1833

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SUBJECT TITLE FORENAME SURNAME TYPE PLACE PLACE NOTES
ASSIZES DAVID ABBOTT BIGAMY   THRAPSTON DAVID ABBOTT, 27, CHARGED WITH MARRYING A SECOND TIME AT NOTINGHAM IN 1825, HIS FORMER WIFE, WHOM HE MARRIED AT OUNDLE, IN 1823, BEING THEN LIVING
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES DAVID ABBOTT INTERMARRYING   THRAPSTON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JAMES ABBOTT ASSAULT   WELLINGBOROUGH CHARGED WITH HAVING ASSAULTED TWO OF THE WATCHMEN OF WELLINGBOROUGH, WHILE IN THE EXECUTION OF THEIR DUTY
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JAMES ABBOTT ASSAULT   WELLINGBOROUGH CHARGED WITH HAVING ASSAULTED TWO OF THE WATCHMEN OF WELLINGBOROUGH, WHILE IN THE EXECUTION OF THEIR DUTY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JAMES ABBOTT ASSAULT   WELLINGBOROUGH JAMES ABBOTT, 31, WAS CONVICTED OF HAVING ASSAULTED TWO OF THE WATCHMEN OF WELLINGBOROUGH, HE WAS ORDERED TO ENTER INTO HIS OWN RECOGNIZANCE FOR HIS APPEARANCE AT THE NEXT ASSIZE, IF CALLED ON
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES LETITIA ABBOTT MENTIONED   THRAPSTON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITTED TO OUR COUNTY GAOL JAMES ABRAHAMS KEEPING THE PEACE   HIGHAM FERRERS JAMES ABRAHAMS, SAMUEL COX, AND JOHN CLARK, FOR REFUSING TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS SARAH PATENAL, OF HIGHAM FERRERS
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS BARNET ADAMS VICTIM   CREATON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION GEORGE ADAMS FILIATION   ABTHORPE FOR THREE MONTHS, HE HAVING REFUSED TO PERFORM AN ORDER OF FILIATION FOR THE RELIEF OF THE PARISH OF ABTHORPE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JAMES ADAMS DAMAGE   SYRESHAM FOR ONE MONTH, FOR WILFULLY DAMAGING A TREE AT SYRESHAM
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOSEPH ADAMS VICTIM   THEFT ABRAHAM BATTY, 22, WAS INDICTED FOR HAVING STOLEN A GELDING, THE PROPERTY OF JOSEPH ADAMS.  GUILTY TRANSPORTATION FOR LIFE.
ASSIZES MR. ADAMS VICTIM   WEEDON BECK SOPHIA KING, 14, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A QUANTITY OF HALFPENCE FROM THE SHOP OF MR. ADAMS, OF WEEDON BECK
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL MR. ADAMS VICTIM   WEEDON BECK SOPHIA KING, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN FROM THE COUNTER OF MR. ADAMS, SHOPKEEPER, OF WEEDON BECK, A QUANTITY OF HALF PENCE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS ADAMS VICTIM   DAVENTRY JOSEPH BOSWORTH AND RICHARD CROFTS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN AT DAVENTRY, TWO DUCKS, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ADAMS, AND TWO FOWLS, THE PROPERTY OF SAMUEL HOLLOWELL
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES THOMAS ADAMS VICTIM   DAVENTRY JOSEPH BOSWORTH, 16, AND RICHARD CROFTS, 17, PLEADED GUILTY TO TWO INDICTMENTS FOR STEALING POULTRY AT DAVENTRY, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ADAMS AND SAMUELL HOLLOWELL.  TRANSPORTATION FOR SEVEN YEARS
SPIRITED HORSE MR.  ADKINS   NUN MILLS NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES WILLIAM AGER MENTIONED NORTH END NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOSIAH AINSWORTH MISDEMEANOUR   KETTERING JOSIAH AINSWORTH, FOR ONE MONTH, FOR A MISDEMEANOUR, IN THE SERVICE OF HIS EMPLOYER, JOHN BATES, OF KETTERING
FIRE JOHN ALLEN FIRE   IRTHLINGBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
FIRE AT IRTHLINGBOROUGH JOHN ALLEN MENTIONED   IRTHLINGBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOSEPH ALLEN FILIATION     FOR THREE MONTHS, FOR THE NON PERFORMANCE OF AN ORDER OF FILIATION
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS   ALLEN MENTIONED   MURCOT SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN ANDREWS OR ANDERSON GAME LAWS   PASSENHAM GEORGE YEATES AND JOHN ANDREWS OR ANDERSON, OF PASSENHAM AND LEVI HENSON, OF DENSHANGER, EACH FOR TWO MONTHS
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS ANGEL ALIAS ROGERS THEFT   KETTERING THOMAS ANGEL ALIAS ROGERS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN CERTAIN ARTICLES OF DRESS, THE PROPERTY OF W.J. WYMAN, OF KETTERING
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS THOMAS ANGEL ALIAS ROGERS THEFT   KETTERING THOMAS ANGEL ALIAS ROGERS, 26, PLEADED GUILTY TO AN INDICTMENT FOR HAVING STOLEN CERTAIN ARTICLES OF DRESS BELONGING TO W.I. WYMAN OF KETTERING.  TO BE IMPRISONED SIX MONTHS
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES EDWARD ANSTEY MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS ARNOLD VICTIM   BRACKLEY ST. PETER WILLIAM AYRES, DANIEL KING, AND GEORGE RUTHERFORD, RESPECTIVELY FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING MALICIOUSLY DAMAGED THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ARNOLD AND OTHERS, AT THE PARISH OF BRACKLEY ST. PETER
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN ASH TRESPASSING   PIDDINGTON V. PEARSON AND JOHN ASH, OF PIDDINGTON, FOR TWO MONTHS EACH, FOR TRESPASSING AT HORTON, IN PURSUIT OF GAME
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS HENRY ASHBY VICTIM     SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS ASHLEY VICTIM     THOMAS MARTIN AND CHARLES SHORTLAND, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN TWO PONIES, THE PROPERTY OF JOHN STOCKBURN AND THOMAS ASHLEY
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS THOMAS ASHLEY VICTIM     THOMAS MARTIN, AGED 24, AND CHARLES SHORTLAND, 23, CHARGED WITH TWO PONIES, THE PROPERTY OF JOSEPH STOCKBURN AND THOMAS ASHLEY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES THOMAS ASHLEY VICTIM   GEDDINGTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES WILLIAM ASHLEY MENTIONED   STANWICK SEE ARTICLE
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN ASHPOLE VICTIM   BOZEAT WILLIAM CHURCH, ON SUSPICION OF HAVING STOLEN A FOWL, BELONGING TO JOHN ASHPOLE, OF BOZEAT
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS EVAN ASHWORTH THEFT   BADBY EVAN ASHWORTH, AGED 20, WAS CONVICTED OF STEALING A WAISTCOAT, VALUE 1S. BELONGING TO HENRY GOODMAN, OF BADBY.  FOURTEEN DAYS IMPRISONMENT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS ATTKINS THEFT   COTTINGHAM OF COTTINGHAM, FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING STOLEN A MAPLE POLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL RICHARD AUSTIN WOUNDED   HARDINGSTONE RICHARD AUSTIN, CHARGED WITH HAVING WOUNDED CHARLES FLETCHER, WITH A GUN, AT HARDINGSTONE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS AYRES VICTIM   WEEDON TARPLEY, THOMAS F REEMAN, ALEXANDER JONES, AND TWO OTHER PERSONS, WHO REFUSE TO GIVE THEIR NAMES, CHARGED WITH HAVING BROKEN INTO THE HOUSE OF THOMAS AYRES, OF WEEDON, AND STOLEM THEREFROM TWO KNIVES, A CLOTH, &C. &C.
