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  1. Abigail Hansley, Theft > burglary; Ruth Knight, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1690.

    Abigail Hansley alias Hunsley , and Ruth Knight , both of St. Giles in the Fields , were Indicted for breaking the House of one Mabel Wells in December last about seven a Clock at Night . The Evidence was Mrs. Wells, who said, That she being out of her Sho...
  2. John Kibworth, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1690.

    John Kibworth alias Savidge , was tryed for breaking the House of one Charles Partridge , and taking out a Trunk value 16 s. one Rugg 10 s. a pair of Curtains and Vallens, with a pair of Flaxen Sheets and some other small Goods . The Evidence declared, Tha...
  3. Elizabeth Wade, Theft > grand larceny, 26th February 1690.

    Elizabeth Wade, alias Gurlington , was Indicted for stealing a Silver Tankard value 7l. 8s. 6d. and a Silver Taster 3s. the Goods of Joseph Wyn . The Prisoner pleaded that she was accused maliciously, and proving her Reputation to be honest, she was acquit...
  4. Margaret Hebborn, Theft > other, 26th February 1690.

    Margaret Hebborn Widow , and ancient Woman, was Tryed, for that she, with one Susannah Powell , alias Williams, did steal a Silver Tankard , on the 12th of February last, from one Swift . The prisoner said, she was innocently drawn into the thing, and had ...
  5. Thomasin Lowder, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Thomasin Lowder, alias Burton, alias Blake , of St. Pauls Covent Garden , was Indicted for stealing from George Watkins , on the 19th of February last, a Cloth Coat value 3 l. a Wastecoat 20 s. a Shirt and Sleeves, and a Dimity Wastecoat, with other small ...
  6. James Gavel, Theft > grand larceny; James Barrow, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    James Gavel alias Gardiner , and James Barrow , were both Indicted for Feloniously taking from Richard Robinson Gentleman , a Silver Hilted Sword value 50 s. on the 24th of April last, the Evidence was plain, that they were seen to jump out at the Window o...
  7. Judith Foster, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Judith Foster, alias Emes , Indicted for stealing on the 14th of March , two strip'd Mantua Gowns value 4 s. a strip'd Silk Gown value 3 l. a Petticoat 40 s. the Goods of Mary Rawlins , who declared that she lost her Cloaths out of her Lodging, and found s...
  8. Ann Holland, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Ann Holland alias Williams , was Indicted for stealing on the 10th of February last, at Alhallows in the Wall , 3 Silver Spoons, value 17 s. and one gold Coral, from Sir William Appleton and a Silver Tumbler value 3 l. one Silver Potings 40 s. one Amber Ne...
  9. Jane Sympson, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    Jane Sympson, alias Bibbey , was Tryed for stealing on the 14th of February last, from Michael Todd Gent. a Silver Poringer value 20 s. a Silk Wastecoat 10 s. a Table Cloth, with Napkins, &c. The Evidence charged her to have stolen the Goods, she being...
  10. Sarah Dod, Theft > other; Mary Smith, Theft > other, 5th June 1690.

    Sarah Dod was Indicted for stealing seven yards of Bone lace . And one Mary Smith, alias Jones , for stealing seven yards of Flanders lace . But the Facts being committed before the date of Their Majesties Free pardon, they were discharged .

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