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  1. Edward Thornton, Royal Offences > other, 1st September 1686.

    Edward Thornton , of the parish of Chypenham in the County of Middlesex, was Indicted for absenting himself from his Majestys Service, without leave or Licence, on the 21st. of June last past . After the Council for the King had opened the Cause against th...
  2. Charles Putnam, Royal Offences > coining offences; Thomas Putnam, Royal Offences > coining offences; Francis Moore, Royal Offences > coining offences, 12th October 1692.

    Charles Putnam , Thomas Putnam , Labourers , and Francis Moore , Gent. were all three Indicted and Tryed for High Treason, in Cutting, Clipping, Filing and Diminishing the Currant Coin of this Kingdom, &c. The Witnesses for the King declared, That Char...
  3. George Purchase, Royal Offences > treason, 18th April 1710.

    The Persons Sworn upon the Jury for George Purchase were as follows. Thomas Sutton , Esq; John Furness John Parsons Joseph Parsons William Hargrave John Meard Edward Boswell Robert Breakspear Richard Bearknife Richard Hazzard Francis Higgins Humphrey Newma...
  4. Lewis Amond de la Cour, Royal Offences > seditious words, 23rd February 1715.

    Lewis Amond de la Cour , was indicted for a Misdemeanor, in speaking dangerous Words against his Majesty . It was positively sworn by one Witness, That the Prisoner utter'd himself in French to this Purpose, King George has not any just Protection to the C...
  5. Robert Foot, Royal Offences > coining offences, 10th September 1718.

    Robert Foot , of St. James's Westminster , was indicted for High Treason, for counterfeiting the current Coyn of this Kingdom, in Coyning 20 Pieces in the similitude of Guineas,20 in the similitude of Crowns,20 in the likeness of Half Crowns, and 20 in the...
  6. John Cooper, Royal Offences > coining offences; Elizabeth Reeve, Royal Offences > coining offences, 30th August 1721.

    John Cooper and Elizabeth Reeve , of St. Dunstan in the West , were indicted for counterfeiting 20 pieces of Gold of the current Coin of Portugal called Moidores, of the value of 27 s. each, on the 3d of July last, intending thereby to deceive and defraud ...
  7. THOMAS PURYOUR, Royal Offences > tax offences, 9th September 1747.

    351. + THOMAS PURYOUR , otherwise called and known by the Name of Blacktooth , was indicted for unlawfully, riotously, routously, and feloniously assembling, with several others to the Number of fifty Persons, at Reculver in the County of Kent , on the 30t...
  8. Peter Lickner, Royal Offences > tax offences, 14th October 1747.

    379 + Peter Lickner , late of Saunders in Kent , was indicted, and the Indictment sets forth, That he together with Thomas Reynolds , and divers others not yet taken, on the 26th of September, at Hawkhurst in Kent, was armed with Fire arms, and other offen...
  9. Charles Fitzgerald, Royal Offences > seducing from allegiance, 30th May 1750.

    372. Charles Fitzgerald , otherwise Gibson, otherwise Mecarty, otherwise Desmond, otherwise Earl of Desmond , was indicted, for that on the 15th of February , in the parish of St. George the martyr, Middlesex , he being a subject of the crown of Great Brit...
  10. Samuel Byerman, Royal Offences > coining offences; Samuel Byerman, Royal Offences > coining offences, 15th May 1771.

    345. (M.) Samuel Byerman , the younger, was indicted for feloniously and traiterously colouring, with a composition of quicksilver and brickdust, divers pieces of copper to resemble shillings, against the stature . Second Count charged him with colouring t...

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