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  1. Elizabeth Bladin, Theft > theft from a specified place, 24th February 1762.

    102. (M.) Elizabeth Bladin , alias Cox , was indicted for stealing a pair of sheets and a flat iron, that were in the lodging of Mary Price , val. 10 s. the property of John Dean , Feb. 13 . ++ John Dean . This pair of sheets and flat iron are my property,...
  2. Theft > pocketpicking, 7th December 1763.

    51. (M.) Jane, alias Catharine Obrian , spinster , was indicted for stealing a silver watch, value 30 s. one steel chain, value 4 d. one silver seal, value 1 s. and two brass watch keys, value 2 d. the property of William Cliff (privately from his person) ...
  3. Thomas Davis, Theft > pocketpicking, 22nd February 1764.

    173. (M.) Thomas Davis , alias Baker , was indicted for stealing a silver watch and chain, value 40 s. the property of Christopher Burzeen , privately from his person , January 26 . * Christopher Burzeen . On the 26th of last month I went to Drury lane pla...
  4. John Cook, Deception > forgery, 27th February 1765.

    209. (L.) John Cook was indicted for forging and counterfeiting a receipt for money , to this purport: "Received the 8th of January 1765. of " John Girling , the sum of 7 l. 9 s. there being "so much wages due to my brother, John Atkins , "otherwise Mongom...
  5. Sarah Cox, Theft > theft from a specified place, 18th September 1765.

    452. (M.) Sarah Cox , alias fisher , spinster , was indicted for stealing 10 guineas, and 4 s. 6 d. in money, numbered, the property of Jane Savage , Spinster , in the dwelling house of the said Jane , July 12 . ++ Jane Savage . I live at Cranford . About ...