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  1. John Giddis, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Henry Smith, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Beesley, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 25th April 1750.

    333. 334. 335. John Giddis , Henry Smith , John Beesley , were indicted, for that they, in a certain field, or open place near the king's highway, on William Hudd , did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life, two pence half pe...
  2. Michael Nunnan, Royal Offences > coining offences, 25th April 1750.

    345. Michael Nunnan , was indicted, for counterfeiting the silver Coin of this Kingdom , Feb. 23 . Thomas Halfpeny . I have known the prisoner near six months, the first time I ever saw him was at the Queen's head, Vere street, Clare market; after that I h...
  3. Ordinary's Account, 16th May 1750.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE'S ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, & Dying Words Of the THIRTEEN MALEFACTORS Who were executed at TYBURN On Wednesday the 16th of MAY, 1750. BEING THE Third EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Right Honble Sir Samuel Pennant,...
  4. Elizabeth Banks, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 30th May 1750.

    380. Elizabeth Banks , was indicted, for that she, in a certain field, or open place, near the King's highway, on Frances Mercer , spinster, did make an assault, putting her in corporal fear, &c. one stay, value 1 s. one pair of stockings, one linen bi...
  5. William Tasker, Theft > grand larceny, 30th May 1750.

    405. William Tasker , was indicted for stealing nine shillings in money number'd , the property of Solomon Smither , April 21 . Solomon Smither . The prisoner's father was fellow servant with me in Mr. Fuller's brew house. About the beginning of April I re...
  6. Ordinary's Account, 6th July 1750.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE'S ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, & Dying Words Of the THREE MALEFACTORS Who were executed at TYBURN On Friday the 6th of JULY, 1750. BEING THE First EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Right Honble John Blachford, Esq ; LOR...
  7. John Mitchell, Theft > theft from a specified place; Mary Smith, Theft > theft from a specified place, 11th July 1750.

    418, 419. John Mitchell and Mary Smith , were indicted for stealing out of their ready furnished lodging rooms, one pair of sheets, two pillowbiers, a looking glass, a linen towel, one diaper napkin, a mahogony waiter, the goods of Ann Kirk , widow, agains...
  8. Thomas Crawford, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 11th July 1750.

    439. Thomas Crawford was indicted, for that he on the king's highway, upon Valentine Harris did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life, one silver watch, value 3 l. one periwig, value 10 s. from his person did steal, take and ...
  9. Mary Kelley, Theft > burglary, 11th July 1750.

    440. Mary Kelley , late of Fulham , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Henry Holland , and stealing from thence five copper sauce pans, value 12 s. one brass saucepan and one brass kettle, value 12 d. the goods of the said Henry. ...
  10. William Tankling, Sexual Offences > rape, 11th July 1750.

    444. William Tankling , was indicted for a rape committed on the body of Anne Collings , spinster, a child under four years of age , May 10 . Catharine Higgins . The child was at play, and was taken from the door by the prisoner at the bar, on the 10th of ...

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