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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173401160001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, FOR THE City of LONDON, AND County of MIDDLESEX; ON
<p>Wednesday the 16th, Thursday the 17th, and Friday the 18th, of January 1734, in the Seventh Year of His MAJESTY's Reign.</p>
<p>Being the Second SESSIONS in the Mayoralty of the Right Honourable Sir WILLIAM BILLERS, Knt. Lord Mayor of the City of LONDON, in the Year 1734.</p>
<p>NUMBER II.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Printed for J. WILFORD, behind the Chapter-House, near St. Paul's. M, DCC, XXXIV.</p>
<p>(Price Six Pence.)</p>
<p>Where may be had the Sessions-Papers in the last Mayoralty.</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173401160002"/>The PROCEEDINGS, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable Sir
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>1.
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<interp inst="t17340116-1-person31" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The Prisoner lay three Nights at my House, about four Months ago; she had nothing to eat nor drink, and so she left a Serge-coat with me for Lodging, and Bread, and Small-beer; and afterwards she told, she had left her Mother's Wedding-ring in pawn for Half a Guinea, and Six-pence Use, and ask'd me to buy it, and said I should have it as cheap as any Body. I told her, I would give as another, and so I carry'd it to a Goldsmith, who weigh'd it, and said it came to 16 s. and he would give no more; whereof I gave her 16 s. 10 d. for it, and here it is.</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. This is the Ring I lost.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did I pawn the Ring?</p>
<p>Bennet. You said your Husband pawn'd it.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did I ever wrong you?</p>
<p>Bennet. No.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-2-person37" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I lodge at the White-Bear at Hadley, near Barnet; the Prisoner came thither on Sunday, the 9th of December, about 9 in the Morning, he call'd for a Pen and Ink, and went into a Room to tell some Money. He came out again, in a little Time, and told me and another, he could shew me such a Sight, as I never saw with my Eyes. He pull'd out a Bag, and put twelve 3 l. 12 s. Pieces, and one Guinea into my Hand; from another Bag he took out several other Outlandish Pieces of Gold, but did not tell the Number of them; putting his Hand in his Pocket, he shew'd me Parcel a of Guineas, I can't say how many there might be; and then, opening a Paper, he produc'd a Diamond-ring, and said, he believ'd that was of more Value than all the rest; he likewise pull'd out a Purse of Gold, as he said it was, but he did not open it - and as for Silver I did not see any. He told me that his Master, who (he said) liv'd at Nottingham, had sent him about the Country with Orders to receive this Money for Goods, but I thought it more likely that he had committed some Robbery, or Murder, and so I fetch'd Assistance and apprehended him on suspicion, upon which he at first said he'd make me pay for stopping him on his Journey - But afterwards he own'd that he had robb'd his Master East.</p>
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<p>Court. Was his Examination taken in Writing ?</p>
<p>Dean. I can't say as to that, but he made no Confession to me.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-2-person40" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> told my Father, and me, that he suspected the Prisoner, and wanted a Constable. I said any Man might take a Thief. My Father, Humphry Buckle, seiz'd the Prisoner, and said he should go with us before the Justice. The Prisoner refused, and pulling out a Pocket-Book, said, Here's my Orders from my Master in the Country. I did not see the Writing, for he made a Hand of it; but I saw 48 Guineas, 12 Portugal Pieces of 3 l. 12 s. each, and some Doubloons, and double Doubloons, I think they call 'em. The Morning ( after he had been before the Justice ) as I lay by him on the Bed at the White-Bear, he confess'd to me, that he had robb'd his Master East of that Gold, and that he took it out of the Scratoir.</p>
<p>Court. Did he say he had taken any thing else?</p>
<p>Buckle. Yes, I remember a Piece of White Dimity and some other Things.</p>
<p>Court. Did he tell you where Mr. East lived?</p>
<p>Buckle. Yes, it was somewhere in London near the Monument; but I forgot the Name of the Street. And he wrote this Letter to his Master, who thereupon came down that Monday Night.</p>
<p>Court. Did you see him write the Letter?</p>
<p>Buckle. Yes, I sat close by him when he writ it.</p>
<p>Court. Then it may be read in Evidence.</p>
<p>Clerk. To Mr.
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<p>' Honoured Master
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<interp inst="t17340116-2-person43" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> ' shall be bound for my making you amends ' and I have not spent but very Little of it but ' I will make it up in a litle while If you will ' but pardon me and not put me in Newgate ' I will send for my uncle out of the Countery ' which will give you any satisfy you if you ' will have But a little paticence for I do ask ' ten thousand pardons and pray do not put me ' to no more Trouble for your money is ' very safe and you will have it again so no ' more at present but your Servant Thomas
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173401160004"/> ' Rowland kinsman Cistopher I do desire ' you will go to my Master with this for ' I will down of my knees and ask you ' both pardon and forgiveness and Pray pray ' go with this to my Master and Desire him ' to be as fauerably to me as he can at ' present tho I do Little Dersue it and pray ' come along with him for the money Let ' it cost what it I will pay for it asoon as ' I have an opertunity to send to my Uncle ' so pray come without fail before the Come ' with me pray get some bonds men to be ' bound for my apperince at the Sises if my ' Master does desire it But pray pasifie him ' if you Can and pray desire Mr James to ' Come to my asistance if he Can but do ' me the fauer for if my Master should take ' away my life it will do him no good so ' pray go to my Master with this with faile ' and desire him to be as Easy as he Can ' with me for I lie at his Breast now If he ' plesses to spare my Life I shall be for ' Ever bound to pray for him as Long as ' he Lives Tho Rowlatt</p>
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<p>3.
