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  1. John Harding, Theft > housebreaking, 11th October 1699.

    John Harding , of the Parish of St. John Wapping , was Indicted for Felony and Robbery, for Breaking the Dwelling House of Edward Sanders in the Day time, no Person being therein, on the 27th. of September last, and taking thence two Nests of Cyprus and Wa...
  2. John West, Sexual Offences > assault with intent, 13th December 1699.

    John West , was Indicted for a Misdemeanor, for assaulting on Mary Bowden , Spinster , a Virgin, under the Age of Ten Years, with an intent to Ravish, and Carnally know her . The Child's Mother declared, that she found some Signs upon the Childs Body, and ...
  3. Thomas Cookson, Miscellaneous > kidnapping, 13th December 1699.

    Thomas Cookson , was Indicted for a Misdemeanor, for Kidnapping one Edward Buttler a Boy , and carrying him on Board the Ship, called, The Benjamin and Mary, with an Intention to convey him beyond the Seas to Maryland : The Boy said, that another Person me...
  4. Advertisements, 13th December 1699.

    ADVERTISEMENTS. You that do want a Cure, and a Physician need, If that you come betimes, you may be cur'd with speed. He liveth at the Blew Ball in Whale bone Court, at the Lower end of Bartholomew Lane, by the Royal Exchange. WHO infallibly cures the Fren...
  5. Charles Newey, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 15th January 1700.

    Charles Newey , of the Parish of St. Mary le Savoy , was Indicted for Felony, for that he the 24th of September in the 6th. Year of the King and late Queen, at the said Parish did take to Wife one Hannah Goodrich , and that afterwards the 22d. of May in th...
  6. Mary Collins, Theft > theft from a specified place, 28th August 1700.

    Mary Collins , of the Parish of St James Westminster , was Indicted for Felony and Robbery, for Robbing the House of John George , on the 11th of August last, and taking thence a Holland Sheet, 2 Shirts; the Goods of John George, and two Shirts, 1 Flannel ...
  7. Mathew Attkinson, Royal Offences > religious offences, 28th August 1700.

    Mathew Attkinson , of the Parish of St. Clements Deans , was Indicted for that he after the 25th of March 1700. to witt the 9th of June last, then and before, being in the Office and Function of a Popish Priest, unlawfully and wickedly, and after the manne...
  8. Ordinary's Account, 6th September 1700.

    The Confessions, Behaviour, and dying Speeches, of the Criminals that were Executed at Tyburn the Sixth of September, 1700. DEvereux Pheasant, born in London, confest the Crimes for which he was Condemn'd, viz. Felony and Burglary. Acknowledged also that h...
  9. Ordinary's Account, 21st July 1703.

    The ORDINARY of NEWGATE his Account of the Behaviour, Confessions, and Dying Words, of John Peter Dramatti, Elizabeth Tetherington, alias Smith, and Jane Bowman, who were Executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday, the 21th of July, 1703. AT the Sessions held in the...
  10. Ordinary's Account, 11th August 1703.

    The ORDINARY of NEWGATE his Account of the Behaviour, Confession, Dying Speech, and last Prayer of Thomas Cook, who was Executed at Tyburn, on Wednesday the 11th of August, 1703. ON Friday the 9th of July last, at the Sessions held at Justice Hall in the O...

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