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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+sword' (all words must be present), verdict category is killing and decade is 1720s, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. James Smith, Killing > murder, 2nd June 1720.

    James Smith , of St. Margarets Westminster , was indicted for the Murder of Mongo Campbell on the 5th of April last, by giving him a Mortal Wound with a drawn Sword under the Right Pap, of the breadth of a quarter of an Inch, and the depth of 5 Inches, of ...
  2. Roger Mansuer, Killing > murder; Mary Chapman, Killing > murder; Elizabeth Johnson, Killing > murder, 12th July 1720.

    Roger Mansuer , Mary Chapman and Elizabeth Johnson , of St. James's Westminster , were indicted, the former for the Murder of James White , by giving him a Mortal Wound on his Right Side near the Right Pap of the breadth of a quarter of an Inch, and the de...
  3. Morrice Fitzgerald, Killing > murder, 12th July 1720.

    Morrice Fitzgerald , of the Parish of St. Martin's in the Fields , Gent. was indicted for the Murder of Peter Parry on the 29th of May last, by giving him a Mortal Wound in the Right part of the Back near the Shoulder, of the breadth of 4 Inches and the de...
  4. Roger Mansuer, Killing > murder; Mary Chapman, Killing > murder; Elizabeth Johnson, Killing > murder, 12th July 1720.

    Roger Mansuer , Mary Chapman and Elizabeth Johnson , of St. James's Westminster , were indicted, the former for the Murder of James White , by giving him a Mortal Wound on his Right Side near the Right Pap of the breadth of a quarter of an Inch, and the de...
  5. Giles Hill, Killing > murder, 7th September 1720.

    Giles Hill , of St. Sepulchres , London, Gent. was indicted for the Murder of Nicholas Moore , Esq . by giving him one Mortal Wound with a Sword near the Left Armpit, of the length of one Inch and the depth of ten Inches, on the 26th of August last, of whi...
  6. Edward Ely, Killing > murder, 7th December 1720.

    Edward Ely was indicted by a special Commission pursuant to the Statute of 33 Hen. 8. Chap.23 for the Murder of Charles Bignell , in a Certain Island near the Dahlers in the Kingdom of Sweden in parts beyond the Seas; for that he the said Edward Ely on the...
  7. James Melton, Killing > murder, 13th January 1721.

    James Melton , of the Parish of Pancras in Middlesex , was indicted for the Murder of Thomas Lewis , by giving him one Mortal Wound in the Left Pap with a drawn Sword, of the breadth of half an Inch and the depth of 6 Inches, of which he instantly died . H...
  8. Dennis Connel, Killing > murder, 1st March 1721.

    Dennis Connel , of St. Brides , was indicted for the Murder of Thomas Wix ; for that William Hargrove , not yet taken, did Assault the said Thomas Wix on the 2d of February last, and gave him 1 Mortal Wound with a drawn Sword in the Left part of the Body n...
  9. John Turner, Killing > murder, 25th May 1721.

    John Turner , of St. Mary in the Savoy , was indicted for the Murder of John Milton , by giving him one Mortal Wound with a Sword on the Forehead, on the 8th of April last, of which he languished till the 19th. and then Died . He was indicted a second time...
  10. William Makepeace, Killing > murder, 30th August 1721.

    William Makepeace , of Hellingdon , was indicted for the Murder of Azariah Folgamb , on the 2d of August last, by giving him one Mortal Wound with a drawn Sword above the Right Breast of the length of half an Inch, and the Depth of 4 Inches, of which he in...

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