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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173306280001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, FOR THE City of LONDON, AND County of MIDDLESEX; ON
<p>Thursday the 28th, Friday the 29th, and Saturday the 30th of June 1733, in the Sixth Year of His MAJESTY's Reign.</p>
<p>Being the Sixth SESSIONS in the Mayoralty of the Right Honourable
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<p>NUMBER VI.</p>
<p>Printed for J. WILFORD, behind the Chapter-House, near St. Paul's. M,DCC,XXXIII.</p>
<p>(Price Six Pence.)</p>
<p>Where may be had the former Numbers in the present Mayoralty,</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173306280002"/>The PROCEEDINGS, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I had bought a Rings of the Prosecutor some time before, and I afterwards found that he had charged me 5 s. more than they were worth, and so because I would not be cheated again, I took these two Rings to shew to a Friend before I paid for them.</p>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17330628-6-off19 t17330628-6-crimeloc22"/>, and said they wanted some Printed Linen; my Mistress took down 3 Peices. They looked over the third Piece particularly, but at last did not like it. My Mistress shew'd 'em several more Pieces, and at last took down all the Printed Linens on the Shelf. They said they wanted 14 Yards, but when they had pitch'd upon one Piece they would have but 6 Yards; they agreed upon the Price, and it came to 16 s. and Brian gave my Mistress 2 half Guineas, which, my Mistress, having some Suspicion of them, gave me to change. I observed Brian drawing something under her Peticoats with a Hitch and a Hitch thus - but did not then imagine she had stole any thing, for I thought her Peticoat was got loose and that she was tying it up, and I did not care to speak of it because there were some Men in the
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173306280003"/> Shop. As soon as the Prisoner were gone out, my Mistress look'd over her Goods and mist the third Piece, which was printed with a small Sprig. My Master and some others ran after them down Chiswel street, and I follow'd them into the Black Raven Alehouse. The Linen, it seems, was not found upon them, but they were carried before Justice Robe ; and while they were gone thither Mr. Brian, the Landlord of the Raven, came to me with the Piece of Linen, and said his Maid found it dropt behind a Door in an Entry, thro' which the Prisoners went to be searched; I knew the Piece, by the Shop-mark, to be the same that was lost.</p>
<p>Atkinson. It was not Mrs. Brian, but I, that bought and paid for the 6 yards of Linen.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-6-person60" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was in the Prosecutor's Shop when the Prisoners were there, and as soon as they were gone, Mr. Roper mist a piece of small sprig Linen, and said, Run Husband, Run Father. They ran and I with them, and we found the Prisoners at Mr. Brian's.</p>
<p>Prisoner Brian. Were there not a great many People in the House when we were searched?</p>
<p>Graves. Yes, 50 or more.</p>
<p>P. Brian. The Men searched us in the Kitchen, as far as Modesty would permit, and then the Women carried us thro' a Passage into a back Room and searched us to our Shifts, but found nothing.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-6-person61" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I only felt on the out-side of their Cloathes thus - and no body searched them any farther in the Kitchen. But the Linen might be folded up so as not easily to be felt by such a slight Search. Mr. Brian's Maid is gone out of the way, I suppose she is bought off, for I was offer'd 12 Guineas, and my Son 20 Guineas to make it up, by some of the Prisoners Friends.</p>
<p>Court. But was it by the Prisoners Orders?</p>
<p>Eaves. I can't say that.</p>
<p>Mr. Brian. The Prisoners came to my House and called for a Pint of Three-threads. Presently Mr. Eaves and his Son follow'd and charged them with stealing a Piece of Printed Linen; upon which they were searched in the Kitchen, by feeling about the out-side of their Cloaths; but nothing being found they were taken thro' a dark Passage into the back Room to be searched privately by the Women, and nothing was found on them there neither. However, they were carried before the Justice. Presently after they were gone my Maid,
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<interp inst="t17330628-6-person62" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , going to fetch a Table-Cloth out of a little Cupboard, in the Passage the Prisoners had past thro', and opening the Door she trod on something behind the Door, and taking it up she call'd to me and said, Here is the Printed Linen. I took it and carried it to Mrs. Roper's, and her Maid said that was the very Piece that had been lost, and afterwards it was carried to the Justice, and here it is.</p>
<p>Court. Were not several People in that Passage besides the Prisoners?</p>
<p>Mr. Brian. Nobody at that time, besides my own Family.</p>
<p>Prisoners. There were numbers of People.</p>
<p>Mr. Brian. Yes, about my Bar there was so many that I could hardly stand for them, but not in the Passage.</p>
<p>Court. Did you see your Maid take the Linen up?</p>
<p>Mr. Brian. No; but she came out and gave it me directly.</p>
<p>Court. But her saying she found it there is no Evidence, except she was here to swear it. Where is she?</p>
<p>Mr. Brian. She's gone out of the Way, under Pretence of going to see her Mother.</p>
<p>Court. Then here's nobody to prove that this Linen is the very Piece that she found.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-6-person63" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep an Ale-house in the Burrough, I have known the Prisoner Atkinson 5 Years, she goes a Nursing, I never heard she was concern'd in any Crime before, and was surpriz'd to hear this.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-6-person64" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known her about 5 Years too; she was my Nurse and behaved exceeding well. The other Prisoner, Brian, lodged 2 Years in my House and made Mantua's.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-6-person65" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , again. Brian told me she lived in the Country, but when she was before the Justice she said she lived at the Bear in Wild-street. The Jury
