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  1. William Murphy, defendant name in trial of William Murphy, Deception > fraud, 4th April 1733.

    85. William Murphy was indicted for a Misdemeanor, in defrauding Lydia Raymond of 5 s. by pretending to assist the Widows of several Sea Officers, by means of a Petition for their Relief, &c. Acquitted .
  2. Mary Murphy in trial of John Welch, Killing > murder, 12th September 1733.

    8. John Welch , was indicted for the Murder of John Ashwell , by throwing him on the Ground, and striking him with both his Hands and Feet on the Stomach, Breast, Belly, Sides, and Groin, and thereby giving him several mortal Wounds and Bruises, on the 24t...
  3. Mary Murphy in trial of John Welch, Killing > murder, 12th September 1733.

    8. John Welch , was indicted for the Murder of John Ashwell , by throwing him on the Ground, and striking him with both his Hands and Feet on the Stomach, Breast, Belly, Sides, and Groin, and thereby giving him several mortal Wounds and Bruises, on the 24t...
  4. Sarah Murphy, defendant name in trial of Sarah Murphy, Theft > grand larceny, 5th May 1736.

    66. Sarah Murphy , was indicted for stealing four Cloth Cloaks, value 50 s. the Goods of Elizabeth Walker , March 6 . Guilty 4s. 10d. [Transportation. See summary.]
  5. Sarah Murphy in Punishment summary, 5th May 1736.

    The Trials being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as follows; Received Sentence of Death 7. Stephen Collard , Moses Gladwin , Christopher Freeman , George Ward , John Talton , Daniel Malden , Francis Owen . To be Transported 58. John Dean , Walto...
  6. MARY MURPHY in Ordinary's Account, 16th September 1741.

    THE ORDINARY of NEWGATE, His ACCOUNT of the Behaviour, Confession, and Dying Words, OF THE MALEFACTORS, Who were Executed at TYBURN, On WEDNESDAY the 16th of September, 1741. BEING THE FIFTH EXECUTION in the MAYORALTY OF THE Rt. Hon . DANIEL LAMBERT, Esq ;...
  7. Peter Murphy in trial of Alice Burk, Theft > grand larceny; Alice Burk, Theft > grand larceny; Alice Burk, Theft > shoplifting; Alice Burk, Theft > shoplifting, 13th April 1743.

    187. Alice Burk of St Brides , was indicted for stealing one China Bason, val. 14 d. the Goods of Charles Vere , March 23 . Charles Vere . The Prisoner came into my Shop the 23d of March, and asked to see some China Basons, and bid Money for one; and as th...
  8. Mary Murphy in trial of Rachael Wilford, Theft > grand larceny, 13th April 1743.

    226. Rachael Wilford , of St. George in Middlesex , was indicted for stealing 1 Cotton Gown, val. 2 s. and 6 d. one Dimitty Petticoat, val. 18 d. 1 Apron, val. 1 s. 1 piece of Linnen Cloth, val. 1 s. 2 Pillowbiers, val. 1 s. and 2 Napkins, val. 6 d. the Go...
  9. Elizabeth Murphy in trial of John Read, Theft > grand larceny; Rachel Joseph, Theft > receiving, 29th June 1743.

    350. John Read , of London , was indicted for stealing two Pair of Chints Window Curtains, and forty Yards of Chints, value 6 l. and three Yards of Damask, value 6 s. the Goods of John Jenkins , Feb. 9 . last. And 351. Rachel Joseph , otherwise Elizabeth B...
  10. Joseph Murphy in trial of Elizabeth Woodward, Theft > other, 29th June 1743.

    354. Elizabeth Woodward , of St Giles in the Fields , was indicted for stealing one Camlet Gown, a Shift, four Caps, a Cambrick Hood, two Cambrick Handkerchiefs, a Linnen Apron, a Silk Knot, two Pair of Shoes, and one Pair of Cloggs , the Goods of Elizabet...