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  1. John Pattison, Theft > shoplifting; John Pattison, Theft > shoplifting; James Styles, Theft > shoplifting; Margaret Ellis, Theft > receiving, 16th January 1740.

    98. + John Pattison was indicted for stealing 12 Linnen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, a Linnen Apron, two Napkins, ten Towels, and other Things the Goods of George Albright Trotshey in his Shop , December 31 . Guilty 10 d. 99. + He was a second Time indicted w...
  2. Mary Chapman, Theft > shoplifting, 16th January 1740.

    139. + Mary Chapman , alias Johnson , was indicted for stealing 7 Yards 3 Quarters of Cambrick, value 40 s. the Goods of John Higgins , in his Shop , January 13 . Mary Higgins . I live at the Lion and Lamb, a little beyond Chancery Lane End, by Temple Bar ...
  3. Thomas Motte, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th January 1740.

    93. + Thomas Motte , alias Moote , of St. Brides , was indicted for stealing 3 Five Guinea Pieces, 4 Two Guinea Pieces, 22 Guineas, a Portugal Piece of Gold, value 3 l. 12 s. a 36 Shilling piece, 2 Half Guineas, a Piece of coined Gold, of King Charles the ...
  4. Elizabeth Taverner, Theft > burglary; Hannah Sargeway, Theft > burglary, 16th January 1740.

    120, 121. + Elizabeth Taverner , alias Howard , and Hannah Sargeway , alias French Hannah , were indicted for breaking and entering the Dwelling House of Mary Bockcomb , between 2 and 3 in the Night, and stealing a Silver Watch, val. 30 s. a Velvet Hood, v...
  5. John Pattison, Theft > shoplifting; John Pattison, Theft > shoplifting; James Styles, Theft > shoplifting; Margaret Ellis, Theft > receiving, 16th January 1740.

    98. + John Pattison was indicted for stealing 12 Linnen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, a Linnen Apron, two Napkins, ten Towels, and other Things the Goods of George Albright Trotshey in his Shop , December 31 . Guilty 10 d. 99. + He was a second Time indicted w...
  6. John Pattison, Theft > shoplifting; John Pattison, Theft > shoplifting; James Styles, Theft > shoplifting; Margaret Ellis, Theft > receiving, 16th January 1740.

    98. + John Pattison was indicted for stealing 12 Linnen and Cotton Handkerchiefs, a Linnen Apron, two Napkins, ten Towels, and other Things the Goods of George Albright Trotshey in his Shop , December 31 . Guilty 10 d. 99. + He was a second Time indicted w...
  7. Alice Cook, Theft > pocketpicking, 16th January 1740.

    140. + Alice Cook alias Taper , was indicted for privately stealing a Guinea, and 2 s. and a Farthing from the Person of Christopher Blinkhorn , January 13 . Blinkhorn. On Sunday Night last, about half an Hour after 10, I was coming along Knaves Acre , and...
  8. Elizabeth Briggs, Theft > pocketpicking, 27th February 1740.

    175. + Elizabeth Briggs alias Hollis , was indicted for privately stealing 2 Thirty six Shilling picces, a Moidore, 3 Guineas, a Half Guinea, and 40 s. in Money, from the Person of Richard Kent , January 14 . Richard Kent . I live in Ely Court in Holborn, ...
  9. Margery Akers, Theft > grand larceny, 27th February 1740.

    173. Margery Akers , alias Bunce , of St Bride's , was indicted for stealing a Gold Watch, val. 12 l. a Silver wrought Snuff box, val. 20 s. and 8 Guineas , the Property of , Jan. 25 . Mr W . On Thursday the 24th of Jan. between 8 and 9 in the Evening, as ...
  10. John Gilbert, Theft > petty larceny; John Gilbert, Theft > grand larceny, 16th April 1740.

    201. John Gilbert, alias Steel , was indicted for stealing a Pair of silver Knee buckles, value 4 s. and a Pair of silver Buttons, value 6 d. the Goods of Edward Drayton Roberts , Jan. 26 . Guilty . He was a second Time indicted for stealing a wooden Tea c...

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