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<p>C. Alexander. I had gotten Oarders to gang wi' my Colonel tull Bristo', Sir, and so, Sir, I tuck my Things, and went tull his House at Hammersmith; but his Moather was seek, and he wanno' gang then, and so I came back to Toon again, and was to find my sell a Loading, for I had discharged my aul Landlady. And so I mat the Preesoner in King-street, Wastminster, and she seeing me Stranger-like in Boots and Spurs, and a leetle in Leequor, she and me to make her drink. I taud her I danno' want Drink, but I wanted a Loadging. Well, Sir, quo' she, gin ye wull gang wi' me tull Mrs. Humphries in
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<p>Prisoner. Well, and what then?</p>
<p>C.A. Why, Mrs. Buruess, because you beat me before the Justice, you thenk tull frighten me now, but it wonno' do, troath wull it not. - And so, my Lord, I desir'd Mrs. Humphries to caw me up by sax a Cloak in the Moarning; and than, being pretty weel in for't, I sell faist asleep. Accordingly next Moarning Mrs. Humphries came tull, my Beed-side and wak'd me. Loard, Sir, quo' she, I am afraid this Betch has roab'd ye, for she has brock open my Door and run awa'.</p>
<p>Court. And had you lost any Thing?</p>
<p>C. A. Troath had I, Sir. I laost my Siller Watch with 2 Seals, a Gowd Ring, and a Brace Mourning Ring, and a Guinea and a hauf. They were aw' tacket oot o' my Breeks.</p>
<p>Prisoner. And what of all that? What have you to say to me?</p>
<p>- Humphries. I keep a House of Lodgers.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Of Whores you mean. She keeps a Bawdy-House, my Lord, that's the Truth on't.</p>
<p>Humph. You have reason to say so, indeed. This Man came in with the Prisoner. I lighted them up to Bed. I saw him pull out his Watch, and put it into his Fob again. Then he bid me call him up at 6 in the Morning, and so I left them together.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Hark you, Landlady, don't you remember that you and your Husband were whipt for keeping a Bawdy-House?</p>
<p>Humph. What's that to you? - Next Morning I found my Door broke open I ran up in a Fright, and waked the Prosecutor. He said he had lost his Watch and 2 Rings, and a Guinea and half. I told him she had a Loadging in the Neighbourhood, and I'd find her if possible, but when I went thither she was gone from thence.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Hussy, you lie; you are a vile Toad, a vile old Baud; you lie, you lie, you lie.</p>
<p>Humph. Then the Prosecutor took me up the same Morning ( it was Wednesday ) and the Prisoner was taken at Night. I bid her help the Man to his Watch again, but she said it was too far gone; but if I would say that I had never seen the Watch, we should both be discharged.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-7-person70" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The Prisoner and I lodged in the same House. She came home about 2 a Clock that Wednesday Morning, and calling to her Husband, Jack! Jack! He let her in, and then she told him she had got a Trisle, and must go off again: At the same Time she shew'd me 2 Rings. Then she went out, and came home again about Noon very drunk. She had a Silver Watch in her Hand. She threw it down upon the Health, and then tumbled upon the Bed and fell asleep. I took the Watch up again and put it in her Hand.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You are hired to swear this.</p>
<p>Kelly. The Sunday Night before this, she came home and made her Brags that she had pick'd a Man's Pocket of 6 Shillings.</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173306280005"/>Prisoner. O, here's another Witness a getting up! let's hear what she can say.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-7-person71" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . De Presonare and her Husband 'ave de loshing in mine 'Ouse, and dis Man here, come to me and say, Dat he vas drunk, and pick up de Voman and de Voman pick his Poket of his Vash and oder Tings, and vare be dis Voman, he vant dis Voman. I say to him, I see her have de Vash, but she pawn it for 18d. ven she vas drunk.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Now you have spoke the right Thing, and I don't blame you.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-7-person72" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Constable. The Prisoner was brought to the Watch House between 10 and 11 on Wednesday Night. I searched her, and found this Brass Mourning Ring clenched in her Hand. I have lately had her 4 or 5 times in my Custody for the like Facts.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Well, if you have, that's no reason I must be guilty of this too. So many against one is a little hard. It's well known I am no bold Woman. He pick'd me up, and said he would lye with me, if I could carry him to an honest House, and I went with him to Mother Humphries's, tho' much against my Will, but he would take no Denial. He gave her a Shilling for a Loadging. She sent for a Pint of Anniseed, and the reckoning came to a Crown, which be paid, and then we went up to Bed. He gave me 3s. 6d. but I insisted upon more, and then he put the Ring upon my Finger. As for the Watch, he gave it me to look upon, and I might forget to give it him again.</p>
<p>Court. Have you any Witnesses?</p>
<p>Prisoner. Witnesses? no. What's the matter I may not speak for myself. Here's a Parcel of Whores and Bands that will swear any thing against me.</p>
<p>Court. If you have any thing to say in your Defence the Court will hear you, but you must not be suffer'd to give such abusive Language.</p>
<p>Prisoner. But I won't stir till I have told the whole Story of these Bands.</p>
<p>Court. Take her away.</p>
<p>Execustioner. Do you hear, Child? Come along with me. You must beat your March. The Jury
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<p>Alex Geron. The Watch was offered to me by 2 Women. I stopt it. They said they had it from the Prisoner, and she being taken and carried before Justice De Veil, confest that she deliver'd it to those 2 Women.
