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  1. Lionell Lias, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th January 1730.

    Lionell Lias , of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted for stealing a Silver hilted Sword, value 3 l. the Goods of John Shotan in the House of Jane Rudd , January 13 . John Shotan thus depos'd, on Tuesday last, my Sword was stole out of Rudd's Coffee H...
  2. William Newcomb, Theft > burglary, 28th February 1730.

    William Newcomb , was indicted for burglariously breaking the Houses of Mr. Philip Barret , and Henry Hoar , Esq ; in the Night time , the 18th of January last, with an Intent to steal . Mr. Barret depos'd, That he going upon his Leads, saw a Book, and too...
  3. Gerald Fitzgerald, Killing > murder, 28th February 1730.

    Gerald Fitzgerald , of St. Martin's in the Fields , was indicted for the Murther of Robert Whitley , by giving him one Mortal Wound near the Right Pap, of the Length of one Inch, and the Depth of ten Inches, on the 5th of this Instant February , of which h...
  4. David Murphey, Killing > murder, 28th August 1730.

    David Murphey , of Chiswick , Gent. was indicted for the Murther of Ulysses Lynch , Gent. by giving him one Mortal Wound with a Sword on the Breast, of the Length of half an Inch, and the Depth of six Inches, of which he instantly dy'd , the 19th of August...
  5. Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > robbery, 14th October 1730.

    Hugh Morris , Robert Johnson and James Bryan , alias Brien, alias Obrien , of St. Mary le Savoy , were indicted for assaulting Jane Kidd on the King's Highway, putting her in fear of her Life, and taking from her one Gold Ring, set with Diamonds, value 15 ...
  6. Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > robbery, 14th October 1730.

    Hugh Morris , Robert Johnson and James Bryan , alias Brien, alias Obrien , of St. Mary le Savoy , were indicted for assaulting Jane Kidd on the King's Highway, putting her in fear of her Life, and taking from her one Gold Ring, set with Diamonds, value 15 ...
  7. Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > robbery, 14th October 1730.

    Hugh Morris , Robert Johnson and James Bryan , alias Brien, alias Obrien , of St. Mary le Savoy , were indicted for assaulting Jane Kidd on the King's Highway, putting her in fear of her Life, and taking from her one Gold Ring, set with Diamonds, value 15 ...
  8. Thomas Hassel, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th October 1730.

    Thomas Hassel , of St. Mary Woolnoth , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Bank Note of 50l. signed by Joshua Odams , for the Company of the Bank of England, which Note was payable to Francis Reynolds , Esq; or Bearer, and was then the Property of John...
  9. Mary Tonson, Theft > grand larceny, 4th December 1730.

    Mary Tonson , alias Shilback , of St. Sepulchres , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Ridinghood, value 10 s. and other Goods , the Property of Henry Kirkpatrick , the 30th of October last. The Prosecutor depos'd, That he being in Liquor, was going Ho...
  10. Anne Knowland, Theft > pocketpicking, 15th January 1731.

    Anne Knowland , of St. Catharines Coleman , was indicted for privately taking from the Person of John Blake , 46 Guineas, a French Pistole, a Silver Watch, value 4l. and a Silver Snuff Box, value 10 s. the 10th of December last. The Prosecutor depos'd, Tha...

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