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  1. 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...
  2. Thomas Dunning, Breaking Peace > riot; Owen Sullivan, Breaking Peace > riot; Daniel Kane, Breaking Peace > riot, 3rd April 1695.

    Thomas Dunning , Owen Sullivan , and Daniel Kane alias Calligan were Indicted for a Misdemeanor, in making a Riot and an Assault upon one John Swift , the Provost Marshal of the Savoy Prison , and Rescuing several Prisoners there Committed for High Treason...
  3. William Green, Theft > housebreaking; William Green, Breaking Peace > riot, 15th January 1725.

    William Green , of Stepney , was indicted, for that e, with Cha Towers , John Bowler , John Warren, alias Warthern , and others, did break and enter the House of Geo Westwood , and take from thence a Hatchet val. 2 s. the Goods of Rich Lillington , on the ...
  4. John Moore, Breaking Peace > assault, 14th January 1726.

    John Moore , alias Murphy , was indicted for a Trespass, in assaulting Thomas Hall , and shooting him in the Face with Gun powder . The Fact appear'd thus on the Evidence. Mr. Gardner and his Friend Samuel Hutton , (a Cooper) went to drinking In a publick ...
  5. WILLIAM PEARCE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 13th January 1802.

    80. WILLIAM PEARCE , alias BENTON , was indicted for unlawfully and maliciously shooting at Ann Houghton , with a pistol loaded with ball , on the 6th of October . ANN HOUGHTON sworn. Q. Did any thing happen to you on the 6th of October last? A. Fourteen w...
  6. JOHN CONWAY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 1st July 1807.

    446. JOHN CONWAY, alias CONNOWAY , was indicted for that he on the 14th of June upon Martin Carrol , a subject of our Lord the King, feloniously, wilfully, maliciously, and lawfully did make an assault, and with a certain sharp instrument did strike, cut, ...
  7. JOHN CONWAY, Breaking Peace > wounding, 1st July 1807.

    446. JOHN CONWAY, alias CONNOWAY , was indicted for that he on the 14th of June , upon John Davis , a subject of our Lord the King, feloniously, willfully, maliciously, and unlawfully did make an assault, and with a certain instrument, which he then and th...
  8. PATRICK CUSHION, Breaking Peace > wounding, 21st June 1815.

    734. PATRICK CUSHION alias KISHON was indicted for feloniously, wilfully, maliciously, and unlawfully making an assault on the 21st of June , upon one Owen Gilliss , a subject of our lord the King, and with a certain sharp instrument, did stab and cut him ...
  9. JAMES THOMAS BOYCE, Breaking Peace > wounding, 3rd June 1824.

    1012. JAMES THOMAS BOYCE was indicted for that he, on the 11th of April , at St. Bridget alias St. Bride , in and upon John Fishburn , a subject of our Lord the King, feloniously, wilfully, maliciously, and unlawfully did make an assault and with a certain...
  10. WILLIAM HOWARD, Breaking Peace > wounding, 21st February 1828.

    Before Mr. Baron Vaughan. 527. WILLIAM HOWARD, alias JOSHUA BELL , was indicted for feloniously assaulting William Mullay , a subject of our Lord the King, on the 12th of February , at St. George the Martyr, and with a certain sharp instrument striking and...

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