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  1. James Whitehouse, 7th March 1774.
    Trials: t17740413-90
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: James Whitehouse, 1774 Mar 7.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1774/04/019.
    Description: Martha House accuses James Whitehouse and James Piner of assaulting and robbing her in Bunhill Row, Saint Luke, and John Hartley, Margaret Thorogood and Mary Welch of receiving the stolen goods

  2. James Whitehouse, 7th March 1774.
    Trials: t17740413-90
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: James Whitehouse, 1774 Mar 7.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, OB/SP/1774/04/020.
    Description: William Parker makes a statement in the case against James Whitehouse and James Piner, who are charged with assaulting and robbing Martha House in Bunhill Row, Saint Luke

  3. Clark Bailey, selling stolen goods, 13th April 1774.
    Trials: t17740413-90
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Clark Bailey, selling stolen goods.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, LSP/1774/Apr.

  4. Thomas Haywood, horse stealing, 13th April 1774.
    Trials: t17740413-90
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Haywood, horse stealing.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, LSP/1774/Apr.

  5. William Turner, theft of bridles, 13th April 1774.
    Trials: t17740413-90
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: William Turner, theft of bridles.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, LSP/1774/Apr.

  6. James Whitehouse, attempted theft, 13th April 1774.
    Trials: t17740413-90
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: James Whitehouse, attempted theft.
    Document Type and Location: information, London Metropolitan Archives, LSP/1774/Apr.
    Comments: n.d. mayor - Merttins, 1724-5

  7. Thomas Hayward, 18th May 1774.
    Trials: t17740413-90
    Name, Date of Document and Offence: Thomas Hayward, 30/06/1774.
    Document Type and Location: note re petition and remission of sentence, The National Archives, SP 44/92 ff.276,309.