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  1. Killing > infanticide; Killing > infanticide, 1st June 1677.

    After this was the Tryal of a Midwife of the Parish of St. Giles Cripplegate , who was Indicted by her self, and immediately after two very aged poor women being Searcher s towards Wapping Indicted jointly for murdering a certain male Child by choaking the...
  2. Frances Watson, Theft > other, 11th July 1677.

    The fourth was famous Frances Watson , otherwise called Mrs. Riggs the younger. Thieving had been her Trade from her infancy; her Mother often Condemn'd, and then under Transportation; one or two of her Brothers, and several pretended Husbands or Gallants ...
  3. Front matter from Proceedings, 11th July 1677.

    A TRUE NARRATIVE OF THE Proceedings at the Sessions House IN THE Old Baily: Beginning on the 11th of this instant July, 1677. Wherein is contained the Tryal of the Woman for committing that odious sin of Buggery with a Dog; And likewise of the Man for Bugg...
  4. Killing > murder, 11th July 1677.

    There succeeded a long and remarkable Tryal of a young Girl for murdering her own Mother by poyson . The Prosecution was grounded wholly upon upon her own voluntary Confession, and several worthy persons proved that she had acknowledged it to them; and als...
  5. Sexual Offences > bigamy, 6th September 1677.

    A Man married about 10 years ago to a Woman in the Country, having about 3 year since married another at Aldgate (the first being still living) was for the same Arraigned : His first Wives Sister proved the first Marriage, and that they lived together and ...
  6. Ordinary's Account, 19th December 1677.

    THE CONFESSION AND EXECUTION Of the Five Prisoners that suffered at TYBURN On Wednesday the 19th of Decemb. 1677. VIZ. Margaret Riggs, alias Grover, William Longman. { John Ruddocke, Henry Payne, and Elizabeth Hewet. WITH An Account of their penitent Behav...
  7. Royal Offences > coining offences; Royal Offences > coining offences; Royal Offences > coining offences, 11th April 1678.

    The next was a very considerable Tryal, three women being tried for High Treason, for Clipping eight Half crowns of King Charles the first's Coin, and ten other Half crowns of King James's, and taking six pence off of each of them . Notice was first taken ...
  8. Sexual Offences > rape, 3rd July 1678.

    The next was a young fellow for a filthy bruitish offence being Arrained on the Statute of 18 Eliz. cap. 7. for having the Carnal knowledgeof a Maiden Child , under the Age of Ten years , The case was thus, (as far as 'tis necessary or fit with modesty to ...
  9. Theft > burglary; Theft > burglary, 16th October 1678.

    Two Women and a Man were tryed for a Burghlary in the Parish of Paddington , on the 27th of September last: the Evidence swore positively, that between two and three of the clock in the night, the two Women at Bar, and four Men, came to his House, broke op...
  10. 11th December 1678.

    Old Bailey Proceedings; 11th December 1678, 1 37 11December1678 AN Exact Account OF THE TRIALS Of the several Persons ARRAIGNED At the Sessions house in the Old Bailey For LONDON & MIDDLESEX. Beginning on Wednesday, Decemb. 11. 1678. and ending the 12t...

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