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  1. Patrick Murphy, defendant name in trial of Patrick Murphy, Theft > grand larceny, 14th May 1766.

    296. (M.) Patrick Murphy was indicted for stealing six gold rings, value 3 l. and three silver table spoons, value 20 s. the property of Hugh Wallis , April 15 . * Hugh Wallis . I live at Cow cross , and am a pawnbroker . On the 15th of last month, about h...
  2. Patrick Murphy in Punishment summary, 14th May 1766.

    The trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give judgement as follows: Received sentence of Death, 4. Dorothy Curtis , Edward M'Ginnis , Jane M'Ginnis , and William Bletsley . Transported for 7 years, 26. Isabella Renshaw , William Clark , John Rigman ,...
  3. Patrick Murphy in trial of Robert Griffin, Theft > receiving, 3rd September 1766.

    466. (L.) Robert Griffin was indicted for receiving six gold rings, value 3 l. and 3 silver table spoons, value 10 s. the property of Hugh Wallis , well knowing them to have been stolen, by Patrick Murphy , April 15 . * The copy of the conviction of Patric...
  4. Patrick Murphy in trial of Robert Griffin, Theft > receiving, 3rd September 1766.

    466. (L.) Robert Griffin was indicted for receiving six gold rings, value 3 l. and 3 silver table spoons, value 10 s. the property of Hugh Wallis , well knowing them to have been stolen, by Patrick Murphy , April 15 . * The copy of the conviction of Patric...
  5. Patrick Murphy in trial of Robert Griffin, Theft > receiving, 3rd September 1766.

    466. (L.) Robert Griffin was indicted for receiving six gold rings, value 3 l. and 3 silver table spoons, value 10 s. the property of Hugh Wallis , well knowing them to have been stolen, by Patrick Murphy , April 15 . * The copy of the conviction of Patric...
  6. Patrick Murphy in trial of Robert Griffin, Theft > receiving, 3rd September 1766.

    466. (L.) Robert Griffin was indicted for receiving six gold rings, value 3 l. and 3 silver table spoons, value 10 s. the property of Hugh Wallis , well knowing them to have been stolen, by Patrick Murphy , April 15 . * The copy of the conviction of Patric...
  7. Charles Murphy in trial of Timothy Kennedy, Theft > grand larceny, 22nd October 1766.

    512. (M.) Timothy Kennedy was indicted for stealing a silk cardinal, value 6 s. the property of John Peirce , Oct. 20 . ++ Anne Peirce . I am wife to John Peirce ; I live in Swallow street, my husband is a chairman . On Monday night, the 20th of this insta...
  8. Joseph Murphy in trial of Thomas Rutter, Theft > grand larceny, 15th July 1767.

    360. (M.) Thomas Rutter was indicted for stealing one bamboe joint for a fishing rod, with a brass ferril, value 18 d. six hazel joints for tops of fishing rods, value 6 d. six other joints for tops of fishing rods, value 6 d. and half an ounce of spelter ...
  9. James Murphy in trial of Francis Boswell, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Spires, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Harford, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Francis Boswell, Theft > burglary; John Spires, Theft > burglary; John Harford, Theft > burglary, 15th July 1767.

    388, 389, 390. (M.) Francis Boswell , John Spires , and John Harford were indicted, for that they, on the king's highway, on William Duck did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life, and violently taking from his person 2 s. 2 ...
  10. James Murphy, defendant name in trial of John Brass, Violent Theft > robbery; James Murphy, Theft > receiving, 21st October 1767.

    566, 567. (M.) John Brass , otherwise Cade, otherwise Masters , was indicted, for that he, in the dwelling house of Mary Hubbard , did make an assault on her the said Mary, putting her in corporal fear and danger of her life, and violently taking from her ...

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