Charles Lodge, Theft > burglary, 27th February 1718.

Reference Number: t17180227-12
Offence: Theft > burglary
Verdict: Guilty
Punishment: Death

Charles Lodge was indicted a 2d time for a Burglary in breaking the House of Michael Grimshaw , and stealing thence 2 brass Pots value 24 s. one Copper Pot value 10 s, and other Goods the 31st of December 1716 . The Prosecutor deposed his House was broken and the Goods stollen. William Britain deposed that the Prisoner, George Executed last March for the same Fact, and himself committed the Fact by taking out a pane of Glass and opening the Casement putting a Knife between the Shutters to feel for the Bar, cutting them, and boring the Bar with a Nailpiercer lifted it up and stole the Goods, and sold them to one Jane Revel . The Prisoner denyed the Fact . The Jury found him Guilty of the Indictment.

[Death. See summary.]


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