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  1. Thomas Bunting, victim name in trial of Peter Cook, Theft > grand larceny, 10th December 1735.

    6. Peter Cook , was indicted for stealing eighteen pair of Kid Gloves, value 24 s. the Goods of Thomas Bunting , November 8 . Acquitted .
  2. Elizabeth Bunting in trial of John Baily, Theft > theft from a specified place, 10th June 1736.

    60. John Baily , (indicted three Times yesterday) was indicted again, for stealing six Iron Bars fixed to the House of Mark Wynne , Esq , May 12 . Elizabeth Bunting . I saw the Prisoner go into the House between 1 and 2 o'Clock, and let in another Person: ...
  3. Anthony Bunting in trial of John Baily, Theft > theft from a specified place, 10th June 1736.

    60. John Baily , (indicted three Times yesterday) was indicted again, for stealing six Iron Bars fixed to the House of Mark Wynne , Esq , May 12 . Elizabeth Bunting . I saw the Prisoner go into the House between 1 and 2 o'Clock, and let in another Person: ...
  4. John Bunting in trial of William Lyford, Theft > shoplifting; John Matthews, Theft > receiving; Elizabeth Busco, Theft > receiving, 17th January 1739.

    112, 113, 114. William Lyford was indicted for stealing 10 Pieces of Damask, val. 20 s. the Goods of John Haines , 11 Peices of Ducape, val. 12 s the Goods of Flora Shaw , in the Shop of John Bunting , Jan. 12. And John Matthews and Elizabeth Busco for rec...
  5. Thomas Bunting, victim name in trial of John Phillips, Theft > grand larceny, 13th January 1749.

    93. John Phillips was indicted for stealing one cloth coat, val. 30 s. one pair of shag breeches, val. 15 s. one dimitty waistcoat, val. 6 s. four yards and a half of cloth, val. 10 s. and other things the goods of John Bannerman , and Thomas Bunting Esq ;...
  6. Thomas Bunting in trial of John Phillips, Theft > grand larceny, 13th January 1749.

    93. John Phillips was indicted for stealing one cloth coat, val. 30 s. one pair of shag breeches, val. 15 s. one dimitty waistcoat, val. 6 s. four yards and a half of cloth, val. 10 s. and other things the goods of John Bannerman , and Thomas Bunting Esq ;...
  7. John Bunting in trial of JOHN PLUMB, Theft > grand larceny, 17th February 1773.

    297. (L.) JOHN PLUMB was indicted for stealing 7 lb. of pork, value 3 s. 2 lb. of pork sausages, value 14 d. one quarter of a guinea, and eight pence halfpenny in money, numbered , the property of Edward Eaton . Jan. 19th . ~ Edward Eaton . I live in Bisho...
  8. ANN BUNTING in trial of ELIZABETH HARRIS, Theft > grand larceny, 17th October 1781.

    597. ELIZABETH HARRIS , spinster , was indicted for stealing a black silk cloak, value 25 s. the property of Ann Baker , September the 15th . SARAH ELLIOT sworn. I am an apprentice to Mrs. Baker. The prisoner came into Mrs. Baker's shop, on the 15th of Sep...
  9. JONATHAN BUNTING in trial of JOSEPH SLACK, Deception > forgery, 7th May 1788.

    386. JOSEPH SLACK was indicted for that he, on the 25th day of April last, in the parish of St. Dunstan's in the West, having in his custody or possession, a certain order for the payment of money, addressed to Messrs. Goslings, subscribed Foster Bower , w...
  10. FRANCIS BUNTING, defendant name in trial of FRANCIS BUNTING, Theft > grand larceny; ANN GALLANT, Theft > grand larceny, 10th December 1788.

    63. FRANCIS BUNTING and ANN GALLANT were indicted for stealing, on the 2d of December , two pair of linen sheets, value 30 s. two pair of linen pillow biers, value 3 s. a cotton sopha cover, value 10 s. two table cloths, value 8 s. a large table spoon, val...