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  1. Richard Thornhill, Killing > murder, 16th May 1711.

    Richard Thornhill of St. Margaret's Westminster , was Indicted for the Murder of Sir Cholmley Deering , Baronet , by giving him one Mortal Wound under the Right Pap with a leaden Bullet discharg'd from a Pistol, on the 9th instant, of which he soon after d...
  2. Thomas Perry, Killing > murder, 10th October 1711.

    Thomas Perry , was Indicted for the Murder of Richard Challen , by giving him one Mortal Wound with a drawn Sword, upon the right side of his body near his right Pap, on the 13th of August last, of which he instantly died . He was likewise Indicted upon th...
  3. Patrick French, Killing > murder, 10th September 1712.

    Patrick French , of the Parish of St. James Clerkenwell , was indicted for the Murder of Ingram Thwaits , on the 14th of August last, by giving him a Mortal Wound under the right Pap, of the breadth of one Inch. and the depth of six Inches, of which Wound ...
  4. John Hamilton, Killing > murder, 10th December 1712.

    John Hamilton , Esq ; of the Parish of St. Martin in the Fields , was indicted for the Murder of Charles Lord Mohun, Baron of Okehampton , on the 15th of November last, by comforting, aiding, abetting, and assisting the most Noble James Duke of Hamilton an...
  5. Christopher Bannister, Killing > murder; Elizabeth Roberts, Killing > murder, 25th February 1713.

    Christopher Bannister and Elizabeth Roberts of the Parish of St. John Wapping , were indicted for the Murder of Powel Revel on the 8th of January last; he for giving him a Mortal Wound with a Hanger on the left side of his Belly near the Navel, of the brea...
  6. Christopher Plunket, Killing > murder, 7th April 1714.

    Christopher Plunket , Esq ; of the Parish of St. Dunstan in the West , was Indicted for the Murder of Robert Moor , Gent on the 23d of February last, by giving him a Mortal Wound on the left side of the Body near the Groin, of the breath of half an inch, a...
  7. Killing > murder, 30th June 1714.

    C G , was indicted for the Murder of Henry Mead , by giving him a Mortal Bruise, with a Cane, value 1.s. on the left side of his Head, near the Forehead, on the 4th of June , of which he languish'd till the [Text unreadable in original.] and then dy'd. It ...
  8. James Deciers, Killing > murder, 30th June 1714.

    James Deciers , of the Parish of St. Martin in the Fields , was indicted for the Murder of Patrick Drew on the 19th of June , by giving him a Mortal wound with a Rapier, on the back Part of his Body near the Rump Bone, of which he languish'd till the 23d o...
  9. G - P -, Killing > murder, 8th September 1714.

    G P , Gent. was indicted for the Murder of Dudley Moor , Esq ; on the 25th of August last, by giving him a Mortal Wound with a Rapier of the Breadth of one Inch, and the depth of 10 Inches, of which he languish'd till the 1st of September and then dy'd . T...
  10. Henry Plunket, Killing > murder, 8th September 1714.

    Henry Plunket , of the Parish of St. Ann Westminster , was indicted for the Murther of Thomas Brown , by cutting his Throat with a Razor , on the 30th Day of August last. The first Witness was a Servant in the House where the Deceas'd lodg'd, who swore, Th...

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