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION WILLIAM AYRES DAMAGE   BRACKLEY ST. PETER WILLIAM AYRES, DANIEL KING, AND GEORGE RUTHERFORD, RESPECTIVELY FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING MALICIOUSLY DAMAGED THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ARNOLD AND OTHERS, AT THE PARISH OF BRACKLEY ST. PETER
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES HENRY BAINES MENTIONED   DESBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM BAKER THEFT   CULWORTH SEE ARTICLE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS JAMES BALDWIN THEFT     AGED 20, PLEADED GUILTY TO AN INDICTMENT FOR HAVING STOLEN A SILVER WATCH, VALUE 4, AND WAS SENTENCED TO ONE MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS BALDWIN GAME LAWS     FOR TWO MONTHS, UNDER THE GAME LAWS
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM BALL MENTIONED PUBLIC HOUSE ROWELL SEE ARTICLE
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS WILLIAM BANBURY THEFT     WILLIAM BANBURY, AGED 20, CHARGED WITH STEALING 55, THE PROPERTY OF WILLIAM MALIN
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION G. F. BANTON VICTIM   DUSTON W. RICHARDSON, OF NORTHAMPTON, FOR ONE MONTH, CONVICTED OF STEALING, AT DUSTON, PART OF A GATE, BELONGING TO G. F. BANTON ; AND THOMAS HOLLOWAY AND JOHN BEAL, CHARGED WITH HAVING BEEN PARTIES TO THE SAID OFFENCE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JAMES BARLOW THEFT   THRAPSTON JAMES BARLOW, CHARGED WITH HAVING BROKEN INTO AND ENTERED THE DWELLING HOUSE OF WILLIAM SMITH, OF THRAPSTON, WITH INTENT TO COMMIT A FELONY THEREIN ; THE PRISONER IS ALSO CHARGED WITH ROBBING GEORGE BARNET, OF OLD WESTON, HUNTS, ON THE TURNPIKE ROAD NEAR THRAPSTON
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS JAMES BARLOW THEFT   THRAPSTON HENRY MUNDS, AGED 25, & JAMES BARLOW, 23, CHARGED WITH BREAKING AND ENTERING  THE HOUSE OF WILLIAM SMITH, OF THRAPSTON, IN THE NIGHT-TIME, WITH INTENT TO COMMIT A FELONY
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS JAMES BARLOW ASSAULT     SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES JAMES BARLOW THEFT   THRAPSTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES WILLIAM BARNERY THEFT     SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS EDWARD BARNES VICTIM   KETTERING DANIEL SPRIGGS, AGED 17, WAS INDICTED FOR STEALING SEVEN RABITS, VALUE 5S. THE PROPERTY OF EDWARD BARNES, OF KETTERING ; AND ALSO FOR STEALING FROM THE PERSON OF WILLIAM ROE, OF KETTERING, A PURSE CONTAINING SILVER AND COPPER COIN, &C.  NO TRUE BILL, DISC
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS GEORGE BARNES VICTIM   OLD WESTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES GEORGE BARNES VICTIM   OLD WESTON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM BARNSBY THEFT   BRAUNSTON WILLIAM BARNSBY, OF BRAUNSTON, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN 55, THE PROPERTY OF WILLIAM MALIUS
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION WILLIAM BASELEY GAME LAWS   BADBY GEORGE YEATES, OF PASSENHAM, AND WILLIAM BASELEY OF BADBY, RESPECTIVELY FOR TWO MONTHS, CONVICTED OF TRESPASSING IN PURSUIT OF GAME
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL ROBERT BATEMAN THEFT   CHACOMBE FOR A BREACH OF THE PEACE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS ROBERT BATEMAN ASSAULT     AGAINST WILLIAM SIMONS, 40, AND ROBERT BATEMAN, 25, COMMITTED ON CHARGES OF ASSAULT, NO PROSECUTOR APPEARED
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES JESSE BATES THEFT   ISLIP SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN BATES MENTIONED   KETTERING JOSIAH AINSWORTH, FOR ONE MONTH, FOR A MISDEMEANOUR, IN THE SERVICE OF HIS EMPLOYER, JOHN BATES, OF KETTERING
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES JOSEPH BATES MENTIONED   STANWICK SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM BATES BASTARDY   WELLINGBOROUGH / MILTON GEORGE SIMONDS (27) AND WILLIAM BATES (32) WHO HAD REFUSED TO IDEMNIFY THE PARISHES OF WELLINGBOROUGH AND MILTON, IN MATTERS OF BASTARDY, WERE DISCHARGED
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS THOMAS BATTISON ASSAULT   BRAYFIELD THOMAS BATTISON, FOR AN ASSAULT ON THE CONSTABLE OF BRAFIELD.   ONE MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JAMES BATTLE VICTIM   WELDON CHARLES GILBY, AGED 19, WAS CONVICTED OF STEALING FROM THE KITCHEN OF JAMES BATTLE, OF WELDON, A PIECE OF BACON.  ONE MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES ABRAHAM BATTY THEFT   THEFT ABRAHAM BATTY, 22, WAS INDICTED FOR HAVING STOLEN A GELDING, THE PROPERTY OF JOSEPH ADAMS.  GUILTY TRANSPORTATION FOR LIFE.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN BAYLIS VICTIM   PAULERSPURY WILLIAM READ, CHARGED WITH HAVING KILLED AND STOLEN A BOG PIG, THE PROPERTY OF JOHN BAYLIS, OF PAULERSPURY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JOHN BAYLISS VICTIM   PAULERSPURY WILLIAM READ, 29, FOR KILLING A PIG, BELONGING TO JOHN BAYLISS, OF PAULERSPURY, AND STEALING THE CARCASE, WAS ORDERED TO BE TRANSPORTED FOR SEVEN YEARS
ACCIDENT JAMES BAYS ACCIDENT   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
ACCIDENT JAMES BAYS ACCIDENT CASTLE STREET NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN BEADLES SURETIES   FLOORE OF FLOORE, FOR HAVING REFUSED TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS HIS WIFE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN BEAL THEFT   DUSTON / NORTHAMPTON W. RICHARDSON, OF NORTHAMPTON, FOR ONE MONTH, CONVICTED OF STEALING, AT DUSTON, PART OF A GATE, BELONGING TO G. F. BANTON ; AND THOMAS HOLLOWAY AND JOHN BEAL, CHARGED WITH HAVING BEEN PARTIES TO THE SAID OFFENCE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN BEASBY THEFT   NEWBOTTLE JOHN BEASBY, CHARLES GOODMAN, THOMAS COSTELA, AND WILLIAM TAYLOR, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN TWO SHIRTS AND A CAP, THE PROPERTY OF JAMES MARSHALL, OF NEWBOTTLE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS JOHN BEASBY THEFT   NEWBOTTLE JOHN BEASBY, 19, CHARLES GOODWIN, 25, THOMAS COSTOLA, 22, AND WILLIAM TAYLOR, 21, FOR HAVING STOLEN TWO SHIRTS AND A CAP, THE PROPERTY OF JAMES MARSHALL, OF NEWBOTTLE, WERE SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS' TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTED JOHN BEASLEY TRANSPORTED     THE UNDER-MENTIONED CONVICTS HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO GOSPORT FROM OUR COUNTY GAOL, AND PUT ON BOARD THE YORK HULK :- JAMES HOWE, FOR FOURTEEN YEARS, AND THOMAS COSTOLA, CHARLES GOODWIN, WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN BEASLEY, AND CHARLES CROSS, FOR SEVEN YEARS
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN BEEBY LEFT WORK   GREAT ADDINGTON OF GREAT ADDINGTON, FOR ONE MONTH, HE HAVING LEFT THE WORK WHICH HE HAD ENGAGED TO PERFORM, AND FOR WHICH HE HAD BEEN PAID
RIOT BENJAMIN BELCHER RIOT   WELLINGBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES SAMUEL BELTON MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION WILLIAM BENBOW FILIATION   MIDDLETON CHENEY OF PAULERSPURY, FOR THE NON-PERFORMANCE OF AN ORDER FILIATION.  WILLIAM BENBOW, OF MIDDLETON CHENEY, ON A CONVICTION SIMILAR TO THE LAST MENTIONED
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS RICHARD BENJAMIN MENTIONED   MURCOT SEE ARTICLE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS JOHN BENTON THEFT   MILTON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO OUR COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM BERKELEY VICTIM   TANSOR WILLIAM EATON, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A QUANTITY OF HAY, AT TANSOR, BELONGING TO WILLIAM BERKELEY
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS JAMES BETTS THEFT   ISLIP JAMES BETTS, AGED 21 AND THOMAS READ, 19, CHARGED WITH STEALING FROM THE BARN OF BENJAMIN LEETE, OF ISLIP, ABOUT TWO BUSHELS OF WHEAT AND A SACK
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JESSE BETTS THEFT   ISLIP JESSE BETTS AND THOMAS READ, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN FROM THE BARN OF B. LEETE, AT ISLIP, TWO BUSHELS OF WHEAT AND A SACK
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES NOAH BETTS MENTIONED   ISLIP SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION NOAH BETTS FILIATION   WOODFORD OF WOODFORD, FOR THREE MONTHS, FOR REFUSING TO PERFORM AN ORDER OF FILIATION
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM BIGLEY GAME   WOODNEWTON THOMAS PEACH, ROBERT GINN AND WILLIAM BIGLEY, CHARGED WITH A TRESPASS IN PURSUIT OF GAME, AT WOODNEWTON
ASSIZES WILLIAM BIGLEY GAME     THOMAS PEACH, 23, ROBERT GINN, 19, & WILLIAM BIGLEY, 21, CHARGED WITH BEING FOUND IN SHORTWOOD COPPICE IN THE OCCUPATION OF THE EARL OF WESTMORLAND, ARMED WITH BLUDGEONS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESTROYING GAME
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES WILLIAM BIGLEY GAME     SEE ARTICLE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS SUSANNA BILLINGHAM VICTIM     GEORGE W. ROBINSON, 27, WAS SENTENCED TO TWO MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT FOR HAVING STOLEN FROM THE PERSON OF SUSANNA BILLINGHAM, A BASKET, CONTAINING A GOWN PIECE, & C.
