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  1. Gerald Fitzgerald, Killing > murder, 28th February 1730.

    Gerald Fitzgerald , of St. Martin's in the Fields , was indicted for the Murther of Robert Whitley , by giving him one Mortal Wound near the Right Pap, of the Length of one Inch, and the Depth of ten Inches, on the 5th of this Instant February , of which h...
  2. David Murphey, Killing > murder, 28th August 1730.

    David Murphey , of Chiswick , Gent. was indicted for the Murther of Ulysses Lynch , Gent. by giving him one Mortal Wound with a Sword on the Breast, of the Length of half an Inch, and the Depth of six Inches, of which he instantly dy'd , the 19th of August...
  3. Francis Woodmash, Killing > murder, 28th April 1731.

    Francis Woodmash , of St. George Hanover Square , was indicted for the Murther of Robert Ormesby , giving him one Mortal Wound with a Sword, on the Left part of the Body, near the Left Pap, the Length of half an Inch, and the Depth of 6 Inches, of which he...
  4. Edward Stafford, Killing > murder, 14th July 1731.

    Edward Stafford , of St. Andrew's Holbourn , Esq ; was indicted for the Murther of Thomas Manwaring , by giving him one mortal Wound on the Left side of the Body, of the Length of Half an Inch, and of the Depth of 11 Inches , the 23d of June last. He was a...
  5. John Davis, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Davis, Killing > murder; John Davis, Violent Theft > highway robbery; John Davis, Theft > grand larceny, 14th July 1731.

    John Davis , of St. Mary Islington , was indicted for assaulting William Walker Esq ; in a Field and open Place near the King's Highway, putting him in Fear, and taking from him a Coat, Waistcoat, a Pair of Breeches, Hat, Wig, Sword, and Nine pence Half pe...
  6. Samuel Cherry, Killing > murder, 8th December 1731.

    Samuel Cherry , of St. Giles's without Cripplegate , was indicted for the Murder of Peter Longworth , by giving him, with a drawn Sword, one mortal Wound in the Breast, near the left Pap, of the Length of half an Inch, and the Depth of 2 Inches, on the 17t...
  7. Peter Noakes, Killing > murder, 14th January 1732.

    42. Peter Noakes , of St. Martin's in the Field , was indicted for the Murder of William Turner . Gent , by discharging a Pistol loaden with Powder and Bullets, against the right Part of his Head, near the right Ear, and thereby giving him one mortal Wound...
  8. Charles Johnson, Killing > murder, 6th September 1732.

    23. Charles Johnson , a Soldier of St. Bartholomew the Less . was indicted for the Murder of Walter Wade , by giving him with a drawn Sword, one mortal Wound on the Right Part of the Head, of the Breadth of 2 Inches, and Depth of 1/4 of an Inch; and one ot...
  9. John Welch, Killing > murder, 12th September 1733.

    8. John Welch , was indicted for the Murder of John Ashwell , by throwing him on the Ground, and striking him with both his Hands and Feet on the Stomach, Breast, Belly, Sides, and Groin, and thereby giving him several mortal Wounds and Bruises, on the 24t...
  10. Roger Bow, Killing > murder, 30th June 1734.

    20. Roger Bow , Waterman , was indicted for the Murder of Thomas Field , by giving him, with a Knife, one mortal Wound in the left side of the Belly, near the Navel, of the Length of one Inch, and Depth of 8 Inches, May 16 . of which he languished till the...

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