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The Police Gazette

07/06/1875

Printer / Publisher: Harrisons and Sons HMSO
Volume Number:     Issue Number: 5680
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Date of Article: 07/06/1875
Printer / Publisher: Harrisons and Sons HMSO
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Volume Number:     Issue Number: 5680
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CONTAINING The substance cf all Informations received in cases of Felony and of Misdcr^ anors of an aggravated nature, and against Receivers of Stolen Goods, reputed Thieves, and Offenders escaped from Custody, with the time, the place," and the circumstance of the Offence. The Names of Persons charged with Offences who are known but not in custody, and a Description of those who are not known, their Appearance, Dress, and other marks of Identity. The Barnes of Accomplices and Accessories, with every particular which may lead to their Apprehension. A Descr'qrtion, 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. 5680 MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1875. Wotice.— It ia requested that all communications lor the purpose of obtaining or giving information respecting supposed offenders, or stolen property, may bear the Signature of the person requiring or sending the same, and all applications in reference to the POLICE GAZETTE may be made and addressed to the Editor, Police Court, Bow Street, London, W. C. %* Whenever it is desired that any person should be appre- hended, and the Name is given, it is indispensably necessary that an Information should be made and sworn to before a Magistrate, of the Offence charged, and an attested copy thereof, together with the Advertisement, forwarded to the Editor for insertion. As no charge is made for the insertion of any aiticle in the POLICE GAZETTE, all letters addressed to the Editor most 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 he forwarded © n War Office Forms 88 and 88A, to the Editor, as above, for insertion in the POLICE GAZETTE. INFORMATIONS • Seal, green stone on one side, red on the other; a Pocket Book, containing a £ 5 Bank of England Note, a bunch of Keys," a latch Key, a safe Key, and several Papers relating to coal, dealing. Information to be given to Chief Constable Stainsby, Sunderland, Durham.'— Bow- street, June 7. Stolen from the person at Newport pleasure fair, about p. m. on the 28th. inst., a patent silver lever Watch, No. 57027, no maker's name, sunk Seconds, open face, and capped. £ 1 reward will be paid on its recovery and con- viction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Richardson, Wellington, or to Sergeant Christie, Newport, Salop.— Bow- street, June 7. Stolen from the perscn of William Castree on the 18th instant, at Ludford Park: a silver lever Watch, No. 5735, maker's name Edwin Bolt, Redditch. Information to be given to Superintendent Dykes, Leominster, Herefordshire. — Bow- street, May 31. FORGERY. Description of a man who on the 21st ultimo, under the pretence of purchasing a pianoforte, tendered a forged cheque for £ 50, drawn on Lacon's Bank, Halesworth, and signed E. K. Lacon, and received a cheque for the balance, ,£ 25, from a pianoforte manufacturer in Oxford : about 40 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, dark complexion, whiskers, and hair, cut short; dressed in blaek clothes and silk hat. He represented himself to be the rector < sf a parish a few miles from Oxford, and is supposed to be the same person as described in the Police Gazette of 27th March and 28th April last, charged with similar offences at Great Yarmouth and Cambridge. Information to be given to Superintendent Head, Police Office, Oxford, who holds a warrant for his apprehension,— Bow- street, June 2. Charged on a sheriff's warrant with having on the 27th ultimo, at a bank in Glasgow, obtained £ 90, by means of a forged cheque : ANDREW NISBET, a clerk, about 25 yrs. of age, 5 feet 4 inches high, dark hair, small dark whiskers and moustache, chin clean shaved, and dark complexion; dressed in dark suit. He is of genteel appearance, speaks with a Scotch accent, and talked about going abroad. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Brown, Glasgow.— Bow- street, June 2. FELOHIES. ( Not otherwise described). Description' o£ GEORGE GRAHAM, charged on a warrant with having on the 17th November, 1874, feloniously forged a certain acceptance of a certain Bill of Exchange for the payment of £ 175 10s. : he is from 30 to 35 years of age, 5 feet 5 to 6 inches high, dark brown Jhair, inclined to curl, dark brown whiskers all round his face, no moustache, hazel eyes, has a peculiarity Tabout his eyes as i£ an operation had been performed upon him for squinting, fresh complexion, and ordinary nose and mouth; generally dresses in black frock coat, coloured trousers, and high blaek hat, and had a slovenly appearance; is a native of Felling, county of Durham, and up to last December was a ship- broker in New- castle. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Detective Department, Newcastle- on- Tyne. — Bow- street, June 7. Absconded on the 24th ultimo, charged a warrant with forgery of Bills, amounting to £ 2,475, BENJ. ARCHER POTTER, lately a drysalter in Queen- street, Glasgow : he is 31 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 iuches high, ordinary make, fair complexion and hair, rather red whiskers, beard, and mous- tache ( full grown), and bald forehead ; dresses generally in a black surtout coat and dress hat; he is a native of Batley, Yorkshire. Information to be given to Chief Constable McCall, or to Deputy Chief Constable Brown, Glasgow, Lan- arkshire.— Bm- slreet, June 7. BURGLARY AID HOUSE BREAKING. Between 3 and 5' 30 a. m. on the 3rd inst., the dwelling- house of Mr. James Rothwell, licensed victualler, Crown Inn, Copy Nook, Blackburn, was broken and entered, and stolen therein : a lady's gold lever Watch, gold dial, seconds hand, No. 16555, had a gold Guard, small chain pattern, attached ; a silver lever Watch, white dial, seconds hand, maker J. Ainsworth, Blackburn, No. 54582, with a fine silver Guard attached ; also 8s. or 9s. in silver and copper Money. Information to be given to Chief Constable Potts, Police Office, Town Hall, Blackburn, Lancashire.— Bow- it., June 7, Stolen in the borough of Shrewsbury, by means of house- breaking, on the 31st ultimo : a lady's gold consular Geneva Watch, No. 30736, gold dial, and gold Albert Chain attached; a silver English lever Watch, open face ; a p^ r of gold. Eye- glasses ; an old silver Watch, No. 784, m^ er John Kirk, London ; a plated Albert; a steel ditto ; and about £ 50 in Gold. Information to be given to Head Constable Davies, Shrewsbury, Salop.— Bow- street, June 4. Early on the morning of the lst instant, a dwelling- house at Dunchurch, was broken and entered, and stolen therein : a silver Geneva Watch, single case, white dial, no seconds hand, engraved back with plain shield in centre, had attached a brass Key, with ' Barilla Farnham,' thereon ; a pair of common black Ear- rings, have been repaired ; ten nickel silver Spoons, six Tea, four Table ; eight Pocket Knives, containing several Blades, Cork Screws, & c.; a Chemise, a Night Dress, a pair of Drawers, a Bodice, all marked ' M. Butler,' in front; two baby's white Petticoats ; four white brilliant and three diaper Pinafore3 ; two Shirts and three Night Dresses, children's ; two white linen Aprons ; two white Table Cloths ; four Chamber Towels; and six Tea Cloths. Supposed by two tramps. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Jervis, Rugby, Warwick- shire.— Bow- street, June 2. Between 10 p. m. the 21th and 5 a. m. the 25th ultimo, a dwelling- house at High- lane, was broken and entered and stolen therein : a dark brown Overcoat, brown velvet collar, double- breasted, three pockets outside, two on the right side, one on the left, and one inside left breast, brown covered buttons, and much worn ; a boy's blue pilot Overcoat, black velvet collar, lined with bright scarlet plaid, and black bone buttons, nearly new ; a woollen scarf Shawl, black and white plaid, nearly new; 35 yards of black Silk; a ftii'l's Jacket, imitation sealskin, lined with black satin, and much worn ; a Writing Desk, made of light brown polished wood, inlaid with brass round the edge of the lid, and a plate iu centre about 14 inches by 7 inches ; two £ 5 Bank of England Notes ; and about £ 5 in Gold and Silver. 203. reward will be paid for such information as shall lead to the apprehension and conviction of the offender or offenders, and recovery of the property, or in proportion to the amount recovered. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Lawton, County Police Station, Stockport, Cheshire.— Bow- street, June 2. hat, aud clogs; he passed through the Barnsdale toll- bar with the horse, at 1 a. m on the 31st ultimo. Information to be given to Superintendent Astwood, West Riding Consta- bulary, Doncaster.— Bow- street, June 7. Stolen during the night of the 26th ultimo, from a field at Greenford- green : a black Gelding, 5 years old, 16 hands high, long mane, bang tail, and no hind shoes.— Metropolitan Police, X Division, June 7. Description of two men charged with stealing a Cow ( recovered) from Handley, in the parish of Staveley, on the 22ud ultimo : one about 26 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches higb, dark hair, slight dark whiskers, no moustache, fresh com- plexion, thin features, and slender built; dressed in black cloth jacket and vest, dirty grey cloth trousers, and black cloth cap ; had the appearance of a collier. The other about 20 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, light brown or sandy hair, very slight sandy whiskers, no moustache, thin features, and slender build; dressed in a suit of brown cloth, with small white spots in it, and black billycock hat; had the appearance of a farmer or cattle dealer. Infoimation to be given to Superiutendent Carline, County Police Office, Chesterfield, Derbyshire.— Bow- street, June 4. Description of a man who gave the name of WILLIAM GULLY, of Clifton, Bristol, charged with obtaining by false pretences from George Goddard, a Horse, by givirg a fictitious cheque in paywnent at Binegar Fair, on the 19th instant: about 60 years of age, about 5 feet 8 inches high, fair complexion, and grey bushy whiskers; dressed in a suit of black, with black high hat, large pattern gold Guard, with large locket, wore gold Spectacles, and appears to be deaf. Information to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Bisgood, Somerset Constabulary, Glastonbury, or to Sergeant Vowles, Wells, Somerset.— Bow- street, May 31. Further information and description of two men charged on - warrants with stealing t A'o Ponies from Lazenby and Yearby, near Redcar, in the North Riding of Yorkshire, on the night of the 13th instant, both natives of Essex, but have been at Marske- by- the- Sea, for a considerable time, working in the ironstone mines, and may seek similar employment, or in coal pits or public works. They have a'iso been in the habit of attending horse sales and dealing in old horses. The Trap they took away with them from Marske has since been returned : EDWARD HARTGROVE, alias PIGEON COTE NED, who left his wife behind, is about 40 years of age, about 5 feet 8j inches high, dark hair and whiskers, inclined to stoop, and turns his feet outwards, andis well known at Romford ; generally dressed in green checked trousers, black cloth coat, and cap with double peaks. He is a native of Ongar, near Romford, Essex. And WILLIAM ALLEN, about 30 years of age, 5 feet io inches liigb, or 5 feet 11 inches, slender build, fresh complexion, rather good - looking, light hair and moustache, and no whiskers; generally dressed in dark blue coat and vest, and black trousers, or in a suit of black, and velvet cap. Left his wife at Marske. He is a native o£ Chad well or Chadwellheath, Essex. A third man is supposed to be in their company about 30 years of age," 5 feet C or 7 inches high, fresh complexion, and light whiskers all round the chin; dressed in dark clothes and black hard felt hat. Hartgrove and Allen were seen at Rosley Hill Fair, Cum- berland, on the 17th instant, dealing with the two Ponies, The brown one was sold, and has since been recovered. The grey pony is still missing. It is 14 hands 2 inches high, ( mot 13 hands high as before- stated.) Information to be given to Superintendent Priest, Guis- borough, or to Sergeat Kitching, South Eston, Middlesbro', Yorkshire.— Bow- street, May 31. ROBBERY MB LARCEK'Y FROM THE PERSON. Stolen from the person on the 4th instant, at Eton : ' a silver Geneva Watch, maker Benson, Bond- street, London, coloured figures on face ; a small gold Geneva hunting Watch, marked on back ' A. L. N.'; a silver half hunting Watch, keyless, crest on back, and engine- turned ; a gold Watch, maker Le Roy and Fils, marked ' E. L.' on back, No. 47678, and gold Chain attached, Locket, with portrait, and marked ' A. J. E.'; and a silver hunting Wateh, with initials on front ' R. P.,' silver Chain, and silver Compass attached. Information to be given to Superintendent Dunham, Slough, or to Inspector Pearman, Eton College, Bucks.— Bow- street, June 7, Stolen from the person of a gentleman in the borough of Sunderland, on the night of the 2nd instant : a gold lever HORSE AID CATTLE STEALING. Description of CHARLES MOLE, a labourer, who has absconded from Portsmouth, charged with horse- stealing. He is about 23 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, dark brown hair, hazel eyes with a cast in both, dark complexiou, head inclines to one side ; dressed in black billycock hat, white slop, cord trousers, and heavy lace- up boots. Information to be given to Head Constable Barber, Portsmouth, Hants, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Boio- street, June 7. Stolen from a stable on the Burford- road, near Chipping Norton, Oxon, on the night of the 28th ultimo : a brown mare Pony, about 13 hands high, aged, has a cut in one ear, long tail, and walks a little stiff behind. The property of Edward Skey, dealer, Chipping Norton, Oxon. Information to be given to Superintendent Lakin, County Police Station, Chipping Norton, Oxon.— Bow- street, June 7. Stolen between 9' 30 p. m. on the 30th, and 3' 30 a. m. on the 3- lst ultimo, from a field at Bentley- with- Arksey, near Dencaster, the property of Thomas Clark, cattle dealer : a brown Gelding, about 14 hands high, aged, black legs, tuft of hair on both knees, from being down, switch tail, rather slack backed, and in low condition. By a man, about 35 years of Further information respecting the Pony stolen from Yange Rectory ( as advertised in the Police Gazette of the 26th instant) : the pony was 14 instead of 13 hands high, off hind foot white, and not the near hind foot, as previously stated, lias a scar on near hind fetlock joint, and a scar on off fore fetlock joint, cut by the shoe. Information to be given at the Police Station, Southend, Essex,— Bow- street, May 31. Watch, No. 42120, has a small piece chipped off the dial near, age, 5 feet 7 inches high, fresh complexion, and stoat built; the figure ' 12,' had attached a gold albert curb Chain and a j dressed in black cloth coat, cord trousers, black soft billycock LARGELY AMD EMBEZZLEMENT. Charged on a warrant with embezzlement: BERESFORD LOVETT JONES, late of 35, St. Mary- square, Kennington, about 50 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, slender build, stoops a little, fresh colour, hair turning grey, small whiskefs, no moustache, and wears spectacles ; generally dressed in shabby dark clotiies, and high hat. Information to be given to Inspector Bailey, Detective Department, 26, Old Jewry, E. C.