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  1. SARAH PUNG, Theft > theft from a specified place; ANN KING, Theft > theft from a specified place, 12th January 1774.

    141, 142. (M.) SARAH, the wife of Robert PUNG , and ANN, the wife of Peter KING , were indicted for stealing one black silk night gown, value 10 s. one black crape night gown, value 15 s. one striped lutestring night gown, value 8 s. one black cotton Chine...
  2. THOMAS MACKLIN, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1774.

    241. (M.) THOMAS MACKLIN was indicted for stealing one linen gown, value 10 s. one quilted petticoat, value 12 s. and nine India pictures, value 5 s. the property of Edward Watson , Feb. 27th . ++ Acquitted .
  3. MARGARET ADAMSON, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1774.

    296. (M.) MARGARET, the wife of Thomas ADAMSON , was indicted for stealing one silver bread basket, value 10 l. three silver waiters, value 25 l. nineteen silver table spoons, value 7 l. two silver boats, value 8 l. a silver soup ladle, value 20 s. four mu...
  4. WILLIAM WINDSOR, Theft > receiving, 13th April 1774.

    359. (2d L.) WILLIAM WINDSOR was indicted for receiving one silver bread basket, value 10 l. three silver waiters, value 25 l. nineteen silver table spoons, value 7 l. two silver boats, value 8 l. a silver soup ladle, value 20 s. four muslin petticoats, va...
  5. JANE WILLIAMS, Theft > grand larceny; JANE WILLIAMS, Theft > grand larceny, 18th May 1774.

    379. (2d M.) JANE, the wife of Thomas WILLIAMS , was indicted for stealing seven yards of silk, value 30 s. seven yards of silk and stuff, value 16 s. two yards and three quarters of black sattin, value 16 s. five yards and three quarters of silk mode, val...
  6. JOSEPH EVERETT, Theft > burglary, 18th May 1774.

    421. (M.) JOSEPH EVERETT was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of George Wood , gent . on the 28th of March , about the hour of twelve in the night, and stealing a pistol mounted with steel, value 10 s. two pair of linen sheets, value 2...
  7. WILLIAM WAINE, Theft > burglary, 6th July 1774.

    504. (M.) WILLIAM WAINE was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of William Burgess on the 28th of May , about the hour of one in the night, and stealing one pair of silver knee buckles, value 1 s. one cloth coat, value 10 s. one cloth wai...
  8. HENRY DRAKE WATSON, Theft > grand larceny, 7th September 1774.

    654. (2d M.) HENRY DRAKE WATSON was indicted for stealing twenty remnants of Irish cloth, value 15 s, a quilted petticoat, value 2 s. a linen shift, value 6 d. two muslin aprons, value 2 s. two linen aprons, value 2 s. a remnant of India dimity, value 6 d....
  9. MARTHA PARKS, Theft > theft from a specified place; ANN BOWMAN, Theft > theft from a specified place; WILLIAM HERBERT, Theft > theft from a specified place, 19th October 1774.

    722, 723, 724. (M.) MARTHA, the wife of John PARKS , ANN, the wife of John BOWMAN , and WILLIAM HERBERT were indicted for stealing a pair of callimanco stays, value 30 s. a pair of linen ruffles, value 2 s. a black crape gown, value 20 s. five silk gowns, ...
  10. JAMES EMMOT, Theft > grand larceny, 18th February 1775.

    238 (2d M.) JAMES EMMOT , otherwise TURNER , was indicted for stealing a quilted stuff petticoat, value one shilling, a linsey petticoat, value four pence, a flannel petticoat, value one shilling, a man's hat, value twopence, and a silver hat buckle set wi...

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