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL SUSANNA BILLINGHAM VICTIM   WEEDON BECK EDWARD TIFT, CHARGED WITH HAVING BROKEN INTO THE HOUSE OF THOMAS HUMPHREY, OF WEEDON BECK, AND STOLEN THEREFROM THREE SHILLINGS AND SOME HALF PENCE ; AND GEORGE WHITEHEAD ROBINSON, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN FROM THE PERSON OF SUSANNA BILLINGHAM, A SHAWL AND A BONNET, AND ALSO A BASKET AND A GOWN PIECE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES ANN BILLINGSLEY MENTIONED RED LION POTTERSPURY SEE ARTICLE
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS BLAKE VICTIM   KINGS SUTTON JAMES HOWE, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A WARMING PAN, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS BLAKE, OF KINGS SUTTON
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS THOMAS BLAKE VICTIM   KINGS SUTTON JAMES HOWE, 21, WAS CONVICTED OF HAVING STOLEN A WARMING PAN, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS BLAKE, OF KINGSUTTON.  THE PRISONER, WHO HAD BEEN CONVICTED OF FELONY, WAS SENTENCED TO BE TRANSPORTED FOR FOURTEEN YEARS
DIED SAMUEL BLENCOWE DIED   MARSTON ST. LAWRENCE ON FRIDAY 2D INST. IN THE 24TH YEAR OF HIS AGE, SAMUEL BLENCOWE, ESQ. SECOND SON OF THE LATE JOHN JACKSON BLENCOWE, ESQ. OF MARSTON ST. LAWRENCE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOSEPH BLISS THEFT     JOSEPH BLISS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A BEE HIVE, WITH THE BEES, THE PROPERTY OF SAMUEL JONES
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JOSEPH BLISS THEFT     JOSEPH BLISS, 27, FOR STEALING A BEE HIVE, THE PROPERTY OF S. JONES, WAS SENTENCED TO 14 DAYS' IMPRISONMENT
ASSIZES WILLIAM BLISS THEFT   WELTON WILLIAM BLISS, 33, CHARGED WITH STEALING A GELDING, AT WELTON, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS HIGGS
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES WILLIAM BLISS THEFT   WELTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JAMES BODGER MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
INQUEST JOHN BODGER DIED [AGED 7]   STAMFORD BARON SEE ARTICLE
INQUEST MARY BODGER MENTIONED   STAMFORD BARON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION EDWARD BODSWORTH GAME LAWS     EDWARD BODSWORTH AND WILLIAM KNIGHTON, EACH FOR ONE MONTH, UNDER THE GAME LAWS
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS GEORGE BOMFORD THEFT   WELLINGBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOSEPH BOND SURETIES   NASEBY JOSEPH BOND, OF NASEBY, FOR REFUSING TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JOHN BONHAM FILLING A WELL   BYFIELD JOHN BONHAM, FOR FILLING A WELL AT BYFIELD.  TO ENTER INTO RECOGNIZANCES TO APPEAR FOR JUDGEMENT AT THE NEXT SESSIONS
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL SAMUEL BONHAM THEFT   CHALCOMBE JAMES CHATER AND SAMUEL BONHAM, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN THREE FOWLS, BELONGING TO HENRY SEWELL, OF CHALCOMBE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS SAMUEL BONHAM THEFT   CHALCOMBE JAMES CHATER, 20, AND SAMUEL BONHAM, 35, FOR HAVING STOLEN THREE FOWLS BELONGING TO HENRY SEWELL, OF CHALCOMBE, WERE SENTENCED TO THREE MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION WILLIAM BOON GAME   WELLINGBOROUGH OF WELLINGBOROUGH, FOR SIX WEEKS, UNDER THE GAME LAWS
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION STEPHEN BOSS GAME LAWS   EASTON CHARLES FULLER, ROBERT WALDEN, GEORGE PRIDMORE, EDMUND WELLS, STEPHEN BOSS, AND JAMES WALDEN, FOR THREE MONTHS EACH, FOR ENTERING AN INCLOSURE AT EASTON, AND HAVING SNARES FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESTROYING GAME
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JOHN BOSWORTH VICTIM   LITTLE CREATON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOSEPH BOSWORTH THEFT   DAVENTRY JOSEPH BOSWORTH AND RICHARD CROFTS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN AT DAVENTRY, TWO DUCKS, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ADAMS, AND TWO FOWLS, THE PROPERTY OF SAMUEL HOLLOWELL
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOSEPH BOSWORTH THEFT   DAVENTRY JOSEPH BOSWORTH, 16, AND RICHARD CROFTS, 17, PLEADED GUILTY TO TWO INDICTMENTS FOR STEALING POULTRY AT DAVENTRY, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ADAMS AND SAMUELL HOLLOWELL.  TRANSPORTATION FOR SEVEN YEARS
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOSEPH BOWLER THEFT   BOUGHTON JOSEPH BOWLER, CHARGED WITH HAVING, AT BOUGHTON, STOLEN FROM THE PERSON OF GEORGE HURST, A CIGAR CASE AND A NUMBER OF CIGARS
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JOSEPH BOWLER THEFT   BOUGHTON JOSEPH BOWLER, 21, CONVICTED OF STEALING A CIGAR CASE, AND EIGHT CIGARS, FROM GEORGE HURST, AT BOUGHTON, WAS ORDERED TO BE IMPRISONED FOR SIX MONTHS
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION G. BRADSHAW REFUSING TO WORK   GREAT DODDINGTON G. BRADSHAW, OF GREAT DODDINGTON, FOR THREE MONTHS, FOR REFUSING TO WORK FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF HIS WIFE AND FAMILY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JESSE BRAIN THEFT   TIFFIELD JESSE BRAIN, AGED 30, WAS INDICTED FOR STEALING A QUANTITY OF HAY, FROM A STABLE IN THE PARISH OF TIFFIELD, THE PROPERTY OF CHARLES FLESHER.  THE PRISONER PLEADED GUILTY.  ONE WEEK'S IMPRISONMENT.
