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  1. Ordinary's Account, 19th March 1701.

    The ORDINARY of NEWGATE his Account of the Behaviour, Confessions, and Dying Speeches of the Condemn'd Criminals, that were Executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday, March the 19th. 1700/1701. ON Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the 5, 6, 7 and 8th instan...
  2. Anne Smith, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 13th January 1716.

    Anne Smith of the Parish of St. Martin in the Fields , was indicted for assaulting and robbing, (with one Jane Evans ,) one Richard a Negro, on the Highway, and taking from him a Silver Collar, Value 15 s. the Goods of William Jordan , on the 6th of Decemb...
  3. Ordinary's Account, 3rd April 1721.

    THE Ordinary of NEWGATE HIS ACCOUNT OF The Behaviours, Confessions, and Last Dying Words of the Malefactors that were Executed at Tyburn on Monday the 3d of April, 1721. BEFORE the Execution of the Six Men condemned to Die, I preached to them from these Wo...
  4. Ordinary's Account, 12th May 1721.

    THE Ordinary of NEWGATE HIS ACCOUNT OF The Behaviours, Confessions, and Last Dying Words of the Malefactors that were Executed at Tyburn on Friday the 12th of May, 1721. BEFORE the Execution of the Two Malefactors, who out of Five Condemn'd, were then appo...
  5. Ordinary's Account, 5th July 1721.

    THE Ordinary of NEWGATE his ACCOUNT Of the Behaviour, Confessions, and Last Dying Words of the Malefactors that were Executed at Tyburn on Wednesday the 5th of July,1721. THE Day preceeding the Execution of the Four Malefactors, who, out of seven Condemned...
  6. Ordinary's Account, 8th April 1723.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE his ACCOUNT, Of the Behaviour, Confession, and last dying Words of the Malefactor, that was Executed at Tyburn, on Monday the 8th of April, 1723. AT the KING'S Commission of the Peace, and Oyer, and Terminer, which began at Justice ...
  7. Thomas Robinson, Theft > burglary, 17th January 1724.

    Thomas Robinson , of the Parish of St. Margaret, Westminster , was indicted for burglariously breaking the House of Mary Gunnis in the Night time, and stealing divers Goods , on the 18th of December last. The Prisoner was a Negro Black Boy , and us'd to co...
  8. Hester Gregory, Deception > fraud; Hester Gregory, Deception > fraud, 27th August 1725.

    Hester Gregory , Wife of John Gregory , and Hester Gregory , Spinster , of S. Mary Woolnoth , were indicted for a Conspiracy against John Cockerell , a Gentleman of 1400 l. per Ann. For that they (together with John Smith ) did induce and persuade the said...
  9. Gervis Charlton, Theft > other; John Scott, Theft > other, 7th December 1726.

    Gervis Charlton , a Mulatto , and John Scott , were indicted for stealing a large Quantity of Gold Dust, the Goods of Persons unknown , Octob. 17 . Captain Strange thus depos'd, Last January being on the Coast of Africa , I met with Captain Griffis, and in...
  10. John Everett, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th January 1730.

    John Everett , of Pancras , was indicted for assaulting Martha Ellis , on the Highway, putting her in fear, and taking from her one Guinea, and 2 s. in Money , December 24 . Martha Ellis depos'd, On the 24th of December, going to Hampsted in the Coach, abo...

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