— Bow- street, June 7. Stolen from the dwelling- house of Mr. Jennison Hopper, Great Kelk, East Riding, York, on the 21th ultimo, between 7 a. m. and 7 p. m. : two cotton Sheets, two Table Cloths, one red and white and one white, some Towelling, an Anti- macassar, and on e metal Teapot. By a man of the followino- description: JACOB alias WILLIAM ASKAM, ( a lodger with Mr. Hopper) 25 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, fresh complexion, brown hair, and stout figure ; dressed in fustian jacket, cork trousers, black vest, and cap ; and a native of Sutton St. James, Lincolnshire. Iuformation to be given to Superintendent Harper, Great Driffield, Yorkshire.— Bow- street, June 7. Stolen on the 3rd instant, between 2 and 3, from the 2 POLICE GAZETTE. June 7 drawing- room of the house of D. A. Taylor, Esq., Linkfield* street, in the borough of Eeigate : one silver champagne Challenge Cup, with inscription—' Won by Edward Nolan in J- mile University Race' ; and three small silver round old- fashioned Tea Caddies. By two young men, one about 20 years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high; dressed in a light loose tweed coat with tweed trousers and vest, dark com- plexion, no whiskers, very slightly built. The second is about 25 years of age, 5 feet 4 or 5 inches high; dressed in dark tweed clothes, both wearing hard felt hats, dark sallow com- plexion, flat face with a small tuft of hair on chin. Both were respectably dressed. These men were stopped by the Police on the main road to Croydon, near the Caterham Railway Junction, and made their escape upon being followed by the Police. The short one was seen to throw a portion of the property away, which was recovered, broken up. They can be identified. Information to be given to Head Con- stable Rogers, Redhill, Surrey.— Bow- street, June 7. Absconded on the 22nd ultimo, from Margaret- street, Marylebone, stealing a gold Geneva open- face Watch, gold dial, with gold Chain and Locket attached; and £ Z 7s. 8d., the property of his employer : a youth, 16 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches higb, fresh complexion, and brown hair ; dressed in a dark mixture suit, and has a respectable appear- ance. Has some friends at Leicester, and is supposed to have gone there.— Metropolitan Police, E Division, June 7. Absconded from his lodging, Redhill, charged, with stealing two black cloth Coats with pockets on hips, two Waistcoats, a pair of light- coloured Trousers, and a pair of side- spring Boots, recently clumped : a man about 20 years of age, 5 feet 8J inches higb, dark hair and complexion, face small and rather blotchy, and his upper teeth project when talking; he worked as a plumber and painter's labourer, and has served 9 months in Petworth Gaol for stealing dothes from Horsham. All reasonable expenses will. be paid. In- formation to be given to Head Constable Rogers, Redhill, Surrey.— Bow- sireet, June 4. Stolen between 8 and 9' 30 a. m. on the 29th ultimo, from a bedroom at the Duke of York public- house, Tunbridge Wells : a silver verge Watch, single case, has ' E. H.' marked on the back ; a dark blue Coat, three outside pockets, one a ticket pocket, and one inside left breast; a dark grey single- breasted Yest, three pockets ; a white and red Pocket- hand kerchief ; and a briar- root Pipe ; the property of George Eaves. By a man who lodged there one night : about 20 years of age, 5 feet 9 inches high, dark hair, fair com- plexion, no whiskers or moustache; dressed in a black cloth suit, high black hat, and black necktie ; has the appearance of an hotel waiter or boots. Information to be given to Superintendent Embery, Town Hall, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. — Bow- street, June 4. Stolen about 2 a. m. on the 2nd instant, from a dwelling- house in Sandbach : a pair of lace- up Boots, a pair of water- tight ditto, a stuff Dress, a dark Skirt, a dark winsey Skirt, a Description of a man who gave the name of ROBERT black merino Jacket, a scarf Shawl, four pairs of Stockings, SEYMOUR ( supposed fictitious), of Preston, no occupation, a wool Shawl, a puce ditto, a plaid ditto, two woollen Scarves, j who is committed for trial at the Devon Quarter Sessions seven Aprons, a Nightgown, a window Blind, a Chemise, a; held at Exeter on the 29th instant, for picking pockets at Skirt, four Pillow Slips, and a brown Umbrella, the property , Totnes Railway Station on the evening of the fair • from 36 of Peter Bailey. By three forgemen who lodged in the house, j to 40 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, grey eyes, light and absconded at the time of the robbery : I brown hair, fair complexion, slight whiskers and moustache, JAMES LYNCH, 25 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high,; inclined to be^ ed, enlargement of left thumb, middle size, light hair and complexion, sandy moustache ; dressed m an( j. 0f military appearance ; dressed in dark brown overcoat moleskin trousers, blue coat, worsted cap, and strong boots, j dark speckled coat and vest, dark tweed trousers, elastic- side MARTIN GAVIN, 22 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, | boots, bard felt hat, and carried a reversible overcoat, black dark hair and complexion ; dressed m moleskin trousers, grey and light ( mackintosh). It is supposed that this man is well cloth jacket, and worsted cap. ! known in Plymouth and Cornwall, where he may have been MARTIN BROWN, 24 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, I previously convicted for felony. Information to be given to Salop, Who holds a warrant for his apDrehension.— Bow- street, May 31. • Stolen from the Weymouth Rowing Club boat- house, about 8 p. m. of the 28th instant : an open- face silver lever Watch, No. 3327, maker J. Leechman, has the letter ' T.' engraved on back of case, and black figures; a gold albert Chain and gold Locket and Bar, both plain. By WILLIAM HAMMOND or HEMMINGS, about 35 years of age ( but looks younger), 5 feet 5 or 6 inches high, sallow complexion, high cheek bones, rather" stout build, full face, blue eyes, and light brown hair cut very short; shabbily dressed in a dark snuff- colour vest and trousers, dark cut- away coat, pockets on hips, and cap; he is in the habit of visiting boat clubs in different parts of the count^ i. and has rowed in matches. He has just come out o£ Pool? Prison. He offered the watch for sale at Portsham, and made enquiries for the road to Dartmouth. Information to be given to Superintendent Vickery, Police Office, Weymouth, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, May 31, Stolen, on the 28th inst., from a workshop at Wom- bridge, Herefordshire : a double- backed white Slop, nearly new, with white bone and metal buttons; a Square, marked J. Perkins; a spoke Shave, marked under the knife, J. Perkins; a f- iuch joiners' Chisel, marked on the handle, J. Perkins : supposed by an Irishman, a collier or iron- worker, 40 years of age, slender make, 5 feet 9 inches high, brown hair and whiskers, small moustache; dressed in old brown jacket and grey vest, and old moleskin trousers, patched on knees, and a very large patch on the seat, black jimcrow hat, and farge clogs ; he is supposed to have gone in the direction of Pontypool. Also stolen, on the 25th inst., from a hedge at Michael- church, Exley, Herefordshire, brown mixture cord Trousers, nearly new, fall front, lined with unbleached calico, and with 4 metal brace buttons, some black bona do. Information to be given to Superintendent Cope, Hereford, or Sergeant Phillips, Abbey Dore.— Bow- street, May 31. FRAUDS AMD AGGRAVATED MISDEMEAHOUSjS. Charged with obtaining Money by false pretences : THOMAS WATSON, 35 years of age, 5 feet 10 inches high, dark brown hair and moustache ; dressed in tall Alpine hat, and long Irish travelling coat, with belt round, much worn ; is going from town to town representing that he is one of the firm of Messrs. Watson and Bowman, auctioneers, Darlington. Information to be given to Head Constable Oglethorpe, Preston, Lancashire.— Bow- sireet, June 4. MISCELLANEOUS ffiFCEMIKOOT. light hair and complexion, small sandy moustache ; dressed in light grey clothes and cap. Information to be given to Superintendent Rowbottom, Con- stabulary Station, Middlewich, or to Inspector Hulme, Con- stabulary Station, Sandbach, Cheshire, who holds a warrant for their apprehension.— Bow- street, June 4. Superintendent Dore, G Division, Kingsbridge.— Eov.- sir. eet, June 7. Devon Constabulary, Description of ANN CHAMBERS, a hawker of lace, committed to Dorchester Gaol on the 31st ultimo, for one j month, for larceny : 45 years of age, 5 feet 1 inch high, dark , , brown hair, hazel eyes, swarthy complexion, and several cuts Absconded on the 26th ultimo, embezzling JoO : a youth, I on face . dressed in black. She has a pedlar's certificate for 18 years of age, fair complexion and hair, and blotched face ; ! the borough of Arundel, which expired on the Ist of April dressed m blue cutaway coat aud vest, grey trousers, and last, and the above offence endorsed on same. Iuformation high hat. He will probably emigrate.— Metropolitan Police, Y Division, June 2. Stolen from a dwelling- house in Middlesborough, on the 28th instant: a small silver Geneva Watch, No. 14735 ; a long plated gold Guard attached. By a man, who lodged in the house two nights and absconded : he is about 28 years of age, 5 feet 7 to 8 inches high, dark complexion, hair, and moustache, and slender figure ; he said he was a cfabmetniaker, and came from Malton ; dressed in dark shooting coat, grey striped trousers and vest, and a grey or drab hat, with a. button at the top. Information to be given to Chief Con- stable Saggerson, Middlesborough.— Bow- street, May 31. ts> be given to Chief Superintendent Coward, Borough Police Office, Guildhall, Dorchester, Dorset.— Bow- street, June 7. Description of ALFRED HONE, committed to North- | allerton Gaol for 14 days hard labour, ou the 5th instant, ! under the Vagrant Act: he is 16 years of age, 5 feet 1 inch higb, fresh complexion, dark brown hair, and hazel eyes; dressed in a dark brown mixture coat and vest, old light canvas trousers, and cheesecutter cap.'| He says he is a native of Epsom, but has been employed in an umbrella manufac- tory in Sloane- street, Chelsea. Also description of WILLIAM HARRISON, a native of Goldsbro', Yorks, committed on the 5th instaut for trial at Stolen from a dwelling- house at Milford, parish of Bas- \ the next York Assizes, on a charge of Arson, 42 years of age, oh. nrt the mornino1 of the 19t, h instant • a. Rrnnnh spf. 5 feet inches high, fresh complexion, grey eyes, hvnwn church, on morning 19th : a Brooch, set • with three pebbles ; a muslin Dress, white ground with blue sprig; and a white corded Petticoat, supposed marked ' E. Noaeley' on the baud; the property of Elizabeth Noneley, Milford. By a young woman, who lodged in the house the night before, about 25 years of age, about 4 feet 9 inches high, dark hair, and sallow complexion ; dressed in black jacket, trimmed with crape, black dress, black hat, trimmed with crape and a large plait of crape in front aud black feather behind, grey skirt, trimmed with red braid. She gave the name of WILLIAMS, and said she had been nurse in several lunatic asylums. Information to be given to Superintendent Gough, Oswestry, or to Police Constable Lyndon, Baschurch, Salop.— Bow- street, May 31. Description of HENRY WILLIAMSON, a tramping shoemaker, supposed to be a native of Newcastle, charged with stealing a pair of new elastic- side Boot Tops, a quantity of Leather for bottoms of same, and a pair of Wooden Lasts ( 7£ size) at Whitby, on the 22nd instant, the property of John Beadnell; he is about 40 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fresh complexion, grty eyes, brown hair, rather long, which he combs to the front of his ears on both sides, thin features, and rather high cheek bones; dressed in dark clothes and round hard black hat. tie was accompanied by his wife, and will probably seek employment in some large town. Informaion to be given to Superintendent Ryder, North Riding Constabulary, Whitby, Yorkshire, who holds a warrant for his apprehension.— Bow- street, May 31. Description of WILLIAM. BAKER, charged with stealing a quantity of Iron ( recovered) : about 35 years of age, about 5 feet 5 inches high, dark complexion, has lost his front teeth; dressed in a sleeved waistcoat, cord trousers, and hard jimcrow hat; hawks herrings and collects old iron ; has been living in Shrewsbury, with a woman, a native of Wrexham, of which plac Baker is supposed to be- a native. Information to be given o Superintendent Caswell, County Police Oifice, Shrewsbury, v to Sergeant Williams, Wortbsp, He has been employed as a hair, and small brown whiskers, farm labourer. Information to be given to Superintendent Ryder, North Riding Constabulary, Whitby, Yorkshire. — Bow- street, June 7. Description of a°[ man committed for trial at the next quarter sessions at Gloucester, charged with picking pockets at Chipping Sodbury : he gave his name JOHN JACKSON, a bootcloser and a native of Plymouth, 22 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, brown hair cut short, light moustache, little hair on chin, and cut mark on right cheekbone ; dressed in dark coat, light grey trousers and vest, and black bowler hat, and carried a dark overcoat, much worn. Information to be given to Superintendent Ellison, Chipping Sodbury, Glouces- tershire.— Bow- street, June 7. Description of CHARLES MORTIMER, a tramping painter, committed to Falkingham House of Correction, on the 4th instant, for. 1 calendar month hard labour for larceny: he is 27 years of age, 5 feet 3J inches high, dark complexion, broad features, black moustache and imperial, whiskers shaved off, high forehead, dark eyes, raised eyebrows, long sharp nose, left forefinger short and deformed, large ring- worm mark round left leg, and knock kneed ; dressed in black hard hat, black cloth coat and vest, double- breasted, pockets outside, and one inside left breast, grey tweed trousers, fly fionts, old spring- side boots, blue worsted stockings, paper collar, striped necktie, with common pin, set with photographs of female ; he states that he leart his trade in the Commercial- road, London, and worked at Greenwich Hospital; he had in his possession a pallet Knife; three putty ditto; and a dinner ditto ; a graining Brush and Comb ; Necklet ancl Bracelets, made of blue and white beads, and tied with blue tape at the ends ; and a Moody and Sankey's Hymn Book, all of which are supposed to have been stolen. Information to be given to Superintendent Brown, Kesteven County Police Station, Lincoln.— Bow- street, June 7. Description of a tramping watch and clockmaker, who gave the name of JOHN SMITH, who was committed for 7 days under the Vagrant Act, on the 5th instant : 35 years of age, 5 feet 7 inches high, slender make, dark hair and complexion ; dressed in dirty black frock coat, black waist- coat and trousers. He says he has worked at Coventry and most towns in England and Wales, and sometimes says he is a hair dresser. Information to be given to Chief Superin- tendent Richardson, Wellington, or to Sergeant Christis.. Newport, Salop.— Bovi- sireet, June 7. WILLIAM HAMMOND, alias EMMES, advertised in the Police Gazette of the 31st ultimo, charged with stealing a " Watch, & c., from the Weymouth Club- house, has beet apprehended and the property recovered. He now stands committed for trial at the next quarter sessions, having been previously convicted at Poole of larceny from dwelling- house. He has been in different parts of the county during the past fourteen years atteading boat clubs, & c. : he is 36 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fresh complexion, brown hair, blue eyes, high cheek bones, and scar on leftleg; dressed in a dark cutaway coat, dark vest, brown trousers, and black cap ; states that he was bom at Oxford, but has been living some years at Richmond, Surrey, a waterman. A photograph can be had on application. Information to be given to Superintendent Vickery, Police Office, Weymouth, Dorset.