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  1. Christopher Matthews, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Christopher Matthews, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 3rd March 1720.

    Christopher Matthews was, indicted for Assaulting Rhodea Peck on the High Way, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Portmanteau, 20 Guineas, a Gold Ring, 10 Holland Shirts, a pair of Silver Spurs, a Suit of Head clothes. &c. the Goods of George R...
  2. Christopher Matthews, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Christopher Matthews, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 3rd March 1720.

    Christopher Matthews was, indicted for Assaulting Rhodea Peck on the High Way, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Portmanteau, 20 Guineas, a Gold Ring, 10 Holland Shirts, a pair of Silver Spurs, a Suit of Head clothes. &c. the Goods of George R...
  3. James Shepherd, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 3rd March 1720.

    James Shepherd , of St. Martins in the Fields was indicted for Assaulting John Trelawny Esq ; on High Way putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Cane with a Gold Head, a Sword a Watch a Guinea and 4 s. in Money , on Dec. 16 last. The Prosecutor deposed...
  4. James Smith, Killing > murder, 2nd June 1720.

    James Smith , of St. Margarets Westminster , was indicted for the Murder of Mongo Campbell on the 5th of April last, by giving him a Mortal Wound with a drawn Sword under the Right Pap, of the breadth of a quarter of an Inch, and the depth of 5 Inches, of ...
  5. John Gambol, Theft > burglary, 2nd June 1720.

    John Gambol , of Alhallows Barkin , was indicted for breaking the House of Gabriel Whitacre , on the 23d of December last in the Night time, and feloniously stealing thence a Leather Trunk, a pair of Sheets, 5 Guineas, 3 l. in Money, &c. the Goods and ...
  6. David Lazenby, Theft > burglary; David Lazenby, Theft > burglary, 12th July 1720.

    David Lazenby , of St. Andrew's Holbourn , was indicted for breaking open the House of Charles Wood , Esq ; in the Night time, and taking thence 16 Holland Shirts, 6 Sheets, 5 Holland Bands, 4 Pillowbears, 6 Muslin Cravats, a Beaver Hat, a Cloth Coat and W...
  7. Roger Mansuer, Killing > murder; Mary Chapman, Killing > murder; Elizabeth Johnson, Killing > murder, 12th July 1720.

    Roger Mansuer , Mary Chapman and Elizabeth Johnson , of St. James's Westminster , were indicted, the former for the Murder of James White , by giving him a Mortal Wound on his Right Side near the Right Pap of the breadth of a quarter of an Inch, and the de...
  8. Lucius Owen, Theft > grand larceny, 12th July 1720.

    Lucius Owen , of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously stealing a pair of Silver Buckles value 2 s. and a Sword value 10 s. the Goods of Edward Barcock , on the 13th of July last. It appeared that the Prosecutor had been at the Restorati...
  9. Roger Mansuer, Killing > murder; Mary Chapman, Killing > murder; Elizabeth Johnson, Killing > murder, 12th July 1720.

    Roger Mansuer , Mary Chapman and Elizabeth Johnson , of St. James's Westminster , were indicted, the former for the Murder of James White , by giving him a Mortal Wound on his Right Side near the Right Pap of the breadth of a quarter of an Inch, and the de...
  10. Morrice Fitzgerald, Killing > murder, 12th July 1720.

    Morrice Fitzgerald , of the Parish of St. Martin's in the Fields , Gent. was indicted for the Murder of Peter Parry on the 29th of May last, by giving him a Mortal Wound in the Right part of the Back near the Shoulder, of the breadth of 4 Inches and the de...

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