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  1. ROBERT DEWAR, Deception > forgery, 10th December 1783.

    56. ROBERT DEWAR, otherwise DEWARS, otherwise DEEWAR , was indicted, for that he, on the 15th of July last, did falsly and feloniously make, forge, and counterfeit, and cause and procure to be falsely made, forged, and counterfeited a certain will and test...
  2. WILLIAM NEWLAND, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM NEWLAND, Deception > forgery, 25th February 1784.

    276. WILLIAM NEWLAND was indicted, for that he, on the 11th day of November last, feloniously did make, forge, and counterfeit, and cause and procure to be falsely made, forged and counterfeited, and willingly aid and assist in the false making, forging, a...
  3. WILLIAM NEWLAND, Deception > forgery; WILLIAM NEWLAND, Deception > forgery, 25th February 1784.

    276. WILLIAM NEWLAND was indicted, for that he, on the 11th day of November last, feloniously did make, forge, and counterfeit, and cause and procure to be falsely made, forged and counterfeited, and willingly aid and assist in the false making, forging, a...
  4. KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud; KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud, 15th September 1784.

    826. KYRIN RYEN was indicted, for that he being a person of a wicked mind and disposition, and well knowing, that Patrick Welch, deceased, lately served our Lord the King, on board the Asia, and that certain wages and pay were due to him, and dewsing and i...
  5. KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud; KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud, 15th September 1784.

    826. KYRIN RYEN was indicted, for that he being a person of a wicked mind and disposition, and well knowing, that Patrick Welch, deceased, lately served our Lord the King, on board the Asia, and that certain wages and pay were due to him, and dewsing and i...
  6. JOHN MURRAY, Deception > perjury, 14th December 1785.

    13. JOHN alias JAMES MURRAY was indicted for that he, well knowing that one William Lindsay deceased, had served our Lord the King, as a seaman on board his majesty's ship the Burford, and that certain wages and pay were due to him at the time of his death...
  7. HANNAH MULLENS, Deception > fraud, 26th April 1786.

    328. HANNAH otherwise HANNAH MULLENS , was indicted, for that she, well knowing that one Peter Roach had served our Lord the King, as a seaman, on board the Burford, and that certain wages and pay were due to him for such service, on the 11th of November l...
  8. ELEANOR KIRVIN, Deception > forgery, 25th October 1786.

    822. ELEANOR KIRVIN alias KARAVAN , widow , was indicted, for feloniously making, forging, and counterfeiting, and causing and procuring to be falsely made, forged, and counterfeited, and willingly aiding and assisting in the false making, forging, and cou...