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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="16800707001"/>THE NARRATIVE Of the most Material PROCEEDINGS AT THE SESSIONS For LONDON and MIDDLESEX, Begun July the Seventh, 1680.
<p>Giving an Account of the Proceedings against
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<p>As also of divers other persons Convicted of several Murders, Robberies on the High-way, Burglaries, and other Felonies; and all other remarkable Tryals there; together with the Names and Crimes of all that received Sentence of Death; the Number of those burnt in the Hand, &c.</p> </div1>
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<p>THe first Trial of note was of a
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<join result="offenceVictim" targOrder="Y" targets="t16800707-1-off2 t16800707-1-victim3"/> </persName> , at several times, of a very great Sum of Money </rs>: The Gentleman miss'd about Six hundred pounds, but the Prisoner had Confess'd Two hundred, which she purloyn'd by the help of a false Key to his Closet. Yet now she would seem to deny all, and lay it upon some other persons belonging to the Family; but the Crime was too apparent to be evaded, and so she was found
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<note>[Death. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<join result="offenceCrimeDate" targOrder="Y" targets="t16800707-2-off16 t16800707-2-cd9"/> last, these Fellows having, 'tis probable, observed this Ware-house to be well-furnisht with Stuffs, and no body to lie in it, (for Mr. Harris's house was elsewhere at a distance) they came about four of the Clock in the Morning and broke it open, and carried away Bundles of Stuffs which a Neighbour observing, thought at first by their Habit, that they might be some workmen belonging to Mr. Harris; but taking notice that neither he nor his Brother that dwelt with him appeared, when they saw the Prisoners come the second time, began to have a suspicion of them; though one of the Thieves perceiving himself seen, knocks a little at the Door before he entred, to colour the business; however the witness, like an honest Man and good Neigbour, went to Mr. Harris's house, and calling them up, enquired whether they had employed any persons to remove any Stuffs that Morning; and being answered in the Negative, and some of his Family immediately coming forth to look after the Thieves, upon enquiry after such persons so loaded, found they pass'd through Ducklane, and that they were seen to go into an Alehouse with their Bundles, near Clothfair-gate. Whereupon knocking there, the Victualler himself after some time came to the Door, but stoutly denied that any
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<p>This Moor was formerly Tryed for Treason for Coyning or Clipping, and Sides was burnt in the hand but last Sessions; they had lately taken a Lodging in Mr. Grains house, who alleadged that they went out and in that morning the Robbery was committed without his privity; which was the reason he denyed that any such men were come in these, he not knowing any thing of it, &c.</p>
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<note>[Sides: Death. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<interp inst="s16800707-1-person54" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> an old Offender for a Felony: Joseph nestner, and
<persName id="s16800707-1-person55"> William Wilson
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<interp inst="s16800707-1-person55" type="given" value="William"/>
<interp inst="s16800707-1-person55" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , for Robbing on the High-way as poor-gads: and
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<interp inst="s16800707-1-person56" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> for a Burghlary in the House of
<persName id="s16800707-1-person57"> Richard Bedding
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<interp inst="s16800707-1-person57" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> his Neighbour, and stealing fifty shillings in money, the womans Wedding Ring, and other goods. Besides these that are to dye, there were Eight burnt in the Hand, Two that are to be Transported, Ten to be Whipt.</p> </div1> </div0> </body> </text></TEI.2>

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