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  1. John Lineham, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Lineham, Theft > burglary, 16th January 1740.

    137. + John Lineham was indicted, (with Teddy Brian , Henry Smith , and John of Gaunt, not taken) for assaulting David Patten , Esq; on the King's Highway, putting him in Fear, &c. and taking from him a Cane with a gold Head, val. 5 l. 5 s. November 4 ...
  2. John Lineham, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Lineham, Theft > burglary, 16th January 1740.

    137. + John Lineham was indicted, (with Teddy Brian , Henry Smith , and John of Gaunt, not taken) for assaulting David Patten , Esq; on the King's Highway, putting him in Fear, &c. and taking from him a Cane with a gold Head, val. 5 l. 5 s. November 4 ...
  3. Eliz Hales, Violent Theft > robbery; Eliz Jarvis, Violent Theft > robbery; Frances Humphryes, Violent Theft > robbery, 27th February 1740.

    153, 154, 155. + Eliz Hales , Eliz Jarvis , and Frances Humphryes , of St. Brides , were indicted for assaulting Charles Dickerson , in the Dwelling House of Godfrey Nodder , putting him Fear, &c. and taking from him a Barragon Coat, val. 25 s. a Pair ...
  4. William Isgrigg, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th April 1740.

    192. + William Isgrigg , of St John Zachary , was indicted for stealing 9 Pair of Mens Silver Shoe buckles, value 5 l. 4 Pair of Silver Knee buckles, val. 20s. 3 Pair of Womens Silver Shoe buckles, val. 24 s. 3 plain Gold Rings, val. 36 s. 2 enamell'd gold...
  5. Rochford Fitzgerald, Deception > forgery, 22nd May 1740.

    261. Rochford Fitzgerald , of St Martin's in the Fields , was indicted, for that he, on the First of February, 1738 feloniously made and forged, and caused to be made and forged, a certain false and counterfeit Order for the Payment of Money , in the Words...
  6. William Bird, Killing > murder, 9th July 1740.

    296. William Bird of Pancras was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes,&c. in and upon Mary Bird his Wife , felonoiusly,&c. did make an Assault, and with both his Hands, in and upon the top of the Head of the said Mary, divers Times, ...
  7. Elizabeth Davis, Theft > theft from a specified place, 9th July 1740.

    287+ Elizabeth Davis , of Allhallows the Great , was indicted for stealing a Silver Tankard , val.6 l.2 Silver Salvers, val.8 l. a Silver Mug , val.30 s.4 Silver Spoons, val.30 s.3 Silver Tea Spoons, val.3 s. a Silver Pepper Box , val.8 s . a Pair of Woman...
  8. Ann Barton, Theft > pocketpicking, 3rd September 1740.

    376. + Ann Barton otherwise Webb , of St Paul's Covent Garden , was indicted for privately stealing a Watch, with the outside and inside Cases made of Gold, val. 10 l. a Chain made of base metal, val. 5 s. a Stone Seal set in base metal, val. 3 s. a silver...
  9. Ann Smith, Theft > other, 25th February 1741.

    49. Ann Smith , was indicted for stealing a Sword with a silver Hilt, the Property of Benjamin Robins , a pair of leather Shoes, a pair of Thread Stockings, a Beaver Hat, and 2 Scarlet Cloaks , the Goods of William Hay , Nov. 27 . Guilty . [Transportation....
  10. Killing > murder, 25th February 1741.

    48. of London , Gent. was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes, &c. on the 28th Day of Jan in the Parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden , on Alexander Watson , in the Peace, &c. feloniously, willfully, and of his Malice aforethought, did...

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