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  1. Theft > other, 29th April 1674.

    There was also a Woman tryed for stealing a Silver Cup , the manner thus; she went to a Victualling House to drink a pot of Ale, and after having tarried some time, she desired the Woman of the House to lend her a Chamber pot, which she going to fetch it f...
  2. Mall. Floyd, Theft > other, 17th July 1674.

    Besides these persons Condemned to die, there were 5. Convicted of severall Felonies which desired the mercy of the Court for transportation, and had it granted, being sentence'd accordingly, of whom one Mall. Floyd was particularly remarkable for her Crim...
  3. Theft > theft from a specified place, 14th January 1676.

    After this a woman was indicted, for that she together with two men, not yet taken, went into a house in the City, and pretended themselves persons of quality, one of the men saying he was Steward to a person of Honour, and the other a Gentleman newly come...
  4. Theft > grand larceny; Theft > theft from a specified place, 3rd July 1678.

    The last tryed were a woman for stealing a Silver Tankard, worth seven pound ten, about three years ago , and a Man for stealing another Silver Tankard, 24 Sept. last from an Ale house in St. Martins in the fields , who were both found Guilty , the Man hav...
  5. John Leak, Theft > theft from a specified place, 11th December 1678.

    5. John Leak of White chappel Indicted, for that he the 16th. Novemb. 1678. did steal two Pieces of Broad cloth from one William Mackham , off the Tenters in Goodmans Fields , &c. He pleaded Not Guilty, and put himself upon the Countrey. Then was tried...
  6. John Spittle, Theft > grand larceny, 11th December 1678.

    The last was John Spittle , for stealing the goods of Humphrey Wych . Against whom Wych gave Evidence that he lost such goods as are charged in the Indictment, and found them in the Custody of the Prisoner, and that the value was 7 s. And one Bayley depose...
  7. Theft > theft from a specified place, 5th June 1679.

    A kind of outlandish Fellow being in charity taken in at Linn by a Scotch Master of a Vessel , and his Passage given him to London, was so ill natur'd as to requite that kindness by stealing out of the Ship, as she lay at the Armitage stairs , a considerab...
  8. Martha Edwards, Theft > grand larceny; Martha Hair, Theft > grand larceny; Elizabeth Hicks, Theft > grand larceny, 26th February 1680.

    Martha Edwards Martha Hair , and Elizabeth Hicks were Indicted for stealing 28 Yards of flowered Silk, vallued at fourteen pounds , from one Edward Rigby , the former viz. Edwards alledged she bought it of Hair, and Hair affirmed she had it of Hicks, who l...
  9. Supplementary material, 20th May 1681.

    John Francis Dickason , the Popish Priest, who pretends himself Chaplain to the Portugal Embassador, and was Condemn'd the last Sessions, for perverting one Martha Cook, from the Protestant to the Romish Religion, having obtained his Majesties Pardon , ple...
  10. Supplementary material, 31st August 1681.

    Loyalus Anderson, alias, Munson , one of the three Jesuits that have lain so long under Conviction in Newgate, having obtained his Majesties Gracious Pardon , but with condition to depart the Land in 14 days , Pleaded the same upon his Knees, and had it al...