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  1. Elizabeth Rayner, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th October 1732.

    8. Elizabeth Rayner , of St. Sepulchres , was indicted for privately stealing a Watch studded with Silver, Value 30 s. from the Person of Robert Alexander , Sept. 27 . I lost my Watch between 9 and 10 at Night at a Cook's shop in Chare and it was found upo...
  2. Ann Holliwell alias, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th October 1732.

    20. Ann Holliwell alias Hollomay , of Drury Lane , Spinster , was indicted for privately stealing from the Person of Frederick Feckner , a Silver Watch, Value 7 l. August 14 . The Prosecutor Frederick Feckner being called, did not appear, whereupon the Pri...
  3. John Booker, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th October 1732.

    46. John Booker of St. Mary Matselon, alias White Chapel , was indicted for privately stealing a Silver Snuff box, value 12 s. the Goods of Samuel Collet , from the Person of his Wife Elizabeth Collet , Octob. 4. Eliz. Collet. About 4 in the Afternoon, I w...
  4. John Chalkley, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th October 1732.

    54. John Chalkley , of the Poultry , was indicted for privately stealing a Silk Handkerchief, value 2s. 6d. from the Person of Richard Sharp , Oct. 9 . Guilty 10d. [Transportation. See summary.]
  5. John Jenkins, Theft > pocketpicking, 11th October 1732.

    56. John Jenkins , of St. George's in Middlesex , was indicted for privately stealing 6 s. 3 d. the Money of Robert Hornby , from the Person of his Wife Ann Hornby . Ann Hornby. I was on my Knees in the Ambassador's Chapel by Lincolns Inn Fields : the Pris...
  6. Jane Gale, Theft > pocketpicking; Eleanor Walker, Theft > pocketpicking, 6th December 1732.

    43, 44. Jane Gale and * Eleanor Walker were indicted for privately stealing 15 s. from Stephen Freeman , November 2. * Nell Walker was tried in July last, for picking 3 l. out of John Willoughy 's Pocket, vid. Sessions Paper, Numb. 6. P. 155. Stephen Freem...
  7. William Chamberlain, Theft > pocketpicking, 6th December 1732.

    48. William Chamberlain , was indicted for privately stealing 14 s. 6 d. from Eliz. Bishop , Oct. 9 . Acquitted .
  8. Mercy Ingram, Theft > pocketpicking, 6th December 1732.

    62. Mercy Ingram , was indicted for stealing 7 s. privately from James Farrel . Acquitted .
  9. Mary James, Theft > pocketpicking, 6th December 1732.

    65. Mary James , was indicted for stealing 24 s. a Key, and 2 Thimbles, privately, from Dorothy Briggins . Guilty 10 d. [Transportation. See summary.]
  10. Barbara Hewsley, Theft > pocketpicking, 12th January 1733.

    * 4. Barbara Hewsley , alias Cornelius , was indicted for privately stealing a Gold Watch and Chain, value 10l. and two Cornelian Seals, value 40 s. from the Person of Edward Gouge , Dec. 24 . * She was tried last Sessions with Mary Jones , for robbing Art...

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