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  1. Front matter from Proceedings, 17th July 1674.

    NEWS FROM TYBURN AND THE SESSIONS HOUSE, OF THE TRYALS and CONDEMNATION OF Thomas Whitehead, John Rogers, George Wormington, Roger Elvin Being a full and Exact Relation of all Transactions at the Sessions holden for London & Middlesex at Justice Hall i...
  2. Thomas Whitehead, Theft > burglary, 17th July 1674.

    The first was one Thomas Whitehead , who being in Newgate, was by order of the former Sessions of the 3d. of June, to remain there upon suspicion of Fellony, whence he once made an escape, and was retaken, and then by the assistance of some Friends he had ...
  3. John Rogers, Theft > animal theft; John Rogers, Theft > animal theft, 17th July 1674.

    The second John Rogers , who was brought in by Habeas Corpus from Canterbury Goal for Fellony the 14 th of July Instant, He was Indicted for Stealing of a Mare of four pounds price, and a Guelding of 8. pounds price from one William Webb , and by another I...
  4. Roger Elvin, Theft > burglary, 17th July 1674.

    The third Roger Elvin , Indicted for Burghlary having on the 13 th of July broken Feloniously into the House of Elizabeth Oldridge in Coleman Street London, and took from thence nine Pewter Dishes, a Pewter Cullendar, and other things , which he Exposing t...
  5. George Wormington, Theft > burglary; George Wormington, Theft > burglary, 17th July 1674.

    The Fourth was George Wormington , who was committed at first for Robbing one Mr. Hall in Old Street, but now at his Tryal there came in Two Indictments against him, one for Feloniously Breaking open the house of the said William Hall , and Stealing the Go...
  6. William Sadler, Theft > burglary, 17th July 1674.

    The last was William Sadler who appeared in Court upon Bail the 18 th of July Instant, but was Indicted for, and Convicted of several Fellonies and Burghlaries, for which sentence passed against him.
  7. Mall. Floyd, Theft > other, 17th July 1674.

    Besides these persons Condemned to die, there were 5. Convicted of severall Felonies which desired the mercy of the Court for transportation, and had it granted, being sentence'd accordingly, of whom one Mall. Floyd was particularly remarkable for her Crim...
  8. Punishment summary, 17th July 1674.

    There were likewise seven that being Convicted of Felonies within the benefit of Clergy, prayed the favour of their Book, and in memory of their notable Clarkship, received a Badge of Honour from Squire Catches Generosity. Three others Convicted of Petty F...
  9. Front matter from Proceedings, 9th September 1674.

    News from the Sessions, OR, A True Relation of all the PROCEEDINGS AT THE Sessions in the Old bayly, Sep. 9th 1674. Where there were Twenty One persons Cast. With the Number and Particular Crimes of the Persons to be Executed, and all other things there Tr...
  10. John Randal, Theft > theft from a specified place; John Randal, Killing > murder, 9th September 1674.

    Amongst the Criminals, John Randal may be reckoned one of the most Notorious, who was charged with two Indictments, one for Fellony for stealing several pieces of Plate, and other Goods belonging to Esq; Blacke , and the other for Murder, Killing his House...