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  1. William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place; William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place, 17th January 1770.

    65. (M.) William Harrison was indicted for stealing a silver candlestick, value 4 l. the property of John Hillman , Esq ; in the dwelling house of the said John , Dec. 22 . || William Knibbs . I am servant to Mr. Hillman, who lives in Craven street, in the...
  2. William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place; William Harrison, Theft > theft from a specified place, 17th January 1770.

    65. (M.) William Harrison was indicted for stealing a silver candlestick, value 4 l. the property of John Hillman , Esq ; in the dwelling house of the said John , Dec. 22 . || William Knibbs . I am servant to Mr. Hillman, who lives in Craven street, in the...
  3. John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary, 30th May 1770.

    367, 368. (M.) John Underwood and William Wharton were indicted, together with Henry Tudor , (not in custody) for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Ayre , on the 9th of December , about the hour of two in the night, and stealing a red leat...
  4. John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary, 30th May 1770.

    367, 368. (M.) John Underwood and William Wharton were indicted, together with Henry Tudor , (not in custody) for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Ayre , on the 9th of December , about the hour of two in the night, and stealing a red leat...
  5. John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; John Underwood, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary; William Wharton, Theft > burglary, 30th May 1770.

    367, 368. (M.) John Underwood and William Wharton were indicted, together with Henry Tudor , (not in custody) for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Ayre , on the 9th of December , about the hour of two in the night, and stealing a red leat...
  6. William Donaldson, Theft > burglary, 11th July 1770.

    451. (L.) William Donaldson , alias Will. the Carpenter , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Right Hon. Thomas Harley , on the 4th of June , between the hours of three and four in the morning, and stealing one pair of silver c...
  7. LUke Cannon, Theft > burglary; John Siday, Theft > burglary; Lazarus Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Jacob Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Michael Glannon, Theft > receiving, 20th February 1771.

    136, 137, 138, 139, 140 (M.) LUke Cannon , John Siday , Lazarus Jacobs , Jacob Jacobs , and Michael Glannon , were indicted: the two first for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Hon . Edward Stratford , on the 12th of January , about the hour ...
  8. LUke Cannon, Theft > burglary; John Siday, Theft > burglary; Lazarus Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Jacob Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Michael Glannon, Theft > receiving, 20th February 1771.

    136, 137, 138, 139, 140 (M.) LUke Cannon , John Siday , Lazarus Jacobs , Jacob Jacobs , and Michael Glannon , were indicted: the two first for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Hon . Edward Stratford , on the 12th of January , about the hour ...
  9. LUke Cannon, Theft > burglary; John Siday, Theft > burglary; Lazarus Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Jacob Jacobs, Theft > receiving; Michael Glannon, Theft > receiving, 20th February 1771.

    136, 137, 138, 139, 140 (M.) LUke Cannon , John Siday , Lazarus Jacobs , Jacob Jacobs , and Michael Glannon , were indicted: the two first for breaking and entering the dwelling house of the Hon . Edward Stratford , on the 12th of January , about the hour ...
  10. Richard Butcher, Theft > burglary; John Haines, Theft > burglary; James Pollock, Theft > receiving, 10th April 1771.

    286, 287, 288. (1st M.) Richard Butcher , John Haines , and James Pollock were indicted, the two first for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Robert Sinclair , Esq ; on the twelfth of March, about the hour of two in the night, and stealing a bank ...

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