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16th January 1756 - 23rd December 1756

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Image 43 of 12419th February 1756


Puts himself upon the Country Jury Say Guilty
No Goods To be Transported for the Term of Seven
years according to the form of the Statute Etc

3 William Grub< no role >
For Stealing Goods V. 5s of Evert George< no role >
Coussmaker & Thomas Pitt< no role >

Puts himself upon the Country Jury Say Not Guilty nor fled Acquitted

5 William Yates< no role >
Puts himself upon the Country
Jury Say Not Guilty nor
fled Acquitted

Richard Rivers< no role >
Puts himself upon the Country
Jury Say not Guilty nor fled
Acquitted

William Sawyer< no role >
Puts himself upon the Country
Jury Say not Guilty nor
fled Acquitted

John Birch< no role >
Puts himself upon the Country
Jury SayGuiltynot Guilty
not fled Acquitted

William Dobbins< no role > }
For privately Stealing 50 Gallons of
Strong Beer. V. 25s of John Cumberledge< no role >
in the Warehouse of the said John

Puts herself upon the Country Jury Say not Guilty nor fled Acquitted

6 Ann Kingsby< no role >
For Stealing three Iron Keys V. 1d. & 4s. in
moneys Numbred of John Sutherland< no role >

Puts himself upon the Country Jury Say Guilty V. 39s no Goods had Judgement
on Another Indictment.

10 Charles Cane< no role >
Puts himself on the Country
Jury Say Guilty V. 39s. No Goods
To be Transported for the Term of
7 years According to the form of the
Statute Etc

Thomas Williams< no role > }
For Stealing Goods V. 77s. [..] of Clare-
Reeve
< no role > , in the Dwelling house of the sd. Clare

Puts himself upon the Country Jury Say Guilty no Goods To be hanged by
the Neck until he is dead.

11 Charles Lane< no role >
For privately Stealing Goods V. 15 of
Thomas Tolley< no role > in the Shop of the sd. Thomas

Puts himself upon the Country Jury Say Guilty no Goods To be hanged by
the Neck until he is dead.

12 John Burroughs< no role >
For Stealing a Bullock price 10. of
William Higby< no role >

Puts himself upon the Country Jury Say Guilty No Goods To be Transported
for the Term of Seven Years According to the form of the Statute Etc

13 Walter Fitzgerald< no role >
For Stealingfor Stealing23s in Money
of Joseph Williamson< no role >

Puts himself upon the Country Jury say Not Guilty nor fled Acquitted

last Session.


Daniel Dougherty< no role >
Puts himself upon the Country
Jury Say not Guilty nor fled
Acquitted

Neal Dougherty< no role >
Puts himself upon the Country
Jury Say not Guilty nor fled
Acquitted

Terence Mc. Quire< no role >
Puts himself upon the Country
Jury Say not Guilty nor fled
Acquitted

Hugh Gorgan< no role > }
For a Robery upon William Hopster< no role > in the
King's Highway at the Pish of St. Ann Westmr .
& Stealing from his Person one promisory Note
for the Sum of 70. to the sd. Wm. Hopster endemand
(the sd. Note being the property of the sd. Wm. & the
sd. Sum of 70 being then due & unsatisfied)
agt. the Statute




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