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

19/03/1823

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11 x PROSECUTIONS FOR LIBEL, BLASPHEMY, 13.— LANCASHIRE SESSIONS — continued. N A M E His Place of RESIDENCE. By Whom the PROSECUTION was commenced. Character of OFFENCE, Whether Blasphemy, Libel, or Sedition. COUNTY DATE when Commenced. of the INDIVIDUAL. Prosecuted. [ The Defendants residences are only known from their description in the Indictment or In- formation.] in which the Prosecution was commenced. Whether TRIED, or NOT. Rob. Whitworth Rochdale Solicitor to Treasury. sedition, drill- ing to use of arms, and ex- citing to sedi- tion. Lancashire October 1819 - - - Tried - James Wilde - d° d° - d° - - d° - - d° - ... d" - - - William Grindrod d° d° - d° - - d° - - d° - d° - - - John Kay - - Royton d° - - d* - - d" - - d° - ... d° - - - Louisa Hough - Manchester d° libel - d° - - d" - d° - - - Sarah Hough - d° - d" - d" - - d° - - d° - --- d° - - - David Wroe d° d° - d° - - d° - - d* - ... d" --- John Chorlton d° d° - d" - - d" - - ... d° - - - Tho. Whittaker Oldham d° - seditious words - d" - July 1820 ... d" Sam. Cheetham d° d" - d° - - d » - - d° - ... d° - - - John Hide - - Great Bolton d° - d° - - d° - October 1820 ... d° --- Thomas Haigh Oldham d° - d° - - d° - - d° - - - - d° - - - Peter Hamer - Great Bolton d » - - d° - - d' - - d « - ... d° - - - John Hickson - Ashton- under- Lyne Constable of Ashton. - d° - - d" - October 1822 d° - - . 14.— OXFORDSHIRE SESSIONS. John Vines Oxford, labourer University of Oxford. seditious libel Oxfordshire Michaelmas sessions 1819. - - - Tried - - - Stephen Vines - d° - d° - d° - d° - - d° - - d° - ... d4 15.— STAFFORDSHIRE SESSIONS. Edward Price - Wolverhampton Edward Morris sedition Stafford 30 November 1819. - - - Tried - - - AND SEDITION; 1813 — 1822. 4PJ 29 13.— LANCASHIRE SESSIONS— continued. Lancashire, Salford court of quarter session If Tried, the County and Court where Tried. d » d* d" d° d° d" d" d° d° DATE of TRIAL. 17 January 1820. d° d° d° 17 July 1820. 15 January 1820. 23 October 1820. October 1820. Whether Acquitted, or Convicted. convicted d° d" SENTENCE PASSED. Judgment respited and never given. To be imprisoned six months. d° - - six d° - DATE thereof. Judgment respited and never given. d" - To be imprisoned six months, and to enter into recognizance for good behaviour two years, in 40/. with two sureties in 10I. each. Fined 51, and to be impri- prisoned till paid. d° d° Fined 6 d. and d° - To be imprisoned four months, and to enter into recognizance for good behaviour for two years, in 40/. with two sureties in 20/. each. Fined 6d. d° d° d" Imprisoned six months. Fined 11, and to be impri- soned till paid. To be imprisoned three months - d° - two months, and to enter into recognizance for good behaviour for one year, in 201, with two sureties in 101, each. d° Judgment respited. 17 January 1820. d° d° d" d° 17 July 1820. d° 15 January 1821. 23 October 1820. When Released from Prison. not imprisoned 17 July 1820. not imprisoned 17 July 1820. not imprisoned d° 17 May 1820. not imprisoned 17 January 1821. 15 January 1821. 15 April 1821. 23 December 1820. not imprisoned Oxfordshire court of quar- ter sessions, held at town hall, Oxford. -. d° - Epiphany sessions, 1820, d° 14.— OXFORDSHIRE SESSIONS. convicted | Six calendar months impri- sonment in county gaol, and to enter into his own recognizance for good behaviour for one year. d° Two months imprisonment in same gaol, and a like re- cognizance for good beha- viour for the like period. n January 1820. 10 July 1820. 6 March 1820. Staffordshire quarter ses- sions. 12 January 1820. IS— STAFFORDSHIRE SESSIONS. convicted One year's imprisonment in the common gaol. 12 January 1820. 26 September 1820, being pardoned. 562. G ( continued.)
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