— — Bow- sireet, June 4. Missing from her home since 4 a. m. on the 4th instant : a lady o£ title, 21^ years of age, 5 feet 6 or 7 inches high, thin and elegant, finely cut oval face, aquiline nose, large almond- shaped eyes, small mouth, with slightly hanging under lip, very dark brown ( almost black) hair, which is worn in plaits or curls, stoops slightly when walking, and has a peculiar habit of giving a short cough at intervals ; dressed in black silk dress with bottom flounce, trimmed with fringe, deep tunic in front, with sash behind, and cashmere cape with fringe to match, and black felt hat with large black feather. It is feared some ill has befallen her, she being of unsound mind. Information to [ be given to Superintendent O'Kill, Police Court, Sevenoaks, Kent.— Bern- street, June 4. Remanded at Hastings till the 8th instant, charged with stealing, at St. Leonards on the 19th April last, two Ponies, a Phaeton, and a set of Harness, the property of J. W. Lester ( not recovered) : ALFRED EDW. BURROWS, ako ARTHUR EDWARDS, 16 years of age, 5 feet 6 inchesv higb, thin sallow complexion, long dark hair, inclined to curl and parted in the middle, very slight dark moustache, ' A. B.' in ink on right fore arm, and scar on right chin ; dressed in black cloth oxonian coat ( pockets behind), vest, and trousers, and white straw hat with black band, linen marked ' A. A. E. Burrow.' He is supposed to have committed similar offences at Windsor, Brighton, Worthing, Tnnbridge Wells, & e. He gave as his address 22, Approach- road, Bethnal- green, Lon- don. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Glenister, Hastings, Kent.— Bow- street. June 2. Remanded until the 7th instant, on a charge of house- breaking : PATRICK WILSH, says he is a native of Liverpool, a labourer, 28 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, sallow com- plexion, light hair and whiskers, and slight moustache, blue eyes, scar on right cheekbone, also on outside o£ left leg, ancl one inside of right thigh from a running sore, four dots pricked in blue ink on left arm, and the second toe of right foot deformed ; dressed in white slop, open in front, blue striped cotton shirt, grey and white striped trousers, old light boots, and dark cap with knob at top ; he states that he has been travelling about the country eight years. SAMUEL LEVY, states he is a native of Hull, a sailor, 27 years of age, 5 feet 3 inches high, black hair, whiskers, and moustache, fresh complexion, sharp features, and very- dark eyes: dressed in grey striped mixture shirt, blue and white plaid scarf, blue stockings, da? k tweed suit, double- breasted coat ancl vest, and trousers with fly fronts, and good Wellington boots. And GEORGE FORDHAM, says he is a native of Ports- mouth, a labourer, 19 years of age, 5 feet 3|" inches high., black hair, no whiskers, blue eyes, fresh complexion, slight scar on bridge of nose, several scars on. right_ and left.. breast, also round the neck and under right arm; dressed in old round tweed jacket, black cloth vest, old light- coloured plaid scarf, white calico shirt, old elastic- side boots, and black billy- cock hat. Information to be given to Superintendent Brown, Kestevea County Police Station, Lincoln.— Bm- street, June 2. In custody at the County Police Station, Nottingham,, charged with night poaching and shooting at Police Constable Storer early on the morning of the 30th ult. : a man giving the name of JOHN SMITH, a tramping navvy, about 40 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, brown hair, whiskers inclining to sandy, and grey eyes ; wears a brown velveteen coat, with very long laps aud large pockets inside. Informa- tion to be given to Deputy Chief Constable Palethorpe, County Police Station, Nottingham.— Bow- street, June 2. Committed fcr trial at the July Quarter Sessions at Spalding, charged with obtaining Goods by false pretenses : a taan calling himself JAMES GREEN, a native of Thet- ford, Norfolk, 37 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, clean shaved, short sandy hair, and red face; dressed in double- breasted topcoat, with velvet collar, no vest, black cord trousers, chummy hat, and strong laced boots. He states that a short time ago he was employed as an engine driver at Middlesborough. Information to be given to Superinten- dent Leaper, Spalding, or to Sergeant Biggadyke, Long Sutton, Lincolnshire.— Bow- street, Jime 2. Description of two men, apprehended on the night of the 14th instant, on the turnpike road, Wood End, between Lichfield, and Birmingham, and committed for trial at the- nfxt Quarter Sessions, at Stafford, charged with stealing two pig's Chawls, dried, foutd in their possession; the property of some person or persons unknown : RICHARD HEBERT, supposed fictitious, 47 years of age, about 5 feet 5 inches high, sallow complexion, dark brown hair and whiskers, rather stoutly built; dressed in a mixed coloured tweed jacket, light vest, very old and ragged, corduroy trousers, old faded muffler, soft hat, and old clogs, one of which is worn at the toe. JAMES EDWARDS, 37 or 38 years of age, about 5 feet 7 inches high, light complexion, light brown hair, no whiskers or moustache, long face, and rather thin : dressed in a dirty white slop, moleskin trousers and vest, blue check shirt, faded black cloth cap, with peak, and two brass buttons, elastic- side boots, and wears leather straps round his wrists; states he has served 4 years in the 68th Regiment, and has lost his discharge. Photographs may be had on application. Information to bo given to Sergeant Hammond, Shenstone, near Lichfield, Staffordshire.— Bow- street, June 2. Committed for trial at the East Kent Quarter Sessions, June 7. POLICE GAZETTE A at Canterbury, on the 29th proximo, for larceny from the soerson, at Wye Races, on the 19 th instant: WILLIAM, alias HENRY SALMANS, 28 years of age, 3 ^ eet 5 inches high, swarthy complexion, hazel eyes, black hair, thick and curly, 3car across the bridge of the nose, cut on two first fingers of right hand, scar from boil left side of forehead, nine scars from boils on back of neck, large scar from boil on top of left shoulder, left collar- bone has been dislocated, a birth mark near pit of stomach on right side, and' his left leg is shorter than the right; dressed in blue cloth coat,' dark trousers and vest, yellow and black striped necktie, yellow, black, and red plaid baltic shirt, bard black felt hat, and elastic- side boots, gave his address, 12, Lime- street, Bristol, and says he is a gasfitter. GEORGE DONNELLY, 36 years of age, 5 feet 5£ inches higb, fresh complexion, hazel eye, light brown hair, and sandy moustache, scar on right leg, and lump on back of right hand; dressed in short blue cloth pea jacket, dark vest, dark ribbed cloth trousers, with red spots, white cotton shirt, and small black necktie, and hard black felt hat; he says he is a book- seller, and gave his address, 17a, Gunpowder- alley, Shoe- lane, Fleet- street, London HENRY SWAFFER, 22 years of age, 5 feet 5 inches high, fair complexion, blue eyes, light brown hair, and sandy moustache; dressed in long black overcoat, bound with braid, shepherd's plaid trousers, black necktie, with white spots, dark tweed vest, light lace- up boots, and hard black felt hat; he says he is a betting man, and gave his addresS, 22, Gram- street, New North- road. London. Information to be given to Superintendent Noakes, Kent Constabulary, Ashford.— Bow- street, May 31. Remanded, until the 5th prox., charged with attempting to pick pockets at Newport pleasure fair, on the 28th inst. : a youth who gives the name of JOHN SMITH ( supposed to be fictitious), 17 years o£ age, 5 feet 4 inches high, slender make, dark brown hair, dark hazel eyes, pale complexion, and smart appearance : he states that he is a native of Here- ford, and has worked as a printer, and that he has spent the most of his life in London, Liverpool, Manchester, and Bir- mingham. Information to be given at the County Con- stabulary Office, Newport, Salop.— Bow- street, May 31. Guard, with a 5- rouble Russian gold Piece and a gold Locket with the monogram 1 HHR' thereon, attached. Information to be given to Head Constable Terrell, Borough Police Office, Cambridge.— Bow- street, June 4. Stolen on the morniDg of the lst instant, from a bed- room at the Fountain Inn, Week- street, the following pro- perty : a gold neck Chain with Locket attached', with the words ' Good luck,' in the shape of a horse- shoe ; a pair of gold Ear- rings, with three drops on each of them; and a small gold Brooch, the property George Benzie, the landlord. Supposed by a man who lodged in the house two nights, and stated that he was a waiter : about 24 years of age, 5 feet C or 7 inches high, slight comp% don, brown hair, and clean- shaved ; dressed in a black clouh coat, vest, trousers, waist- coat, and high crown hat. Information to be given to' the Head Constable, Police Office, Maidstone, Kent.— Bow- street, June 4. Stolen from No. 3, Beaufort- villas, Bath, during the night of the 15th ultimo : a tawny red Irish, setter Bitch, 2-. j years old, well feathered, slightly white on chest, with fiesh coloured nose, name— Nell. £ 1 reward will be paid on its recovery and conviction of the offender or offenders. Information to be given to Major Squire, 2nd Somerset Militia, Bath,— Bow- street, June 2. Stolen from the Brick House, Marden, Herefordshire, on the 25th ultimo : a dark velveteen Jacket, with three pockets inside and two outside, and sporting buttons, mended on one sleeve near the shoulder, the property of E. Stedman. Suspicion is attached to a man, supposed to be a drover, about 40 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, and pale face; dressed in white hat, white slop, and cord trousers, and carried a cloth jacket on his am. Information to be given to Superintendent Cope, Shire Hall, Hereford, or to C. Baynham, Police Station, Wellington, near Hereford.— Bow- street, Jurta 2. Stolen on the 29th ultimo, from the officer's quarters at Chatham Barracks : a gold lever hunting Watch, white face, maker Barraud, No. 2 | 9344, gold Chain, Locket, and Pencil with Watch Key attached. Information to be given to Superintendent Coppinger, Kent Constabulary, Chatham.— Bow- street, June 2, ' PROPERTY EHOIE1. Stolen between 7 p. m. on the 28th ult. and 2 p. m. on the lst instant, from a stable, the property of John Jones, Cefenycoed, Montgomeryshire : a Breast- Plate, and three . brass Ornaments, one a hcrse, ane a small star, and the other ' a small diamond in the centre, and two small straps attached to one end ; a Leading Rein with two brass Buckles; and two Stars of a bridle, & c., all nearly new. Information to be given to Superintendent Ellis, Welshpool, or to Police Con- stable Lewis, Llansaintffraid, Montgomeryshire.— Bow- street, J Me 7. Stolen during the afternoon of the 3rd instant, from a dwelling- house in Oxford : a gentleman's f- plate gold lever Watch, maker Leech, Salisbury, No. 10039, a massive gold albert Chain attached; a gold Mordan Pencil- case ; a car- buncle Ring; two mourniug Rings, engraved ' French' and ' Cooper'; a lady's gold Watch Chain, with a gold Locket attached, ornamented in Greek pattern in blue enamel, and Photograph of a child inside; two gold Lockets, one with turquoise, the other plain; an ivory Mordan Pencil- case, with gold stars ; a gold Brooch, with glass and hair ; a gold chain- link Bracelet, with gold pendant and stone; a small round gold and blue enamel Locket, containing hair ; a small gold Maltese Cross ; an Irish bog- oak Bracelet ; a long gold neck Chaiu, with Ring, Seals, and Locket attached ; a short neck Chain ; a plain gold Locket, initials in blue enamel; a gold Locket, set with large carbuncle ; a gold Brooch, with pearl in centre ; three gold Seals on Ring, with crests and monogram ; two mourning Rings, one blue and the other black enamel; the plated Fittings of a dressing- case,; a £ 5 Bank of England Note, and about £ 6 iii Gold and Silver. Supposed by a man who called and represented that he was sent to repair the gas pipe : about 30 years of age, 5 feet 8 or 0 inches high, very dark complexion, wavy hair, dark beard on chin,' stout build, and dressed in dark clothes and hard felt hat. £ 20 reward. Iuformation to be given to Superin- tendent Head, Police Office, Oxford.— Bow- sUeet, June 7. Stolen from the dwelling- house of Mr. T. Thomas, of Caterham, Surrey, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. on the lst ins. : five Meerschaum Pipes, one of which is large and silver mounted with the initials ' T. T.', and three Pipe Cases. Two guineas reward will be paid on recovery of . the property and conviction of the offender or offenders. Also from the dwelling- house of Mrs. Mills, of Godstone, about .9 a. m. on the 2nd instant: a silver hunting Watch, maker Barraud, Cornhill ; with a gold Albert Chain, snake oattern, aud Key attached. By a lad 15 years of age, slightly built, about 5 feet high, fair complexion, and good- looking. Information to be given [ to Superintendent Murtell, Surrey • Constabulary, Godstone.— Bow- street, June 7. Stolen from Grove- cottage, Heesham, on the 31st ultimo: two old English china Ornaments, a shepherd and shep- herdess, both damaged, the shepherd holding a lamb, the shepherdess a basket of eggs. Also a double Sovereign, a Half- Sovereign, date 1817 ; two gold Quarter Dollar Pieces, and one other Gold Coin. Supposed by tramps. Information to be given to Superintendent Bungard, Surrey Constabulary, Chertsey.— Bow- street, June 4. Stolen from the dwelling- house of Joseph Wilkinson, of Bromford- lane, West Bromwich, during the night of the lst instant: one black frock Coat, name on strap ' Israel Hadley, Oldbury'; one black silk velvet Waistcoat ; one pair black cloth Trousers, lined with white twill ; one Suit of dark grey Clothes, men's size, with velvet collar, name on strap ' Harper, Wrest Bromwich'; one snuff- coloured Overcoat, long skirts, two buttons behind, and velvet collar ; one pair men's elastic side Boots, buttons on side, and toecaps; one soft billycock Hat, lined with blue and white silk ; one pair boy's Trousers, blue twill, bouud with black braid ; two Paisley Shawls; nine yards printed cotton Plaid, pink; one pair red Morocco child's Boots ; one woollen plaid Shawl; one light- coloured di. uble- breasted Vest; one blue reefer Coat, velvet collar, ' Harper' on straps ; one pfsir men's elastic side Boots. Infor- mation to be given to, Superintendent Woollaston, Westbrom- v/ ioh, Staffordshire.— Bow- street, June 4. Stolen from the bar of the Holly bush at Witney, between 2 and 5 p. m. on the 2nd instant : a silver lever Watch, flat glass, maker Scarrott, Worcester, on dial, No. 3605. Infor- mation to be given to Superintendent Cope, Police Station, Witney, Oxon. --- Bow- street, Juue 4. Stolen from a gentleman's room in the borough of Cambridge: a gold open- face English lever Watch, maker Edward Scrivener, No, 9495, a gold curb graduated albert Stolen from an out- building at Buxton, Cheshire, during the night of the 28th ultimo : a pair of men's lace- up Boots, with brass eyelets and worn down at heels ; a black corded silk Vest, without buttons, worn ; a brass Harness Ornament — a small Stag. Two tramps are suspected : one tall, dressed in old grey jacket, and black billycock hat. The other short and stout, and had on an old velveteen jacket, black billy- cock hat, and carried a bag or wallet. They are supposed to have gone by way of Crewe or Nantwich. Information to be given to Superintendent Wilson, Tattenhall, or to Sergeant Powell, Malpas, Cheshire.— Bow- street, June 2. Stolen from a cottage in Chipping Sodbury, on the 26th instant: £ 2 4s., the monies of Elizabeth Stiff. Supposed by a young man, 19 or 20 years of age, 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high, pale complexion, light brown hair, and very little whiskers ; dressed in a dark plaid jacket and trousers, much worn, fur cap, and old shoes; he is a labourer, and is some- times employed as helper at hotel stables. Information to be given to Superintendent Ellison, Constabulary Office, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire.— Bow- street, May 31. Stolen ( supposed by trampsj on the night of the 26th instant, from a hedge at Clogwynbrith, in the parish of Festiniog : a grey flannel Shirt, with white pearl buttons, narrow black stripes running lengthways," a piece of plain grey flannel on bottom of front; a blue and white small check cotton Apron; a pair of fustian Trousers, fall front, much worn, and has several patches ; and a double- breasted fustian Vest, with white horn buttons, much worn ; the property of Robert Pugh. Information to be given to Superintendent Hughes, Towyn, or to Sergeant Jones, Four Crosses, Festiniog, Merionethshire.— Bow- street, May 31. The spring Trap stolen from Great Bridge, Tipton, and the two Traps stolen from Gt, Bridge, West Bromwich ( adver- tised in the Police Gazette o£ the 26th instant), have been found sold to different brokers in Bilston, by a man named JOHN LLOYD, 24 years of age, a minei, of. that place, who is committed for trial at the next quarter sessions at Stafford. — Bow- street, May 31. Stolen from a cottage at Caversham, Oxon, on the 25th instant : a twilled silk Umbrella, twisted handle ; an alpaca Umbrella, with carved knob on the handle ; a mahogany Tea Caddy, containing Beads, and a glass Sugar Basin. Informa- tion to be given to Superintendent Coates, Henley- on- Thames, Oxon.— Bow- street, May 31. Stolen from a fishing house near the river Severn, in the parish of Thornbury, on the 24th inst. : a black Sou'- wester Hat, a plaid neck Scarf, and a pair of watertight Boots, much worn, the property of Wm. Kuapp, a fisherman. Supposed by a mac, about 45 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, dark complexion ; dressed in dirty cord or moleskin trousers and vest, blue guernsey, and cloth cap, aud had the appearance of a navvy. Information to be given to Superintendent Ellison, Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire. — Bow- street, May 31. Stolen from a dwelling- house at Wellington- road, New- port, Salop, on the 28th instant, betweeu 5 and 11 p. m. : a black cloth Dress Coat, bound with silk braid ; a pair of black cloth Trousers ; a double- breasted black cloth Waistcoat; a silk Scarf and pocket Handkerchief, two gold Lockets, one with the photograph of a gentlemau, the other the shape of a portmanteau, photograph a lady and gentleman inside ; a gold watch Guard, snake pattern ; a pair of gold Ear- drops, two round balls, the small ones have a plume of feathers on them ; two gold Necklaces, one snake- chain pattern, the other link pattern, very fine ; a gold Scarf Pin, with cameo stone ; two gold Brooches, one with coral stone, square shape, one like the shape of a heart; and a gold Keeper Ring, the property of Mr. Valentine Lockly. Information to be given to Chief Superintendent Richardson, Wellington, or to Ser geant Christie, Newport, Salop.— Bow- stnet, May 31. Stolen on the 29th instant, at Portsmouth : 1 set of cameo Studs. 1 gold Brooch, with carbuncle and pendant, a pair of Ear- rings to match. 1 silver Knife, Fork, and Spoon. 1 large Bracelet, with head of Medusa. 1 small Box, containing Indian Coins. 1 silver Watch,' T. P.' scratched on back. 6 silver Tea Spoons, initials ' E. P.' 5 old- fashioned Tea Spoons, crest— a boar's head. 3 ditto, initial' C.' 2 small ditto, stamped ' W, B,' on the back, 1 plated Fork. 1 gold Brooch, cameo on one side, hair the other. 2 silver Pencil- cases, 1 Spade Guinea. 1 pair of silver Sugar Tongs. I black frock Coat. 1 leather Bag. 1 gold double- case stop Watch, with centre seconds, maker Roberts, Stonehouse, No. 8397.. 1 old- fashioned pair- case gold Watch, with white dial. Information to be given to Head Constable Barber, Ports- mouth, Hants.— Bow- street, May 31. Stolen from Hartlebury, on the 25th instant: a patent lever silver hunting Watch, makers Maning and Manino-, Worcester, No. 17586, the property of Mr, Henry Griffin. Information to be given to Superintendent Raby, Great Whitby, or to Sergeant Ganderton, Stourport, Worcestershire. — Bow- street, May 31. Stolen between 8 a. m. and 4 p. m. on the 25th instant, from a cottage in the parish of Llangwm, Monmonth : an old- fashioned silver Watch, loose in case, figures on dial ' No. 5718,' German silver Guard attached. Information to be given to Superintendent Berthon, Usk, Monmouth.— Bow- street, May 31. FE0FESTY FOUND BY POLICE OFFICERS. ( On the Persons of Prisoners or elsewhere.) A man of the following description has been convicted of larceny at Wisbeach, and in bis possession was found ( sup- posed to be . stole) a pair of side- spring Shoes, whole fronts, nearly new: STEPHEN MARTIN, who has tramped through Lincolnshire, 19 years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, fresh complexion, full face, light brown hair, and blue eye3; dressed in a brown cloth sleeved waistcoat and trousers, with black stripe, blue cloth cap with ^ eak, heavy lace- up ankle boots with brass eyelet holes, and red and black plaid neck scarf. He carried a grey overcoat with black" velvet collar, having two black horn buttons in front and one white one at the top of the breast and much worn. A photograph can be supplied. Information to be given to the Governor of Wisbeach Prison, Isle of Ely. Cambridgeshire.— Bow- street, May 31. OFFENCES UNDER " THE PREVENTION OF CRIMES ACT. 1871." Description of ABRAHAM HOWARTH, Reg. No. H 3153, who has failed to report himself as required by the Prevention of Crimes Act: 22 years of age, 5 feet 4\ inches high, brown liair, mole on back and neck, scar left hand; was convicted of larceny at Preston Sessions on the 21st of October, 1874, and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment and 2 years police supervision; he left Burnley on the 25th ult., ' to report himself at Bacup. Information to be given to Superintendent Harrop, Police Offi. ce, Bacup, Lancashire.— Bow- st• eet, June 7. Description of licence- holder JOHN DIXON ROUT- LEDGE ( R2721), who has left Preston without reporting himself : 23 years of age, 5 feet inches high, brown hair, cut on left eyebrow, scar on right elbow, and mole on left cheek ; he was convicted at Preston Sessions on 20th Nov., 1873, and sentenced to twelve months hard labour and seven years police supervision. Information to be given to Head Constable Oglethorpe, Preston, Lancashire. — Bow- street, June 2. The following persons have failed to report themselves as required by the Prevention of Crimes Act: Reg. No. 4361, JOHN LLOYD, 34 years of age, 5 ft. 10 ins. high, dark complexion, brown eyes and hair, and a cut under lip. He was convicted at Stafford on the 19th Oct., 1874, and sentenced to 6 months imprisonment, and 5 years Police Supervision ; discharged 17th April, 1875. Reg. No. K 2453, PATRICK KELLY, a cloth dresser, 18 years of age, 5 feet 0J inch high, light brown hair, blue eyes, fresh complexion, cut on left eyelid and on left wrist. He was convicted at Northallerton on the 6th January, 1874, and sentenced to 18 months imprisonment and 2 years Police Supervision ; discharged 5th Mav, 1874. WM. JOHNSON, alias McLAULIN, Reg. No. 4083, 20 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, brown hair, blue eyes, sallow complexion, a labourer, blue mark on right arm, scar on left side. He was convicted at Leeds on the lst January, 1874, and sentenced to 12 months imprisonment; discharged 31st Dec. 1874. ' Reg. No. 9025, ALFRED GREENWOOD, 41 years of age, 5 feet 4f inches high, dark brown hair, hazel eyes, fresh complexion, cut mark on forehead, two moles on back, and scar on right thumb ; was convicted at Halifax of house- breaking, & c., on the 4th March, 1869, and sentenced to seven years penal servitude; was discharged from Portland on the 20th October. 1874. Reg. No. 8680, JOS. T. ROBERTS, 32 years of age, 5 feet 61 inches high, light brown hair, dark grey eyes, fresh com- plexion, cut mark right eyebrow, right shoulder out of joint, paralysed right arm, upper part wasted away, mole upper part of chest, and on right side of stomach. He was convicted at Worcester of larceny, 13th May, 1869, and sentenced to 7 years penal servitude ; was discharged from Portland. 20th April, 1875. Reg. No. 1401, JAMES ALLINSON, 33 years of age, 6 feet OJ inch high, dark brown hair, brown eyes, fresh com- plexion, bald top of head, scar on chest and right thumb, mole on left shoulder, and two on right shoulder. He was convicted at Bradford, 30th November, 1870, of obtaining money by false pretences, and sentenced to 5 years penal servitude ; was discharged from Chatham, 28th Dec., 1874. Information to be given to the Chief Constable, Town Hall, Leeds.— Bow- street, June 2. Description of a convict licence- holder, WM. HACKETT, who has failed to report himself at the West Riding Police Station, Ingleton, as required by the Prevention of Crimes Act, 1871 : 23 years of age, 5 feet 6 inches high, fresh com- plexion, grey eyes, . brown curly hair, scar on right cheek, mole on left collar bone, nose inclined to be Roman ( has been broken), and scar on left knee and on right thumb ; he is a labourer, was born at Birmingham, and resided last at Dent's Head. Information to be given to Superintendent Horne, West Riding Constabulary^ Ingleton, near Lancaster,—- Bovi' street, May 28. FOLICE GAZETTE. June 7. June 7, 1875. WAR OFFICE, DESERTERS FROM HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE'. Oa and after this date ( 12 July, 1872), until further notice, the Reward given for the Apprehension of Deserters will be in sump varrng Prom FIVE SHILLINGS to TWENTY SHILLINGS; t, fie amount being assessed according to the circumstances of each particular case. jf. 3. The applications for Rewards will only be taken into consideration when submitted through and recommended by the Committing Magistrate. smcs HO. NAME. BE0. NO. OGEPfl. WHEBB BOBN. CTu'iDB. SIZB. HA e ET3B. PAOB • COAT & ESOTJSBB3. DATS OF DESEBTN. PLACB OP DESEBTION. MARKS and REMABM 143140 843141 243142 243143 143144 S43145 243146 243147 £ 43148 S43149 Hunter, Walter Houghton, Joseph Henderson, Peter Hancock, Joseph Hughes, John Hosier, Walter Humberstone, F. C. Howells, John Johnson, Henry- Jones, William 1649 8th Hussars 1129 ' 23rd Foot 2043| 42nd Foot 1664157th Foot 1387 40785 16 1852 693 291 61th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto lst Life Grds. 62nd Foot St. Pancras, Middx. Redbourn, Herts South Leith, Edinb, Belfast, Antrim Storington, Sussex Lambeth, Surrey All Saint's, Herts MuchWenlo k, Salop Folkestone, Kent Merthyr, Glamorgan clerk labourer cooper sailor butcher bootmaker groom labourer plasterer puddler 181; 5 391 5 2£>| 5 21| 5 30J 19 19 29 20 23* brown dk. brn dk. brn brown lt. bru It. brn brown dark lt. brn dk. brn hazel grey grey blue grey grey brown grey hazel liazel fresh Iresh fresh fresh frosh fresh fresh dark fair dark regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto plain regimental 15 May 8 May 8 May 1 April 10 May 16 May 16 May 13 May 8 May 7 May Aldershot ditto Perth Colombo Portsmouth Woolwich ditto Birminghm London FortQ- eorge off pass to Edinburgh off pass to Storington scar on right aim 843150] S43151 843152 243153 143154 £ 43155 843156 243157 £ 43158 243159 Jones, John Jones, William* Knell, Edwin Kavanagh, Joseph Kelly, Michael Littlewood, Alfred Lovell, Charles Leonard, Wm. Morgan, John Marchant, Fredk. 415 77th Foot 1233 3rd Brig. Dep. 301 10th Foot 12587 Rl. Engineers 381 37thBrig. Dep. 1620 12th Lancers 521 92 3252 21th Foot 3rd Brig. Dep. 13th Hussars Gren. Guards Bristol Shrewsbury, Salop Knighton, Radnor Dublin Liverpool Linciln Northampton Wrexham, Denbigh London Horsebeath. Canibs carpenter j22 | 5 blacksmith i 23J-. 5 servant | 24f coachmaker, 25 labourer j2li boiler maker! 23 m pud'jler labourer ditto 21 20 234 scar between shoulders i i 10 May Chatham scar inside left knee I £ s & E si pss* t EE a s .' S ES — r s, s ass ssrs- ps'^. ™ .. ngot ferey . d 10 M _ London reeruit 8 Ma^ Windsor | broke out of barracks 443160 243161 843162 £ 43163 243164 843165 843166 843167 843168 243169 Morris, Joseph McCardle, James Mahoney, John McKy, Williaim Makoon, John Manton, Richard Murray, William McMillan, Robert Malcomson, Wm. Martin, Alexander — j 7th Drag. Gds. 3721 lst Foot 2138110th Foot 2085' 16th Foot 296 1983 31499 41260 105th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto | ditto | 2ndBrig. Dep London Edinburgh Carrigrohan, Cork Glasgow Sheffield, York Gidney, Lincoln Stirling Ballymena, Antrim Belfast, Antrim Liverpool ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto shoemaker labourer engine fitter 22 181 244 22i 18* 38 381 23 f 19 21! 9 4i 7 7 6i lit 6 71 54 5 brown dk. brn lt. brn brown brown red black brown brown brown grey grey hazel brown blue hazel grey grey grey grey fair dark florid fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh black ; grey supposed plain regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto dark brown ; tweed 14 May 10 May 14 Mar. 15 May 9 May 9 May 15 May 9 May 13 May 10 May London Ediaburgh Singapore Plymouth Sheffield ditto Woolwich ditto Belfast Liverpool 843170 843171 843172 843173 843174 543175 £ 43176 843177 243178 S43179 Norris, John Newman, John O'Neal, Hugh Owen, James O'Hara, Edward Powell, George P. Pirie, James H. Payne, Walter Parkinson, Wm. ~ j 3272 2866 2464. 1154 2121 419 241 7th Hussars General Serv. Roy. Artillery ditto Rifle Brigade 5 th Lancors Scots Fusiliers 10th Foot 20th Foot 41st Foot Battersea, Surrey Limehouse, Middx. Lanark London ditto Himley, Stafford Aberdeen Chelmsford, Essex Birmingham Dublin ostler stevedore pudd„ er baker labourer clerk shoemaker labourer ditto ditto 18f 5 21 5 20i 5 22f 5 21 5 351 5 26 5 20| 5 24| 85* brown brown lt. bm brown brown lt. brn dk. brn light brown lt. brn hazel grey grey hazel hazel grey brown blue blue blue fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fair black j grey grey regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 14 May 7 May 8 May 13 May 17 May 11 May 11 May 13 May 14 May 8 May London Westminstr Weedon Kilkenny Winchester Colchester London Colchester Preston Manchester recruit, attested scar on lef tarm spots on ara scar on face and left side of chin lost two upper front teeth slight impndiment in speech recruit, attested recruit tattooed left arm and hand scar over left eye mole on back cross and anchor right arm off furlough 843189! 843181 S43182 143183 S43184 843185 843186 S43187 243188 243189 243190, 843191! 843198 843193 843194 843195 843196 843197 243198 343199 Peyton, Archibald Royal, Walter Reavanldt, John Robinson, John Ratty, Thomas Robinson, John Robinson, Peter Ryan, James Rackley, Jonas Storey, John 1035 2165 468 506 2077 228 1039 693 4330 961 Soy. Artillery 10th Foot 19th Foot 77th Foot 90th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto dilto 12th Lancers Shankhih, Antrim Northwold, Norfolk Liverpool Bexley Heath, Kent Shoreditch, Middlsx. Newington, Surrey Dundee Clonfad, Mayo Uxbridge, Middlesex Liverpool ditto ditto corkmakcr labourer musician fishmonger labourer moulder miner servant 20 22J m 251 16* 20 21 20|' 21- 1: 5 261 6 5* I brown 81 lt. brn 6 brown 5- 1 lt. brn brown dk. brn dk. brn brown It. brn brown grey hazel hazel grey grey brown hazel grey grey tresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh ditta dittc ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 10 May 9 May 15 May 15 May 16 May 15 May 10 May 7 May 16 May 12 May Aldershot Colchester | scar on right knee Chester Chatham Dover Woolwich Aldershot ditto Dublin Manchester seton back of right hand Speary, Eiward Sullivan, John Sealey, William Smolan, Michael Lilley, Fre ik. B. Smethwick, L. Smith, Wm. J. Spraggen, Thos. Sherman, Wm. Smith, George 4150 1524 2098 107 4191 295 4258 41366 Gren. Guards 3rd Foot 24th Foot 27th Foot 28th Foot 62nd Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto General Serv. Frome, Somerset London Weymouth, Dorset Halverst own, Kildare Whiteohkpel, Mddlsx Lisgould, Cork Lambeg, Antrim Whitby, York Islington, Middlesex Paddington labourer ditto labourer fireman labourer hackler cooper farrier labourer 21J 5 26 15 27115 19 5 43 V 5 19*! 