DIED ELLEN BRAKE DIED   CARLTON ON MONDAY THE 18TH INSTANT, AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS, AGED 40, ELLEN, THE WIFE OF MR. BRAKE, OF CARLTON, IN THIS COUNTY
ASSIZES JOHN BRANSTON THEFT   LOWER HEYFORD JOSEPH NIGHTINGALE, 21, & JOHN BRANSTON, 19, CHARGED WITH BREAKING INTO THE HOUSE OF THOMAS RUSSELL, OF LOWER HEYFORD, AND STEALING THEREFROM THREE SHEETS, A HANDKERCHIEF & C.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN BRANSTON THEFT   LOWER HEYFORD SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN BRAYBROOK GAME LAWS     FOR TWO MONTHS,  UNDER THE GAME LAWS
DIED BEATRICE BRETON DIED   HARDINGSTONE SEE ARTICLE
DIED ROBERT LLOYD BRETON MENTIONED   HARDINGSTONE SEE ARTICLE
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS BRETT VICTIM   BRIGSTOCK BENJAMIN SMITH, CHARGED WITH BEING AN ACCESSARY TO THE THEFT OF SIX FOWLS, BELONGING TO THOMAS BRETT, OF BRIGSTOCK
ASSIZES VALENTINE BRICE FIRE   HACKLETON VALENTINE BRICE, 27, CHARGED WITH WILFULLY SETTING FIRE TO A HAY-STACK BELONGING TO THOMAS OLD, OF HACKLETON
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES VALENTINE BRICE FIRE   HACKLETON VALENTINE BRICE, 27, CHARGED WITH WILFULLY SETTING FIRE TO A HAY STACK TO THOMAS OLD, OF HACKLETON.  DELIVERED BY PROCLAMATION
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL VALENTINE BRICE FIRE   HACKLETON VALENTINE BRICE AND CHARLOTTE JOHNSON, THE FORMER CHARGED WITH HAVING SET FIRE TO  A STACK OF STRAW, BELONGING TO THOMAS OLD, OF HACKLETON AND THE LATTER WITH HAVING HARBOURED AND MAINTAINED THE SAID VALENTINE BRICE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN BRICKWOOD MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
TOWN SESSIONS HENRY BRIGGS ABSCONDED   BRIXWORTH SEE ARTICLE
TOWN SESSIONS WILLIAM BRIGGS MENTIONED   KINGSTHORPE  SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES W. BRIGHT VICTIM   WINWICK EDMUND EAYRES, 17, WAS INDICTED FOR HAVING STOLEN FROM THE PREMISES OF W.BRIGHT, AT WINWICK, THREE SOVEREIGNS, A HALF SOVEREIGN, AND A SILVER WATCH.  GUILTY - SEVEN YEARS TRANSPORTATION
ASSIZES WILLIAM BRIGHT VICTIM   WINWICK EDMUND EAYRES, 17, CHARGED WITH STEALING FROM THE HOUSE OF WILLIAM BRIGHT, OF WINWICK, THREE SOVEREIGNS, ONE HALF SOVEREIGN, AND A SILVER WATCH, THE PROPERTY OF ISSAC BRIGHT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS BROMLEY DAMAGE   HARDINGSTONE THOMAS BROMLEY AND ROBER BUTLIN, FOR THREE MONTHS EACH, THEY HAVING BEEN CONVICTED OF MALICIOUSLY DAMAGING A WALL AT HARDINGSTONE, THE PROPERY OF E. BOUVERIE, ESQ.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN BROOKES VICTIM   SYRESHAM F. LITCHFIELD, JOB WILLIAMS, JOHN WILLIAMS AND FREDERIC WHITLOCK, CHARGED WITH HAVING BROKEN OPEN THE HOUSE OF JOHN BROOKES, AT SYRESHAM, AND VIOLENTLY ASSAULTED AND BEATEN THE SAID JOHN BROOKS, HIS WIFE, AND DAUGHTER
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN BROOKES VICTIM   SYRESHAM SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN WHITLOW BROOKS THEFT   CANONS ASHBY THOMAS HEMMINGS, THOMAS WRIGHT, AND JOHN WHITLOW BROOKS, ON SUSPICION OF HAVING STOLEN A PIECE OF BACON, BELONGING TO ELISHA LINNELL, OF CANONS ASHBY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS ELIZ. BROUGHTON VICTIM   EAST FARNDON THOMAS MOORE, AGED 21, WAS CHARGED WITH HAVING BROKEN OPEN THE HOUSE OF ELIZ. BROUGHTON, AT EAST FARNDON, AND STOLEN THEREFROM TWELVE SOVEREIGNS AND 38S. IN SILVER.  TO REMAIN TILL NEXT ASSIZES
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL ELIZABETH BROUGHTON VICTIM   EAST FARNDON THOMAS MOORE, CHARGED WITH HAVING BROKEN OPEN THE HOUSE OF ELIZABETH BROUGHTON, OF EAST FARNDON, AND STOLEN THEREFROM THE SUM OF 13. 18S.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL ELIZABETH BROUGHTON BASTARDY     FOR TWELVE MONTHS, IN A MATTER OF BASTARDY
CALENDAR OF PRISONERS ELIZABETH BROUGHTON VICTIM   EAST FARNDON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES ELIZABETH BROUGHTON VICTIM   EAST FARNDON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN BROWN MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO OUR COUNTY GAOL SAMUEL BROWN SURETIES   BROUGHTON OF BROUGHTON, FOR REFUSING TO FIND SURETIES IN A CASE OF BASTARDY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES THOMAS P. BROWN MENTIONED   TANSOR LODGE SEE ARTICLE
DIED WILLIAM BROWN DIED   WOOTTON ON MONDAY LAST, AT WOOTTON, NEAR THIS TOWN, MR. WILLIAM BROWN, CARPENTER AND WHEELWRIGHT, AGED 46
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL MARIA BRYAN VICTIM     GEORGE WHITAKER, FOR HAVING STOLEN FROM THE PERSON OF MARIA BRYAN, A BUNDLE OF CLOTHES ; AND MARY MAYFIELD, ON A CHARGE OF VARGANCY AT WEEDON BECK
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN BULL THEFT   MAIDFORD JOHN BULL, ON SUSPICION OF STEALING AT MAIDFORD, A QUANTITY OF GRAIN, BELONGING TO GEORGE BURT
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WRIGHT BULL MENTIONED   BRIXWORTH SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO OUR COUNTY GAOL THOMAS BURNABY VICTIM   BURTON LATIMER JOSEPH NORTHERN, CHARGED WITH STEALING SOME GRAIN, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS BURNABY, OF BURTON LATIMER
ASSIZES EDMUND BURNHILL KILLING A SHEEP   PAULERSPURY EDMUND BURNHILL, 29, CHARGED WITH KILLING A SHEEP AT PAULERSPURY, THE PROPERTY OF JOHN KENDALL
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES EDMUND BURNILL KILLING A SHEEP   PAULERSPURY SEE ARTICLE
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL GEORGE BURT VICTIM   MAIDFORD JOHN BULL, ON SUSPICION OF STEALING AT MAIDFORD, A QUANTITY OF GRAIN, BELONGING TO GEORGE BURT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS BUTLER DISORDERLY     FOR ONE MONTH, AS A DISORDERLY SERVANT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION FRANCIS BUTLIN THEFT   BOUGHTON FOR TWO MONTHS, CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT AT BOUGHTON
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION ROBERT BUTLIN DAMAGE   HARDINGSTONE THOMAS BROMLEY AND ROBER BUTLIN, FOR THREE MONTHS EACH, THEY HAVING BEEN CONVICTED OF MALICIOUSLY DAMAGING A WALL AT HARDINGSTONE, THE PROPERY OF E. BOUVERIE, ESQ.
ASSIZES WILLIAM BUTTS RIOT   WELLINGBOROUGH WILLIAM BUTTS, 28, CHARGED WITH COMMITTING A RIOT AT WELLINGBOROUGH
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES WILLIAM BUTTS RIOT   WELLINGBOROUGH WILLIAM BUTTS, 28, CHARGED WITH COMMITTING A RIOT AT WELLINGBOROUGH.  SIX MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS ROBERT CANNING VICTIM   HELLIDON THOMAS STEVENS, AGED 32, WAS CONVICTED OF STEALING A SCUTTLE, VALUE 9D., THE PROPERTY OF ROBERT CANNING, OF HELLIDON, AND WAS SENTENCED TO ONE MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION WILLIAM CANNON NEGLECT   LAMPORT THOMAS DURDIN FOR ONE MONTH, FOR NEGLECTING TO MAINTAIN HIS FAMILY, AND LEAVING THEM CHARGEABLE TO THE PARISH OF WELLINGBOROUGH.  WILLIAM CANNON, OF LAMPORT, FOR THE SAME REASON ON A SIMILAR CHARGE.
DIED MR. CANT DIED   BULWICK ON TUESDAY, AGED 67, MR. CANT. FARMER OF BULWICK, IN THIS COUNTY
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION WILLIAM CAPELL DESERTED FAMILY   KILSBY WILLIAM CAPELL, OF KILSBY, FOR TWO MONTHS, HE HAVING DESERTED HIS FAMILY
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS CARE LEFT FAMILY   BRAFIELD FOR ONE MONTH, HE HAVING QUITTED HIS FAMILY, AND LEFT THEM CHARGEABLE TO THE PARISH OF BRAFIELD
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS THOMAS CARE THEFT   BRAFIELD  THOMAS CARE, 25, WAS INDICTED FOR HAVING STOLEN FROM THE HOUSE OF EDWARD SMITH, OF BRAFIELD, A SILVER WATCH, A CHAIN, AND KEY, VALUE 20S.  NO BILL.
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL JAMES CARRINGTON VICTIM     JAMES HAWTHORN AND DAVID MUNN, CHARGED WITH HAVING SOLD AND CONVERTED TO THEIR OWN USE, A SAW, THE POPERTY OF JAMES CARRINGTON
ASSIZES THOMAS CARTER MISDEMEANOUR     SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES THOMAS CARTER MISDEMEANOR     SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOSEPH CASTELL FILIATION   SLAPTON OF SLAPTON, FOR THE NON-PERFORMANCE OF AN ORDER OF FILIATION
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS SAMUEL CATTLE VICTIM   BROUGHTON RICHARD WATTY, AGED 31, WAS CONVICTED OF STEALING A COAT, VALUE 6D. THE PROPERTY OF SAMUEL CATTLE, OF BROUGHTON.  FOURTEEN DAYS IMPRISONMENT.
