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  1. JOHN THOMPSON, Theft > grand larceny; JAMES JACKSON, Theft > grand larceny, 15th January 1800.

    124. JOHN THOMPSON , alias JONES , and JAMES JACKSON , were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 6th of November , a Bank note, value 15l. and another Bank note, value 10l. the property of Adam Cameron . There being no evidence to identify the notes, ...
  2. JOSHUA PALMER, Theft > receiving, 15th January 1800.

    122. JOSHUA PALMER was indicted for feloniously receiving goods, (which John Hall , Peter Chapman , and Joseph Jones had been convicted of stealing,) knowing the same to have been stolen . ***See the indictment of Hall, Chapman, and Jones, page 88.(The ind...
  3. WILLIAM BIRBECK, Theft > shoplifting, 15th January 1800.

    94. WILLIAM BIRBECK , alias WILLIAM BIRBECK BRANSTON was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 8th of January , twenty four gold rings, value 6l. the property of George Smith and Thomas Hayter , privately in their shop .(The case was opened by Mr. Know...
  4. JANE HUGHES, Theft > grand larceny, 15th January 1800.

    154. JANE HUGHES , alias DAVIS , was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 14th of January , a gown, value 8s. the property of John Crouch .(The prosecutor was called, but not appearing, his recognizance was ordered to be estreated). NOT GUILTY . Tried...
  5. JOHN MAHONEY, Theft > grand larceny, 19th February 1800.

    195. JOHN MAHONEY, alias MICHAEL RYAN , was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 4th of February , a piece of floor cloth, containing seven yards and a half, value 18s. 9d. another piece of floor cloth, containing five yards, value 20s. another piece ...
  6. JOHN BARNETT, Theft > burglary; JOHN COLLEY, Theft > burglary, 2nd April 1800.

    249. JOHN BARNETT alias JACOB FARROW , and JOHN COLLEY , were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Charles Green , about the hour of seven in the night of the 26th of December , and burglariously stealing a silver watch, value 30s. a st...
  7. GEORGE MITCHELL, Theft > grand larceny, 2nd April 1800.

    326. GEORGE MITCHELL , alias RICHARD ASHLEY , alias JOHN ASHLEY , was indict for feloniously stealing, on the 25th of March , three pair of breeches, value 15s. two waistcoats, value 8s. a cloth great coat, value 10s. and a cloth coat, value 10s. the prope...
  8. FRANCES GINGER, Theft > theft from a specified place, 2nd April 1800.

    317. FRANCES GINGER , alias COOPER , was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 11th of March , a sheet, value 2s. the property of Martha Barrett , widow , in a lodging room in her dwelling house, let by contract to the prisoner, and to be used by her w...
  9. WILLIAM HOWARD, Theft > grand larceny; JOHN TAYLOR, Theft > grand larceny; JOHN DALY, Theft > grand larceny, 2nd April 1800.

    289. WILLIAM HOWARD , alias MASON , JOHN TAYLOR and JOHN DALY were indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 11th of March , a trunk, value 10s. a pair of boots, value 10s. a pair of shoes, value 6d. a pair of slippers, value 6d. two great coats, value 1l....
  10. WILLIAM THOMAS, Theft > grand larceny, 2nd April 1800.

    329. WILLIAM THOMAS, alias THOMPSON , was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 1st of April , a pound of coffee, value 1s. the property of James Casino . JOHN WILLIAM CHAPMAN sworn. I am servant to my father, who is one of the Skinners porters upon th...

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