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Murder
Forgery
Uttering a forged bill of ex-

change
Murder
Attempting to commit murder in

Ireland
Forgery

1852
1852

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Embezzlement

Tried at Central Criminal Court,

April 1854. Sentenced to six

years' penal servitude.
Committed suicide in Dublin.

Result not reported to Home Office.
Forging an acceptance of a bill Tried at York Assizes, Dec. 7, 1871.
of exchange

G. Wilson sentenced to four years'
penal servitude. J. S. Wilson
sentenced to five years' penal ser-

vitude.
Result not reported to Home Office.
This man was not surrendered. His

death is reported, June 18, 1868.
Murder

Sentenced to death, October 27,

1864. Result not reported to Home Office.

Murder
Forging a bill of exchange

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1864
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Forgery
Forgery and embezzlement

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UPPER CANADA.
Return of all Cases of Extradition of Prisoners from the United States to the Province of Upper Canada under the Treaty between

Great Britain and the United States between 9th August, 1842, and 30th June, 1867.

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James H. Hull ..

Forgery

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On charge May 16, 1856 Indicted at the London Fall Assizes, 1856, for demanded

forgery. Bill'ignored by grand jury. June 3, 1857 Tried for murder. The jury did not agree, and

the prisoner was discharged. No record

Tried for murder. Convicted and sentenced to

be executed.
April 21, 1860 .. Tried for arson. Convicted and sentenced to

five years' imprisonment. Also at same as-
sizes, for prison breach. Convicted and sen-

tenced to two years' imprisonment.
Jan. 27, 1863 Tried for murder. Convicted, and sentenced to

be executed. April 3, 1865

Indicted at Welland Spring Assizes, 1865, for

assault with intent to kill. Not tried, owing
to absence of a necessary witness. Tried also
at same assizes for attempt to escape. Con-
victed, and sentenced to a fine of 10 dollars, and

two months' imprisonment.
Dec. 24, 1853 Tried for forgery. Convicted and sentenced to

seven years' imprisonment in the Penitentiary.

Robert Coutter ..

Murder

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Thomus A. Milan

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Assault with

intent to
kill,

D. W. Vanaernam

Forgery

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* See Correspondence laid before Parliament as “North America, No. 10, 1876."

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UPPER CANADA.
Return of all Cases of Extradition of Prisoners from the Province of Upper Canada to the United States under the Treaty between
Great Britain and the United States, between 9th August, 1842, and 30th June, 1867.*

Whether any special stipula-
Charges on which Prisoner was

Date of Charges on tion beyond those in Treaty
Name of Prisoner.

warrant of which Prisoner was required or conceded
Demanded.

Extradited.

extradition.

was tried.

by either country as a
condition of surrender.

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Jane Glene

Murder

On charge demanded June 28, 1849
James McCaffrey

March 5, 1859
Gabriel Wright and John Guile Burglary and assault with Wright only extradited May 10, 1850

intent to commit murder on charge of burglary

and robbery James McNally

Murder

On charge demanded Nov. 20, 1855
Alexander Caiter

May 28, 1855
George Pollett..

May 31, 1858
Owen Dudley
Forgery

Oct. 29, 1858
Charles Miller and Catherine King

Dec. 14, 1858
Henry Kaiples

Aug. 17, 1859
John Fauell
Robbery

May 13, 1859
Joseph Bocarde

Uttering forged paper

Forgery.

Jan. 26, 1860
Nelson Fenihart

Robbery

On charge demanded July 24, 1863
Asher Warner ..
Uttering forged paper

Oct. 1, 1864
+Bennet G. Burley
Robbery

Jan. 31, 1865
Clarence Madigan
Forgery and uttering forged

Feb. 20, 1865
paper
Paul Nestler
Forgery

May 4, 1865
Alexander McConnell..
Murder

April 21, 1866
George Peet

April 19, 1866
John Bortles and Thomas W. Bortles Assault with intent to kill

March 9, 1866
Samuel R. Lewis
Uttering forged paper

March 4, 1867
David Rose

March 26,1867

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• Laid beforo Parliament with Return of Casen of Extradition under the Treaty between Gront Britain and the United States of August 9, 1842, in 1870, North America, No. 10, 1870.

† Heo Correspondance botween Groat Britain and the Unived States. Vol. LX. Pago 1241.

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LOWER CANADA.

Return of all Cases of Extradition of Persons from the United States to the Province of Lower Canada under the Treaty between

Great Britain and the United States between 9th August, 1842, and 30th June, 1867.

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John Cole

Murder

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March 24, 1852. Tried for murder and convicted
February 6, 1855 Information not received from provincial

authorities.

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* See Correspondence laid before Parliament as “North America, No. 10, 1876."

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