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Searched for all punishments where the transcription matches '+peruke' (all words must be present) and sentencet category is death, between 1690 and 1720

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  1. Robert Wright, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Wright, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 7th December 1692.

    Robert Wright was indicted upon two Indictments, one for robbing Nicholas Vaughan in the King's High way, on the 6th of November ; the second for robbing John Clayton in the same manner , on the 5th day of December instant: the Prisoner met Vaughan between...
  2. Robert Maynard, Killing > murder, 27th February 1696.

    Robert Maynard of the Parish of St. Giles without Cripplegate , was indicted (together with Samuel Mercer and George Draper , not yet taken) for the Murther of George Stockton , on the 14th of December last, with a certain Neckcloth, val. 6 d. by tying the...
  3. Elizabeth Lowe, Theft > burglary, 1st September 1697.

    Elizabeth Lowe , of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted for Felony and Robbery, for robbing Joseph Bendy on the 17th of July last, and taking thence a Peruke, val. 12 s. It appeared that she came to the House with Flower and Chamberlain ...
  4. Joan Browne, Violent Theft > robbery; William Flora, Violent Theft > robbery; John Chamberlain, Violent Theft > robbery, 1st September 1697.

    Joan Browne, alias Jackson, alias Honyhoone , William Flora, alias Flower , and John Chamberlain , all of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , were indicted for Felony and Robbery on the 17th of July last, about 10 in the Night, and taking from Joseph...
  5. Charles Dean, Theft > burglary, 6th September 1710.

    Charles Dean , of the Parish of Shipperton , was indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of John Stone , in the Night time, with an Intention to Steal the Goods, Chattel and Mony thereof , on the 7th of June last. The Evidence for the Queen deposed, ...
  6. John Corbet, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 8th July 1713.

    John Corbet of the Parish of St. Faith's , was Indicted for assaulting James Shippard , Esq , upon the Queen's High way, and violently taking from him a Peruke, value 5 l. and a Hat 5 s. the Goods of the said James Shippard , on the 3d of June last. It app...
  7. George Woodward, Theft > pocketpicking; John Watts, Theft > pocketpicking, 12th October 1715.

    George Woodward , of the Parish of St. Martin in the Fields , was indicted for privately stealing, a Peruke value 3 l. from the Person of John Watts , on the 9th instant . The Prosecutor swore, that going home with a Friend, about 10 a Clock at Night, his ...
  8. William White, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Thurland, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Chapman, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William White, Killing > murder; Thomas Thurland, Killing > murder; John Chapman, Killing > murder; William White, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Thurland, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Chapman, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William White, Theft > housebreaking; James Russell, Theft > housebreaking; Deborah Stent, Theft > receiving, 17th May 1716.

    William White , Thomas Thurland , and John Chapman , of the Parish of St. Andrew Holborn , were arraigned for assaulting John Knapp , Gent . on the Highway, and robbing him of a Hat, value 1 s. and a Peruke, value 3 s. on the 31st of March last. They were ...
  9. Thomas Jackson, Theft > burglary; Thomas Jackson, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 6th September 1716.

    Thomas Jackson alias Purchase , of the Parish of St. Giles in the Field , was indicted for breaking the House of Edward Barrel in the Night time, and stealing thence a Silver Watch, value 30 s. 4 Gold Rings 4 l. and other Goods of considerable Worth , belo...
  10. Walter Shaw, Theft > grand larceny, 6th September 1716.

    Walter Shaw , of the Parish of Margaret's Westminster ,, was indicted for privately stealing 1 Peruke, value 9 l from the Person of Thomas Brailsford , on the 5th of August last; which being a very plain Fact, he was Guilty . [Death. See summary.]