charged with ravishing Sarah Ragg

On Saturday next begin the assizes for this borough and county, when the following persons are to take their trials; William Rushton, charged with ravishing Sarah Ragg. Mary Sharpe, charged with stealing three pewter plates and several pieces of linnen, the property of Ann Morris. John Kitchen, charged with feloniously stealing twelve fleeces of wool out of a barn, the property of Mr. Peck Margaret’s. William Smith charged with shearing two sheep, and stealing the wool thereof, the property of Robert Bostock. Thomas Horner, charged with stealing a shirt, the property of John Staples.