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  1. 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...
  2. John Delamot, Deception > fraud, 31st August 1692.

    John Delamot alias Delabowre , was Tried for a Cheat, for that he together with one Edward Leepman , not Taken, did Deceive and Defraud one Nath. Green , Goldsmith , of the Sum of 60 l. of Currant Money of England , on the 10th of August last: The Prisoner...
  3. Anne Hardy, Deception > fraud, 8th May 1695.

    Anne Hardy, alias Pierceson , Wife of Thomas Pierceson , was Indicted for procuring, and causing to be procured, a Letter of Attorney from one John Hardy , late belonging to Their Majesties Ship the Bredah, and got Letter of Administration out of Doctors C...
  4. Charles Stanley, Deception > fraud, 27th February 1696.

    Charles Stanley, alias Bliford, alias Brown , was a second time indicted for Cheating P P of a Gold Watch, val. 11 l. and 94 Guineas . It appeared that the Prisoner and one A did decoy the young Gentleman to play, and by such means they did get all his Mon...
  5. Joseph Williams, Deception > fraud, 27th February 1696.

    Joseph Williams alias Glass , was indicted for a Misdemeanor for cheating John Hamond of 23 l. 10 s. It appeared that there were more persons concerned, and one of them dropt a Guinea, and the other said that he must have shares, so they got the Prosecutor...
  6. Sibel Bursman, Deception > forgery, 8th December 1697.

    Sibel Bursman, alias Thomson , of London Spinster , was Indicted for a misdemeanor, for that she on the 3d day of August , in the 9th Year of his Majesty's Reign, falsly counterfeited a Letter of Attorney, and Last Will of John Johnson a Seaman, with an In...
  7. William Argent, Deception > perjury, 8th June 1698.

    William Argent alias John Warner , was Indicted for Perjury, upon an Affidavit made before a Justice of Peace, by which he swears that James Johnson was in the French Kings Service, under Capt. Dubart, in 1691. and had taken several Ships . The Evidence de...
  8. Mary Butler, Deception > forgery, 11th October 1699.

    Mary Butler, alias Strickland , was Indicted for a Misdemeanor, for forging a Bond in the Name of the Worshipful Sir Robert Clayton , Knight , and Alderman of this City, for 40000 l. with a Condition to pay 1200 l. a Year, with Interest, and after the Dece...