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  1. Elizabeth Jones, Theft > burglary, 16th January 1741.

    17. Elizabeth Jones , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling House of John Brown , ( Deborah Damaris being then therein) and stealing a Laced Cap, value 5 s. a Cambrick Handkerchief, value 6 d. a Muslin Apron, value 12 d. a laced Handkerchief,...
  2. Ordinary's Account, 18th March 1741.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, On WEDNESDAY the 18th of March, 1740. BEING THE FIRST EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon . HUMPHRY PARSONS, Esq ; Nu...
  3. John Lopton, Theft > burglary; John Lopton, Theft > burglary, 5th April 1741.

    57. John Lopton , was indicted for breaking and entering the Dwelling House of Lewis Morel , between 7 and 8 at Night, and stealing a large Trunk, a blue Gown, a grey Shagreen Gown, a green quilted petticoat, a white quilted petticoat, 2 Linen Shifts, 2 Li...
  4. Ordinary's Account, 12th June 1741.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, On FRIDAY the 12th of June, 1741. BEING THE SECOND EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon . DANIEL LAMBERT, Esq ; Number...
  5. Elizabeth Ashley, Theft > other; Mary Ward, Theft > other, 28th August 1741.

    17, 18. Elizabeth Ashley and Mary Ward were indicted for stealing a callimanco gown, a camlet quilted petticoat, a linen shift, a camlet cloak, 4 linen aprons, 3 linen caps, 5 linen handkerchiefs, a cambrick handkerchief, and 3 linen sleeves , the goods of...
  6. Alexander Flack, Theft > burglary; Alexander Flack, Theft > theft from a specified place; Alexander Flack, Theft > burglary; Alexander Flack, Theft > housebreaking, 28th August 1741.

    39 * Alexander Flack of St. Martins in the fields was indicted for breaking and entering the house of Earnest Christian Crull , about 8 at night, and stealing 40 pair of cotton stockings, val. 5 l. 20 pair of thread ditto, val. 50 s. and 20 pair of worsted...
  7. Elizabeth Ford, Theft > housebreaking, 28th August 1741.

    49. Elizabeth Ford was indicted for breaking and entering the house of Thomas Hubbard , about 4 in the afternoon, no person being therein, and stealing a stuff quilted petticoat, a canvas hoop petticoat, a linen handkerchief, and other things the goods of ...
  8. John Coates, Theft > theft from a specified place, 14th October 1741.

    39. John Coates was indicted for stealing (with John Parker and Charles Parker , not taken) a silk brocaded apron, a silk brocaded handkerchief, a silk quilted petticoat, and other things, the goods of Mary Burroughs , in her dwelling house ; Dec. 1 . Guil...
  9. Mary Thompson, Theft > burglary; Elizabeth Mary Shambler, Theft > burglary, 15th January 1742.

    38, 39. Mary Thompson and Elizabeth Mary Shambler , were indicted for breaking and entering the Dwelling House of Thomas Cartwright , Esq ; about 12 at Night, and stealing 2 Silk Gowns, a Silk Petticoat, and several other Things, the Goods of the said Thom...
  10. Mary Fry, Theft > grand larceny, 9th September 1742.

    108. Mary Fry , of St James's Westminster , was indicted for stealing 4 Cambrick Handkerchiefs, val. 10 d. one Quilted Petticoat, val. 25 s. a quarter of an Ounce of Thread, value three Farthings, and three Needles, value one Farthing , the Goods of Mary R...

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