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  1. Violent Theft > highway robbery, 7th July 1675.

    A Gentleman was lately Rob'd near Lambs Conduit, behind Grayes Inn , by some persons that were upon the Foot pad that way, they took from one a Silver headed Sword, a watch, and other things of good value , two persons were taken upon suspicion and arraign...
  2. Violent Theft > highway robbery, 8th December 1675.

    After him were Tryed other 3 Persons for Padding upon the High way , and particularly they were charg'd with the Fellony and Robbery committed upon a person of Honour at Hide Park Corner . It was sworn that they discharged three Pistols at the Coach, one o...
  3. Violent Theft > highway robbery, 1st June 1677.

    In Middlesex was Arraigned a Highway man formerly as he pretended belonging to the Guard, but now prisoner to the fleet, but being not in Execution upon bail had favour or I know not how, got his Liberty, which he made this ill use of, viz. having got a co...
  4. 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...
  5. 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...
  6. 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...
  7. Joseph Tasker, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Edward Gowin, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Buttler, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th July 1679.

    Capt. Charles Winchworth , and his Brother , on the 26th of June coming from Chiswick in a Coach, near the Lord of Holland's walk , was set upon by 5 Highway men, who, after they had stopt the Coach, secured the Coachman, who did not assist, they presented...
  8. Peter Anderson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Anderson, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 24th May 1683.

    THE Proceedings at the Sessions of Oyer and Terminer, holden at the Sessions House in the Old Baly for the City of London and County of Midlesex, which began on the 24th of May, and ended the same of the same Instant were these Peter Anderson , was try'd u...
  9. Peter Anderson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Anderson, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 24th May 1683.

    THE Proceedings at the Sessions of Oyer and Terminer, holden at the Sessions House in the Old Baly for the City of London and County of Midlesex, which began on the 24th of May, and ended the same of the same Instant were these Peter Anderson , was try'd u...
  10. William Bampfield, Violent Theft > robbery, 16th January 1684.

    William Bampfield , Indicted for taking a Silver handled Sword, from the side of Richard Rolson ,as he was passing along Cheapside , was found Guilty . [Death. See summary.]

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