grey grey blue fresh fresh fresh brown fresh ruddy fresh fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto brown regimental black cord; fustian 12 Aprii 27 April 28 April 15 April 29 April 30 April 6 May 30 April 3 May 27 April ditto Leeds Glasgow Manchester Newport, M Parkhurst Portsmouth Woolwich Sheerness London scar of scald 011 left arm and back of hand off pass [ machine maker sea" on throat and abdomen * sewiilg- D ; took waist belt and whole of reg. nec. two scars on back took part of reg. nec. officer's groom, absconded with £ 28 left second toe overlaps third five blue dots above left wriSt; recruit 212540 212541 212542 212543 212544 212545 212546 212547 212548 212549 Sills, Jolm Smith, Charles Trim, William J. Taswell, Samuel Twiss, Robert Taylor, John Trist, Henry Thomas, Henry Weston, Thomas Wynne, John 2938 3189 1765 1204 1506 1419 2653 746 1177 1243 ditto ditto 13th Foot 50th Foot 70th Foot 90th Foot Army Service Roy. Artillery 4th Drag. Gds. ditto Benares, East Indies Camberwell, Surrey Exmouth, Devon Bridgwater, Somerset Navan, Meath Blackburn, Lane. Lambeth, Surrey Alversthorpe, York Bulwell, Notts Constantine, Cornwl. stonecutter carman blacksmith thatcher engine fitter groom blacksmith clother servant farmer 224 19! 25 21! 241 241 35! 191 22 101 51 5 6! 61 61 31 9 94 91 fair brown brown dk. bm brown It. bm brown It. brn brown brown hazel grey brown dk. brn grey grey blue blue blue blue fresh fresh fresh dark dark fresh pale fresh fail- fair regimental ditto plain regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 22 April 17 April 24 April 2 May 5 May 1 May 1 May 1 May 4 April 12 April Burnley ditto Pembroke Aldershot Dublin Edinburgh Woolwich Sheffield Manchester ditto scar on left groin, lost part of glans penis supposed gone to New Zealand mark on each side , x broke out of barracks mole between shoulders 212550 2U551 212552 212553 212554 212555 212556 212557 212558 212559 Wilson, James Waugh, Robert Wilson, Henry Wood, Thomas Whitehead, Riclid. Webb, William Wiseman, George Wiseman, William Watson, George Wells, John 1582 1360 2341 1265 2363 ''/ lid Dragoons ditto 9th Foot ditto 12th Foot 50th Foot 60th Rifles 78th Foot 100th Foot 103rd Foot Edinburgh Maybole, Ayr Islington, London Camberwell, Surrey Liverpool Chepstow, Monmth. Enfield, Middlesex Ayr Liverpool Maidstone, Kent mason labourer weaver labourer upholsterer butcher gardener collier bricklayer labourer 231 21 23 19 241 22 21! 25! 201 18 brown It. brn It. bm sandy brown dk. bm brown brown brown 611 brown grey grey grey grey blue grey brown blue hazel hazel ruddy fair fan- fresh pale brown fair dark fresh 212560 212561 212562 212563 212564 SI2565 212566 212567 212568 212569 Wright, George Wilson, Thomas 5064 Roy. Artillery Gainsborough, Line, ditto Peckham, Surrey plain tweed; moleskin black; dark white slop; cord regimental plain regimental ditto ditto plain 22 April 5 May 24 April 22 April 2 May 7 May 1 May 6 May 24 April 3 May ditto Paisley London ditto Preston Aldershot Colchester Aberdeen Bury London recruit, finally approved recruit, attested recruit, surgically inspected ditto D scar on right forefinger D recruit, attested ditto draper 24 6 23 5 01 brown grey 8 brown blue fresh black; dark pilot; tweed Peterboro' Dublin tattooed on right arm pockpitted DESERTERS FROM THE MILITIA. OFFICE NO. NAME. BEG. NO. COBPS. WHEEE BOBN. TBADE. 905X5 90516 90517 90518 90519 90520 90521 90522 90523 90524 James Woodcock George Gee Samuel Housden Alfred Pahud Thomas Hollobon Bobert Sinden William Goles Henry Snatt John West Henry Hammett 3141 2733 5303 7511 1606 1644 1698 1755 1774 1781 2nd Derby* ditto East Kent* 2nd Warwck* Sussex Art.* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Eckington, Derby Bolsover Faversham, Kent Birmingham, Wrwck Southover, ~ EaBtbourno Brighton Arundel ditto Sussex eollier labourer ditto tinner labourer bricklayer baker painter carpenter shoemaker it SIZE. HAIB. EYES. PACE. COAT i < 1 - 4t DATE OE DESEETN. PLACE OP DESEBTION. MARKS AND REMARKS. 