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  1. Anne Morley alias 'Anne Waley', defendant name in trial of Anne Morley, Theft > grand larceny, 19th February 1766.

    138. (M.) Anne, wife of Joseph Morley , otherwise Anne Waley , spinster , was indicted for stealing two linen bed curtains, value 2 s. 6 d. two linen sheets, value 2 s. 6 d. a copper tea kettle, value 2 s. and a man's hat, value 12 d. the property of Charl...
  2. Joseph Morley in trial of Anne Morley, Theft > grand larceny, 19th February 1766.

    138. (M.) Anne, wife of Joseph Morley , otherwise Anne Waley , spinster , was indicted for stealing two linen bed curtains, value 2 s. 6 d. two linen sheets, value 2 s. 6 d. a copper tea kettle, value 2 s. and a man's hat, value 12 d. the property of Charl...
  3. Anne Morley in Punishment summary, 19th February 1766.

    The trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give judgment as follows: Received sentence of Death, 5. Robert Bryer , John Jewster , Sarah Stanley , William Barlow , and Francis Redmond . Transported for 14 years, 4. Edward Tricket , Mary Brown , William ...
  4. Joseph Morley, defendant name in trial of Joseph Morley, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1767.

    120. (L.) Joseph Morley was indicted for that he on the 4th of January , about the hour of six in the night, the dwelling house of Samuel Adgit did break and enter, and stealing a pair of leather breeches, value 3 s. a pair of silk knit breeches, and six p...
  5. Joseph Morley in Punishment summary, 15th January 1767.

    The trials being ended, the court proceeded to give judgment as follows: Received sentence of Death, 3. Timothy Iredale , William Collinson , and John Williamson . Williamson was executed on Monday the 19th of January, in Moorfields . Transportation for 14...
  6. William Morley, victim name in trial of Benjamin Burton, Theft > burglary; Francis Fitzpatrick, Theft > burglary, 7th December 1768.

    1, 2. (M.) Benjamin Burton and Francis Fitzpatrick were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Morley , on the 23d of October , about the hour of eleven in the night, and stealing two brass candlesticks, value 1 s. a looking glass...
  7. William Morley in trial of Benjamin Burton, Theft > burglary; Francis Fitzpatrick, Theft > burglary, 7th December 1768.

    1, 2. (M.) Benjamin Burton and Francis Fitzpatrick were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Morley , on the 23d of October , about the hour of eleven in the night, and stealing two brass candlesticks, value 1 s. a looking glass...
  8. John Morley in trial of ROBERT JOLLAND, Theft > grand larceny; JOHN JOLLAND, Theft > grand larceny; ELIZABETH JOLLAND, Theft > receiving; Elizabeth Jolland, Theft > receiving, 9th September 1772.

    632, 633, 634. (2d. M.) ROBERT JOLLAND , JOHN JOLLAND and ELIZABETH JOLLAND , were indicted, the two first for stealing three cotton gowns, value 15 s. a cotton petticoat, value 5 s. a man's hat, value 2 s. a silk handkerchief, value 1 s. a linen handkerch...
  9. Mary Morley, victim name in trial of JOHN SUMMERS, Theft > grand larceny, 26th June 1773.

    319. (M.) JOHN SUMMERS was indicted for stealing three pewter pint pots, value 3 s. the property of John Huntley ; one pewter pint pot, value 1 s. the property of William Davey ; and one pewter quart pot, value 1 s. and one pewter pint pot, value 6 d. the ...
  10. GEORGE MORLEY, defendant name in trial of GEORGE MORLEY, Theft > petty larceny; RICHARD HANDBY, Theft > petty larceny, 18th May 1774.

    368, 369. (L.) GEORGE MORLEY and RICHARD HANDBY were indicted for stealing a silk handkerchief, value 10 d. the property of Alexander Anderson , May 13th . ~ Alexander Anderson . As I was crossing Bank street , by the Sun Fire Office, to go to the Exchange...