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  1. James Shaw, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Richard Norton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Shaw, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Shaw, Killing > murder, 12th January 1722.

    James Shaw, alias Smith, alias Thomson , and Richard Norton, alias Watkins , of St. Pancras , were indicted for assaulting Charles Hungate on the Highway, and taking from him a black Gelding. value 10 l. a Bridle and Saddle. 5 s. the Goods of Robert Adams ...
  2. George Cheshire, Killing > murder, 10th May 1722.

    George Cheshire of St. Giles in the Fields , was indicted for the Murder of Ann Bibby , alias Cheshire , by giving her with a drawn Sword one mortal Wound, of the breadth of 1 Inch, and depth of 6 Inches, in the lower part of her Belly, on the 27th of Apri...
  3. William Mackenes, Killing > murder, 7th September 1722.

    William Mackenes , alias Mackennis , was indicted for the Murder of Richard Wilkins , by giving him with a Sword, under the Right Pap, one mortal Wound, of the length of half an Inch, and depth of 5 Inches, on the 30th of June last, of which he languish'd ...
  4. Robert Wilkinson, Killing > murder; James Lincoln, Killing > murder; Robert Wilkinson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Lincoln, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 7th September 1722.

    Robert Wilkinson and James Lincoln , alias Jones, alias Williams , of St. Margaret Westminster , were indicted for that they (with Daniel Carrel not yet taken) did feloniously Murder Peter Martin , Wilkinson, by giving him with a Sword 1 mortal Wound in th...
  5. Elizabeth Roberts, Killing > petty treason, 30th June 1725.

    Elizabeth Roberts, Spinster , alias Bostock , Wife of Richard Bostock , of S. Swithin's , was indicted for Petty Treason and Murder, by feloniously and traiterously, with a Knife, giving Rich. Bostock her Husband one mortal Wound in the left Side, near the...
  6. William Francis, Killing > murder; Mary Bradfield, Killing > murder, 14th January 1726.

    William Francis , and Mary Bradfield , alias Clifford, alias Francis , were indicted for the Murder of Patrick Clifford , he for striking, beating and bruising with his Hands and Feet; the said Patrick Clifford, on the Head, Back and Belly; of which he ins...
  7. John Morard alias, Killing > murder, 20th April 1726.

    John Morard alias Margrand , was indicted for the Murder of John Ferguson , by Abetting John Andrew (not yet taken,) who with a Knife gave the said Ferguson one mortal Wound near the left Pap on the 8th of April , of which he instantly died . He was a 2d T...
  8. Peter Peircey, Killing > murder; William Jones, Killing > murder, 11th July 1726.

    Peter Peircey alias Kelly , and William Jones were indicted for the Murder of Christopher Fox , Peircy, by giving him with a Bayonet, one Mortal Wound on the right side of the Breast near the Collar Bone, of the length of one Inch, and the depth of 4 Inche...
  9. William Atkinson, Killing > murder, 11th July 1726.

    William Atkinson , was indicted for the Murder of Margaret Gaskin , alias Russel , by giving her with a red hot Poker, one mortal Wound near the right Breast of the length of one Inch, and the depth of 6 Inches of which she instantly dy'd . He was a second...
  10. John Thomson, Killing > murder, 12th October 1726.

    John Thomson , was indicted for the Murder of Sarah Thomson his Wife , alias Sarah Smith Widow, by throwing her into a Ditch, where she was suffocated, and instantly dy'd on the 9th of September last. He was a 2d Time indicted on the Coroners Inquisition f...

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