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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 1730s, between 1674 and 1800

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  1. Richard Dubois, Killing > murder, 10th July 1734.

    40. Richard Dubois , was indicted for the Murder of John Dubois , by giving him, with a Sword, one mortal Wound in the right Breast half an Inch long and 12 Inches deep, May 10 . of which Wound he languished till next day, and then dy'd . He was a second t...
  2. John Burroughs, Killing > murder, 26th February 1735.

    40. John Burroughs , was indicted for the Murder of Richard Newbolt , by giving him with a Sword one mortal Wound in the left Breast, of the length of one Inch, and depth of six Inches, of which Wound he instantly dyed Feb. 9 . He was a second time indicte...
  3. Joseph Anthill, Killing > murder; Thomas Waters, Killing > murder; Daniel Maccartey, Killing > murder; Philip Brown, Killing > murder; Joseph Anthill, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Thomas Waters, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Daniel Maccartey, Violent Theft > highway robbery; Philip Brown, Violent Theft > highway robbery, 8th December 1736.

    93, 94, 95, 96. Joseph Anthill , Thomas Waters , Daniel Maccartey , and Philip Brown , were indicted for assaulting Alexander Innys , Joseph Anthill , for giving the said Innys a mortal Bruise on the Crown of his Head with a wooden Stick, of which mortal B...
  4. Richard Coyle, Killing > murder; Richard Coyle, Miscellaneous > piracy, 24th February 1737.

    Clerk of Arraigns. Richard Coyle , hold up your Hand. Gentlemen of the Jury, look upon the Prisoner, and hearken to his Cause. He stands indicted by the Name of Richard Coyle , late of London, Mariner , for that he, together with John Richardson , Caleb La...
  5. John Bailey, Killing > murder, 6th July 1737.

    11. John Bailey , of the Tower of London , was indicted for assaulting William Burton , with a drawn Sword made of Iron and Steel, which he held in his right Hand, and giving him the said Burton on the right Part of the Belly under the right Ribs, a mortal...
  6. Nathaniel Hilliard, Killing > murder, 22nd February 1738.

    4. Nathaniel Hilliard , of St. James's Westminster , was indicted for that he not having God before his Eyes, &c. the 6th of May, in the 7th Year of his present Majesty, in and upon Robert Millegan , feloniously, &c. did make an Assault, and with a...
  7. Robert Dickinson, Killing > murder, 6th December 1738.

    41. Robert Dickinson , of St. Mary le Strand , was indicted, for that he, not having GOD before his Eyes, &c. on the 16th of October , in and upon Peter Price , feloniously, &c. did make an Assault, and with a certain Sword made of Iron and Steel, ...

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