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  1. George Purchase, Royal Offences > treason, 18th April 1710.

    The Persons Sworn upon the Jury for George Purchase were as follows. Thomas Sutton , Esq; John Furness John Parsons Joseph Parsons William Hargrave John Meard Edward Boswell Robert Breakspear Richard Bearknife Richard Hazzard Francis Higgins Humphrey Newma...
  2. Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th May 1711.

    Peter Cartwright of St. Pancrass , was indicted for assaulting Robert Short in the Queen's High way, and taking from him a Silver hilted sword , on the 6th of February last. He was again indicted for robbing Joseph Ashton , and taking from him 7 s. in Mone...
  3. Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th May 1711.

    Peter Cartwright of St. Pancrass , was indicted for assaulting Robert Short in the Queen's High way, and taking from him a Silver hilted sword , on the 6th of February last. He was again indicted for robbing Joseph Ashton , and taking from him 7 s. in Mone...
  4. Richard Thornhill, Killing > murder, 16th May 1711.

    Richard Thornhill of St. Margaret's Westminster , was Indicted for the Murder of Sir Cholmley Deering , Baronet , by giving him one Mortal Wound under the Right Pap with a leaden Bullet discharg'd from a Pistol, on the 9th instant, of which he soon after d...
  5. Thomas Perry, Killing > murder, 10th October 1711.

    Thomas Perry , was Indicted for the Murder of Richard Challen , by giving him one Mortal Wound with a drawn Sword, upon the right side of his body near his right Pap, on the 13th of August last, of which he instantly died . He was likewise Indicted upon th...
  6. Anthony Sharlow, Theft > grand larceny; Elizabeth Sharlow, Theft > grand larceny, 10th October 1711.

    Anthony Sharlow and Elizabeth Sharlow , were both indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Hilted Sword , the Goods of John Edward , on the 18th of May last. But none appearing against them, they were acquitted .
  7. John Matthews, Theft > pocketpicking; John Matthews, Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1711.

    John Matthews , of St. Peters Poor , was indicted for privately stealing 24 Ounces of Hair value 3 l. the Goods of John Hains ; it appeared, that the Prisoner came to have his Wig oyl'd and powdered; and desired the Man to do it well, for he had rid above ...
  8. James Yates, Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1711.

    James Yates , of St. Sepulchres , was indicted for feloniously stealing one Gold Watch, value 14 l. one Silver Cup 7 l. one Silver Pint Pot 40 s. 12 Silver Spoons 3 l. one Silver Hilted Sword 30 s. 2 Feather Beds, and divers other things , the Goods of Joh...
  9. John Matthews, Theft > pocketpicking; John Matthews, Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1711.

    John Matthews , of St. Peters Poor , was indicted for privately stealing 24 Ounces of Hair value 3 l. the Goods of John Hains ; it appeared, that the Prisoner came to have his Wig oyl'd and powdered; and desired the Man to do it well, for he had rid above ...
  10. William Lane, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 27th February 1712.

    William Lane , of the Parish of St. James's Westminster , was indicted for assaulting Robert Murrel on the Queen's High way, and taking from him a Sword, value 16 s. on the 15th of February . The Evidence was not sufficient, he was acquitted .

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