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Searched for all offences where the transcription matches '+sword' (all words must be present), verdict category is killing and decade is 1690s*, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. John Carash, Killing > murder, 21st February 1694.

    John Carash , a French man of the Parish of St. Anns Westminster, was Indicted for murdering John Bertillin with a Sword value 5 s by giving him a mortal Wound on the Right Part of the Body, near the Right Shoulder, of which Wound he instantly died . The P...
  2. John Lawe, Killing > murder, 18th April 1694.

    John Lawe , of St. Giles's in the Fields Gent , was Arraigned upon an Indictment of Murther, for killing one Edward Wilson Gent. commonly called Beaux Wilson, a Person which by common Report of Fame, kept a Coach and six Horses, maintained his Family in gr...
  3. Adam Lynn, Killing > murder, 24th May 1694.

    Adam Lynn , a Drummer , was Tried for the Murther of one John Richardson , by giving him a mortal wound near the Right pap, with a Sword value 2s. of the breadth of one Inch, and of the depth of 12, of which he died . The Witness swore, That the Prisoner c...
  4. Edward Tobin, Killing > other, 24th May 1694.

    Edward Tobin was Tried for killing one David Hughes by giving him a mortal wound in his throat of the breadth of one Inch, and of the depth of five Inches, of which he died the 22d Instant . The Prisoner, with one Rhodes and Powel not taken, were drinking ...
  5. Drury Wake, Killing > murder, 24th May 1694.

    Drury Wake Gent. was Tried for the Murder of one Thomas Smith a Constable , near Bloomsbury, by shooting him with a Pistol Bullet into the Thigh, the 3d of April last . The Prisoner being suspected to be one of the persons that Robbed the House of Sir Rich...
  6. John Cusack, Killing > other, 24th May 1694.

    John Cusack of St. Andrews Holborn , Gent. was Tried for killing one Robert Salisbury on the 30th of April last at Grays Inn Lane end in Holborn , giving him a mortal Wound upon his breast with a Sword, value 2s. of the breadth of one Inch, and of the dept...
  7. John Jewster, Theft > burglary; William Butler, Theft > burglary; Francis Jewster, Theft > burglary; John Jewster, Killing > murder; William Butler, Killing > murder; Francis Jewster, Killing > murder, 11th July 1694.

    John Jewster and William Butler , were Tried upon two Indictments: The first was, for that they, together with Paul Grove , and Edward Hinton , not taken, did break the House of one Jane Le grand, alias Jane Le grant , in the Tower Liberty ; and took away ...
  8. John Wood, Killing > murder, 11th July 1694.

    John Wood , of the Parish of St. Andrews Holbourn , was tried for killing one William Floyd a Shoemaker in Liquorpond street with a Sword, giving him a mortal wound (on the 23d of June last) in and upon his left Thigh, near to his Groine of the depth of 8 ...
  9. Charles Pynes, Killing > murder; Charles Pynes, Killing > murder; Robert Adderton, Killing > murder, 11th July 1694.

    Charles Pynes was tried for killing one Daniel Roberts , Taylor , with a Sword, value 2 s. giving him a Mortal wound near to his left Pap of the breadth of one Inch, depth eight Inches, on the 14th day of May , in the Third Year of the Reign of Their most ...
  10. Charles Pynes, Killing > murder; Charles Pynes, Killing > murder; Robert Adderton, Killing > murder, 11th July 1694.

    Charles Pynes was tried for killing one Daniel Roberts , Taylor , with a Sword, value 2 s. giving him a Mortal wound near to his left Pap of the breadth of one Inch, depth eight Inches, on the 14th day of May , in the Third Year of the Reign of Their most ...

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