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Prosecutions for Libel, Blasphemy, and Sedition 1813-1822 (England Wales and Scotland)

19/03/1823

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11x PROSECUTIONS FOR LIBEL, BLASPHEMY, 1.— COURT OF KING'S BENCH. DATE when Commenced. Whether TRIED, or NOT. April sessions 1812. May sessions 1812. - d° - Not Tried: Indictment quashed on prosecutor's mo- tion, and costs paid by him. Not Tried; but judgment - - Not Tried - - April sessions 1812. Not Tried: Plea of mis- nomer, and defendant ob- tained judgment thereon. Trinity 1812 May sessions 1812. May sessions 1812. Not Tried: No further proceedings. Not Tried : Judgment 011 defendant's confession. Not Tried : At issue. Hilary term 1813. - - - Tried - - - Hilary term 1813. - - Not Tried. May sessions 1813. Not Tried : Judgment on confession. Trinity term 1813. Hilary 1814 Not Tried: Defendant having suffered judgment by default. Not Tried : Judgment on confession. Easter term 1814. Michaelmas term 1814. Not Tried: Defendant having suffered judgment by default, - - - Tried - - - Trinity term 1815. - - - Tried - - - Michaelmas term 1815. - - Not Tried. Hilary term 1816. Not Tried: Proceedings stayed against Holstein. Judgment by default against"! Paris - J NAME of the INDIVIDUAL Prosecuted. Richd Bannister Same - - Elizabeth Powell His Place of RESIDENCE. [ The Defendants residences are only known from their description in the Indictment or In- ormation. J late of London, bookseller. late of the parish of St. Paul, Covent- garden, in the county of Middlesex, widow. James Denley John Denley • Thomas Broom Thos. Wirgman late of the parish of St. Giles- in- tbe- fields, Middle- sex, bookseller. late of same, bookseller. By Whom the PROSECUTION was commenced. Character of OFFENCE, Whether Blasphemy, Libel, or Sedition. Prichard, solicitor for pro- secution. d° d" d° late of the parish of St. James, Westminster, in Middlesex, jeweller and goldsmith. James Fleming,"! and Bridget Fleming Benjamin Cross Charles Wood - late of Deptford, in the county of Kent. late of Hereford, in the county of Hereford. late of the parish of St. Peter, Corn- hill, in the city of London, tobacconist. Danl Isaac Eaton late of London John Ewer Poole George Houston Charles Sutton - late of the parish of St. Clement Danes, Middle- sex, tobacconist. late of London late of the parish of St. Peter, in the town and county of the town of Nottingham. James Jones James Buxton - Anthy Holstein and > Peter Paris J late of Wisbech St. Peters, in the county of Cam- bridge. late of Colchester, in the county of Essex. late of the parish of St. James, within the liberty of Westminster, in Middlesex, yeomen d" d° d° Mr. Attorney General. Mr. Attorney General. Prichard, solicitor for pro- secution. Mr. Attorney General. Prichard, solicitor for pro- secution. Mr. Attorney General. Mr. Attorney General. Mr. Attorney General. Mr. Attorney General. Prichard, solicitor for pro- secution. obscene libel - d° - - d° - d° d° seditious con- duct. seditious con- duct. obscene libel blasphemous libel. obscene libel blasphemous libel. seditious libel seditious con- duct. seditious con- duct. obscene libel COUNTY in which the Prosecution was commenced. London - d° - Middlesex - d° - - d° - - d" - - d° - Kent Hereford London London Middlesex London Town of Not- tingham. Cambridge Essex Middlesex AND SEDITION; 1813— 1822. 3 1.— COURT OF KING'S BENCH. If Tried, the County and Court where Tried. DATE Whether of Acquitted, SENTENCE or PASSED. TRIAL. Convicted. — — obtained on defendant's confession ; recognizance to appear when required. - d°. Kent, at nisi prius. Nottingham, at nisi prius. Cambridge, at nisi prius. Summer as- sizes 1814. Summer as- sizes 1815. Summer as- sizes 1815. convicted Recognizance. Having been in custody upwards of 5 months, to be further imprisoned in Newgate one month, and set in the pillory. convicted Recognizance. None; defendant having died before sentence was pronounced. - - Recognizance. Fined 200/. and impri- soned in Newgate 2 years. To be imprisoned in North- ampton county gaol 1 year, and to give security for good be- haviour for three years more. convicted Having been in custody 4 months, to be further im- prisoned in Cambridge county gaol two months, and twice set in the pillory. Imprisoned in King's Bench 1 month, and fined 201. DATE thereof. When Released from Prison. If not Released, Why Detained. Michaelmas term 1814. Michaelmas term 1814. Hilary term 1816. Michaelmas term 1815. Trinity term 1816. 13 Dec. 1814. Nov. 1816, day not known. 8 Feb. 1817. 7 Jan. 1816. 26 July 1816. 502. c ( continued.)
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