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<p>8.
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<interp inst="t17340116-7-person71" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I and Tom. Dun went from his House in the Minories, to the Prisoner's House, by the Tenters, in Moor-Fields; we asked him to go with us, to look for a Chance. He said he'd go and see what could be done in the new Street, I think 'tis Queen-street, which is hard by where he lives. At the farthest End we saw a Light in the Kitchen Window; and looking over the Pallisades, says the Prisoner, there's a Chance of a Silver Cup, if we cou'd get at it. We soon contrived a Way. They two hoisted me over the Pallisades, into the Airey, and I listed up the Sash. I suppose the Maid had lately been washing, for some Sheets and other Things lay on a Table by the Window. I took out the Cup, three Pair of Sheets, a Shift, and a Handkerchief, and had taken more, but that we were afraid the Maid would come down and surprize us. I handed the Cup up first, and the Prisoner not being tall enough to reach it as he stood, he rais'd himself up, and leaning over the Pallisades, took it in his Mouth; then I gave them the Linnen, which they haul'd through betwixt the Bars Dun helpt me up. The Prisoner gave him the Cup, and covering the Linnen with his Great-coat, carried it into the Vinegar-field, where he left it, and went Home, and returned with a Bag which he had forgot to bring out with him at first. He put the Linnen in the Bag, and so we went to Mr. Cotterel's, a
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<interp inst="t17340116-7-person72" type="gender" value="indeterminate"/> </persName> in Moor-fields, and had two Quarterns of Brandy; but the Prisoner, having the Linnen, would not go in with us, but waited without. Dun told Mrs. Cotterel, he wanted some Money, and so had taken his Wife's Cup, and was going to sell it. Why, says Cotterel, as you look like well dress'd Persons, and have drank here before, I'll lend you a Guinea upon it. Dun told her that would not do, for he must sell it for two Guineas. Then, says she, I'll let you have 38 s. and if you redeem it in a Month, it is yours; if not, it is mine: So we struck a Bargain, she paid us the Money, and Dun, I, and the Prisoner, went to the Prisoner's Lodging, where we made a Dividend, each Man taking a Pair of Sheets, and 12 s. 8 d. in Money. - I discovered the Robbery in about a Fortnight afterwards. I being taken up on suspicion of being concerned in another Affair.</p>
<p>Prisoner. That Affair was a Robbery on the Highway. - You knew you were in two Informations. - You pass'd upon me and my Wife for a Jeweller, and as you appear'd pretty well dress'd, we had no suspicion of you; but when you found your Neck in danger, and you could not secure your old Companions, you made this use of a slight Acquaintance with me.</p>
<p>Morpeth. I saw you first at a Baudy-house in Swan-yard, in the Minories, which
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<p>* Ebenezer Dun was convicted in December, 1732, of a Burglary, when Will. Byram was an Evidence for him. See the Sessions Paper Numb. 1. Page 8.</p>
<p>Prisoner. The Pallisades are not so high that I needed to raise myself up, for I could look over them. I had no need to go a thieving, for I could maintain myself very well by my Work. I am a Cane-Chair-Carver by Trade, and my Father (in-law) is a Cane-Chair-Maker in Moor-fields. Indeed I marry'd against his Consent, but before and after he trusted me with Money to pay the rest of his Men.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-7-person74" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live in Prince's-street, in Moor-fields, the Prisoner lodged at my House ten or eleven Weeks; he was very industrious, and behaved well. He might have ruined me, if he had not been honest, for I am a Taylor, and left my Shop open (to him) all Hours of the Night.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did I ever get drunk, or keep ill Hours, or beat my Wife?</p>
<p>Gladstone. Not that I know of. One Night indeed he staid till 12, and then I let him in myself, but he brought nothing in with him.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-7-person75" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . He is my Brother-in-law. He served the latter three Years of his Time with my Father, and married soon after. He was a little wild indeed, but very honest, and kept good Hours.</p>
<p>Will. Phillips. I work'd with him half a Year at Mr. Martin's (whose Daughter he married, three Months after he was out of his Time) and Mr. Martin trusted him with Money, to pay us our Wages, which he did very honestly, and work'd very hard and was constant at it.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-7-person76" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I worked with him at his first Master (Mr. Questy)'s where he behaved well, only he was a little idle sometimes, but I never knew him to be drunk: And I work'd with him at
<persName id="t17340116-7-person77"> William Thomson
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<p>
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<p>The Jury
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<p>10
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<p>11.
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<p>12.
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<p>13,14.
