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Colonial Cases

Judges' notebooks vol 340

HM

SUPREME COURT

OF CHINA

[SHANGHAI]

 

JUDGES' NOTEBOOKS.

CRIMINAL CASES (TRIAL BY JURY)

& SPECIAL CASES STATED.

Vol. 3.

April 20th 1880 to 12 July 1893

 

TNA (UK National Archives) REFERENCE:

FO1092: 340

 

Index of cases

 

1880 [pages 2-3]

R. v Robert Mayhead, Attempt suicide.

1880 [pages 4-7]

R. v John Henry Williams; Stealing and Receiving a razor.

1880 [pages 8-11]

R. v Ah Lee; Stealing an opium pipe; receiving an opium pipe knowing it to have been stolen.

1881 [pages 12-17]

R. v George Ormsby Powell; Inciting one Eric Francis Akerman to set fire to a dwelling-house.

1881 [page 18]

R. v Welch & Powell; Conspiracy.

1881 [page 19]

R. v John Claude Hilton Williams; Forging a certain authority for the payment of money, &c.

1881 [page 20]

R. v John Leslie; Assaulting one John Norquay in the Police Court Room of H.B.M.'s Supreme Court.

1882 [pages 21-25]

R. v Garden Wood; Obtaining goods from one Wang-sing-li a native Tailor by false pretences.

1884 [pages 26- 34]

R. v George William Harrison; Conspiracy.

1884 [pages 35-80]

R. v Benjamin David Benjamin; Misappropriating goods confided to his safe-keeping.

1885 [pages 81-95]

R. v John Bingham McFarlane; Manslaughter.

1885 [pages 96-109]

R. v James Alexander Harvie; Embezzlement (24 & 25 Vic. c. 96, sec.  80.

 

 

1886 [page 110]

R. v John Cunningham; 1st Count, Wounding with intent to murder; 2nd Count, Wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

1887 [page 111]

R. v George Marcus Lee; 1st Count, Wounding with intent to murder; 2nd Count Wounding with intent to do grievous bodily harm.

1887 [pages 112-135]

R. v Cornelius Jervis; Multiple Indictments: wounding with intent, shooting with intent; various.

1887 [page 136]

R. v Gilbert O. Saunderson; 1st Count, Shooting with intent to murder; 2nd Count, Shooting with intent to do grievous bodily harm; also, Assault with intent to do bodily harm.

1887 [page 137]

R. v Michael Sullivan; Indictment 1st  Shooting with intent to murder; 2nd Shooting with intent to do grievous bodily harm.  Also, Indictment Assault with intent to do Bodily harm.

1887 [pages 138-207]

R. v Gilbert Ormsby Saunderson. Continued from 136.

1887 [page 208]

R. v Charles Peter McArthur Donaldson; Embezzlement.

1887 [pages 209-260]

R. v Charles Huckins; Manslaughter

1887 [page 260]

R. v Charles Huckins; Aggravated Assault, murder 24 & 256 Vic. c. 100, s. 47.

1887 [pages 261-276]

R. v. Charles Huckins; Aggravated Assault; remanded from 16th June.

1888 [page 277]

R. v Thomas Hore; Carnal knowledge of one Chen Tung-li, a girl under the age of 13 years. (48 & 49 Vict. C.69, s.4.)

1888 [pages 278-279]

R. v Alfred John Deloe; Wilfully and unlawfully shooting and wounding one Tan a Kwan with intent, &c., and Wilfully and unlawfully shooting at one James R. Twentyman, with intent, &c.

1888 [page 280]

R. v Alfred Wittea; Stealing money & jewellery, etc., value $40.

1888 [pages 281-288]

R. v John Lanigan; Feloniously stealing $40 and some jewellery, the property of D. [Stermecher]

1888 [pages 289-298]

R. v. [Batun] Singh; Larceny of a ring.

1889 [pages 299-307]

R. v John Albert Gumb; Larceny 114 balls of opium on 5th March; larceny of 30 balls of opium on 11th March.

1889 [pages 308-310]

R. v. Thomas Rogers; larceny of 114 balls of opium on 5th March.

1889 [pages 311-314]

R. v. William Elders; (1) Larceny of 30 balls of opium and one-half ball of opium on the [10]th March; (2) Receiving the same knowing them to be stolen.

1889 [pages 315-316]

R. v Hipolito Bernardo; Manslaughter. Spanish Jurisdiction.

1890 [pages 317-332]

R. v. Henry Smith; Wounding intent.

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