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  1. Peter Richardson, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1680.

    Peter Richardson was Indicted and Arraigned, for that he the said Richardson, in the company of three more did Felloniously take and bear away, after having forced and broken open the Chamber door of Mark Trout of New Inn, in the Parish of St.Clements Dean...
  2. Andrian Scroop, Killing > murder, 15th January 1680.

    Andrian Scroop was Indicted for committing Murther on the Body of William Best , at a certain Tavern in Kings street Westminster , the circumstances as they were sworn in Court, are as follows, that the deceased and the Prisoner being at the said Tavern in...
  3. Tobias Butler, Killing > murder; Mary Talbot, Killing > murder, 26th February 1680.

    Tobias Butler was Indicted for Killing Mr. Simonds in Gardeners Lane in King street Westminster on the 17th of February last , it being proved that he and his Brother had watched for the Party diceased, not only that day, but the day before was seen to wat...
  4. John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary; John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary, 21st April 1680.

    John Ralphs and Clement Sells , two notorious Offendors, were likewise Indicted for two notorious Fellonies and Burglaries, the first upon the house of John Bewing of Willsdon , being eight in Company they enterred, and binding all the Family except the Ma...
  5. John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary; John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary, 21st April 1680.

    John Ralphs and Clement Sells , two notorious Offendors, were likewise Indicted for two notorious Fellonies and Burglaries, the first upon the house of John Bewing of Willsdon , being eight in Company they enterred, and binding all the Family except the Ma...
  6. Edward Harrison, Killing > murder, 21st April 1680.

    Edward Harrison was Inddicted and Arraigned for Felloniously murthering of one John Jacob , on Shrove munday last in King street Westminster (for now of late that Scarlet Crime is grown so frequent, that it commonly concludes mutual friendship in such a Tr...
  7. Doughty, Killing > murder; Hambleton, Killing > murder, 7th July 1680.

    But the most remarkable Trial was of two Gentlemen of considerable quality , viz. Mr. Doughty and Mr. Hambleton , for killing one Philip Caps a Coachman ; touching which a multitude of Witnesses were Examin'd, and the Circumstances were too many and variou...
  8. John Salter, Killing > murder, 10th September 1680.

    The next was one John Salter , of the Parish of St. Martins in the fields , who was Indicted for being an Aider and Abetter to one Henry Lee , now fled, in the Murthering of one Mr. Dobson , the manner thus: They being together at Lieutenant Griffin's Cham...
  9. John Gibbons, Killing > murder, 13th October 1680.

    John Gibbons was Arraigned and tried for the Murther of William Smith , the manner as followeth. The Deceased being by Profession a Taylor , and working with one Mr. Grimes in St. Pauls Covent Garden , where the Prisoner had put a Suit of Cloathes to alter...
  10. John Winel, Killing > murder; John King, Killing > murder, 17th October 1681.

    John Winel , and John King , were Indicted for Murdering Robert Reeks a Yeoman of the Gaurd in the Parish of St. Clements Danes , the manner thus, they accidentally meeting in a Coffe house near the Maypolefell to quarryling about drinking of Healths, wher...

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