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  1. Richard Kirk, Theft > theft from a specified place, 26th February 1724.

    Richard Kirk , of the Parish of Hadley , was indicted for feloniously stealing 30 l. in Money, in the Dwelling House of Thomas Ellis , the 20th of December last. There being no Evidence against the Prisoner, he was acquitted . It also appear'd by the Evide...
  2. Lewis Hussare, Killing > murder, 26th February 1724.

    Lewis Hussare , of the Parish of Shoreditch , was indicted for the Murder of Ann Hussare , his Wife , the 26th of February last. He was also indicted a second Time on the Coroners Inquest. Ann Rondeau , the Mother of the Deceased, depos'd, That she living ...
  3. William Nichols, Sexual Offences > rape; William Nichols, Breaking Peace > assault, 26th February 1724.

    William Nichols , of St. Ann Aldersgate , was indicted for Ravishing and carnally knowing Dorcas Reeves , an Infant of five Years of Age, the 9th of February last. He was also indicted a second Time for an Assault upon the said Dorcas Reeves . The Mother o...
  4. Francis Soaper, Killing > murder, 26th February 1724.

    Francis Soaper , of the Parish of Fulham , was indicted for the Murther of Isaac Wrench , the 22d of February last, by giving him one mortal Wound in the Throat . The Wife of the Deceased depos'd, That she suspected the Prisoner to have murthered her Husba...
  5. Lewis Hussare, Sexual Offences > bigamy, 15th April 1724.

    Lewis Hussare , who was try'd the last Sessions, for the Murther of his Wife, was indicted for marrying Elizabeth Hern in January last, his former Wife Ann Hussare (since murthered) being then alive . As to the first Marriage. Henry Briel , Minister of the...
  6. Ordinary's Account, 29th April 1724.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE his ACCOUNT, Of the Behaviour, Confession, and last dying Words of the Five Malefactors, who were Executed at Tyburn on Wednesday the 29th of April, 1724. AT the King's Commission of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, &c, held at...
  7. Edward Edwards, Theft > theft from a specified place; Lydia Edwards, Theft > theft from a specified place, 21st May 1724.

    Edward Edwards , and Lydia Edwards of Allhallow's in the Wall , were, indicted for feloniously stealing a Cotton Gown and Petticoat, the Goods of Hannah Dicks , in the Dwelling House of Edward Lightfoot , the 15th of April last. It appear'd by the Evidence...
  8. Mary Smith, Killing > murder, 21st May 1724.

    Mary, Wife of Charles Smith , of the Parish of St. Giles in the Fields , was indicted for the Murder of Elizabeth Moulton , an Infant of five Years of Age, by pushing her under the Wheel of a Dray, on the 7th of this Instant May . She was also indicted a s...
  9. Theft > burglary, 21st May 1724.

    William alias Richard Hudson, alias Thickhead , of St. John Wapping , was indicted together with Henry Salter , not yet taken, for breaking the House of Samuel Yeoman in the Night Time, about a Fortnight before last Christmas was Twelve month, and feloniou...
  10. Ordinary's Account, 15th June 1724.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE his ACCOUNT, Of the Behaviour, Confession, and last dying Words of the Two Malefactors, who were Executed at Tyburn on Monday the 15th of June, 1724. AT the King's Commission of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, &c, held at Just...

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