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Fri Mar 21 17:15:58 2014 UTClccn-no970650220.00The trial in full of Ewd. Gibbon Wakefield, and others, for the abduction of Miss Turner, at the Lancaster Assizes, March 23, 18270.801.00A report of the proceedings on the trial of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, Edward Thevenot, Edward Wakefield, and Frances Wakefield, for a conspiracy, for the abduction of Miss E. Turner, before Mr. Baron Hullock, on Friday, the 23rd, of March, 1827, at Lancaster Assizes78387662William_Wakefieldno 970650224511955Wakefield, William Hayward, 1803-1848William Wakefieldlccn-n50021378Wakefield, Edward Gibbon1796-1862lccn-no97064851Wakefield, FrancesMrslccn-no97064912Turner, Ellen1811-1831np-thevenot, edwardThevenot, Edwardlccn-n87895047Turner, Williamlccn-no89018223Great BritainAssizes (Lancashire)lccn-n50075361New Zealand Companylccn-n80077871National Library of Australialccn-nb2006010819Australian Joint Copying Projectnp-symonds, j j$john jermynSymonds, J. J.(John Jermyn)Wakefield, William1803-1848Trials, litigation, etcRecords and correspondenceHistoryWakefield, William,Turner, Ellen,Wakefield, Edward Gibbon,Trials (Conspiracy)Trials (Kidnapping)Great BritainWakefield, Frances,--MrsThevenot, EdwardAbductionEnglandTurner, WilliamColonizationNew ZealandNew Zealand CompanyEngland--LancasterNew Zealand--OtagoEmigration and immigrationKidnappingLand settlementTurner, EllenWakefield familyTravelEmployeesScotsGreat Britain.--Colonial OfficeStocksLand tenureWakefield, WilliamMaori (New Zealand people)New Zealand--WellingtonMemorialsMolesworth, William,--Sir,DwellingsHomesMonumentsAgricultural colonies180318481820182618271833183918492321827345.02540941KD372.W338622ocn506052081com18270.92Wakefield, Edward GibbonThe trial in full of Edw. Gibbon Wakefield and others, for the abduction of Miss Turner, at the Lancaster Assizes, March 23, 1827Trials, litigation, etc586ocn170938289book18270.86Wakefield, Edward GibbonThe trial of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, and Frances Wakefield indicted with one Edward Thevenot, a servant, for conspiracy and for the abduction of Miss Ellen Turner, the only child an heiress of William Turner, Esq., of Shrigley Park, in the county of ChesterTrials, litigation, etcTrial at Lancaster assizes, in 1827, on charges of conspiracy and fraud in the abduction and marriage of Ellen Turner to Edward Gibbon Wakefield at Gretna Green71ocn155947129book20000.24Documents relating to the purchase of the Otago district for the site of the Scotch settlement in New Zealand : Governor Fitzroy to Mr. SymondsHistory51ocn225790619book0.47Wakefield familyLetters [M1887]Records and correspondenceLetters from Edward, William and Arthur Wakefield to their sister Catherine and other family members. Subjects include: the foundation of South Australia; the formation of the New Zealand Association in 1837; the publication of "The British colonization of New Zealand"; the arrival of William Wakefield and his party in New Zealand in 1840; the arrival of Edward Wakefield in 1853 and his impressions of Canberbury and Wellington; relations between the Church and the New Zealand Company in 1841; the progress of Nelson; the murder or Arthur Wakefield by Maoris in 1843; the dispute with Lord Stanley; Governor G. Grey; and the proposal in 1847 for a new colony in New Zealand31ocn155442080book18390.47New Zealand CompanyInstructions from the New Zealand Land Company to Colonel Wakefield, principal agent of the company21ocn220632754book18270.47Wakefield, Edward GibbonAbduction : the King v. Wakefields & Thevenot : a report of the proceedings on the trial of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, Edward Thevenot, Edward Wakefield, and Frances Wakefield, for a conspiracy, for the abduction of Miss E. Turner, before Mr. Baron Hullock, on Friday, the 23rd. of March, 1827, at Lancaster Assizes11ocn811052118book18271.00Wakefield, Edward GibbonThe trial at full length of Edw. Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, and Mrs. Frances Wakefield for a conspiracy, and the abduction of Miss Turner with the whole of the evidence on both sides and the speeches of counsel at full length ; the judge's charge to the jury, etcTrials, litigation, etc11ocn220418481book1827Wakefield, Edward GibbonThe trial at full length of Edw. Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, and Mrs. Frances Wakefield for a conspiracy, and the abduction of Miss Turner : with the whole of the evidence ... speeches of council ... the judge's charge to the jury, etcTrials, litigation, etc11ocn024577592book18271.00Wakefield, Edward GibbonThe trial of Edw. Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, and Mrs. Frances Wakefield : for a conspiracy, and the abduction of Miss Turner : with the whole of the evidence on both sides : with the speeches of counsel at full length, the judge's charge to the jury, &c., &c., &c11ocn220418547book1827Wakefield, Edward GibbonConspiracy and abduction : an accurate report of the trial of Mr. Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Mr. Wm. Wakefield, and Mrs. Frances Wakefield, for a conspiracy to effect the abduction of Miss Ellen Turner ... tried before Mr. Baron Hullock ... to which is added a narrative of Mr E.G. Wakefield's elopement with his former wife11ocn043496975book18271.00Wakefield, Edward GibbonAn accurate report of the trial of Mr. Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Mr. Wm. Wakefield, and Mrs. Frances Wakefield : for a conspiracy to effect that abduction of Miss Ellen Turner ... at the Lancaster Assizes, March 23, 1827 : to which is added, a narrative of Mr. E.G. Wakefield's elopement with his former wife762ocn506052907com18200.86Wakefield, Edward GibbonThe trial of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, and Frances Wakefield indicted with one Edward Thevenot, a servant, for conspiracy and for the abduction of Miss Ellen Turner, the only child an heiress of William Turner, Esq., of Shrigley Park, in the county of ChesterTrials, litigation, etcTrial at Lancaster assizes, in 1827, on charges of conspiracy and fraud in the abduction and marriage of Ellen Turner to Edward Gibbon Wakefield at Gretna Green52ocn154587940book18270.27Conspiracy and abduction. : an accurate report of the trial of Mr. Edward Gibbon Wakefield, Mr. Wm. Wakefield and Mrs. Frances Wakefield, for a conspiracy to effect the abduction of Miss Ellen Turner, the only child and presumptive heiress of Wm. Turner, Esq. of Shrigley Park, Cheshire : tried before Mr. Baron Hullock, and a special jury at the Lancaster Assizes, March 23, 1827 : to which is added a narrative of E. G. Wakefield's elopement with his former wifeTrials, litigation, etc41ocn225665189book0.47Great BritainNew Zealand Company : Original correspondence [CO 208]ArchivesRecords and correspondenceGeneral correspondence of the New Zealand Company and letters from areas of New Zealand, and individuals including agents, Colonial Governors and Land and Emigration Commissioners; indexes and registers of inward and outward mail; minutes of general meetings, 1840-1845, meetings of the Board of Directors 1839-1853, and committees, 1837-1850; account books, 1839-1861; local records of establishments; registers of land applications and transfers and other papers relating to land; miscellaneous papers including passenger lists, occupational lists, papers relating to the company, share registers and journal of Colonel William Wakefield and letterbook11ocn155990743book1947The Wakefield and Molesworth memorials : notes11ocn155345261book1826[Preliminary proceedings in the King v Wakefield]Trials, litigation, etc11ocn062409214book18331.00A report of the proceedings on the trial of Edward Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield, Edward Thevenot, Edward Wakefield, and Frances Wakefield, for a conspiracy, for the abduction of Miss E. Turner, before Mr. Baron Hullock, on Friday, the 23rd, of March, 1827, at Lancaster Assizes11ocn154253502book1827The trial in full of Ewd. Gibbon Wakefield, and others, for the abduction of Miss Turner, at the Lancaster Assizes, March 23, 1827Trials, litigation, etc11ocn221573742visu1849Colonel Wakefield's residence, WellingtonFri Mar 21 15:17:59 EDT 2014batch13341