From The Morning Post, (London, England), Tuesday, August 10, 1819;
Of the 79 prisoners on the calendar, 18 were capitally convicted, and five following left for execution, viz:- Henry LANGRIDGE , 35, for the murder of Mr. SAXE , of Penshurst, about six years ago; Abraham ABRAHAMS , 24, Judah SOLOMON , 36, and Joseph SOLOMON , for being accessories in planning a burglary and felony, at Minster, Isle of Sheppy, of which three men were convicted at the last Maidstone Assizes; and John CRUTTENDEN , aged 33 ( indicted on the Black Act ) for feloniously and maliciously cutting a number of hop binds, growing on poles, in a plantation belonging to Mr. Samuel SANTER , of Benenden. This, we believe, is the first capital conviction that ever followed an offence of this kind.
From The Morning Post ( London, England ), Tuesday, February 16, 1813;
ANOTHER ATROCIOUS MURDER. - Mr. R. SACK , of Penshurst, Sussex, farmer,was barbarously murdered on Monday evening last, by Henry LANGRIDGE , a labourer, who resided in a cottage belonging to Mr. SACK . LANGRIDGE has absconded.