5 22 5 20J 5 191 5 18115 81; brown 7 2 brown 51 brown 61 dk. brn 5 lt. brn 51 brown 8*! dk. brn 4* i brown 5 It. brn 51; brown grey blue grey blue hazol blue grey grey hazel hazel ruddy swarth fresh fresh fresh fresh fresb fresh fair fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto tweed regimental ditto brown 8 May 10 April 13 May 13 May 11 May 8 May 12 May 16 May 15 May 13 May Windsor Calcutta Aldershot Curragh Horfield FortGeorge Lisburn Dublin Woolwich London scars on loins | incis. or out in upper jaw took part of reg. nec. ditto took waist- belt took waist- belt and part of reg. nee. 1 recruit scar left side of neck reeruit 243200 843201 843202; 543203 843204 S' 43205 $ 43206 S43207 343208 S43209 843210| 143211 843212 843213 843214 843215 843216 843217 843218 443219 Spence, Charles Saltmarsh, Wm. Smith, David Scott, Henry Skelly, James Tanner, Geo. I. Tucker, John Walker, Matthew Wilsoncroft, R. Waller, John 633 555 1773 1927 1513 927 1630 [ 2nd Brig. Dp. 167| 46thBrig. Dep. S7t. hBrig. Dep ditto 66thBrig. Dep. 26th Foot Rifle Brigade lst Dragoons 2nd Dragoons 7th Hussars Bradford, York Tun'orid ge Wells, Knt Elgin, Moray Edinburgh Dublin Gosport, Hants Marj lebone, Middlsx Liverpool Oldham, Lancashire Plumstead, Norfolk ditto groom tailor groom labourer groom labourer engineer labourer ditto 20115 191! 5 18 5 20*; 5 19* 25* 271 21 301 211 8 | brown 7* light 5*! dk. brn dk. brn lt. bru dk. brn brown brown brown brown | grey ] blue ; blue brown blue brown grey blue grey grey fre3ii fair sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh slop; moleskin regimental dark regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto plain regimental 14 May 15 May 8 May 11 May 15 May 14 May 13 May 14 May 17 May 10 May Sunderland Maidstone Edinburgh Perth Naas Portsmouth Winchester Edinburgh Brighton Norwich slight east in right eye mole below right buttock cross on right arm ; recruit took part of reg. nec. took waist- belt tattooed on left arm officer's servant Watson, Henry Waddle, John Wm. Whelan, Thomas Ward, Frederick Waller, Edward West, Walter Williams, Geo. Walsh, Thomas Yardsley, Wm. Young, William 1580,13th Hussars iNottingham groom 24 5 1323 25th Foot Portsea, Hants — 19 0 988 Roy. Artillery Ebbw Vale, Monmth. labourer 191 9 4519 ditto Mansfield, Notts ditto 21 5 3353 ditto Southwark, Surrey groom 271 5 — General Serv. Dartford, Kent fitter '. 91 5 371 15thBrig. Dep. Manchester sugar boiler 20 5 — 4SthBrig. Dep. Kensington, Middx. labourer 23* 5 — Gren. Guards Hockerel, Essex ditto 20 5 1836 23rd Foot Monmouth tailor 23* 0 7 8 7* 7 7 61 54 6i 8 4| brown brown dark It. brn brown dk. brn brown brown dk. brn brown blue grey hazel grey blue blue blue hazel grey hazel fresh fair dark fair fresh fresh fresh dark swarth sallow ditto ditto ditto ditto tweed blue pilot; tweed regimental brown ; corl white; fustian regimental 12 May 10 May 13 May 8 May 15 May 9 May 10 May 10 May 13 May 11 May Canterbury Buttevant Aldershot Sheffield Fermoy London Burnley London * Aldershot 813220 £ 43221 S43222 843223 543224 243225 213226 843227 243228 £ 43229 Allen, John Anderson, Wm. Booth, Benjamin Byrne, Patrick Borcher, Herman Bridge, William Brown, John Boyle, Bernard Bodily, Thomas Byrne, John 333, Royal H. Art. 907 Roy. Artillery 1731112th Lancers 17th Lancers 15th Foot 22nd Foot ditto list Foot 61st Foot 77th Foot 1685 515 612 537 1302 1502 391 Fethard, Tipperary [ Dundee, Forfar Mansfield, Derby Edinburgh New Brunswick Salforl, Lancashire Workington, Cumb. Antrim Blakesley, Nrth mptn. Ratlifamhain, Dublin mason labourer groom labourer ditto fustiancultr iroisworkei miner blacksmith painter 20* 5 20115 22*; 5 20 5 243230 £ 43231 243232 £ 43233 £ 43234 £ 43235 S43238 • 4333V S43235 843239 Baker, Thomas Berrey, Charles Bicknell, William Brown, John Barnard, Henry Baker, Joseph Brand. Thomas Baker. George Boylan, Patrick Bates, Patrick 172 106th Foot 616 Royal H. Art, 257, ditto 38105 Roy. Artillery 39339| ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 2ndBrig. Dep. 408- 2| 2143 3119 3155 Farnwick, Ayr Miidleton, Norfolk Yeovil, Somerset Marylcbone, Middx. Hackney Gainsborough, Line. Beilcy, Kent Canada Liverpool Dublin labourer groom labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto striker brown dk. hrn dk, brn red brown dk. brn fair lt. brn brown It. brn grey blue grey hazel grey grey grey grey lt. brn pale fair dark florid ruddy fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 21 May 10 May 21 May 21 May 17 May 18 May 21 May 22 May 17 May 14 May Exeter Ipswich Manchester Dundalk Aldershot Manchester ditto Glasgow Dublin Sheerness oil' pass off pass to Ebbw Yale scar over left eyebrow mole right shoulder blade recruit pockpitted ; off pass to Manchester recruit, approved recruit * between Cambridge and London I took waist- belt and greafc- coat j offi M. 23115 23 5 19115 21 15 28* 15 214 221 25 23| 23 5 *, lt. brn 1 7 jit. brn 1 51' dk. brn1 41 [ brown 51jbrown 5 J-! black lt. bm dk. brn brown dark grey grey grey grey hazel brown grey grey blue grey fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh dark i'uddy fresb ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto brown; moleskin 22 May 18 May 17 May 17 May 17 May 18 May 10 May 15 Ma y 16 May 17 May Parkhurst Exeter Woolwich ditto ditto ditto Devonport Shoebrynss. Sheffield Liverpool right arm took part of reg. nec. broke out of barracks 1 off furlough to Glasgow scar on left leg pockpitted, tattooed on arms 243240 24324.1 843242 843243 243244 813215 243246 £ 43217 243248 243249 Brocklesby, John Bessey, James Brown, Frederick Brous, John* Cox, Henry Copeland, Edward Collis, Edward Cauldwell, James Callaghan, William Carroll, Joseph 4331 ditto 230; 31st Brig. Dep. 332-': 57i. hBrig. Dep. 159 lOthBrig. Dep. 283: 12th Lancera 1673 ditto 1439 19th Hussars 18S6,27th Foot 1697 j list Foot 183 30tl. Foot Hartlepool, Durham Thurne, Norfolk Midsomer Norton* Prefect, Lancaster Nottingham Cambridge Sh'oreditch, Mildx. Ardstraw, Tjrone G art an, Sligo ISr. Lule's, Middx. ditto labourer ditto seaman labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto mason 20* 5 2t*' 5 201 5 20* 5 311 5 21 5 19* 5 20f j 5 25 5 20+ ] 5 sear on breast, tattooed on left arm scar above right eyebrow supposed at Plymouth joft pass to Gravesend scar on right arm and back of left hand cross on left arm ; recruit 61! auburn 5 ! brown 7 h, sandy 5* jit. brn 7 ' brown 711 it. brn 61 j brown 7 j brown 6 I brown 711 brown grey igrey ' grey grey grey blue grey hazel grey grey fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fair fair fresh fresh fair regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 14 May 19 May 20 May 21 May 21 May 21 May 16 May 17 May 22 May 21 May Carlisle Gt. Yarmth. Dublin Gosport Manchester ditto Hounslow Londondri'y Shorncliffe Dublin ' J. B.' right arm, anchor left hand scar on right buttock * Somerset tattooed on arms and feet * alias Cross took part of reg. nec. anchor on right arm, sailor on left off pass to . London off furlough to Ballymole 243250 843251 S43252 £ 43253 843254 Jf43255 S43258 5143257 £ 43258 243259 Craig, Robert Connor, Denis Cameron, Edward Corrigan, Joseph Childs, John Casey, Thomas Craig, William Cane, John Coffey, John Clive, William 449,91st Foot 1 Glasgow labourer 21* 5 7 | brown 363,103rd Foot. jCork I ditto 19 > 5 5* It. brn 2681! Royal H. Art. [ Perth clerk 19 ,5 41 It. brn 3511 ditto I Belfast, Antrim j tailor 22ij5 7 [ black 1000- Roy. Artillery! Romford, Essex j rivetter ! 191[ 5 4^ dk. brn 2827! ditto ' j Kill,. Waterford labourer [ 20' ij5 4| It. brn — ; ditto I Dublin j ditto 21 15 11 jit. brn 4477! ditto [ Durham [ collier 19% [ 5 fair 5201 ditto ! St. George's, Middx. ; mason 21 ; 5 7}| brown 12282 jRl. EngineersLuke's bricklayer [ 20|; 5 10 [ brown blue blue blv. e hazel grey grey brown grey grey bluo fresh fresh pale swarth fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto _ ditto ditto ditto drab ; tweed regimental ditto dilto 19 May 17 May 19 May 16 May 16 May 21 May 17 Jfry 16 May 14 May 16 May Curragh Pembroke Dublin Birminghm Aldersliot Weedon Dublin Sheffield Chichester Chatham took part of reg. neo. off pass to Woolwich recruit crown over sternum, anchor left arm tattooed 011 left arm pockpitted June 7. POLICE GAZET'l 5 DESERTERS FROM HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE ( continued). WllCS JO. NAME. BBS. NO. SOBP*. WHEBB BOBN. TBADB. w SIZE. HAIB. EXES. PiOE. COAT & TBOUSEES. j DATB OE DESEBTN. PLACE 01 DESBBTION. MASKS AND REMARKS. S43260 243261 843262 £ 43263 843264 ?, 43265 543266 543267 243268 243269 Corcoran, Edmund Doyle, James Doyle, James Dillon, James Dougherty, James Delay, Thomas Egan, Richard Eaton, Samuel Edwards, John Ebbs, Thomas 674 25thBrig. Dep. 784 538 1442 1374 1385 4324 4538 22nd Foot 77th Foot Koy. Artillery ditto 28thBrig. Dep 53rd Foot 95th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto Kerry, Ireland Wicklow Clare Coventry, Warwick Wakefield, Yorks Birmingham Cardiff, Glamorgan Weston- upon- Trent* Merthyr, Glamorgan Bet ford, Notts labouror ditto ditto baker striker labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto 20 [ 5 23 | 6 181 5 27 5 231 5 23 5 32* 26 20 19 71 jdark li 51 8 7i 101 10 71 41 51 brown dk. brn brown brown dk. brn lt. brn It. brn It. brn lt. brn grey grey blue hazel grey brown hazel brown g'ey grey dark sallow sallow fresh dark h fresh fresh fresh ruddy regimental ditto ditto ditto brown black; brown regimental ditto ditto ditto 21 May 22 May 15 May 15 May 20 May 18 May 19 May 18 May 17 May 16 May Breton Manchester Chatham New'tle- o- T NewBrigtn. Warwick Templemre. Fleetwood Brecon Sheffield took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. tattooed on arms and body recruit recruit, surgically inspected off furlough to Bermondsey, Surrey * Derby scar On left front chest 443270 * 43271 343272 843273 843274 143275 843276 £ 43277 843278 £ 43279 Fox, Arthur Fiander, George Farrand, Thomas Grey, John Gibson, John Gladman, Edward Gibbons, James Gardner, Joseph Giles, Thomas Gallagher, John 1383 bLvDrag. GCIB. 2481 19th Foot. Roy. Artillery 6th Drag. Gds. 7 th Drag. Gds. 19th Foot ditto Roy. Artillery ditto ditto 2922 1198 308 471 40851 Birmingham Blandford, Dorset Bolton, Lancashire Wigan Chester- le- Sti est* Lewes, Sussex Fairfield, Lancaster Birkenhead, Cheshire Alveley, Salop Bolton, Lancaster servant labourer puddler collier labourer musician striker carter labourer ditto 8- 13280 Healy, John 3143281 j Harbour, John Halliday, John . Hickey, Maurice Harrison, Fredk. Hall, Henry Howard, Samuel Harmer, George Holland, Charles Hughes, Hugh 243282 843283 243284 £ 43285 S43286 243287 843288 143289 643290 Holden, John H. 843291 Harrington, Gee. 843292 Hawkins, William 1508 1315 2597 1988 56 320 210 510 575 40805 12th Lancers ditto 20th Foot 24th Foot 60th Rifles 77th Foot 105th Foot Royal H. Art, ditto Roy. Artillerv Thurles, Tipperary Hurling, Norfoft Seagoe, Armagh Bromsgrove, Wore. Maidstone, Kent Romford, Essex Huddersfield, York Hastings, Sussex Lambeth, Surrey Llaneslyn, Anglesea ditto cook weaver labourer waiter labourer fettler labourer ditto ditto 181 5 23 21 23 25f 17* 191 22! 24 19 9 6 41 81 71 £ 1 5 4i 4i 61 brown dk. brn brown lt. brn brown dark dk. brn brown brown lt. brn hazel grey dk. brn grey blue grey hazel grey blue bluo fresh fresh fair light fair sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto black supposed plain regimental ditto ditto broira black ; dark 19 May 15 May 21 May 20 May 19 May 17 May 19 May 18 May 20 May 17 May Shorncliffe Chester Sheerness Warringtn. Waterford Chester ditto Woolwich NewBrigtn. Preston took part of reg. nec. ditto scar on right, scapula; recruit ' Julia ' on right arm scar left grc in * Durham 201 231 21.; 25* 23* 19* 211 22 231 241 71 7 6 81 4f 5 8* 7! 41 5 brown dk. brn lt. brn brown brown light lt. bm dk. bra brown brown blue grey grey grey blue grey grey blue grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fair fresh fresh fresh fresh regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 16 May 19 May 39 May 18 May 17 May 15 May 19 Mav 18 May 16 May 17 May Manchester Liverpool Preston Aldorshot Chatham ditto Sheffield Woolwich ditto ditto white mark below left nipple scar on left buttock scar on right thigh off pass to Brack ley took part of reg. nec. scars on cheat; off leave to Pett, Susssx scar right thigh, tattooed left arm 843293 243294 843295 843296 543297 243298 243299 Igo, Christopher Jones, Charles Judge, Alfred Jelly, Edward Jones, Thomas Jefferies, Richard Johnson, Francis 2929; 212 211 56 14S7 165 465 1567 10180 ditto 16thBrig. Dep. 37thBrig. Dep. 95th Foot 7th Hussara 19th Foot 77th Foot 105th Foot Rifle Brigade Rl. Engineers Wormley, Hereford Ashton, Lancashire Bristol Manchester ditto Bradley, Nrthmpfn, Norbiton, Surrey Ruthbi, Denbigh Shelbourne, Somerst Aldgate, Middlesex ditto moulder labourer ditto packer labourer gardener labouror bootmaker taiior 201 5 25* 5 20*' 5 191: 5 22|, 5 191' 5 18! 24* 19- 1 28 4 5* 41 9 lt. D. H lt. brn It. bra brown brown dk. brn brown brown brown brown grey grey grey grey hazel hazel brown hazel hazel grey fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh dark fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto hospital clothing pilot; black regimental 21 May 22 May 20 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 18 May Weedon Ashton Dublin Fleetwood Norwich Weedon Chat ham Sheffield London Chatham supposed- to have gone to London off pass small mole right of neck escaped from prisoner's warcl recruit, attested - V 243303 . S4330'. ' 843302 243303 . S43304 843305 843306 843307 843308 843309 Jones, David Johnson, Wm. Johnson, George Jackson, Thomas Jones, John Kimpsford, A. Kelly, John Kildea, James Keeffe, Patrick Long, George 2947 3220 3248 141 744 1750 377 469 4275 Royal H. Art, Roy. Artillery ditto ditto 40thBrig. Dep 6th Drag. Gds. 12tli Lancers 4th Foot 34th Foot Gren. Guards Llanrwet, Denbigh Bradford, York Durham Wigan, Lancashire Abcrdare, Glamorgn Chelsea, Middlesex Monaglian Lancaster Conahey, Kilkenny Stapleton. Gloucester groom labourer mason striker collier groom puddler groom ditto 23| 24* 21 21 21f 26 20 211 22* 21 brown It. bm lt. brn dk. brn brown brown red brown brown lt. brn grey grey grey brown brown brown hazel grey blue grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh sallow ditto brown regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto dilto ditto ditto 22 May 20 May 22 May 19 May 21 May 17 May 21 May 13 May 22 May 17 May Coventry Brighton New'tle- o- T Weedon Gosport Shorncliffe Manchester Cork Kilkenny Windsor scar bridge of nose recruit took the whole of reg. nec. off pass to Manchester took part of reg. nec. second toes of both feet overlap cross on left arm, scar right thigb took part of reg. nec. 243310 Lappin, John 243311 Lyons, Thomas 243312; Lead, Alfred V. S43313 Long, Michael 843314 Lawrence, Henry 243315 Louth, William 243316 Meakin, John 243317 McGowan, Robert 243318 Murphy, John 843319 Marsden. James 181 249 1388 175 2081 913 1174 284 2161 12th Foot 91st Foot 95 th Foot 106th Foot Rifle Brigade Roy. Artillery Gron. Guards lst Foot 2nd Foot 5th Foot Shankbill, Antrim Cambusnethan, Lark Derby Liverpool Ramsgate, Kent Langtoft, Lincoln Repton, Derby Edinburgh Marylebone, Mddlsx. Burnley, Lancashire linen lapper labourer joiner sailmaker carman labourer fitter tj pe fonndr shoemaker labourer 20! 201 29- 1 23 18* 33! 24! 32! 22 221 51 dk. brn dk. bm lt. bm black brown brown bro— n brown brown brown 71 J43320 S43321 843322 £ 43323 S43324 843325 843326 143327 343328 243329 McIlroy, Thomas Mallett, John Murphy, James Mullaney, Maurice McRoberts, David Martin, John Maddigan, Michael McDonnell, Thos. Mantle, Thomas 191: 13th Foot — 117th Foot 1645 ! 