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  1. Ann Taylor, Theft > grand larceny, 28th July 1744.

    348. Ann Taylor , was indicted for stealing a quilted petticoat, value 5 s. the goods of Francis Butler , March 26 . Acquitted .
  2. Mary Dale, Theft > theft from a specified place, 12th September 1744.

    387. + Mary Dale , otherwise Baker , of St Giles's Cripplegate , was indicted for stealing a burdet gown, value 20 s. a linnen gown, 10 s. a quilted petticoat, 5 s. a shift, 2 s. two handkerchiefs, 18 d. a cap, 12 d. six ells of dowlas. 4 s. half of guinea...
  3. Mary Wall, Theft > theft from a specified place, 12th September 1744.

    389. + Mary Wall , was indicted for stealing a brown cloth coat, value 6 s. a waistcoat 4 s. a pair of Buckskin breeches, 6 s. a pair of silver knee buckles 3 s. three pair of stockings, 3 s. 6 d. a woolen cap, 1 s. a quilted callimanco petticoat, 8 s. a p...
  4. John Harman, Theft > grand larceny; Mary Shave, Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1744.

    108, 109. John Harman , and Mary Shave , of St. Bartholomew the Less , were indicted for stealing a black ruffel quilted petticoat, value 40 s. a velvet cloak, value 30 s. 14 yards of ducape, value 3 l. 22 yards of persian, value 22 s. and other mercery go...
  5. Ordinary's Account, 24th December 1744.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS Who were Executed at TYBURN, ON MONDAY the 24th of DECEMBER, 1744. BEING THE First EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Right Honourable Henry Marshal, Esq;...
  6. Frances Jones, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1745.

    139. Frances Jones , was indicted for stealing a petticoat made of callico and linen, value 4 s. the goods of Elizabeth Abbott , December 10 . Elizabeth Abbott . About three weeks before New Year's Day I lost a white quilted petticoat off the post at my sh...
  7. Mary Pineaw, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1745.

    152. Mary Pineaw , of Christ Church Middlesex , was indicted for stealing a gold ring, value 17 s. a quilted petticoat, value 5 s. a holland apron, value 6 d. four linen caps, value 2 s. two linen handkerchiefs, value 6 d. a pair of leather clogs, value 6 ...
  8. John Smith, Theft > grand larceny, 27th February 1745.

    167. John Smith , was indicted for stealing a tin pot with four gallons of lamp oil, value 10 s. the property of George Harrison , Nov. 15 . George Harrison . On the 15th of November my man lost a tin pot of mine, and four gallons of oil: this is my pot. W...
  9. Ann Davis, Theft > theft from a specified place, 30th May 1745.

    273. + Ann Davis , late of the parish of St. Andrew Holborn , London, Spinster , otherwise Ann, the wife of Anderears Boswell , was indicted for stealing, three silk gowns, val. 3 l. one silk petticoat, val. 5 s. one cotton gown, val. 10 s. one pair of jum...
  10. Elizabeth Dundoss, Theft > theft from a specified place, 10th July 1745.

    322. + Elizabeth Dundoss , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was indicted for stealing a sattin gown, value 21 s. a linen gown, value 5 s. a quilted petticoat, value 10 s. 6 d. two shifts, value 10 s. an apron, value 5 s. a checked apron, value 1 s. and twelv...

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