at the ensuing Assizes

The following Prisoners are to take their Trials at the ensuing Assizes for this Borough and County.
++William Barber, charged on a violent suspicion of breaking open and robbing the dwelling house of Robert Barnet of Stapleton.
++John Tugbey the Elder, charged on the Coroner’s Inquest, with the wilful Murder of John Tugbey the Younger, late of Worthington in this County.
++John Gamble, charged with stealing 3 Hogs from an open field near Uppingham in the County of Rutland.
++James Allwood on suspicion of stealing 3 beasts the property of Thomas Foreman, at Waltham in this County, and selling them in the Publick Market the Friday following.
++Thomas Mea, charged with stealing 4 Hens and a Cock, the property of John Robinson of Bubage.
++John Bott, on a violent suspicion of felony and Burglary committed in Newbold Verdon in this county.
++Thomas Gouldborough, charged with stealing a brown Mare, the property of Robert Hill of Melton Mowbray in the said County.
++Alice Eason, charged on the Coroner’s Inquest, with the Murder of a new born female bastard child, by strangling at the time of delivery.
++Sarah Hart, charged with stealing 6 Fowls the property of William Grey of Newtown Linford.
++William Giles alias Merril, charged with stealing a Parcel of Stockings &c. out of a cart belonging to Thomas Taylor of Loughborough in the said County.
++Thomas Cooke on suspicion of Felony.
++John Deborah Crop, charged with a highway robbery in St. Margaret’s Fields near the Borough of Leicester.
++William Jennings on suspicion of stealing a Silver Pint Cup, the property of Alexander Forrester of the said Borough of Leicester.
++William Goodman, charged with stealing a Horse out of a stable in the said Borough, the property of Mr. William Clarke.
++Benjamin Bunney, charged with being found concealed in the Shop of Mr. Jonah Eburne of this Borough, Grocer, with an intent to rob the same.
++Mary Griffin, charged with stealing a Linnen-gown the property of Hannah Hidson of Oadbey in this County.
++William Kirk on a violent suspicion of stealing 6 Pewter-Plates, the property of Thomas Hill of the said Borough.
++Thomas Belton, charged on the oath of John Taylor, with stealing several Cheeses out of the Dwelling-House of the said John Taylor, within the Borough aforesaid.

* The Old Fashioned Farmer’s Letter upon a Re-perusal, is thought better to be omitted, as it might possibly give Offence.