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<p>Simmonds pray'd the Witnesses might be examin'd a-part, which the Court granted.</p>
<p>
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<p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-11-person99" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I met with Simmonds at Buck's Brandy-shop, against St. Giles's-Church, on the 14th of July, in the Morning, I was in and out there all Day. Towards the Evening, Steel came in, and we drank together; says Simmonds to me, Will you go out with me and this Man to Night? Ay, says I Who is he? Why don't you know him? says Simmonds, it's smoaky Jack - That's a Nick-name that Steel goes by; so we turn'd out together about 11 at Night. They let me to Hide- Park, and so into the Field behind Buckingham-Wall : Now, says Simmond, let's cross to that Hay-cock ; we agreed, and he led the Way, and coming to the Hay-cock, the Prosecutor was lying under it, Damn says Simmonds, Who's here? And prese took a Pocket-book out of the Prosecutor's Pocket; the Prosecutor got up to follow him, but was stopp'd by Smoaky Jack, who took off his Hat and Wig, and beat him se- verely; when his Wig was off I saw he was bald headed, tho' he was but a middle Man. Simonds push'd a Knife at him would have kill'd him, but I begg'd his, and got the Knife away; I saw it was bent, and I toss'd it over the Rail into the P; but Smoaky Jack still kept beating, and kicking, and abusing him, and at last pull'd off his Coat. They shew'd me the Pocket-book, and a Sham-Shirt, and a little turn'd Stick that we knew not what to make of. The Hat and Wig were in my my Hands for I had them from Smoaky, when he took 'em from the Prosecutor; was any Mo- ney they sunk it, for I had no part of it. When we had got the Prosecutor's Coat we left him, but getting under the Rail I saw one of the Company turn back - I believe it was Simmonds - and I and the other coming to a high Bank, we waited for him, because two of us could not get over without the Assistance of a third, and so we help'd each other up, and went over Hedge and Ditch, 'till we came to a Ditch too wide for us, and then we return'd by the same Hay- cock, and came to Buck's at St. Giles's by 3 a Clock on Sunday Morning. I wash'd the Blood out of the Coat, and then Simmonds put it on, and Smoakey and he went away together. They to me at Buck's, about 9 the same Morning. They two toss'd up for their share in the
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173401160008"/> Coat, Simmonds won Smoakey's part and he was to pay me for my part; he had the sham Shirt too, and I had the Hat and Wig; the Wig I sold for 6 d. but the Hat (which we valu'd at 10 d ) I kept for my own wear. Simmonds did not go out with us that Night, but with Sutton and Stick-in-the-Mud* and a heap of them, that frequented Buck's House. Next Morning when I came to Buck's, expecting Simmonds would meet me there, and pay me for my part of the Coat, I heard that he, and Sutton, and others were taken up for robbing a Gentleman in Mary-bone-Fields.</p>
<p>*
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<p>Court. Have you any Witnesses here, that saw the Prisoners in your Company at Buck's ?</p>
<p>Fidzar. No, those that were with us were misfortunate People like ourselves.</p>
<p>Simmonds. Was it a Moon light Night?</p>
<p>Fidzar. Yes, it was Full-Moon.</p>
<p>Smoaky. You have been an Evidence three Times already. You deal with the Thief-catchers, and make a Trade of taking Men's Lives away.</p>
<p>Simmonds. I have been in Jail, for Want of Sureties, ever since this Robbery; and why did not you inform against me before now ?</p>
<p>Fidzar. This Robbery was not in my Head, 'till
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<p>+ John Macdonald, was an Evidence last Sessions against
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<p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-11-person106" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Constable. I keep a Cook's-shop, in St. Sepulchre's Parish. About a Fortnight ago, Fidzar and the Beadle, and two or three others, came to dine at my House; and after Dinner, the Beadle charged me with Fidzar, who had surrendered himself; and I went with him before Justice Robe, where he impeached the Prisoners and Will. Travers, otherwise Moco Jack, and
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<p>++ See the Trial of Travers and Cotterel below.</p>
<p>The Jury found the Prisoners
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<p>15.
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>16.
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<p>~See the Trial of Johnson last Sessions, Numb. 1 Part II. p. 40.</p>
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<p>|| The House of
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<interp inst="t17340116-15-person135" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> came over to me, and said she'd give me 2 d. for a Candle: I told her I had but a Bit, and I would not part with it, and so she run back again. I heard a Screeking, and follow'd her so close, that I thrust my Staff in between the Door and the Post, and forc'd my Way in, and found Stanley with his Knuckles in the Prosecutor's Throat, and the Prosecutor's Face was as black as your Lordship's Hat, and so I carry'd them all before the Constable.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-15-person137" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> before our Faces. He shook Hands with Mr. Stanley, and call'd him Jack, and drank five Quarterns of Brandy with him : And in an Hour's time, he said, Jack, I miss my Watch; to which Mr. Stanley answer'd. Go into the Room where you left it, and you'll find it again. And so he went and said he had found it.</p>
<p>The Jury
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<p>20.
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<p>21.
