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  1. Robert Pew, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th October 1728.

    Robert Pew , was indicted for assaulting Issac Cradon , on the Highway, putting him in Fear, and taking from him a silver Watch, with a Tottoiseshell Case, studded with Gold, value eight Pounds, and 19 Shillings and Sixpence Money on the 31st of Aug . last...
  2. Elizabeth Richardson, Theft > grand larceny, 28th August 1730.

    Elizabeth Richardson , alias Bundy , of Kensington , was indicted for feloniously stealing half a Guinea, and 20 s. in Money , the Property of Sarah Hitchcock and Margaret Williams , the 9th of July last. The Prosecutors depos'd, That they and the Prisoner...
  3. Francis Hitchcock, Killing > murder, 8th December 1731.

    Francis Hitchcock , alias Whitaker , of St. Michael's Cornhill , was indicted for the Murder of Daniel Hickson , by beating and bruising him, so that of the Blows and Bruises he instantly died , on the 26th of October last. He was a second time indicted on...
  4. Punishment summary, 8th December 1731.

    The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give Judgment, as follows: Receiv'd Sentence of Death 11. James Daltman , Patrick Nowland , William Trevor , Robert Nowland , Samuel Cole , Edward Pain , William Newell , George Mason , John Norman , John Roge...
  5. Advertisements, 23rd February 1732.

    This Day is Re publish'd, The former SESSIONS PAPERS of this Mayoralty. THE First Contains, The Remarkable Tryals of Seven Street Robbers, (all young Fellows) and Three notorious House Breakers, (who were all Executed at Tyburn) also the Tryal of Duvries t...
  6. Ordinary's Account, 6th March 1732.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confessions, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were EXECUTED at TYBURN, On MONDAY the 6th of this Instant MARCH, 1731. BEING THE THIRD EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon. FRANCIS CHILD, E...
  7. John Alexander Mears, Theft > theft from a specified place; Michael Gore, Theft > receiving, 12th January 1733.

    32. John Alexander Mears, alias Cromwit, alias Emerton , was indicted for stealing a Deal Box, value 6 d. 3 Gold Rings, value 20 s. 2 Silver Spoons, value 12 s. a Silver Ladle, value 20 s. 9 Guineas, 11 s. 2 Pair of Silver Buckles, a Napkin, a Silk Hood, 2...
  8. Mary Butler, Theft > shoplifting, 5th December 1733.

    39. Mary Butler , was indicted for privately stealing five Yards of Cambrick, value 12 s. in the Shop of John Hitchcock , October 23 . John Hitchcock. The Prisoner came to my Shop between one and two, and desir'd to see some Cambrick; I shew'd her a Piece,...
  9. Patrick Branigan, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 26th February 1735.

    65. Patrick Branigan was indicted for Marrying Elizabeth Kirkwood , Jan. 11. in the seventh Year of the King , his former Wife Frances Ann Hitchcock being then living . Acquitted .
  10. Thomas Hitchcock, Theft > shoplifting, 7th December 1737.

    66. Thomas Hitchcock , was indicted for stealing a Ham of Bacon, value 5 s. the Goods of Edward Wood , in his Shop , Oct. 22 . Guilty 10 d. [Transportation. See summary.]

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