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  1. John Hill, Theft > animal theft, 28th February 1728.

    John Hill, of St. Dunstan's Stepney , was indicted for stealing a Weather Sheep, value 20 s. on the 12th of Feb . last, the Property of Anthony Ridley . John Hill , Jun. made himself an Evidence, and depos'd, That himself, the Prisoner, and one Jackson, to...
  2. Henry Jackson, Theft > animal theft; John Hill, Theft > animal theft; Henry Jackson, Theft > animal theft, 28th February 1728.

    Henry Jackson , and the aforesaid John Hill , were indicted for feloniously stealing a Weather Sheep, value 20 s. and an Ewe Sheep, value 20 s. on the 6th of Feb . last. John Hill, Jun. still made himself an Evidence, and depos'd, That he being concerned w...
  3. Robert Hodges, Theft > grand larceny; George Andrew, Theft > grand larceny; Joseph Greswold, Theft > receiving, 10th May 1744.

    244, 245. Robert Hodges and George Andrew , were indicted for stealing a fore sail, value 7 s. 6 d. a gib sail, value 4 s. a trivet, value 3 s. four stanchions, value 3 s. a tolling rope, value 5 s. a bolt, value 1 d. three cross bars, value 1 s. 6 d. a sc...
  4. John Mather, Theft > receiving, 12th September 1764.

    539. (M.) John Mather was indicted for receiving two hempen sacks, value 4 s. and eight bushels of malt, value 27 s. the property of Jonathan Saunders , well knowing the same to have been stolen by Joseph Dimmock . John Oliver Jones produced a copy of the ...
  5. ALEXANDER GREGORY, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 15th September 1784.

    786. ALEXANDER GREGORY was indicted for feloniously assaulting William Cole , in a certain field, and open place, near the King's high way, on the 1st day of August last, and putting him in fear and danger of his life, and feloniously taking from his perso...
  6. CONDE-GROT MONDENO, Theft > grand larceny, 19th February 1800.

    179. CONDE GROT MONDENO was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 8th of February , two deal planks, value 5s. the property of William Bough and John Holmes . (The prisoner was a foreigner, but chose to be tried by an English Jury. An interpreter was s...
  7. ISAAC HOLLOWAY, Theft > grand larceny, 9th July 1800.

    506. ISAAC HOLLOWAY was, indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 20th of May , two double sheave blocks, and five brass sheaves, value 6l. 6s. the property of the Mayor and Commonalty of the City of London . Second Count. Laying them to be the property o...
  8. JAMES WALTON, Theft > theft from a specified place, 1st July 1801.

    598. JAMES WALTON was indicted for feloniously stealing in the dwelling house of Daniel Conley , on the 21st of May , a bank note, value 40l. and another bank note, value 10l. the property of the said Daniel.(The case was opened by Mr. Knapp.) WILLIAM COTT...
  9. ELIZABETH WATKINS, Theft > grand larceny, 17th February 1802.

    244. ELIZABETH WATKINS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 21st of January , two bottles of elder wine, value 2s. a windowcurtain, value 2s. a pair of stockings, value 1s. a towel, value 6d. a brush, value 2d. and a ribbon, value 1d. the property...
  10. WILLIAM RAWEY, Theft > grand larceny, 27th October 1802.

    768. WILLIAM RAWEY was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 8th of October , three pounds and a half of raw sugar, value 1s. 6d. the property of Alexander Donaldson , George Glenning , William Morgan , and Alexander Macbean . Second Count. Charging it...