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  1. James Farrel, Killing > murder; Robert Hurling, Killing > murder, 6th September 1682.

    James Farrel and Robert Hurling were Indicted for the Murther of John Price a Brick maker , at Hammersmith , the manner, as it appeared upon Evidence, thus; The two Prisoners coming into an Ale house, called for drink, and within a while after for Cards; b...
  2. Christopher Billip, Killing > other, 23rd February 1683.

    Mr. Christopher Billip , was Tryed for being aiding and abetting to Mr. Leshly in Killing Mr. Glower in Convent Garden on the 6th day ofSeptember last, against whom it was sworn, that he did put a Sword into Leshly's hand, and endeavoured to hinder his bei...
  3. Henry Rosseston, Killing > other, 18th April 1683.

    Henry Rosseston , was Indicted for killing Stephen Low on the 30th of March last, near the May pole in the Strand , the quarrel arising about the Prisoners taking the part of a Woman, that the deceased & some others his Companions ware abusing in the S...
  4. William Tindal, Killing > other, 24th May 1683.

    William Tindal was Tryed for killing Thomas Miller near to the Muse on the 14 of this instant May the manner thus the deceased haveing information given that Mr. Tindal had Spoak scurilous words of him he resolued to take Satisfation for the abuse and ther...
  5. George Mountague, Killing > murder; Disne Rooks, Killing > murder; Mary Taylor, Killing > murder, 16th January 1684.

    George Mountague , Esq ; Disne Rooks , and Mary Taylor , Indicted for killing Lewis Brian a Carpenter as they met him in the Street going home from Work ; somewhere near So ho; It proved a very long Trial, of two or three hours, many Witnesses being on eit...
  6. William Scarlet, Killing > other, 16th January 1684.

    ON Wednesday, the 16th of January, 1684. the Quarter Sessions and Goal Delivery of Newgate, being held at the Old Bayly, &c and Pannels Returned (for the several Juries) called over, William Scarlet , late of London, Gent. was first brought to Trial, b...
  7. Francis Johnson, Killing > other; Arthur Grayham, Killing > other; Richard Grayham, Killing > other, 16th January 1684.

    Francis Johnson , Indicted for Killing Thomas Sydens ; also Arthur Grayham , and Richard Grayham , as Aiders, Abetters and Comforters of Mr. Johnson in the said Fact . It appeared upon the Evidence, that Mr. Johnson, and the two Grayhams, had been late a D...
  8. Thomas Gregory, Killing > other, 16th January 1684.

    Thomas Gregory , a Red Coat Soldier Indicted for killing James Lorrain , it appeared they had been drinking together in a Cellar in the Strand; that Lorrain who was also a Soldier , did there kick Gregory: and when Gregory went out from him, Lorrain follow...
  9. Simon Parry, Killing > other, 27th February 1684.

    Simon Parry , Esq ; Indicted for killing William Wimes ; the Evidence was to the effect following; Mr. Parry, on the 20th of this instant February , dined with two or three other Gentlemen at the Bull head Tavern in Holborn ; it also hapned that at the sam...
  10. Robert How, Killing > other, 27th February 1684.

    Robert How , of St. Clements Danes , Gent. Indicted for killing Thomas Jones , on the 26th of January last; it appeared upon the Evidence, that they had been, with several others, drinking together all that day, and at night, parting with their Company at ...

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