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173306280006"/>Prosecutor. I and my Friend having been drinking in Spring-Garden, we came together to Mr. Creamer's at the
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<p>- Fletcher, Chairman. I and my Partner were order'd to the Five Bells to fetch Esquire Northmore. The Prisoner pulled the Prosecutor upon him, and then getting up, he took his Hat and Wig and ran away. The Prosecutor said he had lost his Watch; upon which several of us pursued the Prisoner, I over-ran him, but my Partner took him.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-16-person107" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Chairman. The Prisoner and Prosecutor were both down. I saw the Prisoner grapple in the Kennel. The Prosecutor said his Watch was drawn from him. The Prisoner ran and hid himself under a Gate till the Pursuers past him, but I turning back found him there wiping his Hands.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did not you say I put my Hand 3 times in the Kennel, and pulled out a Gold Watch?</p>
<p>Howard. I said I saw your Hand in the Kennel.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Coming along I saw a great Mob, and some a-fighting. One of the Men that fought said he had lost 8 Guineas. Mr. Creamer lost 2 Handkerchiefs, and some lost their Hats. As for the Watch, I know nothing of it, only that
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<p>Mr. Crotchet, Fishmonger at Temple-Bar He lived about a Year with me (3 Years ago) and before that he lived 5 Years with Mr. Weston the King's Fishmonger at the Corner of Bell-Yard, and I was Journeyman there at the same Time. I had heard no Ill of him then. But I can say little to his Character of late.</p>
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<p>She was a 2d time indicted for
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<p>John Doe. The Prisoner had been my
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<p>Court. How do you know?</p>
<p>J. D. My Eye-sight is not very good; but she came to my Bed side early in the Morning, and I saw her Hand in my Coat Pocket, and then she slipt away; and besides, nobody but she could do it, because nobody else was there. She ran away next Day *, and I mist my Money 2 or 3 Hours afterwards; for, having a Suspicion upon her going away, I went to my Cupboard, which I found Lock'd, and in which I had left 50 Guineas; I found that 24 of them and 33 s. 6 d. had been taken away.</p>
<p>* Probably he meant the same Day: The Fact (as appears by her Confession) being done about One in the Morning.</p>
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<p>Her Confession was taken in writing, and being. prov'd by the Justice's Clerk, it was read in Court. She therein owns, That about one a Clock on Friday Night [Morning] she stole 24 Guineas out of the Dwelling house of her Master
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<p>Second Indictment.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. No, you had one Suit for making another.</p>
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<p>Court. Are you sure the Prisoner is the Man?</p>
<p>E.W. Yes. It was Moon-light, and besides, he is a Westminster Man, and I had seen him several times before -
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<p>E.W. I did not say you did.</p>
<p>Mr. Hilliard. As I stood at my own Door, in Angel-Court, I heard a cry of stop Thief, and going to the End of the Court, I saw two Chairmen who had stopt a Man. They said he had robb'd Mrs. Woodnot ; they had not hold of the Prisoner, but they [and others ] surrounded him. I ask'd them why they did not secure him? They said, they could not stay, because they were obliged to wait upon their Matter ( Mistress ) but they hop'd I would take care of him, and so he was deliver'd to me. I collar'd him, and brought him back up the Court, attended by several others. After he had struggled hard to get away, but without Success, the People pressing about him, Sir, says he, you have me now in your power, but I hope you won't let me be stifled, give me liberty to breathe a little. By all means, says I, and so the Crowd making way, he set his Back against the Wall, but I still held him by the Collar; he put his Hand down, but whether to his Pocket or Bosom I cannot be certain, and presently the People cry'd, Have a Care! there's a Pistol! I saw the Pistol presented at my Head, but my surprise was so great that I cannot take upon me to say, whether 'twas he or any other who held it. The Pistol was immediately fir'd but as it happen'd no Mischief was done. Upon this I carry'd him, and threw him down, and others assisting we tyed him, and carry'd him to the Watch-house.</p>
<p>Prisoner. See here! I am Lame in my Hand! how can a lame Man fire a Pistol?</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Where are those Pebble-Stones?</p>
<p>J. W.. I don't know, I believe they were thrown away, but here's the Pistol, the Cartridges, and the loose Powder.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Did you see me take the Cloak off?</p>
<p>M.W. No, not I.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I would ask the Gentlewoman if it was in the King's Highway or in the House, that I took her Cloak off?</p>
<p>Mrs. Woodnot. It was at my Door, before I had open'd it.</p>
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<p>J. W. ha!</p>
