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The Police Gazette

05/03/1875

Printer / Publisher: Harrisons and Sons HMSO
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 5638
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Date of Article: 05/03/1875
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r & K Sutlm'ttg. CONTAINING The substance of all Informations received in eases 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 markj of Identity. Ths Names of Accomplices and Accessories, with every particxdar 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. 5638 FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1875. = t I Notice.— It is requested that all communications for the purpose of obtaining or giving information respecting supposed offenders, or Btolen property, may bear the Signature of the person requiring or tending the same, and all applications in reference to the POLICE GAZETTE may be made and addressed to 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 Bworn to before a Magistrate, of the Offence charged, and an attested copy thereof, together with the Advertisement, forwarded to the Editor for insertion. As no charge is made for the insertion of any article in the POLICE GAZETTE, all Letters addressed to the Editor must be prepaid, otherwise the insertion will not be made, The Names and Descriptions of Deserters from the Army, and of Absentees and Deserters from the Militia, should be forwarded en War Office Forms 88 and 88A, to the Editor, as above, for insertion in the POLICE GAZETTE. INFORMATIONS. MURDER AND MALICIOUSLY WOUNDING. Description of a man charged with causing the death of his daughter: WILLIAM CHORLEY, 45 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fair complexion, dark hair and eyes, small and fair whiskers and moustache; dressed in dirty black suit and billycock hat; he frequents common lodging- houses, aud may apply for admission to casual wards; he is a natiye of Wellington, Somersetshire, and has- a relative, a taker, in Bristol.— Metropolitan Police, R Division, March 5. Charged with the murder of his wife Margaret Jones, at 37, Ben Johnson- street, Liverpool, on the 6th ultimo : HENRY JONES, a tramping navvy, from 45 to 50 years of age, about 5 feet 10£ inches high, sandy hair and whiskers, fair complexion, strong made, broad shoulders, rather thin • face, grey or blue eyes, rather long straight nose, and small mouth; dressed in drab shooting coat, large pockets with flaps, large white pearl or bone buttons, double- breasted vest to match, with two rows of pearl buttons, dirty white slop over the vest, barrigan trousers, turned up at bottom of legs, short leggings underneath, heavy lace- up boots, and cap or billycock hat. He is a native of Shropshire or Welshpool. Has worked at Barrow- in- Furness and in Cheshire, and about a fortnight since was employed on a railway being made between Nottingham and Melton Mowbray ; he is well known to contractors and sub- contractors for the con- struction of new lines of railway. Her Majesty's Secretary of State for the Home Department, has authorised the pay- ment of a reward of £ b0 to any person giving such information and evidence as will lead to his discovery and conviction. Information to be given to Head Constable Greig, Liverpool, Lancashire.— Bow- street, March 5. ROBBERY AID LARCENY FROM THE PERSON. Stolen from the person of Mr. John Granger, at Cotten- iiam Steeplechase, on the 18th ult. : a gold Geneva Watch, No. 41522, having attached to it a gold Albert Chain, a plain gold Locket, a Ring without stoue, a Compass, and a Key. £ 10 reward will be paid on conviction of the offender or offenders and recovery of the property. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Stretten, Chesterton- road, Cambridge.— Bow- street, March 3. Absconded frcm Leeds, charged with assault and robbery on the 22nd ultimo : ANTHONY GROGAN, a private in the 25th Foot, about 25 years of age, 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, rather stout build, fresh complexion, sandy hair cut short, no beard, slight moustache, long eyelashes, small eyes, supposed grey, and the lower lip hangs down a little. Infor- mation to be given at the Central Police Office, Town Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, March 1. Between 6 and 8 p. m. on the 21st instant, the dwelling- house of Mary Partridge, New- road, Chatham, was entered by means of skeleton keys, aud stolen therein : an old- fashioned pinchbeck Watch, £ i 10s. in Gold, and 8s. fid. in Silver. Information to be given to Superintendent Coppinger, Police Court, Chatham, Kent.— Bow- street, February 24. Stolen by means of breaking into the warehouse of Mr. Henry Fairbank, of Humbleton, East Riding of York, on the night of the 17th instant: a shoulder of Bacon, about 12 lb. ; a pair of Trousers, brown mixture cloth, nearly new; two Yests, black cloth, single breasted, nearly new ; a grey witney cloth Topcoat, about half worn ; three pairs of Dew Boots, women's size, one pair 5s., rivet ted, two pairs sewn, 7s., levant tops; a new linen bed Tick ; about 4 lbs. of grey Worsted;- and a quantity of Note Paper and Envelopes. Information to be given to Superintendent Watson, East Riding Constabulary, Sproatley, Hull.— Bow- street, Feb. 24. Stolen between 1 and 3 p. m. on the 16th instant, by means of housebreaking, from a dwelling- house iu Salford : a silver Gravy Spoon, with a squirrel on front & ' W. E. & H.' on back ; a large- sized ditto, marked ditto ; two silver Salt Spoons, with ' W. E. & H.' on back ; a Butter Knife, silver blade and ivory handle ; twelve electro- plated Dessert Forks; twelve electro- plated Table Forks; two large- sized electro- plated Ladles; twelve Table Knives, with white handles; a gold Brooch, with gold leaves round the edges, and carbuncle stone in centre ; a pair of gold Ear- rings, with plain drop; a silver Brooch, set with an amethyst, round which are set a number of paste diamonds; a silver Chain, with label attached, on which is engraved the word ' Rum ;' a ditto, ditto, ' Brandy;' a miniature Portrait, representing a gentleman dressed in the costume of a century ago, w ith powdered hair, painted on ivory, and set in dead gold ; and an ivory Brooch, in the shape of a serpent, with steel pin. A reward of £ 2 will be paid to any person who will give such iuformation as shall lead to the apprehension of the offenders and recovery of the property, or in proportion thereto. Also stolen, by means of housebreaking, between 3 and 5 p. m. on the 4th instant, from a dwelling- house in Salford : ten silver Tea Spoons, marked ' G. ;' six ditto, marked ' Y.;' six ditto, marked ' S. H.;' two small ditto, not marked; four silver Table Spoons, marked ' D. ;' two ditto, marked ' Y.;' two electro- plated Tea Spoons, marked ' D.;' a pair of silver Sugar ToDgs, chased ; a pair of gold Spectacles, in green case ; a lady's gold Ring, set with one ruby and two pearls ; a gold plated Necklet, with mourning cross attached; a lady's gold watch Chain, diamond cut cable link pattern ; two plain gold Studs ; two masonic ditto ; a pair of gold Sleeve Links ; a pair of gold plated ditto ; a silver Brooch, with the word ' Regard' enamelled on it in silver letters; a plain silver Fruit Knife; a silver Fruit Knife, with pearl handle; an oval shaped reversible Brooch, set on one side with a ruby, round whbh are four pearls, chased, and has a place for a portrait on the other; a gold mourning Locket, with a strap across it, on which are the words ' In memory of,' containing two portraits; a gold cameo Brooch, with pendant attached, with a figure on each representing the bust of a woman, and the brooch contained the portrait of a gentleman at the back ; a pair of Ear- rings to match ; and a pair of gold Ear- lings, each consisting of two chased rings linked, with a bar across the lower ring, in which are set a ruby and a pearl. Information to be given to Chief Constable Torxens, Town Hall, Salford, Lancashire.— Bow- street, February 24. Hill, Norwood : a brown Horse, 14| hands high, and a black Mare 14 hands high, with rough coat; also two milk Carts, with ' T. French, Gipsy Hill Dairy,' on both sides ; ' Pure Milk and Cream,' on tail- board ; and Three Sets of Harness, brass mounted.— Metropolitan Police, P Division, February 24. Found at Aldridge ( supposed to have been stolen), on the 5th instant, seven Heifers, four red & white, one red, one black, and one white. Information to be given to Sergeant Arnold, Rushall, or to Police Constable Willis, Aldridge, near Walsall, Staffordshire.— Bow- street, February 24, and stoutly built; I it, grey trousers, and high ble appearance.— Metropo- BURGLARY AID HOUSE BREAKING. On the evening of the 28th ultimo, a cottage at Burwell, near Newmarket, was broken and entered, and stolen : two silver table Spocns, marked ' O. S. C.'; six silver tea Spoons," marked ' A. C.'; two silver salt Spoons; a pair of silver sugar Tongs ; 2s., of the reign of Elizabeth ; and two gold Rings, one a wedding ring, the other a keeper, both old and broken. Information to be given to Superintendent Benson, Newmarket, Cambridge.— Bow- street, March 5. During the night of the 27th ultimo, the dwelling- house of Mr. James Scott, High House, Alnwick, was broken into, and the following articles Btolen therein : twelve silver tea Spoons, marked ' J. S.'; nine silver dessert Spoons, marked 4 J. S.'; four silver tea^ Spoons, marked ' B.'; a silver soup Ladle;' twelve electro- plated table Forks ; twelve table Knives, white handles, stamped on blade ' Jamison & Co., Newcastle'; five dessert Knives,' scamped on blade ' Jamison and Co., Newcastle'; .£ 14 10s. in Gold ; and £ 2 5s. in Silver. Information to be given to Superintendent Harkes, Alnwick, Northumberland,— Bow- street, March ' 3, HORSE AND CATTLE STEALING. Stolen on the 22nd ultimo, from Perry Hill, Lewisham : a dark bay half- bred Gelding, 6 years old, 15 hands high, black legs, mane, and tail, small saddle mark, slightly lame of off fore leg, and small chip on knees.— Metropolitan Police, P Division, March 5. Desciiption of a lad who gave the name of BUROW, who said that he came from a school at Maidenhead, about 16 years of age, tall for his age, pale thin face, long dark hair; dressed in dark clothes, college hat, light mackiutosh, black velvet collar, aud stated he was going to Hounsl- sw to fetch his mother, charged with stealing a cob Horse aud dog Cart, which he hired from the Bull Inn, Windsor : the cob is about 14 hands high, light cream colour, black mark from shoulders to tail, about 1 inch wide, mane on right side of neck, has been clipped some time since, under lip hangs low, tail about 2 feet loDg ; the dog cart is small, painted black pieked out with red, tail board marked ' Knowles & SOD, Windsor,' which is covered with oilcloth, and is a small dice pattern. Five guineas reward will be paid on the apprehension and conviction of the offender aud recovery of the cob aud dog cart, by the treasurer of tho Windsor Association. Iuforma tion to be given to Superintendent Hayes, Windsor, Berks, who holds a warrant for his apprehension,— Bow- st., Match 1. Charged with stealing a Bullock, the property of Mr. James Jones, of the Wells Farm, Cradley, near Malvern ( since recovered), on the 17th iustant. A man, about 40 years of age, about 5 feet 10 inches high, stout build, fair complexion, light hair and whiskers, inclined to be sandy ; dressed in dark grey coat or jacket,- light coloured trousers, and new soft billycock hat. Has the appearance of a farm bailiff. Information to be given to Superintendent Har- wood, Bromyard, or to Sergeant Ovens, Cradley, near Malvern, Herefordshire.— Bow- street, February 26. Stolen during the night of the 12th iustant, from Central LARCENY AND EMBEZZLEMENT. Absconded, on the 17th ultimo, from Mortimer- street. Cavendish- square, charged with embezzling various sums of Money, and also for ForgiDg an endorsement to a Cheque for £ 18 4s.: a man, 34 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, sallow complexioa, dark brown hair- dressed in black frock coat black hat, a clerk, and of htan Police, E Division, Stolen from the ' Granby' inn. Melton Mowbray, during the night of the 27th ultimo : a blue pilot Coat, nearly new, red and black check lining, black bone buttons, two outside and one inside pockets; a pair of moleskin Trousers ; a cord Waistcoat, with white bone buttons ; a calico Shirt, mended OD shoulders ; a pair of blue - worsted Stockings ; and a pair of brown leather Leggings; the property of Richard Lee, a lodger at the above inn. By a fellow lodger named JOHN PAYNE, alias GLORY PAYNE, alias LEICESTER JACK, 25 to 30 years of age, about 5 feet 7 inches high, light hair, clean shaved, rather fresh looking, and has a large scar by the side of one eye ; dressed in the stolen clothes, and a brown cloth cap, with a tassel on the top. He generally works at briekyaids or on railways., frequents low public or beer houses, and sings Irish and comic songs, and he seldom stays long iu one place. Information to be given to Superintendent Platts, Leicestershire Constabulary, Melton Mowbray, who holds a warrant for his apprehension. — Bow- street, March 5. Description of WALTER BULLIN GENT, charged on a warrant with embezzling several sums of Money ( he had been, up to the 25th ultimo, for four years a clerk in the Custom- house at Sunderland) : about 25 years of age, 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, dark hair parted down the front, dark sallow complexion, small dark whiskers and moustache, and smart appearance, a native of King's- Lynn, Norfolkshire ; dressed in a light drab overcoat, black felt hat, and check tweed suit; he is very fond of the company of music- hall singers ; when last seen he wore a valuable diamond ring, which he is likely to dispose of. Information to be given to Chief Constable Stainsby, Sunderland, Durham.— Bow- Street, March 5. Absconded on the 24th ultimo, charged on a warrant with embezzlement: JAMES BARRY, about 38 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, dark brown hair, rather curly, beard and moustache, bald from forehead to back of head, and the hair from side of head combed over bald part, stout build, nails of thumbs much bitten, and the fleshy part projecting over the nails ; well dressed, a clerk. £ 10 reward on apprehension. Information to be given to Inspector Bailey, City of London Police, Detective Department, 26, Old Jewry, E. C.— Bow- street, March 3. Description of CAROLINE MAY, charged with stealing £ Z 10s. at Tillington, on the 30th January : she is 18 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, thin face, fresh complexion, and light brown hair ; dressed in a brown dress, with light stripe, black cloth jacket, black bonnet, with blue trimming and strings, and elastic- side boot3; she took a ticket at Petworth Railway Station for Yictoria Station, and is supposed to be in London. Information to be given to Superintendent Kemmish, West Sussex Constabulary, who holds a warrant for her apprehension.