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  1. 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...
  2. Killing > infanticide, 9th September 1674.

    The next may be rankt Two others, though of a different Sex, yet Guilty of the like Horrid sin of Murther, and that upon their own Children , whose crimes being so nearly resembling each other we may place them together in this Narrative; For being both Yo...
  3. Front matter from Proceedings, 14th October 1674.

    An Account OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SESSIONS Held at Iustice hall in the Old bayly, which began on the 14th. of October last. WITH THE Tryals, Condemnation, and Execution, OF William Prickit William Palmer, With the Tryals of several other Malefactors, fo...
  4. Robert Harrison, Killing > murder, 12th December 1674.

    Robert Harrison was arraigned, found guilty and condemned for killing a person in White Cross street , which he endeavoured to shew was done by misadventure or in his own defence, but the proof was Evident, and he for it condemned to be hang'd , as in such...
  5. Front matter from Proceedings, 9th September 1675.

    A Perfect NARRATIVE OF THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE Late Grand Sessions At Justice Hall in the OLD BALY. Begun on Thursday the 9th. of September, and continued until Tuesday the 14th. of the same Moneth 1675. With the Particular Facts of the Persons Indicted. Pu...
  6. Front matter from Proceedings, 8th December 1675.

    A TRUE NARRATIVE Of the Proceedings At the Sessions House IN THE OLD BALY Begun on Wednesday the 8th of this Instant December, 1675 and there continuing till the Saturday Following. Therein Seventen Men, Two Women, and a Boy about Fourteen Years of Age Rec...
  7. Killing > murder, 8th December 1675.

    First of all a parcel of Bayliffs with their followers , being in all five in number: these haveing a Writ against a person living near Turn stile in Holbourn , went to serve it upon him accordingly, but fiailing in their enterprize, and being incensed by ...
  8. Killing > murder, 5th April 1676.

    There were Three Shoe makers arraigned for Murthering a Young Woman ; they went towards Kentish Town , and there they spied her with Milk: One of them asked for some to drink; But she would not give them any: They gave and received some provoking words, wh...
  9. Punishment summary, 25th April 1677.

    Here was expectation of the Tryal of a Midwife for taking up a Childe out of its Grave, &c. but for some reasons it was put off. Also a horrid murder was in Easter week committed in the Hay market by Charing cross, where a Hackney Coachman falling out ...
  10. Killing > infanticide; Killing > infanticide, 1st June 1677.

    After this was the Tryal of a Midwife of the Parish of St. Giles Cripplegate , who was Indicted by her self, and immediately after two very aged poor women being Searcher s towards Wapping Indicted jointly for murdering a certain male Child by choaking the...