<p>Prisoner. Can you swear that I took the Cloak of o' your Back ?</p>
<p>J.W. My Back? That's another wise Question.</p>
<p>Prisoner. How far from me was the Cloak f ?</p>
<p>J.W. About a Yard.</p>
<p>R Blunt, Constable Upon searching we seen Powder in every ready made little Pebble stones, which I threw you Mr. Constable, I'll swear you pick'd my Pocket of Then he threw himself into and put his Body in such odd would pise one; I have known these 20 Years; he was transported about 14 Years ago, for cutting the back of a Coach, and stealing a Gentleman's Wig*.</p>
<p>* William Sadwell, was indicted for stealing a Perriwig, value 6 l. from
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<p>Prisoner. As for the Pistol and Powder, I can give a good Account how I came by them. I was Cook of a Ship, that was just come from New-England, in Company with another Ship, and our Captain invited the other Captain on board our Ship, and that Captain brought his Cook with him; and this Cook was more expert than I, in taking, and telling Stories and singing a Song, and besides, he could dance, and tumble, and play twenty Tricks to make Diversion; and your Captains, you know loe to have their Frolicks when they are at Sea. So that this Captain set great Store by this Cook, and this Cook took a great liking to me, and say he, Let's take some Cartridges of Powder, and make Wildfire to run about the Streets, for the Glory of God, that we are come safe to old England ; and so I came by this Powder, sweet Jesus Almighty knows it to be true. And as for the Pistol, this Cook was an, Flannovernia and a loyal Soul he was to his Majesty, and so he gave me this Pistol, and we drunk our Sovereign Lord King George's Health, and at every Glass we fir'd off a Pistol in honour of the Royal Family; and the Lord above knows, that this is the whole truth of the Matter, and that I had this Pistol on no other Account than to shew my Loyalty.</p>
<p>Court. What time was this?</p>
<p>Prisoner. The same Day that I was taken too.</p>
<p>Court. Where was the Ship ?</p>
<p>Prisoner. At Limehouse.</p>
<p>Court. And how came you to Angel-Court.</p>
<p>Prisoner. God knows that, for I was elevated, and can't give a particular Account ; only I remember we came from on board about 4 in the Afternoon, and this Cook row'd us a-shore with the wrong Ends of the Oars; and I believe he had some relations that liv'd about Angel-Court, and so I might bear him Company; and tho' I had a Pistol and Powder, I had no Ball.</p>
<p>Court. But it seems you had small Pebbles. How came you by them?</p>
<p>Prisoner. Pebbles ? Why I remember we were heaving Ballast the Day before, and the Cook and I threw many a Shovelful of Ballast at one another for Sport, and so I suppose some of it got into my Pocket. I have a great many Captains to speak to my Character, tho' it happens that none of them are here; but I am an innocent lame Man, and I further, it is wilful Murder. The Jury found him
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<p>+ The Poulterer, who 3 or 4 Years ago, walk'd 100 Miles in Moorfields in 27 Hours.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did you go into the George with me, or the other Woman ?</p>
<p>A. N. With neither,! went in alone.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Was it me or the other Woman that you pick'd up? That's your own Opposal. I don't know what to say to him. He's not worth my Argument; I was with my Husband.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I say he came in with the other Woman.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. Upon my Oath I went in with no Woman but alone.</p>
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<p>Court. But Laurenson swears he had this Cloth from you. How came you by it?</p>
<p>Elston. I had it from Mrs. Whitehead to
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<p>Prosecutor. We preferr'd a Bill in the Morning against Mrs. Whitehead, but it was not found.</p>
<p>Court. Elston, do you know Kempson? Look on him.</p>
<p>Elston. I have no Acquaintance with him. But I believe I have seen the Man once, or so.</p>
<p>Court. Where ?</p>
<p>Elston. In my Shop.</p>
<p>Court. What did he come for ?</p>
<p>Elston. To drink a Dram.</p>
<p>Court. I thought you were a Taylor. Do you sell Drams too ?</p>
<p>Elston. My Wife does.</p>
<p>Court. On your Oath, did not he bring the Cloth to your House ?</p>
<p>Elston No. Mrs. Whitehead brought it, and she was committed for receiving it, and I have been in Prison on this Affair.</p>
<p>Court. I am not sorry for it.</p>
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<p>Prosecutor. What was done with the 5 Yards of Cloth which we could not find ?</p>
<p>Court. You must not impeach the of your own Witnesses.</p>
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<p>Eliz. Cox came alone to my House with the and desir'd to leave it, but not let him. The Prisoner has an Character, and as lived a Year with Mr. Whitehead.</p>
<p>Kempson An honest Character? Its false. He hang'd jan. Drinkwater and Bernard Fink about 2 3 Years ago.*</p>
<p>* They were convicted Partridge's Evidence of robbing
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<p>Court. 'Tis very odd that a Man should give such an Account of himself to one that was a Stranger to him. - But you made no Discovery of this Secret.</p>
