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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="174010150001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SESSIONS of PEACE, Oyer and Terminer, FOR THE CITY of LONDON, AND Country of MIDDLESEX, ON
<p>WEDNESDAY the 15th, THURSDAY the 16th, FRIDAY the 17th, and SATURDAY the 18th of October.</p>
<p>In the 14th Year of His MAJESTY'S Reign.</p>
<p>BEING THE</p>
<p>Eighth SESSIONS in the MAYORALTY</p>
<p>OF THE</p>
<p>Right Honble. Sir
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<p>LORD-MAYOR of the CITY of LONDON.</p>
<p>Printed, and Sold by T. COOPER, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row .</p>
<p>[Price Six-pence.]</p>
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<p>Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, For the CITY of LONDON, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable Sir
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<interp inst="f17401015-1-person2" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Knight, Lord Mayor of the City of London, the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice LEE , the Right Honourable the Lord Chief
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>Nathanael Symson ,</p>
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<p>Prisoner. There was a Man in the Kitchen that sells Stockings about the Streets, and several other People, and they might take it as well as I.</p>
<p>Gladman. I saw it there after he was gone, and there was nobody else in the Room, but a young Woman, who is a Lodger, and was called down to the Prisoner, because she said she wanted a Servant.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-2-person38" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was at Dinner in the Fore-Room, when Mrs Gladman came to the Door with the Prisoner, to shew her the Way to Charing Cross. I saw her then, and am positive she is the same Person. I met her in the Street the Tuesday following, and took her. She said when I stopped her, that she was not the Woman, and that she knew not the House.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-2-person39" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I lodge in the House, Mr Gladman called me down to the Prisoner, who said she wanted a Servant. My Sister, who was out of Place, was not then at home, and the Prisoner promised to call again the next Day. There was nobody in the Room while I was there but the Prisoner, Mrs Gladman , and I; the Stocking-Man was gone before I came down Stairs, and then I saw 2 Tankards in the Kitchen.</p>
<p>Prisoner. The Woman of the House stood talking with me a great while at the Door, before I went away; and while I was in the Kitchen, there were several People there. When this Man stopped me, I was going there again, and I said, I knew nothing at all of the Tankard.
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<interp inst="t17401015-4-person51" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On Sunday Morning, the last Day of August, the Watchman (Falconer) brought the Prisoner to me, and charged me with him. I desired him to confess who was with him, when he took the Lead. He said that one Brown, and one Ford, took the Lead from the Alms-houses, rolled it up, and carried it behind the School; that one of them gave him this Lead, and bid him go forward with it. I carried the Prisoner to the Gate-house, and went to look for the other 2 Men; but we never could take them: There had been Lead stole from the Alms-houses, and some of this Lead match'd with the Place; but he never would tell us where the other came from.</p>
<p>Mr Ilsley. I know the Alms-houses to be the Property of the Dean of Westminster, and the Dean of the Chapel-Royal, during the Time of their being Deans; it is an Estate of 52 l. a Year, Fee-Farm, which was left by Will in the Year 1682; and the Alms-houses were left under their Direction, but the Will is not here.
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<p>Prisoner. I was coming along, and a Man said, my Lad, I will give you a Shilling to carry these Things to the Haymarket; and I was going with them: but he is not here, nor any Body that saw him give them to me.