— Bow- street, March 3. Further information respecting GEORGE ALBERT SKELLEY, advertised in the Police Gazette of the 8th Jauuary last, charged with larceny at Market Drayton : he is a cooper, 25 to 30 years of age, brown hair, little over 5 feet high; he is supposed to be living with a young woman who left Drayton to join him on the 22nd ultimo : she is 18 years of age, slender, dark brown hair, dark complexion ; he is supposed to be working for some cooper. Information to be given to Superintendent Haine3, Whitchurch, or to Sergeant Ho wells, Market Diayton, Salop.— Bow- street, March 3. Description of ALFRED GREGORY, a tramping tailor, charged on a warrant with stealing an unfinished Coat, from a shop at Elland cum Greetland, near Halifax, Yorkshire : he is about 28 years of age, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high, dark complexion, hazel eyes, dark browu hair, and wears a moustache, a tailor by trade, native of London, last resided at Elland cum Greetland ; dressed in black frock coat, dark cloth trousers, and low felt hat. 10s. reward will be given on his apprehension. Information to be given to Superin- tendent Ormsby, West Riding Constabulary, Halifax.— Bow- street, March 3. Description of CHAS. MOORE FELLS, of Hitchin, Assistant Overseer, charged with embezzling divers sums of Monies, the property of the Overseers of Hitchin: 30 years of age, 5 feet high, fair complexion, thin face, sickly appear- ance, face a little freckled, long nose, light brown hair, and 2 POLICE GAZETTE. March 5 Mtiall whiskers. He absconded from Hitchin on the night of the 24th ultimo, by the G. N. Railway to London, and stopped at the G. N. R. Hotel, King's Cross, accompanied by a woman ; they left the hotel iu a cab about 11- 30 a. m.. 25th ultimo. He gave the name of SUMMERS at the hotel. £ 50 rewaid will be paid for information as will lead to his apprehension. Information to be given to Inspector Young, Hitchin, Herts, who holds a warrant for his arrest, or to Sergeant Lansdown, Detective Department, Scotland- yard. — Bow- street, March 3. Description of GEORGE STANLEY, charged with stealing the sum of ,£ 10, belonging to Charles Parsons, of Birmingham, his master : he is 21 years of age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, sandy hair, oval face, and round shoulders ; dressed when he absconded in dark clothes and black billycock hat. It is said that he may give the name of CONFORD, instead of Stanley, the latter supposed to be fictitious. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Glossop, Police Office, Birmingham, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.'— Bow- street, March 1. Stolen on the 19th ultimo, from the dwelling- house of Mrs. Whetton, of Pelsall, Staffordshire, the property of George Rutter, a lodger : £ 2 10s. in Gold and Silver, a • woollen Shirt, and a plaid woollen Scarf. By a man, who had been lodging at the house, about 40 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, round face, and slight sandy whiskers ; dressed in a blue pilot jacket, white slop underneath, cord trousers, and old soft black billycock hat; supposed to be a native of Leamington, has a rough voice, and fond of singing in public- houses. Information to be given to Superintendent Hill, or to Sergeant Arnold, Rusha'. l, near Walsall, Stafford- shire.— Bow- street, Match 1. inches high ; a Mechanic or Fitter, medium build, blaek hair, brown eyes, and sallow complexion, wound on neck from " scesses, scar on upper part of left arm. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Town Hall, Leeds.— Bow- street, March 1. Description of two men charged with indecently assaulting a servant girl, about 17 years of age, on the high- way at Packington, near Lichfield, on the 21st instant : both about 35 years of age, of medium height, dark brown hair, one had a small dark,— aoustache, the other small dark whiskers round his fac* ,.^ oth of slender build, and sallow complexion; dressed in' drab slops, cord trousers, very old shoes, cut in the fronts, and black billycock hats. They had the appearance of tramping navvies. Information to be given to Sergeant Hammond, Police- office, Shenstone, near Lichfield.— Bow- street, February 26. Absconded from Alfristou, Sussex, on the 19th ultimo, charged with stealing two bushels of Potatoes : J OHN GEAL, a labourer, 28 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, light complexion, blue eyes, light brown hair, and stout figure ; dressed in dark trousers, dark slop, dark cap, with ear flaps, red scarf, and old boots. And JOHN KEMP, a labourer, 28 years of age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, light complexion, light brown hair, and stout figure ; dressed in dark cap, dirty light slop, dirty old cord trousers, and very old boots. Information to be given at the Chief Constable's Office, Lewes, or to Superintendent Waghorn, Hailsham, Sussex, who holds a warrant for their apprehension.— Bow- street, March 1. Stolen on the 24th ult., from Herbert- street, Hackney : 56J pairs of boot " Uppers, twelve ladies', marked ' Swiss, No. 576' inside ; twelve ditto plain, six ditto plain, scolloped toecaps, marked ' 553' inside, four and a half strap, toecaps, twelve plain, French toecaps, and ten girls' kid, buttoned, patent goloshed. By a man with dark complexion and hair, no beard or whiskers, and dressed iu plaid overcoat, trousers, and vest, and black felt hat.— Metropolitan Police, N Divi- sion, March 1. Stolen from the dwelling- house of Hannah Wells, at New Holland, on the 22nd instant: a pair of black velvet Bracelets, gold clasps, set round with pearls ; a pair of Bracelets, either gold or plated beads, large clasps, with grey stones in centre; a pair of Bracelets, jet round, andloDg beads strung on elastic ; a pair of silver sleeve Links; a gold finger Ring ; and a gold scaif Ring. By JOSEPH WILLIAMS, a man who lodged in the house, about 35 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, stoutly built, swarthy complexion, blown hair and whiskers, has a scar ou forehead from right eyebrow to top of nose ; dressed in a cloth reefer jacket, cloth vest and trousers, black and white scarf, blue serge shirt, soft billy hat, and laced boots ; was traced to Hull, where he pawned the sleeve links and scarf ring ; he is supposed to be well known at Retford, York, Boston, and London; stated he worked for a firm of patent signal erectors. Warrant issued. Information to be given to Superintendent Fuller, Barton- on- Humber, Lincolnshire.— Bow- street, February 26. Description of HENRY THOMPSON, charged ia the borough of Leeds, as a fraudulent bailee : he is from 40 to 50 years of age, about 5 feet 9 inches high, thin build, no beard or moustache, ruddy complexion, smooth hair, turning grey, wears spectacles, walks slightly lame of one foot; is a reader in a reporter's office. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Town Hall, Leeds.— Bow street, February 26. Stolen from a lodging- house iu Middlesborough, on the 22nd instant : a pepper- and- salt- coloured cloth shooting Coat, man's size, trimmed with bone buttons, the top one of a different kind ; a Yest, made of same material ; a pair of new black cotton cord Trousers, with full fall; and a pair of elastic Braces. By EDWARD CALVERT, a labourer or horse driver, a native of Thirsk, North Riding of Yorkshire about 23 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, fresh looking, squints with both eyes, short to^ igued, light whiskers meeting under the chin, and short curly hair ; dressed when last seen in an old light cloth coat, slack backed, vest similar, old dark cloth trousers with blue stripes, scarf of different colours, stiff body hat, and had with him three bundles. He was tried at Northallerton Sessions on the 16th October, 1872, and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment and 5 years police supervision, and he should report himself monthly to the police. Information tc be given to Chief Constable SaggersoD, Middlesborough, Yorkshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, February 23. Stolen on the 14th instant, from the dwelling- house of Joseph Dunn, of Portobello, iu the township of Willenhall: a silver verge Watch, No. 4121; a pair of Stockings and a flag Basket. By a man who took lodgings at Dunn's house, about 40 years of age, about 5 feet 10 inches high, sandy hair, cut very short, very long thick sandy whiskers, meeting under the chin, top lip thick, and gave the name of GEORGE HOWERS, proper name GEO. THOMAS ; had ou a very low hard hat, dark cloth jacket, with pockets each side, dark striped vest, and clogs. A warrant has been issued for his apprehension. Information to be given to Inspector Gasson, Police Office, Willenhall, Staffordshire.— Bow- street, February 26. AND AGGRAVATED MISDEMEANOURS. Absconded from Eton, Bucks, charged with obtaining Food and Money by false pretences on the 16th instant: HENRY WILLIAMS, a boilermaker, who tramps the country, about 42 years of age, about 5 feet 6 inches high, very much pockmarked, blind of left eye, brown whiskers, shaved on chin, moustache clipped short, and of dirty appear- ance ; dressed in dark clothes and felt hat. He has an impediment in his speech when excited, and when in drink states that he is a member of the Beresford family and Lord Waterford's family, also states he is a member of the Carlton Club, and that he belongs to the Amalgamated Society of Boilermakers ; he lodges at public- houses aear iron foundries and smith's yards. Information to be given to Superinten- dent Dunham, Police Court, Slough, Bucks, or to Inspector Pearman, Eton, Bucks, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, February 26. Absconded, charged with conspiracy: J. BAXTER, 27, George- street, Chelsea, 27 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fair complexion, dark hair, slight whiskers ( sometimes shaved off.) £ 5 reward. Warrant issued. Information to be given to Superintendent Williamson, Detective Depart- ment, Great Scotland Yard, London.— Bow- street, Feb. 26. FELONIES. (' Not otherwise described). Description of FRANCIS PHILLIP WHEELER, charged upon a warrant with bigamy : about 27 years of age, about 5 feet 7 inches high, black hair, whiskers down sides of face, and moustache, and stoutly built; dressed in a rough blue pilot topcoat, with velvet collar. Information to be given to T3hief Constable Hunt, Town Hall, Leeds, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, March 1. Description of PETER CRIMM, charged with an aggravated assault upon a child; 27 years of age, 5 feet 6 MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATIONS. Missing from her home at Cinderford, since the 12th ultimo : MARGARET MOUNTJOY, 34 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, daik complexion, hair, and eyes, Roman nose, and pointed chin ; dressed in black bonnet, black jacket or striped shawl, black eardrops and brooch, with gold flowers. It is feared that some ill has befallen her. Information to be given to Superintendent Chipp, Coleford, or to Sergeant Critchley, Gloucestershire Constabulary, Cinderford.— Bow- street, March 5. Remanded until the 9th instant, at Newcastle- on- Tyne, charged with stealing £ 96 10s. from the pocket of a fellow lodger in au hotel there, about 4 a. m. on the 2nd instant : JOHN HALL ( supposed fictitious), says he is a native of Hull, but lives in Bingate, Darlington, where he was in business as a baker and butcher about three years ago, 36 years of age, but looks older, 5 feet 7J inches high, blue eyes, long sharp nose, high cheekbones, swarthy complexion, sandy hair, moustache, and beard on chin, cheeks shaved, bald, on forehead, and nearly so on crown, slender person, burn mark or cicatrix under right forearm, slight varicose veins, large cut mark on left forearm, scar or evil mark under left jaw, little finger of right hand has been split, abscess mark on third finger of right hand, scar of the size of a halfpenny on left breast, the nails of both thumbs appear to have been torn off and aro black ; dressed in dark grey tweed suit, vest and coat double- breasted, ' Finney and Walker, Newcastle' on neck strap of coat, grey check wool shirt, port- wine- coloured muffler with white spot, black Muller hat, maker Wilson, Grey- street, Newcastle, drab cloth double- breasted overcoat, wore a mackintosh, and elastic- side boots with toecaps; he is very cool and guarded, aud speaks almost in a whisper, as if hoarse, but with refined dialect. It is requested, in case he be recognised from this description, that a photograph may be forwarded, if possible, for comparison, to the Chief Constable, Newcastle- upon- Tyne. — Bow- street, March 5. Description of HENRY SMITH, convicted at the Salisbury Petty Sessions on the lst instant, and sentenced to 3 calendar months hard labour : 21 years of age, 5 ft. 3 inches high, hazel eyes, light hair, and pockmarked ; dressed in black coat, pockets on hips, brown striped trousers, black and white check scarf, blue striped shirt, and black felt hat. In- formation to be given to Superintendent Mathews, City Police Office, Salisbury,— Bow- street, March 5. Remanded at Spalding until the 16th instant, charged with larceny, a tramping joiner, who gave the name of JOHN WILSON : 55 years of age, 5 feet 61 inches high, fresh complexion, dark grey hair, whiskers, and moustache, blue eyes, oval face, and wart under right eye; dressed iu a grey cloth jacket and vest, cord trousers, strong lace- up boots, and black billycock hat; states he came from London, by way of Ware, Brackway, Cambridge, Landbeaoh, Cottenham, Ely, Peterborough, and Market Deeping. Information to be given to Superintendent Leaper, County Police Station, Spalding, Lincolnshire.— Bow- street, March 5. The dead body of a woman unknown, was found in the river Avon, at Saltford, near Bath, on the 27th ultimo : she is about 24 years of age, 4 feet 7 or 8 inches high, stout built, black curly hair, good teeth ; dressed in a black lace bonnet, with May flowers, violet linsey dress, body with a brown skirt, a blue skirt underneath, a black pannier, part of an old Btriped horse cloth worn as an apron, brown stays, chemise, white stockings, and old elastic- side boots, all the clothing much worn. The body appeared to have been in the water from 10 to 14 days : on the forehead was a contused ragged wound, about 4! j inches in length, and another wound across the bridge of the nose. The coroners inquest is adjourned until the 9th instant. The clothing worn by deceased are in the possession of the Police, and can be seen on application at the Police Station, Keynsham, near Bristol. Information to be given to Superintendent Emson, Somerset Constabulary, Temple Cloud, near Bristol.