19th Foot 4422 30th Foot 37th Foot 9lBt Foot 93rd Foot 96th Foot Rl. Engineers Roy. Artillery 464 2933 163 12671 Ballyurie, Armagh Norwich Dublin Adair, Limerick Derby Lochruthon, Dumfrs. Maidstone, Kent Kilmacow, Kilkenny Limerick Dudley, Worcester ditto ditto ditto ditto fitter labourer labouror tailor joiner 18! 5 22l! 5 28 5 38* 5 33 211 36 25! 19! 22 7 6 81 10 5 6* - 8* 9 4! 9 lt. bm brown It. bra brown brown dk. brn sandy black brown brown grey grey grey brown hazel brown blue hazel grey grey _ _ grey hazel blue dark grey blue hazel grey brown grey fresh dark fair sallow fair fair fresh fresh fair fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto black ; cord regimental ditto ditto 15 May 19 May 16 May 22 May 18 May 16 May 20 May 20 May 22 May 21 May Kinsale Curragh Fleetwood Parkhurst Winchester Woolwich Derby Edinburgh Dublin JerBey molo near naval scars on neck recruit, attested tattooed left arm and wrist fresh fresh fresh freck. sallow fresh freck. dark dark fresh ditto cloth regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto grey 18 May 9 May 20 Slay 16 May 16 May 12 May 17 May 22 May 17 May 21 May 243330 843331 243332 243333 243334 243335 243336 213337 243338 243339 McLeod, Peter Morris, James Storey, William Miller, Thomas Noon, Edward Norton, Geo. H. Narney, James O'Connor, John O'Brien, John Owen, James 3249 2699 41 62 401 41602 62 180 2866 ditto ditto ditto 61stBrig. Dep. 95th Foot 103rd Foot Roy. Artillery 105th Foot ditto Roy. Artillery Glasgow Coventry, Warwick Yeovil, Somerset Kilmarnock, Ayr Swain, Galwaj Droglieda, Louth Templemore, Tpprary Leeds, York Arklow, Wickiow London mason tailor ditto labourer ditto seaman shoemaker clothdresser servant baker 23 ; 5 191 5 21 5 21* 5 191 24 22* 19! 241 22! 845340 843341 243342 843343 243344 243345 243346 843347 £ 43348 M3349 Oddy, William Perry, Richard Paster, William Patterson, William Parkinson, Robert Place, James Patterson, Robert Plunkett, Michael Quinn, William Quinn, Michael 3016 671 1261 459 589 4543 2654 545 726 570 ditto 18th Foot 53rd Foct 91st Foot Royal H. Art. Roy. Artillery ditto 66thBrig. Dep. 22nd Foot ditto Bexbourne, EESSX Weedon, Nrthmptn. Exford, Somerset Greenock, Renfrew Mary lebone, Midlsx. Blackburn, Lane. St James's, Middlsx. Dublin ditto Tuam, Galway ship's cook musician labourer ditto ditto weaver clerk cooper labourer ditto 21 25! 291 23* 201 191 21 22* 201 24 4* It bm 3 light 5* black lt. bra dk. bill lt. bm brown lt. bm sandy brown hazel hazel hazal blue blue grey blue grey grey hazel fresh fair swrtliy fresh fresb fresh fresh pale fresh fresh tweed ; moleskin regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto hospital clothing regimental 22 May 22 May 23 May 17 May 20 May 17 May 17 May 21 May 17 May 13 May Glasgow Leicester Liverpool Frt. Widley Gosport Curragh Woolwich Colchester Chatham Liverpool pockpittei ditto off furlough took part of reg. nec. mother's mark under right nipple » recruit Edinburgh Weedon Sheerncss Ayr Fleetwood Newport M. Woolwich Sheffield ditto Kilkenny pockpitted; recruit, surgically inspected took part of reg. neo. has a peculiar voice mark on left eye scar on right cheek anchor on left arm lo3t a toe escaped from prisoner's ward tattooed on left arm and hand 4* 5 11 5* 5 5* 101 61 71 6 brown It. bm dk. bm brown brown lt. bm lt. bm It. bm lt. bm brown brown grey brown brown brown hazel blue bluo grey blue fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair sallow fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 15 May 21 May 19 May 19 May 16 May 18 May 16 May 22 May 19 May 17 May Woolwich Shorncliffe Templemre. Curragh Woolwich Preston Woolwich Naas Manchester ditto sear right eyebrow, walks like a sailor oST furlough to Ninehead, Somersetshire took part of reg. nec. tattooed on right middle finger burn on right calf; broke out of barracks 1 P.' on each arm £ 43350 243351 243352! £ 43353 443354] £ 13355 £ 43356; 843357 343358 £ 43359 Quinn, Daniel Reynolds, Thomas Raper, James Russell, William Richmond, John Rogers, Alfred Rugg, Frederick Read, John Richards, Henry Ryan, John 4391 590 211 261 121.9 56 75 2186 40700 1303 Roy. Artillery 22nd Foot 25th Foot 60th Rifles 64th Foot 82nd Foot 105th Foot Royal H. Art, Roy. Artillery ditto Manchester ditto Sheffield Crookham, Dorset Liverpool Mar j lebone, Midlsx, Lpven, Yorkshire Sandgate, Kent Bristol Templemore, Tippry. collier labouror engine drivr groom 221 5 19! 5 22*; 5 21 ; 5 brassfoundr 311 5 leatherdrssr groom ditto labourer tailor 19| 5 221 22 22 361 dk. brn brown dk. brn brown lt. bm dk. bm lt. bm red brown fair dk. brn blue blue grey grey hazel grey blue grey blue ruddy fresh dark fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto plain regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 23 May 18 May 13 May 22 May 22 May 22 May 21 May 18 May 16 May 15 "" Sheffield Manchester Sheffield Winchester Portsmouth Shomcliffe Sheffield Dublin Woolwich ditto tattooed on arms, black stain on nose took waist- belt and whole of reg. ncc. off escort duty scar on each shoulder scar right arm and over left eye 243360 143361 243362 f43363 S43361 S43365 £ 43366 £ 43367 £ 43368 243369 £ 43370 £ 43371 843372 £ 43373 243374 £ 43375 S43376 243377 £ 43378 S43379 Regan, Patrick Riley, Thomas Steel, William Stewart, Robert Sims, Samuel Scurr, Edward Settle, Joseph H. Sharpe, Thomas Sello, George Smith, Joseph 2243 543 1763 605 179 146 1829. 2314 ditto [ Dublin 7th Brig. Dep.! Glasgow Ist Drag. Gds.! Liverpool 2nd Dragoons Belfast 12th Lancers ditto 14th Foot 19th Foot 53rd Foot 100th Foot Alfreton, Derby Stepney, Middlesex Manchester Leeds Bregara, Radnor Manchester carter labouror groom musician engineer musician labourer mason labourer 24J 5 21* 5 20* 5 29 [ 5. 22 5 31* 5 23* 5 191 5 24* 5 22! 15 4! 6! 71 8 81 9 7 5 61 5* Strevens, Charles Spencer, William Smith, John Smith, Thomas Sutcliffe, James Stokes, Henry Tamsott, Mark Thompson, E. Tatner, Wm. Geo Taylor, James 12173 2161 881 300 284 2143 428 731 193 Rl. Engineers Roy. Artillery ditto lOthBrig. Dep. 17tliBiig. Dep. 37thBng. Dep. Gren. GuardB 22nd Foot 45th Foot 95th Foot Brighton Glasgow , Homton, Devon Wolverhampton Rochdale, Lancashire Wraxall, Somerset Ticehurst, Kent Bromsgrove, Wore. Preston, Lancashire Longton, Stafford carpenter labourer groom labourer mason labourer ditto nailmaker tailor miner 24*. 5 23* 5 20 5 231 5 24 15 18| 5 281 5 36! 5 23- 1 5 19* 5 brown dark brown brown light light brown Vrown brown brown 7! brown 71 brown It. brn dk. bm red brown dk. bm lt. bm It. bm brown grey blue blue blue grey grey brown brown grey grey fresh dark fresh fresh fair fair fair fair fresh fresh ditto tweed dark regimental plain regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto 16 May 23 May 17 May 22 May 22 May 18 May 21 May 20 May 19 May 16 May- ditto Doncaster * Brighton Manchester ditto Aldershot Liverpool Templemre. Mullingar scar on upper lip scar left thigh, elephant on right arm recruit * between Leicester & Liverpool a bandsman D ; took part of reg. nec. scar on right arm and cheek ; off furlough scar on breast and left leg grey grey brown hazel grey grey dk. brn hazel hazel grey dark fresh fresh dark fresh fresh fair ' dark fresh ditto plain ditto regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto dilto ditto 22 May 22 May 15 May 16 May 16 May 20 May 20 May 20 May 20 May 16 May U43380 Thompson, John U43381 Townsend, Wm. £ 43382 £ 43383 843384 843385 243386 £ 43387 243388 £ 43389 Verdon, William Westmacot, Geo. Wilson, Thomas Watts, William Woodier, James Whittaker, Wm. White, John Walker, James 251 3rdBrig. Dep. 23l': 35tliBrig. Dep. 2035 Roy. Artillery 124218th Hussars 1765 12th Lancers 1882 Cold. Guards 365119th Foot 592; 22nd Foot 471! 77th Foot 223| 95th Foot Northumberland St. Peter's, Hereford Enfield, Middlesex Kilburn Unstonc, Derby Wardington, Oxford NoTthwich, Cheshire Warrington, Lane. Chiswick, Middlesex Dazenham, Norfolk pitman labourer groom butcher labourer - ditto ditto ditto 19*' 5 20! 15 19* 5 231 5 19* 5 27! 5 21 23* 19* 20 5*[ lt. brn 5! dk. brn bvown fair brown lt. bm lt. bm lt. bm lt. bra brown 7 7 7* 9! 61 llf 7* 6* blue grey blue blue hazel grey grey grey grey grey fresh fresh fair fresh dark fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto plain regimental dilto ditto ditto ditto 17 May 22 May 17 May 16 May 19 May SO May T5 May 21 May 17 May 21 May Chatham * * Bradford Bury Dublin Windsor Manchester Birr Fleetwood * Coal House Fort, Essex tattooed on arms * en route to Woolwich, scar on left shoulder scar oh left side of neck tcok part of reg. nec. scar on left temple, tattooed on arms off pass to Dublin Sunderland Ft. Tregntle Woolwich Aldershot Manchester London Chester Manchester Chatham Fleetwood off furlough to Hereford off pass took part of reg. nee. hum right hip, flat feet, scar left knee took waist- belt and part of reg. nee. • • POLICE GAZE T T E. June 7 DESERTERS FROM HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE ( continued). SSJIOS EO, NAM ® . EES-. NO. C03PS. WHEEE BOEN. TEACH. SIZE. EYES. PACE. COAT & TB0TT3EES. DATE OP DESERTN. PLACE OP DESEEIION. MASKS AND REMARKS. S43390] 1543 391 S43392' 5E43393 £ 43394 $ 43395 ' 143398 £ 43397 843398 S43399 Williams, Thomas Westwood, Joseph Webb, George Woods, John Welsh, James Williams, Robert Williams, John Whitney, John Welsh, John Young, George 1562 330 4549 41978 32597 2315 374 1716 95th Foot 105th Foot Boy. Artillery ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 16thBrig. Dep. 2nd Dragoons Dublin Cradley, Worcester Horton, Stafford Dublin Potter's Bar, Herts Llanefydd, Denbigh WstBuckland, Somst. Blackburn, Lane. Ashford, Kent compositor 21* 5 61 dk. brn collier 19 5 6! lt. bm labourer 23 5 9 lt. hrn ditto 20* 5 7 lt. brn ditto 23 5 4* It. brn ditto 23* 5^- 9* dk. brn miner 24* ff 11* dk. bm labourer 18 5 91 brown carter 20 5 7 It, bMf labourer 22 5 10 dk. bm § 43400 < § 43401 § 43402 143403 S43404 243405 £ 43108 343407 £ 43408 $ 43409 Ashby, George Ager, Alfred Barrett, John Baker, Frederick Barnes, James Brown, Isaac H. Bricker, James Bishop, Frederick Baker, Robert Hy. Broadbridge, Geo. 1335 2853 1755 431 731 2020 160 6th Drag. Gds. Roy. Artillery 12th Lancers 15th Foot 22nd Foot 40th Foot 46th Foot 3180; Roy. Artillerv 3150 ditto 2328| Hospital Crps. Olerkenwell, Middx. Queenetown, Essex York Windlesham, Berks Manchester Lambeth, Surrey Bristol Northampton Greenwich, Kent Wandsworth, Surrey hammermn. labourer spindlemkr. gardener labourer tip maker shoerivetter painter tinsmith grey hazel lt. brn grey grey blue grey grey grey hazel dark. fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh dark fresh fresh fresh regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto white slop; cord plain regimental ditto 19- f: 5 21* 5 19i- 5 18!-' 5 201 23 19 21* 19* 19* 7* brown 6! jit. brn 7! dk. brn lt. brn lt. bm brown It. brn brown dk. brn light hazel grey grey grey grey grey grey brown grey grey 16 May 21 May 17 May 14 May 18 May 21 May 27 April 11 May 22 May 18 May Fleetwood g Sheffield Preston Sheerness Woolwich ditto Bristol Dublin Ashton Brighton last joint of both little fingers bent • anchor on left arm scar right wrist and left thigh ; off leave | burn on chest; recruit recruit scar on right forefinger . and back of neck fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair ditto ditto ditto plain regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto £ 43410 Bertenshaw, T. B. £ 43411 Butler, John 5843112 Cox, George S43413 Cain, Thomas £ 43414 Cooper, George £ 43415 Chaunt, George 243416 Collerton, Thomas $ 43417 £ 43418 f43419 Carr, John Comock, Walter H, Cameron, Edward 387 1529 1271 1257 2328 51 92 4139 2684 General Serv. 16t, hBrig. Dep. 5th Lancers 7th Hussars 19tli Hussars 13 th Foot 15th Foot 19th Foot 103rd Foot Royal H. Art. St. Pancras, Middx. Cahir, Tipperary Ipswich, Suffolk Westminster Basingstoke, Hants Wallop Manchester Kells, Kilkenny Dursley, Gloucester Perth labourer shoemaker groom labourer bricklayer labourer ditto puddler clerk ditto 20 15 24J 20 23* 22* 22 21* 20* 27 19 10 7 7* 6! 6 6! 5* 8* 5 4f brown auburn brown brown brown brown brown brown brown lt. brn blue grey haiol grey grey grey blue grey grey blue SJ5 May 28 May 24 May 31 May 22 May 29 May 30 May 29 May 26 May 27 May Shorneliffe Ncw'tle- o- T Manchester Aldershot Manchester Shorncliffe Curragh Weedon New'tle- o- T Portsmouth took part of reg. nec. tattooed on arms took part of reg. neo. officer's servant took waist- belt and part of reg. nec. weak eyes tattooed right arm; off furlough to Bristol fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh freah off pass to London black; cord regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto £ 43420 543421 £ 43422 £ 43423 S43424 U43425 # 43426 843427 143428 843429 Costello, Henry Corrigan, Joseph Church, Joseph Chambers, Andrew Cregan, Thomas Cole, George Denton, Alfred Deegan, William Doran, James Davis, John 3743 351 1958 1889 215 849 105 288 424 ditto ditto Roy. Artillery ditto 35th. Brig. Dep. General Serv. 12th Lancers 12th Foot 13th Foot Roy. Artillery Westminster Belfast, Antrim Hackney, Middx. Manchester Jersey Clap'aam, Surrey Walton, Derby Dublin Ballynamore, Leitrim Leamington, Warwk. printer tailor baker horse dealer labourer * steel roller labourer ditto groom 21* 5 22* 5 25*' 5 271 5 20 : 5 18*: 5 31 5 21*!- 5 20f j 5 19s j 5 4* 6 9 10* 5 4* brown black dk. brn brown dk. brn brown brown It. brn brown dk. brn grey liazel dk. brn grey grey hazel hazel blue blue lt. hrn fresh swarth dark pale fresh fair fresh fair fair fresh ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto black ; tweed regimental ditto ditto ditto £ 43430 £ 43431 £ 43432 H43433 S43434 843135 843436 843437 243438 343439 Elliott, Alfred Flaherty, John Fryett, Robert Fleming, John Fisher, Henry Gilbert, Y7illiam Gosling, George Gorman, Thomas Howard, Albert Hayday, Henry 12966 Rl. Engineers 25th Foot 34th Foot 105th Foot Roy. Artillery 3rd Foot 19th Foot Roy. Artillery Cold. Guards 2nd Foot 539 2151 109 40846 1713 536 41698 2396 289 Broadstairs, Kent Tralee, Kerry Botsdall, Suffolk Sligo Hammersmith, Midx. Newark, Notts Liverpool Woodford, Essex Halesworth, Suffolk Whitechapel, Middx. 26 May fe9 May 25 May 29 May 30 May 29 May 24 May 28 May 30 May 19 May 23 May 16 May 22 May 8 May 24 May 23 May 28 May 29 May 30 May 20 May London Aehton Colchester Norwich HounBlow Glasgow Aldershot Chester Newport, M Dublin Christcljrch Birminghm Woolwich Halifax* TregantleF. London Manchester Kir. sale Glasgow Aldershot recruit mole right shoulder, cuppirg nape of neck sear on right eyebrow and right eye cross on right arm, black mark left arm scar right groin scar on nose anchor on right arm recruit tattooed on right arm two scars centre of lumbar region * Nova Scotia # pianoforte maker clerk labourer farrier labourer labourer baker collier labour ® ? bricklayer labourer 24* ,5 19*; 5 21* 21* 20 25 19 20 23 18* 6* 5 5* 4* 10* 6* 7* 10 7 browix dk. brn dk. brn brown brown dk. bm dk. bm brown lt. bm brown hazel hazel hazel grey blue brown hazel grey grey grey dark fresh dark freBh fresh fresh dark fresh fresh fresh ditto dittc ditto regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto £ 43140 S43441 43412 £ 43443 243414 843445 £ 43446 S43447 £ 43448 243449 Hall, Charles Hum, William Hughes, Joseph Hartley, John Hughes, John Hargreaves, John Hogan, James Jones, Thomas Jones, David Johnson, William 514 246 891 253 55 3267 2041 2247 2947 19th Foot 60th Rifles 91st Foot 105th Foot 109th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto Scots Fusiliers Royal H. Art. Roy. Artillery f43450 843451 S43452 843453 843454 £ 43455 543456 543457 543458 543459 Kelley, James Lavery, John Lee, James Logan, George Louth, William Lewiss, William Lock, Henry Love, William Langfard, John Morris, Charles 1191 1157 1558 339 913 952 130 1614 7th Hussars 10th Foot 40th Foot 96th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto 29thBrig. Dep 48thBrig. Dep. 7th Drag. Gds. ditto Chard, Somerset Wrexham, Denbigh Howarth, Yorks Ballybay, Monaghan Burnley, Lancashire Dublin Much Wenlock, Salop Llanrwst, Denbigh South Shields, Drhm. groom blacksmith book binder delver labourer ditto labourer groom Bhoeing smh 20! 