James Bullock, Theft > grand larceny, Theft > burglary, Theft > theft from a specified place, 13th January 1716.

James Bullock , of the Parish of St. Mary White-Chappel , was indicted for stealing 1 Hen Turkey, value 4 s. 15 Capons, 30 s. and 5 Hens, 7 s. the Goods of Nathan Samuel , a Jewish Poulterer on the 29th of December last. It was plain that Samuel lost the Goods, and that they were found upon the Prisoner; who giving no Account how he came by them, the Jury found him Guilty .

He was a second Time indicted, of the Parish of St. Leonard in Shoreditch, for breaking open the House of Robert Tutt , in the Night time, and stealing thence 1 Pewter Dish, value 12 s. 1 Brass Porridge-pot, 6 s. and other Goods, from the same Robert Tutt . It appear'd the Prisoner hir'd a Room in the same Tenement where Mr. Tutt had his; who having some Suspicion of the Prisoner, after he was rob'd, caus'd the Door of it to be broke open, and search'd the Room, and there found some of his Goods, with a great Quantity of all sorts of Poultry, and other Things, that look'd very suspicious upon him. He made no Defence, and was found Guilty .

He was a third Time indicted, of the Parish of St. Dunstan's Stepney , for feloniously stealing 3 Iron Crows, value 18 s. and a Hand-saw, the Goods of William Bruce and Thomas Dun , out of the New Church-yard in Spittle Fields , on the 17th of December last. These Goods were also found in his Possession and the jury found him Guilty .

[Death. See summary.]

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