— Bow- street, March 5. Committed for trial at the ensuing quarter sessions at Carlisle, charged with assault aud robbery at Low House, Penrith, on the 27th ultimo : FRANK BOARD, railway labourer, 18 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, sandy hair, no whiskers, tender eyes, and wears ear- rings ; dressed in a suit of blue pilot cloth, soft billycock hat, and light lace- up boots; he is* a native of Stoke St, Mary, near Taunton, and says he left there at Christmas, 1872 ; has since been employed at Bradford and other places, and for the last five weeks has been working on the Settle and Carlisle Railway at Armathwaite. JAMES McCANN, stonemason, a native of Glasgow, 22 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, light hair, no whiskers, fair complexion, and small light moustache ; dressed in a blue pilot cloth jacket, tweed waistcoat, light tweed trousers, imitation sealskin cap, white slop under coat, aud a pair of light shoes; states that he had resided all his life at Glasgow until July, 1874, when he obtained employment on the abovo railway at Armathwaite, where he has been working ever since. And ROBERT PHILIPS, stonemason, native of Mansfield, Notts, 26 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, fair complexion, no whiskers, small light moustache, and dark brown hair; dressed in a brown tweed cloth coat aud vest, moleskin trousers, soft billycock hat, striped woollen muffler, and lace up boots ; has been employed for the last nine months upon the above railway. Information to be given to Superintendent Fowler, Penrith, or at the County Chief Constable's Office, Carlisle.— Bow- street, March 5. Description of a tramp remanded till the 9th instant, at Denbigh, on suspicion of having stolen a large clasp Knife, found in his possession, with buckhorn haft, on which is cut ' P. 0., 149,' on the blade are blood marks, and in the haft a hole by which it could be attached to a string or cord • he gives the name of TOM HOBIN, a tramping tailor, $ ays- he belongs to Belfast, Ireland, and that he worked recentlv at Holyhead as a labourer, about 36 years of age, 5 feet 8| inches high, dark hair, cut short, whiskers shaved off, and pale complexion ; dressed in old pilot cloth jacket, dark vest, grey trousers, elastic- side boots, and bowler hat. Informa- tion to be given to Superintendent Tudge, Denbigh. — Bow- street, March 3. Description of THOMAS GOODLIFFE, who absconded from the Calder Farm Reformatory School, Mirfield, on the 1st instant: 17 years of age, about 4 feet 6 inches high, fresh complexion, light grey eyes, light hair,, small scar upon end of nose, towards instep of left foot, and on back of left wrist, small mole on right shoulder, is a dogger, and a native of Barnsley ; dressed in a corduroy suit, with metal buttons, marked ' Calder Farm School.' Information to be given to Superintendent Airton, West Riding Constabulary, Dews- bury.— Bow- street, March 3. MissiDg from her home 6, Cavendish- street, Ipswich, on the lst instant: ELIZABETH TURNER, 52 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high, ruddy complexion, hair turning grey ;. dressed in a print gown, black and white shawl, violet- bonnet, with pink rose, and side- lace cashmere boots; she was depressed in mind, and it is feared some ill has befallen her. Information to be Police Office, Town March 3. given to Head Constable Mason. Hal), Ipswich, Suffolk.— Bow- street,, Found on the 12th ultimo, in the ladies' water closet at the Midland Railway Station, Gloucester: a male Child,, alive, about 5 weeks old, dressed in a calico roller round the body, 1J yard long, sewn and joined in centre, a fine linen shirt, with chain crochet round sleeves, a cotton back roller, a back flannel made out of an old petticoat, lined partly up the back with calico, two large napkins, made of rough sheeting, calico bedgown, marked with red cotton in peculiar shaped letters or figures, the bedgown has edging round tho neck and wrists, and in front is a piece of crochet, a lawn cap, with two borders, and a skull cap underneath. The child was wrapped up in a large plaid apron, black ground and blue stripes, about f- inch iu pattern, black binding round the top and wide black strings. A Feeding Bottle containing Milk was by the side of the child. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Griffin, Police Office, Gloucester.— Bow- street, Mareh 3. JAMES WATSON or WILSON, committed for trial for the hotel robbery at Middlesborough, on the 18th inst.,. was tried at Glasgow on the 26th December, 1861, for house- breaking and theft, and sentenced to 4 years penal servitude;, it is suspected that he has since been convicted in the name of WALLACE. Information to be given to Chief Constable Saggerson, Middlesborough, Yorkshire.— Bow- st., March 3. Escaped from custody on the 28th January last: GEO. WOODVINE, or WOODFINE, farm labourer, a native of Welshampton, Salop, committed for trial for obtaining a pair of Boots, by false pretences : he is 23 years of age, but looks 2 or 3 years older, 5 feet 4J inches high, brown eyes, black hair and whiskers, rather thin moustache: was dressed in dark blue prison uniform, ankle shoes, coarse blue worsted socks, blue and white striped shirt, and braces, made one side of cloth, and the other of canvas, without leather at erids, down looking, and apparently of quiet disposition, he mav very likely be now wearing the socks, shirt, and braces, and will probably have shaved off his whiskers and moustache ; has been several times convicted in Shropshire, has worked on board vessels as a coal trimmer, is said to be a ; deserter from Her Majesty's Service, and may have re- enlisted, it is also supposed that he is finding shelter in Brymbo, Minera, or at some place between here and his home ; has relatives living both in Manchester and Liverpool. Information to be given to the Governor of the Gaol at Mold, who will pay £ 10 reward to any person who will give such information as will lead to his apprehension befoie the 23rd instant, and subsequent to that date, a reward of £ 5 will be paid.— Bow- street, March 3. Remanded till the 6th instant, at Chesterfield, charged with larceny from the person : JAMES SMITH, alias NELSON, 29 years of age, 5 feet 5f inches high, brown hair, hazel eye*, fair complexion, flat nose, having been broken, slightly rounet shouldered, has lost four upper front teeth, and lisps. He states that he is a native of Manchester, but has for several years travelled the country as an umbrella mender and tinker. And ELIZABETH SMITH, his wife, 26 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, black hair and eyes, and dark com- plexion. She also states that she is a native of Manchester. Information to be given to Superintendent Carline, Chester- field, Derbyshire.— Bow- street, March 1. Description of DAVID CLARK, of Flamstead, Herts, who escaped from the custody of Police Coustable Noah Hunt, at the Ilemel Hempstead Police Station, on the 26th ultimo, charged with fowl stealing at Fiauistead : 26 years of age ( looks younger), about 5 feet 7 inches high, dark com- plexion, thin face, freckled, no whiskers, very dark brown hair, cut short, and slightly built; dressed in light drab cap, with lappets tied up on the top, light drab coat, much worn and ragged, dark check trousers, nearly new, strong lace- up boots, dark woollen shirt, and black and white scarf. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Isgate, Police Statioc, Hemel Hempstead, Herts.— Bow- street, Ma* ch 1. March 5 POLICE GAZE T T r. 3 Description of a man found killed on the railway at Kingston, near Shoreham, on the 24th ultimo : from 45 to 50 years of age, 5 feet 9 or 10 inches high, hair turning grey, fair complexion, brown bushy beard, upper lip shaven, and a scar on the left shin ; dressed in brown overcoat, grey jacket, black vest, brown trousers, buttons marked ' Cornhill, London,' cotton drawers, grey lambswool stockings, flannel shirt, white and violet striped cotton shirt, black scarf, web belt round the loins fastened with one buckle, sidespring boots, and Prince of Wales hat. Upon the body were found a bunch of - Keys, a double- bladed Knife, a French Penny, a Halfpenny, two Farthiugs, and a new red cotton Handker- chief. The coroner's inquest is adjourned until the 4th inst. Information to be given to Superintendent Parnell, West Sussex Constabulary, Steyning, or to Sergeant Silvester, Police Station, Shoreham, Sussex.— Bow- street, March 1. Committed to Leicester Borough Gaol on the 19th ult., for four months for larceny : a man, giving the name of GEORGE JONES, a native of Bristol, fish hawker, 25 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, brown hair, whiskers shaved off, light brown eyes, aquiliue nose, sallow complexion, long - face, proportionate figure, erect carriage, shabby appearance, large scar on left side of chin, mole right side of neck, 2 ditto back of neck left side, one ditto right side, mole [ between • shoulder blades, wart under left breast, small mole on left loin, right leg in- kneed, and walks with a limp ; dressed in light brown cloth jacket, black and brown striped vest, brown cloth trousers, pair of old spring side boots, and soft billy- cock hat. Also committed to the same Gaol on the 12th ultimo, for thr^ e months for larceny : he gives the name of JAMES TUBB, of Northampton, shoe- finisher, 31 years of age, 5 feet 2f inches high, dark brown hair, whiskers shaved off, light brown moustache, grey eyes, large nose and mouth, rather florid complexion, long face, proportionate figure, erect carriage, and of respectable appearance ; has lost two teeth from left side of upper jaw, mole on right side of nesk, birth mark on back of left forearm ; dressed in brown overcoat, dark cloth trousers, elastic side boots, and hard black billy- cock hat. Supposed to have committed offences elsewhere. Information to be given to Chief Constable Faradale, Town Hall, Leicester— Bow- street, March 1. Description of GEORGE HAWKER, remanded to Devizes Gaol, charged with felony : he is about 40 years of - age, 5 feet 7 inches high, round sallow complexion, dark eyes, dark hair and whiskers, turning grey, whiskers meeting under chin ; generally dresses in old black coat or jacket and vest, mixture cloth trousers, round soft billycock hat, or black cloth cap ; he is a jobbing shoemaker, and has been working in the counties of Wilts, Somerset, and Dorset., He is accompanied by a woman of short stature, dark complexion, and round shouldered, between 30 and 40 years of age ; she has been convicted for felony iu name of AGNES CROSS. The following pawn tickets were found in Hawker's possession : pawned with W. Self, Trowbridge, 2nd May, 1874, Book and Box, 2s.; ditto, 18th September, 1873, Work- box, 6s.; at J. Taylor's, Bradford- on- Avon, in the name of Sarah Hawker, two Fiat Irons aud three Forks, 14th Jauuary, 1874 ; ditto, 2nd January, 1874, in the name of Agnes Cross, Looking Glass; ditto, 5th November, 1874, in the name of Bessie Cross, a pair of Mittens; at Alfred Archard's, 15, Bath- st., Bath, 28th January, 1875, in the name of Agnes Cross, a pair • of women's Boots; ditto, in the name of George Hawker, 19th April, 1871, a Bible ; ditto, 21st April, 1874, a Suit, £ 1; ditto, 23rd January, 1874, in the name of Agnes Cross, an Umbrella ; at W. Gale's, Westbury, 23rd October, 1874, in the name of George Hawker, a Cloak, 10s. 6d. ; ditto, 23rd October, 1874, a Basket, two Pillows, three Knives and Forks; ditto, 23rd October, 1874, an Umbrella; ditto, 23rd October, 1874, a Guard; ditto 10th January, 1874, a Coat and Vest, 7s. 6d. Information to be gi^ en to Super- intendent Wiltshire, Police Station, Chippenham, Wilts— — Bow- street, March 1. Committed to Northallerton Gaol, on the 22nd instant, for 14 days hard labour each, under the Vagrant Act : FREDERICK BAINES, 34 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, blue eyes, dark brown hair, whiskers, and moustache, sallow complexion, cut mark under right eye ; dressed in brown cloth coat and vest, dark cotton cord trousers, brown soft cap, and clogs, all old aud much worn; states he is a native of Stockport, and a labourer or stoker on board ships. GEORGE TOML1NSON, 29 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high, grey eyes, dark brown hair, tuft of hair on chin, sallow complexion, pockpitted, lost thumb on right hand, and fore- finger on same hand contracted, tattooed with the letter ' T.' on left arm ; dressed in black cloth coat, striped cloth vest, moleskin trousers, black felt hat, and elastic- side boots, all old and much worn; states he is a labourer, and a native of Stockport. Information to be given to Superintendent Metcalfe, North Riding Constabulary, Malton, or to Inspector Milner, Kirby Moorside, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, February 26. Description of THOMAS JONES, convicted at Willen- hall on the 22nd instant, for stealing a Coat, and sentenced to one month imprisonment: a labourer, about 38 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, proportionately built, pale completion, dark brown hair and moustache, whiskers shaved off, walks erectly, ' D' on left side, and small burn maik under) left breast; says he has been in the 9th Foot. Infor mation tobe given to Inspector Gasson, Police Office, Willen- faall, Staffordshire.— Bow street, February 26. Description of a man who gave the name of JAMES SMITH, committed for trial at the next quarter sessions to be holden at Petworth on the 9th April next, on three charges of larceny : about 24 years of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, fresh complexion, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, sandy moustache, whiskers shaved off, large mole on left shoulder blade, marks from boil on neck, and a knife- cut across wrist; dressed in • dark blue pilot trousers, blue slop, black and white check woollen shirt, flannel shirt underneath, flannel drawers, blucher boots, and black cap with stitched band and peak. He says he was a sailor and was discharged from a Scotch vessel at Newcastle- on- Tyne about two months ago. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Parnell, West Sussex Constabulary, Steyning, or to Sergeant Silvester, Police Station, Shoreham.— Bow- street, February 26. Description of a tramping tailor, remanded at Romsey Police Station, charged with stealing a £ 5 Note : he gives the name o£ AMBROSE PARKER, of South Devon, 38 yrs. of age, 5 feet 3| inches high, thin features, long nose, brown hair and whiskers, dark grey eyes, tattooed cn left forearm with ' P', a cup, cross pipes and Prince of Wales Feathers. Information to be given to Superintendent Kellaway, Hants Constabulary, Romsey.— Bow- street, February 26. Remanded at Spilsby until the lst proximo, on a charge « ! larceny : a tramp who gives the name of HENRY plexion, black hair, hazel eyes, and is now clean shaven, but lias been wearing a large beard and moustache; he states that he is a labourer, was born in America, and has served 12 years in the 12th Lancers. Information to be given to Superintendent Richdale, Spilsby, Lincolnshire.