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  1. Francis Bunting in Punishment summary, 10th December 1788.

    The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to pass Sentence as follows: Received sentence of death, 6. Walter Ferguson , Solomon Bockerah , Thomas Thrush , alias Thrust, Thomas Chaffey , Thomas Carter , and John Aiken . N. B. Andrew Manseller , who was al...
  2. Henry Bunting in trial of WILLIAM ATWELL, Deception > fraud, 29th May 1793.

    491. WILLIAM ATWELL was indicted for obtaining twenty seven ladies morocco collars, value 1 l. 1 s. 6 d. of Joseph Berisford , under false pretences . JOHN EVANCE sworn. I know nothing of the transaction. JOSEPH BERISFORD sworn. I am servant to Mr. Evance,...
  3. HENRY BUNTING in trial of WILLIAM ATWELL, Deception > fraud, 29th May 1793.

    491. WILLIAM ATWELL was indicted for obtaining twenty seven ladies morocco collars, value 1 l. 1 s. 6 d. of Joseph Berisford , under false pretences . JOHN EVANCE sworn. I know nothing of the transaction. JOSEPH BERISFORD sworn. I am servant to Mr. Evance,...
  4. MARY BUNTING, defendant name in trial of MARY BUNTING, Theft > grand larceny; Theft > receiving, 30th October 1805.

    710. MARY BUNTING was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 28th of September , eighty yards of binding, value 3 s. 4 d. two tick pillow cases, value 2 s. seven pieces of bed ticking, value 2 s. thirty two pieces of brown Holland, value 6 d. five piece...
  5. Mary Bunting in trial of MARY BUNTING, Theft > grand larceny; Theft > receiving, 30th October 1805.

    710. MARY BUNTING was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 28th of September , eighty yards of binding, value 3 s. 4 d. two tick pillow cases, value 2 s. seven pieces of bed ticking, value 2 s. thirty two pieces of brown Holland, value 6 d. five piece...
  6. ALICE BUNTING, 20, defendant name in trial of ALICE BUNTING, Theft > theft from a specified place, 17th September 1806.

    460 ALICE BUNTING was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 2d. of July , three petticoats, value ten shillings, an umbrella, value six shillings, a coat, value seven shillings, a bonnet, value two shillings, and two gowns, value twenty shillings, the p...
  7. ALICE BUNTING, 20, defendant name in trial of ALICE BUNTING, Theft > housebreaking, 12th April 1809.

    356. ALICE BUNTING was indicted for feloniously breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Gibbs , no person being therein, about the hour of four in the afternoon, on the 1st of March , and stealing therein a bonnet, value 7 s, a cloak, value 2 s....
  8. William Bunting, victim name in trial of JONATHAN ATKINSON, Theft > grand larceny, 1st July 1812.

    592. JONATHAN ATKINSON was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 18th of May , a waistcoat, value 3 s. a pair of stockings, value 1 s. a pair of breeches, value 10 s. two handkerchiefs, value 3 s. a three shilling bank token, and an eighteen penny bank...
  9. William Bunting, victim name in trial of WILLIAM M'KONE, Violent Theft > highway robbery; JOHN DOGGERTY, Violent Theft > highway robbery; WILLIAM NORMAN, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 2nd December 1812.

    37. WILLIAM M'KONE , JOHN DOGGERTY , and WILLIAM NORMAN , were indicted for feloniously making an assault upon William Bunting , on the 31st of October , in the king's highway, putting him in fear, and taking from his person and against his will, a hat, va...
  10. William Bunting in trial of WILLIAM M'KONE, Violent Theft > highway robbery; JOHN DOGGERTY, Violent Theft > highway robbery; WILLIAM NORMAN, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 2nd December 1812.

    37. WILLIAM M'KONE , JOHN DOGGERTY , and WILLIAM NORMAN , were indicted for feloniously making an assault upon William Bunting , on the 31st of October , in the king's highway, putting him in fear, and taking from his person and against his will, a hat, va...