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  1. Peter Sam, Killing > murder; Erect Vandoventer, Killing > murder; Lodwick Marss, Killing > murder; Henry Baltas, Killing > murder, 16th May 1689.

    The Four Dutchmen Indicted for the Murther of John Webber, desired their Jury might consist of half English, and half Out landish, which was granted by the Court. Their Names follow. Thomas Sanders Abraham Demorre William Cole Abraham Montford John Newman ...
  2. Robert Palmer, Killing > murder, 3rd July 1689.

    Robert Palmer was tryed for the murther of one Edith Shank , wife of Edward Shank of Stepney , in the county of Middlesex, on the 4th of June last, giving her a mortal wound near her navel, of the depth of 6 inches, of which she died. The evidence said, th...
  3. Henry Vandrew, Killing > other; James Levandrew, Killing > other, 3rd July 1689.

    Henry Vandrew , and James Levandrew , two Dutch men, were both tryed for killing one William Waterworth of St. James's Clerkenwel, giving him a mortal wound near the left part of the belly of the depth of 4 inches, of which he instantly died. The evidence ...
  4. John Harman, Killing > murder; Henry Peppermaker, Killing > murder; John Degrove, Killing > murder, 28th August 1689.

    PARTY JURY. John Cogghill Nicho, Romane Randal Nicholl Henry Umbloe John Harrison Nicholas Duffee John Marsh Joshua Merrisaw John Horsley Abraham Hewet Nicholas Shepherd Joshua Morray . John Harman , Henry Peppermaker , and John Degrove , all Dutch Men, we...
  5. Greenaway Field, Killing > murder, 28th August 1689.

    Greenaway Field of the County of Middlesex Gent. was Tryed for killing one Andrew Charleton , on the 19th of August giving him one mortal Wound near the right Pap (with a Rapier value 2 s.) of the depth of 6 Inches, of which he died the 20th instant &c...
  6. William Higgs, Killing > murder, 9th October 1689.

    William Higgs of the Parish of Chiswick in the Country of Middlesex Gent , was Tryed for the Murther of one Christopher Reinhart Mentz , on the 24th of September , giving him a mortal Wound near to the right Pap of the depth of two Inches, with a Rapler va...
  7. Walter Mooney, Killing > murder; Timothy Hartican, Killing > murder, 11th December 1689.

    Walter Mooney , and Timothy Hartican , Soldier s were both Indicted for the Murther of James Marsh ; Mooney as principal, Hartican as accessary; giving him one Mortal Wound, in and upon the Left Buttock, near to the Left Hip, with a Sword value 2 s. of the...

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