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<p>William Phillips. I live in Craven-Buildings: On the 29th of September, about 6 or 7 o'clock, I was shutting up my Shop, and saw a Man take a Piece of linnen Cloth off the Counter; a Gentlewoman, coming by, told me which Way he ran; I pursued him, and he was taken in Wych-street; I believe him to be the Person, for he had the same coat on then, as he has now. The cloth was dropped within 20 Yards of the Place where he was taken.</p>
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<persName id="t17401015-7-person65"> Mary Owen
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<p>Theophilus Swift . On the 16th of September , about eleven at Night, as I was coming through
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<p>Prisoner. Ask him, whether he was sober at this time?</p>
<p>Swift . I was; that declares itself, otherwise I could not have missed the Watch so soon.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Ask him, if he did not say, he could not tell which of the Men took his Watch?</p>
<p>Swift . No, I always said he was the Person; I saw his Hand go down to my Pocket, and when he drew it out, I felt him.</p>
<p>Prisoner. By what Circumstances is he sure that I am the Man?</p>
<p>Swift . The Man that put his Hand down to my Pocket, was the Person I pursued.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-8-person69" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was with the Prosecutor when this happened, and saw the 2 Men come along; I gave Way to them: The Prisoner ran against Swift, and he immediately said, the Villain is gone with my Watch; I followed him through an Alley, and half Way up another, he fell over two or three Steps, and then I laid hold on him; he cry'd out he was robbed of his Hat and Wig, which were lost in the Fall; the Watch was found lying not a Yard and half from the Prisoner. I am sure the Man that came up to the Prosecutor is the same Person I took; for there was nobody between him and me all the Pursuit.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Ask him whether it is probable that I could throw the Watch away, when he followed me so close?</p>
<p>Thompson. By the Force of the Fall, the Watch might fly out of his Hand.</p>
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<p>Defence . I was going through the Yard, in my Way home, and saw the Prosecutor, and that Gentleman together; a Person came up, and jostled Mr. Swift , and ran away; I ran after him up this Alley, and in the Pursuit I fell down, and they came and took me.</p>
<p>The Reverent Mr
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<interp inst="t17401015-9-person79" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner, and I, and one Coates, went from London on Monday 7-night, with a Design to rob Mr. Hart's House; but being disappointed there, we went to Mr. Finch's at next Door. The Wall of the House had been broken before, and some Boards nail'd over it: We broke them down, I went into the House, and handed the Goods out to the Prisoner, who stood at the Hole, packed them up, and brought them away. The next Morning the Prisoner, and Coates sold them to one Jonathan in Fleet Lane, for 14 s. 6 d. and divided the Money between us.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-9-person80" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On the 8th of this Month, Mr Finch told me, he had been robb'd, and that the Prisoner, and another had been seen in his Yard, at 10 o'clock that Night. I went to several Places, and at last found him in an empty House in Maiden head-Court, in Aldersgate-Street: we took him to the Watch-House, and there he deny'd it. The next Morning after this, the Evidence Scabrooke sent for me, and told me, he would make an open Confession; when the Prisoner heard of this, he desired to be admitted an Evidence himself, and did confess this very Robbery, in the same Manner as Sea-brooke has mentioned.</p>
<p>Prisoner. This Man asked me to be an Evidence; I told him, I knew nothing at all of the Matter, so he went and got that Lad, and made him one. My Aunt promised to appear for me; but I believe she is not here now. Please to enquire into this Fellow's Character.
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<p>Hollrina. On Michaelmas Day I was going up
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<interp inst="t17401015-10-person90" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> fellow, Watchman. I was standing at the End of White-Horse-Yard, and saw the Woman run out of Clare-Court, toward Wych-Street, and the Man after her; he called Watch, I immediately pursued her, and took her, and when the Prosecutor came up, he charged me with her; She is the same Woman that I saw the Prosecutor pursue, and a good Pair of Heels she has; I believe she would make shift to run 20 Miles before I could run 15. She denied she had the Watch before the Justice, but she was not searched.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Ask him whether I did not go with him readily?</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-10-person91" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was at my Stand, and hearing a Noise, went to see what it was, and saw this Woman running; my Brother Watchman stopped her, and I don't remember that she desired to be searched. When she was taken, she called me an hundred Irish Dogs, but I don't mind that, tho' I am an Englishman. The Prosecutor had no Hat on.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He stopped me in a clandestine Manner, I cry'd out Murder, and the Watch came and carried me to the Round-House, and he said, he was robbed of his Watch and Hat; I offered to strip from Top to Toe, but they would not let me.
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<p>Prisoner. I told the Prosecutor's Wife, that I would find out where they were; for I did not do it with Intent to defraud any body, but would have put them in the Place again.</p>
<p>Adderson. I believe her to be very honest before this. I had known her before, so enquired no Character of her when she came to my House.
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<p>Smith. I lost 15 s. 6 d. out of my Trunk. The Prisoner had lodg'd with me all the Summer. I went out in the Morning, the 1st of September, and left him a-bed; and when I came home, my Trunk was broke open, and my Money gone. The Prisoner was taken the 26th, and confessed the Fact before Justice Frazier, but would not sign any Confession. I saw it in the Trunk, and told it before I went out that Morning.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-12-person100" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prosecutor and this Boy lodg'd in my House. Upon Smith's telling me that he had lost his Money, I went after the Prisoner to several Places, and at last found him on Walham Green : He owned he took the Money, and begg'd Pardon, and said, he was willing to work it out. I never knew him guilty or any Thing like this before .
