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  1. Breaking Peace > wounding, 5th June 1679.

    A Gentleman having (but ungenteely at the Devil Tavern ) ran another into the belly, and quite through the body; a very dangerous wound, upon scarce any provocation, and before the other so much as saw his sword, the same being drawn under the Table, he wa...
  2. Christopher Cain, Breaking Peace > wounding, 10th December 1684.

    Christopher Cain , Indicted for wounding Mr. Hawkins and Mr. Griffin , in the Parish of St. Andrew Holbourn , it appeared, that Hawkins imploying Griffin to Arrest him, who with Hawkins and divers others entring his Lodging, and passing up stairs, he drew ...
  3. Thomas Leech, Breaking Peace > wounding, 13th January 1688.

    Thomas Leech , was Indicted for Assaulting and Wounding Edward Wybourne , drawing his Sword upon him, and giving him dangerous Wounds, so that the Chirurgeon declared, he had like to have endangered his Life ; was brought in guilty . [Whipping. See summary...
  4. Robert Peel, Breaking Peace > assault, 5th November 1716.

    Robert Peel was indicted for an Assault committed on the Bodies of William Harrison , John Pettit , and Thomas Jucy on the 14th of October last. The Prosecutors deposed, that going out of Curiosity to the Nonjuring Meeting in Scroops Court , on the 14th of...
  5. Joseph Shanon, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Shannon, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Elizabeth George, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Elizabeth George, Theft > grand larceny; Joseph Shanon, Breaking Peace > assault; Joseph Shannon, Breaking Peace > assault, 15th October 1718.

    Joseph Shanon and Elizabeth George , were indicted for assaulting James Martin on the King's Highway. and feloniously taking from him a Hat, value 10 s. the 9th of September last. Elizabeth George was indicted a second time for stealing a Wig, value 5 l. t...
  6. Charles Mac-cave, Breaking Peace > riot; Edward Dun, Breaking Peace > riot; Edward Galloway, Breaking Peace > riot, 28th February 1722.

    Charles Mac cave , Edward Dun , and Edward Galloway , of St. Paul's Covent Garden , were indicted for a Misdemeanor in Riotously assaulting several Constables, in the execution of their Office ; on the 21st of December last. Thomas Burt Constable, produced...
  7. John Lant, Breaking Peace > riot; Richard Ayres, Breaking Peace > riot; David Kite, Breaking Peace > riot; John Ambler, Breaking Peace > riot, 4th December 1723.

    John Lant , Richard Ayres , David Kite and John Ambler , were indicted for a Misdemeanor, for that they, with 500 others, did on the 23d of July at Night, in the Year 1723 . with Force and Arms, unlawfully, riotously, and tumultuously , assemble together, ...
  8. Eccles Russel, Breaking Peace > riot; Eccles Russel, Miscellaneous > other, 13th January 1727.

    Eccles Russel , Gent . of the Parish of St. George the Martyr was indicted for a Misdemeanor, for that he and three other Persons unknown, on the 20th of November last, did in a riotous Manner meet together about one o'Clock in the Night of the same Day, a...
  9. Mark Halpen, Breaking Peace > assault, 11th September 1734.

    71. Mark Halpen , was indicted for assaulting and wounding Peter Hawkins , one of the Clerks of the Exchequer , in the Execution of his Office . Mr. Hawkins. On the 30th of June was Twelvemonth, about seven in the Evening, I was going to my Seat in the Exc...
  10. Robert Page, Breaking Peace > riot; William Orman Rod, Breaking Peace > riot; Thomas Putrode, Breaking Peace > riot; Robert Page, Breaking Peace > assault, 13th October 1736.

    5, 6, 7. Robert Page , William Orman Rod and Thomas Putrode , were indicted, for that they being Persons of evil Minds and Dispositions, with divers other Disturbers of the Peace, armed with Clubs, Sticks, Stones, &c. and unlawfully devising and contri...

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