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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173505220001"/>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 22d, Friday the 23d, and Saturday the 24th of May, 1735. in the Eight Year of His MAJESTY's Reign.</p>
<p>Being the Fifth SESSIONS in the Mayoralty of the Right Honourable Sir
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<p>NUMBER V.</p>
<p>Printed for J. ROBERTS, at the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane,</p>
<p>(Price Six Pence.)</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173505220002"/>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>Prisoner. Did you not charge others?</p>
<p>J. Gibson. I charged
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<p>Prisoner. Was there any Passengers in the Waggon?</p>
<p>J. Gibson. Yes; But I connot say how many.</p>
<p>P. Council. Did not you send a Bill of Parcels to the Prisoner?</p>
<p>J. Gibson. Yes; for it is a usual thing.</p>
<p>P. Council. Among the other Particulars in that Bill, Did you mention this Money?</p>
<p>J. Gibson. No; for I don't think it proper.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did you not in November last send me a Bill of Parcels, with advice of a parcel of Money that was coming?</p>
<p>J. Gibson. I might do so, for I have done it sometimes, but have oftner omitted it.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-1-person35" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I packed up the Money in the Waggon, and set out with it for London about twelve on Sunday Night, and am sure the Money was never stir'd till we came to Town, which was on the Friday following. For though there might be Passengers in the Waggon, yet they could not come at
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<interp inst="t17350522-1-person36" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> (one of them) said that he found the Saddle Bags at the bottom of the Pack, and thought they had been an old pair of Boots and so he delivered them to the next Man. For their Method is, to unload the Goods by the Waggon side, and deliver every Parcel single, to the Book-keeper, who sits in the Ware-house to take an account of them.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Were none of the Goods taken out in the Journey?</p>
<p>T. Gibson. We always have Way-Goods, as we call them, but these we put at the Tail of the Waggon.</p>
<p>William Mountain. Being acquainted with the Prisoner, on Sunday the twenty second of March, I fell into talk about this Money, and I said it was hard he could not find out who was concern'd in taking it. He said he had done all that he could, and more than any body was aware of: And that he had heard there was two Men and a Woman concern'd. I asked who they were. He said he could describe them, but did not think it proper; and that in a little time a Man would bring a Woman to Confession; and I should see some Person in Goal before the matter all came out.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did not I tell you at the same time how I came by this Intelligence? that I had it from the cunning Man at Wickham in Buckinghamshire; and did not John Gibson himself cunjure for the Thief, with the Book and Key?</p>
<p>W. Mountain.
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<interp inst="t17350522-1-person37" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> and the Prisoner proposed to go to Wickham to enquire after the cunning Man, and I went with them.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-1-person38" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . At the latter end of March, Gibson charged a Constable with the Prisoner. The Prisoner desired him to have patience and not send him to Goal, for before the end of next Month, he would have all his Money again.</p>
<p>Council. Aye, if the cunning Man spoke Truth.</p>
<p>Fry. I believe he might say that the cunning Man told him so.</p>
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<p>Council. What Money? The 500 Guineas that Gibson had lost?</p>
<p>Rustel. I cannot say as to that, but being in the Saracen's Head Inn Yard, I heard Gibson say to the Prisoner, Don't ruin me quite, let me have but half, or if that is too much, send me but 100 Guineas in a Box by any Messenger, and I'll take it without asking any Questions. The Prisoner answered, If you expect to have your Money again, you ought not to speak of it in a publick Yard but in a private Room. Then Gibson went away; the Prisoner said to me, I had rather quarrel with a Man of 100 a Year, than with my Master, because I have served him so long.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-1-person40" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The Prisoner's Wife lodges up one Pair of Stairs, and I lodge up two Pair in the same House. Between Christmas Day and New Year's Day, as I was going down for a Pail of Water, she call'd me into her Room, and said she'd shew me something to grease my Eyes with. So she went into a Closer, and took out a great Bag of Money and pour'd it into her Lap. She said there was about 300 Pound. It was all