19 22 20 21 24 41 30 22 30 264 54 6* 5 74 5 5 5 5 brown It. brn It. brn brown dk. brn dk. brn It. brn brown blaek dk. brn gr?< y brown blue hazel blue hazel grey grey hazel grey fresh fresh fair fresh fresh dark fresh fresh dark sallow 90525 Ebenezer Morris 1819 ditto Eastbourne labourer 214 5 64 It. brn grey fair 90526 Robert Parker 1912 ditto Brighton carpenter 194 5 7 dk. bm blue fresh 90527 John Brill 1938 ditto Middlesex labourer 204 5 6 brown grey fresh 90528 Percival Pattenden 1956 ditto Hellingly, Sussex grocer 244 5 74 brown grey sallow 90529 Christopher Hope 2018 ditto Herstmonceux labourer 21 5 7 It. bm grey fresh 90530 Thomas Steadman 2021 ditto Cuckfield painter 234 5 84 blaek brown dark 90531 Sydney Wilson 2054 ditto Brighton boilermaker 30 5 74 brown grey fail- 90532 John Baker 2061 ditto Ore labourer 22} 184 5 10 It. bm grey fresh 90533 Thomas Small 2109 ditto Heathfleld ditto 5 7 brown brown dark —— 90534 Thomas Tidey 2126 ditto Brighton carpenter 204 5 74 dk. bm hazel dark 90535 Sam Standen 2140 ditto Chichester baker 20 5 6 It. brn Igrey fresh 90536 William Wood 2177 ditto Horsted Keynes dittxj 22 5 84 dk. bm hazel freck. 90537 Henry Sayers 2178 ditto Crawley labourer 23 5 94 brown grey fresb 90538 George Mitchell 2184 ditto Ardingly ditto 19 5 6 brown grey fresh 90539 Charles Perrin 2189 ditto Maresfield gardener 26 5 9 5} brown grey fresh 90540 John Holmes 2228 ditto Burwash labourer 184 5 brown hazel fresh 90541 George Potter 2256 ditto Uckfield ditto 18 5 5 brown hazel fresh 90542 William Bennett 2259 ditto Chiddingly tailor 18 5 54 brown hazel fresh 90543 Phillip Holman 2262 ditto Cuckfield" gardener 174 5 5 brown brown fresh 9054t George Strange 2269 ditto Southampton paperhangr 274 5 7 dark blue fair 27 Mar. 24 April 24 April 23 April 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May Chesterfield ditto Canterbury Leamington Lewes ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar bridge of nose * absent from training in the Army scar left wrist * absent from training * absent from training mole and sear on right scapula * absent scar on left buttock [ from training pockpitted 3 Mav 3 May 3 May 3 Mav 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto pockpitted mole centre of back little finger right liand contracted mole back of neck sear right eye left knee bent inwirds 3 May 3 May 3 May 3 May 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 90545 90546 90547 90548 90549 90550 90551 90552 90553 90554 John Hill James Roberts William Staple John Rodda John Hy. Rapson Richard Stephens Samuel Rosewarne John Pearce Mills Francis Bray Richard Jones 2274 2275 2798 3101 3108 3183 3232 3241 3249 3261 ditto ditto Cornwall* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Hastings Shoreham Cornwall Penzance Southill Helston Hayle South Petherwin Bodmin Gwinear labourer ditto mason labourer miner mason cook labourer mason miner 19* 20 24 22 23 26 27 19 26 26 7 6i 3} 5 44 4} 5 6i 8} 84 black dk. brn brown brown brown brown brown brown brown hazel grey brown blue hazel hazel hazel hazel hazel brown fair fresh ruddy fair fair fresh fair fresh fair fresh scar inside left leg scar left shoulder blade mole back of right thigh scar left lumber region April May May May May May May May May ditto ditto ditto ditto Bodmin ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto maltese cross left arm * absent from training scald on chest 90555 90556 90557 90558 90559 90560 90561 90562 90563 :^! Q564 William Messenger Edwin Passmore Stephen Johns James Southwood John Mewton John Green James Ole John Williams William Mason James Hosking 3294 3271 3289 3298 3302 3316 3334 3362 3385 3392 90565 90566 90567 90568 