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  1. Mary Greenup, Theft > theft from a specified place, 14th January 1743.

    98. + Mary Greenup was indicted for stealing two Gowns, 2 Pair of Stays, one Calamanco quilted Petticoat, four Shifts, six Caps, five Aprons, one Silk Handkerchief, one Pair of Silver Buckles, one Pair of Bristol stones Buttons set in Silver, a Leghorn Hat...
  2. Ordinary's Account, 12th April 1743.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, ON TUESDAY the 13th of April, 1743. BEING THE SECOND EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Right Honble . Robert Willimot, Esqui...
  3. Mary Niblet, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1743.

    208. Mary Niblet of St Lukes , was indicted for stealing 1 Quilted Petticoat, val. 16s. the Goods of Joseph Pyke , and 1 Silk Petticoat, val. 8s. the Goods of Mary Hicks ; 1 Cloth Cloak, val. 3s. and 1 Brass Skimmer, val. 6d . the Goods of Richard Blakesly...
  4. Elizabeth Parker, Theft > theft from a specified place, 19th May 1743.

    253 + Elizabeth Parker , of St. John the Evangelist , was indicted for stealing 24 Pewter Plates, 2 Pewter Dishes, 1 Silver Tea spoon, a Cloth Coat, a Waistcoat , 2 Pair of Breeches, a Hat, a Perriwig, a Camblet Gown, 1 Pair of Shoes, 1 black quilted Petti...
  5. Mary White, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 19th May 1743.

    262. + Mary White , of St Luke, Middlesex , was indicted for assaulting Susannah Cuttle , an Infant , about the Age of four Years and an half; on the King's Highway, putting her in Fear, &c. and taking from her a Flannel Petticoat, a Shirt, a quilted P...
  6. Elizabeth Palmer, Theft > grand larceny, 7th December 1743.

    63. Elizabeth Palmer , was indicted for stealing a Cotton Gown, a Quilted petticoat, a pair of Stays, three Aprons, a Hat, five Handkerchiefs, a Cloth Cloak, &c. and three Shillings in Money , the property of William Whitworth , Nov. 10 . William Whitw...
  7. Elizabeth Taylor, Theft > grand larceny, 4th April 1744.

    206. Elizabeth Taylor , of Uxbridge , was indicted for stealing a quilted petticoat, value 14 s. the goods of Mary Morris , March 10 . Mary Morris . The 10th of March I lost a quilted petticoat from the Crown at Uxbridge , and had it cried, and it was foun...
  8. William Quarendon, Theft > burglary, 28th July 1744.

    310. + William Quarendon , of St. Leonard Shoreditch , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Richard Stratford in the night time, and stealing a blue tabby night gown, value 20 s. a yellow burdet night gown, value 20 s. a blue silk q...
  9. James Martin, Theft > theft from a specified place; Margaret Monroe, Theft > theft from a specified place; Esther Buck, Theft > theft from a specified place; Mary Copeland, Theft > theft from a specified place; John Johnson, Theft > receiving; Jane Johnson, Theft > receiving; James Martin, Theft > receiving; Margaret Monroe, Theft > receiving; Esther Buck, Theft > receiving; Mary Copeland, Theft > receiving; John Johnson, Theft > receiving; Jane Johnson, Theft > receiving, 28th July 1744.

    315, 316, 317, 318. James Martin , Margaret Monroe , Esther Buck , and Mary Copeland , of the Precinct of St. Catharine , were indicted for stealing seven dimitty waistcoats, value 3 l. two calico petticoats, value 3 l. three petticoats, value 20 s. a pair...
  10. Elizabeth Lees, Theft > grand larceny, 28th July 1744.

    328. Elizabeth Lees , of St. James's Westminster , was indicted for stealing one cotton gown, value 7 s. a quilted petticoat, value 1 s. and 12 wooden dolls , value 1 s . the goods of Joseph Witcomb , June 16 . The Prosecutor not appearing she was acquitte...

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