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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+sword' (all words must be present), verdict category is violent theft and decade is 1670s*, between 1674 and 1800

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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...