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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 1770s, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. David Roche, Killing > murder, 6th December 1775.

    33. Captain ROCHE, on Saturday the 8th of December, was brought to the bar, to be tried on a special commission, for the murder of Captain David Fergusson beyond sea. INDICTMENT. THE Jurors for our lord the King upon their oath present, That David Roche , ...
  2. JOSEPH HUNT, Killing > murder; MATTHEW PORTER, Killing > murder, 9th January 1776.

    192, 193, 194. JOSEPH HUNT and MATTHEW PORTER were indicted, together with JAMES ROUPELL (not in custody) the first for the wilful murder of Richard Smith , and the other two for feloniously, wilfully, and of their malice aforethought, being present, aidin...
  3. BENNET STORER, Killing > other, 15th January 1777.

    115. BENNET STORER , Clerk , was indicted on the Coroner's inquisition, for that he feloniously did shoot off a pistol loaded with gunpowder and a leaden bullet at and against George Keith , thereby giving unto him one mortal wound in and through his body ...
  4. EDWARD EDDES, Killing > murder, 15th January 1777.

    113. EDWARD EDDES was indicted for that he with a drawn sword of the value of 12 d. feloniously, wilfully, and of his malice aforethought did strike, penetrate, and thrust one George Weaver in and upon the right side of his body, under his right shoulder, ...
  5. JOSEPH RELPH, Killing > murder, 9th December 1778.

    66. JOSEPH RELPH , mariner , was indicted for the wilful murther of Andrew Schultz , Nov. 26th . [He stood charged on the Coroner's inquisition, for feloniously killing and slaying the said Andrew.] JOHN CLEAR sworn. I am beadle of Wapping . I was called u...