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  1. Edward Madder, Theft > burglary; Thomas Clack, Theft > burglary, 15th October 1740.

    495, 496. + Edward Madder , and Thomas Clack , of St. Mary Whitechapel , were indicted for breaking and entering the Dwelling house of John Clack , between the Hours of 1 and 2 in the night, and stealing 31 Cloth Coats, val. 30 s. 23 Cloth Wastcoats, val. ...
  2. Henry Cook, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 15th October 1740.

    498. + Henry Cook , of Finchley , was indicted for assaulting James Thomason , on the King's Highway, putting him in fear, and taking from him a Mare of a Bay Colour, val. 8 l. the Property of William Davis, a Pair of Silver Buckles, val. 5 s. a Half Guine...
  3. Thomas Bates, Deception > forgery; Elizabeth Bates, Deception > forgery, 15th October 1740.

    499, 500. + Thomas Bates , of St. Martin's in the Fields , Tobacconist , and Elizabeth Bates , of the same, Widow, were indicted, for that they feloniously and falsely made, and caused to be made and procured, a certain Writing, sealed with the Name of Hen...
  4. Ordinary's Account, 24th November 1740.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, On MONDAY the 24th of November. BEING THE FIFTH EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN SALTER Knt . Number V. ...
  5. Daniel Jackson, Killing > murder, 4th December 1740.

    6. Daniel Jackson , of St. George, Bloomsbury , Shoe maker , was indicted, for that he not having GOD before his Eyes, &c. on the 28th of Nov . on Hannah, his Wife, did make an Assault, and with a certain Pistol, value 12 d. charged with Powder, and sm...
  6. Charles Shooter, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th January 1741.

    2. Charles Shooter , of St. Botolph Bishop's gate , was indicted for stealing a Worsted Purse, value 2 d. two 3 l. 12 s. Pieces, 28 36 s. Pieces, 4 Guineas, and 1 half Guinea, the Money of Robert Barnard , in his dwelling House , Dec. 15 . Robert Barnard ....
  7. Elizabeth Fox, Violent Theft > robbery; Priscilla Mahon, Violent Theft > robbery; John Elvar, Violent Theft > robbery, 16th January 1741.

    18, 19, 20 Elizabeth Fox , Priscilla Mahon , alias Trilcourt , and John Elvar , of St. Martin in the Fields , were indicted for that they on the 23d of October last, in the dwelling House of a Person unknown, on William Layton , in the Peace, &c. did m...
  8. James Robinson, Killing > murder, 16th January 1741.

    36. James Robinson , of St. George, Hanover Square , was indicted for that he on the 4th of Dec . feloniously, willfully , &c. on Mary Terry , an Infant , about the Age of 2 Years, did make an Assault, and with a certain Poker made of Iron, value 1 d. ...
  9. Ann James, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th January 1741.

    41. Ann James , was indicted (with Ann Hunt not taken) for assaulting John Woodland on the King's Highway, putting him in Fear, &c. and taking from him a silver Watch, value 3 l. and a silver Chain, value 7 s. the Property of the said Woodland , Dec. 1...
  10. Thomas Cole, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th January 1741.

    56 Thomas Cole , was indicted for stealing a Gold Watch, val. 10 l. a gold Chain, val. 3 l. a Cornelian Seal, and a Chrystal Seal, the Goods of George Tomkins , in his Dwelling House , Dec. 19 . Geo Tomkins . On the 19th of December my Wife having Occasion...

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