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  1. MICHAEL THEWAY, Theft > shoplifting; SARAH FITZGERALD, Theft > shoplifting, 13th January 1808.

    105. MICHAEL THEWAY and SARAH FITZGERALD were indicted for feloniously stealing on the 13th of January , eighty yards of ribbon, value 2 l. and twelve yards of black ribbon, value 6 s. the property of Samuel Burford , privately in his shop . SAMUEL BURFORD...
  2. SARAH NIXON, Theft > grand larceny, 1st June 1808.

    386. SARAH NIXON was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 19th of April , a bank note, value 40 l. four other bank notes, value 4 l. and a bank note, value 2 l. the property of Henry Garner . HENRY GARNER . I live at No. 7, Queen street, Glocester plac...
  3. JOHN TAYLOR, Killing > murder, 1st June 1808.

    396. JOHN TAYLOR was indicted for that he on the 12th of May , upon Sarah, the wife of John Wood a subject of our lord the King, feloniously and wilfully did make an assault, and with a certain sharp instrument feloniously did strike, stab and cut her in a...
  4. WILLIAM BATTCOCK, Theft > burglary, 26th November 1808.

    709. WILLIAM BATTCOCK was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Lewis Gutteridge , about the hour of ten at night on the 16th of September , with intent to steal, and burglariously stealing therein, six coats, value 6 l. 19 s...
  5. WILLIAM BEMBRIDGE, Theft > grand larceny, 26th November 1808.

    738. WILLIAM BEMBRIDGE was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 20th of September , a box, value 3 s. six yards of cotton, value 10 s. a pair of shoes, value 4 s. a handkerchief, value 1 s. three petticoats, value 6 s. a gown, value 2 s. a miniature pi...
  6. THOMAS FORD, Theft > grand larceny, 11th January 1809.

    141. THOMAS FORD was indicted for feloniouslystealing on the 29th of December , eleven pound weight of flour, value 4 s. and two twopenny loaves, value 4 d. the property of John Chew . The case was stated by Mr. Pooley. JOHN CHEW . Q. Your bakehouse is dow...
  7. SOLOMON ALDER, Theft > grand larceny; RICHARD KINCH, Theft > grand larceny, 15th February 1809.

    192. SOLOMON ALDER and RICHARD KINCH were indicted for feloniously stealing on the 23d of January , nine gross of whip sticks, value 50 l. the property of Francis Pichford and Samuel Nokes . The case was stated by Mr. Alley. SAMUEL NOKES . I live at No. 10...
  8. FRANCIS DRIVER, Theft > burglary; JAMES THACKERY, Theft > burglary, 15th February 1809.

    197. FRANCIS DRIVER and JAMES THACKERY were indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Hugh Wilson , about the hour of three at night, on the 28th of January , with intent to steal, and burglariously stealing therein fifteen yar...
  9. WILLIAM COOK, Theft > burglary, 15th February 1809.

    260. WILLIAM COOK was indicted for burglariously breaking and entering the dwelling house of James Patterson , about the hour of seven at night, on the 12th of January , with intent to steal, and burglariously stealing therein, a great coat, value 5 l. the...
  10. THOMAS SMITH, Theft > shoplifting, 12th April 1809.

    343. THOMAS SMITH was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 6th of March , a chest, value 2 s. and twelve pounds weight of tea, value 4 l. the property of Thomas Crofts , privately in his shop . SECOND COUNT for like offence, only stating it to be in hi...

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