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  1. A - B -, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1690.

    A B of St. James Clerkenwel , was Indicted, for that he, together with John Longstaff , Thomas Walker , and one Riggs, not yet taken, did break open the house of one Richard Smith , taking 8 pieces of Gold value 8 l. 12 s. with 22 l. in Silver, besides she...
  2. George Fawsey, Theft > grand larceny, 26th February 1690.

    George Fawsey was Tryed for stealing 30 Ounces of Silk, value 40s. 7 pound weight of Thread 4s. on the 8th of February last. The Prisoner was seen to commit the Fact, taking the Silk off a Shelf with his Sword. Notwithstanding his denying of the fact, he w...
  3. James Gavel, Theft > grand larceny; James Barrow, Theft > grand larceny, 30th April 1690.

    James Gavel alias Gardiner , and James Barrow , were both Indicted for Feloniously taking from Richard Robinson Gentleman , a Silver Hilted Sword value 50 s. on the 24th of April last, the Evidence was plain, that they were seen to jump out at the Window o...
  4. Richard James, Theft > burglary, 10th December 1690.

    Richard James was tried upon an Indictment of Felony and Burglary, in breaking the House of Cornelius Dutch of St. Buttolphs Bishopsgate , on the 17th of October , and stealing a Looking glass, a Wigg, a needle Case, &c. The Evidence against him was, t...
  5. John Binlose, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1691.

    John Binlose , of the Parish of S. Dunstans in the West , was tryed for Felony and Burglary, in breaking the House of Richard Longford Gent , on the 15th of December last, with an Intention not only to rob him, but take away his Life , as was evidenced thu...
  6. George Rason, Theft > burglary; William Glossenberry, Theft > burglary, 18th February 1691.

    George Rason, alias Reason , and William Glossenberry, alias Lasenberry were both Indicted for a Burglary in breaking the House of James Whitehall , Gent and taking away a Silver Candlestick, value 10 l. a Snuff dish, value 3 l. and Extinguishor, value 20 ...
  7. Hyllary Tulley, Theft > grand larceny; Hyllary Tulley, Theft > grand larceny, 7th December 1692.

    Hyllary Tulley was Tried upon two Indictments, one for stealing of a Sword with a Handle inlaid with Gold, value 8 l. from one Mary Philboy : And and another for stealing several pieces of Gold from Matthew Philboy , of St. Martins in the Fields , on the 1...
  8. Hyllary Tulley, Theft > grand larceny; Hyllary Tulley, Theft > grand larceny, 7th December 1692.

    Hyllary Tulley was Tried upon two Indictments, one for stealing of a Sword with a Handle inlaid with Gold, value 8 l. from one Mary Philboy : And and another for stealing several pieces of Gold from Matthew Philboy , of St. Martins in the Fields , on the 1...
  9. Charles Wilson, Theft > burglary, 7th December 1692.

    Charles Wilson was indicted for breaking the House of John Dupeer of Stepney , between the hours of Eight and Ten in the Night , on the 26th of October last; the Prisoner had been a Servant to Mr. Dupeer about a Twelvemonth ago, and now was found in Mr. Du...
  10. George Gwynn, Theft > pocketpicking, 26th April 1693.

    George Gwynn , was likewise Tried for privately Stealing a Sword from Mr. John Chase on the 11th of April . Mr. Chase was going over Tower hill , and the Prisoner with him; Mr Chase having first Treated the said Gwynn at the Tydehouse at Billingsgate; when...

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