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  1. Timothy Cotton, Killing > murder; Elizabeth Cotton, Killing > murder, 3rd December 1695.

    Timothy Cotton , Gent. and Elizabeth Cotton alias Ball as Accessary, both of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , were indicted for the Murther of James Robinson , Gent. on the 19th. of October last, by giving him one mortal Wound with a Sword value 5...
  2. B - J -, Killing > murder, 27th February 1696.

    B J of the Parish of Saint Martins in the Fields , was indicted for the murther of Henry Norton , for that he, together with Richard Kent , not yet taken, the 3d of February last, did assault Henry Norton with a Rapier, value 5 s. and gave him one mortal w...
  3. John Sharp, Killing > murder, 27th February 1696.

    John Sharp , of the Parish of Saint Pancrass , Gent. was indicted for the Murther of Richard Champion on the 21st of January last, by givinghim one mortal wound with a Rapier, value 2 s. 6 d. on the right Shoulder nigh the Collar bone, of the breadth of on...
  4. Thomas Cooper, Killing > murder, 8th July 1696.

    Thomas Cooper , of the Parish of Saint Martins in the Fields , was indicted for abetting the Murther of one John Beaumont on the 27th of April last,for that he with one Zeno Redcap , not yet taken, with a Sword, val. 2 s. giving the Deceased one mortal wou...
  5. Edward Holland, Killing > murder; Peter Robinson, Killing > murder, 9th September 1696.

    Edward Holland , and Peter Robinson , both of the Parish of Kensington , were Indicted for the Murther of William Iles a Quaker, on the 6th of September last, by giving him one mortal Wound with a Sword value 2 s. on the right part of the Body nigh to the ...
  6. John Hartwell, Killing > murder, 9th September 1696.

    John Hartwell of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , was Indicted for the Murther of Kemeys Hughes on the 10th of April last, for that he, with William Mulgrave , Walter Corbett , and William Bedow , not yet taken, did Assault the deceased with a Swo...
  7. John Pitts, Killing > murder, 14th October 1696.

    John Pitts , Gent. of the Parish of St. Paul's Covent Garden , was indicted for the Murther of Hildebrand Horden , on the 19th of May last; forthat he, with Cecil Bishop and Charles Goring , were aiding and abetting Elizeus Burgis in the said Murther, for ...
  8. B - I -, Killing > murder; Hugh Slade, Killing > murder, 14th October 1696.

    B I Gent. and Hugh Slade , both of the Parish of St. Clement Danes , were indicted upon the Coroner's Inquisition for the Murther of George Copping on the 9th of November last, by giving him one mortal wound with a Sword value 12 d. on the left part of the...
  9. John Fathers, Killing > other, 9th December 1696.

    John Fathers a little Boy of the Parish of St. James Clerkenwell , was Indicted for killing another little Boy named Nicholas Wadsworth , with a wooden Sword , on the 24th of August last. He was acquitted .
  10. George Emmerson, Killing > murder, 9th December 1696.

    George Emmerson of the Parish of St. John Wapping , was Indicted for the Murder of Thomas Walker on the 9th of December last. The Prisoner declared that he had levied an Execution on the Deceaseds Goods, and that the Prisoner swore, that he would have his ...

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