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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+alias' (all words must be present), verdict category is royal offences and decade is 1740s

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  1. Royal Offences > seducing from allegiance, 24th February 1742.

    22. + Martin, alias Morgan Newland , of St. Clement Danes , was indicted for unlawfully and feloniously procuring Tho Meredith , a Subject of our Lord the King, to serve the King of France, as a Soldier, (he being a foreign Prince) without the Consent of o...
  2. Punishment summary, 26th February 1746.

    The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as follows. Receiv'd Sentence of Death 7. Abijah Burk 126 John Wareham 124 Thomas Davis 125 Catherine Howell 114 Alice Impey 129 John Peter Mayaffree 128 Thomas Camell 123 Receiv'd Sentence of Tr...
  3. Samuel Chapman, Royal Offences > tax offences; Peter Goldsmith, Royal Offences > tax offences, 12th October 1748.

    + 515. Samuel Chapman commonly called Bully Chapman , late of Yarmouth in the county of Norfolk , butcher : And, + 516. Peter Goldsmith alias Mr. Peter, alias Peter Morley , late of Yelverton in the county of Norfolk , labourer , were indicted, for that th...
  4. Benjamin Watts, Royal Offences > tax offences, 22nd February 1749.

    179. Benjamin Watts , alias Rotten , late of Saterly, in Suffolk , was indicted as being a notorious smuggler, for not surrendering himself according to order of Council . As the prisoner denied certain facts, contained in a suggestion founded on a late ac...
  5. William Streak, Royal Offences > tax offences, 5th April 1749.

    291. William Streak , alias Stevens , late of Rodman in the county of Sussex , was indicted for aiding and assisting in the running uncustomed goods, and for feloniously obstructing the officers of the customs in seising , &c . Sept. 14, 1746 . Thomas ...
  6. Richard Mapesden, Royal Offences > tax offences, 5th April 1749.

    303. Richard Mapesden , alias Maplesden , alias Mapeston, alias Mapleston , a notorious smuggler, was indicted for not surrendering himself according to order of Council . That proper steps had been taken, pursuant to the Act of Parliament, to prove the pr...
  7. Uriah Creed, Royal Offences > tax offences, 5th July 1749.

    425. Uriah Creed, alias Morgan , late of Hawkhurst , was indicted, for that he in company with divers others to the number of thirty persons were assembled together in the parish of Recculver , being armed with fire arms and other offensive weapons. in ord...