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  1. ESTHER GOLDSBOROUGH, Theft > grand larceny; JOHN PAYNE, Theft > grand larceny; ROBERT LOY, Miscellaneous > other, 13th January 1790.

    226. ESTHER GOLDSBOROUGH otherwise MOFFATT, otherwise MIFFIN , and JOHN PAYNE were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 1st of January , one large silver cream pot and glass, value 40 s. a spoon case, value 8 s. a fork, value 4 s. two silver bread bas...
  2. JOHN HETHERINGTON, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 8th December 1790.

    4. JOHN HETHERINGTON, alias JOHN CHARLES BROWN , was indicted for feloniously returning from transportation, and being found at large on the first of December , without lawful cause . Prisoner. My lord, will you grant me one favour; I do not wish to impose...
  3. GEORGE BANKS, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 29th March 1792.

    219. GEORGE BANKS alias BATES was indicted for returning from transportation, and being found at large on the 16th of March , without lawful cause . (The record of the prisoner's conviction read.) MILLER sworn. I apprehended the prisoner, the 16th of this ...