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  1. Latimer Ridley, Killing > other, 25th April 1688.

    Latimer Ridley , of the Parish of St. Andrew's Holborn, was Tried for Assaulting and Killing of Robert Ashton Esq ; on the 18th. of March last. The Counsel for the King pleaded hard against the Prisoner: The sum of the Evidence was thus, that the Prisoner ...
  2. John Edwards, Killing > murder, 25th April 1688.

    John Edwards , of the Parish of Stepney , was Indicted for killing and murthering of Richard Gibson on the 10th of April ; some Seamen and others quarrelling at a Musick House at the Hermitage , having no Swords or sticks among them, the Prisoner rusht in ...
  3. William Mogg, Killing > murder; Richard Ingram, Killing > murder; John Gardyner, Killing > murder; Samuel Jewel, Killing > murder; Martin Pynkard, Killing > murder; John Boreman, Killing > murder; Simon Harris, Killing > murder; Charles Osborne, Killing > murder; William Noat, Killing > murder; Samuel Hawkes, Killing > murder, 31st May 1688.

    William Mogg , Richard Ingram , John Gardyner , Samuel Jewel , Martin Pynkard , John Boreman , Simon Harris , Charles Osborne , William Noat and Samuel Hawkes , were all ten Indicted, (the two latter of which never appeared in Court) for the Murther of one...
  4. Lothland Mackingtash, Killing > murder, 11th July 1688.

    Lothland Mackingtash a Scotch Man, of the Parish of Thistleworth , was Indicted for the Murther of one William Frazier a Soldier at the Camp, on the 1st. day of July , giving him a Mortal Wound near his Left Pap; with a Sword, value 2 s. 6 d. of the breadt...
  5. Charles Constantine, Killing > murder, 11th July 1688.

    Charles Constantine of the Parish of St. Bartholomew's near the Exchange , was Indicted for the Murther of his own Natural Brother, viz. Philip Constantine , which upon the Coroners Inquisition was found to be wilful Murther, on the 3 d. day of this Instan...
  6. Nicholas Salter, Killing > other, 11th July 1688.

    Middlesex Side. Nicholas Salter a Soldier , was Indicted for Killing Edward Walker , at Kensington in the County of Middlesex, with a Sword, value 10 s. giving him one Mortal Wound near the Short ribbs of the breadth of one Inch, and the depth of ten Inche...
  7. Daniel Cary, Killing > murder; James Carrington, Killing > murder, 31st August 1688.

    Daniel Cary and James Carrington , were both Tryed for the Murther of one Richard Welding , on the 17th. day of July last, with a Sword value 2 s. giving him one Mortal Wound near the left part of his Breast, of the depth of five Inches, of which he instan...
  8. Henry Howel, Killing > murder; Mary Harris, Killing > murder, 10th October 1688.

    Henry Howel and Mary Harris of the Parish of St. Clement's Danes , in the County of Middlesex, were both Indicted for the Murther of one Richard Harris on the 26th. day of September last, giving him one Mortal Wound in his right Eye, of the depth of four I...
  9. Morgan Donow, Killing > murder, 5th December 1688.

    Morgan Donow , was Tryed for killing one William Taff of Stepney, on the 24th of August , against whom upon Tryal it appeared, That the Deceased being at work with divers of his Companions, to the number of Seven or Eight in a Rope yard, the Prisoner with ...
  10. William Hussy, Killing > murder, 5th December 1688.

    William Hussy of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , was Tryed as Accessory to the Murder of William Henric , as being aiding and abetting one Mr. Hacket, in compassing the death of the said Henric, on the 6th of July last . The Evidence for the King...

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