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  1. George Fear, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    119. George Fear , was indicted for stealing one portmanteau, val. 6 d. two silk gowns, val. 2 l. one petticoat, val. 15 s. one silk sack and petticoat, val. 2 l. one linnen sack, and other things , the goods of Martha Rigby . Jan. 3 . Mrs. Martha Rigby de...
  2. Elizabeth Wanless, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    113. Elizabeth Wanless , otherwise Newbey , spinster , was indicted for stealing two linnen sheets, val. 6 s. one linnen apron, val. 3 s. one pair of long lawn ruffles, val. 2 s. one linnen shift, val. 2 s. two diaper table cloths, val. 2 s. and other thin...
  3. Henry Shuter, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    121. Henry Shuter , was indicted for stealing seven silk handkerchiefs, val. 4 s. the goods of Edmund Jervice . Jan. 3 . The Prisoner came into the prosecutor's shop, under pretence of buying one or more handkerchiefs, and while John Baker , who was servan...
  4. Nicholas Bond, Theft > theft from a specified place; William Heyden, Theft > theft from a specified place, 17th January 1750.

    110, 111. Nicholas Bond , and William Heyden , late of Fulham , were indicted for stealing eighteen iron bars, val. 3 l. fixed to the dwelling house of Henry Page , Esq; Jan. 9 . The Prisoners were stopped in the fields with nine of the bars upon them; the...
  5. Jane Holmes, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    118. Jane, the wife of John Holmes , was indicted for stealing one pair of stays, val 5 s. one cotton gown, val. 5 s. two silver tea spoons, val. 1 s. three linnen shirts, val. 3 s. and other things, to the amount of 16 s the goods of John Mitchel . Jan. 1...
  6. Thomas Biggs, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    112. Thomas Biggs , was indicted for stealing one pair of single channel pumps, val. 15 s the goods of William Gordon . James Williams deposed he saw the Prisoner take them from where a shoe blacker used to stand: knowing him not to be the shoe blacker, he...
  7. John Bowen, Theft > burglary, 17th January 1750.

    109. John Bowen , was indicted for that he, on the 24th of February , between the hour of twelve and one in the morning, the dwelling house of William Gwinn did break and enter, and stealing out thence, twenty yards of linnen cheque, thirty cotton handkerc...
  8. Ralph Darvel, Theft > grand larceny; John Price, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    116, 117. Ralph Darvel , and John Price , were indicted for stealing two bushels of coals, val. 2 s. the goods of John Clark . Nov. 14 . This was for an offence committed in company with Michael Graham , who was tried last sessions, No. 42. Both guilty 13 ...
  9. Thomas Chessam, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    120. Thomas Chessam , was indicted for stealing three iron hoops, val. 2 s. the goods of Benjamin Freeman , and Francis Cooper . December 15 . Thomas Sevil deposed he met the Prisoner coming out of the prosecutor's yard with the three hoops upon him, and a...
  10. Susannah Lowe, Theft > grand larceny; Margaret Richards, Theft > grand larceny, 17th January 1750.

    114, 115. Susannah Lowe , and Margaret Richards , widows , were indicted for stealing two linnen sheets, val. 5 s. one rug, val. 3 s. one blanket, val. 3 s. the goods of Ezekiel Wolse , being goods lent to be used in their ready furnished lodging. Dec. 20 ...

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