90569 90570 90571 90572 90573 90574 John Cliff James Barry John Pooley John Arthur John Hy. Hoskin Richard Gilbert William Werry Thomas Bray Philip Hancock James Rowe 3441 3455 3466 3494 3519 3538 3548 3558 3618 3630 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Redruth Bodmin Redruth ditto Kenwyn Penzancc Sithney Lifton Probus labourer tailor miner labourer miner labourer miner ditto labourer ditto :, brown brown brown brown brown It. brn brown brown brown brown hazel grey blue blue hazel blue hazel grey hazel blue ruddy fair rudely dark ruddy ruddv florid ruddy fresh ruddy May May May May May May May May May May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto St. Austell Shoreditch, Middx. St. Kew, Cornwall St. Mary's Witliian Gwithian Gorran Chacewater Roche Tregony miner bootcloser carpenter wheelwrght miner ditto ditto shoemaker labourer mason blaek brown dk. brn brown brown brown brown brown brown black hazel blue grey hazel grey hazel grey hazel hazel brown sallow light fresh ruddy fail- fair fair sallow ruddy ruddy May May May May May May May May May May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 90575 90576 90577 90578 90579 90580 90581 90582 90583 90584 Benjamin Opie Joseph Lee John Smith Richard Stephens Joseph Lobb James Johns Josiah Moyle William Marcomb Henry Harding James Paul 3633 3644 3646 3654 3693 3701 3729 3736 3746 3782 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Mabe Eowey West Lose St. Enoder Tywardraetli Camborne Mabe Kenwyn Bedoek St. Austell stonecutter miner labourer ditto carpenter miner mason cabinetmkr. labourer miner 44 dk. brn It. bm brown It. brn dk. brn brown brown brown brown It. bm brown blue brown grey hazel brown grey blue grey grey fair fail- fair ruddy ruddy ruddy ruddy fair fair fair May May May May May May May May May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 90585 90586 90587 90588 9C589 90590 90591 90592 90593 90594 Benjamin Lobb Charles Cox James Gilbert Isaac Walters George Dimond Samuel Friend Thomas George William Pascoe Albert Pardon Wm. Hawkin Lark 3825 3829 3847 3875 3880 3921 3932 3938 3968 4008 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Mount Charles Tregony Gulval Beeralston, Devon Bodmin, Cornwall Ashbourn, Devon Bodmin, Cornwall Helston Budoek Kenwyn sawy ei- labourer mason miner labourer sawyer labourer mason labourer mason 5 5 5 74 5 54 5 94 5 54 5 10 5 84 5 4 5 44 black dk. brn brown brown dark brown sandy brown brown brown grey hazel hazel grey grey hazel hazel grey hazel blue florid dark fair ruddy dark ruddy fair ruddy ruddy fair 90595 90596 90597 90598 90599 90600 90601 90602 90603 90604 William Paynter Thomas Harry John Williams John Collins Thomas Coon John Odgers Joseph Pearce William Bowden William Carthew William Carloyn 4038 4050 4055 4064 4070 4079 1734 1817 1744 1905 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * ditto ditto ditto St. Blazey Redruth Feoek Camborne St. Austell St. Mary's St. Blazey ditto Phillach Helston miner ditto ditto labourer groom mason miner labourer smith miner 22 20 18 25 20 21 244 194 224 20 64 54 7 104 64 74 6 64 64 74 It. bm dark It. brn It. brn dk. bm brown It. brn brown brown It. brn grey hazel blue grey hazel grey grey hazel hazel blue fail- dark fair fair fair faii- sallow fair fair fair May May May- May May May May May May May- ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto May May May May May May May May May April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Falmouth ditto ditto ditto scar on right leg, moles on right breast * Cornwall & Devon Art., absent from training mole on each side, just under ribs mole to right of sternum 90605 90606 90607 90608 90609 90610 90611 90612 90613 90614 Samuel Deeble Cornelius Donovan Thomas Edwards William Floyd John Flyn William Harris William Harris William Hooking Charles Johns James