|Description||1) William Starkey, 21, stolen tools from Thomas Bott at Hemingford Grey |
2) Charles Quin, 27, stealing money from Edward and Elizabeth Butley at Ramsey
3) Robert Carnell, 35, stealing various items from William White and William Carnell at Ramsey
4) George Griggs, 20, stealing wearing apparel from John Owen the elder and John Owen the younger at Hemingford Grey
5-7) John Gurney, 23, Joseph Dawson, 21, and John Wilmot, 19, stealing various items from John Huckle at Great Paxton and from John Parnwell and William Church at Godmanchester.
8) Joseph Upthorpe, 31, stealing a wheelbarrow from Richard Giddings, sacks from John Bowyer, a shovel from Reuben Hard and a spade from John Bates at Offord Darcy
9) Thomas Bradbury, 16, stealing a watch and chain from Robert Robinson at Brampton
10-11) George Smith, 23, and George Fitch, 25, assualting John Smith with intent to rob, stealing various items from Robert Ford and Thomas Cotterell at St Ives.
12-16) Andrew Lee, 21, John Cross, 21, James Gaylor, 18, John Anderson, 17, William Hopper, 35, housebreaking and stealing various items from John Briars and William Fordham at Hemingford Grey.
17-18) Charles Collis, 28, George Moss, 29, stealing one turkey the property of the Earl of Sandwich at Brampton.
19) William Ray Parsons, 27, stealing a scythe from John Shelton at Upwood
20) William Drage, 36, stealing a scythe from Solomon Cook at Upwood
21) William Edis, 28, stealing eggs from George Shrive at Elton
22) Rhoda Henson, 27, stealing a watch and money from George Wood at Fletton
23) Thomas Perry, 22, stealing a watch, purse and money from Thomas Cook at Stanground
24) Charles Adley, 12, stealing a watch, purse and money from William Woodward at Fletton
25) George Evans, 21, stealing a watch and chain from Robert Adams at St Ives
26) Walter Bell, 17, assualting Edward Linton, constable of Needingworth, and unlawfully rescuing a prisoner in custody
27) George Taylor, 35, uttering conterfeit coins at Kimbolton