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  1. Susannah Fifield, Theft > grand larceny, 14th September 1757.

    302. (M.) Susannah Fifield , spinster , was indicted for stealing three linen sheets, one copper saucepan, one copper coffee pot, one china punch bowl, five china coffee cups, four linen aprons, one linen frock, twelve linen clouts, one woollen blanket, on...
  2. Mary Scott, Miscellaneous > perverting justice, 14th September 1757.

    347. (L.) Mary, wife of Andrew Scott , was indicted for endeavouring to facilitate the escape of Andrew her husband, he being at that time committed to Newgate for a felony , September 11 . || Mr. Akerman. (He produces the original detainer.) This was sent...
  3. Mary Rawden, Theft > grand larceny, 14th September 1757.

    366. (L.) Mary, wife of Henry Rawden , was indicted for stealing one cloth cloak, value 2 s. one quilted petticoat, value 3 s. and one silk purse, value 12 d. the goods of Mary Boswell , spinster , July 14 . ++ Guilty 10 d . [Whipping. See summary.]
  4. Mary Rawden, Theft > grand larceny, 26th October 1757.

    403. Mary, wife of Henry Rawden , was indicted for stealing one cloth cloak, value 2 s. one quilted petticoat, value 3 s. and one silk purse, value 12 d. the goods and property of Mary Boswell , spinster , July 14 . Mary Boswell deposed, That the prisoner ...
  5. Elizabeth Tomkinson, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th January 1758.

    54. (M.) Elizabeth, wife of Thomas Tomkinson , was indicted for stealing one cloth coat, value 12 s. one camlet waistcoat, value 5 s. one camlet pair of breeches, value 4 s. the property of Lewis Vincent , one cotton gown, one quilted petticoat, the proper...
  6. Elizabeth Allen, Theft > burglary, 13th January 1758.

    74. (M.) Elizabeth, wife of John Allen , was indicted for that she, on the 20th of November , about the hour of twelve in the night of the same day, the dwelling house of Daniel Field did break and enter, and two cotton gowns, value 20 s. one crape gown, v...
  7. Mary Jervice, Theft > shoplifting; Catherine Miller, Theft > shoplifting; Mary Jervice, Theft > grand larceny; Catherine Miller, Theft > grand larceny; Catherine Miller, Theft > grand larceny, 5th April 1758.

    194. (L.) Mary Jervice , widow , and Catherine Miller , spinster , were indicted for stealing one duffil cardinal, value 8 s. the property of Edward Nicklen , and Lomas Ryder , privately in their shop , October 26 . ++ Edward Nicklen . I live at the Indian...
  8. Elizabeth Rice, Theft > theft from a specified place, 28th June 1758.

    224. (M.) Elizabeth, wife of John Rice , was indicted for stealing one linen gown, value 10 s. one cotton gown, value 10 s. one callimanco petticoat, value 10 s. three linen shirts, one silk handkerchief, one pair of stays, one linen petticoat, two linen s...
  9. Anne Wheatley, Theft > grand larceny, 13th September 1758.

    293. (M.) Anne Wheatley , spinster , was indicted for stealing one duffil cloak, value 1 s. one sattin hat, value 6 d. three linen handkerchiefs, value 18 d. one cotton handkerchief, value 6 d. one pair of shoes, value 1 s. two linen aprons, value 2 s. the...
  10. Susannah Arnold, Theft > grand larceny, 25th April 1759.

    166. (M.) Susannah Arnold , spinster , was indicted for stealing one silver salt, value 20 s. one silver spoon, value 10 s. one desert silver spoon, value 5 s. 9 silver tea spoons, value 20 s. one pair of silver tea tongs, value 4 s. three linnen pillow bi...

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