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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+alias' (all words must be present), verdict category is miscellaneous and decade is 1680s*

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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...