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="173505220004"/> Gold, and she gave some of it to her Child to play with. I asked her whose it was? She said it was a Merchants, and her Husband was to pay it all away for him in a little time. I am glad of that, says I, for I have got a Pad-lock on my Door, and therefore if any Rogues should hear of so much Money in the House, they'll think its in my Room, and so I may be knock'd on the Head. My Husband coming home to Dinner, Edad she calls him in and shews him this Gold; but he loves to have me keep at home, and so says he, What a-pox do ye do out of your own Room? I went out a Nursing, and when I came home again the Prisoner's Wife said to me Ah, pox o' your Pad-lock! the Money's all gone.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-1-person41" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I came home to Tinner ant wass coing into my own Room, put the Prissoner's Wife callt to me and sait Here iss your coot Oman. So I hust her a pit, and ask her why a Tiffel she coudn't keep in her own Hapitation when I wanted my Tinner. So the Prissoners Wife prought out a pag with a crate teal of coolt in it. There was a crate many Pieces, a crate teal pigger as Guineas.</p>
<p>Council. This could not be the Money that Gibson lost, for that was all in Guineas.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-1-person42" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Ant she pickt out fourteen or fifteen of them crate Pieces, and kafe 'em to the Chilt to truntle apout the Room. Where a Cots Name, says I, did you ket all this Money? O says she, It is none of ours, put my Uspant is to pay it away for a Merchant.</p>
<p>The Prisoner's Defence.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-8-person81" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . She came to my House on Tuesday Night with a black Eye, and complained that a Man in the Fields had beat her, and trod on her Belly. On Wednesday she lay a-bed all Day, and at Night Ann Newby asked if a poor Woman was there. The Deceas'd said, a Quart of Blood came from her, and she was worse than when she lay in. On Thursday she said she'd see for the Man (she did not then know his Name.) On Saturday Night she had taken him, and he had made it up. She went out at six on Sunday Morning, and at ten the same Morning she was found dead in a Stable.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-8-person82" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . She got a Warrant against the Prisoner for assaulting her, it was served at the New Tavern in Kensington. When she came there and saw him, he asked her if he was the Man. She said, she did not know, but it was one whose Name was Will. Ruberry, and he had beat her with a Hoe and stampt upon her. The Prisoner said he had only whipt her. They went before Justice Vincent, where the matter was made up upon the Prisoners paying her six Shillings. On Sunday Noon the Beadle came and told me she was dead.</p>
<p>Surgeon. I examined the Body. On the lower Part of the Belly which we call the Pubis I found a Bruise externally. And opening the Part I found a quantity of extravasated Blood and Matter about the Gut, we call the Rectum - She was a distemper'd pocky Body.</p>
<p>Jury-man. Might that Blood be occasion'd by Blows?</p>
<p>Surgeon. Yes. I believe Blows might be the cause of the Vessels breaking.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-8-person84" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> quarrel'd in Holland Walk. The Deceas'd held up a Knife at Morris, and Morris hit her a slap o'the Face, and so the Deceas'd fell into Fits and foam'd at the Mouth.</p>
<p>Fox. I saw the same, and know the Deceas'd was subject to Fits.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-8-person86" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . At seven o'Clock on Sunday Morning, she had a Dram of Gin at my House; I saw she was in Liquor, and she wanted to light her Pipe, but I bid her go about her business, for I had other Company and did not want such Cattle - She was a drunken quarrelsome Creature.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-8-person88" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , - Gains, and - Harrison, gave the Prisoner the Character of a laborious careful honest quiet Man. and not inclinable to be quarrelsome.</p>
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<p>10, 11.
