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  1. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/006.
    Description: George Hale of George's Court, Clerkenwell and Vincent Wisek, of Clerkenwell, dial plate painter, make statements in the case against Thomas Smith, who is charged with several highway robberies

  2. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/007.
    Description: Henry Dobbins of Leather Lane, victualler, states that he hired a horse to Thomas Smith, who is charged with several highway robberies

  3. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/008.
    Description: William Lomas, driver of the Birmingham stage coach, accuses Thomas Smith of stopping the coach, six miles from Highgate, and robbing the passengers

  4. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/009.
    Description: Francis Parsons states that Thomas Smith, who is charged with several highway robberies, he had taken out a writ for his arrest for an unpaid rent debt and that he arrived on a horse at his house in Hampstead to pay him

  5. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/010.
    Description: John Osborne, servant to Thomas Nicholl of Neasden, accuses Thomas Smith of attempting to rob his master at pistol point after stopping his chaise at Finchley Church

  6. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/011.
    Description: Thomas Holland, Excise Office, accuses Thomas Smith of robbing him of money and silver when he stopped the Birmingham stage coach on Finchley Common

  7. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/012.
    Description: Thomas Reynolds of Warwick accuses Thomas Smith of robbing him of a moidore (Portuguese gold coin) and money when he stopped the Birmingham stage coach on Finchley Common

  8. Thomas Smith, 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1766/04/013.
    Description: William Caldecott accuses Thomas Smith of robbing him of money and silver when he stopped a post chaise at Mimms Wash

  9. Thomas Smith, 2nd July 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith, 13/07/1767.
    Document Type and Location: conditional pardon, The National Archives, SP 44/89 f.121.

  10. Thomas Smith, 2nd July 1766.
    Trials: t17660409-23
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Smith, 10/07/1766.
    Document Type and Location: note re petition and respite of sentence, The National Archives, SP 44/88 ff.307,311.