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  1. James Murphy in trial of Felix Mathews, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Anthony Mathews, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 3rd September 1746.

    314, 315. Felix Mathews and Anthony Mathews , were indicted for assaulting and wounding John Lewis upon the King's Highway, near the Parish of Hendon, and putting him in bodily Fear and Danger of his Life, and robbing him of his Hat, Perriwig, two Ounces o...
  2. James Murphy in trial of Felix Mathews, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Anthony Mathews, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 3rd September 1746.

    314, 315. Felix Mathews and Anthony Mathews , were indicted for assaulting and wounding John Lewis upon the King's Highway, near the Parish of Hendon, and putting him in bodily Fear and Danger of his Life, and robbing him of his Hat, Perriwig, two Ounces o...
  3. Barnaby Murphy, victim name in trial of Charles Farrel, Theft > theft from a specified place, 26th May 1748.

    312. + Charles Farrel was indicted, for stealing a cloth coat, value 30 s. a pair of cloth breeches, value 6 s. a hat, value 6 s. a perriwig, value 8 s. and a pair of silver buckles, value 10 s. the property of Barnaby Murphy , in the dwelling house of Joh...
  4. Barnaby Murphy in trial of Charles Farrel, Theft > theft from a specified place, 26th May 1748.

    312. + Charles Farrel was indicted, for stealing a cloth coat, value 30 s. a pair of cloth breeches, value 6 s. a hat, value 6 s. a perriwig, value 8 s. and a pair of silver buckles, value 10 s. the property of Barnaby Murphy , in the dwelling house of Joh...
  5. Margaret Murphy in trial of Charles Farrel, Theft > theft from a specified place, 26th May 1748.

    312. + Charles Farrel was indicted, for stealing a cloth coat, value 30 s. a pair of cloth breeches, value 6 s. a hat, value 6 s. a perriwig, value 8 s. and a pair of silver buckles, value 10 s. the property of Barnaby Murphy , in the dwelling house of Joh...
  6. Bridget Murphy, victim name in trial of Rebecca Portore, Theft > grand larceny, 6th July 1748.

    317. Rebecca Portore , was indicted for stealing three silver tea spoons, value 6 s. a pair of silver tea tongs, value 8 s. two caps, value 12 d. a shirt, value 5 s. an apron, value 12 d. a cotton gown, value 10 s. a pair of stays, value 20 s. a woman's be...
  7. Bridget Murphy in trial of Rebecca Portore, Theft > grand larceny, 6th July 1748.

    317. Rebecca Portore , was indicted for stealing three silver tea spoons, value 6 s. a pair of silver tea tongs, value 8 s. two caps, value 12 d. a shirt, value 5 s. an apron, value 12 d. a cotton gown, value 10 s. a pair of stays, value 20 s. a woman's be...
  8. Elizabeth Murphy, defendant name in trial of Elizabeth Murphy, Theft > theft from a specified place, 6th July 1748.

    339. Elizabeth Murphy , was indicted for stealing a pair of sheets, &c. the property of Elizabeth Waters , in her lodging , June 1 . Acquitted .
  9. Anthony Murphy in trial of Daniel Downey, Theft > theft from a specified place, 7th September 1748.

    420. Daniel Downey , of St. John, Wapping , was indicted for stealing a pair of silver buckles, value 20 s. a 3 l. 12 s. piece, and a 36 s. piece of gold, and a pair of pumps, value 3 s. the property of William Marley , in the dwelling house of Peter Simps...
  10. Jane Ann Murphy, St. George's, Middlesex, defendant name in trial of Jane Ann Murphy, Theft > other, 5th April 1749.

    299. Jane Ann Murphy , late of St. George's, Middlesex , was indicted for stealing one perriwig , the goods of John Clark , Feb. 20 . Guilty 10 d.