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<interp inst="t17340116-21-person163" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner and I lodg'd at Mrs. Whitehead's* in Bit-Alley in Turnbull-street - Her Husband is a Watch-maker - We went thence about Midnight, and walked up and down to look for a Chance, 'till we came to the Prosecutor's House. There the Prisoner took a sort of a Chissell and split the Flap of the Cellar-window in two, and raising up one of the pieces, I took out a Barrel of Anchovies that stood upon the Stairs; I felt more, but they stood so close together, that we could not get another, without pulling up the remaining part of the plank, which at last, with a good deal of Trouble, I made a shift to manage, and then he took out another Barrel. We could then have got into the Cellar, but some of the Barrels rolling down the Stairs, made a Noise, and so we went off. He took one, and I another, and carry'd them home, where we let them lie 'till Day-light, and then went with them to Mrs. Whitehead's in Charter-house-Lane, for at that time she did not live at home, but kept out of the Way upon Account of receiving some-Plate that was stolen. We shewed her the Anchovies; she said they were poor Stuff, and ask'd how much we must have. I told her to take no less than 7s. 6d. The Woman of the House said, there had been a Noise about her having, stolen Goods in her House, and therefore it was not safe to leave the Anchovies - I forget her Name, but I think they call her Jenny - So they were wrap'd up in an Apron, and sent to Mrs. Taylor, who keeps a Pawnbroker's and Chandler's Shop, against the Blue-Boar, in Barbican. Then the Prisoner and I took a Walk towards the Prosecutor's, and heard the People talking about the Robbery. Coming back, we met Jenny in Smithfield: She gave us 4s. 6d. and said it was all that Whitehead could get - I surrender'd my self, January 2, to Mr. Claxton, who with two more went with me to Mr. Cross, the Constable, and he carry'd me to Justice Ribe.</p>
<p>* See more of Whitehead in the Trials of Stephen Partridge, Robert Tanner, and John Cecil, in Sessions-Paper, 1733. Numb. VI p. 162, 163.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I don't know this Fellow Fidzar. I never was once in the Company.</p>
<p>Fidzar. We were acquitted in October last. We lodg'd but a Work at White-head's, for she was often under a Cloud for receiving stolen Goods.</p>
<p>Crofts. By Fidzar's Direction I took the Prisoner at a Brandy-shop in Rosemary-Lane, and as I came with him in the Coach, he begg'd me to speak in his Favour, or he knew he was a dead Man, for he said Fidzar was a Rogue, and had been an Evidence two or three times before, and he was sure he would take his Life away.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-21-person164" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner was bound to Mr. Nichols, a Lighterman; indeed he has not been with his Master lately; but I don't know any Misdemeanor of him.</p>
<p>
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<p>Court. How came he to part from his Master?</p>
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<p>The Jury found him
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<interp inst="t17340116-21-person170" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Some Days before we to the Anchovies, the Prisoner and I went from Whitehead's late at Night, and walk'd about 'till we came to the Pewter-platter, and then it was 3 a Clock. The Prisoner put in his Chissel between the Plank and the Frame, and thrust one of the Bolts back, and pull'd the Plank up. He took out his Tinder-box, and struck a Light in the Street, and putting the Box in his Pocket again, went down the Cellar and lighted a Candle below, for he carried Candles and Matches in his Pocket as well as a Tinder -box. I shut down the Window and staid to watch. In a little Time he knock'd, and I open'd it again. Lay hold, says he, here's two charming Great-coats, one was Cloth, and had a Velvet Cape, and one was a blue Rug. I carried them over the Way, and left 'em on a Bulk. Then he handed up a pair of Cloth Breeches, two pair of Shoes, and a pair of Pumps ; a pair of worsted Splatter-casnes, a blue Apron, and a natural Wig; I laid these with the Great-coat till he came and then we went down an Alley, and each of us pat on one of the Great-coats, under which we took the rest of the Things, and went to Whitehead's. She was not up, but bid us bring the Great-coats to Taylor's in Barbican, for the other Things we shar'd betwixt us. We went thither, and she came to us. I told her the Coats were worth 18 s. but we must not have less than 16. The Prisoner and I went over to the Ale-house, and in a little Time she brought us 14s. and said if that was too little, we might have the Coats again in a Fortnight. We took the Money and shared it equally, and so we went to a Brandy-shop in Rag-fair, where we used to be harboured. From thence we went to a Lodging house hard by, where we lay all Night, his Wife lay with him, and I lay in another Bed in the same Room 'Tis a Sort of an Ale-house, the the Sun and Wheathead. We can there before, but not constantly for we were never rightly settl'd.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Fidzar's Wife came to me Yesterday A ye Rogue! my Husband bug you and get the Reward, and he'll off and sell cheeese
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<p>27.
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<p>* He was an Evidence last Sessions against Whitlock and Brown, for robbing Col. des Romaine.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-24-person201" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep an Ale-house. The Prisoners had used my House together for a Month or six Weeks. I don't know that Mitchell drank in their Company. - that is - out of the same Pot. Tho' indeed he would commonly sit at the same Table with them, and they would talk jocosely together, and seemed to be acquainted. - I believe I have seen him five or six Times sitting with them and little Daniel. But when I heard their Characters, I forbid 'em my House.</p>
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<p>Peters. I know nothing of that Fellow Mitchell.</p>
<p>Simmonds. Nor I any farther than that he's a Rogue, and hang'd two Men last Sessions.</p>
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<p>Peters. Why did not you prosecute last Sessions?</p>
<p>Mitchell. Because I did not know you was then a Prisoner.</p>
<p>Peters. But you sent your Wife to tell me that you did not know me, and had nothing to lay to my Charge.</p>
<p>Mitchell. No I sent her to Harry Whitesides, for I knew nothing of your being in Custody.</p>