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<p>Mr. Merchant. I lost a Pestle and Mortar, and it was brought home again, but I neither know who stole it, or who brought it back.</p>
<p>Morgan Jenkins. I was at the Prisoner's House in Compton Street, when his Kinswoman Mary brought down the Pestle and Mortar, and delivered them to a Man to carry to Mr. Merchant's House, which was about two hundred Yards off; and in about three Minutes I saw the same Pestle and Mortar at Mr. Merchant's - And I saw a fourteen Pound Leaden Weight carried from the Prisoner's Shop to Mr. Anterack's - The Prisoner's was not present when either of these Goods were delivered back; for there being a Warrant against him he absconded.</p>
<p>Mr. Anterack. I lost a fourteen Pound Leaden Weight; and
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<p>Mr J. Deveil. Jenkins was convicted on Saxon's Evidence. The Prisoner absconded, and was not to be found in four Months. Saxon being very sick in Prison, I discharged him. But he afterwards came voluntarily to me, and I bound a Person in forty Pounds for Saxon's Appearance - There lies the Recognizance.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-18-person143" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Constable. The Bail for Saxon told me yesterday, that the Prisoner had sent a Man from Newgate to bribe Saxon to keep out of the way - I took up the Prisoner with Justice Deveil's Warrant, and carried him to the Justice's House. The Justice not being at home, I went to fetch Saxon, and when I returned I found Major Barnwell there. He took me into the Justice's Parlor, and putting his Hand into mine, he said, Be easy, be favourable, let the Man go, and I'll give ye what ye will, and be a Friend to you as long as you live - I charg'd him with this before Mr. Justice Deveil's Face.</p>
<p>Court to M. Barnwell. What do you say to this, Sir? You ought to know 'tis a great Offence to endeavour to screen any Person from Justice.</p>
<p>Major Barnwell. I never intended it, but thought the Man was innocent.</p>
<p>Court. Sir, You have been too busy-You ought to be indicted.</p>
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<p>Major Barnwell. He worked for me at my House, and behaved extraordinary well, but there's no Man without Enemies.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-19-person160" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> ) a little behind me I was met by the Prisoners and other Fellows. One of them (in a Jockey's Black Cap) struck me on the Breast and collar'd me; and just as I was falling, the Prisoner Sutton came up and took out my Watch. I mist it immediately, and said, he has got my Watch. Thereupon Hoxson went to the end of Red-Lyon-Street and call'd for help. When I was down, Sutton beat me violently, and the Prisoner Godson step'd up, and said, Sir, you have dropt your Watch in the Scuffle, and so he gave it me again. Company coming up, a Brick-layer said, Ye Dogs, do you rob at this time o' Day? I'll run my Trowel in your Guts. One Man collar'd Sutton, and then I ran to call a Constable.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-19-person162" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , a Poulterer in Holborn) sent into Red Lyon Street to see for this Gentleman (the Prosecutor.) I found him there, and he said, if I'd go to the Three Tuns, he'd make me drink: I went with him, and coming to a Pond, we met four Fellows, who said to one another, He's drunk. Damn 'em, says the Prosecutor, What would they be at? Damn ye, says he in the Black Cap, Will ye fight? and so stripping back his Coat, he struck the Prosecutor on the Breast. Then Sutton took the Prosecutor's Watch, and put it into his own Pocket. I desired them not to hurt the Gentleman, because he was in drink, though he was not quite drunk, for he could walk very well.</p>
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<p>Sutton. The Prosecutor had insulted me, and I pulled off my Coat to fight him.</p>
<p>Plunket. I did not see that the Prosecutor made any resistance.</p>
<p>Mr. Elkins. Going into Lamb's Conduit-Fields, I stood up a little for a Shower of Rains when the Prosecutor went by me. I followed and saw four Men about him; a Man and a Woman came by and said, There's a Man has been robb'd, and will be murdered. I ran towards them with my Trowel in my Hand, and called to Plunket to come along with the Pistols. When we came up, two of them got away, but the two Prisoners staid, and Sutton collar'd the Prosecutor, and threw him on the Grass.</p>
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<p>Another Witness deposed to the same purpose.</p>
<p>Then Sutton's Confession taken May 14. before
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<p>I and Godson, Stockton and Benyan, met about two in the Afternoon at Lloyd's, the Sun and Horshoe in Dyer's Street, and there agreed to go into the Fie'ds and rob. From Lloyd's we went to an opposite Brandy Shop, and thence to an infamous House the Two Fighting Cocks at the Brill, kept by Taylor alias Pritchard. Going thence we met with the Prosecutor: One of us (who was in a Black Cap) fell upon him: I took his Watch and put it into my Waistcoat Pocket; but People coming up, and the Watch String hanging out, I threw the Watch on the Ground. Godson took it up, and gave it to the Prosecutor, that the Prosecutor might not think he belonged to our Company.</p>
