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  1. Thomas Murphy, defendant name in trial of Thomas Murphy, Theft > other; Charles Doyle, Theft > receiving, 16th January 1685.

    Thomas Murphy and Charles Doyle Indicted, the former as principal, and latter as accessory, for stealing a Golden cross, a Handkerchief, and a Leaden Meddal, inlayed with Gold , from Justin MacCartis Esq , of St. Martins in the fields , on the 19th of Nove...
  2. Christopher Murphy, Newington, defendant name in trial of Violent Theft > highway robbery; Violent Theft > highway robbery; Christopher Murphy, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 15th October 1718.

    ThomasMultus, alias Colethurst of Newington , was indicted for assaulting Thomas Philip , upon the Highway, and taking from him, a Cloth Coat value 2 s.6 d. a pair of Spurs value 2 s. and a Gelding value 20 l. the property of Matth.ew Lant , the 22d of Sep...
  3. Henry Murphy, St. Giles's in the Fields, defendant name in trial of Henry Murphy, Theft > grand larceny, 14th October 1724.

    Henry Murphy , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously stealing divers Wearing Apparel , the Property of Thomas Wilbey , the 16th of August last. It appear'd by the Evidence, That the Prosecutor left his Cloaths with his Sister, and he ...
  4. Margaret Murphy in trial of Jonathan Wilde, Theft > shoplifting; Jonathan Wilde, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 13th May 1725.

    Jonathan Wilde , of S. Andrew's Holborn , was indicted for privately stealing, in the Shop of Katharine Stetham, 50 Yards of Lace, value 40 l. the Goods of Katharine Stetham , on the 22d of January last. He was a 2d time indicted, for that whereas 50 Yards...
  5. Walter Murphy, victim name in trial of Margery Hawkins, Theft > other, 25th April 1726.

    Margery Hawkins , of Aldgate , was indicted for stealing 3 Gowns, 3 Smocks, 4 Towels, 2 Aprons, and 2 Caps , the Goods of Walter Murphy , on the 27th of April last. Acquitted .
  6. Margaret Murphy, St. Martin's in the Fields, defendant name in trial of Margaret Murphy, Theft > theft from a specified place, 28th February 1728.

    Margaret Murphy , of St. Martin's in the Fields , was indicted for privately and feloniously stealing out of the House of John Cordes , a Silver Salver, value 5 l. and a Silver Tea pot, value 5 l. on the 15th of Jan . last, the Property of Peter Casteels ....
  7. MARGARET MURPHY in Ordinary's Account, 27th March 1728.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE his ACCOUNT, Of the Behaviour, Confession, and dying Words of the Malefactors who were Executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 27th of this Instant March, 1728. ***N. B. Whereas in the last Dying Speech of the Malefactors, who were exe...
  8. MARGARET MURPHY in Ordinary's Account, 27th March 1728.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE his ACCOUNT, Of the Behaviour, Confession, and dying Words of the Malefactors who were Executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 27th of this Instant March, 1728. ***N. B. Whereas in the last Dying Speech of the Malefactors, who were exe...
  9. Jane Murphy in trial of Theft > theft from a specified place; Jane Murphey, Theft > theft from a specified place, 6th December 1732.

    40, 41. and Jane Murphey alias Macloughlane , were indicted for stealing a Velvet Purse, a Silk Purse, 88 Guineas, and four half Guineas, the Goods and Money of Henry Green , in his House , Nov. 2 . Henry Green. On the 2d of Nov. I got up in the Morning to...
  10. JANE MURPHY in Ordinary's Account, 29th January 1733.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were EXECUTED at TYBURN, On MONDAY the 29th of this Instant JANUARY, 1733. BEING THE FIRST EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon. JOHN BARBER. N...