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  1. Elizabeth Spark, Theft > pocketpicking; William Abbot, Theft > pocketpicking, 15th January 1680.

    Elizabeth Spark, alias Souch , and William Abbot were indicted the former being a notorious pickpocket, was as she pretended picked up in Cornhil , by one Nichols a Butcher , who would needs fasten a Glass of Wine upon her, so that they repairing to a Tave...
  2. Lionel Anderson, Royal Offences > religious offences; James Corker, Royal Offences > religious offences; William Marshal, Royal Offences > religious offences; William Russel, Royal Offences > religious offences; Henry Starky, Royal Offences > religious offences; Charles Parry, Royal Offences > religious offences; Alexander Lunsden, Royal Offences > religious offences, 17th January 1680.

    THE Trial and Condemnation Of the six notorious Traitors. THe Kings Witnesses attending on the Court there were eight Romish Priests and Jesuites brought to the Barr, to receive their, Trials upon the account of High Treason, viz. Joseph Kemish , William R...
  3. James Baker, Royal Offences > religious offences; John Nailor, Royal Offences > religious offences, 26th February 1680.

    James Baker alias Hoskins , and John Nailor, alias Carpenter , were severally Indicted for Popish Priests or Jesuits , the first that took his Trial was Baker, alias Hoskins, against whom Doctor Oats gave Evidence, that he had heard him say Mass, and conse...
  4. Mary Call, Theft > other, 10th September 1680.

    Mary Call, alias White Reed , was Tryed for Robbing of Henry Worley , of the Parish of St. Giles in the fields , of a Petticoat, Gown, Pinners, Dressings, Stocking's,and several other things , the which were taken upon her, and she upon plain Evidence was ...
  5. Catherine Green, Theft > shoplifting; Catherine Green, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th October 1680.

    THe first was Catherine Green, alias Johnson, alias Dodson , Tried for stealing eleven Yards of Lawn, vallued at nine shillings, on the seventeenh of September last, from one John Turner living in St, Lawrence Jury , the manner thus, She coming in a Coach ...
  6. Catherine Green, Theft > shoplifting; Catherine Green, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th October 1680.

    THe first was Catherine Green, alias Johnson, alias Dodson , Tried for stealing eleven Yards of Lawn, vallued at nine shillings, on the seventeenh of September last, from one John Turner living in St, Lawrence Jury , the manner thus, She coming in a Coach ...
  7. Mary Snell, Theft > theft from a specified place; Sarah Chapman, Theft > receiving; Sarah Chapman, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1681.

    An Indictment was preferred by one William Roman against Mary Snell and Sarah Chapman, alias Wood , for stealing a Silver Taster' and a silver Tankard vallued at seven pounds, which the former coming into his house to drink stole , and the other disposed o...
  8. Mary Snell, Theft > theft from a specified place; Sarah Chapman, Theft > receiving; Sarah Chapman, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1681.

    An Indictment was preferred by one William Roman against Mary Snell and Sarah Chapman, alias Wood , for stealing a Silver Taster' and a silver Tankard vallued at seven pounds, which the former coming into his house to drink stole , and the other disposed o...
  9. Mary Snell, Theft > theft from a specified place; Sarah Chapman, Theft > receiving; Sarah Chapman, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1681.

    An Indictment was preferred by one William Roman against Mary Snell and Sarah Chapman, alias Wood , for stealing a Silver Taster' and a silver Tankard vallued at seven pounds, which the former coming into his house to drink stole , and the other disposed o...
  10. Elisabeth Maidstone, Theft > grand larceny, 6th July 1681.

    Elisabeth Maidstone, alias Moor , was Tryed for stealing 2 Handcarcheifs, a pair of Sleeves, Ruffles, Coifs, and other Linnen, to the value of ten shillings , from Elisabeth Manly in Corn hill , the things were proved to be taken upon her, and after a shor...

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