Jean 1802 1891 1648 1469 1908 1447 1783 1811 1614 1810 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Swansea, Glamorgan Camborne, Cornwall Tintagel Crowan Bandon, Cork Redruth, Cornwall Ruan Camborne Crowan Redruth labourer ditto ditto miner labourer miner labourer miner labourer miner 24 184 214 24 254 24 23 18 224 224 90615 90616 90617 90618 90619 90620 90621 90622 90623 90624 John Melville Thomas Pearce Joseph Pugsley Willliam Pugsley William Rodda Timothy Sullivan Edward Thomas John Trevathan William Tucker John Tonkin 1889 1470 1879 1530 1555 1824 1536 1747 1833 1916 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Gwennap ditto Tiverton, Devon Sherwill Gwinear, Cornwall Camborne Illogan Ashburton, Devon Madron, Cornwall St. Agnes ditto ditto mason labourer ditto ditto miner ditto mason miner 64 74 104 7} 74 74 74 brown dk. brn dk. bm brown brown brown It. brn auburn It. bm light grey grey blue hazel grey grey blue hazel grey blue ruddy ruddy fail- fresh fail- fair fan- fail- fresh fair 174 334 244 304 274 294 244 204 224 294 64 74 7 64 6 61 10 8 64 11 blaek brown brown It. brn It. bm It. bm dk. bm black light It. bm grey hazel grey blue blue blue grey grey grey hazel dark ruddy fair ruddy light fair fair fresh fresh fair May April May April May May- May May- May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto, ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto two scars on rt. knee, mole under It. Bcapula j scar on side of wrist two or three moles on right shoulder three moles on back 90625 90626 90627 90628 90629 90630 90631 90632 90633 90634 George White John Waters James Williams AndrewHenderson Peter McColl Henry Taylor James Smith Patrick Lawler Johnstone Mitchell Thomas Doran 1876 1554 1874 3024 3064 3083 3230 3259 3260 3358 90635 90636 90637 90638 90639 90640 90641 90642 ^ 0643 90644 John Hunter John Goodall James Watson William Moodie Charles Lowther John Donan* John McGuire Thomas Lawrie James Baird Thomas Cook ditto ditto ditto Stirlingshire* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Liskeard St. Just ditto Lame, Antrim Airdrie Alva, Stirling Lochwinnoch, Rnfrw. Armagh, Cavan Carron, Stirling Glasgow April May May May May May May May May April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto pockpitted on body labourer blacksmith miner blacksmith miner weaver cabman labourer moulder cooper 244 224 25 294 29 254 274 344 254 27f 3398 34,88 3532 3640 3723 3732 3759 3811 3815 3818 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Arboe, Tyrone Alva, Stirling Stirling Falkirk Ulverston, Lane. Ayr Fermanagh Galashiels, Selkirk Dunfermline, Fife Falkirk, Stirling labourer weaver moulder ditto tinman miner ditto spinner shoemaker miner 45} 27 214 19 21 22 294 19 214 284 dk. brn It. brn It. brn dk. bm brown dk. bm dk. bm It. bm It. bm brown hazel grey hazel grey blue hazel grey grey grey grey sallow fail- ruddy fresh fresh fresli fresh dark fair fresh scar on right arm May May April May- May May May- May May May ditto ditto ditto Stirling ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto dk. brn dk. bm brown dk. bm It. bm brown It. brn brown brown i. bm blue grey hazel dk. bm grey blue blue grey fiZ dark fresh fresh sallow sallow pale fresh fair fresh fresh gone to Australia * absent from training scar outside comer of left eye May May- May May May May May May 3 April 3 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto cut on calf of right leg gone to America * alias Gemmell ' J.. B. D.' on left arm 6 POLICE GAZETTE. May 17. DESERTERS FHGM THE MI LITE A—( continued). MFFICE HO. NAME BEG. NO. COBFS. WHEBE BOBN. HAIB. I EYES. COAT & :> T} OUSEBS. DATE OF I DESEBTN. I . PLA0E OF DESERTION. MARKS AND REMARKS. 