INQUEST ELIZABETH CAUSBY DIED [AGED 73]   BUGBROOKE SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL FRANCIS CAUSBY SURETIES   KINGSTHORPE FRANCIS CAUSBY, HE HAVING REFUSED TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS CHARLES FITZHUGH, OVERSEER OF KINGSTHORPE
INQUEST WILLIAM CAUSBY MENTIONED   BUGBROOKE SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM CAVE MENTIONED   CLIPSTON SEE ARTICLE
DIED HENRY JAMES CHAPMAN DIED   NORTHAMPTON YESTERDAY, AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS, HENRY JAMES, YOUNGEST SON OF THE LATE MR. TIMOTHY CHAPMAN, COLLAR MAKER, OF THIS TOWN, AGED 7 YEARS
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS CHAPMAN MAINTAIN FAMILY   LITTLE WELDON OF LITTLE WELDON, HE HAVING NEGLECTED TO MAINTAIN HIS WIFE AND FAMILY
DIED TIMOTHY CHAPMAN MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON YESTERDAY, AFTER A LINGERING ILLNESS, HENRY JAMES, YOUNGEST SON OF THE LATE MR. TIMOTHY CHAPMAN, COLLAR MAKER, OF THIS TOWN, AGED 7 YEARS
DIED TRESSHAM CHAPMAN DIED   RUSHDEN ON THE 11TH INST. AT RUSHDEN, AFTER A SHORT ILLNESS, MR. TRESSHAM CHAPMAN, A WOOLSTAPLER, IN THE 81ST YEAR OF HIS AGE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JAMES CHATER THEFT   CHALCOMBE JAMES CHATER AND SAMUEL BONHAM, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN THREE FOWLS, BELONGING TO HENRY SEWELL, OF CHALCOMBE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS JAMES CHATER THEFT   CHALCOMBE JAMES CHATER, 20, AND SAMUEL BONHAM, 35, FOR HAVING STOLEN THREE FOWLS BELONGING TO HENRY SEWELL, OF CHALCOMBE, WERE SENTENCED TO THREE MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL HENRY CHEETHAM VICTIM   WELLINGBOROUGH THOMAS MARTIN, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN FROM THE PREMISES OF HENRY CHEETHAM, DRAPER, OF WELLINGBOROUGH, THREE PIECES OF LEAD, VALUE TEN PENCE
ASSIZES HENRY CHEETHAM VICTIM   WELLINGBOROUGH THOMAS MARTIN, 48, CHARGED WITH STEALING FROM THE PREMISES OF HENRY CHEETHAM, OF WELLINGBOROUGH, THREE PIECES OF LEAD, VALUE 10D.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES HENRY CHEETHAM VICTIM   WELLINGBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS RICHARD CHIBNALL MENTIONED   PASSENHAM SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JAMES CHRISTOPHER DAMAGE   KINGS CLIFFE FOR THREE MONTHS, CONVICTED OF DAMAGING A FENCE, AT KINGS CLIFFE
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM CHURCH THEFT   BOZEAT WILLIAM CHURCH, ON SUSPICION OF HAVING STOLEN A FOWL, BELONGING TO JOHN ASHPOLE, OF BOZEAT
COMMITTED TO OUR COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM CLARIDGE OTHERWISE WALTER THEFT   BRACKLEY ST. PETER WILLIAM CLARIDGE OTHERWISE WALTER, CHARGED WITH FELONIOUSLY STEALING A GELDING, BELONGING TO JOSEPH JAMES, OF BRACKLEY ST. PETER
COMMITTED TO OUR COUNTY GAOL JOHN CLARK KEEPING THE PEACE   HIGHAM FERRERS JAMES ABRAHAMS, SAMUEL COX, AND JOHN CLARK, FOR REFUSING TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS SARAH PATENAL, OF HIGHAM FERRERS
DIED MARY CLARKE DIED   NORTHAMPTON ON MONDAY LAST, AGED 24, AFTER A SHORT AND SEVERE ILLNESS, MARY, THIRD DAUGHTER OF MR. WILLIAM CLARKE, INSPECTOR OF CORN RETURNS, IN THIS TOWN
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM CLARKE BASTARDY     FOR THREE MONTHS, IN A MATTER OF BASTARDY
DIED WILLIAM CLARKE MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON ON MONDAY LAST, AGED 24, AFTER A SHORT AND SEVERE ILLNESS, MARY, THIRD DAUGHTER OF MR. WILLIAM CLARKE, INSPECTOR OF CORN RETURNS, IN THIS TOWN
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOSEPH CLAY GAME LAWS   BRIXWORTH JOSEPH CLAY, JUNIOR, OF BRIXWORTH, FOR TWO MONTHS, UNDER THE GAME LAWS
HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN CLAYDON RUNNING AWAY   NEWBOTTLE OF NEWBOTTLE, FOR ONE MONTH, FOR HAVING RUN AWAY FROM HIS FAMILY
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS JOHN COLEMAN RIOT   FLOORE AN INDICTMENT FOR A RIOTOUS DISTURBANCE AT FLOORE AGAINST JOHN COLEMAN AND EIGHT OTHER PERSONS, WAS REMOVED FROM THIS COURT BY WRITE OF CERTIORAI
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES THOMAS COLEMAN MENTIONED   STANWICK SEE ARTICLE
ISLE OF ELY ASSIZES WILLIAM COLEMAN VICTIM   RINGSTEAD SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM COLLINS FILIATION     GEORGE MILLER AND WILLIAM COLLINS FOR HAVING REFUSED TO PERFORM ORDERS OF FILIATION
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM COLLINS THEFT     WILLIAM COLLINS, FOR A POUND BREACH.  FINED 1S. & DISCHARGED
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION MARY COOKE BASTARDY   POTTERSPURY HANNAH TAPP AND MARY COOKE, OF POTTERSPURY, EACH FOR SIX WEEKS, AS THE MOTHER OF BASTARD CHILDREN
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS COOKNELL GAME   EDGCOTT FOR THREE MONTHS, CONVICTED OF AN OFFENCE AGAINST THE GAME LAWS IN THE PARISH OF EDGCOTT
FIRE GEORGE COOPER FIRE MARKET HILL DAVENTRY SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL GEORGE COOPER VICTIM   DAVENTRY THOMAS EVANS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A SILVER WATCH, FROM THE DWELLING HOUSE OF GEORGE COOPER, OF DAVENTRY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JAMES COOPER THEFT   BRACKLEY JAMES COOPER, AGED 46, WAS CHARGED WITH STEALING A COPPER FURNACE, VALUE 5 SHILLINGS, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS GOLBY, OF BRACLEY.  THE PRISONER PLEADED GUILTY, AND WAS SENTENCED TO TRANSPORATION FOR TWO YEARS.  THERE WAS A PREVIOUS CONVICTION PROVED AGAINST THE PRISONER AT OXFORD, FOR A SIMILAR OFFENCE.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES W. COOPER MENTIONED     THOMAS COY, 19, AND HENRY WALKER, 22, WERE CHARGED WITH HAVING ATTEMPTED TO SET FIRE TO A RICK YARD, & C. AT BYFIELD, THE PROPERTY OF W. COOPER.  ACQUITTED.
ASSIZES WILLIAM COOPER VICTIM   LOWER BODDINGTON THOMAS COX, 19, & HENRY WALKER, 22, CHARGED WITH FELONIOUSLY ATTEMPTING TO SET FIRE TO A WAGGON HOVEL AND RICKYARD AT BYFIELD, THE PROPERTY OF WILLIAM COOPER, OF LOWER BODDINGTON
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS COSBY REFUSING TO WORK   STOWE OF STOWE, FOR FOURTEEN DAYS, HE HAVING REFUSED TO WORK FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF HIS FAMILY
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS COSTELA THEFT   NEWBOTTLE JOHN BEASBY, CHARLES GOODMAN, THOMAS COSTELA, AND WILLIAM TAYLOR, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN TWO SHIRTS AND A CAP, THE PROPERTY OF JAMES MARSHALL, OF NEWBOTTLE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS THOMAS COSTOLA THEFT   NEWBOTTLE JOHN BEASBY, 19, CHARLES GOODWIN, 25, THOMAS COSTOLA, 22, AND WILLIAM TAYLOR, 21, FOR HAVING STOLEN TWO SHIRTS AND A CAP, THE PROPERTY OF JAMES MARSHALL, OF NEWBOTTLE, WERE SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS' TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTED THOMAS COSTOLA TRANSPORTED     THE UNDER-MENTIONED CONVICTS HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO GOSPORT FROM OUR COUNTY GAOL, AND PUT ON BOARD THE YORK HULK :- JAMES HOWE, FOR FOURTEEN YEARS, AND THOMAS COSTOLA, CHARLES GOODWIN, WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN BEASLEY, AND CHARLES CROSS, FOR SEVEN YEARS
DIED ANN COX DIED [AGED 96]   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION CHARLES COX FILIATION     OF NORTHAMPTON, FOR THREE MONTHS FOR REFUSING TO PERFORM AN ORDER OF FILIATION
DIED EDWARD COX MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON EARLY ON TUESDAY MORNING, AGED 83, MRS. COX, RELICT OF THE LATE MR. EDWARD COX, AUCTIONEER, OF THIS TOWN
ASSIZES JOHN COX GAME   HARLESTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN COX MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN COX GAME     JOHN COX, 23, WAS FOUND GUILTY OF A TRESPASS IN PURSUIT OF GAME, AND WAS SENTENCED TO FOUR MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT
DIED MRS. COX DIED   NORTHAMPTON EARLY ON TUESDAY MORNING, AGED 83, MRS. COX, RELICT OF THE LATE MR. EDWARD COX, AUCTIONEER, OF THIS TOWN
COMMITTED TO OUR COUNTY GAOL SAMUEL COX KEEPING THE PEACE   HIGHAM FERRERS JAMES ABRAHAMS, SAMUEL COX, AND JOHN CLARK, FOR REFUSING TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS SARAH PATENAL, OF HIGHAM FERRERS
ASSIZES THOMAS COX FIRE   BYFIELD THOMAS COX, 19, & HENRY WALKER, 22, CHARGED WITH FELONIOUSLY ATTEMPTING TO SET FIRE TO A WAGGON HOVEL AND RICKYARD AT BYFIELD, THE PROPERTY OF WILLIAM COOPER, OF LOWER BODDINGTON
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES THOMAS COY FIRE     THOMAS COY, 19, AND HENRY WALKER, 22, WERE CHARGED WITH HAVING ATTEMPTED TO SET FIRE TO A RICK YARD, & C. AT BYFIELD, THE PROPERTY OF W. COOPER.  ACQUITTED.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JAMES CRANE THEFT   MOULTON JAMES CRANE AND THOMAS HILL, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN SIX STORE PIGS, THE PROPERTY OF JOHN PELL, OF MOULTON LEYS
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JAMES CRANE THEFT   MOULTON JAMES CRANE, 27, & THOMAS HILL, 27, WERE CONVICTED OF STEALING SIX STORE PIGS FROM THE FARM-YARD OF MR. JOHN PELL, OF MOULTON.  CRANE, SEVEN YEARS' TRANSPORTATION ; HILL, TWELVE MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT.
HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN CRAWLEY DAMAGE   HARDINGSTONE JOHN CRAWLEY, FOR SEVEN DAYS, CONVICTED OF DAMAGING A QUANTITY OF BRICKS, AT HARDINGSTON, THE PROPERTY OF W. STRONG
HOUSE OF CORRECTION JAMES CRICK BASTARDY   GEDDINGTON OF GEDDINGTON, FOR THREE MONTHS, IN A MATTER OF BASTARDY
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JAMES CRICK FILIATION   GEDDINGTON OF GEDDINGTON, FOR THREE MONTHS, FOR NOT COMPLYING WITH A ORDER OF FILIATION.  WILLIAM HARBRIDGE, OF HARDINGSTONE, FOR THREE MONTHS, IN A LIKE CASE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL RICHARD CROFTS THEFT   DAVENTRY JOSEPH BOSWORTH AND RICHARD CROFTS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN AT DAVENTRY, TWO DUCKS, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ADAMS, AND TWO FOWLS, THE PROPERTY OF SAMUEL HOLLOWELL
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES RICHARD CROFTS THEFT   DAVENTRY JOSEPH BOSWORTH, 16, AND RICHARD CROFTS, 17, PLEADED GUILTY TO TWO INDICTMENTS FOR STEALING POULTRY AT DAVENTRY, THE PROPERTY OF THOMAS ADAMS AND SAMUELL HOLLOWELL.  TRANSPORTATION FOR SEVEN YEARS
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL CHARLES CROSS THEFT   FARTHINGSTONE CHARLES CROSS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN TEN FOWLS, BELONGING TO JOHN MOUNTFORT, OF FARTHINGSTONE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS CHARLES CROSS THEFT   FARTHINGSTONE CHARLES CROSS, 22, FOR HAVING STOLEN TEN FOWLS, VALUE 10S. BELONGING TO JOHN MOUNTFORT, AT FARTHINGSTONE, WAS SENTENCED TO SEVEN YEARS' TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTED CHARLES CROSS TRANSPORTED     THE UNDER-MENTIONED CONVICTS HAVE BEEN REMOVED TO GOSPORT FROM OUR COUNTY GAOL, AND PUT ON BOARD THE YORK HULK :- JAMES HOWE, FOR FOURTEEN YEARS, AND THOMAS COSTOLA, CHARLES GOODWIN, WILLIAM TAYLOR, JOHN BEASLEY, AND CHARLES CROSS, FOR SEVEN YEARS
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN CROSS NEGLECT   BRAUNSTON JOHN CROSS, FOR ONE MONTH, FOR NEGLECTING THE SERVICE OF HIS MASTER, THOMAS JOHNSON, OF BRAUNSTON
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES SAMUEL CURTIS MENTIONED   ISLIP SEE ARTICLE
DIED JOHN DAINTY MENTIONED   LODDINGTON LATELY, AT LODDINGTON, IN THIS COUNTY, MISS MARY ANN DAINTY, IN HER 16TH YEAR, ONLY DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MR. JOHN DAINTY, MUCH BELOVED AND LAMENTED
DIED MARY ANN DAINTY DIED   LODDINGTON LATELY, AT LODDINGTON, IN THIS COUNTY, MISS MARY ANN DAINTY, IN HER 16TH YEAR, ONLY DAUGHTER OF THE LATE MR. JOHN DAINTY, MUCH BELOVED AND LAMENTED
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS TIMOTHY DALY THEFT   ROWELL TIMOTHY DALY, AGED 21, PLEADED GUILTY TO A CHARGE OF STEALING A RAZOR CASE AND RAZOR, VALUE 1S. THE PROPERTY OF JNO. SLOW, OR ROWELL, AND WAS SENTENCED TO FOURTEEN DAYS' IMPRISONMENT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN DANCER DISORDERLY     FOR ONE MONTH, AS A DISORDERLY SERVANT
ASSIZES JOHN DAVIES THEFT   MURCOTT JOHN DAVIES, 22, CHARGED WITH BREAKING OPEN THE HOUSE OF RICHARD TEBBUTT, AT MURCOTT, IN THE PARISH OF LONG BUCKBY, AND STEALING THEREFROM 18 CHEESES, VALUE 3
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN DAVIES THEFT   MURCOTT JOHN DAVIES, 22, CHARGED WITH BREAKING OPEN THE HOUSE OF RICHARD TEBBUTT, AT MURCOTT, IN THE PARISH OF LONG BUCKBY, AND STEALING THEREFROM EIGHTEEN CHEESES, VALUE 3.  DEATH RECORDED
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES WILLIAM DAWES MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
DIED DANIEL DAWKES DIED   HOLDENBY ON SUNDAY LAST, AT HOLDENBY, IN THE 74TH YEAR OF HIS AGE,  DANIEL DAWKES, SHEPHERD FOR NEARLY FIFTY YEARS ; AN HONEST AND FAITHFUL SERVANT IN THE EMPLOY OF MR. WRIGHT, OF THAT PLACE
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL SARAH DAWKINS THEFT     SARAH DAWKINS, CHARGED WITH STEALING FIFTEEN POUNDS IN SILVER COIN, AND WILLIAM DAWKINS, AS AN ACCESSORY
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM DAWKINS THEFT     SARAH DAWKINS, CHARGED WITH STEALING FIFTEEN POUNDS IN SILVER COIN, AND WILLIAM DAWKINS, AS AN ACCESSORY
DIED MR. DENNIS MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON ON TUESDAY THE 4TH INST. AFTER A LONG ILLNESS AGED 15, RICHARD, THE YOUNGEST SON OF MR. DENNIS, AUCTIONEER, OF THIS TOWN.  HE WAS AN INTELLIGENT AND AMIABLE YOUTH
DIED RICHARD DENNIS DIED   NORTHAMPTON ON TUESDAY THE 4TH INST. AFTER A LONG ILLNESS AGED 15, RICHARD, THE YOUNGEST SON OF MR. DENNIS, AUCTIONEER, OF THIS TOWN.  HE WAS AN INTELLIGENT AND AMIABLE YOUTH
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION GEORGE DENTON THEFT   KETTERING GEORGE ENFIELD, FOR FOUR MONTHS, WILLIAM PERKINS, FOR THREE MONTHS, AND GEORGE DENTON, FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING STOLEN FRUIT FROM THE GARDEN OF EDWARD JENKINSON, OF KETTERING.  JOSEPH HALL, FOR THREE MONTHS, AND WILLIAM RICHARDS, FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING BEEN CONCERNED IN THE SAID ROBBERY
DIED ROBERT DEVONSHIRE DIED   BYFIELD SUDDENLY, ON THE 4TH INSTANT, IN HIS 69TH YEAR, MR. ROBERT DEVONSHIRE, SENIOR, OF BYFIELD, WOOLSTAPLER.  A MAN OF STRICT INTEGRITY AND HIGHLY RESPECTED
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION ELIZABETH DEXTER DESERTING CHILDREN   ORTON OF ORTON, FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING DESERTED HER FAMILY OF FIVE CHILDREN
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOSEPH DICKS MENTIONED   THRAPSTON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOSEPH DICKS THEFT   RUSHTON WILLIAM STURGESS AND JOSEPH DICKS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A QUANTITY OF LEATHER, THE PROPERTY OF GEORGE LOAK, OF RUSHTON
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS JOSEPH DICKS THEFT   RUSHTON WILLIAM STURGESS, 17, AND JOSEPH DICKS, 17, CHARGED WITH STEALING A QUANTITY OF LEATHER, THE PROPERTY OF GEORGE LOAK, OF RUSHTON, WERE DISCHARGED - BILL IGNORED
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION RICHARD DODD ASSAULT     FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR AN ASSAULT
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS DODSON NEGLECT   STOKE ALBANY OF STOKE ALBANY, FOR FIVE WEEKS, FOR REFUSING TO MAINTAIN HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN
ASSIZES ANN DOLBY VICTIM   TANSOR SAMUEL DOLBY, 35, CHARGED WITH FELONIOUSLY KILLING AND SLAYING ANN DOLBY, AT TANSOR
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES ANN DOLBY VICTIM   TANSOR SAMUEL DOLBY, 35, CHARGED WITH FELONIOUSLY KILLING AND SLAYING ANN DOLBY, AT TANSOR.  SIX MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT.