— Bow- street, February 26. Description of JOHN WILSON, alias WILLIAM TURNBULL, alias TURNSILL, alias TURNILL, com- mitted for trir. l at the next Cardiganshire Assizes, charged with sacrilege : he is 42 years of age, 5 feet 11 itches high, slightly built, pale complexion, light sandy and thin hair, grey eyes, letter ' T.' back of left hand, nose inclines to the right, scar on right leg, left eye injured, and has a white spot in it; he wears spectacles, formerly belonged to the Police force at Perth, also has been em^ Al< td as a book- hawker and writing clerk, is a good matmaker and prison tailor ; has been convicted at Aberdeen, three times at Perth, once at Edinburgh, Stirling, Dalton, Lancashire, Aberayron, and Corwen, for felonies, and has been committed to Wakefield Prison as a disorderly pauper. Information to be given to the Governor of Cardigan County Prison, who will forward a photograph of the prisoner on application.— Bow- st., Feb. 26. Description of JAMES SMITH, a native of Cottenham, Cambs., and late corn merchant at Cambridge, committed for trial at the Cambridge Assizes upon a charge of forgery : about 50 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, rather stout build, full face, dark hair, whiskers and moustache turning grey, puffy about the eyes, and scar on left cheek ; dressed iu a high black hat, speckled coat, dark trousers and vest. Information to be given to Superintendent Long, Police Station, Linton, Cambs.— Bow- stree', February 26. Description of MARY MANION, committed for trial at the Cardiganshire Assizes, on the 13th proximo, charged with larceny from the person : 16 years of age, 5 feet Oit inch high, pale complexion, grey eyes, brown hair, broad nose, she is a hawker and a native of Goginan, born of Irish parents. Was convicted at Pennal, Merionethshire, 27th September, 1872, of felony, and sentenced to 2 calendar months imprison- ment. Iuformation to be given to the Governor of Cardigan County Prison, who will forward a, photograph of prisoner on application.— Bovi- street, February 26. will be paid on conviction of the offender or offenders and recovery of the property. Information to be given to Chief Constable Simm, Borough Police, Wigan, Lancashire— Bow- street, Febmary 26. Stolen from a bedroom in the Railway Inn, in the borough of Wigan : a mahogany Box, about 6 ins. by 12 ins., containing £ 85 iu Gold, £ 30 in £ 5 and £ 10 Bank of England Notes, and three old- fashioned silver verge Watches. Sup- posed to have been stolen on the 24th instant, as on the evening of that day a young woman applied for a situation as servant, and was engaged ; she went up stairs, as she said to write a letter, aud when she came down went out, saying she was going to post it, but she did not return : she is about 28 years of age, about 5 feet 3 inches high, light brown hair, stout mike, and very good looking; dressed in a black dress, grey chest preserver, dark grey waterproof cloak, hat, and a muffler round her neck. £ 5 reward will be paid on the conviction of the offender and recovery of the property, or in proportion to the amount recovered. Information to be given to Chief Constable Simm, Wigan, Lancashire.— Bow- street, February 26. Stolen between 9 a. m, and 4 p. m. on the 18th instant, from the dwelling- house of George White, of Bishop Wilton: a brown cloth Overcoat, with brown buttons and velvet collar, has two large pockets, and a small one on left breast outside ; a dark mixture cloth Coat and Yest; a pair of dark cloth Trousers, with light stripe down sides; four new cotton Shirts; a new flannel Shirt; and a pair of worsted Stockings. Information to be given to Superintendent Cordukes, East Riding Constabulary, Pocklington, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, February 24. PROPERTY STOLES. Stolen from the bedroom of an hotel in Chester, on the 25th ultimo : a lady's gold lever Watch, maker John Lowe, Chester, No. 4302, had attached a gold Neckchain, open link, a small gold Pencilcase ( imperfect), and a copper- coloured gold Talisman, in the form of a naked figure, holding a ball in its hand. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Towu Hall, Chester.— Bow- street, March 5. Stolen from the stall of Mary Ann Hailey, in Oaken- gates Market, on the night of the 27th ultimo : a dark grey twill Dress, new, with three frills on the skirt, trimmed with black braid, sleeves trimmed with same, eight black glass buttons up the front of the body. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Richardson, Wellington, or to Sergeant Merricks, County Constabulary Office, Oakengates, Salop.— Bow- street, March 5. Stolen from a stable at the Crown Hotel, Penrith, on the 2nd instant, the property of the Earl of Lonsdale : a pair of nearly new flat leather driving Reins, with silver buckles ; and a steel curb Chain. Also stolen on the 23rd ultimo, from a conveyance between Skelton and Penrith : about 8 yards of red mixture Tweed. Information to be given to Superintendent Fowler, Penrith, or at the County Chief Constable's Office, Carlisle, Cumber- land.— Bow- street, March 5. Stolen on or since the 22nd ultimo, from an Hotel in Macclesfield : a gentleman's gold English lever Watch, with open face, gold dial, engine- turned case, No. 23380, had attached a fine gold Chain, about 8 inches long, with Key appendage in the form of a dog's head, slightly damaged; and a lady^' s gold English lever Watch, open face, gold dial, engraved case, No. 12225, and had attached a long gold guard Chain, plaited wire pattern. £ 10 reward will be paid on the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders, and recovery of the property, or in proportion to the amount recovered. Information to be given to Chief Constable Sheasby, Macclesfield, Cheshire. — Bow- street, March 5. Stolen from a dwelling- house at Cranmore, during the night of the lst instant: a black wituey cloth Overcoat, medium size, very fine velvet collar, doable- breasted, Italian lining, nearly new. Iuformation to be given to Sergeant Williams, Shepton Mallet, Somersetshire.— Eow- st. March 3. Stolen from a shop in Leicester, on the 18th instant : a rough dark blue cloth Chesterfield Overcoat, collar of the same material, lined throughout with brown musquash fur. Information to be given to Chief Constable Farndale, Leicester.— Bow- street, March 3. Stolen from the London, Chatham, and Dover Railway, between the night of the 24th and morning of the 25th ult., at or between Blackfriars Station and the gooals station at Stewarts Lane, Wandsworth- road: eight pairs of lady's new polished button Boots, from a box addressed ' Mrs. Stafford, Upper Norwood.' Information to be given to Inspector Moore, Goods Manager's Office, London, Chatham, and Dover R- ilway, Victoria Station, Pimlico.— Bow- street, March 1. Stolen on the morning of 23rd ultimo from a truck ia transit between London and Cambridge : two sets of Sable Fur Trimmings for Ladies' Jackets, value £ 44. Information to be given to J. Hedington, Superintendent of Police, Great Eastern Railway, Bishopsgate Station.— Bow- street, March 1. Stolen from the premises of Mr. Frederick Burrows, at March, on the 26 th ultimo : a lady's gold Geneva Watch, No. 21581 | 45774, gold dial, black figures, and metal dome ; and a lady's gold Chain, flat Brazilian pattern, stamped ' 9 c. T.' Information to be given to Superintendent Collins, March, Isle of Ely, Cambs.— Bow- street, March 1. Stolen between 5 and 6 p. m. on the 22nd instant, from outside a draper's shop in the High- street, Uckfield, Sussex : six new woollen Shirts, one black and red plaid, one blue, with cotton stripes ( marked ' E/ 0),' and four grey, with coloured stripes. Information to be given to Superintendent Peerless, Uckfield, Sussex, or at any Police Station in East Sussex.— Bow- street, February 26. Stolen on the 22nd instant, from a bedroom at the ' Raven' inn, Wigan : a gold lever Watch, gold dial, steel hands, outside case chased and had a small indentation in it, No. 1577, had attached a plain link gold guard Chain, which COLLINS, 34 years of age, 5~ feet 8 inches high, dark com- was broken in the middle and tied in a knot. £ 3 reward FOUND BY POLICE OFFICERS. ( On the Persons of Prisoners or elsewhere.) Found in the possession of a tramp who is remanded : a silver Geneva Watch, No. 7228, white dial, gold hands, steel seconds hand ; and a black silk neck Guard with Key, supposed to have been stolen. Information to be given to the Deputy Chief Constable, Litchurch, Derby.— Bow- street, March 3. OFFENCES UNDER, " THE PREVENTION OF CRIMES ACT. 1871." Description of three persons under police supervision, who have neglected to report their change of residence, as required by the Pievention of Crimes Act, 1871 : JULIA SCULLY, alias HUGHES, about 22 years of age, 5 feet high, brown hair, and has a cut mark on ball of left thumb; was convicted ef larceny at the Salford Sessions in January, 1873, and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment and 7 years police supervision. CATHERINE O'BRIAN, about 40 years of age, 4 feet 10jj inches high, brown hair, pockmarked, and has a cut mark corner of right eye; was convicted of larceny at the Salford Sessions, in November, 1872, and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment and 2 years police supervision. ROBERT WHITWORTH, about 27 years of age, 5 feet 5J inches high, brown hair, has sears on forehead, right cheek, and wrist ; was convicted of larceny at the Salford Sessions, in August, 1873, and sentenced to 18 months imprisonment and 5 years police supervision. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Town Hall, Oldham, Lancashire.— Bow- street, March'h. Description of ROBERT BRYAN, alias WINSHIP, who lias failed to report himself at the Police Station, Hull, he having been sentenced to four months hard labour and two years police supervision on the 20th October, 1874, for felony; was released from Beverly Gaol on the 19th Feb., 1975, stating his destination to be Hull: 36 years of age, 5 feet 5 iuehes high, ginger hair, two flags, anchor, and ' R. Bryan' on right arm, and a woman and ' J. W. B.' on left arm. Information to be given to Chief Constable Cook, Hull, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, March 5. Description of licence- holder GEORGE ARMETT No. 3895, who has left Brindley Ford, Staffordshire, without giving notice to the Police : he is about 36 years of age, 6 feet 3 inches high, dark complexion, dark hair, hazel eyes, and has slight scars on his eyebrows ; he was tried at Stafford Quarter Sessions on January 4th, 1869, for larceny at Horton, near Leek, and sentenced to 7 years penal servitude; he is supposed to have gone into Lancashire. Information to be given to Superintendent Baker, Police Station, Tunstall, Stoke- upon- Trent.— Bow- street, March 3. Description of JOHN BANKS, convicted at Hull Sessions on the 22nd October last, and sentenced to 4 months imprisonment and 4 years police supervision ; he was dis- charged from Hull Gaol on Feb. 21st, 1875, his destination being Barton- on- Humber, but has failed to report himself : Reg. No. B 13166, 20 years of age, 5 feet inches high, brown hair; supposed to have gone to sea. Information to be given to Superintendent Fuller, Bartcn- on- Humber, Lin- colnshire.— Bow- street, March 1. Description of license holder No. 155 CHARLES SHARPE, who has left Cheltenham, without reporting him- self, as required by the Prevention of Crimes Act43 years of age, 4 feet 11-|- inches high, grey hair, brown eyes, olive complexion, has been a jockey, and will probably be found in some stables. He was convicted of larceny at Bury St. Edmunds, on the 5th July, 1869, and sentenced to 7 years penal servitude; released from Brixton Convict Prison, December 21st, 1874. Information to be given to Superin- tendent Day, Gloucestershire Constabulary, Cheltenham.— Bow- street, February 26. Description of JAMES McKYE, a licence holder, who has failed to report himself, and who has left Birmingham without giving notice of his removal, as required by the Prevention of Crimes Act, 1871 : 34 years of age, 5 feet 7| inches high, fair complexion, brown hair, grey eyes, scar on right side of forehead and on front of neck, and mole and scar on back; he is said to have gone to reside in Ben Jon son- street, Liverpool. Also of CHARLES WILLETTS under police supervision, who has failed to report himself: 39 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, dark brown hair, two large scars on left loin, mole on right collar bone, and two moles on back ; his sentence expires on 19th October, 1875. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Glossop, Police Office, Moor Street, Birmingham, Warwick,— BotC- siteet, February 26. # 4 POLICE GAZETTE. March 5. CRIMINALS' REGISTER OFFICE. Particulars of Persons to be Liberated from Prisons in England and Wales during the ensuing WEEK ending lZth March, 1875, and sentenced to Police Supervision under the provisions of Section 8 of the " Prevention of Crimes Act, 1871." Office Register Number, NAME and ALIAS. DESCRIPTION. Prison from which Liberated, and Date of Liberation. Offence for which Convicted. Sentence. Period for which subject to Police Supervision. Intended Residence after Liberation. 6 Height. Hair. Eyes. Face. Trade or Occupation. MASKS and BBHABKS. B 9889 John Shaw Rhodes 51 Brooks C 11891 Mary Ann Carpenter 56 F 3911 Thomas Flint 38 H 4655 Mary Hampson, alias 22 Maria Hanson H 12066 Thomas Had field 23 K 376 Mary Kelly 61 K 1930 George Baker, alias 41 Richard Kird and Newman K I94< J Matilda Kemp 49 Ii 3151 John Lomas 20 M 50 Mary Ann McCarty, 25 alias McCarthy R 6634 George Royle 44 S 10410 Charlotte Stephenson 24 S 10938 Thomas Jones, alias 22 Horace Swan B 14410 Sarah Bryant, alias 21 Jane Jones, and Ellen Webb 5 3i 4 10 5 5 5 0 5 3i 5 2 5 3 4 10 5 2i 5 1 5 5i 4 11 5 0i 5 4 brown grey brown brown brown white brown brown brown dk. brn brown brown dk. hrn It. brn It. hrn grey brown blue grey hazel grey grey brown blue brown brown brown blue fresh sallow sallow dark fresh fresh fresh dark fresh dark fresh dark dark fresh traveller factoryhand labourer hawker labourer Manchester 8 1 3 | 75 " fc. Hertford 1 | 3 | , 75 Manchester 8 13 | 75 Manchester 8 | 3 | ? 5 Manchester 8 | 3 | 75 Chester ( County) 9 [ 3 [ 75 Maidstone 8 I 3 I 75 charwoman j Manchester 8 1 3 | 75 sawjcr factoryhand packer servant stoker brushmaker Manchester 8 | 3 | 75 Manchester 8 | 3 | 75 Manchester 8 I 3 I 75 Manchester 8 I 3 1 75 Cold Bath Fields 13 | 3 | 75 Birmingham 13 I 3 | 75 Fraud Larceny, simple Larceny, simple Larceny, simple Housebreaking Burglary Larceny, Bimple Larceny, simple Larceny, simple Larceny simple Larceny, simple Larceny, simple Larceny, person Larceny, simple 12 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 15 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 9 months 9 months 7 years 1 year 3 years 7 years 7 years 5 years 1 year 1 years 7 year3 7 years 7 years 7 years 4 years 1 year Revoked license holder Great Berkhampstead Manchester Manchester Manchester The Rookery, Runcorn, Cheshire 7, Castle- court, Ful- wood's- rents, Holborn Manchester Manchester Staly bridge Openshaw Manchester 36, Camden - street, Bethnal Green- road 6, Hinge- street, Bir mingham Scars on forehead and nose Two previous convictions for felony Scars on nose and each hand Two previous convictions for felony Scars on forehead and left cheek. Two previous con- victions for felony Blue mark right of forehead. Three previous convictions for felony Blind left eye, tree right arm, ' S. G. A. S.', anchor, and flower in pot left arm, ' C. M. W. R,' left hand, pockmarked Moles on neck and left shoulder. Two previous convictions for felony Scar first left finger Cut on forehead, nose broken. Two previous convictions for feluny Dot and moles right arm, top of left little fiDger crooked. Two previous convictions for felony Scar over left breast Part of letter ' T.' right arm, three marks loft arm Pockmarked, scar on nose and shin Particulars of Persons to be Liberated from Prisons in England and Wales, during the ensuing WEEK ending 13th March, 1875, and subject to the special liabilities imposed by the provisions of Section 7 of the " Prevention of Crimes Act, 1871.' Office NAME and ALIAS. DESCRIPTION. Prison from which Liberated, ancl Date of Liberation. Offence for Sentence. Intended Residence MARKS and REMARKS. Register Number. 