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  1. Nathaniel Beardmore, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1741.

    64. Nathaniel Beardmore , was indicted for stealing 17 s. the Money of Joseph Darcy , December 15 . Jos. Darcey. I was robbed a Month last Tuesday of 17 s. the Prisoner was taken on Suspicion, and confessed that he took the Money out of the Till in my Shop...
  2. John Mills, Theft > shoplifting; Thomas New, Theft > shoplifting; Christopher Sware, Theft > shoplifting, 16th January 1741.

    65, 66, 67. John Mills , Thomas New , and Christopher Sware , were indicted for privately stealing a Kersey Waistcoat, Value 2 s. two Pair of Yarn Stockings, Value 1 s. and two silk Handkerchiefs, Value 1 s. the Goods of Mary Scarlet , in her Shop , Jan 5 ...
  3. Killing > murder, 25th February 1741.

    48. of London , Gent. was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes, &c. on the 28th Day of Jan in the Parish of St. Paul, Covent Garden , on Alexander Watson , in the Peace, &c. feloniously, willfully, and of his Malice aforethought, did...
  4. Ordinary's Account, 18th March 1741.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, On WEDNESDAY the 18th of March, 1740. BEING THE FIRST EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon . HUMPHRY PARSONS, Esq ; Nu...
  5. George Lancaster, Theft > theft from a specified place, 5th April 1741.

    1. George Lancaster , of St. Andrew Holbourn , was indicted, (with Thomas Fernley , not taken) for stealing 16 Thirty six Shilling Pieces, the Money of Samuel Rash , in his Mansion house , Feb. 13 . Mr. Rash . On the 22d of February last, the Prisoner conf...
  6. Ordinary's Account, 4th May 1741.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, On MONDAY the 4th of May, 1741. BEING THE FIRST EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon . DANIEL LAMBERT, Esq ; Number I....
  7. Elizabeth Bennet, Killing > infanticide, 14th May 1741.

    7. Elizabeth Bennet , of St. James Westminster , was indicted, for that she, on the 13th Day of April , being big with a certain female Child, afterwards, the said Child, by the Providence of God, alone and secretly she did bring forth alive; which said fe...
  8. John Lupton, Theft > theft from a specified place; Margery Bunce, Theft > receiving, 14th May 1741.

    John Lupton , was indicted for stealing (with Alexander Flack , not taken) a Cambrick Pinner and Coif, a Cambrick Handkerchief, 2 Children's Night caps, a Muslin Handkerchief, and divers other Goods, of Charles Jephson , in his Dwelling house , March 3 . A...
  9. Ordinary's Account, 12th June 1741.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, On FRIDAY the 12th of June, 1741. BEING THE SECOND EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon . DANIEL LAMBERT, Esq ; Number...
  10. Thomas Steers, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Gloide, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 1st July 1741.

    5, 6. Thomas Steers and Thomas Gloide of St. Martin in the Fields , were indicted for assaulting, Arabella Strickland on the King's Highway, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a cloth Cloak, val. 7 s. a silk Handkerchief, val. 1 s. a linen Apron, val...

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