<p>Overy. No. But Kempson did, and I and Whitehead assisted to take the Prisoners.</p>
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<p>Prosecutor. This is the Hat I lost, and this is my Watch-Key; it being broke had put it in my Pocket, and gave it the Street-Robbers with my Money.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Did you see me strike the Deceased?</p>
<p>S. S. No.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Or strike Mr. Porter?</p>
<p>S. S. Yes. There was no Blow given till Mr. Porter came up, and then you struck him first, and so it began.</p>
<p>Prisoner. On which side of the Way did the Quarrel begin?</p>
<p>S. The same side as my Lord Sunderland's is.</p>
<p>Pris. Was it dark?</p>
<p>S. No, not quite dark; I could see well enough, it was about the middle of May, between 9 and 10 in the Evening.</p>
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<p>Court. Are you sure that Brown was not there when the Deceased said he was Stab'd?</p>
<p>S.D. Yes; for before he said so, I saw Brown a hundred Yards off - We pursued the Prisoner, and he was stopt by a Chairman and a Gentleman; and as we were carrying him to the Roundhouse I said, You Rogue, you have kill'd the Lad; and he answer'd, I should not care if I had served you the same. When he came into the Roundhouse I said, There's your Lodging; and his Answer was, I did it, and dropt the Knife - Lock me up.</p>
<p>J. Porter. The Deceased was at Sunderland-Gate, and we were as far before him as the Plumber's against St. James's Church when he cry'd, Hoy! A Boy told us two Men were going to beat him; we stept back, and I said Sure you two won't beat one? The Prisoner answer'd, Yes, and you too,
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<p>Court. Did you see the Knife in his Hand?</p>
<p>E. A Yes; for it was Moon-light.</p>
<p>Prisoner. What sort of a Knife?</p>
<p>E. A A Penknife with a pretty broad Handle [blade] broader than I have usually seen a Penknife.</p>
<p>Court. How far was the Prisoner from the Deceased when the Deceased cry'd out, He was Stab'd?</p>
<p>E. A. He might be about 20 or 30 Yards when I saw him; for when the Deceased call'd out, I was looking for Mr. Porter's Hat on the other side of the Way.</p>
<p>Court. Did the Deceased point to any Body when he said that Man?</p>
<p>E. A. Not that I saw; but I thought he meant the Prisoner, because the Prisoner begun to run, and Brown was then standing near the Centry-box by the dead Wall on t'other side of the Way.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-25-person197" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I heard the same: And another said, Why was you such a Villain to Sab him? and he answered, I would have got off if I could, but go which Way I would they were after me: I had no Malice to the Man, for I never saw him with my Eyes before; but if I have killed him I am sorry for it, and must suffer for it: There must be Blood for Blood.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-25-person199" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> came over the Way, and brought the Deceased into our Shop; a Puddle of Blood ran from his Side, and I advised her to take him to Mr. Stevens the Surgeon, and so she led him him out; my Master followed them, and brought home this broad Clasp-penknife ; but where it was found, or who gave it him, I cannot tell, nor would the Deceased own it; but it was a little bloody.</p>
<p>Mr.Powell. The Deceased was my Servant and Nephew, I went to see him abou an Hour before his Death, and ask'd himf he knew me; he said, Yes. You are my Uncle. I ask'd him if he thought he should die; he answered Yes. Then I ask'd him who was the Aggressor; and he said, I never saw the Man in my Life before that Night he Stab'd me, and then I was not engaged with him but with the other: I neither struck him, nor he me, till I received these two Wounds. - Here is his Coat, here is his Waistcoat, and here is his Shirt. These long Cuts on the left Side were made when he received those Wounds.</p>
<p>Prisoner. As I was standing with
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<p>Court. Fox swears that one like you ran cross the Way, and being pursued by the Deceased, turn'd short and gave him a Blow.</p>
<p>Pris. He perhaps may tell whereabout it was that I turn'd and made a Blow ( if I did do so) but I cannot.</p>
<p>Fox. It was on this hither Side of my Master's House, just by the Kennel.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-30-person236" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Aleck Watson and Jemmy Maddox, and I, stole the silver Dish out of the Prosecutor's Window, about 6 at Night. We raised up the Grate, and put a Stick under it to keep it from pinching our Fingers ; and so we drew the Dish out, and I carried it to Mrs. Walker's, a Brandy-shop in Cross-Lane, near Long-Acre, and she kept it for us all Night. Next Day, I and Watson, and Mattox, went with the Dish to James [William] Howard's, and he and Mattox went to sell it at an Ale-house (I think it was the Ship) in the Old-Bailey. I saw them go in with it, and I stood at the Door to watch, for fear they should run away with the Money. They brought me out one Guinea, and then they went in again and fetch'd six Guineas more, and so went to Mr. Rodes's, at the Goat and Leak in White-horse-Alley.</p>
<p>Howard Where did we go first ?</p>
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<p>Watson. Where did you meet me in the Morning?</p>
