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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 1780s, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. JAMES WILSON, Breaking Peace > riot; RICHARD REES, Breaking Peace > riot, 28th June 1780.

    372, 373. JAMES WILSON and RICHARD REES were indicted for that they together with twenty other persons and more, did unlawfully, riotously, and tumultuously assemble, on the 8th of June , to the disturbance of the publick peace, and did begin to demolsh an...
  2. THOMAS MOONEY, Breaking Peace > riot; THOMAS TIPSON, Breaking Peace > riot, 28th June 1780.

    364, 365. THOMAS MOONEY and THOMAS TIPSON were indicted for that they, together with a hundred other persons and more, did, unlawfully, riotously, and tumultuously, assemble, on the 7th of June , to the disturbance of the public peace, and did begin to dem...
  3. THOMAS DOWNS, Breaking Peace > riot, 28th June 1780.

    407. THOMAS DOWNS was indicted for that he together with forty other persons and more, did unlawfully, riotously, and tumultuously assemble, on the 7th of June , to the disturbance of the publick peace, and did begin to demolish and pull down the dwelling ...
  4. FIELDING EMPSON, Breaking Peace > wounding, 25th April 1781.

    261. FIELDING EMPSON was indicted, for that he, with a certain gun, loaded and charged with gunpowder, maliciously and feloniously did shoot at Richard Cook , in a certain close, called Willian's Field . Second Count. That he, with a certain gun, did shoot...
  5. MICHAEL HAMMELL, Breaking Peace > wounding, 4th June 1783.

    372. MICHAEL HAMMELL was indicted for that he, on the 11th day of May last, with a pistol loaded with powder and ball, did feloniously, wilfully, and maliciously, shoot at the Rev. David Henry Durand , Clerk, in the French church, in Spitalfields . DAVID H...