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  1. Thomas Davis, Royal Offences > coining offences, 15th October 1718.

    Thomas Davis of Stepney was indicted for counterfeiting the current Coyn of the Kingdom, and making 20 pieces in the Likeness and of Shillings . Martha Masden , deposed, that the Prisoner Mrs. Reynolds and Sherwin sent her out to buy a pound of Block Tin, ...
  2. Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1718.

    , of the Parish of St. Andrew's Wardrobe , was indicted for feloniously stealing 60 yards of Mantua Silk, value 20 l. the Property of Henry Risden and James Mumford , the 7th of October last. Ann Wickes deposed that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutors Sho...
  3. Ralph Emmery, Theft > burglary; Ralph Emmery, Killing > murder; Ralph Emmery, Violent Theft > robbery; Mary Garret, Theft > receiving, 5th December 1718.

    Ralph Emmery alias Emersly , of the Parish of White chappel , was indicted for breaking the House of David Manson in the Night time, and stealing divers Goods to a Considerable value, the property of Mary Manson the 9th of February last was 12 Months; the ...
  4. Mary Richards, Theft > housebreaking; Mary Richards, Theft > housebreaking, 15th January 1719.

    Mary Richards Mother , and Mary Richards Daughter of the Parish of Hanwell were indicted for breaking House of Sarah Bransgrove and stealing thence 20 of Burdet value tax 50 s. a Gold R and other Goods the Property of Alice Bransgrove the 7th of December l...
  5. Ordinary's Account, 23rd February 1719.

    THE Ordinary of NEWGATE HIS ACCOUNT OF THE Behaviour and last dying Words OF Edward Bird, Gent . Who was Executed at TYBURN on Monday the 23d of February,1719, for the MURDER OF SAMUEL LOXTON, At the Bagnio in Silver street, Westminster. LONDON Printed for...
  6. John Murry, Sexual Offences > rape, 25th February 1719.

    John Murry of St. James's Westminster , Esq: alias Sir John Murry Barronet , was indicted for committing a Rape upon the Body of Mary Mackneal , a Girl above 10 Years of Age, on the 21st of January last; Mary Mackneal declar'd that being left in a Room up ...
  7. Sexual Offences > rape, 25th February 1719.

    , was indicted for a Rape by him committed on the Body of Bridget Stevenson on the 6th of May last, she being an Infant at that time under the Age of 10 Years . The Girl deposed that in May last the Prisoner committed the said Rape and enter'd her Body in ...
  8. Thomas Pitmore, Killing > murder; Peter Trevers, Killing > murder, 8th April 1719.

    Thomas Pitmore and Peter Trevers , of St. Margaret Westminster , were indicted, the former for the Murder of Daniel Williams on the 17th of March last, by assaulting him with a drawn Sword value 2 s. and giving him there with one Mortal Wound on his Right ...
  9. Margaret Underwood, Theft > grand larceny, 14th May 1719.

    Margaret Underwood , of the Parish of Christ Church , was indicted for feloniously stealing 10 Silk Handker chiefs and a Fan to the value of 35 s. the Goods of Martha Wenman . The Prosecutor deposed that the Prisoner was formerly her Servant , and had got ...
  10. Robert Morgan, Theft > burglary; Christian Manning, Theft > receiving, 14th May 1719.

    Robert Morgan and Christian Manning , of St. Andrews Holbourn were indicted; the former for breaking open the House of in the Night time, and stealing thence 12 Linnen Aprons,4 Stall Cloths, one Sheet,2 Coats, a pair of Shoes, a Steal and 8 pound of Fat , ...

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