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  1. Andrew Scott, Theft > grand larceny; Jane Fowler, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Martin, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1730.

    Andrew Scott , Jane Fowler , and Mary Martin , of St. Mary At Hill, Billinsgate , were indicted for stealing 112 lb. of Sugar, value 28 s. the Goods of Persons unknown , Nov. 24 . Robert Oliver , (a Boy and Confederate) thus depos'd, The Prisoners were at ...
  2. Williamson Goodman, Violent Theft > robbery, 16th January 1730.

    Williamson Goodman , alias Goodbarn , of St. Mary le Strand , was indicted for assaulting Henry Thompson in the Dwelling House of Thomas Peeling , putting him in Fear, and taking from him 9 s. 6 d. in Money , Sept. 4 . Henry Thompson thus depos'd, On the 4...
  3. John White, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1730.

    John White , alias Arnold Reynolds , of St. Brides , was indicted for stealing twenty three Deal Boards , value 23 s . the Goods of Richard Haydon , Dec. 27 . The Fact appearing plain the Jury found him Guilty to the Value of 4 s. 10 d. [Transportation. Se...
  4. Mary Sulivan, Theft > grand larceny; Isabella Eaton, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Sulivan, Theft > pocketpicking; Isabella Eaton, Theft > pocketpicking, 16th January 1730.

    Mary Sulivan , alias Wall, alias Stanley , and Isabella Eaton , of St. Ann's, Westminster , were indicted for privately stealing a Diamond Ring, value 26 l. a Silver Snuff Box, value 20 s. the Goods of William Burroughs , Esq ; October 16 . They were a sec...
  5. Mary Sulivan, Theft > grand larceny; Isabella Eaton, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Sulivan, Theft > pocketpicking; Isabella Eaton, Theft > pocketpicking, 16th January 1730.

    Mary Sulivan , alias Wall, alias Stanley , and Isabella Eaton , of St. Ann's, Westminster , were indicted for privately stealing a Diamond Ring, value 26 l. a Silver Snuff Box, value 20 s. the Goods of William Burroughs , Esq ; October 16 . They were a sec...
  6. Violent Theft > robbery; Mary Coltus, Violent Theft > robbery, 16th January 1730.

    Bridget, alias Mary Beaver, alias Hopkins , and Mary Coltus , of St. Brides , were indicted for Assaulting, and taking Money from Thomas Bradley , December 20 . It appear'd, That the Prosecutor (being a Country Man) met the Prisoners in Fleet Street, and e...
  7. Francis Speed, Theft > housebreaking; John Rose, Theft > housebreaking, 28th February 1730.

    Francis Speed , and John Rose , alias Ruffin , of St. Bennet's Paul's Wharf , were indicted for breaking the House of William and Christopher Butler , &c. and stealing 45lb. of Sugar, and 6 lb. of Candles , the 25th of January last. It appear'd by the ...
  8. Ferdinando Shrimpton, Killing > murder; Robert Drummond, Killing > murder; Ferdinando Shrimpton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Drummond, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Ferdinando Shrimpton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Drummond, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Ferdinando Shrimpton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Drummond, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 28th February 1730.

    Ferdinando Shrimpton and Robert Drummond , alias Godfrey, alias Bell , of St. John Hackney , were indicted, the former, for the Murder of Simon Pechant , by giving him one mortal Wound with a Pistol Bullet in the Arm, the length of half an Inch, and the de...
  9. Meers Dunken, Theft > theft from a specified place, 28th February 1730.

    Meers Dunken , alias Jones , of St. Margaret's Westminster , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Gown, and a Note for 3 l. 15 s. and other Goods, in the Dwelling House of Joseph Ambler , on the 5th of December last; but the Evidence not being sufficien...
  10. Ferdinando Shrimpton, Killing > murder; Robert Drummond, Killing > murder; Ferdinando Shrimpton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Drummond, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Ferdinando Shrimpton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Drummond, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Ferdinando Shrimpton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Drummond, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 28th February 1730.

    Ferdinando Shrimpton and Robert Drummond , alias Godfrey, alias Bell , of St. John Hackney , were indicted, the former, for the Murder of Simon Pechant , by giving him one mortal Wound with a Pistol Bullet in the Arm, the length of half an Inch, and the de...

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