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  • * The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Online, 1674-1913 *

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    Violent Theft, 01/06/1677

    use of, viz. having got a confederate not yet taken being both well mounted about 3 miles on this side Uxbridge between 9 and 10 a clock inthe Evening they happened upon 2 Ministers , of whom one had a

    Mary King, Theft, 23/02/1687

    value 4 s. and a Blew Apron, value 1 s. from Edmund Hall of Uxbridge ; on the 15th. of January last: The proof against her, was that she had pawned one of the Shirts for 8 d. at an

    Pleasant Bateman, Killing, 27/02/1723

    of the Parish of Uxbridge , was indicted for the Murder of her Male Instant Bastard Child, by suffocating it in a Close-stool-pan the 23d of January last. She was indicted a second Time upon the Coroner's Inquest for the

    Frances Hand, Theft, 13/01/1727

    Frances Hand , of Uxbridge , was indicted for stealing two Guineas, and five Pounds in Money, out of the Dwelling House of Robert Darey , Nov. 21 . But the Evidence not being sufficient, the Jury acquitted her.

    William Ives, Theft, 04/12/1728

    , of Uxbridge , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Cloth Coat, a pair of Breeches, a Silver Watch, and other Goods , the Property of Walker Norwood , which appearing very plain against him, the Jury found him guilty

    Mary Imbey, Theft, 28/07/1744

    Imbey , of Uxbridge , was indicted for stealing a linen apron, value 2 s. and a muslin apron , value 3 s. the goods of John Mastin , May 19 . Ann Mastin . May 19, the Prisoner came

    William Collins, Theft, 24/02/1748

    Collins , of Uxbridge , in the parish of Hillingdon , was indicted for stealing sixty tod of wool, each weighing twenty-nine pound weight, value 30l. the goods of Thomas Goring , in his warehouse , Dec. 22 Thomas Goring

    Edward Child, Theft, 08/04/1752

    s. the property of John Lock , Mar. 12 . * John Lock. I live at Uxbridge ; on the 12th of last March these pair of silver spurs were hanging near a window, the window was broke, and the

    John Wetherall, Violent Theft, 25/02/1756

    2 . || Sarah Johnson . On the ninth of this month I was coming three miles on this side Uxbridge , the prisoner met me and ask'd me what I had got to sell? I said handkerchiefs; then he

    John Fletcher, Thomas Fletcher, Theft, Theft, Theft, 05/04/1769

    1, 1768 . ++ Francis Gurney . I had a bushel of wheat in a sack in my waggon at Uxbridge some time about Michaelmas last, and in the morning it was gone. I do not know who took it.

    RICHARD SIMS, Theft, 09/12/1778

    , August 7th. ELIJAH DUNCAN sworn. I am a publican ; I keep the sign of the White Hart at Uxbridge . I lost a brown mare on the 6th or 7th of August, which I had bought on the

    ANN COPUS, Theft, 10/04/1782

    3 l. the goods of Robert Ansell , in his dwelling-house . ROBERT ANSELL sworn. I live at Uxbridge , keep the Three-tuns Inn there, on the 21st of February I missed a mug, about the hour of two, I

    RICHARD BULL, Theft, 10/12/1783

    property of Sarah Woodman , widow . SARAH WOODMAN sworn. I live at Southall, I keep a public house near Uxbridge , in October last about the 3d or 4th, I lost the things mentioned in the indictment, we had

    THOMAS BOLTON, Theft, 08/12/1784

    value 2 s. and five gallons of brandy, value 50 s. his property . DANIEL COOK sworn. I live in Uxbridge , I am a brewer and distiller , my house was broke open on the 6th of May, between

    MICHAEL LOVE, Theft, 14/01/1795

    began; he was alive at the robbery. Q.Where did he live? - He was a clock and watch maker at Uxbridge . Q. Were these things stole before you went to bed or after? - Before. About five o'clock in

    JOHN HILL, Theft, 22/06/1796

    inn, and three post-chaises; I took up two gentlemen in Lombard-street, and carried them to the Crown Inn, Uxbridge; I got to Uxbridge about half past ten. I refreshed myself and my horses, and was coming away at twelve, and

    THOMAS ANNETTS, Theft, 10/01/1798

    Elizabeth, his wife, Joseph Porter , and others of his family being therein. ROBERT COSTER sworn. - I live at Uxbridge , I am a taylor : On the morning of the 10th of December last, I discovered that my

    WILLIAM ROBERTSON, Theft, 27/10/1802

    value 2s. the property of John Serratt . JOHN SERRATT sworn. - I am a horse-keeper , at Uxbridge , and lost a coat out of the yard. JOHN MOORE sworn. - On Saturday, the 23d of October, about a

    THOMAS COPELAND, Theft, 20/04/1803

    a linen-draper , in Oxford-street; I am an apprentice to my father; I attend a shop of my father's at Uxbridge : On Monday, the 28th of February, the prisoner came into the shop about eight o'clock in the evening,

    JAMES SLADE, Theft, 24/04/1805

    at night, with intent the goods therein feloniously and burglariously to steal . JOB-ARNOLD GLOVER sworn. - I live at Uxbridge , in the county of Middlesex: On the 26th of February last, near eleven o'clock in the evening, I

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