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

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  1. Matthew Coppinger, Theft > theft from a specified place; Matthew Coppinger, Violent Theft > robbery; Matthew Coppinger, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 20th February 1695.

    Matthew Coppinger was tried for entring the house of Mary Mottershed in the day time, and putting her in Fear, taking away a Watch value 7l. and 7l. in money . Mrs. Mottershed swore, that the Prisoner came to her House with another man, one B and told her ...
  2. Eccles Russel, Breaking Peace > riot; Eccles Russel, Miscellaneous > other, 13th January 1727.

    Eccles Russel , Gent . of the Parish of St. George the Martyr was indicted for a Misdemeanor, for that he and three other Persons unknown, on the 20th of November last, did in a riotous Manner meet together about one o'Clock in the Night of the same Day, a...
  3. Richard Coyle, Killing > murder; Richard Coyle, Miscellaneous > piracy, 24th February 1737.

    Clerk of Arraigns. Richard Coyle , hold up your Hand. Gentlemen of the Jury, look upon the Prisoner, and hearken to his Cause. He stands indicted by the Name of Richard Coyle , late of London, Mariner , for that he, together with John Richardson , Caleb La...
  4. John Read, Miscellaneous > returning from transportation, 30th May 1770.

    401. (M.) John Read , otherwise David Miller, otherwise John Miller , was indicted for returning from transportation before the expiration of his time , May 14 . * The evidences were examined apart, at the request of the prisoner. The record of his trial a...
  5. CHARLES BURTON, Theft > burglary; FRANCIS PHANIX, Theft > burglary; EDWARD FLANNAGAN, Theft > burglary; HENRY ONES, Theft > burglary; LYON LYONS, Miscellaneous > perverting justice; MARY HARRIS, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 9th January 1772.

    166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171. (L.) CHARLES BURTON , FRANCIS PHANIX , otherwise FINNIKIN , EDWARD FLANNAGAN , HENRY ONES , otherwise OWEN , LYON LYONS , and MARY HARRIS , were indicted, the first four for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Sir Robe...