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  1. Rob. Scofield, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1692.

    Rob. Scofield , the Boy that was called as an Evidence against Hurley, Butcher and Nun, was indicted for the like offence, (viz.) for breaking Mr. Burgan 's House in Ratcliff Highway , and taking away a Silver Tankard, value 8 l. and divers Goods, all to t...
  2. Peirce Jones, Theft > burglary, 31st August 1692.

    Peirce Jones of St. Ann's Westminster , was Tryed for Burglary and Felony, in stealing from one Gowen Burket , one padlock, value 4d. on the 28th of July last. Mr. Burket Swore, that his House was Broke open about Three a Clock in the Morning by Four Perso...
  3. Thomas Man, Theft > grand larceny; Benjamin Williams, Theft > receiving, 14th January 1702.

    Thomas Man , and Benjamin Williams , of the Parish of St. Botolphs Billingsgate , were indicted for Felony, (the first as Principal, and the other as Accessary after the Fact) for Stealing 1000 l. weight of Sugar value 25 l. on the 6th of December last, th...
  4. Isaac Ragg, Theft > theft from a specified place, 14th January 1715.

    Isaac Ragg , was indicted for a Misdemeanor, in breaking into the Yard of Thomas Parnell , with intent to steal his Goods , on the 10th instant. The Prosecutor swore, That being informed by a Neighbour, that somebody was in his Yard, he went out to search,...
  5. John Smith, Theft > burglary, 27th April 1715.

    John Smith, (commonly call'd Half hang'd Smith ) of the Parish of St. Margaret Pattons , was indicted for breaking the Dwelling house of John Cooper , on the 28th of January last, in the Night time, with Intention to steal. He was also indicted for the sam...
  6. John Smith, Theft > burglary; John Mackentosh, Theft > burglary; Mary Powell, Theft > burglary; John Smith, Theft > housebreaking; John Mackentosh, Theft > housebreaking; Mary Powell, Theft > housebreaking; John Smith, Theft > housebreaking; John Mackentosh, Theft > housebreaking; Mary Powell, Theft > housebreaking, 7th September 1715.

    John Smith , alias Mackentosh , of the Parish of St. Martin in the Fields , was indicted for breaking open the House of Randal Lee , in the Night time, on the 20th of May last; between 12 and 1, no body being in the House . The Prosecutor depos'd, That com...
  7. Joseph Still, Killing > murder, 27th February 1717.

    Joseph Still alias Cutterel , of the Parish of Stoke Newington in the County of Middlesex, was indicted for an Assault and Murder committed on the Body of John Green , by giving him one mortal Wound on the Left side of his Head, near his Left Eye, the 5 of...
  8. George Watson, Theft > grand larceny, 4th April 1722.

    George Watson , of St. James's Clerkenwell , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Shirt, value 4 s. the Goods of Andrew Field , on the 7th of March last. Elizabeth Thorndel depos'd, that she saw the prisoner get over Ditton's Wall, jump back again and c...
  9. Samuel Clements, Violent Theft > highway robbery; George Gemmins, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 17th May 1727.

    Samuel Clements , George Gemmins , and another Person not yet taken, of St Dunstan's Stepney , were indicted for assaulting Samuel Smith and Thomas Airis , on the Highway near Shadwell, with a design to rob them . Samuel Smith thus depos'd, As I was going ...
  10. Robert Brooks, Theft > grand larceny, 30th August 1727.

    Robert Brooks , of St. Margaret's Westminster , was indicted for stealing a Pewter Bason, value 14 d. and a Hammer, value 2 d. on the 9th of July last, the Property of Stephen Thornely . The Prosecutor depos'd, That the Goods was his, (being produced in Co...