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<p>(First Indictment.)</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-25-person218" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Going from hence in Tothil-street, about 10 at Night, to call my Husband from a Neighbour's House, the Coach and Horses, where he was drinking, the Prisoner met me in the Middle of the Street, and would have pull'd the Ring off my Finger. I cry'd out. He knock'd me down (I believe it was with his Fist) cut my Hand in three places, and tore off my Mob (and some of my Hair with it), and leaving me on the Ground, ran away. I got up frighted and went to my Husband, and told him how I had been served by a lusty Man in a Dray-man's Apron; for I saw him plainly, by the Light in a Chandler's almost opposite to me, and a Lamp that was hard by. My Husband and some of the Company with him, pursued the Prisoner, and brought him back to the Coach and Horses, and I saw my Mob then in his Bosom, next to his Shirt, a Neighbour took it out, and here it is. I charged him directly.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You said before the Justice that you did not know me.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-25-person220" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . As I was standing at the Coach and Horses (a Distiller's) I saw the Prisoner go by, and offer to meddle with a Woman over the Way, but she got from him, and he going forward, I heard a Woman cry, - and soon after, Mrs. Baker came up without her Head-clothes, and the blood running down her Arm. She said don't be frighted but I am almost kill'd by a Rogue that has pull'd my Cap off. - I call'd Mr. Baker, and he and others ran out and brought the Prisoner back. I know him to be the Man that I had taken Notice of before, and I took the Mob out of his Bosom, and set a Seal on it, but I did not see Mrs. Baker then.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-25-person224" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . As I was drinking at Mr. Elkin's House, Mrs. Baker came in almost murder'd, and said she had been robb'd by a lusty Fellow in a Brewer's Apron, and that he run down the Street. We follow'd, and under the Gatehouse Gateway, he was quarrelling with a Woman, who cry'd out, and he run about forty Yards, and got behind a Coach that stood against the Chequer Ale-house in the Broad-sentry (Sanchary) where I took him, and the young Woman came up, and said that's he that took my Handkerchief.</p>
<p>Prisoner. No you took me by my Master's Dray, with a lighted Link in my Hand.</p>
<p>Drew. You had a Link, but it was not lighted.</p>
<p>Prisoner. What Time of Night was it?</p>
<p>Drew. About a Quarter past Ten.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I belong to Mr. Whiteman, a Brewer in Blackman-street. My Fellow-Servant had the Dray-horse in his Hand, and I went behind with a lighted Link to take Care of the Beer, and it's very likely that I shou'd do a Robbery with a Link in my Hand. - My Fellow-servant is sick, or else he would have been here.</p>
<p>Second Indictment.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173401160015"/> a Link, which I suppose had not been long put out, for it burnt me; and then he pull'd off my Handkerchief and run away. I got up and run after him. He knock'd me down again under the Gate-house. I cry'd Murder, and stop Thief. He pull'd a Knife out of his Pocket, and swore he'd cut my Throat if I resisted. I run into the middle Way, I follow'd him close - Mr. Drew took him, and I said, That's the Man that robb'd me of my Handkerchief ; and I am positive to him, for when he first knock'd me down, there was a Light in a Window just by us.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You swore before the Justice that you knock'd me down.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. You swore you threw me over a Block.</p>
<p>Mary Allen. I swore you fell down under the Gatehouse.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You had like to hang another young Man, for another Robbery, but only he had good Friends that appear'd for him - At what a Clock did I knock you down?</p>
<p>Mary Allen. It was a Quarter past Ten.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I was then at my Lodging in Kent.</p>
<p>Mary Allen. How could that be, when you sent a Prisoner to the Gatehouse by 11 ?</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did not you take hold of the Skirt of my Coat, and ask me to give you a Dram?</p>
<p>Mary Allen. No.</p>
<p>Prisoner. What Tool had I in my Hand to knock you down with? Did not a Man hold the Dray-Horse?</p>
<p>Mary Allen. I neither saw Horse nor Dray.</p>
<p>Prisoner. But I had a lighted Link in my Hand, and I gave you a Slap with it.</p>
<p>Mary Allen. It was not lighted; but while you were hauling me about a Gentleman's Coach came by with a Flambeau.</p>
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<p>33.
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<p>34, 35.
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<p>36.
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<p>39.
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>40.
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>41, 42, 43.
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<p>44.
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<interp inst="t17340116-34-person267" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , the Younger (aged 12) My Father sent me with a Bottle of Rum in a Basket, to carry to Black's- Fields. The Prisoner follow'd me from Layton's-Yard (where they build Ships) to a bye Alley, close by a Pond, and there he said he belong'd to the King, and must have my Rum, and so he laid hold of it, and made me set it down, and then he took it up, and walk'd a little with it; I cry'd for my Basket, and a Gentleman coming along, the Prisoner took to his Heels and run off - This is the Basket, there was a Handkerchief in it, and he took that too.</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173401160016"/>Prisoner. In what County was this?</p>
<p>Boy. In Farthing-Alley, in Jacob-street,on t'other side of the Water.</p>
<p>Prisoner.Then it was in Surry.</p>
<p>Court. Where was the Basket found?</p>
<p>Prisoner. In White -Chapel.</p>
<p>Court. You may be try'd in any County where any part of the Goods are found.</p>
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<p>
<persName id="t17340116-34-person269"> Sarah Goodwin
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<interp inst="t17340116-34-person269" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I fill'd the Bottle of Rum, and tent it by the Child in this Basket, and he was brought home very much frighted.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17340116-34-person270"> Samuel Brain
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<interp inst="t17340116-34-person270" type="given" value="Samuel"/>
<interp inst="t17340116-34-person270" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . At an Alehouse in Chambers-street, I met the Prisoner and Prosecutor. I told the Prisoner, it was beneath an Officer to take a Gailon of Rum from a Child. He ask'd us to go with him to a House in White-Chapel, we went, he own'd he had sold the Rum there, and the Woman of the House deliver'd the Basket to the Prosecutor.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17340116-34-person271"> Thomas Francis
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<interp inst="t17340116-34-person271" type="given" value="Thomas"/>
<interp inst="t17340116-34-person271" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . And she told me, in the Prisoner's hearing, that he sold her the Rum, and he own'd it, and ask'd for the Basket.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17340116-34-person272"> Walter Allen
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<interp inst="t17340116-34-person272" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . He told me that he took the Rum from the Boy, and sold it at that House, and he offer'd several times to make it up, and the Prosecutor not agreeing to it, the Prisoner run away, but we follow'd and took him again.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never sold a Drop of Rum there in my Life; but I and another got drunk aboard a Ship, and coming along where the Boy had set down the Bottle to rest himself. and both of us being a little Maggoty, we gave the Bottle a push for fun, and down it fell and broke, and I having three Pounds of Tea, I put it into the Basket and carry'd it away and sold it, and then left the Basket at the House where it was found.</p>
<p>The Jury found him
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>45.
