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  1. Susanna Maclaine, Theft > pocketpicking, 21st February 1770.

    185. (M. 2 d.) Susanna Maclaine , widow , was indicted for stealing a moidore and a shilling, the property of Hugh Much , privately from his person , Jan. 31 . + Acquitted .
  2. Joseph Green, Theft > pocketpicking, 25th April 1770.

    293. (L. 2d.) Joseph Green was indicted for stealing four guineas, the property of John Hunt , privately from his person , March 31 . ++ John Hunt . On the 31st of March, the prisoner took a lodging where I lodge, in St. Thomas the Apostle's ; he was to en...
  3. Mary-Ann Ryan, Theft > pocketpicking, 30th May 1770.

    377. (M.) Mary Ann Ryan , spinster , was indicted for stealing a six shilling and nine pence, a nine shilling piece, and five guineas, the property of William Smith , privately from his person , April 29 . ++ William Smith . I am labouring man . I was comi...
  4. Patrick M'Mullen, Theft > pocketpicking, 12th September 1770.

    501. (M.) Patrick M'Mullen was indicted for stealing a silver watch, value 40 l. and a silk handkerchief, value 2 s. the property of Thomas Wilson , privately from his person , August 11th . * The prosecutor deposed, that he went with the prisoner, who is ...
  5. John Murray, Theft > pocketpicking, 12th September 1770.

    601. (M.) John Murray was indicted for stealing a green worsted purse, value 6 d. and a guinea, the property of John Poole , privately from his person , August 12th . ++ John Poole . I am an out pensioner of Chelsea college ; the prisoner belongs to the co...
  6. Elizabeth Green, Theft > pocketpicking, 24th October 1770.

    655. (M.) Elizabeth Green , spinster , was indicted for stealing two half guineas, one quarter of a guinea, and one four and sixpenny piece, the property of David Smith , privately from his person , September 24 . + David Smith . I am a brewer's servant . ...
  7. James Field, Theft > pocketpicking; William Hawke, Theft > receiving, 16th January 1771.

    101, 102. (M.) James Field and William Hawke were indicted, the first for stealing a leather pocket book, value 2 s. and a bank note, value 20 l. the property of John Gordon , Esq ; privately from his person ; and the other for receiving the same, well kno...
  8. William Chesterfield, Theft > pocketpicking, 20th February 1771.

    148. (M.) William Chesterfield otherwise James Chesterfield , was indicted for stealing one silver watch, value 30 s. the property of Stephen Hole , privately from his person , February 7 . + Acquitted .
  9. Mary Clark, Theft > pocketpicking; Margaret Dyer, Theft > pocketpicking, 20th February 1771.

    204, 205. (M.) Mary Clark , and Margaret Dyer , spinsters , were indicted, the first for stealing one canvas bag, value 1 d. twelve guineas, two half guineas, and 5 s. in money, numbered, the property of George Jones , privately from his person; and the ot...
  10. William Kenney, Theft > pocketpicking; Joseph Hawkins, Theft > pocketpicking, 15th May 1771.

    338, 339. (M.) William Kenney and Joseph Hawkins , were indicted for privately stealing from the person of Samuel Moreton , two bank notes, value 20 l. each, the same being due and unsatisfied , April 30 . * Samuel Moreton . I received two bank notes, the ...

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