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  1. John Kibworth, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1690.

    John Kibworth alias Savidge , was tryed for breaking the House of one Charles Partridge , and taking out a Trunk value 16 s. one Rugg 10 s. a pair of Curtains and Vallens, with a pair of Flaxen Sheets and some other small Goods . The Evidence declared, Tha...
  2. Robert Young, Deception > forgery; Mary Young, Deception > forgery, 15th January 1690.

    Robert Young alias Smith a Minister, was Indicted together with Mary Young his Wife, for forging a false Bill of Exchange in the fourth Year of King James, in the name of one John Clark upon Jonathan Kendal for 20 l. payable to one Robert Smith , being the...
  3. Abigail Hansley, Theft > burglary; Ruth Knight, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1690.

    Abigail Hansley alias Hunsley , and Ruth Knight , both of St. Giles in the Fields , were Indicted for breaking the House of one Mabel Wells in December last about seven a Clock at Night . The Evidence was Mrs. Wells, who said, That she being out of her Sho...
  4. Margaret Hebborn, Theft > other, 26th February 1690.

    Margaret Hebborn Widow , and ancient Woman, was Tryed, for that she, with one Susannah Powell , alias Williams, did steal a Silver Tankard , on the 12th of February last, from one Swift . The prisoner said, she was innocently drawn into the thing, and had ...
  5. Elizabeth Wade, Theft > grand larceny, 26th February 1690.

    Elizabeth Wade, alias Gurlington , was Indicted for stealing a Silver Tankard value 7l. 8s. 6d. and a Silver Taster 3s. the Goods of Joseph Wyn . The Prisoner pleaded that she was accused maliciously, and proving her Reputation to be honest, she was acquit...
  6. Anne Bunyan, Breaking Peace > assault, 30th April 1690.

    Anne Bunyan Wife of William Bunyan , alias Rider , was Tryed for the wilful Beating of Elizabeth Townsend Spinster on the 10th Day of August , in the 8th of Year of our late Sovereign Lord King Charles the Second (of Blessed Memory.) it was Evidenced again...
  7. Judith Foster, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Judith Foster, alias Emes , Indicted for stealing on the 14th of March , two strip'd Mantua Gowns value 4 s. a strip'd Silk Gown value 3 l. a Petticoat 40 s. the Goods of Mary Rawlins , who declared that she lost her Cloaths out of her Lodging, and found s...
  8. Jane Sympson, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Jane Sympson, alias Bibbey , was Tryed for stealing on the 14th of February last, from Michael Todd Gent. a Silver Poringer value 20 s. a Silk Wastecoat 10 s. a Table Cloth, with Napkins, &c. The Evidence charged her to have stolen the Goods, she being...
  9. Ann Holland, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Ann Holland alias Williams , was Indicted for stealing on the 10th of February last, at Alhallows in the Wall , 3 Silver Spoons, value 17 s. and one gold Coral, from Sir William Appleton and a Silver Tumbler value 3 l. one Silver Potings 40 s. one Amber Ne...
  10. Thomasin Lowder, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Thomasin Lowder, alias Burton, alias Blake , of St. Pauls Covent Garden , was Indicted for stealing from George Watkins , on the 19th of February last, a Cloth Coat value 3 l. a Wastecoat 20 s. a Shirt and Sleeves, and a Dimity Wastecoat, with other small ...

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