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>46.
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<p>47.
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<p>* Moco Jack, in the Trial of
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<p>He was a second time indicted for
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<p>First Indictment.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-37-person290" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner and I frequented Mrs.Church's Brandy-Shop, at Salt-Peter-Bank, in Rag-Fair, we were often there from Morning to Night. On the Sunday before New-Years Day, we went from thence about 10 at Night to break open the Prosecutor's House, which we had attempted once before, but were hinder'd by the Watch. When we came to the Place, I wrenched open the Lock of the Cellar-door with a Chissel; but it making a Noise, we look'd up and saw a Light in the Window, and being afraid the People were alarm'd, we went off a little, and stood upon the Watch; but the Candle being soon put out, we concluded they were gone to Bed, and had not heard us. So struck a Light in my Tinder-box, and the Prisoner went down with it, and lighted a Candle below, for he had a Candle and Matches in his Pocket. I waited above to look out; the Watch coming by past 11, I bid him lie close, and stepp'd aside; but they taking no notice, I return'd to my post. The Prisoner brought up one Firkin, which I set by, and then he fetch'd another, and each of us taking one, we carry'd
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<p>Prisoner. I never had any Acquaintance with Fidzar - Indeed I have spoke to the the Fellow at the Brandy-shop: but no body ever saw me in his Company, and I have heard he has been an Evidence. His Creature came to me in Newgate, and said, Aye you Rogue, he shall get the Reward for banging you, and then he'll live honest. The Jury found the Prisoner
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<p>Second Indictment.</p>
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<p>The empty Casks and Box were found in a Field behind my House by some Workmen</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-37-person293" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner and I took two Bags, and went from Church's Shop about one in the Morning, to get what we could light on. We came to this Brandy-shop (the Prosecutor's) in Brick-Lane, I flung back two flat Bolts with an Iron, and wrenched the Plank up. I struck a Light in my Tinder-box, and gave it the Prisoner, who went down and lighted a Candle below; some Butchers came along with a Hurricane of Marrow-bones and Cleavers. I bid him lie snug, 'till they were all gone by, which he did, and then brought up a Cask, and a Box of Tobacco. He went down a second Time, and brought another Cask. We carry'd them into a Field behind the House, and empty'd them into our Bags, and so went to Church's, leaving the empty Casks and Box behind us. We order'd a Hot-pot, and sat by the Fire till Day-light. I sent a Boy for
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<interp inst="t17340116-37-person294" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , who had bought Goods of us before. Tom, says I, here's some Tobacco that Trevis and I got last Night, and if you can dispose of it we'll give you 2 s. The two Bags weigh'd about 50 lb. He took one, for which he brought us 13 s. He said it came to 14 s. but he was oblig'd to spend a Shilling at the House. He scrupl'd sometime to take the other Bag, but at last he took it, staid two Hours, and then brought us 14 s. We gave him 2 s. for his pains, and the Prisoner and I shar'd the Money equally - Pattison now keeps out of the Way.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never saw this Fellow with my Eyes.</p>
<p>Fidzar. We became acquainted in October last. He told me that he broke out of New-Prison, and that he was an Evidence against Long-Will - I think it was Long-Will - And some others.</p>
<p>Prisoner. When
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<p>The Jury found him
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<interp inst="t17340116-38-person300" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . On the 27th of December, between 8 and 9 in the Morning, I was going with Mrs. Cox, in Dr. Mead's Coach from Kensington, to St. Albans - Near
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<p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-38-person301" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was on Horseback before the Coach - The Prisoner rid up to the Coach door, before you come to Bay's-Water by the Gravel-Pitts, I heard him demand their Watches, and I am certain he's the Man that robb'd my Lady, Mrs. Cox - When he left the Coach, they cry'd, Highwayman, and I pursu'd him to Brompton, where he quitted the Horse, and was taken by a Farmer and another Man in a Garden - Indeed my Horse tumbled, and I lost fight of him for a little while, but I saw him again just after he had dismounted.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-38-person302" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Coming from Little-Chelsea, on Thursday in Christmas Week, I saw
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<p>Prisoner. You took more Money from me Twenty Shillings out of my Coat Pocket.</p>
<p>Hutchins. The Money was all put together before the Justice.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-38-person304" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . As I was going home, in Ayre's Court, in Kensington Parish, I heard a Noise of Highwayman! and mounting my Horse, I pursu'd and got Sight of him in the Garden. I quitted my Horse, and leap'd over the Pales - Hutchins was with me, and the Prisoner said he was our Prisoner, and desir'd us not to abuse him.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Did not I fling a Watch, some Silver, and a half Guinea upon the Great-Coat?</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-38-person309" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Lady's Man stopp'd at our Door, and enquir'd if we did not see a Highwayman upon a grey Mare. Says my Wife, There he goes. Perrin jump'd over the Pales, and seiz'd him first, and Hutchins took hold of him soon after *. A silk Purse was taken from the Prisoner with a Guinea, a Crown, a half Crown, Six pence and three Farthings.</p>
<p>* Hutchins swears that he himself was the first who seiz'd the Prisoner.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-38-person310" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Riding from Kensington Gravel-pits, I saw the Lady's Servant pursuing the Prisoner, and he call'd out for God's sake stop him. And the Prisoner cry'd, for God's sake let me pass, which I did, as fearing he had Fire-arms, tho' when he had got about 100 Yards, I follow'd, and thought I should have overtaken him, but he turn'd up Earl's-Court-Lane, and made towards Brompton a Village about a Quarter or a Mile from thence, and I lost Sight of him.</p>
