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  1. Leonard Budley, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Harris, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Harris, Theft > other; William Atterbury, Theft > other, 21st February 1733.

    51, 52. Leonard Budley , alias Butler , and William Harris , were indicted for assaulting John Hands , on the Highway, putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Silver Watch, value 40 s. and 5 s. in Money , Jan. 1 . William Harris , was a second Time indi...
  2. Edward Taylor, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Smithson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Joseph Phillis, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Edward Taylor, Theft > grand larceny; John Smithson, Theft > grand larceny; Edward Taylor, Theft > other; John Smithson, Theft > other; Joseph Phillis, Theft > other; Thomas Stricket, Theft > other, 10th May 1733.

    30, 31, 32 Edward Taylor , John Smithson, alias Smitton , and Joseph Phillis , were indicted for assaulting John Violene on the Highway, putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Hat, value 6 s. April 3 . John Violone . I ave noting to say to de Preesonar...
  3. George Richardson, Violent Theft > robbery; Laurence Grace, Violent Theft > robbery; John Smithson, Violent Theft > robbery; George Richardson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Laurence Grace, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 12th September 1733.

    43, 44, 45. George Richardson , Laurence Grace , and John Smithson *, were indicted for assaulting (with + Thomas Whithy, otherwise Woodby , not yet taken) John Gordon in Lincoln's Inn Fields , putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Hat, a Wig, half a ...
  4. George Richardson, Violent Theft > robbery; Laurence Grace, Violent Theft > robbery; John Smithson, Violent Theft > robbery; George Richardson, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Laurence Grace, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 12th September 1733.

    43, 44, 45. George Richardson , Laurence Grace , and John Smithson *, were indicted for assaulting (with + Thomas Whithy, otherwise Woodby , not yet taken) John Gordon in Lincoln's Inn Fields , putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Hat, a Wig, half a ...
  5. Supplementary material, 12th September 1733.

    There being no Bill found against Thomas and James Alexander , who with James Baker , alias Stick in the Mud, were committed on Suspicion of being concern'd with George Sutton and William Simonds in robbing Philip Turst in Marybone Fields , they were disch...
  6. George Sutton, Violent Theft > highway robbery; William Simonds, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 12th September 1733.

    46, 47. George Sutton *, and William Simonds + , were indicted for assaulting Philip Turst , in a Field near the Highway, putting him in Fear, and taking from him, a pair of silver Buckles, a Knee Buckle, a Hat and a Wig , July 15 . * Sutton was an Evidenc...
  7. Henry Baxter, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Rook, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 5th December 1733.

    15, 16 Henry Baxter and John Rook , alias Jack the Hatter +, was indicted for assaulting Samuel Maxwell in an open Field near the Highway, in the Parish of Stepney , putting him in Fear, and taking from him 19 s. 6d. November 22. + This is not that Jack th...
  8. William Simmonds, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Samuel Steele, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 16th January 1734.

    13,14. William Simmonds , and Samuel Steele , otherwise Smoaky Jack , assaulting William Payton , in an open Field near the Highway, putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Cloth coat, a half Shirt, a Hat, a Wig, a Knife, a Fork, a Razor, a Silk handker...
  9. Lydia Goodwin, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Hester Bonner, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 27th February 1734.

    56, 57. Lydia Goodwin , alias Clerk, alias Smith , and Hester Bonner , alias Bedenham, alias Merchant , were indicted for assaulting Catherine Hyam , in Blackhorse Alley, near the Highway, putting her in Fear, and taking from her a Dimity pocket, two Keys,...
  10. Jane Jones, Violent Theft > robbery, 24th April 1734.

    39. Jane Jones , alias Marsh , was indicted for assaulting Jane Cardwell , in the House of Ann Jones , and robbing her of a pair of Gold Ear Rings , Feb. 29 . Jane Cardwell . 2 Months ago I call'd at Mrs. Finchliff's. She keeps a Brandy Shop behind Pouls, ...

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