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  1. Spurstow Henry Tempest, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Alice Tempest, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 4th July 1730.

    Spurstow Henry Tempest and Alice Tempest , alias Tesser , of St. James's Westminster , were indicted for assaulting Jane Welsh , in the King's Highway, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Pocket, value 1 d. a Guinea, 34 s. in Silver, and some Half p...
  2. Thomas Willis, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Michael Willis, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 28th August 1730.

    Thomas Willis and Michael Willis , of St. James's Westminster , were indicted for assaulting Mary Philips on the Highway, putting her in Fear of her Life, and taking from her three Gold Rings, value 50 s. the 29th of October last. Mary Philips, alias Harve...
  3. Thomas Hitchin, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 28th August 1730.

    Thomas Hitchin , alias Polson , of Hornsey , was indicted for assaulting Thomas Andrews , on the Highway, putting him in fear, and taking from him 6 or 7 s. in Money, a Bay Mare, Bridle, Saddle, and a Cane , the 23d of July last. Thomas Andrews depos'd, Th...
  4. Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > robbery, 14th October 1730.

    Hugh Morris , Robert Johnson and James Bryan , alias Brien, alias Obrien , of St. Mary le Savoy , were indicted for assaulting Jane Kidd on the King's Highway, putting her in fear of her Life, and taking from her one Gold Ring, set with Diamonds, value 15 ...
  5. Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > robbery, 14th October 1730.

    Hugh Morris , Robert Johnson and James Bryan , alias Brien, alias Obrien , of St. Mary le Savoy , were indicted for assaulting Jane Kidd on the King's Highway, putting her in fear of her Life, and taking from her one Gold Ring, set with Diamonds, value 15 ...
  6. Margaret Eaton, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 14th October 1730.

    Margaret Eaton , alias Irish Peg , of St. Botolph's Aldgate , was indicted for assaulting John Cooper on the Highway, putting him in fear of his Life, and privately taking a Silver Watch, value 5 l. from the Person of the said John Cooper , the 12th of thi...
  7. Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hugh Morris, Violent Theft > robbery; Robert Johnson, Violent Theft > robbery; James Bryan, Violent Theft > robbery, 14th October 1730.

    Hugh Morris , Robert Johnson and James Bryan , alias Brien, alias Obrien , of St. Mary le Savoy , were indicted for assaulting Jane Kidd on the King's Highway, putting her in fear of her Life, and taking from her one Gold Ring, set with Diamonds, value 15 ...
  8. Abraham White, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Francis Saunders, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Mines, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 4th December 1730.

    Abraham White , Francis Saunders , John Mines , alias Minshum , alias Mitchel , of St. Giles's in the Fields , were indicted for assaulting John Ross on the Highway, putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Hat, value 5 s. and four Pence Half penny in Mo...
  9. Margaret Lamb, Violent Theft > robbery, 15th January 1731.

    Margaret Lamb , alias Niggy , of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted, for that she, together with Carroty Peg , was indicted for assaulting Noel Lubert , putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Silver Watch, in the Dwelling House of Sarah Dunbar , ...
  10. George Wych, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Andrews, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Williams, Violent Theft > highway robbery; George Wych, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Andrews, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Williams, Violent Theft > highway robbery; George Wych, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Andrews, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Williams, Violent Theft > highway robbery; George Wych, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Andrews, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 24th February 1731.

    George Wych , Thomas Andrews , alias Anderson , and William Williams , of St. George Hanover Square , were indicted for assaulting James Webb , in a certain Field and open Place, near the Highway, putting him in fear of his Life, and taking from him a Silv...

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