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  1. John Gambol, Theft > burglary, 2nd June 1720.

    John Gambol , of Alhallows Barkin , was indicted for breaking the House of Gabriel Whitacre , on the 23d of December last in the Night time, and feloniously stealing thence a Leather Trunk, a pair of Sheets, 5 Guineas, 3 l. in Money, &c. the Goods and ...
  2. Lucius Owen, Theft > grand larceny, 12th July 1720.

    Lucius Owen , of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously stealing a pair of Silver Buckles value 2 s. and a Sword value 10 s. the Goods of Edward Barcock , on the 13th of July last. It appeared that the Prosecutor had been at the Restorati...
  3. Elizabeth Gilbert, Theft > pocketpicking, 12th July 1720.

    Elizabeth Gilbert , of St. Brides , was indicted for privately stealing a Silver Watch, value 5 l. and a Guinea, from the Person of Gilbert Keal , on the 12th of this Instant July . The Prosecutor deposed, that he had been in his Brother's Company, and had...
  4. David Lazenby, Theft > burglary; David Lazenby, Theft > burglary, 12th July 1720.

    David Lazenby , of St. Andrew's Holbourn , was indicted for breaking open the House of Charles Wood , Esq ; in the Night time, and taking thence 16 Holland Shirts, 6 Sheets, 5 Holland Bands, 4 Pillowbears, 6 Muslin Cravats, a Beaver Hat, a Cloth Coat and W...
  5. David Lazenby, Theft > burglary; David Lazenby, Theft > burglary, 12th July 1720.

    David Lazenby , of St. Andrew's Holbourn , was indicted for breaking open the House of Charles Wood , Esq ; in the Night time, and taking thence 16 Holland Shirts, 6 Sheets, 5 Holland Bands, 4 Pillowbears, 6 Muslin Cravats, a Beaver Hat, a Cloth Coat and W...
  6. James Carreck, Theft > grand larceny, 7th September 1720.

    James Carreck , of St. Giles in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Hilted Sword value 35 s. the Goods of Thomas Webster . The Prosecutor deposed, that he went to the Duke of Malborough's Head in Drury Lane , and having a mischance ...
  7. Henry Emmery, Theft > shoplifting, 7th September 1720.

    Henry Emmery of St. Andrew Undershaft , was indicted for privately stealing 4 pair of Pistols value 14 l. a Musquetoon, value 1 l. and other Goods, out of the Shop of Francis Smart , on the 2d of June last. The Prosecutor deposed that his Shop had been rob...
  8. Thomas Tompion, Theft > pocketpicking; Ann Tompion, Theft > pocketpicking, 12th October 1720.

    Thomas Tompion and Ann Tompion his Wife , of Alhallows the Great , were indicted for privately stealing a Silk Purse value 6 d. 11 Guineas, from the Person of Elizabeth Cole , on the 20th of September last. Elizabeth Cole deposed, that she went to the Temp...
  9. William Spigget, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Phillips, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Spigget, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Phillips, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Heater, Theft > receiving, 13th January 1721.

    William Spigget alias Spiggot , and Thomas Phillips alias Cross , having had several Bills of Indictment for Robbing on the High Way, found against them by the Grand Jury, were brought to the Bar to be Arraigned and take their Trials, but they stood Mute, ...
  10. Margaret Yeomans, Theft > pocketpicking; Hester Bennet, Theft > pocketpicking, 1st March 1721.

    Margaret Yeomans alias Booth , and Hester Bennet , of St. Brides were indicted, for that they together with Ann Ross , not. yet taken, did privately steal 3. Gold Rings value 30 s. and a Pearl Snuff Box value 10 s. from the Person of John Vaughan , on the ...

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