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  1. William Jones, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 27th April 1720.

    William Jones , alias Charles Cammel , of St. Mary White Chapel was indicted for Assaulting Hester Pepper on the High Way, putting her in fear, and taking from her a Pocket, 2 Snuff Boxes, 3 Handkerchiefs, 2 Pen Knives and 1 s. 6 d. in Money, the Goods and...
  2. James Vanderbrook, Violent Theft > robbery, 2nd June 1720.

    James Vanderbrook , alias Vandermark , of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted for Assaulting John Todd , putting him in Fear, and taking from him by Force 30 Guineas , on the 24th of May last. It appeared that the Prosecutor was a Stay Maker , and goi...
  3. William Fletcher, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 12th October 1720.

    William Fletcher , alias Fellowes , of St. Brides , was indicted for Assaulting Richard Schingle on the High Way, putting him in Fear. and taking from him a Hat value 5 s. and a Perriwig value 5 l. on the 12th of September last. The Prosecutor deposed, tha...
  4. William Spigget, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Phillips, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Spigget, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Phillips, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Heater, Theft > receiving, 13th January 1721.

    William Spigget alias Spiggot , and Thomas Phillips alias Cross , having had several Bills of Indictment for Robbing on the High Way, found against them by the Grand Jury, were brought to the Bar to be Arraigned and take their Trials, but they stood Mute, ...
  5. William Spigget, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Bourroughs, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 13th January 1721.

    William Spigget alias Spiggot was again Indicted with William Bourroughs of Finchley , for Assaulting Charles Sybbald on the High Way on the 25th of August last; putting him in fear. and taking from him 15 Guineas and 10 Shillings in Money . Joseph Lindsey...
  6. William Spigget, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Phillips, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Spigget, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Phillips, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Heater, Theft > receiving, 13th January 1721.

    William Spigget alias Spiggot , and Thomas Phillips alias Cross , having had several Bills of Indictment for Robbing on the High Way, found against them by the Grand Jury, were brought to the Bar to be Arraigned and take their Trials, but they stood Mute, ...
  7. Edward Gwin, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Wood, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 1st March 1721.

    Edward Gwin alias Godfrey , and John Wood of St. Botolph without Aldgate , were indicted Assaulting Ann Parthyday on the High Way on the of May last, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Moidore, a Jacobus, 2 Silk Handkerchiefs, and s. in Money. The ...
  8. Nathaniel Armstrong, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Humphrey Finger, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 6th December 1721.

    Nathaniel, alias William Armstrong , and Humphrey Finger of St. Martins in the Fields , were indicted for assaulting Richard Philpot , on the Highway, putting him in fear, and taking from him a Silver Watch, value 7 l. a Guinea, and a Broad piece , on the ...
  9. James Shaw, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Richard Norton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Shaw, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Shaw, Killing > murder, 12th January 1722.

    James Shaw, alias Smith, alias Thomson , and Richard Norton, alias Watkins , of St. Pancras , were indicted for assaulting Charles Hungate on the Highway, and taking from him a black Gelding. value 10 l. a Bridle and Saddle. 5 s. the Goods of Robert Adams ...
  10. James Shaw, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Richard Norton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Shaw, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Shaw, Killing > murder, 12th January 1722.

    James Shaw, alias Smith, alias Thomson , and Richard Norton, alias Watkins , of St. Pancras , were indicted for assaulting Charles Hungate on the Highway, and taking from him a black Gelding. value 10 l. a Bridle and Saddle. 5 s. the Goods of Robert Adams ...

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