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  1. JAMES PHEALEN, Theft > grand larceny; THOMAS MULLINS, Theft > grand larceny, 24th April 1790.

    423. JAMES PHEALEN and THOMAS MULLINS were indicted for stealing, on the 4th day of March , a linen towel, value 10 d. and two cotton doyleys, value 10 d. the property of Alexander Annesley . (The witnesses examined separate.) ALEXANDER ANNESLEY sworn. I l...
  2. JOHN FINCHAM, Theft > housebreaking, 15th September 1790.

    598. JOHN FINCHAM was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Bullock , about the hour of one in the afternoon, on the 5th day of September , one John Corne and Askew in the same dwelling house then being, and felonious...
  3. ANN KING, Theft > shoplifting, 12th January 1791.

    57. ANN KING was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 22d of December last, ten yards of printed callico, value 20 s. the property of Thomas Ashby , privily in his shop . (The witnesses examined separate.) THOMAS ASHBY sworn. I am a linen draper , in ...
  4. GEORGE DINGLER, Killing > murder, 14th September 1791.

    312. GEORGE DINGLER was indicted for that he, not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil, on the 16th of August last, in the parish of St. Margaret, Westminster , in and upon Jane his wife , in t...
  5. ROBERT NORRIS, Royal Offences > tax offences, 15th February 1792.

    156. ROBERT NORRIS was indicted for that he, in company with John Cooke , on the 27th of December, in the 31st year of his present Majesty's reign , in the parish of Cobham, in the county of Kent , on Robert Lidden , an excise officer of our Lord the King,...
  6. JOHN GABRIEL, Theft > theft from a specified place, 11th September 1793.

    557. JOHN GABRIEL was indicted for stealing, on the 10th of August , two silver candlesticks, value 5 l. the goods of William Burch , Esq . in his dwelling house . JOHN OAKLY sworn. I am a servant to Mr. Taylor; I saw the prisoner, John Gabriel , come out ...
  7. WILLIAM THOMAS, Theft > burglary, 4th December 1793.

    30. WILLIAM THOMAS was indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the house of John Coleman , about the hour of seven in the night of the 16th of November , and burglariously stealing therein a feather bed, value 2l. a looking glass in a mahogany fra...
  8. JOSEPH BARRETT, Theft > theft from a specified place, 15th January 1794.

    75. JOSEPH BARRETT was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 1st of January , a cotton gown, value 10s. a linen gown, value 4s. a black calimanco petticoat, value 8s. a flannel petticoat, value 2s. three womens linen shifts, value 8s. three pair of whit...
  9. WILLIAM LEESON, Violent Theft > robbery, 16th July 1794.

    386. WILLIAM LEESON was indicted for feloniously making an assault on Edmund Cox , on the 29th of June , putting him in fear, and feloniously taking from his person and against his will, half a guinea, two half crowns, and four shillings and six pence; his...
  10. MICHAEL MITCHELL, Royal Offences > tax offences, 17th September 1794.

    466. MICHAEL MITCHELL was indicted for that he, on the 24th of January , on John Collings , an officer of the excise , on shore, in the due execution of his duty, in seizing for our Lord the King, four gallons of spirituous liquors, liable to be seized, un...

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