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  1. Lionel Anderson, Royal Offences > religious offences; James Corker, Royal Offences > religious offences; William Marshal, Royal Offences > religious offences; William Russel, Royal Offences > religious offences; Henry Starky, Royal Offences > religious offences; Charles Parry, Royal Offences > religious offences; Alexander Lunsden, Royal Offences > religious offences, 17th January 1680.

    THE Trial and Condemnation Of the six notorious Traitors. THe Kings Witnesses attending on the Court there were eight Romish Priests and Jesuites brought to the Barr, to receive their, Trials upon the account of High Treason, viz. Joseph Kemish , William R...
  2. James Baker, Royal Offences > religious offences; John Nailor, Royal Offences > religious offences, 26th February 1680.

    James Baker alias Hoskins , and John Nailor, alias Carpenter , were severally Indicted for Popish Priests or Jesuits , the first that took his Trial was Baker, alias Hoskins, against whom Doctor Oats gave Evidence, that he had heard him say Mass, and conse...
  3. Alice Patteson, Royal Offences > coining offences, 27th February 1684.

    Alice Patteson, alias Kirk , Indicted for Clipping six Half Crowns of the lawful Coin of this Kingdom, called King Charles the First his Half Crowns, diminishing each of the said Half Crowns, to the value of 4 d. The most material Witness against her, was ...
  4. Punishment summary, 9th April 1684.

    Which Tryals being over the Court proceeded to give Judgment as followeth. Eight received Sentence of Death, viz. Mary Corbet , for the High Treason, to be burnt to Death. Mary Corbet , for the Murder, Jane Robinson , alias Vos, Charles Close , Bernard Tre...
  5. Elizabeth Herd, Royal Offences > seditious words, 9th December 1685.

    Elizabeth Herd alias Racket , was Tryed for uttering divers Irreverent, Scandalous and Seditious Words against His most Sacred Majesty ; on the 17th of November last, as also reflecting on the Established Government, &c. (not fitting in this Paper to b...
  6. George Davis, Royal Offences > other, 7th July 1686.

    George Davis , of the Parish of St. Mary Matfellon, alias White chappel , was indicted for that he being a Souldier and not a Captain, did receive a Salery from the King as his Servant, but on the 27th. day of June last, did depart without leave from his S...
  7. Elizabeth Clark, Royal Offences > coining offences, 6th April 1687.

    Elizabeth Clark, alias Burgin , of the Parish of St. James's Westminster , having an Indictment of High Treason preferred against her, for Clipping, Filing, and Deminishingthe Current Coin of this Kingdom, viz. Twenty half Crowns of King Charles the First,...
  8. Elizabeth Green, Royal Offences > coining offences, 31st August 1687.

    Elizabeth Green, alias Mount Joy , was Tryed for putting away Clipp'd Mony for the Encouragement of Clippers, for Lucre and Gain Sake ; but nothing more appearing, than that she had put away Clipp'd Monys in exchange for Guineas, she was Acquitted .
  9. Abigail Gates, Royal Offences > coining offences; Charles Eagleston, Royal Offences > coining offences; Mary Hamond, Royal Offences > coining offences, 31st May 1688.

    Abigail Gates alias Shakemable , Charles Eagleston , and Mary Hamond , were all three Indicted for putting off False and Counterfeit Money, thereby to Defraud our Most Gracious Soveraign Lord the King and his Subjects of this Kingdom, giving an evil Exampl...
  10. Sarah Caudley, Royal Offences > coining offences, 31st August 1688.

    Sarah Caudley, alias Gomers , was Indicted for a Trespass, for Unlawfully procuring Sheers and other Instruments fit for Clipping into her Custody , which were produced in Court; the Prisoner denied it, and the Witnesses for the King were not able to Swear...