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  1. Mary Core, Theft > grand larceny, 17th July 1728.

    Mary Core , of St. Bartholomew the Less , was indicted for feloniously stealing four Yards of Tabby, a Cap and Apron, a Quilted Petticoat, and other Goods , the Property of Thomas Barris , and Sarah Blunt . Elizabeth Topley depos'd, That by the Advice of t...
  2. James Cluff, Killing > murder, 16th April 1729.

    James Cluff , of St. Andrew's Holborn , was indicted for the Murder of Mary Green , by giving her one mortal Wound on the Right Thigh, of the Breadth of one Inch, and Depth of five Inches, on the 11th of this Instant April , of which she instantly died . H...
  3. James Cluff, Killing > murder, 9th July 1729.

    James Cluff , of St. Andrew's Holborn , was Try'd upon an Appeal lodg'd against him last April Sessions, by the Appellant John Green, Heir and Brother of Mary Green after his being acquitted of the Murder of the said Mary Green , the 11th Day of April last...
  4. Ordinary's Account, 25th July 1729.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE his ACCOUNT, Of the Behaviour, Confession, and dying Words of James Cluff, who was executed at Tyburn, for the Murder of Mary Green, on Friday the 25th of this Instant July, 1729. BY Virtue of his Majesty's Commission of the Peace, ...
  5. Margaret Rankey, Theft > grand larceny, 19th April 1732.

    42. Margaret Rankey , of St. James Duke's Place , was indicted for stealing a Silk Damask Night Gown, val 5 s. a Crape Gown and Petticoat, lin'd with black Silk, val. 4 s. a quilted Poplin Petticoat, 18 d. a Calimancoe Petticoat, 2 s. a Dimity Petticoat, 6...
  6. Ordinary's Account, 22nd May 1732.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confessions, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were EXECUTED at TYBURN, On MONDAY the 22d of this Instant MAY, 1732. BEING THE FOURTH EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon. FRANCIS CHILD, Es...
  7. William Brown, Theft > burglary; Joseph Whitlock, Theft > burglary, 5th December 1733.

    58, 59. William Brown and Joseph Whitlock , of Paddington , were indicted for breaking and entring (in Company with William Blackwell, otherwise Long Will . not yet taken) the House of James des Romaine, Esq; and stealing one gold Watch, value 20 l. one si...
  8. Elizabeth Dolphin, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th January 1734.

    1. Elizabeth Dolphin , was indicted for stealing two Gold rings, value 35 s. a Silk gown, val. 7 s. two Petticoats, val. 7 s. and 9 s. in Money, the Goods and Money of Elizabeth Bromfield , in her House , Oct. 15 . Elizabeth Bromfield. I keep a House in Be...
  9. Margaret Owen, Theft > theft from a specified place, 16th January 1735.

    32. Margaret Owen , otherwise Gardener , was indicted for stealing a Camblet Cloak, value 8 s. a Callico Work'd Night Gown, value 4 l. a Quilted Petticoat lined with Blue Sattin, value 12 s. a Pair of Stays, value 8 s. four Petticoats, value 20 s. four Shi...
  10. Joseph Mitchell, Theft > burglary; Joseph Mitchell, Theft > burglary, 26th February 1735.

    18. Joseph Mitchell , was indicted with William Byrom (not yet taken) for breaking the House of Sir Fisher Tench , and stealing sixteen Linnen Covers for Chairs, the Goods of Sir Fisher Tench, and wearing Apparel, the Goods of several Persons, January 24 ,...

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