6 SJO < 1 Height. Hair. Eyes. Face. Trade or Occupation. which Convicted. after Liberation. C 5599 Alfred Chine C 6194 Alice Smith, alias Kate Coney and Catherine Fossey C 11895 Frederick Crutchley F 4082 Belinda Lewis, alias Eliza Franklin G 1103 Thomas Smith, alias Griggs G 5057 Sarah Gulslon, alias Gelston H 5952 Ann Hinton II 9255 Clifford Haywood J 1690 Emma Jones J 2932 William Orton, alias Johnson and Jones J 3407 Henry Jupp, alias Thompson William King, alias Saunders K 1561 Ii 2710 h 3228 M 7649 S 6972 T 137P Thomas Trott W 1231- 1 Mark Wills W 12342 Thomas Langdon, alias George Williams William Luckett Mary Ann Lyons, alias Molloy William Sherratt, alias Skerratt, 19 20 17 27 21 29 18 20 43 60 23 17 43 23 18 20 63 31 5 21 5 4 5 51 4 111 5 6 5 5| 5 li 5 61 5 11 5 3 5 4 5 2|- 5 8 5 6 5 1 5 4i 5 7 7 It. brn dark brown light dk. brn brown brown brown brown grey dk. brn John Wood, alias Wm Harrison and James Jenkins brown brown It. bm dk. brn It. brn grey brown blue brown grey brown grey hazel brown blue brown hazel light dark fresh fair light fair dark fresh fair light freBh brown grey It. br. i blue brown b'. own ' fresh brown ihazel ' fresh brown ' j^ ey dark fresh fresh dark sallow wheelwrght dressmaker miner dressmaker baker milliner servant carpenter labourer paint 3r boxmaker labourer coal porter factoryhand dyer labourer labourer hawker Cold Bath Fields 8 | 3 | 75 Westminster 8 | 3 | 75 Stafford 11 | 3 | Is Westminster 13 1 3 | 75 Cold Bath Fields 9 1 3 | 75 Westminster 13 | 3 | 75 Westminster 8 | 3 | 75 Wandsworth 6 | 3 1 75 Westminster 8 | 3 i 75 Cold Bath Fields 14 | 3 | 75 Lowes Cold Bath Fields 13 | 3 | 75 Taunton 20 j 3 | 73 . Cold Bath Fields 8 | 3 | 75 Manchester 8 | 3 [ 75 Salford 10 | 3 | 73 Taunton 20 | 3 | 75 Taunton 17 | 3 | 75 Portsmouth ( Convict) 15 | 2 I 75 Larceny, simple Felony Assault and robbery Felony Larceny, simple Felony Felony Embezzlement Felony Larceny, simple Larceny, simple Larceny, person Larceny, simple Larceny, servant Larceny, simple Assault with intent to rob Larceny, simple Wounding Larceny, person 12 months 12 monthB 12 months 9 months 2 years 18 months 12 months 6 months 12 months 9 months 12 months 9 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 12 months 15 months 11, Friendly - place, White Horse - place, Mile End- road 23, Brook- street, Hol- born 66, Lever- street, Gos- well- road 38, John's - terrace, Hackney- road Not known 5, Churchway, Euston- road 237, New- road, Camber- well Not known Not known Brighton 19, George - street, Wlntechapel Shepton Mallet Ealing Manchester Thompson - street, Manchester Taunton Yeovil 7 years penal ser- vitude Discharged Prisoners' Aid Society, London Scar over left eye Scar over right eye. Two previous coa » victions for felony Cut left of mouth and left shin, wound marks on back Mole upper lip Birth mark over left eye. Two previous convictions for felony Scar on forehead. Two previous con- victions for felony Dot left hand Scars both arms. Two previous con- victions for felony Scar over right eye. Four previous convictions for felony 1H. J. A. S.', cross, ' H.', and dot left arm, square with dot in centre on left hand. Two previous convictions for felony i Two blue marks right arm, two\ p, nclior& left arm. Three previous conmctions- for felony Cut left ear, eye, and nose Scar right elbow Mole on back Cuts on forehead Mermaid, cross, and flower pot left arra, rifle right arm. Two previous con- victions for felony Cuts on forehead aud left thumb Scar on nose and both elbows, mole on belly and right side. Two previous- convictions for felony March 5 POLICE GAZETTE. WAR OFFICE, GGGGGG^ Mcrch 5, 1875. DESERTERS FROM H E R MAJESTY'S SERVICE; On and after this date ( 12 July, 1872), until further notice, the Reward given for the Apprehension of Deserters will be in sums vary- From FIVE SHILLINGS to TWENTY SHILLINGS; tlie amount being assessed according to the circumstances of each particular case. K. B.— The applications for Bewards will only be taken into consideration when submitted through and recommended by the Committing Magistrate. » HOB 10. NAME. BUG. HO. OOBPi. WHEBB BOBN. TB& DB. SIZB. BYES. PACK. lOOAI & 1SOU8BBB. BATH 0? DB8EBTK. PLACE or DESBETION. MASKS AKD REMAR2B 111610 141611 141612 141613 141614 241615 £ 41616 241617 241618 241619 Abdy, George Askham, William Aught, George Bunker, Alfred Baldock, George Burnside, Edward Bane, Richard Brown, John Bourke, Stephen Brimson, Richard 4612 476 41173 1465 1890 82 410 40 97 40802 Gren. Guards 19th Foot Boy. Artillery 19t, h Hussars 3rd Foot 20th Foot 23rd Foot 60th Rifles 102nd Foot Roy. Artillery Berwick Tring, Hirts Atherstone, Warwick St. Pancras, Middx. Hornsey Glasgow Sudbury, Suffolk Crossford, Lanark Kildare, Ireland Bethnal- gn., Midcbr. brewer boilermaker hatter stoker labourer waiter labourer tailor blacksmith 23 19 24i 20f 23 1 23 18* 24| 21J 20 81 61 41 10 61 5 61 41 8 5 dk. bTW hazel brown hazel dk. brn dk. brn brown black dark brown It. brn brown grey grey blue hazel blue blue hazel hazel fresh fresh dark fresh fresh dark fair fair fair sallow regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 9 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 6 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 8 Feb. 14 Feb. 6 Feb. Dublin Chester W oolwich Hounslow Limerick Preston Aldershot Winchester Kildare Woolwich broke out of barracks lost several teeth scar on left eyelid off furlough ditto to Kildare, Ireland 241620 Bradford, Arthur 2666 ditto Barnstaple, Devon carpenter 22 5 9J light grey fresh ditto 9 Feb. ditto off pass to Barnstaple, Devon 241621 Barry, Garrett • 4110 ditto Limerick labourer 201 5 41 brown grey fresk ditto 13 Feb. Preston scar middle of right thigh in front 241622 Brown, John 4340 ditto Preston, Lancashire Rapley, Hants ditto 201 5 41 dk. brn grey fresh ditto 10 Feb. ditto has been in 3rd Lancashire Militia 241623 Bowers, Eli 792 ditto ditto 33| 5 10 It. brn brown fair ditto 17 Feb. Dover D 241624 Bradley, Henry 2443 ditto Lambeth, Surrey blacksmith 21 5 8 brown blue fair ditto 15 Feb. ditto scar on chest; took part of reg. nee. 241625 Brown, Thomas 2710 ditto Sheffield, Yorks clerk 22 5 7 It. brn grey fair ditto 8 Feb. ditto scar left side, bald patch back of head 241626 Berry, Harry — 61stBrig. Dep. Renfrew miner 19 5 81 dk. brn brown fresh plain 7 Feb. Ayr recruit, not finally approved 241627 Cooper, Charles 1347 8th Hussars Hull, Yorks groom 22 5 71 brown grey fresh regimental 8 Feb. Longford 241628 Carr, Arthur Henry 1185 12th Lancers Maiden, Essex — 261 5 9 It. brn grey fair ditto 11 Feb. Manchester took part of reg. nec. 241629 Coxham, John 327 16th Foot Marylebone, Middx. labourer 181 5 811 brown hazel freBh ditto 9 Feb. Chatham 241630 241631 241632 241633 241634 241635 241636 241637 241638 241639 Coyne, John Colbourne, Joseph Clark, William Cree, Hugh Cameron, Simon Connor, Patrick Cook, James Collins, John Caragher, Patrick Carrall, Richard 1316118th Foot 1790 1831 389 1494 2515 38365 2569 2652 4457 30th Foot 69th Foot 79th Foot 91st Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto ditto Dublin Walton, Lancaster Southampton, Hants Blantyre, Ayr Kiltarlit. y, Rcss Chatham, Kent St. Pancras, Middx. Cappy, Torone Creggin, Armagh Maesteg, Glamorgan ditto butcher labourer hammermn. labourer bricklayer plasterer labourer ditto ditto 351 201 251 191 231 261 20J 241 271 51 6 61 6 7 71 71 101 61 brown brown brown brown brown brown dk. brn brown brown It. brn grey groy grey blue grey hazel blue grey grey brown fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh freBh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 10 Feb. 9 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 8 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 7' Feb. 12 Feb. 14 Feb. Shorncliffe Portsmouth Gibraltar Aldershot Newry Woolwich ditto ditto Aldershot Newport, M had £ 11 19 « . in his possession off furlough to Liverpool ditto ' A. H.' on left arm tattooed ou arms, left little finger contracted. ofF furlough to Greenock ditto to Newtonhamilton, Armagh ' R. W.' and a bird on left arm 241640 Cook, Edward 2406 ditto Brickett, Bedford ditto 24|, 5 41 j brown irown | fresh ditto .5 Dec. 1 Natal 241641 Conner, James 2876 ditto ECilcoek, Kildare Islington, Middx. ditto 25 4| irown > rey fresh dittc 13 Feb. Devonport lalf moon on left hand 241642 Clancey, John — l6tliBrig. Pep. ditto L8 8 irown iazel resh Dlain L3 Feb. iVoolwich recruit, approved 241643 Dalkin, John 635 2nd Life Gds. 3hester- le- Street* grocer 25 11 Drown lazel Tesh regimental 12 Feb. London inole left side * Durham 241614 Dellow, Henry Geo. 1955 1st Foot Tottenham, Middx. carman 231 5 6 orown grey resh ditto 12 Feb. Edinburgh ost two upper incisor teeth 241645 Donovan, William 349 3th Foot 3t. Fin Bars, Cork abourer 191 5 6 irown jrown ' resh ditto 6 Feb. Cork scar on left leg 241646 Day, John 1611 24th Foot Birmingham ditto 281 5 6 jrown lazel resh ditto 8 Feb. Aldershot off pass to Birmingham 241647 Dixon, Charles 151 40tbBrig. Dep. Gloucester ; inman 191 5 6} ) lack dark resh ditto 6 Feb. Gosport took part of reg. nec. 241648 Evans, John Thos. 1040 L05th Foot Carmarthen shoemaker 94 5 81 jrown lazel resh ditto 12 Feb. Sheffield 241649 Ellis, George 2174 Roy. Artillery Bantry, Yorkshire ireman 26| 5 11 irown lazel fair ditto 15 Dec. Natal 241650 Fitton, James 741; 22nd Foot Middleton jricklayer 21f 5 54 light grey air ditto 8 Feb. Manchester took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. 241651 Fielder, James 1548 37th Foot abourer 34 5 5 jrown lazel sallow ditto 9 Feb. iiosport 241652 Glenery, R. 321 27th Foot Lurgan, Armagh mason 231 5 6 It. bm lazel tresh hospital elothing 7 Feb. Snniskillen scar on left groin i escaped from hospital 241653 Grant, John 1140 52nd Foot Brighton, Sussex tailor 301 5 6 It. bm grey fresh regimental 16 Feb. Portsmouth married > 41654 Greslow, Wm. 1474 64th Foot leek, Stafford silk twister 26 5 91 sandy grey fresh plain 6 Feb. Glasgow 241655 Gilligan, James Gill, Peter 4514 Roy. Artillery Bury, Lancashire . abourer 20 5 71 dk. bm brown fresh regimental 13 Feb. Sheffield scald mark in front of left ear 241656 — 6th Brig. Dep. Liverpool shoemaker 211 5 61 Driwn Iiazel sallow brown ; black 12 Feb. Liverpool recruit 241657 Harland, John 781 18 th Foot Lurgan, Armagh weaver 22? 5 61 dk. brn hazel sallow regimental 7 Feb. Shomcliffo off furlough 241658 Hobbs, Richard 351 77th Foot Barkingside, Essex shoemaker 20 5 71 It. bm hazel fresh ditto 7 Feb. Chatham scar right leg 241659 Holmes, Charles 728 94th Foot Alford, Lincoln . abourer 331 5 51 dk. brn grey fresh ditto 13 Feb. Curragh scar over left hip joint and on left cheek 241660 Harvey, Charles — Roy. Artillery Freshwater, I. of. W. grocer 20 5 81 It. brn blue fair plain 9 Feb. Dublin scar under left eye j recruit 241661 Hafford, James 2752 ditto Dublin labourer 24 5 101 It. bra grey fresh ditto 15 Feb. Falmouth recruit 241662 Jones, Thomas 4- 58 103rd Foot Tunstall, Stafford collier 191 5 8 It. brn grey frrsh regimental 6 Feb. Newport, M took part of reg. nec. 241663 Johnstone, Wm. 4473 Roy. Artillery Preston, Lancashire carter 22| 5 5 brown hazel fresh ditto 8 Feb. Preston tattooed front of clieBt 241664 Kenworthy, Saml. 3130 Cold. Guards Sheffield, Yorks engineer 201 5 111 It. brn brown fresh ditto 9 Feb. London 241665 Kendrick, Charles — 66th Foot Derby labourer 22 5 5 It. bm grey fair black; cord 11 Feb. Reading tattooed on right arm; recruit 241666 Kaye, Jack Lindsey, Wm. 41526 Roy. Artillery Huddersfield, Yorks carter 191 5 41 brown grey fresh regimental 6 Feb. Woolwich 241667 708 22nd Foot Manchester driller 184 5 6i brown brown fresh ditto 11 Feb. Manchester took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. 211668 Lausing, Cornelius 78 69th Foot Liverpool seaman 241 5 9 brown grey light ditto 1 Feb. Gibraltar 241669 Lochart, John 494 90th Foot Coatbridge, Lanark miner 211 5 6} It. brn bluo fresh plain 8 Feb. Hamilton recruit, finally approved 241670 Lacey, Joseph 2672 Roy. Artillery Lambeth, Surrey labourer 20£-: 5 41 brown blue fresh regimental 15 Dec. Natal 241671 Love, John 704 57thBrig. Dep. Cupar, Fife ditto 20 5 5i brown grey pale ditto 9 Feb. Perth tsok part of reg. nec. 241672 Meeban, James 143 i 1st Dragoons Clifton, Somerset servant 191 5 8i black bluo dark ditto 4 Feb. Edinburgh 241673 Matthews, Wm. 1451 6t, h Drag. Gds. Oldcastle, Meath groom 24 5 81 brown brown fresh ditto 5 Feb. Dublin off pass 241674 Macnamee, Peter* — 17th Lancers Monaghan labourer 21 5 81 It. bm grey fresh plain 31 Jan. t * or Macnamara * en route to Dundslit 241675 McKnown, John 664 22nd Foot Newry, Armagh ditto 221 5 61 brown grey fresh regimental 6 Feb. Manchester took part of reg. nee. 241676 McCrorey, John 159 76th Foot Comberelady, Derry ditto 251 5 8 black hazel dark ditto 13 Feb. Fermoy tattooed on arms ; off furlough 241677 McGlove, John 440 91st Foot Glasgow hammermn. 20 5 51 dk. brn hazel fresh ditto 10 Feb. Newry S41678 McKay, Alexander 1484 93rd Foot Dundee; Forfar — 19? 5 3 dk. brn hazel fresh < 15 Feb. Woolwich broke out of barracks 241679 Martin, Robert 8 102nd Foot Glasgow labourer 20 5 6 brown § rey fresh regimental 16 Feb. Portland tattooed on arms 241680 Mills, Ihomas 4087 104th Foot Soutlisea, llants shoemaker 201 5 61 brown blue fair ditto 9 Feb. Dover off' furlough 241681 McKain, James 2959 Royal H. Art. jDungannon, Tyrone labourer 281 5 6f- brown blr. e fresh ditto 15 Feb. Cliristchrch scar left of mouth, scar on left thigh 241682 McMahon, John 2427 Roy. Artillery Dublin cabinetmkr. 