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<p>Bezer Blundell. I was going along Russel street the 3d of October, and the Prisoner came to me, and desired me to go along with her, and treat her: I told her I had but one Halfpenny, but I went with her to one Gerrard's, in
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<p>Prisoner. He came to me, and offered me 5 l. to tell him where it was, and said, I was very like the Woman who took it.</p>
<p>Blundell. I did tell her, I would not appear against her, if she would tell me where it was: there was no Indecency passed between us, and I had very little Conversation with her, for I had not been with her above five Minutes, before she took my Watch.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never saw the Man in all my Life, till he came to the Goal, and offered me 5l. to tell him of any Body that had got his Watch; I have had my Friends here these 4 or 5 Days, but they are gone now.
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<p>Mr Mason. I went with Shumaker into the Kitchen, and saw these Things ty'd up ready to be gone; there was a piece of Beef in one Parcel, and Bread, Butter, Cheese, and all Manner of Things, and Candles with them. I went into the little House, and looked down with a candle, but saw nothing; I got a Pick-Axe, and opened it, and then we saw a Body; we pulled it out, and laid it on the gravel Walk; it seemed to be without Life or Motion; we got some pails of Water, and threw on it, when it moved, and we then perceived it to be a Woman: we got some Brandy for her, but we were obliged to force her Mouth open to make her take it, and then she came to herself. Some Neighbours came in, and cleaned her, and brought her to her Speech. The Prisoner had lived with me as a Servant about six Weeks, when I lived in this House. I left it in July, and have never spoken to her from that Time to this. She confessed before Justice Dennet, that 2 Men and a Boy were with her, that the Servants coming down at 3 o'clock surprized them, and the Men made out at the Door, and she went backwards; whence not being able to escape, she chose rather to perish in the Vault than be taken.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Are you sure I am the Woman?</p>
<p>Frazier. Yes, I am certainly sure of it.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I fancy you must be mistaken; pray don't take a false Oath: When you saw me in the Compter did you know me?</p>
<p>Frazier. Yes; and I said, that is the Woman who robb'd me.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I know nothing of what the Gentleman accuses me, and the Room was as common to every Body as it was to me; I have lost several Things out of it myself.</p>
<p>Morris. She had a Key to the Door, and might refuse any Body's coming in.</p>
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<p>William Silver was called and sworn.</p>
<p>Couns. Go to the Bar, and see if you know that Man.</p>
<p>Silver. That is the Man: He met me by Milford-Lane, and gave me a Bobb on the Shoulder; I turn'd to see who it was, O, says he, I beg your Pardon. I thought it had been somebody else; but I can hardly believe my Eyes: Pray, What Countryman are you? I told him I was Berkshire; Why, says he, I came from High-Wicomb myself: Pray, Who do you know there? Said I, I know Mr.
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<p>Couns. Who was to have the Bag, before the Wager was laid?</p>
<p>Silver. I was to keep the Money, and had it in my possession till it was taken away. When he had put his Money into my Bag, I put it on the Table before me, and I am sure there was nobody else in the Room, but the Maid, who brought in a Pint of Beer.</p>
<p>Couns. What became of the Stranger?</p>
<p>Silver. We left him at the Feathers, while we went for the Money. I never saw him afterwards.</p>
<p>Couns. Was you to have any Part of this Wager?</p>
<p>Silver. No: The Wager was between the Prisoner and the Stranger, I had nothing at all to do with it.</p>
<p>Couns. On your Oath, Was your Money ever in the Prisoner's Custody?</p>
<p>Silver. Not, till it was taken away by him.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Q. How came you to borrow Money for a Person you knew nothing of? Suppose the Stranger had won, Who was to have had the Money?</p>
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<p>Couns. What was the Prisoner's Money, Gold or Silver?</p>
<p>Silver. There was some Gold, and some Silver, but I can't say what Pieces they were. His Money and mine were mixed, and told together.</p>
<p>The Counsel for the Prisoner, here made an Objection in Point of Law. That as the Money was borrowed to serve the Prisoner, and as the Prosecutor depended upon him for the Re-payment of it, this Fact could not be deem'd Felony.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. They lay Things to my charge which I know nothing of: I broke no Locks, and the Window was down.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Ask her if I took the Coat and Hat?</p>
