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1. two per16750707006sons, theft with violence : highway robbery, 7th July, 1675.
A Gentleman was lately Rob'd near Lambs Conduit, behind Grayes-Inn, by some persons that were upon the Foot-pad that way, they t...

2. person, theft with violence : robbery, 9th September, 1675.
One of the first that was arraigned for Fellony and Robbery was a person that was supposed to be a Confederate with those that rob'd a Gentletle...

3. JAMES HEDGE, theft : simple grand larceny, 19th May, 1779.
258. JAMES HEDGE was indicted for stealing six light glazed w...

4. PATRICK NOWLAND, killing : murder, 10th April, 1782.
319. PATRICK NOWLAND , the younger, was indicted for the wilful murder of...

5. JOHN WESTBROOK, theft : simple grand larceny, 10th December, 1783.
59. JOHN WESTBROOK was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 9th of Sep...

6. JOHN BLYTHE, theft : simple grand larceny, 20th September, 1797.
489. JOHN BLYTHE was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 3d of Augus...

7. JOHN-LEONARD WHITE, JOHN RICHARDSON, breaking the peace : assault, 30th October, 1805.
722. JOHN-LEONARD WHITE and JOHN RICHARDSON w...

8. JOHN LEONARD WHITE, JOHN RICHARDSON, miscellaneous : perverting justice, 4th December, 1805.
22. JOHN LEONARD WHITE and JOHN RICH...

9. THOMAS WATKINS, theft : specified place, 6th April, 1808.
341. THOMAS WATKINS was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 22nd of F...

10. CATHERINE DAY, theft : simple grand larceny, 15th January, 1812.
133. CATHERINE DAY was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 11th of J...