29 5 41! brown grey fresh ditto 5 Feb. Exeter 241683 Murphy, Patrick — ditto Monaghan shoemaker 22 5 81 idk. brn grey dark tweed j dark 4 Feb. * recruit * en route to Liverpool 241684 McKennon, John 3083 ( Sitto Durham moulder 20| 5 101 red grey fresh regimental 15 Feb. Dover crass on left thumb 241685 Molton, Arthur 40759 ditto Sudbury, Suffolk laboui'er 191 5 41 It. bm hazel fresh ditto 9 Feb. Woolwich 241686 March, Samuel — ditto London striker 221 5 9f light grey fresh plain 10 Feb. Liverpool recruit, attested 241687 Melia, Joseph 4,2247 ditto Salford, Lancashire groom 22 5 71 brown grey fresh regimental 6 Feb. Sheerness recruit 241688 McGorman, Jas. 203 59thBrig. Dep Edinburgh labourer 18- J 5 5 dk. bm blue fresh ditto 9 Feb. Paislsy tattooed on arms and hands 241689 Nicholson, Wm. 1689 Royal H. Art Newark, Notts stoker 23 5 11 brown hazel : fresh ditto 7 Feb. Newbridge off furlough 241690 North, Charles 41523 Roy. Artillery Lambeth, Surrey labourer 201 5 41 brown grey fresh ditto 8 Feb. Woolwich 241691 Nathan, Henry 39683 ditto Whitechapel, Mddlsx ditto 20 5 41 | brown grey fresh ditto 10 Feb. ditto retraction of left testicle 241692 Norris, Joseph 3126 ditto Cardiff, Glamorgan ditto 191 ' 5 41 ; brown grey fair ditto 8 Feb. New'tle- o- T 241693 Primrose, George 1631 28th Foot Mt- ybole, Ayr ditto 231 5 6 j brown grey sallow ditto 12 Feb. Portsmouth took waist- belt S41694] Parker, William 2818 Roy. Artillery London * 20 5 5 brown grey fresh ditto 9 Feb. New'tle- o- T * cheesemonger's assistant 84169? Prothero, Edward 2620 ditto Cheltenham, Glouc. waiter 271 5 91 brown grey fresh ditto 9 Feb. Trowbridge slight varicose veins 241696 Porter, Samuel 2735 Hospital Crps. Kensington, Mddlesx shoemaker 223 5 6 dk. brn hazel fresh ditto 9 Feb. Netley 241697 Prescott, Seymour — 38thBrig. Dep. Svvinaon, Wilts turner 24} 5 61 brown brown pale brown ; cord 10 Feb. Trowbridge recruit S41398 Paterson, Alex. 2513 49thBrig. Dep Clackmannan labourer 211 5 51 brown hazel florid regimental 14 Feb. Woolwich scar on right shin S41' 699 Reynolds, John 853 27th Faot Dublin screw cutter 30- 1 5 91 dark hazel freah ditto 10 Feb. Enniskillen 241700 Roberts, William 166 85th Foot Maryborough, Qun's 151 5 7 It. brn blue fresh ditto 11 Feb. Portsmouth mole outside right leg; off furlough 84,1701 Reid, David 1381 Roy. Artillerj St. Helena shoemaker 211 5 9 It. brn hazel ruddy plain 12 Feb. ditto off furlough 1541702 Ramsay, John — 17thBrig. De]- Paisley, Renfrew groom 21 5 81 brown brown fresh ditto 9 Feb. Bury recruit, attested 241703 Rees, John — 24thBrig. Dej Glamorgan labourer 18 5 51 brown blue pale slop ; grey 2 Feb. Cardiff slightly inkneed 541701 Spence, Robert 1581 2nd Dragoon Coldingham, Berwck shoemaker 221 5 8 brown black fresh regimental 6 Feb. Woolwich took part of reg. nec. 341705 Sheridan, Charles 1405 5th Drag. Gds Eil'eshandra, Cavan Southampton, Hants farmer 19 5 8 red grey fresh ditto 6 Feb. Dublin 841706 Smyth, William 150E 19th Hussars labourer 21 5 7 It. brn grey fair ditto 6 Feb. Hounslow 241707 Stewart, Henry 250£ 5 th Foot Hackney, Middlesex wood carvel 23$ 5 8 dk. brr hazel fresh ditto 6 Feb. Jersey scar right eyebrow 24170fc Scanlon, James 1141 47th Foot Donegal painter 211 5 51 brown hazel fresh ditto 14 Feb. Aldershot off furlough to Westport 84170!- Smith, Thomas 383 91st Foot Dublin labourer 19 5 5 It. bm grey fresh ' ditto 10 Feb. Newry 841710 £ 41711 241712 241713 141714 841715 SS41716 841717 241718 241719 Summerfield, A. Sullivan, Moriarty Spencer, John Smith, Thomas Simmonds, Wm. Sullivan, Timothy Schofield, William Seymour, Prescott Thompson, Win. Thompson, Wm. 1619 94th Foot 199! 104th Foot 40760 2688 4066 196 179 1907 Roy. Artillery ditto ditto 6thBrig. Dep. 17thBrig. Dep. 38thBrig. Dep. 17th Poot 69th Foot Northill, Bedford Kenmare, Kerry Farnworth, Stafford Cripplegate, Middlsx Welsh Newton* Cork Rochdale, Lancashire Swindon, Wilts Leicester London ditto ditto ditto bookbinder labouror ditto ditto engine fitter tailor clerk 231 191 25 18| 191 23 221 24S 19 21 J 65 51 5 9 101 6 10 61 6 6} dk. brn dark brown black dk. brn brown brown brown brown It. brn grey bluo hazel broira grey brown g ™ y brown hazel grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh freeh fair ditto ditto ditto plain black tweed j cord regimental pilot; cord supposed plain regimental 15 Peb. 11 Feb. 9 Feb. 4 Feb. 14 Feb. 11 Feb. 7 Feb. 11 Feb. 8 Feb. 10 Feb. Curragh Dover Woolwich ditto NewportM. Cork Bury Trowbridge Tuam- HbbrstnFt. mole on neck off furlough recruit broke out of hospital * Moanjouii brown patch on left lyyeast anchor on left arm scar right side of chin moles on front of neck 34- 1720 241721, 241722; 241728 241724 241725 S41726 241727 S41728 241729 Tams, James Taylor, Peter M. Troup, Robert Thomas, John Thompson, Elwd. Thompson, Wm. Thomas, H. W. Vockins, Thomas Webb, George Watson, John 1828 41825 2281 4082 1649 171 963 3226 94- th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto 16thBrig. Dep. 49tkBrig. Dep. SOthBrig. Dep. 103rd Foot lst Dragoons 60th Rifles Hanley, Stafford Dundee, Forfar Aberdeen Bridgend, Glamorgn Manchester Edinburgh Bristol Hungerford, Wilts Birmingham Liverpool potter tailor bootmaker labourer printer labourer ditto groom carpenter labourer 22 15 231 5 21 5 231 5 23 § 5 26 5 22- 25 19 5 28 5 241 5 6i! dk. brn hazel 61 ] brown ' brown 8 [ dk. brn'grey 71 It. brn 611 brown 61: brown 5 51 11 7 brown It. brn brown brown hazel grey blue grey grey hazel grey fair sallow fresh fresh fair florid dark fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto tweed regimental black; moleskin plain regimental ditto 15 Feb. 7 Feb. 15 Feb. 14 Feb. 11 Feb. 14 Feb. 10 Feb. 8 Feb. 6 Feb. 8 Feb. Curragh Woolwich Dover Newport, M Manchester Woolwich Hounslow Newport M. Edinburgh Chatham loss of upper front tooth flags on left arm scar right of back ; off furlough ship on left arm scar on abdomen; recruit pockpitted tattooed on left arm wart back of i took part of reg. nec. 6 POLICE GAZETTE.. March 5 DESERTERS FROM HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE ( mntmued). rrioa 10. NAMH. BEfi. NO. 0QBP3. • WHBEB BOBN. TBADH. g 1 SIZB. 5 ( HAIB. EYES. FACE. COAT & IBOtrSBBS. DATB OB DESEBTN. PLACE OB DESEBTION. MARKS AND REMARKS. £ 41730 841731 241732 841733 241734 241735 841736 24173? 241738 241739 Ward, James Watt, James White, John Wilson, James Wilkins, Alfred Walton, Albert Yeoman, William Young, Alexander Attenbury, Thos. Austin, Samuel 1626 62nd Foot 452' 91st Foot 4357 3018 1889 429 1950 182 3264 Roy. Artillery ditto Army Service 50thBrig. Dep. Roy. Artillery 59thBrig. Dep. Cold. Guards Roy. Artillery Manchester NewMonkland, Lnrk. ditto Benlington, Nthmbld Walcot, Somerset St. Pancras, Middx. Bradford, Yorks Glasgow Leicester St. Alban's, Herts labourer miner ditto blacksmith butcher frencli plslir car driver tailor shoemaker 221' 5 191 5 231 23 271 201 301 19! 22 221 7 5 51 6 5 51 81 7 10 5 brown It. brn It. bm dk. bm brown brown dk. brn It. brn black dk. bm grey grey blue grey grey grey grey blue hazel grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair sallow fresh dark fair regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto plain regimental 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 7 Feb. 9 Feb. 13 Feb. 31 Jan. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 17 Feb. Aberdeen Newry Leith Fort New'tle- o- T Chatham Woolwich Hilsea Paisley Leicester Sheffield 241740 841741 S41742 241743 £ 41744 841745 ? 41746 ? 41747 .241748 .241749 441750 5* 41751 341752 141753 141754 ° 41755 841756 S41757 241758 £ 41759 Burns, Thomas Brack, George Brown, Henry Bayliffe, Charles Butler, Patrick Brownlow, Johu Boyne, William Bevis, George Bow combe, Wm. Brown, William 2114 Gren. Guards 329' 34th Foot 3302 60th Rifles 1812 2855 3043 4436 2975 2743 251 ! 77th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto Army Service Hospitl. Corps 45 thBrig. Dep. Celbridge, Kildare Kelso, Roxburgh Biddenden, Kent St. John's, Middx. Dublin Forden, Montgomery Liff, Forfar Andover, Hants St. Clement's, Middx. Glasgow labourer groom labourer clerk jeweller boilermaker shoemaKe. groom clerk shoemaker 341 5 201 5 181 20 251 191 241 201 191 21 7 5 41 6 111 4f 7 5 5 brown dk. brn brown brown It. brn brown dk. brn It. bm brown brown teazel hazel hazel grey grey grey hazel bazel bluo grey fair fresh fresh fair fresh fair fresh fresh fair fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto tweed broke away from escort burn on left arm lost top of left little finger; off leave off furlough recruit took the whole of reg. nec. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 22 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 13 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. London Kilkenny Chatham ditto Shoebrynss. Weedon Leith Fort Woolwich „ Aldershot Canterbury Chambers, Arthur Camplin, Charles Connor, William Carter, Wm. Geo. Clarke, Joseph Casey, John Condon, James Curtin, Timothy* Canty, John Claxton, Robert 12th Lancers 14th Hussars 17 th Lancers 20th Hussars 3rd Foot 20th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto £ 41760 £ 41761 .241762 441763 S41764 £ 41765 £ 41766 S41767 241768 241769 Comer, John Denton, Alfred Dazley, John Doyle, Michael Dodds, James Davin, Thomas Goodchild, Wm. Garvey, Michael Greenwood, John Graham, James 16S8 1419 1636 1192 1848 4381 4826 42318 3256 2l4! 17thBrig. Dep. 849112th Lancers 3956] Gren. Guards 16 21st Foot 59th Foot 59th Brig. Dep 14th Hussars Gren. Guards 4th Foot 9 th Foot Manchester St. George's, Middx. Newcastle- on- Tyne Hartlepool, Durham St. Pancras, Middx. Preston, Lancashire Dublin Kinsale, Coik Marylebone, Middx. ditto moulder clerk labourer clerk ditto spinner butcher teacher labourer brass finishr 211 21 231 181 231 191 221 221 201 22J brown brown brown brown dk. bm dk. brn dk. brn dk. bm light dk. bm grey brown hazel hazel hazel hazel brown brown blue blue fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fair fresh sallow regimental ditto ditto ditto regimental plain regimental ditto ditto ditto took part of reg. nee. white mark on forehead and one on throat off furlough scar cn left wrist hair cut close scar on left cheek took the whole of reg. ncc. ditto took part of reg. nec. 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 18 Feb. 14 Feb. 11 Jan. 19 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 23 Feb. Manchester Aldershot Dundalk Aldershot Calcutta Prestcn Dublin Ballincollig Woolwich Sheffield tattooed on left arm off furlough tattooed on chest, arms, and feet off pass to Kensington burn mark left side, cut over left eye * alias Makoney two blue spots on left arm took the whole of reg. nec. 1161 193 1145 4179 411 493 Bolton, Lancashire Walton, Derby Grancbester, Cambs Dublin Barntley, Yorks Galway Kingston, Surrey Down, Ireland Crewe, Cheshire Glasgow ostler steel roller labourer ditto collier labourer ditto ditto ditto groom 23 30- 1 23 20* 26 181 221 25 221 211 9 9! 81 11 6 8 81 51 51 It. brn brown brown v- cd dk. bm brown It. bm brown It. brn blaek grey hazel grey blue It. bra blue grey blue blue grey L- esh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fair dark ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 19 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. Bury Manchester Dublin Aldershot FortWidley Paisley Aldershot London Cork Pembroke " 841770 841771 211772 £ 41773 § 41774 241775 641776 $ 41777 £ 41778 241779 Golden, Arthur Guest, Edward Gibbs, Elisha Garriek, Walter Groves, James Hankin, Edward Hughes, John Haskow, Thomas Haynes, William Henry, Patrick — 125th Foot 460 47th Foot 3114 2141 117 613 1592 1768 60th Rifles Army Service 46thBrig. D ep 20th Foot 22nd Foot 24th Foot 60th Rifles 105th Foot Colchester, Essex Chorley, Lancaster Hammersmith, Midx. St. Mary's Greenwich, Kent Liverpool Salford Halifax, Nova Scotia Spitalfieldss, Middx. Bolton, Lancashire labourer ditto ditto maehinerulr bricklayer fireman dyer painter labourer 191 221 181 241 22f 19f 191 211 18 231 51 brown brown dk. bm dk. brn dk. bm brown It. bm dk. uiril It. bm blue blue grey hazel hazel hazel grey grey hazel hazel fair fresh fair sallow fresh fresh fresh pale fresh brown regimental ditto ditto plain regimental ditto ditto light regimental crucifix on chest tattooed on right arm took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. off furlough to Dublin ditto to Yorkshire tattooed on left arm pookpitted; off furlough to Middlesbro'. sear below left nipple off furlough 19 Feb. 17 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 16 Feb. 13 Feb. 21 Nov. 16 Feb. 2 Feb. London Aldershot Chatham Aldershot Woolwich Preston Manchester Gibraltar London Sheffield recruit, attested lost upper front teeth tattooed left arm ; off pass to Hammersmith took the whole of reg. neo. tattooed left arm, scar left groin; recruit pookpitted recruit, attested 241780 241781 £ 41782 £ 41783 £ 41784 541785 541786 841787 S41788 5541789 Hynes, Thomas Hill, James Hainwright, John Hurlston, William Hall, Wm. Edwd. Hanley, Samuel Hill, Edward Heron, James Jarrett, James Jordan, Michael 4454 Roy. Artillery .4453 1476 4017 3354 235 138 ditto ditto ditto Army Service 3rd Brig. Dep. 16thBrig Dep. 59thBrig. Dep 1315 j 5 tli Lancers 111 25th Foot Leitrim Antrim Liverpool Birmingham Alton, Hants Warrington, Lane. Maidstone, Kent Glasgow Camberwell, Surrey Bp. Auckland, Drhm. ditto striker butcher labourer harness mkr labourer engraver labourer ditto puddler 20115 191 5 81 dark 36 24f 211 18 24 201 22 211 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 brown dk. bm brown brown red black dk. bm brown brown bazel hazel hazel hazel grey hazel brown grey grey brown fresh pale fair fresh fresh fresh pale fresh fresh dark ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto tweed regimental ditto ditto 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 18 Feb. 17 Feb. 20 Feb. 17 Feb. 16 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. Leith Fort ditto Woolwich Sheffield Woolwich Sunderland * Paisley Colchester Buttevant woman's head right arm took part of reg. nec. took the whole of reg. nec. tattooed on right arm recruit * between Ashton and Manchester 241790 • 241791 £ 41792: 241793 5141794 241795 241796 241797 .241798 £ 41799 Jackson, Charles Jess, James Johnson, William Jee, William King, John Langdon, Robert Lee, Benjamin Lane, George John Lester, Charles Lowes, Robert M. 1653 3715 2591 2749 12096 1697 453 2760 41158 966 58th Foot Rifle Brigade Roy. Artillery ditto Rl. Engineers 18th Hussars 9th Foot Royal H. Art. Roy. Artillery ditto Stonehouse, Devon Hillsborough, Down Broughton, Lincoln Fulham, Middlesex Charlwocd, Surrey St. Pancras, Middx. Birmingham Taunton, Somerset Brighton, Sussex Heaton, Lancaster seaman labourer ditto carman labourer tailor groom carpenter mason 25 221 251 20 18f 181 191 27 231 231 61 6 111 41 41 8 51 1 91 91 brown fair It. bm It. bm fair It. bm sandy It. brn brown dk. bm hazel grey grey grey grey hazel hazel grey brown brown fresh fresh light fresh fresh fair fresh fair fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 13 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 17 Feb. 19 Feb. Portsmouth Netley Woolwich New'tle- o- T Aldershot Canterbury Pembroke Exeter Woolwich ditto off furlough to Dumfries, Scotland contraction of left little linger tattooed left arm ; off furlough tattooed left wrist, scar left thigh i41800 241801 E41802 £ 41803 2.41801 141805 £ 41806 241807 241803 f41809 Lee, John Linton, Robert Leonard, Bingham Lyall, James Marshall, Wm. Moore, George McMillen, Thomas Maxwell, Robert Melntyre, James Murpliy, Jeremiah 241810 