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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 1730s

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  1. George Brown, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 23rd February 1732.

    34. George Brown , alias Samuel Burrard, alias Johnson , was indicted, for that he in the 3d Year of his present Majesty was order'd for Transportation, and that he did return before the Expiration of seven Years . To prove which, Arthur Powell depos'd, Th...
  2. Richard Moore, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 26th February 1735.

    57. Richard Moore , alias James Lamb , was indicted for returning from Transportation , but there being a Flaw in the Indictment, the Court directed the Jury to acquit him .
  3. Elizabeth Walker, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 10th December 1735.

    88. Elizabeth Walker , alias Mollineux , was indicted for a Misdemeanor, in conspiring with Isabella Eaton alias Hambleton, now at large, to accuse Robert Willis , and Michael Willis , with a Robbery, and thereby to deprive them of their Fame, and Credit, ...
  4. John Warwick, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; Christopher Baws, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; John Wills, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 14th January 1737.

    33, 34, 35, John Warwick , of St. Clement Danes , Victualler , Christopher Baws , of St. George's Middlesex , Cordwainer , and John Wills , of London Brandy man , were indicted for a Misdemeanor, in contriving and conspiring falsly to charge John Drinkwate...