<p>Sutton. I was drunk when I made that Confession, and the Thief Takers persuaded me to say any thing.</p>
<p>Mr.Justice Polson. He was sober - I bid him not be deceived, for it was an Examination, and not an Information - He read it over himself before he sign'd it.</p>
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<p>6th. For
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<p>First, Second, and Third Indictments.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-20-person186" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> at the Black Horse Inn in the Broad Way, Westminster, where my Horse and Gregory's stood. The Prisoner told us he had worked at Edgware, and had shod this Farmer (the Prosecutor's) Horses, and that he was worth a good deal of Money, and it was by his Advice that we went thither. The Prisoner and I, and Rose went out first; Turpin and Fielder follow'd, and overtook us on the Road; we drank two or three Pots at the Bowl and Skettle on the Hill on this side Edgware. Thence we went to the Queen's Head at Stanmore, where we drank Beer, and eat Bacon and Eggs for Supper. We set out again between six and seven. I believe it wanted but a small matter of seven, and so rode into the Farmer (Lawrence's) Grounds, as I suppose they were, and tyed up our Horses within a Quarter of a Mile of his House. Hearing the Boy calling up the Sheep, we staid a little and then went forward, and Fielder jumpt over a sort of a half Door and seiz'd the Sheep-boy, and tyed his Hands, and bid him go to his Master's Door and knock, and answer to any Body that asked who was there. He knock'd, a servant Man open'd the Door; I and Rose and the Prisoner had two Pistols each, but I think that Turpin and Fielder had but one a-piece. We all rush'd in; we bound the Boy again (for we had unbound him) and then we bonnd the Man and the Maid. I stood over them, while the others carried up the Old Man to make him shew them the House. All the Money that I saw was three Guineas, two Half Crowns and eighteen Pence. The Prisoner
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<p>Court. Did she say by force?</p>
<p>Wheeler. I did not hear her say so. We put the Linnen in Sacks - the Plate I believe they put in their Pockets - and carried all to our Horses. We came home about eleven, and next Day we divided our Booty. Rose gave us fifteen Shillings for all the Linnen, and he likewise bought of us the two handled Silver Cup, three Gold Rings, three Silver Spoons. but I can't say now for how much; and Mrs. Rose made them off for him. The Prisoner, as we were going home, told us, I believe twenty times, that he had lain with the Maid in the Garret.</p>
<p>Court. Did he say by force?</p>
<p>Wheeler. He said, he bolted the Garret Door, and laid a Pistol on the Bed while he lay with her.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I don't deny that I was with them at the Prosecutor's House, but I had nothing that came from thence, for they were taken that Day sennight.</p>
<p>Wheeler. He was with us when we divided the Money, and had his part, and perhaps more than I, for they cheated me in every respect; so that out of sixty Pounds, I had but four.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I ought to have had my share of whatever was taken - though I cannot say that any thing was taken, for I went no farther than just within the Door where I stood to watch.</p>
<p>Court. But when they went away, Did you see no Sacks carried out?</p>
<p>Prisoner. Not to my knowledge.</p>
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<p>Court. How did he force you? Were you drest or undrest?</p>
<p>D. Street. I was drest. He pull'd up my Coats and took out what he - and - into me. And he push'd as hard as ever he could for the Life and Soul of him.</p>
<p>Court. Did you perceive -?</p>
<p>D. Street. Yes; And then he asked me if ever I was lain with before? and I said, No. And then he let me go down; and I cry'd, and one of them said, What's the Matter? and I said, one of your Men has lain with me.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-20-person189" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep the Queen's Head at Stanmore. On the fourth of February five Men came to my House; Wheeler was one of them, and I believe the Prisoner was another. They staid a little above an Hour, and went away at four or five Minutes past seven. They turned towards London, which is the way to Farmer Lawrence's House.</p>
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<p>Archelaus Pullen. The Day after the Prisoner came to Town, I went to see him in Newgate. He told me he lay with the Girl; but that she was either as willing as he, or else she was afraid; for he said he had two Pistols and laid them down by her. He confest likewise that he was concern'd in the Robbery.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I have no Witnesses, nor one Friend in the World, and so I must leave it to the Court.</p>
