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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+sword' (all words must be present), verdict category is breaking peace and decade is 1730s, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...