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  1. Thomas Pitcher, Royal Offences > coining offences, 15th January 1691.

    Thomas Pitcher alias Healing , was Indicted for Counterfeiting twenty Pieces of King James's Shillings, made of Copper, Tynn, and other Metals, &c. The Evidence was, That he was seen to Forge and make the Money, he being a Smith by Trade, under Pretenc...
  2. Samuel Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences; Mary Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences; Samuel Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences; Mary Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences, 15th January 1691.

    Samuel Porter alias Vane and Mary Porter his Wife , were Arreigned upon two Indictments, the first for High Treason, in Clipping the Current Coyn of this Kingdom . The second for Forging, Counterfeiting and Making three score Pieces of False Money, made of...
  3. Samuel Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences; Mary Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences; Samuel Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences; Mary Porter, Royal Offences > coining offences, 15th January 1691.

    Samuel Porter alias Vane and Mary Porter his Wife , were Arreigned upon two Indictments, the first for High Treason, in Clipping the Current Coyn of this Kingdom . The second for Forging, Counterfeiting and Making three score Pieces of False Money, made of...
  4. Mary Rosseter, Royal Offences > coining offences, 8th July 1691.

    Mary Rosseter alias Cox , was Tryed for the same Fact, viz. in Clipping of Mony , on the 24th of June last. The Evidence against her, as to Matter of Fact, was, That there was a pair of Shears, and a Leather, and Scales, &c. fit for the work, found abo...
  5. Punishment summary, 9th September 1691.

    The Tryals being over, the Court gave Sentence as followeth: Burnt in the Hand 8. Bernard Clark, Roger Harry Young, Philip Harper, Francis Pelling, Joseph Stykes, alias Smith, Elizabeth Aldridge, Elizabeth Smith and Margaret Ellis To be transported 1. Will...
  6. Robert Lambert, Royal Offences > coining offences; Ann Hylton, Royal Offences > coining offences, 26th April 1693.

    Robert Lambert and Ann Hylton, alias Baracourt , of Westminster , were both tried for Clipping the King's Lawful Coine ; Lambert's House was search'd by virtue of a Warrant from Mr. Recorder, and in the same was found three pair of Shears, a pair of Skales...
  7. Margaret Suffling, Royal Offences > coining offences, 26th April 1693.

    Margaret Suffling, alias Berry , was Tryed for Clipping Money , there was a pair of Shears and a Box of Clippings found in her House in Wapping by the Constable, which were pulled out of a whole in the Wall, where a Trumpetter Lodged (but the Prisoners Dau...
  8. Robert Wootton, Royal Offences > coining offences, 6th September 1693.

    Robert Wootton alias Perkway , was indicted for Clipping the Currant Coin of England : On the 17th of July last, a person was sent to him from one Mrs Stanes for some Money that was Clipt, and coming to the House where he was, he found him at work with the...
  9. Samuel Mitchell, Royal Offences > coining offences; Dorothy Springer, Royal Offences > coining offences, 6th September 1693.

    Samuel Mitchell alias Midgley , and Dorothy Springer alias Springhall , were indicted for High Treason, in Clipping the lawful Money of the Kingdom of England : The Prisoner's House being searcht in Katharine Wheel Alley in White Chappel , there was found ...
  10. Dorothy Springall, Royal Offences > coining offences; Susan Springall, Royal Offences > coining offences, 6th December 1693.

    Dorothy Springall, alias Springet , the Mother, and Susan Springall, alias Springet , the Daughter, were both Tried for Clipping the Currant Money of England , there were Clippings and Filings produced in Court, and shewed to the Jury, which were found upo...

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