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  1. John Morley in trial of Samuel Hutchins, Killing > murder, 11th September 1735.

    124. Samuel Hutchins , was indicted for the Murder of Manwaring Low by giving him with an Earthen Pipkin one mortal Bruise on the upper part of his Nose, May 9 of which he languished till the seventh of June, and then died . He was a second time indicted o...
  2. Henry Morley, victim name in trial of Mary Brammer, Theft > other, 25th February 1741.

    105. Mary Brammer , was indicted for stealing a Shirt, the Goods of Henry Morley , and other Things the Goods of several Persons, January 21 . Acquitted .
  3. William Morley in trial of William Batts, Theft > grand larceny, 7th December 1743.

    54. William Batts , was indicted for stealing two Shillings and Six pence , the Money of a Person unknown, Nov. 21 . William Morley . I live at the Checquer Inn in Holborn ; the Prisoner is a Watchman , and brought a Gentleman very much fuddled to Lodge at...
  4. Edward Morley, victim name in trial of Elizabeth Gooden, Theft > theft from a specified place, 26th February 1746.

    108. Elizabeth Gooden was indicted for stealing a Sheet, value 2 s. out of the House of Edward Morley , King Street, Westminster . Q. (to Morley). Did the Prisoner take a Lodging at your House? Morley. Yes. Q. What did she pay for it? Morley. Eighteen Penc...
  5. John Morley, defendant name in trial of John Morley, Theft > grand larceny, 16th January 1752.

    86. (M.) John Morley , was indicted for stealing one side of bacon, value 20 s. the property of Philip Freeman , Dec. 13 . ++ Philip Freeman . On the 13th of Dec. my servant got up about four o'clock, and came and told me he missed a side of bacon. Q. How ...
  6. Thomas Morley in trial of James Perkinson, Theft > burglary; John Plastow, Theft > burglary, 7th June 1753.

    283, 284. (M.) James Perkinson and John Plastow were indicted for that they, on the 4th of April , about the hour of nine at night, the dwelling house of Daniel Kennedy did break and enter, one silk handkerchief, val. 5 s. one pair of worsted stockings, an...
  7. Jasper Morley, victim name in trial of Robert Knapton, Theft > grand larceny, 17th July 1754.

    351. (L.) Robert Knapton was indicted for stealing one silver table spoon, value 8 s. the property of John Phillibrown , one silver tea spoon , the property of Jasper Morley , June the 4th ++ . John Phillibrown . The prisoner was my uncle's and my servant ...
  8. Deborah Morley in trial of Elisabeth Pool, Theft > grand larceny, 15th May 1755.

    217. (L.) Elisabeth Pool , otherwise Easterby , widow , was indicted for stealing one pair of thread hose, value 2 s. 6 d. one silk handkerchief, value 1 s. one pound of soap, half a yard of muslin, one gallon of small beer, half a bushel of coals, three p...
  9. Francis Morley, victim name in trial of Mark Ward, Theft > grand larceny, 26th May 1757.

    214. (L.) Mark Ward was indicted for stealing three quarters of a pound of green tea, one tin cannister, three ounces of cloves, and four ounces of nutmegs, the value of the whole, 12 s. being the goods of Francis Morley , May 18 . Francis Morley . I am a ...
  10. Francis Morley in trial of Mark Ward, Theft > grand larceny, 26th May 1757.

    214. (L.) Mark Ward was indicted for stealing three quarters of a pound of green tea, one tin cannister, three ounces of cloves, and four ounces of nutmegs, the value of the whole, 12 s. being the goods of Francis Morley , May 18 . Francis Morley . I am a ...