163. (M.) Charles Sickamore , was indicted for that he, with Joseph Hall , and Jonathan Ward , not yet taken, on the first of December , about the hour of seven in the night, the dwelling house of William Grubb , did break and enter, one cloth coat, value 2 s. one flannel waistcoat, value 6 d. one pair of leather breeches, two linnen shifts, one stuff gown, two quilted petticoats, and one perriwig, the goods of the said William, did steal, &c . ||
Samuel Watts and Thomas Ind , deposed they took the prisoner up, and he was in company with Hall and Ward in the breaking the house, and stealing the goods, and wanted much to be admitted an evidence, but was refused.
Guilty , Death .