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Crimes of Convicts transported to Australia

  • Abuse
  • Accessory to murder
  • Arson
  • Assault
  • Assault and attempted robbery
  • Assault and theft
  • Assault with intent to rob with ano...
  • Assault with intent to rob with another and previous conviction
  • Attempted murder
  • Bad notes
  • Beastiality
  • Being in company of felons
  • Bigamy
  • Breaking and entering and stealing
  • Burglary
  • Charged with an offence against the crown (smuggling)
  • Child stealing
  • Coining
  • Cow stealing
  • Culpable homicide
  • Cutting and wounding a policeman
  • Deception
  • Demanding arms
  • Desertion 2nd dragoons
  • Desertion and striking an officer
  • Desertion from army
  • Desertion from the army'
  • Embezzlement
  • Escaping from transportation
  • Faculige (felony/false pretences)
  • Felony
  • Firing a haystack
  • Forgery
  • Fraud
  • Grand larceny
  • Hamesucken/assault
  • Handling stolen goods
  • Heifer stealing
  • High treason
  • Highway robbery
  • Horse theft
  • House breaking
  • House robbery
  • Housebreaking
  • Indecent behaviour
  • Insubordination
  • Irish rebel
  • Killing a deer?
  • Killing a horse
  • Larceny
  • Larceny from a person
  • Larceny on a navigable river (stealing 50 gallons or rum worth 30 pounds from the vessel hoy on the
  • Larceny, before convicted of felony
  • Machine breaking
  • Maker of base coin
  • Malicious wounding
  • Man robbery
  • Manslaughter
  • Murder
  • Mutiny
  • No details
  • Obstructing officers of the revenue
  • Obtaining money under false pretenses
  • Offence against the game laws
  • Passing forged notes
  • Perjury
  • Petty larceny
  • Pickpocket
  • Pig stealing
  • Poaching
  • Poaching & violence
  • Pocket picking
  • Political prisoner
  • Possessing a forged note
  • Possession of forged bank note
  • Rape
  • Receiving
  • Receiving stolen property
  • Returning from transportation
  • Rioting
  • Rioting/unlawful oaths
  • Riotous conduct & felony
  • Riotous conduct and felony
  • Robbery
  • Robbery with violence
  • Robbing a person
  • Sacrilege
  • Sedition
  • Set fire to a haystack
  • Sheep stealing & larceny
  • Sheep-stealing
  • Shoemaker
  • Shop lifting
  • Shopbreaking & theft
  • Shopbreaking & theft
  • Simple grand larceny
  • Simple larceny
  • Smuggling
  • Snapping a loaded pistol
  • Stealing
  • Stealing 'porter'
  • Stealing 2 pistols
  • Stealing 6 fowls
  • Stealing a cap
  • Stealing a case of tea
  • Stealing a case of tea.
  • Stealing a gown etc.
  • Stealing a gun
  • Stealing a hair brush
  • Stealing a handkerchief
  • Stealing a horse
  • Stealing a horse & saddle
  • Stealing a memo book and two candlesticks
  • Stealing a pig
  • Stealing a sheep
  • Stealing a silk cloak
  • Stealing a snuff box
  • Stealing a watch
  • Stealing barbers tools
  • Stealing beans
  • Stealing calico
  • Stealing cheese
  • Stealing chickens
  • Stealing clothes
  • Stealing copper
  • Stealing corn.
  • Stealing feathers
  • Stealing flannel
  • Stealing fowls
  • Stealing from the person
  • Stealing gingham at halifax
  • Stealing gunpowder
  • Stealing his own toolbox
  • Stealing in the street
  • Stealing lead
  • Stealing letters
  • Stealing linen
  • Stealing money
  • Stealing potatoes
  • Stealing rabbits
  • Stealing seven sheep
  • Stealing sheep skins
  • Stealing silk gown
  • Stealing sugar and wool
  • Stealing trousers
  • Steeling oranges
  • Stole 8 guns and 15 penknives
  • Stole a fine tissue of silk
  • Stole clothing
  • Street robbery
  • Stricking a superior officer in the army.
  • Theft
  • Theft of a shovel
  • Theft of bacon
  • Theft of boots
  • Theft of carpets from master
  • Theft of garments off her master
  • Theft of hankerchief
  • Theft of household goods
  • Theft of jewlery
  • Theft of linen
  • Theft of napkins from shop
  • Theft of silver watch, gold chain and 2 seals
  • Theft of woolen and linen drapery
  • Theft~grand larceny
  • Theft~housebreaking
  • Theft~simple larceny
  • Tyrone
  • Unknown
  • Ununnatural offence
  • Uttering forged notes
  • Vagrancy
  • Violence to a surperior officer
  • Violent theft
  • Warehouse breaking
  • Wounding with intent