9.41811 £ 41812 241813 241814 241815 241816 5141817 " 241818 £ 41819 Moore, Thomas Myatt, John Mylett, John Morris, Georga Moran, James McKillop, Wm. Marney, John Mace, John McGartland, John McCarthy, S. ditto Ashton, Lancashire labourer 20 5 8 It. bm hazel fresh black ; moleskin 15 Feb. * ditto Liverpool striker 211 5 81 brown grey fair plain 23 Feb. * 2661 ditto ditto fireman 191 5 5 brown grey fresh regimental 22 Feb. Shorncliffe 716 57thBrig. Dep. Montrose, Forfar gardener 201 5 61 dk. brn blue fresh plain 17 Feb. Perth 917 5 th Drag. Gds. Kilmarnock, Ayr baotrivetter 28 5 9 dk. bm blue fresh regimental 14 Feb. Dublin 24S2 Cold. Guards Barnaby, Suffolk shoemaker 221 5 71 black dk. bra fair ditto 12 Feb. London Scots Fusiliers Shankhill, Antrim ditto 22 5 81 dk. bm grey fresh dark 17 Feb. ditto 306 1st Foot Kirkcudbright labourer 22- J 5 71 brown blue fresh regimental 18 Feb. Edinburgh 1934 3rd Foot Ballymena, Antrim ditto 271 5 51 brown blue fresh ditto 11 Jan. Calcutta 118 5tl- i Foot Kilcatherine, Cork weaver 231 5 5 brown blue fresh ditto 14 Feb. Jersey 450.7th Foot Gormanstewn, Dubln labourer 201 5 10 1 brown di. brn fresh ditto 15 Feb. Dover 197 8th Foot Hurley, Warwick collier 23 5 6 dk. brn blue dark ditto 14 Feb. Youghal 1625 27th Foot Loughlin, Roeeommn labourer 23 5 71 dk. bm grey dark ditto 15 Feb. Enniskillen 2721 35th Foot Derby puddler 211 5 71 dk. bm grey fresh black j cord 13 Feb. Limerick 252 79th Foot Roscommon labourer 21 5 5 dk. brn blue fair regimental 15 Feb. Aldershot 1381 105th Foot- Gosfortli, Nt- hmbrlnd ditto 311 5 61 It. bm grey fresh ditto 18 Feb. Sheffield Rifle Brigade Mallow, Cork ditto 21 5 61 brown blue sallow grey j black 18 Feb. London 3194 Roy. Artillery ditto Diss, Norfolk collier 19 5 71 dk. brn grey fresh regimental 22 Feb. Dover 4268 Donaglimore, Tyrone labourer 211 5 41 It. bm hazel fresh ditto 14 Feb. Clonmel 2340 ditto Bantry, Cork clerk 27 5 91 brown blue fresh ditto 9 Feb. Pembroke recruit * between Bury and London ditto * between Manchester and Dover tattooed on left arm recruit scar on left leg ; off furlough took part of reg. nec. recruit, attested off furlough to Cork off furlough to Bellriggen, Ireland scar ou forehead ; off furlough contracted both little fingers ; off furlough escaped from escort off furlough scar on left side recruit, attested off pass to Canterbury oi furlough S41820 5141821 £ 41822 f41823 S41824 241825 £ 41828 241827 £ 41828 H41829 Muldowney, John Nokes, George O'Connor, John Oliver, Henry Parker, George Purcell, Philip Parmenter, Henry Quarles, Wm. Regan, Thomas Raynor, William 1513 1076 2750 4- 516 875 2317 964 65th Brig. Dep. 33rd Foot Royal H. Art. ditto 25th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto 12th Lancers 65th Foot Roy. Artillery Ballinakill, Queen's S waff ham, Norfolk Kilkenny Hinckley, Leicester Ipswieli, Suffolk Dublin Bishopstoke, Hants Norwich Leicester Grimsby, Lincoln tailor draper labourer weaver moulder labourer ditto clerk painter engine fitter 24 201 231 20 241 19 20 271 221 191| 5 91 lit. brn 6 It. bm 9f It. bm 91 It. brn 611 brown 51 dk. brn 41 It. brn 9 brown 51 It. brn 71 brown hazel blue blue blue grey dk. brn grey grey grey blue fresh fresh fair fair fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh pea; tweed regimental ditto ditto plain ditto white slop; cord regimental ditto ditto 14 Feb. 14 Feb. 20 Feb. 20 Feb. 19 Feb. 16 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 9 Feb. 19 Feb. Armagh Fermoy Dublin ditto Liverpool * Aldershot Manchester Aldershot Woolwich scar under chin ; off furlough very slight tendency to varicose small wart upper part of baek- bone recruit » en route to Woolwich recruit took part of reg. nee. scar on left groin ; off furlough E418301 Robinson, Samuel 141831: Smith, George £ 41832j Sullivan, Joseph j£ 418331 Shanahan, Johu 441831 Scholes, John 241835 Smith, Thomas £ 41836 Sherrin, James 841837 Sessions, Fredk. ( 541838 Saxton, Joseph 2418391 Taylor, Joseph — : 16tliBrig. Dep. — jGren. Guards 70: 14th Foot 242118th Foot 452] 19th Foot 1499; 25th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto 41st Foot 2i41 1684 1671 Bolton, Lancashire Bristol Glasgow Kilmatliomas, Wtrfd Cumberland Fermanagh Yarmouth, Suffolk Oxford Pinchbeck, Lincoln Trim, Meath carter labourer striker eailmaker clerk baker tailor carter labourer ditto 221 5 241] 5 251 5 23| 5 24 24 20 20f] 5 271] 5 211 5 brown brown brown brown light It. bm light It. bm It. brn brown hazel brown grey blue grey blue blue blue hazel grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh florid fresh plain brown; ccrd regimental ditto ditto ditto tweed regimental ditto ditto 22 Feb. 19 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. 19 Feb. 13 Feb. 12 Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 14 Feb. Wigan • Aldershot Shorncliffe Chester Buttevant Liverpool Exeter Purfleet HuberstnF. 1418- 10 Ml 841 S41842 £ 41813 841844 441845 841843 £ 41817 241848 £ 41849 Tweedley, James Smith, James* Valentine, Thos. Waddington, W. Willis, Joseph Wood, John West, Jolm Williams, Henry Wilson, William Webster, Henry 4455 1383 154 1097 270 1754 2281 6th Brig. Dep 28thBrig. Dep. Roy. Artillery 4th Drag. Gds. 38th Foot 52nd Foot 82nd Foot 85th Foot 90th Foot Roy. Artillery £ 4- 1850 S41851 241852 241353 241854 £ 41855 £ 41856 241857 £- 41858 241859 Webb, William Williams, Henry Wilson, Thomas Williams, Henry 213S 271 270 Cumbernauld* Birmingham Manchester Chorley, Lancashire Handford, Stafford Devon London Taunton, Somerset Glasgow | Dublin collier stamper carter shoeingsmh labourer tailor * labourer moulder labourer 21 21 241 221 19i 301 221 221 221 291 dk. brn It. brn dk. bm brown dk. bm brown brown dark dk. bm brown grey brown hazel grey hazel hazel blue hazel hazel grey fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh sallow dark plain regimental ditto ditto ditto blue; dark plain regimental ditto 15 Feb. 19 Feb. 19 Feb. 8 Feb. 17 Feb. 15 Feb. 21 Feb. 17 Feb. 14 Feb. 21 Feb. Belfast Birminghm Preston Newbridge Aldershot Portsmouth Woolwich Portsmouth Dover Woolwich tattooed on chest; recruit, attested recruit * between Derby and London off furlough to Glapgow scar on left shoulder off pass lo Liverpool broke out of guard- room cross on left arm ; recruit mole on abdomen moles on left groin off furlough to Westminster, London * Dumbartoni- hir © * alias Tai'by recruit sunken eyes; recruit right iuoisor tooth broken sear lower part of noek a German ecar right leg * packing case maker flag, & c. on left arm ; recruit two scars left elbow joint; off furlough took the whole of reg. nee. ditto General Serv. 3rdBrig. Dep 42ndBrig. Dep Enfield, Middlesex London Penrith, Cumberland Taunton, Somerset carman labourer ditto ditto 22^ 5 19 5 20 | 5 221 5 51 [ dk. bm 51- brown 51 dk. brn 51 dark hazel blue dk. brn hazel sallow fair fresh fresh ditto brown ; oord dark ; tweed black; moleskin 17 Feb. 15 Feb. 17 Feb. 17 Feb. New'tle- o- T London Sunderland * letters back of both wrists recruit, attested recruit * between Oxford and Portsmouth March 5. < POLICE GAZETTE. 7 DESERTERS EROM THE MILITIA. OlFBICE NAME. BBS. COBP8. WHEBB BOBN. TBADB. M SIZE. HAIB. EYES. FACE, COAT & TBOTTSBBS. DATE 03? LACE OP KO. NO. - a DESEBTN. DESEBTION. MASKS aud REMARKS. 124785 124786 124787 124788 124789 124790 124791 124792- 124793 124794 James Green Henry Groves George Haddon James Hannon Herry Hayden John Humphries William Jackson Timothy Kelly James King John Lavell 8487 7142 8185 8504 8157 7332 7741 8316 8088 8138 lst Surrey ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Lambeth Croydon Lambeth Clonmel, Tipperary St, Saviour's, Surrey Sj denliam Croydon Bermondsey Kingston Lambeth labourer blacksmith carpenter ditto bootflnisher labourer ditto ditto moulder labourer 19 June 27 June Richmond j ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 124795 124796 124797 124798 124- 799 124800 124801 121802 124803 124804 Patrick Leyon Timothy McCarthy John McCorm ack Frederick Mylan Thomas Newman Joseph Reiley William Russell James Scott Edwd. Geo. Smith David H. Street 8344 7751 7397 7556 8436 8303 7811 7047 8101 8784 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Rotherhithe Lambeth Tipperary Wandsworth, Surrey Barnes Rotherhithe Southwark Peckham Brixton Walworth ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto book kinder labourer bricklayer labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto .124805 124806 / 124807 124808 124809, 124810: 124811 1248121 124S13 124814 84315 124- 816 124817 124818 124819 124820 124821 124822 124823 124824 Thomas Tracey Samuel Tucker Edward Wallace Benjamin Ward John Welsh Frederick Williams Harry Williams Henry Williams John Williams Thomas Williams 7713 7987 8150 8431 8360 7175 8707 8506 8440 8369 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Bermondsey Taunton, Somerset Bermondsey, Surrey Croydon Bow, Middlesex London Stockwell, Surrey Southwark Christchureh Lambe'h | labourer shoemaker labourer ditto porter book binder porter engineer printer mason 18 May 20 June ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto James Yates Geerge Bell Robert Armstrong John A. Magee Patrick Murphy Wm. McDonald John McKenzie Murdo McLeod Murdo Morrison John Swanson 7319! 4503 3295 5507 6111 2838 2992 3018 3020 3021 ditto N. Durham South Down Antrim Rifles 2nd Surrey Ross, & e.* ditto ditto ditto ditto Wandsworth South Hilton, Drhm. Tralee, Kerry Belfast, Antrim Chelsea, Middlesex Stornoway, Ross Lochs ditto NeBS Thurso, Caithness labourer confectionr. clerk labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto 32 174 19 16J 211 22 184 21; 18 brown dk. brn blaek brown brown brown It. brn It. brn brown grey grey blue blue grey grey blue grey grey light fresh fair fresh fair brown fair fair fair plain dark plain 13 Dec. 14 Dec. 6 Jan. 21 Jan. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. { Editto Durham Downptrck. Belfast Guildford Fort George ditto ditto ditto ditto supposed with a travelling opera company off pass to Donaghadee slightly pockpitted ; a handtman cut between second and third right fingers - * absent from training • J. M. K.' on left arm supposed to be at sea 124825 124826 124827 124S28 124- 829 124830 124831 124832 124833 124834 Kenneth McLeod Angus McLeod Kenneth McLeod Alexander Sinclair George Cormack Evander McIver William Grundy Henry James Frank Jones John Cruxton 30241 3035 3073 3096 3102 3147 6592 6575 6595 6545 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Shropshire ditto ditto ditto Barvas, Ross Back Latheron, Caithness ditto Wick Barvas, Ross St. Chads, Salop Osweatry St. Chads Wellington ditto ditto ditto ditto sailor fisherman labourer tanner labourer bricklayer 20 25 21 25 18 20 261 22i 201 24f 6 71 91 8 5} 9 111 7 71 7 brown brown brown brown black fair black light It. brn dk. bm grey blue blue brown grey blue hazel haze?, grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair sallow fresh fresh sallow 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 11 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. 15 Feb. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Shrewsbury ditto ditto ditto two marks near navel scar on forehead scars on each ear cut back of head, bald 124835 John Owen 6574 ditto Oswestry, Salop tanner 18 5 61 light Iiazel sallow 15 Feb. ditto 1? 4836 Richard Roberts 6622 ditto Bascliurch labourer 27 5 71 brown blue sallow — 15 Feb. ditto 124837 William Evans 6569 ditto High Ercall blacksmith 281 5 61 dark grey sallow 15 Feb. ditto 124888 John Ward 5439 West Essex* Lamarsh, Essex Budock, Cornwall labourer 18 5 5 dk. brn grey fair plain 22 Feb. Chelmsford 124839 Richard Cock 2213 Cornwl. Art.* ditto 19 5 61 sandy brown ruddy ditto 22 Feb. Falmouth 324- 810 William Colenso 2268 ditto Crowan ditto 25 5 101 black hazel dark ditto 22 Feb. ditto 124841 Wm. Jas. Collins 2221 ditto Maybe Btonecutter 181 5 51 It. bm blu8 fair ditto 22 Feb. ditto 124342 James James 2234 ditto Camborne fabourer 23 5 61 It. bm grey grey fair ditto 22 Feb. ditto 124843 Joseph Jane 2162 ditto Redruth miner 28 5 61 brown fair ditto 22 Feb. ditto 124344 John Martin 2240 ditto St. AuBtell labourer 20 5 9 black grey sallow ditto 22 Feb. ditto scar on left forefinger two scars on neck scar on left flank * absent from training * absent from training 124845 124846 124847 124848 124849 124850 124851 124852 124853 124854 William May Archlons Stevens Thomas Roberts William Evans Patrick Lalley Thomas Smith John Allen John Palmer James Rose Charles Bright 2250 2262 6745 5739 5769 5787 5788 2403 2399 2412 ditto ditto 1st Cheshire ditto ditto ditto ditto 2nd Hunts R ditto •• ditto Edinburgh Kenwyn, Cornwall Northwich, Cheshire Cheshire Mayo Cheshire Birkenhead Ramsev, Hunts Great" iiarford, Beds Fenstanton, Hunts ditto ditto boilermaker groom labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto striker 301 201 241 191 23i 18 23 18 It. brn dk. brn brown dk. brn It. brn brown It. bm dark light brown blue dark grey hazel hazel grey grey hazel grey hazel fair fair sallow fair fresh fresh fresh dark freBh sallow ditto ditto plain ditto ditto 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. ditto ditto Chester ditto ditto ditto ditto Huntingdn. ditto dtito scar on right leg mole on shoulder scar on left leg 124855| 124856' .124857 124858 121859 124860 124861 124862 124863 124864 Fredk. Chambers James Cross Thomas West Philip Burton Alfred Dolman Thomas Dyte John H. Fry James Presley John Thomas Charles Watts 2401 2400 2414 6079 5989 6075 6062 6986 6080 6011 ditto ditto ditto Wiltshire ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Keyeton, Hunts Ellington Telbrcok, Beds Swindon, Wilt3 Chippenham Melksham Trowbridge Salisbury Chippenham Trowbridge labourer ditto ditto bricklayer ditto labourer carpenter labourer ditto ditto 251 311 181 191 31 51 61 71 6 7 5 5 51 5 51 light light brown dk. brn brown brown It. brn dk. brn brown bro*" n liazel blue hazel hazel grey hazel hazel hazel grey grey fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fair dark fresh fresh 22 Feb. Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. ditto ditto ditto Devizes ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 124865 124866 124867 124868 124869 124870 1.24871 124872 124873 124874 Robert Watts William Hucks Edmund Farrow John Green Fredk. Woolston John Thompson William Kelf Daniel Margoram William Turner Chas. S. Sturman 124875; 124876 124877 124S78 124879 124880 124881 124882 124883 124884 George Smith Edward Todd Joseph Roberts Robert Lacey William Newman John Balding Charles Wright George Crickmore John Fox Philip Lowry 124835 124886 121887 124888 124889 124890 124801 124892 124893 124894 William Williams Edward Agnew Thomas Spearing William Malpas Richard Read George Fox James Skuse George Eaton Henry Dunford Jolm Hesketh 6939 ditto London mat maker 211 5 5 brown liazel fresh 5285 East Norfolk Bungay, Suffolk labourer 191 5 5 dk. brn hazel fresh 5232 ditto Hempnall, Norfolk ditto 21 5 6 red liazel fresh 5252 ditto Horning blacksmith 181 5 51 It. hrn grey fresh 5213 ditto Great OrmeBby fisherman 171 5 51 It. brn tiazol fresh 5292 ditto Houghton labourer 221 5 81 dk. brn brown fresh 5330 ditto Yarmouth fisherman 201 5 41 dk. brn brown fresh 5254- ditto Hardwick miner 301 5 10f It. brn grey fresh 6324- ditto Upton fisherman 221 5 61 dk. bm brown swarth 5279 ditto Loddon ditto 181 5 6 brown grey fresh 5334 ditto Norwich labourer 171 5 4 dk. bm grey fresh 5349 ditto Lowestoft, Suffolk ditto 18 5 4 dk. brn hazel fresh 5207 ditto Norwich sawyer 191 5 5 brown grey fresh 5333 ditto Horsford fisherman 17 5 31 dk. brn hazel fresh 5297 ditto Aylsham labourer 20 5 4 dk. hm hazel fresh 5307 ditto Downham carpentor 221 5 5 dk. brn grey fresh 5257 ditto Norwich printer 201 5 61 It. bm hazel fresh 5235 ditto Wood bridge, Suffolk hawker 224 5 81 brown brown dark 9360 lst Warwick Birmingham barber 19 5 71 sandy hazel fresh 9362 ditto ditto filer 18 5 51 brown grey fresh 9364 ditto ditto moulder 20 5 7| auburn hazel fresh 9365 ! ditto ditto brushmaker 25 5 41 dk. bm brewn fresh 9K72 ditto ditto labourer 20 5 6 brown hazel fresh 9375 ditto ditto ditto 28 5 7 brown hazel fresh 9384 ditto ditto ditto 22 5 6 brown hazel fresh 9396 ditto Warwick fitter 23 5 71 dk. bm grey fresh 9403 ditto Baginton, Warwick labourer 18 5 5 sandy hazel fresh 9411 ditto Birmingham metal roller 19 5 51 brown hazel fresh 9414 ditto Coventry watchmakr. 34 5 51 brown blue fresh 9416 ditto Birmingham chairmaker 22 5 71 brown hazel fresh scar right arm and hip scar on right cheek scars on right shoulder and knee 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Jan. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. ditto Gt. Yarmth ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto mole above loft clavicle tattooed on wrists mole left of navel sftar between shoulders 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Warwick ditto two women on arm scar right eye moles between shoulder blades scar right of abdomen Bear on ' eft knee Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 124895 124896 124897 124898 124899 124900 124901 124,902 124903 124904 Mark Palmer Henry Johnson Thomas King William Chell John Terry Alfred Watson Mark Winter William Jackson Henry Harris John Morgan 9423 9440 9441 9448 9451 9455 9460 9463 9466 9467 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Wellington, Somerset- Birmingham Northampton Birmingham tube maker labourer ditto fcrgeman painter gasfitter gunmaker labourer ditto 5 51 5 6 5 71 5 6 5 10 5 5 brown dk. bri, brown It. brn brown dk. brn brown It. brn brown brown hazel hazel hazel hazel hazel brown hazel hazel brown liazel fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh frosh fresh tattooed right arm and wrists scar on neck and shoulder tat tooed on atms red mark on right wrist 124905 124906 124907 124908 124909 124910 124911 12- 1912 124913 1104914 Alfred Smith Patrick Whelan James Williams Daniel Swift Thomas Emery William Stanley George Parker John Wilson ' John White ! John Kelly 9470 ditto Ilmingtou, Warwick ditto 19 5 61 It. bm blue fresh 9481 ditto Birmingham ditto 20 5 7 dk. bm bazel fresh 9482 ditto ditto ditto 24 5 5 brown blue fresh 9188 ditto Sheffield, York brassfoundr 22 5 6 brown grey fresh 9499 ditto Birmingham plasterer 23 5 6 brown hazel fresli 9503 ditto ditto labourer 23 5 5 It. brn hazel fresh 9595 ditto ditto groom 22 5 51 dk. brn brown sallow 9580 ditto ditto caster 19 5 41 brown grey fresh • 8572 ditto ditto # 5 41 6 9571 ditto ditto shoerivetter 21 5 brown hazel fresh Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto tattooed on arms and hands 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 24 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * tin plate worker 8 ' POLICE GAZETTE ' ( j / March 5 DESERTERS FROM THE MILITIA—( continued.') (• ancB m. NAME. BEG. NO. COBPS. WHEEE BOBN. TBADB. HAIB. FACE. COAT & TBOUSEBS. DATE OB DESEBTN. PLACE OF DESEBTION. MARKS AND REMARK8. 124915 324916 124917 124918 124919 ,124920 124921 124922 124923 124924 Thomas Jackson Thomas Evans George Johnson Thomas Hackett Peter Morris Thomas Jones Thomas Rush Arthur Rowley John Cooper William Everett 9570 9564 9561 9556 9554. 9541 9536 9532 9527 9515 lst Warwick ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Birmingham ditto dittJ Coventry Wolverhampton, Stff. Birmingham ditto Warwick Birmingham ditto bolt maker brassfoundr labourer iron fitter galvanizer brasscaster fishmonger painter # labourer 61 7 7 5 41 4| 6 4 6 8 dk. brn brown brown brown dk. brr brown hazel hazel hazel fjrown browne/ hazel brown dk. brn It. brn auburn hazel brown grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. Warwick ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * coach spring maker W. E.' and anchor on left arm 184925 124926 124927 124929 124930 124931 124932 124933 124934 Edward West James Williams George Stevens Thomas Ackers John Adams John Anderton James Austin John Balmsforth Frank Beech Louie Bertie 9512 9510 9504 8210 8116 8216 8147 8092 8125 8184 ditto ditto ditto 6th Lane, ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Wellesbourne Birmingham ditto Manchester ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Salford groom striker labourer ditto striker dyer * labourer joiner clerk dk. brn brown auburn It. bin brown dark dark It. brn brown brown brown hazel hazel grey hazel hazel blue hazel grey brown fresh fresh fresh pale fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 22 Feb. 22 Feb. 22 Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. ditto ditto ditto Salford ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto sear over right eyebrow scar on forehead, barn right middle finger * packing case maker tattooed on left arm ' J. B.' and anchor right arm ADMIRALTY. Description of Deserters and Stragglers from Her Majesty's Sea Service. MChough £ 3 reward is offered for the apprehension of Deserters at the time, £ 2 only is payable at the expiration of 8 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 eases if apprehended within the precincts of a port where a regular Police is organized, but all reasonable expenses will be paid. NAME. SHIP DESEBTED FBOM. DATB. SATINS. SIZB. WHBBB BOBN. HAIB. BYSB. FAGS. MARKS AND REMARKS. Alexander Rodgers Edward O. Barter Frederick Fall James Stillwell John Deary Alexander Menzies Edward G. Head Daniel Jennings Matthew Smith Robert Robinson James Morrow Francis McGinty John Barrow Charles McLoughlin Fredk. W. Cannon Alfred Frost Thomas Taylor Joseph Billbrook Henry Hayles Thomas Kiddy Benjamin Edges David J. Mackally John Gosling Tom Wyatt George Parmenter William T. Yale Joseph Morris Charles W. Gillett William Atkins James Thomas Thomas Cook George Henry John Prentice Arthur J. Cole William Borrows Thomas Lawrence John H. Saunders Wm. Jas. Knowlton Alexander Robb Frederick Jones Naval Barracks, deserter, 22 Feb. Asia, deserter 20 Feb. Naval Barracks, deserter 18 Feb. Royal Adelaide, deserter 22 Feb. Asia, deserter 15 Feb. Fox, straggler 20 Feb. Excellent, deserter 11 Feb. ditto 11 Feb. Asia deserter 9 Feb. Royal Adelaide, deserter 11 Jan. ditto 10 Jan. ditto 18 Jan. Jumna, deserter 3 Feb. Penelope, deserter 12 Feb. ditto 12 Feb. ditto 31 Jan. Repulse, deserter 6 Dec. ditto 6 Dec. ditto 6 Dec. Naval Barracks, deserter 1 Feb. ditto 1 Feb. Favorite, deserter 7 Feb. 1). of Wellington, deserter 3 Feb. ditto 8 Feb. ditto 8 Feb. ditto 8 Feb. Favorite, deserter 6 Feb. D. of Wellington, deserter 1 Feb. ditto 4 Feb. Crocodile, deserter 20 Jan. Hymphe, deserter 25 Jan. Favorite, deserter 30 Jan. ditto 30 Jan. Zealous, deserter 18 Jan. Penelope, deserter 16 Jau. Asia, deserter 18 Jan. D. of Wellington, deserter 17 Jan. ditto 28 Jan. Pembroke, deserter 17 Jan. Pembroke, deserter 18 Jan. A. B. I stoker, 2nd class ordinary ordinary, 2nd class stoker, 2nd class A. B. ditto ditto stoker, 2nd class ordinary, 2nd clasB A. B. boy, lst class A. B. captain of the mast coxswain, cutter stoker ditto ditto ditto ordinary ditto stoker A. B. ordinary ditto A. B. ordinary ditto A. B. stoker ordinary ditto ditto boy, lst class A. B. stoker, 2nd class ordinary ditto cooper armourer 29 25 21 19 23 26 23 42 24 19 32 13 21 22 23 26 23 27 31 20 20 21 22 19 19 28 20 19 27 26 21 21 19 17 24 24 20 23 21 32 7 7 7 5 9 6 II 4 101 5 51 5 6: 5 41 5 5 Gillingham, Kent Whitepaiish, Wilts London Rangoon, Burmah Jarrow, Durham Dunoon, Argyle Reigate, Sussex Fulham, Middlesex Liverpool London Omagli, Tyrone Kilmarnock, Ayr Liverpool Wexford Wilsdon, Middlesex Beverley, York Dudley," Stafford Wakefield, York Portsmouth London St. George's East Dundee, Forfar Ripley, Surrey Fordingbridge, Hants Mar> lebone, Middlesex London Bermondsey, Surrey St. Luke's, Middlesex Landport, Hants York Stanmore, Middlesex Paisley, Renfrew Heckmondwike, York Woolwich, Kent Cheshire Croydon, Surrey Dover, Kent Retson, Hants Huntly, Aberdeen Eastbourne, Sussex black dk. brn brown light light It. brn It. brn It. brn dk. brn It. brn black dark brown dark dk. brn brown dk. brn brown dk. brn It. brn black dark It. brn dk. brn brown It. brn It. brn brown light dark light brown brown sandy auburn light brown brown dark dark dk. brn brown brown blue blue blue hazel blue grey grey hazel grey brown dark hazel grey " blue brown blue grey brown hazel grey liazel hazel blue hazel grey It. brn hazel grey grey brown grey blue blue blue blue black grey dark fair dark light sallow fresh fair fair fair fresh fresh dark fresh dark dark fair fair fresh sallow sallow sallow fair fair fair dark fair fail- fresh pale dark fair dark ruddy fresh & ir freah fair fresh dark dark £ 3 reward ditto £ 3 reward £ 3 reward ditto £ 3 reward £ 3 reward ditto £ 3 reward £ 3 reward ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar on left tattooed on arms; served in Endymion & Pembroke tattooed on left arm ; served in Topaie bracelets on right wrist, cask on left arm served in Royal Adelaide served iu Implacable, Bristol, Phoebe, and Basilisk served in Implacable, Bristol, and Basilisk served in Boscawen, Implacable, and Revenge served in Ajax, Gibraltar, Royal George, & Canopus ' F. McG. S. O. T.' on right arm, ' F.' on left bracelet on left wrist; served in Duke of Wellington served in Royal George, St. Vincent, and Hector served in St. Vincent, Gladiator, and Ea cellent served in Indus, Invincible, Audacious, and Beacon wrist served in Asia £ 3 reward served in Plover ditto ' M.' on left wrist, cross on right arm ditto served in Asia £ 3 reward served in Hercules served in Immortalite served in Devastation served in Royal Alfred £ 3 reward ditto serv » d in Excellent served in Jumna served iu Hector and Asia bracelets on wrists, anchor on left hand j served in Ariadne £ 3 reward ditto served in Endymion ditto £ 3 reward crucifix on left arm, scar on right hip j served in Ganqes ditto ' ditto served in Endymion served in Royal Adelaide scar on left cheek served in Excellent, St. Vincent, Bullfinch, Forte, and Jumna Description of Men Discharged from Her Majesty's Sea Service. NAME. SHIP DISCHABGBD FBOM. DATS. George Penman Luigi Koukie William Hearn Henry Crew Charles Fowler Howard Farrer Thomas Keeler Thomas G. Garrett William Riley Levi Rowe Repulse Growler Avon Charyldis Pearl ditto Duke of Wellington ditto St. Vincent Daphne 11 Dec. 21 Sept. 17 Oct. 27 Sept. 27 Oct. - Oct. 21 Dec. 4 Nov. 1 Dee. BATING*. WHEBB BOBN. HAIB. EXES. FACE. MARKS AND REMARKS. A. B. wrrnt otficer's eook ordinary ordinary, 2nd class ordinary ordinary, 2nd class A. B. ordinary, 2nd class boy, 2nd class private, R. Marines 28 191 20 19 23 19 24 28 151 22 Lynn, Norfolk Burmola, Malta Ilfracombe, Devon St. Andrew's, Middx. Taunton, Somerset Pimlieo, Middlesex Huddersfield, York Fordington, Dorset Kingston- on- Thames Luxborough, Somerset brown dark brown brown It. hrn brown light brown brown brown grey dark grey grey grey grey grey grey_ hazel grey fair fresh fair fair dark fair fair fresh fresh discharged as objectionable j served in Implacable and Defence — discharged as objectionable tattooed on arms and wrists ; discharged as objectionable ' My true Love,' rt. arm, pockpitted; discharged as objeotionable discharged as objectionable served in Impregnable ditto served in Implacable ditto served in Malabar discharged as objectionable; served in Boscawen and T/ valia low, projecting forehead ; discharged as objectionable ROYAL MARINES. Description of Men Discharged as Objectionable, § - c. 4 NAME. DIVISION. WEBBS B0BN. Charles Roberts George Grover John Murray George Allcock George Hopegood Wm. Cunningham Frederick White* William Fenson John Heslin John Sands R. MarineArt. Dep6t R. MarineArt. ditto ditto Depot Chatham ditto Depfit R. MarineArt. Hurstmonceux, Susx. Kingston, York Killaid, Antrim Southampton Bristol Cork London Enfield, Middlesex Stockton- on- Tees* King's Lynn, Norfolk TBADB. a •< SIZB. HAIB. EYES. FA0B. groom 22 5 91 brown brown dark frenchplshr. 231 5 61 krown brown fresh labourer 24 6 1 dk. brn grey fresh ditto 21 5 81 brown grey sallow painter 24 5 81 sandy grey fair boilermaker 25 5 6 It. hrn grey ruddy butcher 21 5 61 brown grey dark labourer 331 5 7 brown hazel fresh carter 20 5 51 It. bm hazel fresh labourer 25| 5 8 brown hazel sallow COAT & TBOITSEBS DATE OF DISCHBG. PLACE OF DISCHABFITE. MARKS AND REMARKS. uniform unifoim ditto ditto ditto 4 Feb. 28 Jan. 21 Jan. 14 Jan. 13 Jau. Canterbury Canterbury Chatham ditto Walmer Portsmouth woman on right arm, crucifix on left, star back of left hand' discharged with ignominy discharged as objectionable ditto tattooed on arms dlWo tattoged on left arm discharged as objectionable discharged as objeotionable ' A. N.' right arm, ' J.' on left discharged as wortMess and incorrigible * alias Argent * Durham Description of Deserters. DIVISION. WHEBE BOBN. TEADB. SIZE. HAIB. EYES. FACE. COAT & TBOITSEBS DATE OF DESEETN. PLACE OF DESEBTION. I MARKS AND REMARKS, George Newing Walter Perry James Hercous John Blacker John Adams Thomas Marskell Robert Walker Samuel Walker Richard Barker James Hendry DepSfc Dep6t Chatham ditto Westminster, Mddlsx St. Paneras, Midlsx. Bathgate, Linlithgow Dublin Tyrone Bolton, Lancashire Douington, Lincoln Sslerbrooke, Derby Deptford, Kent Derry fireman labourer ditto ditto ditto groom labourer labourer ditto glazier 24 20 24 191 21 24 5 20J. 5 201 5 211 5 19| 5 brown dk. brn dk. brn ( 1k. brn sandy dk. brn dk. brn dk. brn brown dk. brn blue hazel hazel dk. brn grey blue grey brown grey hazel fresh dark fresh dark fresh fresh dark fresh fresh fresh tweed plain dark black; striped blue; moleskin dark; cord uniform ditto undress uniform blue; tweed 26 Feb. 25 Feb. 24 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 13 Feb. 12 Feb. 12 Feb. 17 Feb. Liverpool Walmer Edinburgh Swansea Dundee Bury Hull Chatham ditto Paisley tattooed on arms and hands; recruit, attested brown pigmentary stain over chest and abdomen recruit pockpitted ; recruit, surgically inspected recruit recruit, not surgically inspected off furlough to Mansfield, Notts recruit LONSON ; PRINTED FOR HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFCE, BX HARRISON AND SONS, ST, MARTIN'S LANE, W. C,
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