<p>Baker. At Buck's Brandy shop in St. Giles's, and from thence we went to Walker's in Cross-Lane, and about six at Night we went out a thieing.</p>
<p>Watson. Who took the Dish?</p>
<p>Baker. I did; but we all three help'd up the Grate.</p>
<p>Watson. Who carried the Dish to Walker's ?</p>
<p>Baker. I did; but I gave it first to Mattox ; and then I took it from him again, and carried it under my Arm.</p>
<p>Watson. When was this ?</p>
<p>Baker. I can't write nor read, but as near as I can guess, it was about the 5th of January. When we came to Howard with the Dish, Mrs. Walker lent him her Apron to hide it, but he thought that would not do, and so he went up into hisfs own Room, and brought down a Bag and put it in that, and so he carried it to the Ship.</p>
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<p>Baker No, we came in a C to Clerkenwell Gen, and sent for you to the Horn Alehouse, and you came over to us, and then you went and fetch'd the Bag, and you and Mattox went out to sell the Dish, and I and Watson, and Walker, stay'd there till you came back and brought us a Guinea.</p>
<p>Court. Stay'd where ?</p>
<p>Baker. At the Alehouse at Clerkenwell-Green.</p>
<p>Court. Why you swore just now, that you stood leaning against a Post at the Old-Bailey-Gate,
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<p>Baker. No; we stay'd at Clerkenwell because we had not Money to discharge the Reckoning till they brought the Guinea, and then we went to Rodes's, and from Rodes's they went for the six Guineas, and so to the King's-Head</p>
<p>Court. You swore you went first to the King's-Head, then to the Old-Bailey, where you stood watching till they brought the Guinea; and you gave this Reason for your watching, that you were afraid they would run away with the Money. And now you swear that you did not watch at the Old-Bailey, but stay'd at Clerkenwell-Green till they brought the Guinea; and you give a Reason for that too, you had no Money to pay the Reckoning.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-30-person239" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Mattox, Watson and Baker came into my House together towards the Evening, about half a Year ago, and called for Liquor. Mattox had a deep silver Dish under his Arm.</p>
<p>Court. Baker swore that he carry'd the Dish.</p>
<p>Walker. When they had run up 8 or 9 s. I asked them for the Money; they said if I would go with them they would pay me, I asked them if they thought I had nothing to do but to tag after their Tails when I was with Child and not well; they said, I should have a Coach, and so a Coach was called, and we drove to the Horn at Clerkenwell-Green. They had no Money to discharge the Coach, and so I paid 1 s. 6 d. for them. Mattox went from the Alehouse and fetch'd a young Man (I think his Name is Howard) who drank once, and then he and Mattox went out together, and when they return'd Mattox chang'd a Guinea, and paid for four Pints of Ale that we had had. They insisted upon my Eating something, and so we went to another House, and had a Quarter of a Goose.</p>
<p>Court. How long was it after they brought the Dish, before you went with them ?</p>
<p>C. Walker. Some Hours.</p>
<p>Court. Are you sure it was that Night?</p>
<p>C. Walker. Yes.</p>
<p>Court. Baker swears it was the next Day.</p>
<p>Howard. At what time was it that you eat part of the Goose?</p>
<p>C. Walker. I can't tell the Hour, but it was at Supper late at Night, and then from thence we all, but Howard, went home in a Coach; they sat me down at my Door, and then they discharged the Coach.</p>
<p>Howard. Baker swore that we went to the Kings's-Head after we had eat the Goose; did you see me bring the Money, or have the Dish?</p>
<p>C. Walker. No; Mattox brought the Money, and it was he that brought the Dish to my House.</p>
<p>Howard. Baker charged Walker with the Dish.</p>
<p>Baker. That was only for keeping it all Night.</p>
<p>Court. She swears you took the Dish with you the same Night.</p>
<p>Baker. No it was next Morning.</p>
<p>Howard. Was not she taken up about the Dish?</p>
<p>Baker. Yes.</p>
<p>Howard. How came she to be discharged?</p>
<p>Baker. Because she own'd the Dish and deliver'd it.</p>
<p>Howard. Watson was discharged of this Dish last Sessions.</p>
<p>Baker. Yes; but he was not indicted because the Prosecutor was not here.</p>
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<p>* Sam Goodwin and
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173306280019"/> I suppose was a Pistol. The fourth riffled my Pockets of a Gold Ring, a pair of Bath-metal Studs, and two Guineas It was so dark I could not see their Faces so as to know them, and therefore cannot swear to the Prisoners. I heard one or both of the Guineas they took from me fall, and one of the Men stoop'd, but I don't know whether they found 'em or not.</p>
<p>Kelly. What did you lose two Guineas?</p>
<p>Mr. Owen. Yes; I had two Guineas when I was in Golden-Square, which was but a little before.</p>