<p>Then the Witnesses against the Prisoner for breaking and entring the House of William Francis, and stealing the Goods and Money, and for assaulting and robbing the said William Francis, were called and appeared. +</p>
<p>+ See the Trial of Fielder, Rose, Walker, and Bush, for the same Burglary and Robbery, in March last. Sessions Paper Number 3. Page 56.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I'l give the Court and the Jury no farther trouble. I own I was at that House, and took the Money and Goods, and had two Guineas for my Share.</p>
<p>Court. What do you say as to stealing the Horse?</p>
<p>Prisoner. I am guilty of that too - My Lord, there are two Gold Watches in the Custody of Sir
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<p>Court. Are they part of the Goods for which you are indicted?</p>
<p>Prisoner. No; One was Sir
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<p>Court. Then they are not before this Court, and we can make no Order about them.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Besides, they took my Silver Buckles (which cost me 18 s.) out of my Shoes, and took away all my Linnen, in Winchester Goal.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Did not you deliver the Horses to me to carry them to Cheshunt Marsh?</p>
<p>Beckley. Yes; The Prisoner was my next Door Neighbour in Carbuncle Street in Chesunt.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. The Prosecutor gave me leave to put the Horses in the Marsh.</p>
<p>Court. But who gave you leave to take them out?</p>
<p>Prisoner. Really I can't tell that.</p>
<p>Mr. Taverner. The Prisoner was my Tenant at forty five Shillings a Year, I thought him a very honest Man.</p>
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<p>The Confession was read to this Effect:</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I never had his Money nor nothing like it, but I took him up for robbing me.</p>
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<p>Prisoner That's a damned Lye.</p>
<p>C. Poland. Then you have Money? says I. Aye, says he I have three Guineas, but if Mackenzy should swear me say so, he'd swear it was his.</p>
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<interp inst="t17350522-24-person223" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On May Day, about one o'Clock, the Prisoner arrested the Prosecutor for a hundred Pound, and I was his Bail. I parted with Prosecutor at the Turnpike. And going home to Chelsea, the Prisoner and his Wife - or Mistress, Macdonal - </p>
<p>Mackenzy. She's as much his Wife as mine-she put him in the Crown Office.</p>
<p>Horrocks. Be she his Wife or be she not. I was going over the Field, at five or between five and six o'Clock, he and she crost over the Field to me; and he asked me, why I was for Mackenzy? and who was Bail with me? for says he. all his Money is exhausted</p>
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<p>Mackenzy. What occasion had I to make my
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<p>Court. Did not you help to put him in?</p>
<p>Mrs. Taylor, Last Midsummer, the Prosecutor swore Robbery against me and my Son (a Child of thirteen Years old) and has brought us into a Law for near a Year, and almost ruin'd us - And just now as I was coming up to swear, he told me I had broke my Articles.</p>
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<p>Easton. Was there no other Lighter?</p>
<p>Lewis. Yes; there was a Chalk Lighter.</p>
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<p>Joyner. We had no Oars at that time.</p>
<p>Jones. May be so - But you said so for all that.</p>
<p>J. Swainson. There were fifty two Pieces of Logwood, and one piece of Redwood, taken out of the Ware House, and left at the Edge of the Wharf. The Logwood weigh'd fifteen Hundred, one Quarter, and twenty one Pound, and was worth ten Shillings a Hundred.</p>
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<p>But he being convicted on the former Indictments, the Court thought it unnecessary to try him on this.</p>
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<p>Pinchbeck. I have subsisted this Woman these fourteen Years, because she was a poor Widow, and I was willing to relieve the Widow and the Fatherless; I have lent at times twenty or thirty Pounds and never took a Farthing Interest.</p>
<p>S. Wright. But you sold Wine and -</p>
<p>Pinchbeck. I lent her thirty Shillings when she put her Boy 'Prentice to a Weaver in Bridewell, and when he came out of his Time, I lent her seven Pound to buy him a Loom. She was seven Years in paying me four Pound nine Shillings - I lent her thirty Shillings but last Christmas, and she beg'd me to make it up four Pound. And when she should have paid me, she was arrested by a Tally Man: Upon which her Son came and intruded on my Goodness for twenty Shillings more to help her out.</p>