90645 90646 90.547 90648 90649 90650 90651 90652 90653 90654 Thomas McDonald John Kerr John Banchop Robert Duff Thomas Bain Andrew Rankin John Nimms James Richardson William Gray Duncan McNair 8840 3843 3& 44 3858 3862 3875 3876 3881 3884 3886 Stirlingshire* ditto ditto ditto • ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Dublin Falkirk, Stirling Alloa, Clackmannan Perth Glasgow Tullralan, Perth Falkirk, Stirling Paisley, Re" frew Carnwith, Lanark Kirkintilloch, Dumb. moulder ditto labourer ditto moulder shoemaker ditto miner ditto moulder 20 ,5 19J15 181 17i 33i 31 30f 20 22 20| 4 I 6 4 5f 9i 71 41 41 61 8 brow- n dk. bte Dandy fair dk. brn black brown It. brn dk. brn fair hazel black blue grey brown black blue blue fresh dark fair fresh fresh fresh fait fe& dk. brn'siyrthy blue fail- May May May May May May May May May Stirling ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from training enlargement outside right wrist 90655 90656 90657 90658 90659 90660 90661 90662 90663 90664 George McKinlay James Connolly John Wilson William McDonald Charles McGlachey Alexander Brown James Hunter Charles Mills John Smith John Wilson 3903 3913 3921 3927 3932 3934 3943 3946 3947 3960 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Glasgow Belfast Clackmannan Stirling Boness, Linlithgow Falkirk, Stirling Tilicoultry, Clackmon Falkirk, Stirling Slamanuan, Stirling Larbert shoemaker weaver miner tinsmith miner ditto weaver moulder miner moulder 23 31 20 J 16J 19| 25| 30f 21| 284 23| 6i black 4 It. brn 8 brown 8i black 64 brown 5| . brown 74 It. brn 5 | brown 6i dk. brn 84 dk. brn hazel blue grey brown brown grey grey liazel brown hazel fresh fresh fair sallow fair fresli sallow fresh sallow May May April April April April April May April April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar right side of upper lip cut left side of forehead Royal Marines 90665 90666 90667 90668 90669 90670 90671 90672 90673 90674 Alexander Dewar Henry Dunn Edward Docherty Edward Smith William Reynolds Henry Roberts Walter Scott Jesse Hobbs George Webb William Revells 3977 3978 3909 4384 4387 4400 4468 4488 ditto ditto ditto ditto Herts* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Glasgow ditto Stirling ditto St. Alban's, Hertford ditto GreatBerkhampstead Flamstcad Datehworth Bennington inachinmkr. labourer shoemaker mason labourer ditto ditto ditto sawyer labourer 18i 25f 271 184 254 194 184- 284 21i 5 4 9i lOf 4 6i 7 6 6i 3 dk. brn brown black dk. brn brown dk. brn It. brn It. brn brown brown brown blue brown hazel blue hazel blue grey grey hazel sallow fresh fresh sallow fair sallow fresh ' fair fresh fresh April April April May April Aprii April April April April ditto ditto ditto ditto Hertford ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto bridge of nose slightly deformed * absent from training small mole right side of neck scar on forehead ADMIRALTY. Description of Deserters, Stragglers, and Men Discharged from Iier Majesty's Sea Service. Although £ 3 reward ia offered for the apprehension of Deserters at the time, £ 2 only is payable at the expiration of 3 months, and £ 1 only at the expiration of 6 months from the date of desertion and after the expiration of a complete year, no reward will be paid, except under special circumstances. 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. NAME. SHIP DESERTED OR DIS- CHARGED FROM. DATE. BATING. TIS < 1 SIZE. WHEBE BORN. EYES. FACE. MARKS AND REMARKS. Henry Lock Henry Edwards Alfred Robert Brisley Philip Ivey James Lewis Charles Fuller Ed. Ernest Richmond Edward Eastland Henry James Fielder John Emerson John T. Stephens James Lennox Joseph Marsh John Hill Charles Elliott George H. Skinner Jeremiah Sheehan William Myers John Clarke John Paton Samuel Pike Robert Hawes Solomon Northmore Arthur Hull John Hallaghan George Francis Charles Cook James Milne John Hunter James Coniff William Rhodes W. Swindells Alfred Jolliffe Charles H. Richards William Bromwich Charles A. Jarrett