5 21!-; 5 28 | S 21} 19* 24* 21! 26 23! 24* 6* black 4f 10* 5 8 It. bm dk. brn 5*; black dk. brn black brown dk. brn brown light brown blue brown hazel grey hazel hazel hazel grey grey pale fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto plain Durham Delcone, Wicklow Hounslow, Middx. Hyde, Lancashire Laogtoft, Lincoln Newport, Monmouth Hackney, Middx. Liverpool Byfleet, Surrey Bath, Somerset fitter labourer plasterer groom labourer seaman valet groom cowman labourer 22* 30* 23* 19* 33! 19* 24 21 19 181 auburn lt. brn brown black brown dk. brn auburn brown dk. brn lt. bm grey hazel hazel brown blue grey brown grey fresh fair fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fair regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto pilot jacket regimental tweed pilot; dark regimental 25 May 25 May 23 May 27 May j22 May 21 April [ 31 May 22 May 27 May 26 May 31 May 28 May 25 May 28 May 25 May 25 May 26 May [ 28 May 22 May 26 May 24 May 27 May 29 May 22 May 16 May 25 May 24 May 13 May 26 May 26 May Chatham ( Buttevant Kilkenny Sheffield Woolwich Calcutta Chester Woolwich London Dublin off leave j took part of reg. nec. " - mark on left arm [ tattooed on arms, wrists, and h& ek of hands supposed gone to America 6car on chin and back took part of reg. nec. Chester Chatham Curragh Sheffield Mullingar Weedou Leith London Coventry New'tle- o- T Norwich Colchester | Shorncliffe Colchester Woolwich London Aldershot # Guildford Cahir trace of anchor right arm, mole left cheek | burn right arm sear cn forehead and over left evehrow took the whole of reg. nec. broke out of barracks [ cut on right thumb scar oil bridge of nose mole on right shoulder blade; recruit 443460 843461 243462 $ 43463 243464 843465 343168 843 467 $ 43! 68j S43469" Meaney, John McConnell, George Mason, William Murphy, James Medley, Richard Miller, James Moore, John McGowan, Robert Newbury, Henry Newland, A. 1533 1017 3249 508 286 41842 1919 604 2264 12th Lancers ditto Cold. Guards 19th Foot 105th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto General Serv. Roy. Artillery ditto Ballinabrana, Carlow Montrose, Forfar Darlington, Durham Cavau Halifax, York Bermondsey, Surrey Yictoria, Australia Paisley, Renfrew Holloway, Middlesex Hertford gr ) om tailor labourer ditto ditto carman 1 jockey sailor labourer ditto 24*| 5 25! 21! 20 19! 26! 25f 18* 23 24 7* 9 8! 10* 6* 8 5 6 4* 4! brown dk. bm dark dk. bra sandy dk. bm dk. brn brown dk. brn lt. brn grey hazel. blue brown hazel hazel hazel hazel blue grey fresh ' fair dark fresh fresh fair fair fair fresh sallow ditto ditto ditto ditto regimental tweed; cord blue regimental 22 May 27 May 27 May 27 May 27 May 26 May 28 May 26 May 27 May 25 Mav Liverpool Manchester London Chester Sheffield [ Woolwich Hilsea London Chichester Woolwich marks on back of right hand scar on chin flat- footed stooping gait recruit, not surgically inspected scar on left tibia recruit * en route to Gosport recruit, surgically inspected two moles on right arm scar corner of left eye took the whole of reg. nec. [ moles on both sides scar on right arm reeruit S43470 843471 843472 243473 143474 £ 43475 £ 43176 £ 43477 643178 843479 New, Noah O'Niell, Andrew Overson, Leonard O'Neil, James Oddey, Samuel Pugh, David Purr, William Parker, Frederick Pudsey, Charles Paine, George ISO 40thBrig. Dep. 1532 25th Foot 1654' 53rd Foot 54160th Rifles Roy. Artillery 19th Foot 58th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto Army Service 3136 466 455 606 3355 1163 Swindon, Wilts Roscarrbury Norfolk Athlone, Westmeath Chelmsford, Essex Newtown, Montgmry Haverhill, Suffolk Birmingham Chelmsford, Essex Southwark, Surrev hammermn labourer ditto sailor groom labourer groom labourer ostler labourer 19* [ 5 32* i 5 29* 15 19* j 5 20 [ 5 18* 5 42 5 23* 5 23 5 23 5 6! I It. bm 8! dk. bm brown black dk. brn lt. bra brown It. brn brown brown hazel grey grey hazol hazel blue hazel blue blue brown fair fresh fresh sallow fair sallow fresh fair fresh fresh ditto plain regimental ditto tweed ; cord regimental ditto ditto ditto black ; grey J?, 43480 848481 843482 I434S3 843484 £ 43485 K48486 443487 843488 343489 143490 843191 24.3492 843493 $ 43494 £ 43495 £ 43496 £ 43497 ? 43498 S13499 Rayfield, James G, Roach, Michael Ruddy, Peter Robson, James Reeves, Edwin J. Rafter, Michael Read, John Rose, Henry Riordan, James Richardson, Alex. 1015 283 58 1292 451 1173 2488 42369 2038 6tli Drag. Gd3. 2nd Foot 3rd Foot ditto 19th Foot 86th Foot Royal H. Art. Roy. Artillery ditto General Serv. East Malting, Kent Limerick Agra, Bengal Lewes, Sussex Siiorediteh, Middlesx Kilkenny Sandgate, Kent Southwark, Surrey Tralee, Kerry Plumstead, Kent Smith, Thomas Scott, Thomas Sutton, William Smith, William Stewart, Charles Shaw, Enoch Skelly, James Stansfield, Arthur Smith, Thomas Spencer, Peter 486 2008 39104 4776 4430 13th HussarB 17tli Lancers 3rd Foot 19th Foot 58th Foot [ 64th Foot 105th Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto London Leith, Midlothian Sandwich, Kent Lancaster Cardiff, Glamorgan Birmingham Wolverhampton Ovendea, York Belfast Preston, Lancashire groom IS* 5 8$ brown grey fresh regimental labourer 20 5 7* brown grey fair ditto tailor 27 5 7! black hazel dark ditto labourer 29 5 10* brown grey florid ditto printer 18! 5 5 brown grey fresh ditto shoemaker 36! 5 7 brown grey swarth ditto groom labourer 22 5 4* red blue fresh ditto 22 5 7* brown grey blue fresh ditto ditto 23* 5 8! auburn fresh ditto ditto 20* 5 6* dk. bm hazel freBh plain groom 21 5 7! sandy biue fresh tweed shoemaker 22 5 8* black hazel sallow plain labourer 20 5 7* brown brown fresh regimental ditto 19* 5 5 brown grey fresh ditto weaver 28* 5 8 brown grey sallow ditto brassf'oundr 20 5 5* brown grey fresh pilot; tweed labourer 19* 5 7 lt. brn grey fair moleskin; cord engine fitter 20| 5 4* brown grey fair regimental bootmaker 24* 5 7* brown blue pale ditto carter 19! 5 4* lt. bra grey fresh ditto [ 29 May 29 May ( 24 May 28 May 28 May 131 May ' 27 May 25 May 25 May 23 May 23 May 26 May 24 April 24 April 29 May 24 Mav 13 May 26 May 26 May 22 Mav Gosport Buttevant Templemre. Chatham Hilsea Chester Gosport Chichester [ Sheffield Woolwich Shornclifl'e Dublin Calcutta ditto Chester Fermoy Dublin Woolwich Wee ion London took part of reg. nee. opening in prepuce from injury took part of reg. nec. scar oa right arm ; stole £ 20 peculiar cast in one eye, flat footed took part of reg. nec. ditto off pass to London blue ring mark left wrist, pockpitted scar right breast 343500 B43501 2S43502 243503 £ 43501 S4.3505 £- 13508 84.3507 K43508 343509 Schofield, Wm. Smith, Edward Sullivan, Patrick Telfard, Thomas Taylor, John Tabor, George Thorne, Thomas Twaddle, Anthony Voss, William Williams, William 2924 1623 1425 1352 1084, 51 1301 1622 ditto ditto General Serv. 7th Drag. Gds. 4th Hussars 21st Hussars 105tli Foot 3rd Brig. Dep. 12th Lancera 9th Lancers Wliitecliapel, Mddlsx Northampton Mallow, Cork Roxburgh Birmingham Leicester Drossfoid, Hants Spennymoor, Durhm Islington, Middlesex Kelvedon, Essex labourer grcom labourer baker clerk bootfinisher labourer miner ironmonger servant 543510 543511 543512 143513 543514 543515 243516 243517 £ 43518 $ 43519 Ward, William Wands, Robert White, James Wellman, George Walker, George Wright, Thomas Webb, George White, Stephen Wiseman, Henry White, Thomas 1345 437 2117 22 469 2835 4549 2187 12456 145. 11th Foot 13th Foot 15th Foot 75th Foot 91st Foot Roy. Artillery ditto ditto Rl. Engineers 40thBrig. Dep. London Bothwell, Hamilton Rotlierhithe, Surrey Win terbourne, Dorset Woodstock, Oxford Horton, Stafford Bishopstone, Sussex Wormley, Herts Ryde, Hants clerk tailor labourer ditto corkcutter sailor labourer photogrphr. groom shosingsmh 19*; 5 6* 1 brown blue fair 21* 5 6 lt. bm grey fresh 18 5 61 dk. brn blue sallow 20* 5 8! brown hazel fair 20f 5 6 It. brn hazel sallow 181 5 6* dk. brn hazel fresh 35 5 • 10 dk. brn brown fresh 21 » 5 5* dk. brn brown dark m 5 7* dk. brn hazel fresh 23* 5 7 brown grey fresh 43* 5 5* brown grey fresh 23 5 7 brown grey fresh 23 5 6* brown hazel fresh 20* 5 6 lt. brn grey fair 21 5 .7 dk. brn grey fresh 22* 5 7 lt. brn grey fresh 23 5 9 It. brn It. bm fresh 24* 5 10 brown grey fair 23 5 3! brown hazel freah 24 5 6* brown grey fresh 26 May 26 May SO May [ 31 May 22 May 23 May 28* May 32 May 19 May 24 May Manchester Dublin Limerick Chester Gosport Portsmouth Sheffield Woolwich Dublin Preston [ slightly round- shouldered bracelet left wrist; recruit, attested tweect; dark plain smock; cloth regimental plain regimental kersey ; tweed regimental ditto ditto [ 25 May 25 Mar. 16 May 21 May 19 M4y 25 May 29 May 24 May 24 May 23 Mav ditto ditto hospital elothing regimental ditto ditto ditto ditto brown; grey regimental 25 May 25 May 25 May 24 May 20 May 25 May 17 May 5 May May 29 May LondoiJ Halifax* London ! Cahir Canterbury Aldershot Tynemouth Sunderland Manchester Canterbury Devonport Glasgow Aldershot Newry Curragh Woolwich [ Preston Halifax* Aldershot Gosport star between right thumb and marks left middle finger ; recruit tattooed both arms, sea/ left thigh officer's servant mole on right shoulder; recruit, attested ' A.' on left hand I off leave off pass to'Bolton recruit ditto * Nova Scotia escaped whilst a prisoner in hospital scar oa left shoulder blue spot on left arm tattoced on right wrist scar on right knee off furlough to Dorchester off pass to Glasgow scar on left side and right wrist # Nova Scctia took part of reg. nee. June 7. POLICE GAZETTE. 7 DESERTERS FROM THE MILITIA. OPPICE HO, NAME. KEG. NO. COEPS. WHEBE BOBN. TBADE. § SIZB. < HAIB. BTE8. EACH. COAX k TEOUSBES. DATB DESEBTN. LACE OP DESEBTION. 1285X51 Thomas Green 128516 J. Rutlidge 128517 128518 128519 William Bird Thomas Bowley James Moore 128520! Alfred Hart i2852l! W. J. Holmes 1285221 J. Horrigan 128523 George Bale 128524| George Turner 6799 6805 6807 6812 6817 6821 6821 6826 6828 6831 London* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Southwark, Surrey 91. Luke's, Middlesx. ditto Poplar Dorset Chelmsford, Essex Dartmoor, Dovon Dockhead, Surrey Shoreditch, Middlesx Newington, Surrey labourer bootcloser carman labourer ditto 24 21 24 21 126 costermngr. 124 labourer ditto ditto engine clnor 8i light 5 i light "" light 5a 61 9 5 61 6 61 light brown brown brown brown brown 4ifbrown blue grey grey grey grey grey hazel ha; iel hazel fair fair fair fair fair fair dark fresh fair fresh MARKS AND REMARKS. 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April 5 April EinBbury ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from trainin a 128525 128526 128527 128528 128529 128530 128531 128532 128533 128534 John Williams Thomas Walter James Carter Daniel Corbett George Lockhard Charles Jones James Dawson John Riley William Johns John Williams 6832 6833 6835 6839 6810 6841 6812 6817 .6849. 6871 ditto ditto ditto d'tto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Spitalfields, Middlsx. Kennington Clerkenwell Holborn Whitechapel ditto Hull, York St. Andrew's, Mddlsx St. Pancras Lambeth, Surrey labourer costermngr. labourer ditto costermngr. ditto clerk labourer painter boot binder 61 41 brown light light light light brown brown light light lt. brn grey hazel grey gfey grey grey grey grey grey grey fresh fair fair fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fair L- esh ' T. W. C.' on left arm anchor on left arm scar both groins flag back of left hand scar left eyebrow brown mark right side scar on forehead scar left eyebrow April April April April April April April April April April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar on left thigh scar back on left shoulder scar bridge of nose scar right cheek aud nose scar left eyebrow fire dots on left arm scar right side of upper lip scar left cheek scar back of right hand scar over left inee 128535 228536 128537 128g38 128539 128540 128541 128542 128543 128544 George Perrin CorneliusMahoney James Spence George Wright John Hall Thomas Moss George Donovan Thomas Ford Charles Bryant Thomas Homer 6780 6814 6580 6763 6918 6819 6886 6884 6867 6325 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Haggerstone, Mddlsx Cork St. Luke's, Middlesx. LongMelford, Suffolk Shoreditch, Middlesx Camberwell, Surrey Spitalfields, Middlsx. St. Luke's St. Leonard's Spitalfields bricklayer costermngr. hammermn. mat maker shoemaker labouror ditto ditto ditto ditto 41 brown brown brown brown brown brown lt. brn brown brown black brown hazel grey grey hazel hazel grey hazel grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh dark 5 April 17 April 19 April 19 April 20 April 19 April 14 April 16 April 14 April 13 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar above right knee scar upper part of sternum scar left elbow tear upper lip pockpitted scar right forefinger scar near left hip scar back of both hands 128545 128546 128547 12S548 128549 128550 128551 128552 128553 128554 Cornelius Mahoney Charles Gardner William Rogers John Hart John Barry John Sullivan George Wylde Henry Cleary Frederick Sales Thomas Stevens 6814 6712 6569 6623 6796 6923 6784 6829 6939 ditte ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto . ditto ditto Cork Walworth, Surrey Warwick St. George's, Mddlsx Bermondsey, Suirey St. James's, Middlsx. ditto Tipperary Spitalfields, Middlesx St. Luke's costermngr. ditto labourer ditto ditto ditto packer pavior porter bootmaker 28 5 8 i brown 4f dk. brn 9 light 6 brown 71 brown 811 brown 81 brown brown brown 4i brown hazel hazol grey grey hazel hazel grey grey brown grey fresh fresh fair fresh. fresh fresh dark dark fresh fresh 17 April 17 April 14 April 9 April 6 April 12 April 22 April 24 April 23 April 24 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar on right buttock tattooed on arms scar over right patella scar right of nose and upper lip lost a front tooth scar above right eyebrow scar cn nose and over left eyebrow scar right eyebrow ' M. S.' right arm • ji28556 128557 128558 128559 128560 128561 128562 128563 128564 128565" 128566 128567 128568: 128569 128570 128571 128572 128573 128574 Thomas Noble Daniel Connor George Neville John Leech John Allan John Frost John Sullivan Charles Green William Boyle George Wilson 6859 6935 6887 6782 6940 6808 6890 6936 6953 6864 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Hunsletfc, York St. Luke's, Middlesx. St. James's Bermondsey, Surrey Holborn, Middlesex Clapthorpe, Lincoln Westminster, Mddlsx Kilkenny Chatham, Kent St. Luke's, Middlesx. labourer shoemaker labourer ditto ditto ditto costermsgr. shoeing smh groom shoefinisher black dk. brn brown dk. brn lt. brn lt. bm brown brown dk. brn dk. brn hazel grey grey hazel grey grey grey hazel grey hazel fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh dark 24 Aprii 27 April 27 April 27 April 3 May 1 May 27 April 5 May 3 May 3 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto David McArthur John Jones Maurice Bryant John Meloney William Cbard John M. Lloyd Henry Hart William Maney W. J. Mullens James Manie 6928 6955 6298 6676 6963 6956 6521 6609 6970 6587 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto diito ditto ditto ditto Leith SHoreditch, Middlesx Spitalfields Surrey St. Ann's, Middlesex Oldham, Lancashire Hackney, Middlesex Mile End, Middlesex Lancashire Bethnal Gn., Middlsx bracelet right wrist scar right patella sear nape of neck scar right of nose anchor and ' P. G. G.' right arm pockpitted scars on forehead scar on both groins scar on sternum pockpitted draper musician labourer costermngr. butcher painter weaver hawker shoemaker ditto 41 brown 71 light 6 ; brown 61 lt. brn 7i brown 6ii brown dk. brn brown brown dk. brn hazel grey grey grey grey grey hazel grey grey dark fresh fair fresh fresh fair fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 27 April 3 May 3 May 14 May 7 May 7 May 9 May 15 May 10 May 8 May ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar left eye scar right arm scar on both groins anchor back of left hand scar right side of neck scar left side of neck scar over left eyebrow 128575 128576 128577 128578 128579 128580 128581 128582 128583 128584 William Costelloe Philip O'Brien Patrick Collins William Moore Thos; McCormack Patrick Sloney Patrick Donohoe John Kelly James Donnelly Patrick Kavanagh 3814 3825 3838 3830 3847 3906 3832 3848 3856 3908 Cavan* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Ki'ieshandra, Cavan Armagh King's Court Ballyconnell Fermanagh Armagh Bawn Drumgoon Castleralian Annagillif butcher labourer ditto carpenter labourer ditto mason tinsmith scutcher tailor brown brown brown fair brown brown brown sandy brown brown bluo grey grey grey grey hazol grey grey grey brown fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fresh 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April Cavan ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from training 128585 128586 128587 H28588 j' 28589 ' 128590, 128591; 123592; 128593 128594 Thomas Costelloe James McCahill • John Murphy John O'Connell Joseph Dunne Edwarl Neill Patrick Brown Michael Elvert Patrick Kelly John Williams 3834 ditto 39291 ditto 38511 ditto 3839] ditto 3328 Queen's Co.