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  1. William Bird, Killing > murder, 9th July 1740.

    296. William Bird of Pancras was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes,&c. in and upon Mary Bird his Wife , felonoiusly,&c. did make an Assault, and with both his Hands, in and upon the top of the Head of the said Mary, divers Times, ...
  2. Killing > murder, 25th February 1741.

    48. of London , Gent. was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes, &c. on the 28th Day of Jan in the Parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden , on Alexander Watson , in the Peace, &c. feloniously, willfully, and of his Malice aforethought, did...
  3. John Burnham, Killing > murder, 28th April 1742.

    45. + John Burnham was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes, &c. on Henry Oliver , feloniously, wilfully, &c. did make an Assault, and with a certain Knife made of Iron and Steel, &c. on the right Eye of the said Oliver did strik...
  4. Killing > murder, 28th April 1742.

    8. , of St. Martin in the Fields , was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes, &c. on the 15th of April , on John Gilchrist , in the dwelling House of John Naydon , did make an Assault, and with both his Hands, to and against a certain Cha...
  5. James Annesley, Killing > murder; Joseph Redding, Killing > murder, 15th July 1742.

    THE TRIAL OF James Annesley and Joseph Redding . ON Friday the fourth Day of June 1742, Mr Annesley (being brought up by the Keeper of New Prison) and Joseph Redding (having surrendered himself to take his Trial, pursuant to Notice given to the Prosecutor'...
  6. Samuel Wilson, Killing > manslaughter, 23rd February 1743.

    164. + Samuel Wilson , Gent . was indicted for assaulting James Skerret , Gent . with a certain Sword, of the Value of 2 s. giving him one Mortal Wound upon the Breast Bone, of the Breadth of three Quarters of an Inch, and the Depth of four Inches, of whic...
  7. William Chetwynd, Killing > murder, 12th October 1743.

    504. + William Chetwynd was indicted at Common Law for the Murder of Thomas Ricketts . He was likewise indicted on the Statute of Stabbing by the Name of William Chetwynd, of the Parish of St Ann Westminster, in the County of Middlesex , Gent. for that he ...
  8. Adrian Hambagh, Killing > murder, 12th September 1744.

    410. + Adrian Hambagh , otherwise Kambagh , late of the Liberty of the Tower of London, in the County of Middlesex, was indicted for that he, not having the fear of God before his eyes, but being moved and seduced by the instigation of the devil, on the 4t...
  9. Clement Haggett, Killing > murder, 17th October 1744.

    441.+ Clement Haggett * was indicted for the murder of Samuel Wackett , by giving him with a sword made of Iron and Steel of the value of 12 d. a wound upon the left side of the belly, above the navel, of the breadth of one inch, and the depth of four inch...
  10. Samuel Hurlock, Killing > murder, 4th June 1747.

    252. + Samuel Hurlock was indicted for Willful Murder, and the Indictment sets forth, That he, not having the Fear of God before his Eyes, and being moved by the Instigation of the Devil, on the 11th Day of May , in and upon John Pitts , did feloniously ma...

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