<p>After this, she offer'd me twenty seven Shillings towards the five Pound, and promis'd to pay me the rest Weekly, and accordingly, she was to have brought me nineteen Shillings on the Day she says I robb'd her. But she brought no more than thirteen Shillings which she put into my Hand; and as I was telling it, she said, Hold! I have given you too much, and so she catch'd it all out of my Hand again, and desired me to let her have a Crown of it. How can you say there's too much? Says I, when I ought to have eighteen Shillings. God D - ye, for a Bitch, says she, and catches up a Quart Pot, I'll split your Scull. But my Maid stepping between. I got no Mischief. This was on the eighth of March, and on the sixteenth, I arrested her, upon which, Lawyer Theobald put it into her Head
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<p>S. Wright. When she lent me Money, she made me spend good part of it at her House in Brandy and Wine.</p>
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<p>S. Wright. She's a Tally Woman.</p>
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<p>Dr. - She lives just by me in Field Lane, and has as honest a Character as any Woman in England - She has been my Patient these twenty Years.</p>
<p>Mr. Roundtree. She has large Dealings, and a very honest Character.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. By what Light did you see me?</p>
<p>E. Cresswell. I could not preserve (observe) him by Day Light, but there was a Light at my Master's Door - And I saw him next Morning in the Compter in the same dress.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I came drunk from the Green Dragon in Moor Fields; I quarrelled with a Man in Broad Street; he knocked me down, and when I came, to my Senses, I found my self in the Compter.</p>
<p>Compton again. I was at the Door not ten Minutes before, and there was no Disturbance.</p>
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<p>Daniel Owen. I am a Watch Man by St Paul's. My Master Mr. Atkins, the Constable, charged me with the Prisoner, by the King's Arms Tavern. She run as far as the Paul's Head. and fell down, and then I took her up and carried her to the Compter: and as I was putting her in at the Compter Gate. she turned about and gave me two hearty Knocks, and made my Nose bleed - But I believe she was in Liquor, or else she would not have served me so.</p>
<p>Prisoner. This Fellow laid hold of me, and swore he'd carry me to the Compter; I asked him for what? he said he had Orders for it, and that was enough. Well then, says I, let me go quietly. D - Ye for B - , says he, I ll lug ye along as I think fit. You dirty Dog, says I, what do ye mean by that? I'll go as I please - Why how now ye F -? Do you resist Authority? I am the King's Servant - You the King's Servant, ye Scrub Rascal? - Then he took me a Knock. I told him he had no business to strike me. He said he would if he pleas'd. I assured him I should take the liberty of striking again, for all his Authority, and so I did. But what harm did I do him? Let him shew his Marks, if he has any.</p>
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<p>Court. Did you inform these three Boys of what the Prisoner had done to?</p>
<p>Holloway. Yes; and I carried them with me on purpose to take him.</p>
<p>Court. Are any of them here?</p>
<p>Holloway. No.</p>
<p>Court. Is the Maid at the Ale House here? or the Man at the lvy House?</p>
<p>Holloway No.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He told the Justice that he acquainted those Boys, with it, but when the Justice asked the Boys, they said they knew nothing of it.</p>
<p>Holloway. I told the Boys that I took out with me; but not the Boys that run with me.</p>
<p>Prisoner. You spoke of none but the three Boys that came out with you, for you said, they follow'd us to the Ivy House.</p>
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<p>Court. Did he run?</p>
<p>Williams. No; he walk'd pretty fast, but Holloway. himself, could not say before the Justice that he run. Holloway was not always in the same Story about the three Boys, and they contradicted one another.</p>
<p>Several Witnesses deposed they had known the Prisoner twenty or thirty Years that he bore the Character of a very honest sober Man, and they never heard that he was guilty of any such Indecencies.</p>
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<p>Middlesex, To wit.</p>
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<p>Sworn the Day and Year before, before me</p>
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<p>Middlesex to wit.</p>
<p>THE Voluntary Confession of
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<p>This Examinant further says, that his Piece being loaded with Powder only, he put in a running Ball. and prim'd the said Piece with fresh Powder with an intent to kill his said Mother.'</p>
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<p>Taken before me, the seventh Day of March, 1735.</p>
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