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<p>+ Whitesides was in April, 1732, convicted of stealing a Hat. Sessions-Paper, Numb, 4. Pag. 114.</p>
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<p>John Oak. On Saturday Night (4 Years ago next June) I went to Mr. Collins's against the Glass-house at Salt-Peter-Bank in Rosemary-lane, where I met the Prisoners, whom I had seen there divers Times before. They ask'd me to go out with them that Night. I agreed to it, and coming down Rosemary-lane, about 9 at Night, we saw the Prosecutor's Door open. I slipt in, took the Key out of the Pin of the Window, and then we went away together, to see if we could find another Chance, but not meeting with any, we returned about 2 in the Morning. I took out the Pin of the Window, threw it in the Kennel, pull'd the Shutter half off, and Whitesides went in while Ford and I stood watching without, and Whitesides handed out three Shirts, a silk Handkerchief, and eighteen Cotton Handkerchiefs, which I took in my Apron. There was a Woman in Bed in the Shop, and she cry'd out Thieves. I went down a Turning by the Side of the House and hid the Goods, and when I return'd the Prisoners were gone, but I found them two Hours after at Collins's. - One that buys stolen Goods, but keeps a private House. - Whitesides was an Evidence against his Wife three Years ago. - I told the Prisoners where I had left the Goods, and at 9 in the Morning we went to fetch 'em. I took 'em away, and carry'd them to the Brill near Pancras, and sold 'em all but one Shirt to
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<p>Court. Could you venture to fetch 'em at that time of Day, from a Place so near the House that was broke open?</p>
<p>Oak. I left 'em on a Dunghill, and covered them with Bean-shells. The Prisoners stood at the End of the Turning to watch, and the Turning goes thro' from Rosemary-Lane, so that I did not come back by the House, but went out at to'ther End, and the Prisoners follow'd me. -
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<p>Court. How came you to conceal this so long and discover it at last?</p>
<p>Oak. I had done a great many wicked Things, and thinking it Time to reform, I surrender'd myself, and so was sent to the Compter.</p>
<p>Court. Was there no Warrant out against you?</p>
<p>Oak. Not that I know of.</p>
<p>Ford. Did not John Wells (who has been an Evidence, and is now turn'd Thief-catcher) send you to Shrewsbury to keep you clear of the Information of Will. Morris, who is in Custody at Norwich?</p>
<p>Oak. No.</p>
<p>Whitesides. Can you prove I was ever in your Company?</p>
<p>Oak.
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<interp inst="t17340116-40-person335" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner and I used to drink at Maddox's Ale-house. We went from thence the Beginning January, two Years ago, between 7 and 8 at Night, and walk'd about till 9, when we came to the Prosecutor's House. The Window-shutters were put to, but not fastned. I pull'd 'em open, hoisted up the Sash, went in, took 5 Tea-spoons, a pair of Tea-tongs, and two silk Birds-eye Indian Handkerchiefs, and handed them out to the Prisoner, who stood at the Window to watch. He has been concerned with me at other Times in robbing the Prosecutor. We went back to Maddox's. The Prisoner sold the Tea-spoons and Tongs for 8 s. and the Handkerchiefs for 4 s. and gave me 6 s. for my Share.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He said before my Lord Mayor that I enter'd the House.</p>
<p>Oak. That was in another Robbery that I charg'd him with.</p>
<p>Prisoner. My Lord Mayor's Clerk ask'd him if I had been in any other Robbery with him, and he said no, tho' now he charges me with several. - And then he mention'd nothing of the Handkerchiefs.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Pray let his Information be read?</p>
<p>Then the Clerk of the Arraigns read Oaks's Information taken before the Right Hon. the Lord Mayor, Jan. 8, 1733-4. Oak therein gives an Account of van Numbers of Robberies committed by himself and several others, for 4 or 5 Years past, and among tho rest, those which he charged the Prisoner with.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Where did I live when this Robbery was committed?</p>
<p>Oak. I don't know, - but he told me in Black-fryars.</p>
<p>Prisoner. It's strange we should be so well acquainted as to go a thieving together, and yet you not know where I liv'd at the same Time.</p>
<p>Oak. He was cast for Transportation, but two or three Sessions's ago*.</p>
<p>*
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<p>Prisoner. Alderman BARBER gave me a free Discharge on the Saturday, and on the Monday I went to work, and have work'd ever since 'till I was taken. - Is there any Body that knows I kept you Company?</p>
<p>Oak. Maddox is broke and lies in the Marshalsea for Debt, and therefore he can't come here to prove it.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I can prove I work'd hard for my living when you say this Robbery was committed.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-40-person337" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live in Carolina-Court, on Saffron-hill I am a Joyner by Trade, but the Business I mostly follow is making Brush and Mop-staves, and Sticks to roll Silks on. The Prisoner is my Brother, and in Jan. was two Years he work'd for me, and lay at my House. He was seldom out after 9 at Night, tho' sometimes he has happen'd to stay 'till 10 or 11. - He did did not work by the Day, but by the Piece, and would earn 10, 12, or 14 Shillings a Week. - He has work'd for me 9, 10, or 11 Years.</p>
<p>Oak. This Fellow has been in Newgate himself.</p>
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<p>Oak. I have given this Anderson twenty Quarterns of Gin, and I have seen him and the Prisoner picking Pockets together.</p>
<p>Prisoner. The first Time I saw Oaks was but 13 Months ago. - It being wet Weather I went into an Ale-house in White-fryars, and hung my Hat to dry by the Fire, and a Man there took off my Wig at the same time, under Pretence of looking on it, and I turning my Back, he slipt away with it. The Woman of the House told me his Name was
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<p>Oak. I bought the Wig of Barber for half a Crown, not knowing it was stolen, and it cost me 6 d. to have it mended, and therefore I insisted upon 3s. and for all what he says, I knew him five Years ago; but as we frequented disorderly Houses, the People that kept them don't care to appear.</p>
<p>Prisoner. About two Months ago; I saw Oaks's Wife at the Ale-house in White-fryars, she had got a Warrant against four Men for snatching her Pocket, and I said to her, Why should you be so severe, if I had been so severe to your Husband, it might have been worse for you, and Oak has ow'd me a Grudge ever since. - But if I am guilty, God Almighty-grant the Jury may find me so, and that I may suffer.
