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  1. Mary Bland, Theft > housebreaking, 5th December 1711.

    Mary Bland , of St. Buttolph without Aldgate , was indicted for feloniously stealing and breaking the House of Jeremiah Bentham , and taking from thence one Gold Net Scarf value 7 l. and 1 l. 7 s. 6 d. in Money , on the 16th of November last; it appear'd, ...
  2. Thomas Nicholls, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1740.

    118. Thomas Nicholls of St. Catherine Cree Church was indicted for stealing a Silver Mustard Caster, Value 50 s. the Goods of the Provost and Fellows of Oriel College, in Oxford , December 11 . John Peters . About the 20th of November last, two Silver Cast...
  3. Dominick Fitzgerald, Deception > forgery; James Lee, Deception > forgery, 4th December 1741.

    30, 31. Dominick Fitzgerald , and James Lee , alias Welch , were indicted (with Elizabeth Fitzgerald , and James Derneane , not taken) for that they, after the 24th of June, 1736, viz. September 16th , at St. Bennet Paul's Wharf, feloniously forged, and ca...
  4. Jane Tease, Deception > fraud, 10th May 1744.

    276. + Jane Tease , wife of Peter Tease , was indicted, for that she, after the 24th day of June 1736 *, to wit on the 23d day of June in the 16th year of our Sovereign Lord George II . now King of Great Britain, &c. with force and arms, that is to say...
  5. Sarah Robert Lowther Rochead, Deception > fraud, 10th May 1744.

    277. + Sarah Lowther , late of London, Spinster, otherwise Sarah the wife of Robert Rochead *, was indicted for that she after the 24th of June, 1736, to wit, on the 18th of November, in the 17th year of his now Majesty's reign , at the parish of St. Benne...
  6. Mary Cooke, Deception > fraud, 10th May 1744.

    278. + Mary Cooke , the wife of John Cooke , was indicted for that she after the 24th day of June. 1736 , to wit, on the 8th day of March, in the 16th year of his now Majesty's reign, at the parish of St. Bennet Paul's Wharf , falsely and felonionsly did u...
  7. James Gulleland, Deception > forgery; James Gulleland, Deception > forgery; James Gulleland, Deception > forgery; James Gulleland, Deception > forgery, 28th July 1744.

    335. + James Gulleland , late of the Precinct of St. Catharine's , in the County of Middlesex, Slopseller , was indicted for that he after the 24th day of June in the year of our Lord 1736, to wit, on the 4th day of May in the 15th year of the reign of our...
  8. Frances Stanton, Deception > forgery, 28th July 1744.

    337. + Frances Stanton , was indicted for that she on the 13th of October 1741 , did utter and publish as true, a forged and counterfeited will of Michael Ryan , otherwise Ryant, wherein he gives and bequeaths to his sister Eleanor Walleis , all his estate...
  9. Christian Squires, Deception > fraud, 28th July 1744.

    349. Christian Squires , wife of Benjamin Squires , late of London , mariner, was indicted for that she on the 30th day of December, in the 17th year of his Majesty's reign , at the parish church of St. Bennet's Paul's Wharf, London , personally appeared b...
  10. Margaret Davis, Theft > theft from a specified place, 15th May 1755.

    220. (M.) Margaret Davis , widow , was indicted for stealing one silver watch, value 50 s. one pair of silver shoe buckles, value 10 s. one pair of chrystal sleeve buttons, one shirt, one pair of worsted stockings, one pair of silver shoe buckles, one line...