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  1. W. F., Theft > other; J. S., Violent Theft > highway robbery; W. F., Violent Theft > highway robbery; J. S., Violent Theft > highway robbery; W. F., Violent Theft > highway robbery; J. S., Violent Theft > highway robbery; W. F., Violent Theft > highway robbery, 10th October 1677.

    The most considerable Tryal was of two Highway men apprehended at Westminster upon suspition, and in one of their pockets a Watch and silver Tobacco box, in the others three Rings; of which notice being given in the Gazet, the Owners now came in and prosec...
  2. Theft > theft from a specified place, 26th February 1679.

    A Woman was Convicted of Felony, for robbing one in Hatton garden on the 2d of February . Having lately been Servant there, she had observed where they used to lay the Key of their outward Door, when they went forth, and so comes with two of her Companions...
  3. Peter Richardson, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1680.

    Peter Richardson was Indicted and Arraigned, for that he the said Richardson, in the company of three more did Felloniously take and bear away, after having forced and broken open the Chamber door of Mark Trout of New Inn, in the Parish of St.Clements Dean...
  4. John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary; John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary, 21st April 1680.

    John Ralphs and Clement Sells , two notorious Offendors, were likewise Indicted for two notorious Fellonies and Burglaries, the first upon the house of John Bewing of Willsdon , being eight in Company they enterred, and binding all the Family except the Ma...
  5. John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary; John Ralphs, Theft > burglary; Clement Sells, Theft > burglary, 21st April 1680.

    John Ralphs and Clement Sells , two notorious Offendors, were likewise Indicted for two notorious Fellonies and Burglaries, the first upon the house of John Bewing of Willsdon , being eight in Company they enterred, and binding all the Family except the Ma...
  6. Alexander Younger, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th January 1682.

    Alexander Younger , the person who swore Treason against Mr. Harvy, was Tryed upon a Trespass for forcibly entring the House of Albinus Spencer , and under a pretence of searching for prohibited Goods, taking thence 2 Silver Sword Hilts, valued at 4 l . He...
  7. Theft > theft from a specified place, 26th April 1682.

    A Fellow that was Chamberlain to an Inn in St. Giles's in the Fields, entring a Gentleman s Lodging on the 13th of March , took thence a suit of Cloaths, a Sword, and other Riding Furniture, and conveyed them to a Carriers, directing them to be sent after ...
  8. Robert Sutor, Theft > housebreaking, 1st June 1682.

    Robert Sutor , late Servant to the Earl of Arglass, deceased, was Indicted for Robbing William Crelling his Lords Gentleman , by breaking open a door, and taking thence a Pormantle, in which was a Gold Pendilum Watch, valued at 14 pounds, a Gold Locket and...
  9. Stephen Nod, Theft > other, 17th January 1683.

    Stephen Nod being Indicted for steeling a Sword , was clear'd .
  10. John Francis, Theft > petty larceny, 17th January 1683.

    Also John Francis was found Guilty of Fellony, he being indicted for steeling a Sword from Mr. Cressets side the 21st. of December 1682. to the value of 10. s. [Branding. See summary.]

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