<p>Kelly. May be you fell down by the way, and so lost 'em.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-31-person252" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner and I lodged together with Sam Quan +, who was hang'd in the Country for a Robbery about three Months ago. Sm Goodman was with us at Quan's, and about 11 at Night we went to see him home. We met the Prosecutor in one of the Streets in Covent Garden, where the Mercers live; Goodman hit him on the Shoulder, and bid him stand, and Kelly took two Guineas out of his Pocket, and drop'd them both on the Stones, I stoop'd and found one, but we lost t'other, for another Gentleman was coming by, and some Chairmen stood over the way, and saw us rob, so that we were forced to make off - Sam Goodman took a Gold Wire Ring off the Prosecutor's Finger.</p>
<p>* Quan and Conway were try'd in London, for Robbing Job Nutton, in January 1731-2, but were acquitted. See the SESSIONS-PAPER for last Year, Numb. II. Part II. pag. 58.</p>
<p>Court. Off his Finger, are you sure?</p>
<p>Baker. We all reckon'd so, because it was a Ring, but we did not see where he took it from. He took a pair of Brass Studs to; as we were going away Kelly cut the Gentleman over the Eye, with the butt End of a Whip.</p>
<p>Kelly. What time o' Night did we come into your Company?</p>
<p>Baker. We all three lay at Quan's, and eat and drank together, and about 7 or 8 at Night, we went to
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<interp inst="t17330628-31-person253" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> 's in Cross-Lane by Long-Acre, where we met with Goodman, and we drank 3 half Pints of Gin, but we had no Money, and so I pawn'd my Buckles for 6 d then we all four went back to Quan's, and stay'd till between 10 and 11, and then we went to see Goodman home, and so committed the Robbery.</p>
<p>Kelly. You swore before Alderman Brocas, that the Gentleman was robb'd of 2 Guineas and a Watch, but now you know nothing of the Watch.</p>
<p>Baker. No, I said I believ'd Goodman took his Watch, and we three said so that Night at Quan's House, and you your self spoke of it first, but next Day we heard it was no such thing. We thought so because Goodman pick'd the Gentleman's Pocket.</p>
<p>Kelly. You said just now, that it was I that pick'd his Pocket.</p>
<p>Baker Yes, you was fumbling about it, but Goodman push'd you away, and did it himself, and as he went to Sea the next Day, we thought he had snk the Watch.</p>
<p>Kelly. But you swore that he took a Watch ?</p>
<p>Court. Did you swear it positively?</p>
<p>Baker. No, I said as I say now, that I believ'd he took a Watch.</p>
<p>Kelly. Can you tell your Story over again?</p>
<p>Baker. Yes, Goodman took the Gentleman by the Shoulder, and bid him stand, then Kelly put his Hand in his Pocket, and riffled him, and drop'd the Gold, and I pick'd up one Guinea.</p>
<p>Kelly. Just now you said Goodman pick'd his Pocket.</p>
<p>Baker. You and Goodman both riffl'd him, after we all four had push'd him up against a Door, and kept him fast, and when he was robb'd, Kelly struck him with a Whip, and made the Blood run down his Cheek.</p>
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<interp inst="t17330628-31-person254" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> they had riffled me they drew me from the Door, toward the Kennel, and one of them gave me a stroke over the the right Eye, I thought it was done with a Stick. I was laid up for 6 Weeks, and had two Surgeons to attend me here's the Scar to be seen.</p>
<p>Kelly. How long was it after the Robbery before you saw the Gentleman again?</p>
<p>Baker. He was out of Town last Sessions, and I did not see him till this Sessions.</p>
<p>Kelly. It's strange when you saw him but once by Night that you should know him again, half a Year afterwards ?</p>
<p>Baker. It was a Moon shiny Night</p>
<p>Mr. Owen. It was dark where I stood; but the Moon was up.</p>
<p>Kelly. What Clothes had the Gentleman on?</p>
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<p>Mr. Owen. I called the Watch, but whether it was before or after the Blow, I cannot tell, and immediately the Street was full of People - My Cloaths were a Chocolate Colour. - I saw Baker one Day this Week at Hicks's-Hall, and he said he knew me.</p>
<p>Cath. Walker. The Prisoners and Baker have used my Shop, but it was but seldom; I remember they were there in February last, and had two half Pints of Gin, and Baker said, I must take his Buckles or go without my Money.</p>
<p>Court. Was Goodman with them then?</p>
<p>Cath. Walker. He might be there, but I don't know him by Name.</p>
<p>L. Grace. Baker swore positively to the Watch before Alderman Brocas, and we were taken up last Sessions, but nothing appearing against us, we were acquitted and turn'd out of Court, and Baker and one of the Thief-Catchers stood by at the same Time; but the Thief-Catchers had been 6 l. out of Pocket, and so they got us taken up again the next Day.</p>
<p>T. Kelly. I am a
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<p>Court. How came you to take such particular Notice of his Shoes?</p>
<p>Palmer. He lived in the Lane; I saw him at Jacob's but the Day before, and he shew'd me his Shoes because they were so bad, and he would have given me 3 d. for mine, and he used to wear them shod, as you may see plainly by the hind Quarters. The Stable-door had been nail'd up for some Time, so that there is no way into it but by getting up into the Hay-loft ; so we got up and came down into the Stable, and there he lay in a muck Sweat, without his Shoes; I burst the Stable-door open with my Backside to get him out, and he own'd the Shoes.</p>
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<p>Mr. Hayworth. About the End of last January I received a Letter from Mr.