Thomas Carpenter George Sharman Robert Brown Charles Miller* James Smith John Hasson Earl Grey George Williams James Grooves Samuel Bennett Fredk. Arrowsmith Henry Hunt James Southgate George Morley James Stevens Charles Greenwood Thomas Donovan Arthur Jones Josh. Rawlence George Cathcart David Jax William Osborne James Harris William R. Halsey Reserve, deserter Sector, deserter Crocodile, discharged Boseawen, discharged Reserve, deserter ditto Jaseur, deserter Pembroke, deserter Dryad, discharged Vestal, deserter ditto ditto ditto Reserve, deserter ditto Defence, deserter Mersey, deserter ditto ditto Reserve, deserter Cracker, deserter ditto ditto Reserve, deserter Resistance, deserter ditto Minotaur, straggler Pembroke, deserter D. of Wellington, deserter Curlew, straggler ditto Inconstant, deserter ditto Narcissus, deserter Cadmus, deserter Volage, deserter ditto ditto ditto ditto Pylades, deserter Fawn, deserter ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Zealous deserter Reserve, deserter D. of Wellington, deserter ditto ditto Zealous, discharged Orontes, discharged Resistance, deserter Reserve, deserter ditto Mersey, deserter Asia, deserter May May May Jan. May April Mar. April Mar. Mar. Feb. Dee. Feb. April April Mar. April April April April July July July A pril April April April April Mar. April April April April Mar. Mar. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oet. Oct. Oct. Feb. Mar. Mar. Mar. Mar. Feb. Mar. Mar. Marl Mar. Mar. Mar. ordinary boy, lst class stoker, 2nd class boy, 2nd class private, R. Marines ordinary assist, paymaster cook's mate A. B. assistant payniastr. ordinary ditto boy, lst class stoker ditto boy, lst class ordinary private, R. Marines ditto A. B. quartermaster boy, lst claBS ordinary ditto A. B. ditto private, R. Marines boy, lst class ordinary A. B. ordinary boy, lst class ordinary ditto boy, lst class ditto ditto ordinary boy, lst class private, R. Marines engineer's servant ordinary boy, lst class ditto ordinary shipwright captain's steward boy, lst class ship's coTporal writer, 3rd class ordinary ditto ditto boy, lst class lamptrimmer ordinary, 2nd class stoker ditto private, R. Marines stoker 19 18 28 17 26 19 23 21 23 23 19 18 27 22 20 19 25 22 21 33 19 20 19 24 22 29 18 26 23 21 18 22 20 18 18 18 23 18 24 25 19 19 19 20 31 27 20 35f 21 24 24 20 18 261 24 40 31 29 33 5 3 Newington, Surrey auburn 5 5 Portsmouth It. brn 4- 1 Sheerness, Kent brown 5 4 St. Helier's, Jersey It. brn 5 11 Chatham It. brn 5 0i Rochester dark 5 6 brown 5 5f Tunbridge, Kent black 5 6 Southampton brown 5 11 Ireland black 5 4 Stoke Dameral, Devon dk. brn 5 7 Lambeth, Surrey dk. brn 5 1 Charlton, Kent brown 5 6 Woolwich dk. brn 5 61 Devonport, Devon light 5 4 Shrewsbury, Shropshire brown 5 5 Timoleague, Cork red 5 5£ London brown 5 51 York browD 4 II Pimlico, London brown 5 34 Exeter brown 5 2 Ipswich brown 5 6 Knacker'sKnowle, Devn brown 4 101 Aldgate, Loifdon dk. brn 5 9 Crookhaven, Cork brown 5 10 Bridgend, Glamorgan brown 9 Plymouth dark 5 2 Montrose, Forfar light 5 51 Leith red 5 4 London brown 5 6 ditto dark 5 3 ditto light 5 4 Brading, Isle of Wight light 5 4 Leicester brown 5 4J Sutton Coldfield, Warw. dk. brn 5 5 London dk. brn 5 4J Hastings, Sussex dk. brn 4 Downham, Norfolk brown 31 Seat on, Rutland It. brn 7i Birkenhead, Cheshire brown 6 May field, Sussex black 6 Londonderry brown 54 Liverjiool sandy 7 Southampton . brown 8 Colney Hatch, Mddlsx It. bm 61 Padstow, Cornwall brown 8 Kingston, Jamacia black 7 Chichester, Sussex dark 81 Walkhampton, Essex light 7 Nottingham It. brn 8 Norwich light 11 Halifax, Yorkshire light 5 1 Skull, Cork light 5 5 Liverpool It. brn 5 5 London dark 5 5 South an . pton, Hants It. brn 5 4 Upminster, Essex brown 5 7 St. German's, Cornwall brown 5 5 Dudley, Stafford i brown 6 0 Birdham, Sussex brown blue blue bluo grey hazel liazel