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  1. James Ryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Garret Farrel, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Macmahon, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 14th January 1737.

    20. James Ryan , Garret Farrel , and Hugh Macmahon , were indicted for assaulting Edmund Rowbottom , in a certain Field near the King's Highway, putting him in fear, and taking from a Hat, value 2 s a Peruke, value 2 s. a Cloth Coat, value 5 s. a Cloth Wai...
  2. Simon Turner, Theft > burglary, 16th February 1737.

    44. Simon Turner , was indicted (with James Harrison not taken) for breaking and entering the House of John Fosset , about the Hour of One in the Night, and stealing a Brass Pail, value 20 s. a brass Bowl, value 8 s. 14 Pewter Plates, value 12 s. Six Pewte...
  3. Ordinary's Account, 3rd March 1737.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who was EXECUTED at TYBURN, THURSDAY the Third of this Instant March, BEING THE EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon . Sir , JOHN THOMPSON, Number....
  4. Ann Mudd, Killing > petty treason, 20th April 1737.

    7. Ann Mudd , of St. James's Westminster , was indicted, for that she not having God before her Eyes, &c. on Thomas Mudd her Husband, feloniously, treasonably, and willfully, did make an Assault, and with a certain Knife, value 1 d. which she held in h...
  5. Charles Burn, Theft > burglary; Richard Ingram, Theft > burglary, 20th April 1737.

    9. Charles Burn , was a second Time indicted with Richard Ingram , for breaking and entering the dwelling House of Charles Attwood , at St. James's Clerkenwell , about the Hour of 7 at Night, and stealing a Wooden Drawer, value 3 d. and 35 s in Money , Feb...
  6. Mary Wilson, Killing > infanticide, 20th April 1737.

    20. Mary Wilson , of St. Andrew Holborn , was indicted, for that she being big with a Male Bastard Child, by the Providence of God the said Bastard Child, did privily bring forth alive, March 22 . And for that she the said Mary, on the said Child did make ...
  7. John Irons, Royal Offences > coining offences, 20th April 1737.

    55. John Irons , otherwise Thompson , was indicted, for that he not having God before his Eyes, &c. dut devising and intending, our Lord to deceive and defraud, on the 22d of February , 40 Pieces of false and counterfeit Money, of base Metal, in the Li...
  8. Constant Seers, Theft > grand larceny, 20th April 1737.

    78. Constant Seers , was indicted for stealing a Cloth Serge Coat, value 20 s. the Goods of William Hookham , April 13 . Mr. Hookham. Last Wednesday se'en night, I order'd my Man to clean my Cloaths, and he hung this Coat on the Rails of the Stairs. I sent...
  9. John Simmonds, Deception > forgery; John Simmonds, Theft > extortion, 26th May 1737.

    9. John Simmonds , of St. John Wapping , was indicted, for that he, after the 24th of June 1726, viz on the 7th of February, in the tenth Year of his Majesty's Reign , feloniously and falsely made and caused to be made, a certain forged and counterfeit Wri...
  10. Thomas Meighill, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 26th May 1737.

    21. Thomas Meighill , was indicted for assaulting Richard Crew on the King's Highway, puting him in Fear, &c and taking from him a Silk Handkerchief, value 5 s. a Hat, value 10 s. and 20 d. in Money , Sept. 3, 1733 . Richard Crew . On the 3d of Sept 17...

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