London Gazette index entry detail

Publication details:

Publication date: 22 Jan 1717.

Issue: 5506.

Page: 2.



Person details:

Name: Sir Richard Mill Baronet.

Marital Status: Not given.


WHereas the house of Sir Richard Mill, Baronet, at Woolbeding, near Midhurst in Sussex, was robbed on Tuesday Night the 22d Instant, and the following Goads were taken from thence, viz. One silver two-hand Cup, weighing about nine Ounces and ten Penny-weight, with this Coat of Arms, viz. Quarterly three Bears rampant, muzzeled and chained, the Crest a Demi-Bear rampant, muzzeled and chained, one silver Spoon marked I. S. Five and twenty Shillings in Money, and one white yellow and green strip'd Allagar Gown and Petticoats. If any Person concerned in the said Robbery will discover the rest of the Persons concerned therein, so as they may be convicted, he shall receive a Reward of 5/. Or if they will return the said Goods to Mr. Mitchell, Shop-keeper, in Midhurst ; or to Mr. James Harison, of Lyons Inn, London, they shall receive a Reward of 5/. for the whole, or proportionable for any Part, and no Questions asked.



Transcribed by:

Michael Metcalfe.

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