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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="16801208001"/>THE TRYALS At the SESSIONS In the Old-Bailey,
<p>Which began for the City of LONDON, County of Middlesex, and Goale Delivery of Newgate, on Wednesday the 8th of this instant December, and ended on Thursday the 10th of the same, giving a full and satisfactory Relation of the most remarkable Circumstances that happened in each Tryal, as that of
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<join result="offenceCrimeDate" targOrder="Y" targets="t16801208-1-off7 t16801208-1-cd3"/> last, she being then a
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<interp inst="t16801208-1-verdict8" type="verdictCategory" value="guilty"/> guilty </rs> of both the Indictments, that is, for seting fire to the House, and stealing the Tapsters Cloaths, Rings, and Gold, &c.</p>
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<interp inst="t16801208-2-off11" type="offenceSubcategory" value="infanticide"/> Murthering her Male Bastard Child </rs>; the Evidence against her was, that she being lately come to London, had got her a Service, her Mistress not perceiving that she was with Child, but lodged a little Girl with her, when she on the
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t16801208-3-off15 t16801208-3-crimeloc17"/>. The Evidence against him, and his own Confession before Justice Floyd, was this, first the Evidence swore, that about one or two of the clock in the morning, he heard Murther and Thieves, cryed out in the Marquesses Lodging, whereupon rising and running thither, he found the lower doors open, and going up stairs, found the Marquesses Steward weltring in his Blood, and a great Knife lying by him, so that finding no man there beside, he searched about, (there being then several come to his assistance) and to the Celler found the Prisoner, all besmeared with the Stewards Blood, who being carried before the Justice, did confess, that he and four more had a design to rob the Marquess, they having not long since robbed him of 400 Guini's. Upon his Tryal he pleaded that he was drunk, and that he got into the House by chance, not knowing any thing of the business, yet that served not his turn, for although he carried away nothing, as being timely prevented, he was found
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