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.