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

19/03/1823

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vV > V » \ 11 x PROSECUTIONS FOR LIBEL, BLASPHEMY, 12.— LONDON SESSIONS. NAME His Place of RESIDENCE. By Whom the PROSECUTION was commenced. Character of COUNTY DATE when Commenced. of the INDIVIDUAL Prosecuted. [ The Defendants residences iire only known from their description in the Indictment or Li- forniation. l OFFENCE, Whether Blasphemy, Libel, or Sedition. in which the Prosecution was commenced. Whether TRIED, or NOT. Jane ux. Richard Carlile. late of London, bookseller. Thomas Fair blasphemous libel. London 6 Dec. 1820 - - Not Tried. C. Sanderson - late of London, labourer. George Holl, Union Place, Battle Bridge, bookseller. blasphemous and seditious libel. London 12 Sept. 1821 - - Not Tried - - Willm Vamplew late of London, labourer. Rob' Duke, of Glovers Hatch, Lambeth, yeo- man. blasphemous and seditious libel. London 9 Jan. 1822 - - - Tried - - - John Barkley - f late of London, labourer. Notknown, but the witnesses on the indictment are Wm Payne and J. Parton. blasphemous and seditious libel. London 9 Jan. 1822 - - - Tried - - - - William Holmes late of London, labourer. Notknown, but the witnesses on the indictment are Wm Payne and J. Parton. blasphemous and seditious libel. London 9 Jan. 1822 - - - Tried - - - A man- unknown A man unknown, ( being the same person last men- tioned.) late of London, labourer. late of London, labourer. Will01 Smith, of Cordington- st. Kennington, yeoman. same person blasphemous and seditious libel. blasphemous and seditious libel. London London 9 Jan. 1822 22 May 1822 - - Not Tried. - - - Tried - - - 13 — LANCASHIRE SESSIONS. Richard Johnson Flixton Solicitor to Treasury. seditious libel Lancashire July 1812 - - - Tried - - - Daniel Lees - Oldham - d » - d° - - d" - April 1817 - - - d° - . - John Baston - - d° - - d° seditious words - d° - - d° - d" - - - Samuel Pilling - not known not known sedition - d° ', July 1817 - - Not Tried - - James Shaw - Bolton - Solicitor to Treasury. - libel - - d* - Oct. 1819 - - - Tried - - - Edmd Brearley - Amos Ogden - - Rochdale - - Crompton - d° arms, seditioi d° - sedition, ( dril- ling to use of ind exciting to - d° - - d° - - d" - - d° - - d* - - - . d' ... - - - d* - - - Daniel Sladen - - Rochdale - d" - d" - - d° - - d" - ... d » ... 40/ AND SEDITION; 1813— 1822. 27 12.— LONDON SESSIONS. If Tried, the County and Court where Tried. London, Old Bailey. London, Old Bailey. London, Old Bailey. London, Old Bailey. DATE of TRIAL. 20 Feb. 1822 Whether Acquitted, or Convicted. - SENTENCE PASSED. Old Bailey; confessed him- self guilty and discharged, on two sureties entering into recogni- zance in 201, each, for his good be- haviour for two years. convicted 20 Feb. 1822 20 Feb. 1822 22 May 1822 To be imprisoned, and kept to hard labour 2 years in the house of correction, and until he should enter into his own recognizance in 500/. to be of good behaviour for his life. DATE thereof. When Released from Prison. 21 Oct. 1821. 20 Feb. 1822 convicted To be imprisoned 6 calen- dar months in the house of correction, and until he should enter into his own recognizance in 100/. to be of good behaviour for three years. convicted To be imprisoned, and kept to hard labour two years in the house of correction, and until he should enter into his own recogni- zance in 5001, to be of good behaviour for his life. convicted To be imprisoned 18 calen- dar months in the house of correction, and until he should enter into his own recognizance in 100 I. with two sureties in 40 I. each, for his good behaviour for five years more. 20 Feb. 1822 20 Feb. 1822 22 May 1822 not released released 19 Aug, 1822. not released If not Released, Why Detained. Detained in execution of his judgment. ' not released Detained in execution of his judgment. Detained in execution of his judgment. Lancashire, Salford court of quarter session . d° - 14 Oct. 1812 23 April 1817 22 July 1817 17 Jan. 1820 - d° - - d° - - d* - 13.— LANCASHIRE SESSIONS. acquitted. convicted acquitted. bill by grand jury. convicted Judgment respited, and never given. One year's imprisonment, and to enterinto recognizance for good behaviour for 2 years in 1001. with two sureties in 501, each. d° - To be imprisoned three months. - - - d° - 12 months Judgment respited, and never given. Jan. 1820 17 Jan. 1820 not imprisoned. Jan. 1821. 17 April 1820. - 1821. not imprisoned. ( continued.)
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