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  1. Elizabeth May, Theft > grand larceny, 3rd September 1746.

    288. Elizabeth May was indicted for stealing 6 s. 6 d. the Property of James Wilkins , the 30th of August . Q. (to James Wilkins .) What have you to say against the Prisoner at the Bar? Wilkins. The Prisoner at the Bar took from me two Half Crowns, a Shill...
  2. Anne Grey, Theft > grand larceny, 3rd September 1746.

    308. Anne, the Wife of William Grey , was indicted for stealing one Silver Tea Spoon, Value 18 d. one Feather Pillow, one Head Cloth, one Box Iron , the Goods of Hannah Gaudy . Q. (to Hannah Gaudy ) What have you to say against the Prisoner at the Bar? Q. ...
  3. Susannah Maidland, Theft > grand larceny, 15th October 1746.

    338. Susannah Maidland was indicted for stealing three Pieces of Silver Coin , the Goods of Hugh Phelps , of New Bond Court, in the Parish of St. Martin's in the Fields . Q. (to Hugh Phelps .) Where do you live? Phelps. In New Bond Court. Q. What did you l...
  4. Robert Lake, Theft > burglary, 15th October 1746.

    339. Robert Lake was indicted, for that he, together with Richard Clay , about Twelve or One in the Night , on the 16th of May, did break and enter the House of Francis Milson , and did feloniously steal and carry away one Gun, value 10 s. one Sword, Value...
  5. Thomas Mcasham, Theft > other, 15th October 1746.

    346. Thomas Mcasham was indicted for stealing one Livery Suit of Clothes, the Property of Mr Porter , and one Cloth Coat , &c. the Goods of Benjamin Sumers , the 7th of September . Q. (to Benjamin Sumers .) Do you know the Child at the Bar? Sumers. I a...
  6. Richard Clay, Theft > burglary; John Mathews, Theft > burglary, 5th December 1746.

    2, 3. + Richard Clay and John Mathews indicted for a Burglary, breaking and entring feloniously the Dwelling House of John Hillier of White Chapel, about the Hour of One in the Night, and stealing from thence two Linnen Aprons, value 1 s. a Table Cloth, va...
  7. Thomas Stephens, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 5th December 1746.

    12. + Thomas Stephens was indicted for a Robbery committed on the Highway in and upon one Francis Mitchel , did feloniously make an Assault upon the said Francis Mitchel , putting him in Fear and Danger of his Life, and taking from him one Silver hilted Sw...
  8. Mary Lever, Theft > other, 5th December 1746.

    23. Mary Lever , the Wife of John Lever , was indicted for stealing one Pair of Blankets, one Pillow, and a Looking glass , the Property of William Reddish , the 25th of November . Q. to Martha Reddish . What is your Husband's Name? Reddish. William Reddis...
  9. Mary Johnson, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Johnson, Theft > other, 5th December 1746.

    30. Mary Johnson , otherwise Sudley, otherwise Barker , was indicted for stealing one Gold Ring, value 10 s. one Silver Buckle, value 5 s. one Yard of Holland, value 3 s. one Cambrick Cap, four Pair of Thread Stockings, value 1 s. one Pair of Sheets, value...
  10. Thomas Oakes, Theft > other, 5th December 1746.

    67. Thomas Oakes was indicted for stealing seven Yards of Camblet, two Shuttles made of Wood , the Goods of William Brown , September 7 . Q. to William Brown . What did you lose? Brown. Seven Yards of Camblet, that was cut out of my Loom; I found my Shop b...

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