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<interp inst="t17340116-42-person358" type="gender" value="indeterminate"/> </persName> , and a pair of Silver Knee-buckles of my own, and these were all in my Breeches.</p>
<p>Court. And do ye know how they were taken out?</p>
<p>Edwards. She took them when I was asleep, for I pull'd off my Breeches, and the rest of my Things and went to Bed with her, and she took the Buckles out of my Shoes and another out of my Stock. But the Buttons were in my Shirt-sleeves and the Ring upon my Finger.</p>
<p>Court. Then there was nothing taken from your Person but the Ring and the Buckles?</p>
<p>Edwards. No, and when I waked in the Morning I mist my Things, and she was gone too. I enquired for her of the People of the House, and left Directions with them where I lived. And soon after, I heard she was in the Round-house. I went to her there, and she Confest she took the Things from me, and fell on her Knees before the Constable and asked pardon.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He has kept Company with me above a twelve-Month, and he knows very well that I am with Child by him.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173401160023"/>Edwards. I never saw her, to my Knowledge, before that time.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-42-person359" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On Saturday, the 5th of January, between 6 and 7 in the Morning, the Prisoner came to a Shop where I live, call'd for a Dram, and ask'd me to change her a Guinea. I said I could not, and then she gave me a Shilling to change. She shew'd me a Gold-seal, a Snuff-box, a Silver-watch, two Knee-buckles, two Shoe Buckles, and a pair of Stone-buttons.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-42-person360" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner took a Cellar next the Street, of my Father.</p>
<p>Court. Did she live in a Cellar then?</p>
<p>Edwards. Yes, her Lodgings were below Stairs.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-42-person361" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was sent for by Mr. Hadly at Mr. Nevil's the Red-Lion, in St. Giles's to take the Prisoner. I found upon her 8 Guineas, 3s. 6d. a Mother of
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<p>Edwards. I was told she gave the Seal to the Man at the Brandy-shop.</p>
<p>Davis. Yes, she gave it to me, and I deliver'd it to the Owner.</p>
<p>Allen. She told me she had the Money and Goods from a Man for lying with him 3 or 4 Nights at the Bell in Smithfield. I enquir'd there, but could hear nothing of her.</p>
<p>Court. Did she say, he gave them her, or that she took them?</p>
<p>Allen. He charged her with other things, and she said there was all she had; but did not say that he gave it her. Court. Did she kneel to you and ask pardon? Allen. No; but I saw her offer the Man who charg'd me with her, two Guineas to let her go.</p>
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<interp inst="t17340116-42-person363" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . About one a Clock a Saturday Morning, the Prisoner came into a Publick-house where I was, for a Pint of Beer, and ask'd if they could change a Guinea; she was answer'd, No. She lighted a Candle, and went out, some Body there said, she had a Watch, and a Snuff-box; upon which I follow'd her 4 or 5 Doors, and she went into another. I stood at the Door to listen, and heard a Woman's Voice, saying, Well, Grace, What have you got to Night? She answer'd, That as will fetch my Clothes out of pawn, and now I'll follow this Trade no more, but get into a Place and live honest. I suppose some Body there had got a Buckle from her, for I heard her say, Now I can bang you for taking that Buckle. She was ask'd how she could be so barbarous to serve the Man so? And she reply'd, I did it out of Spight, for when I had pick'd him up, and carry'd him to my Lodging, he could do nothing.</p>
<p>Prisoner. The first House where the Prosecutor lay with me, was the Coach and Horses in Bond-street. I am an Oyster-woman by Trade, and that Night as he lost his Things, I was sitting by Temple-Bar with my Goods, and he came out of the Devil-Tavern, and call'd, Here, you Oyster-woman! and I turning about, O, says he, is it you my Dear? How do you do ? Will you go and take a Night's Lodging with me? I said, No, and with that he threw my Oysters about the Street. You Villain you, says I, han't you done enough in getting me with Child, but you must throw my Goods away? Then he said, truly, that he'd make me any Satisfaction, and so he gave me a Crown for my Oysters, and follow'd me to my Cellar, where he would go to Bed, and there was another Woman with me, and I went out and left them together - When I was at the Red-Lion against Drury-Lane, Will. Adams, the Thief -catcher, told me, if I'd give him two Guineas he discharge me, and because I would not, he sent for Allen the Constable - When the last Witness follow'd me from the Coach and Horses Alehouse, where I went to change a Guinea, he went to put his Hands up my Coats, and ask'd me to go along with him; and when I was at the Brandy-shop, Davis bid me go backwards and warm myself, and he brought me half a Pint of Liquor, and begg'd the Seal of me, and said it was Brass; but when he found I would not part with it for nothing, he gave me a Shilling for it - If I would have spent the Money among these People, I should soon have been let loose again.</p>
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