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  1. George Adams, Theft > grand larceny, 8th September 1736.

    57. George Adams , was indicted for stealing a Camblet quilted Petticoat, value 5 s. the Goods of Sarah Sharp : and a Damask Napkin, 4 Towels, a Cambrick Handkerchief, some Books, and other Things, the Goods of James Shovell , August the 16th . Guilty . [T...
  2. John Ingle, Theft > grand larceny, 13th October 1736.

    3. John Ingle , was indicted for stealing 3 Crimson Mohair Bed Curtain lined with Thread Sattin value 30 s. and 3 yellow Camblet Bed Curtains head with Sattin value 20 s. and one Callico Quilt value 10 s. the Goods of the most noble James Duke of Chandos ,...
  3. Samuel Morgan, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 13th October 1736.

    4. Samuel Morgan , was indicted for assaulting Elizabeth Pullvash , in a certain open Field near the King's Highway, putting her in fear, and taking from her a Holland Gown value 8 s. a pair of Stays value 3 s. a callamanco quilted Coat value 17 s. a Bermu...
  4. Mary Wood, Theft > other, 13th October 1736.

    31. Mary Wood otherwise Prosset , was indicted for stealing a silk Gown a damask Petticoat, and a quilted Coat , the Goods of Sarah Hoskins , June 17 . The Prosecutor not appearing, the Prisoner was acquitted .
  5. Ordinary's Account, 2nd November 1736.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who was EXECUTED at TYBURN, the Second of this Instant BEING THE EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Sir JOHN WILLIAMS, Number VI. For the said year. LOND...
  6. Barbara Mecklin, Theft > grand larceny, 20th April 1737.

    18. Barbara Mecklin , of St. Margaret's Westminster , was indicted for stealing a Scarlet Cloak, value 5 s. a white quilted Petticoat, value 1 s. a Dimitty Petticoat, value 1 s. two Cane Hats lin'd with Blue, value 3 s. and a Cambrick Handkerchief, value 6...
  7. Charles Dounahough, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 20th April 1737.

    * Charles Dounahough , otherwise Dennis , was indicted for assaulting Elizabeth Pulwash (now Elizabeth Pate ) in a certain open Field near the King's Highway, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Linnen Gown, value 7 s. a Pair of Stays, value 3 s. a ...
  8. Joseph Gillam, Theft > grand larceny, 7th September 1737.

    1. Joseph Gillam , was indicted for stealing a Brocade Silk Night Gown, value 3 l. a Tabby Night Gown, value 20 s. a black quilted Petticoat, value 2 s. 6 d. a Holland Shift, 5 s. a black Silk Cloak, value 2 s. 6 d. a Silk Handkerchief, value 4 s. 6 d. fou...
  9. Elizabeth Reynolds, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Martha London, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 17th January 1739.

    68, 69 Elizabeth Reynolds and Martha London , of St. Bennet Fink , were indicted for assaulting Ann Hornby , in a certain Foot passage near the King's Highway, putting her in Fear, &c. and taking from her a Camblet Gown, value 2 s. a Cloth Cloak, value...
  10. Sarah Meltshaw, Theft > grand larceny, 7th June 1739.

    341. Sarah Meltshaw was indicted for stealing a Camblet Gown, value 2 s. a Quilted Petticoat, value 1 s. and a Pair of Womens Stuff Damask Shoes, value 1 s. the Goods of Jeremiah Lucraw , May 2 . Guilty, 10 d . [Transportation. See summary.]

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