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  1. 11th December 1678.

    Old Bailey Proceedings; 11th December 1678, 1 37 11December1678 AN Exact Account OF THE TRIALS Of the several Persons ARRAIGNED At the Sessions house in the Old Bailey For LONDON & MIDDLESEX. Beginning on Wednesday, Decemb. 11. 1678. and ending the 12t...
  2. James Bateman, Theft > grand larceny, 11th December 1678.

    4. James Bateman Indicted, for that he, the 25th. of Novem. 1678. did steal a Silver Tankard of 5 l. value , from one Nicholas Jackson . He pleaded Not Guilty, and put himself on the Countrey. The next that was tried was James Jackson, for stealing the Tan...
  3. Front matter from Proceedings, 5th June 1679.

    The true NARRATIVE Of the Proceedings at the SESSIONS For London and Middlesex, Begun on Thursday the 5th of June 1679. GIVING A full Account of the several Tryals there, for Robberies, Burghlaries, Felonies, and other Misdemeanors. And particularly The Ar...
  4. Damage to Property > arson, 5th June 1679.

    Then the London Jury was called and sworn, and a Lad , late Apprentice to a Widdow in the Minories , keeping a Flax shop , was Arraigned, for that he not having the fear of God before his eyes, but moved by the instigation of the Devil, did on the 15 of Ma...
  5. Daniel Clerk, Damage to Property > arson, 16th July 1679.

    Daniel Clerk , for indeavouring to burn M. Selby s house his Mistriss in the Minories the 15th of May . 'Twas positively proved he set Flax on fire with an intent to burn the house, but by reason it took uo effect he was only fined 100l. and judged to stan...
  6. Thomas Collins, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 12th December 1683.

    Thomas Collins Indicted for having two Wives now living, viz. Mary Hargrave , to whom he was Married the 19th of May, in the 25th Year of this King, at Trinity Minories. That he was also, on the 9th of November last, Married to Mary Shipman , at Lambeth : ...
  7. William Trason, Theft > theft from a specified place, 12th December 1683.

    William Trason , for Stealing a pair of Canvas Sheets from Margery Pye , out of Haydon yard in the Minories : The said Sheets having been by her hung upon a Line to dry, in the said Yard: And Trason confessing the Fact before a Justice of Peace, when first...
  8. Nicholas Willson, Theft > other, 10th December 1684.

    Nicholas Willson , Indicted for stealing 18 dozen of Sissers , from Anthony Lucas in the Minories , on the 6 of Dec. he confessed that he had part of the Sessers; and disposed of them, but that one [Text unreadable in original.] stole them, and put most of...
  9. Thomas Woodham, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 11th July 1688.

    Thomas Woodham was Indicted for Marrying Two Wives, viz. one Ann Atkins , Widdow, he married at St. Trinity Minories, on the 14th of February last past; and afterwards did take to Wife one Susannah Gresham , Widdow, whom he married at the Church of St. Mar...
  10. Thomas Togood, Killing > murder; Charles Malin, Killing > murder, 9th October 1689.

    Thomas Togood and Charles Malin were Tryed for the Murther of one John Doane . Togood thrusting an Oken Stick into the Left Eye of the said Doane of the depth of two Inches on the 21st of July , of which he died the 22d Instant in the Parish of Trinity Min...