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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 1710s*, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th May 1711.

    Peter Cartwright of St. Pancrass , was indicted for assaulting Robert Short in the Queen's High way, and taking from him a Silver hilted sword , on the 6th of February last. He was again indicted for robbing Joseph Ashton , and taking from him 7 s. in Mone...
  2. Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Peter Cartwright, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th May 1711.

    Peter Cartwright of St. Pancrass , was indicted for assaulting Robert Short in the Queen's High way, and taking from him a Silver hilted sword , on the 6th of February last. He was again indicted for robbing Joseph Ashton , and taking from him 7 s. in Mone...
  3. William Lane, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 27th February 1712.

    William Lane , of the Parish of St. James's Westminster , was indicted for assaulting Robert Murrel on the Queen's High way, and taking from him a Sword, value 16 s. on the 15th of February . The Evidence was not sufficient, he was acquitted .
  4. John Davis, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 25th February 1713.

    John Davis, alias Beard , of the Parish of St. Mary le Savoy , was indicted for assaulting Robert Hodson on the Queen's High way, and taking from him a silver hilted Sword, value 50 s. The Prosecutor swore, That as he was going into Exeter Exchange he felt...
  5. James Lloyd, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 27th April 1715.

    James Lloyd , of the Parish of St. Andrew Holbourn , was indicted for assaulting William Henry Shepard , putting him in fear of his Life, and robbing him of a Sword, value 30 s. near the King's High way, on the 8th of March last: But there being no manner ...
  6. Edward Dalton, Violent Theft > robbery, 13th July 1715.

    Edward Dalton , of the Parish of St: Mary Hill , was indicted for assualting Andrew Shields , putting him in fear of his Life, and robbing him of 12 Guineas, a Broad piece, and 18 s. in Silver , on the 30th of May last. The Prosecutor swore, That being a N...
  7. Joseph Hutton, Theft > pocketpicking; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 22nd February 1716.

    Joseph Hutton , of the Parish of St. Mary la Bow , was indicted for privately stealing 1 Silver hilted Sword, value 52 s. from the Person of Capt. James Cox , on the 6th Instant. Capt. Cox swore, That on the late Queen's Birth day at Night, being out with ...
  8. Joseph Hutton, Theft > pocketpicking; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 22nd February 1716.

    Joseph Hutton , of the Parish of St. Mary la Bow , was indicted for privately stealing 1 Silver hilted Sword, value 52 s. from the Person of Capt. James Cox , on the 6th Instant. Capt. Cox swore, That on the late Queen's Birth day at Night, being out with ...
  9. Joseph Hutton, Theft > pocketpicking; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Hutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 22nd February 1716.

    Joseph Hutton , of the Parish of St. Mary la Bow , was indicted for privately stealing 1 Silver hilted Sword, value 52 s. from the Person of Capt. James Cox , on the 6th Instant. Capt. Cox swore, That on the late Queen's Birth day at Night, being out with ...
  10. John England, Violent Theft > robbery; John Milner, Violent Theft > robbery; Isaak Elmes, Violent Theft > robbery, 11th January 1717.

    John England , John Milner , and Isaak Elmes , were indicted for an Assault on the Person of William Evans , and taking from him a Sword, value 12 s. and five Shillings in Money , the 28th of November last. It appeared but a trifling Prosecution, so the Ju...

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