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  1. Elizabeth Taylor, Theft > theft from a specified place, 9th December 1747.

    + 31. Elizabeth Taylor , was indicted for stealing on the 27th of Oct . goods to the value of fifteen pounds, the property of James Traverse , Gent . out of his dwelling house . Mr. James Traverse . One Sarah Taylor , Sister of Elizabeth the Prisoner at th...
  2. Sarah Hookley, Theft > grand larceny, 24th February 1748.

    174. Sarah Hookley , was indicted for stealing a pair of stockings , value 2s. a cap, value 18 d. a handkerchief, value 12 d. an apron, value 12 d. two petticoats, value 3 s. and a quilted petticoat, value 6s. the property of John Miller , February 2 . Gui...
  3. Rebecca Portore, Theft > grand larceny, 6th July 1748.

    317. Rebecca Portore , was indicted for stealing three silver tea spoons, value 6 s. a pair of silver tea tongs, value 8 s. two caps, value 12 d. a shirt, value 5 s. an apron, value 12 d. a cotton gown, value 10 s. a pair of stays, value 20 s. a woman's be...
  4. Ann Mullins, Theft > grand larceny, 6th July 1748.

    365. Ann Mullins , was indicted for stealing a pair of silver shoe buckles, a camblet gown, a petticoat, a cloth cloak, a handkerchief, a cap, a shirt, a shift, and several other wearing apparel, a thirty six shillings piece, and fourteen shillings in silv...
  5. Hannah Wisby, Theft > grand larceny, 12th October 1748.

    492. Hannah Wisby , of St. James's Clerkenwell , was indicted for stealing a silk quilted Petticoat, a crape gown, a stuff damask gown, a black silk hood, a black silk cloak, and a parcel of linnen , the property of Martha Sibley . Martha Sibley . On the b...
  6. Sarah Gardner, Theft > grand larceny, 5th April 1749.

    242. Sarah Gardner , spinster, was indicted for stealing one cotton gown, val. 1 s. one quilted petticoat, value 6 d. the goods of Edmond Dunn , Mar. 14 . Guilty . [Transportation. See summary.]
  7. Elizabeth Banks, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 30th May 1750.

    380. Elizabeth Banks , was indicted, for that she, in a certain field, or open place, near the King's highway, on Frances Mercer , spinster, did make an assault, putting her in corporal fear, &c. one stay, value 1 s. one pair of stockings, one linen bi...
  8. Mary Bois, Theft > grand larceny, 30th May 1750.

    382. Mary Bois , Spinster, was indicted for stealing one holland gown, value 3 s. one quilted petticoat, one linen shift, three linen caps, and one hat , the goods of James Bartlay , March 7 . Guilty . [Transportation. See summary.]
  9. Hannah Glascow, Theft > grand larceny, 12th September 1750.

    542. Hannah Glascow , spinster , was indicted for stealing three linen aprons, value 6 s. one quilted petticoat, value 4 s. three muslin handkerchiefs, and other things , the goods of John Hildred . Guilty 10 d . [Transportation. See summary.]
  10. Mary Wilks, Theft > grand larceny, 17th October 1750.

    628. Mary Wilks , otherwise Boswel, spinster , otherwise Mary Griffiths, widow , was indicted for stealing one silk gown, value 4 s. one linen gown, six yards of fustian, two aprons, one cloth coat, four linen caps, one petticoat, and other things , the go...

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