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  1. Joseph Yarwood, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1760.

    52. (L) Joseph Yarwood , otherwise Haywood , was indicted for stealing one diamond ring, value 6 l. the property of Richard Cracrast , December 18 . || Richard Cracrast . The prisoner was a footman in my house in the month of December last, and some time b...
  2. George Anderson, Theft > theft from a specified place, 21st May 1760.

    177. (M.) George Anderson , was indicted; for that he, together with 3 others not taken, for stealing 11 hundred, 56 pounds weight of tobacco, value 40 l. the property of William and George Sambrook , privately in their warehouse ; it was laid also to be t...
  3. Theft > theft from a specified place, 9th July 1760.

    233. (M.) Jer. Wakefield Harcourt , was indicted for stealing one coat, 3 waistcoat, value 20 s. one stuff gown, value 20 s. 4 shirts, 40 s. 2 silver spoons, 5 s. 1 silver hilted sword, value 40 s. and 1 table cloth, the property of Geo Walsh , Esq ; in hi...
  4. Jacob Moses, Theft > grand larceny, 14th July 1762.

    187. (L). Jacob Moses , was indicted for stealing one hempen bag, value two pence, and ninety pounds weight of pimento, value sixty shillings , the goods of Thomas Robinson , July the 2 d ++ . William Plain . I know the prisoner by sight. I belong to Mr. R...
  5. Sarah West, Theft > grand larceny, 14th January 1763.

    39. (M.) Sarah West , spinster , was indicted for stealing one pair of muslin ruffles, val. 1 s. one piece of muslin worked for ruffles, val. 1 s. seven muslin handkerchiefs, val. 10 s. four pair of cotton stockings, val. 4 s. one pair of cotton mittins, o...
  6. John Wilkinson, Theft > grand larceny, 7th December 1763.

    35. (M.) John Wilkinson was indicted for stealing ten silver table spoons, value 15 s. two silver tea spoons, value 2 s. two pair of silver shoe buckles, value 10 s. one steel sword, with a silver hilt, and two linnen aprons , the property of Peter Anderso...
  7. Thomas Fowler, Theft > grand larceny, 12th September 1764.

    537. (M.) Thomas Fowler was indicted for stealing 12 pieces of buckram, value 5 l. the property of Thomas Lamb . Thomas Lamb . The prisoner is my apprentice : I live in Sword bearer's Alley, Chiswell street : I am a buckram maker ; I have been robbed for a...
  8. Richard Riley, Theft > grand larceny, 22nd May 1765.

    293. (M.) Richard Riley was indicted for stealing a silver boat, value 8 s. two yards of velvet, value 16 s. two linen shirts, value 10 s. and a steel mounted sword, value 4 s. the property of Francis Boland , April 20 . + John Boland . I am a weaver ; so ...
  9. Anthony Delaney, Killing > murder; James Grief, Killing > murder; Catharine Adams, Killing > murder; Elizabeth Wall, Killing > murder; Catharine Adams, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Elizabeth Wall, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Anthony Delaney, Theft > grand larceny; James Grief, Theft > grand larceny; Catharine Adams, Theft > grand larceny; Elizabeth Wall, Theft > grand larceny, 18th September 1765.

    481, 482, 483, 484. (M.) Anthony Delaney , James Grief , Catharine Adams , otherwise Burk , and Elizabeth Wall , spinster , were indicted, the first for the wilful murder of John Smith , and the other three for being present, aiding, comforting, and assist...
  10. Charles Fenley, Theft > pocketpicking, 9th April 1766.

    208. (M.) Charles Fenley was indicted for stealing a gold watch, value 8 l. and a cornelian seal set in gold, value 20 s. the property of William Gouge , Esq ; privately from his person , April 2 . ++ William Gouge . On Wednesday se'nnight, coming out of D...

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