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  1. Joseph *Doody, Theft > shoplifting, 23rd February 1744.

    160. + Joseph *Doody , of St. Ann's Westminster , was indicted for stealing fourteen yards of flowered lawn, value 15 s. the goods of Richard Marsh , in his shop , Feb. 15 . *He was evidence against Thomas Havril tried in December Sessions, 1742. for steal...
  2. Winifred Jackson, Deception > fraud; Judith Mayers, Deception > fraud; Soloman Mayers, Deception > fraud; Mary Mayers, Deception > fraud, 23rd February 1744.

    + 167, 168, Winifred Jackson , late of London, spinster , Judith Mayers , wife of Andrew Mayers , late of London, jeweller, Soloman Mayers , late of the same place, jeweller , and Mary Mayers , late of the same place, spinster, were indicted, for that they...
  3. Ordinary's Account, 15th March 1744.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS Who were Executed at TYBURN. ON FRIDAY the15March1744. BEING THE Second EXECUTION in the MAYORALITY OF THE Right Honourable Henry Marshal, Esq . LORD MAYO...
  4. Thomas Page, Theft > theft from a specified place; Martha Page, Theft > receiving, 4th April 1744.

    + 184. Thomas Page of St. Leonard Shoreditch , was indicted for stealing 2 gold rings, value 30 s. two cotton gowns, value 5 s. 5 sheets, value 10 s. 3 pair of stockings, value 3 s. two cambrick aprons, value 5 s. four checker'd aprons, value 4 s. a silver...
  5. Jane Dale, Theft > pocketpicking, 4th April 1744.

    191. + Jane Dale , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was indicted for stealing a piece of foreign gold coin, value 3 l. 12 s. another piece, value 36 s. a moidore, value 27 s. and 8 s. 6 d. in silver, the property of Robert Minton , privately from his pers on...
  6. Henry Creed, Theft > grand larceny; Margaret Goodman, Theft > receiving, 4th April 1744.

    201. Henry Creed , of St. Martin's in the Fields , was indicted for stealing seven pair of worsted stockings, value 5 s. and a pair of thread mittins, value 1 s. the goods of Francis Cooper , March 24 ; and 202. Margaret Goodman , for receiving the same, k...
  7. Joanna Jewers, Theft > burglary; Sarah Sanders, Theft > receiving; Joanna Jewers, Theft > theft from a specified place, 4th April 1744.

    + 212. Joanna Jewers , of St. George in Middlesex , and Mary Jewers not yet taken, were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Stephen Witherden , about the hour of ten in the night, and stealing twenty yards of linen cloth, value 15 s. t...
  8. Richard Carberry, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Richard Carberry, Theft > burglary, 4th April 1744.

    216. + Richard Carberry , of the precinct of St. Catharine's , was indicted for assaulting Elizabeth Milward in a certain open place called the Flemish church yard , near the King's highway, putting her in fear, and taking from her a silk handkerchief, val...
  9. Jacob Dowles, Theft > theft from a specified place, 4th April 1744.

    227. + Jacob Dowles , of St. Botolph without Aldgate, London , was indicted for stealing a velvet pilgrim, value 6 s. a cambrick apron, value 6 s. a pair of silk gloves, value 3 s. twelve guineas and eight shillings in money, the property of Thomas Hughes ...
  10. James Poole, Theft > grand larceny, 10th May 1744.

    242. James Poole , of St. Mary Aldermanbury , was indicted for stealing a large brass hinge, value 2 s. and a two foot sliding rule, value 3 d. the goods of Sarah Giles , April 19 . John Giles . I am son to Sarah Giles in Addle Street, this hinge was lost ...

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