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  1. Mary Williams, Theft > pocketpicking, 30th May 1750.

    410. Mary Williams , was indicted for stealing one silver watch, value 5 l. one silver seal, value 12 d. from the person of John English , secretly, without his knowledge , May 15 . The prosecutor depos'd, he lost his watch the 15th of May, betwixt three a...
  2. Thomas Jenkins, Theft > pocketpicking, 30th May 1750.

    407. Thomas Jenkins , late of St. Andrew's, Holbourn , was indicted for stealing one silk handkerchief, value 3 s. 6 d. from John Gravener , secretly, and without the knowledge of the said Gravener , May 27 . John Gravener . Last Saturday night about 12 o'...
  3. William Winter, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th July 1750.

    433. William Winter , was indicted for stealing one silk handkerchief, val. eighteen pence , the property of John Wiggington , secretly from his person , June 14 . John Wiggington . Mr. Gohl and I were going through Aldgate , on the 14th of June about eigh...
  4. Jane Carpenter, Theft > pocketpicking, 12th September 1750.

    609 Jane Carpenter , was indicted for stealing one silk purse, value 2 d. and two guineas, the property of George Matthews , secretly from his person . Acquitted .
  5. Eleanor Digsby, Theft > pocketpicking, 17th October 1750.

    654. Eleanor Digsby , spinster , was indicted for stealing one linen bag, value one penny; one half guinea, the property of Andrew Saunders from his person secretly and without his knowledge , October 5 . Andrew Saunders . On the 5th of this month I was co...
  6. John Meal, Theft > pocketpicking, 17th October 1750.

    657. John Meal , was indicted for stealing one handkerchief, made of linen and cotton, value 1 s. 6 d. the property of Francis Griscome , privately from his person , Sept. 26 . Francis Griscome . On the 26th of Sept. coming along the Fleet market about 7 o...
  7. John Leeman, Theft > pocketpicking; John Kingston, Theft > pocketpicking; John Leeman, Theft > grand larceny; John Kingston, Theft > grand larceny; John Leeman, Theft > grand larceny; John Kingston, Theft > grand larceny, 5th December 1750.

    9, 10. (L.) John Leeman , otherwise Smith , and John Kingston , otherwise Brown , were indicted for stealing one linen handkerchief, value 16 d. the property of Stephen Davis , secretly from his person , Nov. 23 *. Stephen Davis . I was at Billingsgate , N...
  8. Thomas Burnell, Theft > pocketpicking, 16th January 1751.

    170. (L.) Thomas Burnell , was indicted for stealing a linen handkerchief, value 15 d. the property of George Bowles , privately from his person , Dec. 22 .* George Bowles. The prisoner picked my pocket of a linen handkerchief, on the 22d of December at th...
  9. William Harvey, Theft > pocketpicking, 27th February 1751.

    213. (M.) William Harvey , was indicted for stealing one silver watch, value 5 l. the property of Samuel Sunderland , privately from his person , Jan. 21 . + Samuel Sunderland . On the 21st of the last month I was at Leicester fields , the prince's birthda...
  10. Anne Jones, Theft > pocketpicking, 27th February 1751.

    233. (M.) Anne Jones , spinster , was indicted for stealing one guinea the money of John Welch privately from his person . Feb. 25 . ++ John Welch . On Monday last about nine o'clock at night, I met with the prisoner in James's street Covent garden, she as...

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