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  1. Ann Edgar, Theft > grand larceny, 14th September 1763.

    410. (M.) Ann Edgar was indicted for stealing one quilted petticoat, val. 6 d. one cotton gown, val. 2 s. one pair of silver buckles, val. 2 s. one gold ring, val 7 s. seven linnen shifts, seven linnen handkerchiefs, four linnen shirts, two linnen bed curt...
  2. Elizabeth Tompson, Theft > housebreaking, 22nd February 1764.

    196. (L.) Elizabeth Tompson was indicted, for that she, on the 23d of January , about the hour of six in the morning, the dwelling house of Rebecca Fernandes Nunas , did break and enter, and stealing one blue and gold silk gown, a tabby silk gown, two quil...
  3. Francis Crook, Theft > grand larceny, 28th July 1764.

    451. (L.) Francis Crook was indicted for stealing a diamond ring, a silver seal, a silver marrow spoon, a silver punch ladle, a silver punch strainer, a silver cup, a silver tea strainer, a pair of silver tea tongs, a silver candlestick, six silver table s...
  4. Anne Dover, Theft > grand larceny, 12th September 1764.

    499. (M.) Anne Dover , spinster , was indicted for stealing a crape gown, value 3 s. a flannel petticoat, value 1 s. a callimancoe petticoat, value 1 s. a pair of stays, value 1 s. and a holland shift, value 1 s. the property of Susannah Element , widow , ...
  5. Susannah Yates, Theft > grand larceny, 19th February 1766.

    186. (M.) Susannah Yates was indicted for stealing a cotton gown, value 4 s. a silk and stuff gown, a pair of stays, a silk cloak, a quilted petticoat, and two handkerchiefs , the property of Benjamin Hill , Feb. 1 . ++ Catherine Hill . I am wife to Benjam...
  6. Eliz. Currey, Theft > shoplifting, 3rd June 1767.

    294. (M.) Eliz. Currey, otherwise M'Grath , widow , was indicted for stealing ten linen handkerchiefs, value 20 s. the property of Deborah Sharpless , widow , privately in the shop of the said Deborah , May 14 . ++ Jane Sharpless . Deborah Sharpless is my ...
  7. Susannah Gardner, Theft > housebreaking, 6th July 1768.

    449. (M.) Susannah, wife of Luke Gardner , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Jane Leigh , widow , on the 21st of June , about the hour of eleven in the forenoon, no person being therein, and stealing two cotton gowns, one silk an...
  8. John Barnard, Theft > grand larceny; Catherine Bedford, Theft > grand larceny, 7th September 1768.

    564, 565. (M.) John Barnard and Catherine Bedford , spinster , were indicted for stealing a pair of leather breeches, value 5 s. a pair of stays, value 2 s. a cloth waistcoat, a cheque apron, three handkerchiefs, a stuff petticoat, a stuff gown, a shirt, a...
  9. William Andrews, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Hopegood, Theft > receiving; Mary Hopegood, Theft > grand larceny; Margaret Gilford, Theft > grand larceny, 19th October 1768.

    615, 616. (M.) William Andrews was indicted for stealing a silk gown, value 20 s. a silk quilted petticoat, value 3 s. a dimity petticoat, value 12 d. a pair of ruffles, value 6 d. a linen handkerchief, value 2 d. two linen caps, value 3 d. and a mahogany ...
  10. Esther Asley, Theft > grand larceny, 12th January 1769.

    135. (M.) Esther Asley , spinster , was indicted for stealing four aprons, value 4 s. three table cloths, value 5 s. two towels, value 12 d. a silk quilted petticoat, value 2 s. a silk capuchine, value 12 d. a pair of thread stockings, value 2 d. two pair ...

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