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  1. Mary Davis, Theft > grand larceny; Elizabeth Askew, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Davis, Deception > fraud; Elizabeth Askew, Deception > fraud, 25th May 1721.

    Mary Davis alias Smith , and Elizabeth Askew alias Green , of St. Martin in the Fields , were indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Tankard, a Silver Coffee Pot, a Silver Tea Pot and Lamp, 10 Silver Spoons, 11 Silver Forks, 1 Silver Salver, 4 Silver S...
  2. Elizabeth Bates, Deception > forgery, 16th January 1723.

    Elizabeth Bates , alias Chipp, alias Middleton , was indicted for forging a Letter of Attorney, in the Name of one John Smith , Mariner ; which being prov'd upon her she was found guilty . [Fine. See summary.] [Pillory. See summary.]
  3. Jane Martin, Theft > shoplifting; Jane Martin, Deception > fraud, 4th December 1723.

    Jane Martin , alias Turner , of the Parish of St. Giles Cripplegate , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Cup, value 50 s. in the Shop of John Johnson , the 5th of December, 1722 . The Prosecutor's Wife depos'd, That the Prisoner once came and p...
  4. Joseph Saunders, Deception > fraud, 15th April 1724.

    Joseph Saunders , alias Le Bass , was indicted for defrauding Robert Evans , of a Suit of Silk Clothes, value 30 l. by false Pretences . The Prosecutor's Wife depos'd, That she having a rich Silver Silk Suit of Clothes to sell, was recommended to the Priso...
  5. John Cotterel, Deception > perjury, 8th July 1724.

    John Cotterel was indicted for suborning John Long , to make Affidavit, that he being a Pilot, had, piloted the Ship Williams Gully safely into the Downs, and left her there in good Condition, prosecuting her Voyage to Cales, whereas the said William Long ...
  6. John Merry, Deception > fraud, 8th July 1724.

    John Merry , alias Reynolds , was indicted on the Statute made in the 12th Year of the late Queen, against vending and selling Dice with false and counterfeit Stamps . Mrs. Garland depos'd, That the Prisoner came to her, and offered to sell her two pair of...