* 3225 3312 3338 3291 3303 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Arva Killeshandra ditto Belturbet Mcuntrath, Queen's Maryborough Rathdowney ditto jClonbeg, Tipperary Bovrismossory labourer ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto carpenter labourer 6 4 5 4 4 41 41 101 6 5 brown black brown brown dk. bm dk. bri) dk. brn dk. brn dk. brn dk. brri grey grey brown grey blue grey hazel blue hazel brown fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh scar over left eye 9 April 9 April 9 April 9 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April ditto ditto ditto ditto Maryboro' ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto * absent from training- 128595 128596 128597 • 123598 128599 128600 128601 128602 128603 128604 Thomas Leonard James McCan Andrew Killroy Thomas Murphy John Davis John Ryan Michael Kelly John Ryan John Dogherty Edward Carroll 3347 3344 3370 3360 3343 3355 3369 3318 3341 3363 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Rathdowney Mountmellick Abbeyleix Castledurrow Portarlington Mountrath Ardless Rt thdowney ditto Borrismossory ditto ditto ditto ditto horsetrainer stone cutter wocl sorter labourer ditto shoemaxei 19 18 18 19 21 26 291 26 22 26 5 61 51 6 51 5 91 5 101 5 61 5 71- 5 6 dk. brn dk. brn dk. brn dk. bm sandy dk. bm dk. bm lt. bm dk. brn black brown hazel blue bluo blue hazel blue hazel brown hazel fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 128605: Patrick Whelan 1286061 Michael Ryan 123607 Wm. Reynolds 128608 Patrick Glennon 128609; John Joice 1286101 John Duff 128611; John Martin 128612 Thomas Buggy 128613 Thomas Allen 128614 James Archer 3310 3319 3315 3308 3305 3317 3339 3316 732 715 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Londonderry* ditto Rathdowney Clonenagh Ballyb alias Mountrath Portarlington Ballinaki 1 Portarlington Maryborough Moneymore, Derry Ballinack, Cavan labourer ditto shoemaker baker labourer ditto ditto tailor ditto labourer 16 21 23 18 21 20 24 191 22 27 4 lit. brn 41! dk. bm 7t [ Bandy 71 brown dk. brn dk, brn dk. brn sandy brown brown 6 3i 41 71 grey hazel grey hazel hazel grey blue grey grey fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh fresh swarth 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Londndrry. ditto * absent from training 128615 12S616 128617 128618 128619 128620 12S621 128622 128623 128624 128625 128626 128627 128628! 128629 123630 128631 128632 128633 128634 James Barclay Patrick Bogan Charles Brown John Brown James Burns Patrick Carlin John Curren John Day James Doherty James Donnelly 657 731 710 661 739 658 682 717 638 653 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Stewartst own, Tyrone Templcmoro, Derry ditto Monaglfan Templemore, Derry Strabane, Tyrone Tomplemore, Derry Derry Ballyacton Maglierafelt shoomaker ditto labourer ironmouldr tailcr ditto labourer ditto ditto ditto 7 4 41 6 61 8 9 8 71 4 fair dk. bm dk. bm brown lt. brn brown It. bm brown lt. brn fair blue hazel blue blue grey grey grey* grey grey dk. brn fair sallow fresh sallow fair fresh fresh fresh fair fresh 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto pockpitted James Gallagher John Gillian Cristopher Grady James Hart Francia Holmes John Johnston William Kane James Little Edward McAlister James McAlister 730 780 792 687 629 733 778 744 779 740 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Kilmacreenan, Dnegl. Glasgow Londonderry Strabane, Tyrone Tamlaght, Derry Templemore ditto Cookstown, Tyrone Ballinamore, Antrim Coleraine, Derry ditto ditto ditto moulder labourer tailor cabinet mkr tailor flax dresser labourer brown fair dk. brn dk. brn brown brown brown brown brown dk. brn brown grey grey brown blue grey grey grey grey grey fresh fresh fresh sallow fresh fresh fresh fair fresh fair 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 A. pril 12 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 128635 128636 128637 128638 128639 128640 128341 128642 128643 128644 Joseph McCluskey John McConnell James McCormick Robert McCormick Wm. McCullough James McGarvey Edward McGreevy Charles McKinley John McLaughlin Patrick Melton 767 747 700 716 688 692 695 660 693 790 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Tomplemore dilto Colera, ino Derry Magherafelt Carrickhugh Templemore Drumachose Templemore Craggan blacksmith labourer ditto ditto car driver labourer tailor weaver tailor labourer 31 7 5 41 61 5 4 5 brown brown brown brown dk. brn brown dk. brn black dk. brn brown grey grey grey grey grey brown grey brown grey brown fresh fresh fresh fresh fair fresh sallow fresh sallow fresh 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto scar on forehead 8 POLICE GAZETTE. June 7 DESERTERS FROM THE MILITIA—( continued). SWICE au. NAME, BEG. NO. COBPS. WHEBE BOBN. TEADE. SIZE. HAIB. EXES. EACF. COAT & TBOUSEBS. BATE OP DESEBTN. PLACE OE DESEETION. MAKES AND REMARKS. 123645 12364- 6 128647 128648 128619 128650 128651 12S652 128653 128654 Archibald Patten David Rodgers Roger Scullian David Selfridge Wm. J. Stewart Robert Storey James Wills William Wilson William Wright Wm. Bendelow 737 718 786 731 656 651 722 663 736 1735 Londonderry* ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Yorkflhi/ cArt. Derry Coleraine Magherafelt Templemore Bellaghy Ooagh, Tyrone Templemore, Derry Derry ditto Kilburn, York cooper labourer ditto tailor labourer ditto ditto ditto coach paintr labourer 5 6 5 3 5 61- 5 10| 5 51 5 9 brown dk. brn lt. brn dk. brn brown lt. brn dk. brn fair browai lt. brn grey hazel grey hazel grey grey blue bluo grey hazel fresh freBh fresh fresh fair fair fresh fresh fresh freBh 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April L2 April 12 April Londondry. ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Scarbsro' * rbsent from trainiDg scar on right cheek 128655 : 28656 128657 128658 .128659 128660 128661 128662 128363 128664 Thomas Fitzgerald Samuel Lee Cornelius Devine John W. Smith Francis Gaines Robert Johnson Thomas Smith Georgo Walker Robert Hope George McMann 1716 1465 1498 1790 1749 1672 1773 978 1397 6275 ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto 2nd Lanark Hull Itteringham, Norfolk Hull, York ditto Pickering Hull Maidstone, Kent Hull, York York Middlesex seaman labourer ditto fisherman bricklayer planer labourer ditto joiner labourer 28 25 221 19 29 21 231 31 31 23 dk. brn It, brn brown brown lt. brn lt. brn brown brown brown lt. brn brown hazel blue hazel hazel blue grey hazel hazel grey dark . fair fair fresh fresh fair fair fresh sallow fresh regimental 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 12 April 28 April ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Lanark took part of reg. nec. ADMIRALTY. Description of Deserters and Stragglers from Her Majesty's Sea Service. AKiiough £ 3 reward ia offered for the apprehension of Deserters at the time, £ 2 only ia payable at the expiration of 8 months, and £ 1 only at the expiration of 6 monthi from the date of desertion and after the expiration of a complete year, no reward will be paid, except under special circumstances. ' No reward will be given in these cases if apprehended within the precincts of a port where a regular Polioe is organized, but all reasonable expenses will be paid, NAME. SHIP DSSEBTED PEOM. DATB. BATIKS. SIZB. WHBBB BOBJT. HAIB. BTEg. MARKS AND REMARKS. John Head W. G. Fellingham William Worrell Godfrey Edmunds John Bools Alfred Osborne Hy. Hunt William Anderson Hy. Smith John Coffee David Paton Daniel Lambert William Peaty Samuel H. Williams Thomas Pengelly Edward Nowlan John Ward William Hill Ernest Perkis James Haggerty Thomas Chambers John Butler Thomas Dimmock George Foster John Collins James Shales Thomas Hawkins William Allan Jamei Carter Joseph Richards Robert Morrish Frederick Tucker James Langhorne Thomas Martin Chas. Henry Riddle William Warren Thomas Symons William White George Vince Alfred J. Potter Fox, deserter Vanguard, straggler ditto D. of Wellington, deserter ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Swiftsure, straggler ditto ditto Vanguard, straggler ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto ditto Cambridge, straggler Cambridge, deserter Achilles, deserter Swiftsure, straggler ditto Vanguard, straggler ditto Malabar, straggler Aboukir, deserter Achilles, deserter Vanguard, straggler ditto ditto ditto ditto 22 May 4 June 3 Juno ! 4 May 30 May 3 June June June June June June June June June 4 June 4 June 4 June 4 June 4 Juno 4 Juno 4 June 4 June 4 Juno 4 June 4 June 31 May 19 May 31 May 31 May 31 May 31 May 31 May 27 May 17 Feb. 30 May 28 May 28 May 28 May 28 May ordinary, 2nd class private, R. Marines ordinary ditto ditto A. B. ditto ditto ordinary A. B. ditto boy, lst class ordinary, 2nd class ditto ordinary ditto A. B. ordinary ditto A. B. private, R. Marines gunner, R. M. A. private, R. Marines ditto gunner boy, lst class writer, 3rd class ordinary stoker, 2nd class private, R. Marines ordinary leading seaman stoker, 2nd class ordinary ditto ditto ditto stoker, 2nd class ordinary ditto 19 5 51 5 6 4 3 4 1 2 6 1 5 7 5 6 5 51 61 5 61 7 81 5 6 4 9 5 7 6 5 7 51 5 5 6 5 7 7 5 Headington, Wilts Portsmouth, Hants Newark, Notts Jersey Lambeth, Surrey Sligo Stoke, Hants Woolwich Forfar Templemore, Tipp? rary Bath, Somerset Plymstock Teignmouth, Devon Manchester Cork Wilton, Wilts Ryde Ccrk Birmingham Bideford, Devon Bermondsey, Surrey Hitchin, Herts Louth, Lincoln Bps. Nympton, Devon Queenborough, Kent Aberdeen Camborne, Cornwall Ottery St. Mary, Devon Kenton Sidnuuth London Acol, Kent Cork London Yatton, Hereford Starcross, Devon Lee, Kent Newton, Devon light brown brown It. brn brown dk. brn brown light dark light brown brown light brown red lt. brn brown brown dk. brn brown brown brown brown dk. brn brown dk. brn lt. brn lt. brn lt. brn auburn light brown dark brown brown It. brn lt. brn brown brown grey grey grey brown hazel blue brown hazel brown grey blue blue blue blue hazel brown lt. brn brown hazel hazel blue grey brown grey hazel grey grey prey grey blue hazel dark brown brown blue blue blue fair fair fresh fresh fresh fair fair pale dark fair fair fair fair fresh ruddy fresh fair fresh sallow fair fair fresh fresh dark dark fresh fair fresh fair ruddy fair fresh swarth fresh sallow sallow ff ir fair served in Royal Adelaide £ 3 reward £ 1 reward sorved in Swiftsure ditto ditto served in Vigilant sorved in Swiftsure ditto ditto tattooed on left wrist and back of hand £ 1 rewar 1 served in Impregnable £ 3 reward £ 2 reward tattooed on arms; served in Jtoscavien and Excellent eerved in Indus served in Asia and Euphrates terved in Spartan £ 2 reward Description of Men Discharged from Her Majesty's Sea Service. NAME. SHIP DISCHABGtED PBOK. DATB. BATIN3. w o t SIZE. WHEEB BOBN. HAIP. EYES. PACE. MARKS AND REMARKS. William Williams Will A. Simpson Charles Smith Robert Churchill Benjamin Angwin Samuel Payne William Harrison James Sale Charles Horsman Abraham Perry Spartan St. Vincent Asia Audacious Duke of Wellington ditto Narcissus ditto Flying Fish Duke of Wellington 5 Feb. 31 May 6 May 18 Mar. 12 May 12 May 8 April 15 Mar. 10 Mar. 25 Mar. ordinary boy, 2nd clasi stoker ordinary, 2nd class stoker A. B. ordinary ordinary, End class boy, lst class ordinary 251 25 22 27 23 23 20 18 23 5 71 5 3i 5 5 5 8 5 6 5 5 5 5 5 6 5 1 5 6 Gosport, Hants- Berwick- on- Tweed London Fennor, Tipperary Mousel, Cornwall Wolverhampton Farnham, Surrey Deptford, Kent Manchester Culmstock, Devon black brown dark brown brown light brown brown brown lt. brn hazel hazel blue hazel blue blue blue hazel blue hazel dark fresh dark sallow fair fair fair fair fair served in Excellent, Pearl, and Duke of Wellington discharged as objectionable discharged as objectionable served in Topaze, mbernia, and Pembroke ' B.' on left hand; served in Indus, Nassau, Tamar, and Avon served in Ganges, Royal Adelaide, Seringapatam, and Racoon served in Minotaur and Revenge discharged with disgrace; served in SC. Vincent and Implacable blue mark on each hand; served in Doscemeu ani Excellent served in Imstortaliti ROYAL MARINES. Description of Men Discharged as Objectionable, § ~ c. NAME. DIVISION. WCiKE BOBSf. TBADB. S BIZ*. HAIB. EYES. PACE. COAT & TBOUSEBS DATE OE DISCH3&. PLACE 07 DISCHABOE. MARKS AND REMARKS. A. J. McNaughton John Clarke James Smith Joshua Haley Amos Burgess Richard Dolan William Thompson James Woodhouse Benjamin Bond James McCall Depot ditto ditto R. MarineArt. Depfit R. MarineArt. Dep6t ditto R. Marine Alt. ditto Renfrew Uppingham, Rutland Westminster, Midlx. Heckmondwdke, York Marshfield, Glouc. Brindle, Lancashire Islington, Middlesex Hillington, Norfolk Tiverton, Devcn Ayr boilermaker labourer seaman weaver labourer soap boiler shoemaker painter labourer aii 21 3 2Si 29 i 211 22 201 181 231 214 5 101 5 6 5 9 5 94 5 51 5 81 5 9 5 51 5 91 5 8 brown auburn brown brown brown brown brown lt. brn brown dk. bm brown brown brown grey dk. brn brown brown brown grey; grev fresh fair dark fresh dk. brn fresh fresh fait fresh dark uniform 3 June 29 May 29 May 26 May 20 May 13 May 14 May 14 May 10 May 7 May Canterbury Walmer Maidstone Lewes Millbank Winchester Sandwich ditto Portsmouth Lewes discharged with ignominy discolouration of skin below fror. t of left shoulder tattoced on arms and wrists; discharged as objectionable discharged with ignominy discharged as a worthless character discharged as objectionable discharged as worthless ditto ' Alice ' right arm ; discharged as objection able discharged with ignominy Description of Deserters. NAME. DIVISION. WHEBE BOBN. TBADB. B a SIZE. HAIB. EYES. PACB. COAT & TBOUSEBS DATE OP DESEBTN. PLACE OP DESEBTION. MARKS AND REMARKS. Patrick Conner D. McIntyre James Bennett John Rees James Smith Henry A. Carter Robert Kiddey James Racey James M. Hull William M. King Portsmouth ' ditto Hunslet, York Glasgow London Brynamman, Crmthn Forfar New York Rotherhithe, Surrey Bristol Bp. Auckland, Drlim St. Pancras, Midlsx. moulder printer seaman puddler labourer sailor sawyer labourer groom hammermn 20 21 23i 19f 19J 21 23 191 19 20 5 61 dk, brn 5 6! black 5 6|' sandy 5 5i dark 5 5- 1 lt. brn 5 6 lit. bm 5 11 | brown 5 5| brown 5 6| brown 5 51 brown grey brown grey sallow fresh fresh blaek ; brown undress uniform ditto dark j fustian white; tweed black; light uniform ditto undress uniform 3 June 21 May 18 May 31 May 2 June 1 June 26 May 25 May 27 Mav 23 May Hull Portsmouth ditto tattooed on left arm; recruit scar on foiehead Chatham R. MarineArt Dep6t ditto Chatham blue blue hazel hazel grey. grey fair fresh fair pale fresh fresh Paisley Chatham Portsmouth Walmer ditto Chatham ditto off furlough ' pockpitted LONDON ; PRINTED TOR BER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFCE, BT HARRISON AND SONS, ST. MARTIN'S LANE, W. C, • V 4
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