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  1. SARAH BRANDAN, Theft > grand larceny, 22nd February 1781.

    177. SARAH BRANDAN alias GALWAY , spinster , was indicted for stealing ten guineas in monies numbered , the property of Charles Keeling , January 13th . SAMUEL COLLINS sworn. On Friday the 2 d of February, Charles Keeling came to my house and said he had b...
  2. JOHN M'NEIL, Theft > grand larceny; WILLIAM JOHN RIDGELY, Theft > grand larceny, 30th May 1781.

    360, 361. JOHN M'NEIL and WILLIAM JOHN RIDGELY , otherwise RICHLEY , were indicted for stealing 2,400 yards of thread lace, value 1000 l. the property of Harbin Elderton , May the 11th . HARBIN ELDERTON sworn. I advertised a sale of thread lace, for the 10...
  3. WILLIAM ROBERTS, Theft > theft from a specified place, 20th February 1782.

    182. WILLIAM ROBERTS, alias CUTLER was indicted for stealing on the 18th of January last, four cotton handkerchiefs, value 40 s. one piece of striped cotton, value 34 s. twenty five yards of dowlass, and other things to the value of about 7 l. in the dwell...
  4. WILLIAM PHILLIS, Theft > grand larceny, 10th April 1782.

    315. WILLIAM PHILLIS , alias WEVELL , was indicted, for feloniously stealing, on the 1st of February last, five pieces of gold coin, called guineas, value 5 l. 5 s. the monies of Thomas Clarke . THOMAS CLARKE sworn. On the 1st of February last, near eleven...
  5. JOHN WILLIAMSON, Theft > burglary; JOHN M'CARTY, Theft > burglary; JOHN MILLS, Theft > burglary, 10th April 1782.

    282. 283. 284. JOHN WILLIAMSON , otherwise Winkle , JOHN M'CARTY , and JOHN MILLS , were indicted for feloniously and burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Morley and Samuel Pinder , on the 26th of Feb. last, and stealing one pa...
  6. JAMES KENNEDY, Theft > grand larceny; THOMAS PHILLIPS, Theft > grand larceny, 11th September 1782.

    515. JAMES KENNEDY alias MURPHEY , and THOMAS PHILLIPS were indicted for stealing on the 23d of August last, one box, value 6 d. and ten printed books, value 5 s. and one memorandum book, value 1 d. the property of James Hand . JAMES HAND sworn. I am a map...
  7. MARY TUCKER, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th September 1782.

    512. MARY TUCKER alias HUMPHRIES was indicted for stealing on the 26th of July last, one guinea, one half guinea, and twelve shillings in monies numbered, the property of Robert Reed , privily from his person . ROBERT REED sworn. I know the prisoner, I was...
  8. ABRAHAM MACUMACK, Theft > grand larceny; ROBERT BOB PARSONS, Theft > grand larceny, 11th September 1782.

    499. ABRAHAM MACUMACK and ROBERT PARSONS , alias BOB THE BARBER , were indicted for stealing on the 24th of June , one hempen bag, value 2 d. and two hundred pounds weight of cochineal, value 180 l. the goods of Peter Thellusson and Co. There was no eviden...
  9. MARY BARRETT, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th September 1782.

    541. MARY alias MARIA BARRETT was indicted for stealing on the 23d of July last, on e silver watch, value 40 s. one silver chain, value 20 s. and one silver seal, value 6 d. the property of Thomas Isaac Howell , privily from his person . THOMAS ISAAC HOWEL...
  10. WILLIAM BAILY, Theft > grand larceny, 16th October 1782.

    629. WILLIAM BAILY alias DEAN was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 18th of September last, fourteen pewter plates, value 10 s. the goods of William Roberts . WILLIAM ROBERTS sworn. I keep the Yorkshire Stingo, in the New Road, Paddington ; on the 1...

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