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<p>Two Days afterwards,
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<interp inst="t17330628-44-person344" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> came to me, and asked if I had received a Letter from Mr. Brereton about those Estates; I told them my Instructions were only about the Estate to Parker, and advised Griffith (who appeared as Smith's Attorney, and by whom Smith seemed to be influenced) to draw up the Case of the other Estate, to have the Opinion of Council; for I thought Lynn's Purchase not secure except the Sisters joined in it. I wrote to Mr. Brereton, and received his Answer the 16th of February, after which, Smith and Griffith came to me again; I told them we had agreed that the Sisters and their Husbands should all be conusant of the Fine; and as the two Estates were in the same Parish, to save the Charge of two Fines they were to join them in one. Griffith agreed to this Fine, and undertook to go next Morning into Essex (where he said Smith's Brothers and Sisters lived) and procure them to come up next Monday: And on Monday in the Afternoon he came and told me, that the Brothers and Sisters were come up, and desired me to get all ready against next Day. It happened my Lord Chief Justice was not then at Leisure, and so we agreed on Wednesday. I went on Wednesday to his Lordship's Chambers, and in the Evening Griffith came to me there, and said that Mr. Smith and his Brothers and Sisters were all below ; I went down with him, and he shewed me the Prisoners sitting on a Bench under the Arch of Serjeants-Inn: Are these they? says I; Yes, says he. I proposed that they should go to the Coffee-house, and be made acquainted with what they came about. It was agreed to, and we all went together into an Inner-Room.</p>
<p>Court. Look on the Prisoners and name them.</p>
<p>Mr. H. She that stands at this hither Corner of the Bar is
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<p>Prisoner's Council. No, that is not he.</p>
<p>Mr. H.. Then I believe Trundle is the Hindermost.</p>
<p>P. Coun. But you are not positive which is which</p>
<p>Mr. H. The Prisoners were altogether in the Room, and I said to Mr. Smith, Are these your Brothers and Sisters who are to join in the Fine? he answer'd, Yes. Have you told them, says I, what they are to do? he said, Yes; and that he had paid them the Consideration Money. I ask'd the three Women if their Brother had paid them that Money, and if they were content to pass the Fine? they in general answer'd, Yes.</p>
<p>P. Coun. But can you take upon you to say, that they all, or any one in particular, answer'd, Yes?</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173306280023"/>Mr. H. I can't say that every one in particular answer'd, that they had received a Consideration ; but Mr. Smith said, he had paid them the Consideration Money; and the Women said, in general, Yes. I think Prestidge said, that they were all contented.</p>
<p>P. Coun. If they only said they were contented to pass the Fine, they might not be apprised of the Iniquiry of the thing. Can you be positive that every one in particular said before she sign'd, that she had received the Consideration Money?</p>
<p>Mr. H. I can't be so particular. I produc'd a Paper, and wrote the Concord - The Precipe was in Latin, and I read it to them in English - I produc'd the Instrument at the same time that I ask'd the Questions, and desired Mr. Smith to write his Name first, which he did, and the others sign'd after him.</p>
<p>P. Coun. It's laid that one personated one, and another another: Now what particular Person did Josias Reader personate?</p>
<p>Mr. H. I think the Name of Scruby was sign'd by Reader. Court. Which is Reader ?</p>
<p>Mr. H. He that stands behind there.</p>
<p>P. Coun. How can you take upon you to swear that Reader, rather than any other Person, subscribed the Name of Scruby ?</p>
<p>Mr. H. I believe it was he Court. Do you remember his Act of subscribing?</p>
<p>Mr. H. I asked who was the elder Brother, and as I remember, Reader answer'd, and wrote first: I believe it was he, but I cannot be positive to a Man that I never saw in my Life before. The next Name is
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<p>P. C. Do you know Trundle? Mr. H. Yes.</p>
<p>P. Coun. But you mistook him at the Bar just now.</p>
<p>Mr. H. Then the Name of
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<p>P. C. Can you take upon you to swear that it was not Pearson who sign'd the Name of
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<interp inst="t17330628-44-person357" type="given" value="Margaret"/>
<interp inst="t17330628-44-person357" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> ?</p>
<p>Mr. H. I believe it was not; I think Pearson sign'd last, for as I remember the Name of
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<interp inst="t17330628-44-person358" type="given" value="Thomas"/>
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<p>P. C. Then you cannot be positive to any of them, you only believe; but how can you recollect (even so far as to believe) which of them particularly sign'd this or that Name so long ago, when there were six of them together, and you saw them but that once.</p>
<p>Mr. H. I had a second View of them before my Ld. C. J. Eyre ; for after they had subscribed, and drank to one another as Brothers and Sisters, I told them they must go up to his Lordship, and be examin'd again, and I am sure they all six went up.</p>
<p>Mr. Brown. This is the Precipe Mr. Hayworth brought on me, sign'd as it is, and the Caption fill'd up.</p>
<p>P. C. Was any thing done on the Paper at his Lordship's Chambers?</p>
<p>Mr. Brown. I introduc'd them and read over in English this individual Paper (the Precipe) then I call'd
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