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION EDMUND DOLBY ASSAULT   BENEFIELD JOHN SPRIGGS, DAVID IRESON, EDMUND DOLBY, AND SAMUEL SPRIGGS, EACH FOR TWO MONTHS, THEY HAVING BEEN CONVICTED OF ASSAULTING SEVERAL PERSONS AT BENEFIELD
ASSIZES SAMUEL DOLBY MURDER   TANSOR SAMUEL DOLBY, 35, CHARGED WITH FELONIOUSLY KILLING AND SLAYING ANN DOLBY, AT TANSOR
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES SAMUEL DOLBY KILLING    TANSOR SAMUEL DOLBY, 35, CHARGED WITH FELONIOUSLY KILLING AND SLAYING ANN DOLBY, AT TANSOR.  SIX MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM DOWNING THEFT   MURCOT WILLIAM DOWNING, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN THREE GEESE, BELONGING TO MARY EYRE, OF MURCOT
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM DOWNING THEFT   MURCOT SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES ANN DRUCE MENTIONED   POTTERSPURY SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM DRUCE VICTIM   POTTERSPURY SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES WILLIAM DRUCE MENTIONED REIN DEER POTTERSPURY SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS WILLIAM DUCAT THEFT     WILLIAM DUCAT, 33, FOR STEALING A FUSTIAN FROCK.  NO BILL.
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION SAMUEL DUMBLETON DESTROYED PLANTS   MIDDLETON CHENEY SAMUEL DUMBLETON, JUN. AND ELIJAH WATTS, EACH FOR THREE MONTHS, FOR HAVING MALICIOUSLY DESTROYED SOME PLANTS IN THE GARDEN OF FRANCES LLOYD, OF MIDDLETON CHENEY
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION EDWARD DUNKLEY MENTIONED   WOLD PALMER PRATT, FOR ONE MONTH, FOR MISCONDUCT IN THE SERVICE OF HIS MASTER, EDWARD DUNKLEY, OF WOLD
DIED ELIZABETH DUNKLEY DIED   KINGSTHORPE LODGE ON SATURDAY LAST, IN THE 25TH YEAR OF HER AGE, DEEPLY LAMENTED BY HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS, ELIZABETH, WIFE MR. W. DUNKLEY, OF KINGSTHORPE LODGE, NEAR THIS TOWN
DIED MR. W. DUNKLEY MENTIONED   KINGSTHORPE LODGE ON SATURDAY LAST, IN THE 25TH YEAR OF HER AGE, DEEPLY LAMENTED BY HER FAMILY AND FRIENDS, ELIZABETH, WIFE MR. W. DUNKLEY, OF KINGSTHORPE LODGE, NEAR THIS TOWN
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS DURDIN NEGLECT   WELLINGBOROUGH THOMAS DURDIN FOR ONE MONTH, FOR NEGLECTING TO MAINTAIN HIS FAMILY, AND LEAVING THEM CHARGEABLE TO THE PARISH OF WELLINGBOROUGH.  WILLIAM CANNON, OF LAMPORT, FOR THE SAME REASON ON A SIMILAR CHARGE.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS SAMUEL DURRANT THEFT   PASSENHAM SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN EADY SURETIES   SLIPTON OF SLIPTON, FOR WANT OF SURETIES IN A CASE OF ASSAULT
DIED MR.   EARL VICTIM   DALLINGTON SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO OUR COUNTY GAOL WILLIAM EATON THEFT   TANSOR WILLIAM EATON, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A QUANTITY OF HAY, AT TANSOR, BELONGING TO WILLIAM BERKELEY
ASSIZES EDMUND EAYRES THEFT   WINWICK EDMUND EAYRES, 17, CHARGED WITH STEALING FROM THE HOUSE OF WILLIAM BRIGHT, OF WINWICK, THREE SOVEREIGNS, ONE HALF SOVEREIGN, AND A SILVER WATCH, THE PROPERTY OF ISSAC BRIGHT
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES EDMUND EAYRES THEFT   WINWICK EDMUND EAYRES, 17, WAS INDICTED FOR HAVING STOLEN FROM THE PREMISES OF W.BRIGHT, AT WINWICK, THREE SOVEREIGNS, A HALF SOVEREIGN, AND A SILVER WATCH.  GUILTY - SEVEN YEARS TRANSPORTATION
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOHN EDWARDS SURETIES   HELLIDON EDWARD MASTERS OF LOWER HEYFORD, FOR HAVING REFUSED TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS HIS WIFE.  JOHN EDWARDS, OF HELLIDON, ON A SIMILAR CHARGE
DIED MARION ELIZABETH EDWARDS DIED   LONG BUCKBY ON MONDAY LAST, AT LONG BUCKBY, AGED SIX YEARS, MARION ELIZABETH, ELDEST CHILD OF MR. SOMMERSBY EDWARDS, AFTER TEN DAYS' ILLNESS, WHICH TERMINATED IN HYDROCEPHALUTS INTERNUS
DIED MR. SOMMERSBY EDWARDS MENTIONED   LONG BUCKBY ON MONDAY LAST, AT LONG BUCKBY, AGED SIX YEARS, MARION ELIZABETH, ELDEST CHILD OF MR. SOMMERSBY EDWARDS, AFTER TEN DAYS' ILLNESS, WHICH TERMINATED IN HYDROCEPHALUTS INTERNUS
TOWN SESSIONS JOHN EKINS     BRIXWORTH SEE ARTICLE
ROBBERY MR. EKINS VICTIM   WELLINGBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES JOHN ELDERTON MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION EDWARD ELKINGTON VICTIM   WARKWORTH HENRY NUTT, FOR THREE MONTHS, FOR HAVING STOLEN A QUANTITY OF FRUIT FROM THE GARDEN OF EDWARD ELKINGTON, OF WARKWORTH
TOWN SESSIONS CHARLES ELSDEN       JOHN O'HARE WAS CONVICTED OF STEALING A SILVER WATCH, THE PROPERTY OF CHARLES ELSDEN, AND SENTENCED TO TWO MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT, AND TO BE KEPT TO HARD LABOUR
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION GEORGE ENFIELD THEFT   KETTERING GEORGE ENFIELD, FOR FOUR MONTHS, WILLIAM PERKINS, FOR THREE MONTHS, AND GEORGE DENTON, FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING STOLEN FRUIT FROM THE GARDEN OF EDWARD JENKINSON, OF KETTERING.  JOSEPH HALL, FOR THREE MONTHS, AND WILLIAM RICHARDS, FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING BEEN CONCERNED IN THE SAID ROBBERY
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS ANN EVANS MENTIONED   ROADE HENRY EVANS, 27, FOR HAVING REFUSED TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS REUBEN WINTERS, OF ROAD, AND ANN, HIS WIFE, WAS ORDERED TO FIND SUCH SURETIES FOR HIS GOOD BEHAVIOUR FORO NE YEAR, PRIOR TO HIS DISCHARGE
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL HENRY EVANS SURETIES   ROADE OF ROADE, FOR REFUSING TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS HENRY EVANS KEEPING THE PEACE   ROADE HENRY EVANS, 27, FOR HAVING REFUSED TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS REUBEN WINTERS, OF ROAD, AND ANN, HIS WIFE, WAS ORDERED TO FIND SUCH SURETIES FOR HIS GOOD BEHAVIOUR FORO NE YEAR, PRIOR TO HIS DISCHARGE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION HENRY EVANS DAMAGE   ROADE HENRY EVANS, FOR TWO MONTHS, FOR HAVING INJURED THE PREMISES OF REUBEN WINTERS, OF ROADE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS EVANS THEFT   DAVENTRY THOMAS EVANS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A SILVER WATCH, FROM THE DWELLING HOUSE OF GEORGE COOPER, OF DAVENTRY
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN EYRE ASSAULT   LONG BUCKBY JOHN MARRIOTT, AND JOHN EYRE, EACH FOR TWO MONTHS, CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT ON THE CONSTABLE OF LONG BUCKBY
