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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+sword' (all words must be present), verdict category is deception and decade is 1780s, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud; KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud, 15th September 1784.

    826. KYRIN RYEN was indicted, for that he being a person of a wicked mind and disposition, and well knowing, that Patrick Welch, deceased, lately served our Lord the King, on board the Asia, and that certain wages and pay were due to him, and dewsing and i...
  2. KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud; KYRIN RYEN, Deception > fraud, 15th September 1784.

    826. KYRIN RYEN was indicted, for that he being a person of a wicked mind and disposition, and well knowing, that Patrick Welch, deceased, lately served our Lord the King, on board the Asia, and that certain wages and pay were due to him, and dewsing and i...
  3. SAMUEL BURT, Deception > forgery, 19th July 1786.

    591. SAMUEL BURT was indicted, for that he on the 17th day of July last, feloniously, and falsly, did make, forge, and counterfeit, and cause and procure to be made forged and counterfeited, and willingly act and assist in the false making, forging, and co...
  4. THOMAS REILLY, Deception > fraud; ABRAHAM DAVIS, Deception > fraud, 12th September 1787.

    781. THOMAS REILLY and ABRAHAM DAVIS were indicted, for that they, well knowing that James Lewis deceased had really served the King, as a mariner on board the Hannibal, and that certain wages and pay were due to him, the said James Lewis , at the time of ...