grey hazel hazel dark hazel grey blue blue ha, zel blue grey grey grey brown blue hazel hazel hazel grey blue hazel grey blue grey blue blue grey hazel dk. brn grey blue grey blue hazel hazel brown blue blue grey blue black hazel blue blue grey blue • grey brown hazel hazel hazel • hazel blue hazel ruddy fresh fair fail- fresh swarth ruddy sallow fair £ 3 reward s » rved in Psyche ditto served in Excellent and St. Vincent served in Asia served in Dasher £ 3 reward served in Agincourt ditto served in Psyche £ 3 reward * olt wrlR served in Soscawen and Octavia tattooed on left arm; served in Bristol served in Aboukir and Pytades served in Lion and Irresistible served in Boscawen, Duke of Wellington, and Royal Alfred £ 3 reward Faith, Hope, and Charity, and bracelet on left arm ditto crucifix, man, and tree on right arm; served in Racoon served in Impregnable £ 3 reward served in Sibernia and Lord Warden ditto ditto served in Valorous and Pallas ditto served in Pearl crucifix left arm, anchor and 6tar right, flowers on wrists initials of name on left arm ; served in Liverpool and Pylades sailor on left arm"; served in Jackal, Narcissus and Egmont £ 3 reward served in Bellerophon ditto ditto £ 3 reward tattooed on hands ; served in St. Vincent and Sector ditto served in Pearl and Princess Charlotte fresli dark sallow fresh £ 3 reward ditto ditto ditto elitto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto served in Royal Adelaide served in St. Vincent served in St. Vincent and Victoria < f- Albert served in Wellesley, Conqueror, Dasher, & Royal Alfred served in St. Vincent * alias O'Malley served m Cumberland served in Trafalgar, Royal George, and Excellent dots on hand, burn on thigh; ' served in Phoebe and Royal Alfred cut on bridge of nose and over evebrow; served in Royal Alfred served in Endymion and Pembroke served in Nimble, Niger, and Cadmus scar across bridge of nose ; served in St. Vincent and Trafalgar served in Charybdis £ 3 reward . o. Mifc COS! •..> > Sandwich, Kent Leeds EarlsBarton, Nthmpt Kena- rth, Carmarthen TRADE. S a < SIZE. HAIR. EYES. FACE. — 18 5 71 light hazel fresh servant 22i 5 n brown hazel fresh labourer 34 6 0 elk. brn grey fresh ditto 31$ 5 8f It. bm grey fresh ditto 22i 5 9J brown brown sallow • —• 20i 5 101 brown grey tair tailor - .. 281 5 51 brown brown sallow brickmaker 244 5 6 brown grey fresh baker 33J 5 6 It. brn grey fair . labourer 251 5 6- V brown grey fresh cooper.. puddler 31 + 5 64 6 dk. bin 28| 5 sandy grey fresh plumber 311 5 8 dk. brn hazel fresh painter 22 5 5i dark hazel dark labourei- 21 5 8 dk. bm grey fresh pearl grindr 211 5 51 dk. brn brown fresh excavator 22} 5 64 dk. bm hazel fresh shoemaker 38 5 11 brown hazel fresh shoefit'tef 20i 5 " 5f brown grey"; fresh saddler •'. 31 5 - 91 black blue •' dark COAT & TROUSERS. DATE OF DESERTN. PLACE OF DESERTION.! MARKS AND REMARKS. tweed , uniform ditto black; grey undress uniform ditto undress uniform black; tweed undress uniform black 11 May 2 May 22 April 22 April 3 April 21 April 24 Mar. 6 April 19 April 12 April 13 April 13 April 23 Mar. 22 Mar. 22 Mar. 10 Mar. 15 Mar. 22 Feb. 9. Feb. 20 Feb..' LONDON; PRINTBK FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONARY HB! Portsmouth Chatham ditto ditto Taunton Portsmouth Chatham ditto Plymouth Gosport Plymouth ditto Portsmouth Walmer Liverpool Portsmouth Walmer Plymouth, Chatham Plymouth 5S? discharged as objectionable off furlough to Croghan, Roscommon ditto to Rathcormack scar on forehead and crown of head; I ecruit discharged as objectionable d'scharged as objectionable D ; scar on chest discharged as objectionable ditto ditto recruit off furlough to Saltley, Birmingham ' A.' on arms, scar left cheek; discharged as objectionable" pocKj. itted discha rged as objectionable ITIN'S LANK, W. C.
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