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  1. William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; John Murray, Theft > burglary; Burry Payne, Theft > burglary; William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; Burry Payne, Theft > burglary, 11th July 1770.

    419, 420, 421. (M.) William Slight , alias Holtham , Henry Jones , and John Murray , together with John Cole , not yet taken, were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Walter Holland , on the 5th of June , about the hour of one in the n...
  2. William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; John Murray, Theft > burglary; Burry Payne, Theft > burglary; William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; Burry Payne, Theft > burglary, 11th July 1770.

    419, 420, 421. (M.) William Slight , alias Holtham , Henry Jones , and John Murray , together with John Cole , not yet taken, were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Walter Holland , on the 5th of June , about the hour of one in the n...
  3. William Woolaston, Theft > petty larceny, 11th July 1770.

    493. (L.) William alias Robert Woolaston was indicted for stealing a linen handkerchief, value 10 d. the property of Henry De Castro , June 24 . ++ Guilty . W .
  4. William Donaldson, Theft > burglary, 11th July 1770.

    451. (L.) William Donaldson , alias Will. the Carpenter , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Right Hon. Thomas Harley , on the 4th of June , between the hours of three and four in the morning, and stealing one pair of silver c...
  5. William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; John Murray, Theft > burglary; Burry Payne, Theft > burglary; William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; William Slight, Theft > burglary; Henry Jones, Theft > burglary; Burry Payne, Theft > burglary, 11th July 1770.

    419, 420, 421. (M.) William Slight , alias Holtham , Henry Jones , and John Murray , together with John Cole , not yet taken, were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Walter Holland , on the 5th of June , about the hour of one in the n...
  6. Theft > grand larceny; Catherine Graham, Theft > receiving; Theft > grand larceny; Ann Chambers, Theft > receiving, 12th September 1770.

    502, 503. (M.) William alias Christopher Moreton , and Catherine Graham , were indicted, the first for stealing, on the 16th July, a silver punch bowl, value 3 l. a silver punch ladle, value 2 s. four silver table spoons, value 20 s. and four yards of silk...
  7. Theft > grand larceny; Catherine Graham, Theft > receiving; Theft > grand larceny; Ann Chambers, Theft > receiving, 12th September 1770.

    502, 503. (M.) William alias Christopher Moreton , and Catherine Graham , were indicted, the first for stealing, on the 16th July, a silver punch bowl, value 3 l. a silver punch ladle, value 2 s. four silver table spoons, value 20 s. and four yards of silk...
  8. John Brine, Theft > housebreaking, 12th September 1770.

    520. (M.) John Brine, alias Brind , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Kent , on the 27th of August , about the hour of seven in the afternoon, no person being therein, and stealing one hundred and fifty gally tiles, vale ...
  9. Theft > grand larceny; Catherine Graham, Theft > receiving; Theft > grand larceny; Ann Chambers, Theft > receiving, 12th September 1770.

    502, 503. (M.) William alias Christopher Moreton , and Catherine Graham , were indicted, the first for stealing, on the 16th July, a silver punch bowl, value 3 l. a silver punch ladle, value 2 s. four silver table spoons, value 20 s. and four yards of silk...
  10. Theft > grand larceny; Catherine Graham, Theft > receiving; Theft > grand larceny; Ann Chambers, Theft > receiving, 12th September 1770.

    502, 503. (M.) William alias Christopher Moreton , and Catherine Graham , were indicted, the first for stealing, on the 16th July, a silver punch bowl, value 3 l. a silver punch ladle, value 2 s. four silver table spoons, value 20 s. and four yards of silk...

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