<p>Robottom. No; but I have seen the Prisoner in company with the Man that took them. The Man who took them had a Grey coat and a Leather Apron on.</p>
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<p>John Johnson. This Woman picked me up one Saturday-Night, about 11 o'clock, in
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<persName id="t17401015-29-person194"> Josh. Rinstead
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<interp inst="t17401015-29-person194" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On Sunday Morning about 6 weeks ago, the Prisoner was swearing in St Ann's-Lane , that she had got good Gold and Silver, and good cloaths, since she came out of Newgate : I went into King-street, and met with the Prosecutor, who told me he had been robb'd; I followed the Woman immediately, and took her with the Goods upon her.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-29-person195" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . On Sunday Morning the 6th of September, the Prisoner knocked at my Door, and told me, she was come to pay me the 6 d. she borrowed of me; she gave me a Shilling, I could not give her change, so would have given it her again, but she would not take it. She opened her Hand, and I saw a Guinea in it, I asked her how she came by it? and she said, her Brother had sent her more Money besides that; but she had spent it, and she gave it me to keep for her.</p>
<p>Prisoner . I was coming along King-street, and this Man overtook me; he asked me to go along with him, for he had a House full of Lodgers, and no Wife, nor any body to clean his House: I went home with him, and he gave me a gown and coat, and I was to work it out. I never was in his House before, how then could I find the way out of it in the dark?</p>
<p>Johnson. I gave her nothing but some Small-Beer, and a Pipe of Tobacco.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I have no witnesses. There is my Mistress, she knows I never wrong'd her of a Pin.</p>
<p>Fulner. She was always honest to me.
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<p>Prisoner's Q. Did not you threaten me, that you would go to a Conjurer about the Money?</p>
<p>Mrs Hewitt. No; her Mother went to one they call a Cunning-Man .</p>
<p>Prisoner's Q. Was I in my Senses when I made this confession?</p>
<p>Mrs Hewitt. I believe, I have several Gentlemen here, who heard, and saw her Actions, and know that she was not at all disordered.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Q. Why did not you charge the Women, who were in the Vault, with this Fact?</p>
<p>Carpenter. They had no Business in the Room, from whence the Money was taken.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Q. Were there not some odd Methods made use of to discover the Thief?</p>
<p>Carpenter. I did cover a Table with Soot, and made all the Maids come in, and lay their Hands on it, and told them, that the guilty Person would be black'd; but all their Hands were footed. I imagined that the Person that was guilty should pass by without touching the Table, for fear of being blacked. This was done without Mrs Hewitt's Knowledge.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-30-person202" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . When the Prisoner was suspected, I told her she might as well own where the Money was, if she knew any Thing of it: She said, that when I was coming into the Parlour she knew my Step, and could hardly get the Bureau shut down before I came in; that she had the Money in her Hand when I came in, and that she laid it on the lower Stairs, but afterwards put it down the little House, and the Bag after it - I know of no Threats that were made Use of to make her confess.</p>
<p>- Hoskins . She confessed to me, that there were three Sorts of Gold, and some Silver, two of the Sorts she did not know the Value of. I am a Servant in the House.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never mentioned any such Word, for I knew nothing at all of the Money.</p>
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<p>Mr Wilson. I knew her when she was Mr Miller's Servant; I am a Dealer in Hair, and have trusted her in my Apartment, and she never wronged me of any Thing.</p>
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<p>Mrs Woodward . I know her to be a very honest young Woman, and never stained her Character.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Ask him, whether there was a Lamp at the corner where he took hold of me?</p>
<p>Mr Hayes . There was a Lamp by which I could see him.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. He says he catched hold of me, seeing the Handkerchief thrown away; it is a very strange Thing if it had been on the Ground that the Lamp should not shew it.
