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  1. John Glendon, Killing > murder, 7th December 1692.

    John Glendon of St. Clement Danes , Gent. was tried for the Murther of Rupert Kempthorne , Gent. on the 28th of October last, giving him a mortal wound near the Navel, of the depth of 10 Inches, of which wound he died the next day . The Evidence in general...
  2. Robert Starkey, Killing > murder, 26th April 1693.

    Robert Starkey was tried for the wilful murther of one Joshua Banford his Fellow Soldier , on the 13th Instant ; the matter of Fact was thus; The Prisoner and the deceased Person were seen to go up St. John's Street together, quarrelling one with another; ...
  3. Anthony George Van-Eke, Killing > murder, 26th April 1693.

    Anthony George Van Eke , of the Parish of St. James's Westminster , Gent. was arraigned and tried for the murther of one Arnold Endrick Van Nive Kein , giving him a mortal Wound on the left part of the Breast, of the depth of six or seven Inches on the 5th...
  4. Thomas Carter, Killing > murder; Ralph Nichols, Killing > murder, 31st May 1693.

    Thomas Carter , Gent. and Ralph Nichols , Yeom. Were both indicted upon two Indictments; the first, for the Murther of one Philemon Quoyne a Soldier , the second, for stabbing of him . The Counsel for the King opened the Indictment, then the Witnesses were...
  5. D - P -, Killing > murder, 31st May 1693.

    D P of the Parish of St. Paul's Covent Garden Gent. was indicted and tried for the Murder of one Ambrose Cave Esq ; giving him one Mortal Wound near to his short Ribs of the depth of Six Inches upon the 21st. of February 1689. of which he died the day foll...
  6. Richard Mansell, Killing > murder, 13th July 1693.

    Sir Richard Mansell , Baronet , was indicted and tried for the Murther of William Pickering on the first day of February last . The Matter of Fact appeared upon the Evidence thus: Mr. Pickering being an Apothecary , there was some Monies due to him from Si...
  7. Abraham Anderson, Killing > murder, 12th October 1693.

    Abraham Anderson , a Black , was tried, for that he, together with one Benjamin Davis , not taken, did kill and murther one Benj. Price , on the 14th of April last, giving him a mortal wound upon the Belly of the depth of six Inches, of which he died : The...
  8. Francis Rossington, Killing > murder, 6th December 1693.

    Francis Rossington of the Parish of St. Clement Danes , Gent. was tried for the Murder of one Robert Fownes , Gent giving him a mortal Wound upon the left Buttock, of the depth of 14 Inches on the 31st of October last : The Evidence for the King deposed, T...
  9. James Levingston, Killing > murder, 6th December 1693.

    James Levingston of St. Margaret's Westminster , Gent. was indicted for the Murther of Charles Howard , Gent. giving him a mortal wound near to the Right Pap, of the breadth of one inch, and of the depth of six inches, of which he instantly died . The Evid...
  10. John Breames, Killing > murder; Arnold Breames, Killing > murder; Richard Kelsey, Killing > murder, 6th December 1693.

    John Breames , Arnold Breames and Richard Kelsey , Gentlemen , were all tried for the murther of one Henry Hutton , in the Parish of St. Brides in the Liberty of London . JohnBreams was also indicted upon the Statute of Stabbing; The Council for their Maje...

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