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL MARY EYRE VICTIM   MURCOT WILLIAM DOWNING, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN THREE GEESE, BELONGING TO MARY EYRE, OF MURCOT
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS MARY EYRE VICTIM   MURCOT SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION ELIZABETH FALKNER BASTARDY   HOLCOT OF HOLCOT, THE MOTHER OF TWO BASTARD CHILDREN FOR THREE MONTHS
DIED JOSEPH FARREN MENTIONED   NORTHAMPTON ON THE 8TH INSTANT, AGED 56 YEARS, SUSANNAH, THE WIFE OF MR. JOSEPH FARREN, OF THIS TOWN
DIED SUSANNAH FARREN DIED   NORTHAMPTON ON THE 8TH INSTANT, AGED 56 YEARS, SUSANNAH, THE WIFE OF MR. JOSEPH FARREN, OF THIS TOWN
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES JAMES FELLOWES MENTIONED   ISLIP SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN FITZGIBBON VAGRANT     FOR ONE MONTH, AS A VAGRANT
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL CHARLES FITZHUGH MENTIONED   KINGSTHORPE FRANCIS CAUSBY, HE HAVING REFUSED TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS CHARLES FITZHUGH, OVERSEER OF KINGSTHORPE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS CHARLES FLESHER VICTIM   TIFFIELD JESSE BRAIN, AGED 30, WAS INDICTED FOR STEALING A QUANTITY OF HAY, FROM A STABLE IN THE PARISH OF TIFFIELD, THE PROPERTY OF CHARLES FLESHER.  THE PRISONER PLEADED GUILTY.  ONE WEEK'S IMPRISONMENT.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL CHARLES FLETCHER VICTIM   HARDINGSTONE RICHARD AUSTIN, CHARGED WITH HAVING WOUNDED CHARLES FLETCHER, WITH A GUN, AT HARDINGSTONE
THEFT WILLIAM FOSTER VICTIM   CLIPSTON SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION THOMAS FOX DISORDERLY   WOOTTON A DISORDERLY INMATE OF THE WOOTTON POOR HOUSE, FOR FOURTEEN DAYS
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOB FOXLEY ASSAULT   WICKEN JOB FOXLEY, SARAH FOXLEY, AND ELIZABETH SLAYMAKER, EACH FOR TWO MONTHS, THEY HAVING BEEN CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT ON SUSANNA FOXLEY OF WICKEN
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION SARAH FOXLEY ASSAULT   WICKEN JOB FOXLEY, SARAH FOXLEY, AND ELIZABETH SLAYMAKER, EACH FOR TWO MONTHS, THEY HAVING BEEN CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT ON SUSANNA FOXLEY OF WICKEN
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION SUSANNA FOXLEY VICTIM   WICKEN JOB FOXLEY, SARAH FOXLEY, AND ELIZABETH SLAYMAKER, EACH FOR TWO MONTHS, THEY HAVING BEEN CONVICTED OF AN ASSAULT ON SUSANNA FOXLEY OF WICKEN
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION SAMUEL FRAIL BASTARDY     IN A MATTER OF BASTARDY
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL THOMAS FREEMAN THEFT   WEEDON TARPLEY, THOMAS F REEMAN, ALEXANDER JONES, AND TWO OTHER PERSONS, WHO REFUSE TO GIVE THEIR NAMES, CHARGED WITH HAVING BROKEN INTO THE HOUSE OF THOMAS AYRES, OF WEEDON, AND STOLEM THEREFROM TWO KNIVES, A CLOTH, &C. &C.
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL JOSEPH FREER VICTIM     STEPHEN ROUNDTHWAIT, CHARGED WITH HAVING SOLD FOUR BEASTS BELONGING TO HIS MASTER
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION CHALRES FULLER GAME LAWS   EASTON CHARLES FULLER, ROBERT WALDEN, GEORGE PRIDMORE, EDMUND WELLS, STEPHEN BOSS, AND JAMES WALDEN, FOR THREE MONTHS EACH, FOR ENTERING AN INCLOSURE AT EASTON, AND HAVING SNARES FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESTROYING GAME
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION JOHN GARDNER VICTIM   KINGSTHORPE  WILLIAM WINGROVE, OF KINGSTHORPE, FOR REFUSING TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE, AND FOR BREAKING THE WINDOWS OF JOHN GARDNER
COMMITTED TO THE COUNTY GAOL RICHARD GARDNER VICTIM     JOSEPH WILLIAMS, CHARGED WITH HAVING STOLEN A SHOVEL AND OTHER ARTICLES, BELONGING TO RICHARD GARDNER
DIED MR. GARNER DIED   TOWCESTER WEDNESDAY, AT TOWCESTER, AFTER AN ILLNESS OF SIX DAYS ONLY, MR. GARNER, TAILOR AND DRAPER OF THAT PLACE; LEAVING A DISCONSOLATE WIDOW AND THREE SMALL CHILDREN TO LAMENT THEIR LOSS
DIED JOHN GEE DIED   ELKINGTON LODGE ON THE 16TH ULT. IN THE 70TH YEAR OF HIS AGE, MR. JOHN GEE, ELKINGTON LODGE, IN THIS COUNTY, AFTER A LONG AND PAINFUL AFFLICTION, WHICH HE BORE WITH GREAT FORTITUDE AND RESIGNATION
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION WILLIAM GEE BASTARDY   ROTHERSTHORPE OF ROTHERSTHORPE, FOR THREE MONTHS, IN A MATTER OF BASTARDY
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS W. GIBBINS VICTIM   ADSTON JAMES WELCH, INDICTED FOR AN ASSAULT ON W. GIBBINS IN THE EXECUTION OF HIS OFFICE AS CONSTABLE OF ADSTON, WAS ALSO ACQUITTED
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE SUMMER ASSIZES SAMUEL GIBBS MENTIONED   DESBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
INQUEST SAMUEL GIBBS DIED [AGED 40]   SPRATTON SEE ARTICLE
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS CHARLES GILBY THEFT   WELDON CHARLES GILBY, AGED 19, WAS CONVICTED OF STEALING FROM THE KITCHEN OF JAMES BATTLE, OF WELDON, A PIECE OF BACON.  ONE MONTH'S IMPRISONMENT
MICHAELMAS QUARTER SESSIONS FRANCIS GILBY IDEMNIFY   GREAT WELDON AGAINST FRANCIS GILBY, 23, COMMITTED FOR HAVING REFUSED TO IDEMNIFY THE PARISH OF GREAT WELDON, NO PROSECUTOR APPEARED
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION GEORGE GILL BASTARDY   BRACKLEY FOR REFUSING TO FIND SURETIES TO IDEMNIFY THE PARISH OF BRACKLEY SAINT JAMES IN A MATTER OF BASTARDY
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE QUARTER SESSIONS GEORGE GILL FILIATION   BRACKLEY SEE ARTICLE
TO THE HOUSE OF CORRECTION GEORGE GILL BASTARDY   BRACKLEY OF BRACKLEY, IN A MATTER OF BASTARDY
FIRE AT IRTHLINGBOROUGH THOMAS [JUNIOR] GILLETT MENTIONED   IRTHLINGBOROUGH SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL ROBERT GINN GAME   WOODNEWTON THOMAS PEACH, ROBERT GINN AND WILLIAM BIGLEY, CHARGED WITH A TRESPASS IN PURSUIT OF GAME, AT WOODNEWTON
ASSIZES ROBERT GINN GAME     THOMAS PEACH, 23, ROBERT GINN, 19, & WILLIAM BIGLEY, 21, CHARGED WITH BEING FOUND IN SHORTWOOD COPPICE IN THE OCCUPATION OF THE EARL OF WESTMORLAND, ARMED WITH BLUDGEONS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF DESTROYING GAME
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE LENT ASSIZES ROBERT GINN GAME     SEE ARTICLE
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL ARTHUR GODDARD SURETIES   PYTCHLEY GEORGE SMITH AND ARTHUR GODDARD, FOR HAVING REFUSED TO FIND SURETIES TO KEEP THE PEACE TOWARDS PALEMON MORGAN GUE, OF PYTCHLEY
COMMITMENTS TO THE COUNTY GAOL STEPHEN GODDARD THEFT