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  1. William Hargate, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 3rd September 1684.

    William Hargate , Indicted for entertaining and receiving one Mary Williamson , alias Jones, alias Smith, who was formerly convicted of Felony , was acquitted .
  2. John Jones, Miscellaneous > other; John Williams, Miscellaneous > other, 24th February 1686.

    John Jones and John Williams , in the Parish of St. Bridgets alias Brides , indicted as common Thieves keeping false keys to break open Houses, which with a pair of Pistols loaded with Bullets being found in the custody of the Prisoners, and they appearing...
  3. John Johnson, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; William Clewer, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; S - C -, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; Grace Wiggan, Miscellaneous > kidnapping, 10th December 1690.

    John Johnson Esq ; alias Captain Johnson , alias sir John Johnson, William Clewer professor of Divinity , S C and Grace Wiggan , were tryed for Forcibly, Violently and Felloniously Taking Away, and against her Consent, Marrying Mary Wharton , a Virgin unde...
  4. Angel Rolph, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; Edward Boyce, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 13th July 1693.

    Angel Rolph and Edward Boyce were Indicted for harbouring and Comforting and maintaining one Grace Dempsey, alias Michel , who was convicted at the Sessions held in April last, for breaking the House of one Mr. Jolly in London, and received Judgement for t...
  5. John Wilkinson, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 6th September 1693.

    John Wilkinson was indicted, for that he being a Dishonest man, and of an evil Principle, he did receive, harbour, and comfort several Thieves and Highway men, particularly one Christopher Pickering alias Vicars , a great and notorious Highway man and Robb...
  6. William Wake, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 8th May 1695.

    William Wake alias Dimmott , of the Parish of St. Dunstans in the West , was tried for Harbouring and Abetting one William York , Thomas Newell and Thomas Edge , who broke the Spanish Ambassadors House; and also for making and Procuring an Iron Instrument ...
  7. Joseph Williams, Miscellaneous > other, 27th February 1696.

    Joseph Williams, alias Glasse , was a second time indicted, for that he on the 20th of January in the sixth year of the King and late Queen, with some others, did come with an intention to break the house of John Bell . The Evidence declared that he did br...
  8. James Fell, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 27th February 1696.

    James Fell , Keeper of the Gaol of Newgate , under Sir Edward Wills , and Sir Owen Buckingham , Knights, High Sheriffs for London and Middlesex, was indicted for a Misdemeanor, for letting one Catharine Buckingham , alias Barber, alias Barnet, escape out o...
  9. Mary Rose, Miscellaneous > other, 7th December 1715.

    Mary Rose alias Hall , was indicted for a Misdemeanor ; but no Evidence appearing, she was acquitted .
  10. John Thompson, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; Joseph Brown, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; Mary Dunford, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; Mark Travilian, Miscellaneous > kidnapping; Elizabeth Campbell, Miscellaneous > kidnapping, 12th July 1720.

    John Thompson , Joseph Brown , Mary Dunford , Mark Travilian and Elizabeth Campbell alias Hastings , of St. Dunstan at Stepney , were indicted, the former for that he the 19th Day of May last, did Assault, take, and forcibly lead away Rachael Rogers Widow ...

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