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  1. Francis Burgis, Killing > other, 5th December 1688.

    Francis Burgis , was Tryed for killing William Wood a Bayliff's Follower . Upon whose Tryal it appeared, That the Prisoner Bailing a Person who was under an Arrest, the Bail Bond, for want of due Regard, was signed over to the use of the Plaintiff. Of whic...
  2. Charles Walsingham, Killing > other, 16th May 1689.

    Charles Walsingham Gent. was Indicted for Killing one Mr. Carr in the Parish of St. Michael Cornhill , on the 28th of December last past; giving the said Mr. Carr several Mortal Bruises about his Head, Back, and Breast, but especially upon the Head of him ...
  3. William Darsey, Killing > murder; Sarah Tayler, Killing > murder; Dorothy Horton, Killing > murder, 16th May 1689.

    William Darsey , Sarah Tayler , and Dorothy Horton , were all three dicted, Darsey as Principal, and the others as Accessaries, for Murder of one Thomas Lepper on the 31st of January last with Rapier, value 4 s. giving him a moral wound near to his left Pa...
  4. C - A, Killing > murder, 16th May 1689.

    C A Esquire , Indicted for the Murder of Walter Littleton Esq ; on the 17th day of May 1689. giving him a mortal wound upon the Breast of the depth of 6 Inches . The Evidence for the King deposed. That the Prisoner, and the said Mr. Littleton, and another;...
  5. William Bradey, Killing > murder, 16th May 1689.

    William Bradey of St. Mary Le Bone in the County of Middlesex was Indicted for the Murther of one Thomas Scrivenor , the 2d day of January , in the Third Year of King James the Second, Wounding him in the left part of his Belly, 3 Inches deep, of which die...
  6. Charles Walsingham, Killing > murder; Charles Walsingham, Killing > other, 16th May 1689.

    Charles Walsingham Gent. was a second time Indicted for the Murder of John Stoner Gent. on the 29th of March last, with a Rapier value 5 s. giving him a mortal wound upon the left part of his Belly 6 Inches deep . The Evidence deposed that about one a cloc...
  7. Martin Powel, Killing > murder, 16th May 1689.

    Martin Powel Gent. of St. Andrews Holborn , was Tryed for Feloniously and Wilfully Murthering (with a Rapier value 5 s.) Thomas Ward , giving him one Morral Wound near his left Pap. of the depth of 4 Inches, of which he died on the 6th instant . Upon the E...
  8. Charles Walsingham, Killing > murder; Charles Walsingham, Killing > other, 16th May 1689.

    Charles Walsingham Gent. was a second time Indicted for the Murder of John Stoner Gent. on the 29th of March last, with a Rapier value 5 s. giving him a mortal wound upon the left part of his Belly 6 Inches deep . The Evidence deposed that about one a cloc...
  9. Thomas Alcroft, Killing > other, 16th May 1689.

    Thomas Alcroft of the Parish of St. James's, Westminster , Gent. was Indicted for killing one Mr. Clement Pomfret on the 20th of March last, with a Sword value 5 s. giving him one mortal wound of the depth of 5 Inches . Upon the Evidence it appeared thus, ...
  10. Rowland St. John, Killing > other, 16th May 1689.

    Rowland St. John Gent. of St. Clement Danes , was Tryed for killing one John Rich a Footman on the 13th of May , with a Rapier value 5 s. giving him one mortal wound near the left Pap, of the depth of 8 Inches, of which he died . It appeared that the said ...

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