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<interp inst="t17401015-32-person216" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The two Prisoners and I, one Night about five Weeks ago, were in King street and saw this coat hanging on a chair , through the Window; we attempted to open the Door once or twice, but there was a Woman in a Back Room, who prevented us; at last we did get it open, Beale went in, took the coat, and brought it out; Bristow stood at the Door, and took it out of his Hand. We went with Intent to get some Hats, but could not. I was just come from Work, and met Beale, in Wardour-street , and knew that they intended to go out. When Beale went into the Shop, I was on the other Side of the court; it is a new court, and this House is the corner. We carried the coat that Night to Bristow's House, and they said, that in the Morning they sold it to Mrs Chandler for Half-a-crown. Beale is a Shoemaker, the other is a Carman; I have been with them before on these Occasions.</p>
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<p>Prisoner Beale. I never was out with this Man in my Life. I never saw him above 3 Times.</p>
<p>Bristow. I never saw him before in my Life.</p>
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<interp inst="t17401015-32-person220" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> (for Bristow). He is a very honest Man, as far as I know, I have known him almost 2 Years. He is a Carman, a very pains-taking Man, and works early and late.</p>
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<p>Prisoner, Ask him, if he did not order his Sister to buy a Hundred weight of Lead of my Brother?</p>
<p>Machen . I do allow my Sister to buy Lead in the Shop, but not knowing it to be stole.</p>
<p>Richard Seller. One of these Pumps is mine, I lost it out of my Yard on Saturday Night, or Sunday Morning; it is mark'd 1689, W.S.I. I saw the Prisoner about the House at 10 o'clock that Night.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I was coming from Billingsgate, and met this other Man, and the 2 Porters; he asked me to go with him to sell some Lead, and said, he had it from Gravesend, but he is run away. I knew nothing of it's being stole.</p>
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<p>Constable . I searched the Prisoner's House, and found these Things up one pair of Stairs, in the Room where she lay; the Wainscot was a little crack'd, but I did not take much notice of it.</p>
<p>Prisoner. She says, she gave me Half a Gui nea, she did promise me Half a Crown a Week, but never gave me a farthing. I know no more of what she lays to my charge, than the child unborn ; and as for the Sleeves that she says she lost, here is the woman who has drest my child in them several Times.</p>
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<p>Thomas Peirce. I employed the Prisoner about 3 Months, at the
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<p>- Pitman. I received one of these Spoons from Mr Porter, at Windsor; I shewed it to the Prisoner, and he owned that he had conveyed it to his Wife, and had hid another in the Scullery.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I found them in the Dust.</p>
<p>Mr Garey. I went by Mr Peirce's Desire to the Prisoner in Newgate; because he had lost several things: He denied every thing except the Spoons, and said, that one of them he had hid in the Scullery, and had sent the other by a Boy to his Wife.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never wronged any Body of a Pin in my Life before this, and it was Necessity drove me to it.
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<p>Vigers . I buy and sell second-hand Cloaths; the Prisoner brought these Breeches to my Shop about a Fortnight before they were found upon me, I bought them , and gave him 1 s. and 6 d. which is the Worth of them; I believe him to be the Man, but there is a great Alteration in him now; for he had a Livery-Frock on, with red Puffs, when he was at my Shop.
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<p>Prisoner. I was going to Rag-Fair, and met a Woman, she made me drunk, and took me to this House, she took the Hat and ran away.</p>
<p>Sanders. The Woman staid in the House talking to the Maid, but when I brought the Prisoner back she was gone.
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<p>Ellis. The Prisoner did.</p>
<p>Prisoner. It is a false Information: he denied it when he was in Goal.</p>
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<p>Ellis. When I made my Information, I forgot some Things I had done, but I never said such a Word as he speaks of.</p>
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<p>- Tailor. I have known him 5 Years; he is a very honest Man as far as I know, and lives as creditably with his Wife as any Man in the Parish.
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<p>Christopher Potter. The Prisoner came to my House, on the 27th of September, while I was gone out, and went up Stairs with my Men. When I came Home, I looked for this Box to lock up, but could not find it; I asked who had been there, they said no Soul had been there but the Prisoner. I immediately went to him, and desired him to let me have it, but he swore that he knew nothing of it; he came Home with me, and my Men would strip themselves to be searched, but the Prisoner refused to do so, and went away. I got a Constable , and took the Prisoner, and found part of the Box at Mr Davis's, a Silversmith, by Holbourn-Bridge . I am a Watch-Guilder, and live against St Andrew's Church ; the Prisoner lodged in a Cellar in Shoe-Lane .</p>
<p>Prisoner. There were 2 Men in the Garret besides me.</p>
<p>- Oxton . My Fellow Servant and I were at work in the Garret, when the Prisoner was there; we went down Stairs, and left him alone, standing against the place where the Box lay. My Fellow Servant went down first, I came down afterwards, and he was the last Person left above Stairs. As soon as we had got up Stairs again, my Master came up, and missed the Box. We were both gone down before the Prisoner, and the Box was in the Garret when we were there. The
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<p>Mr Davis. I bought some Gold of a person, who said he lived in Shoe-Lane, and the next Morning Mr Potter's Man came to me, and said, his Master had lost a Gold Repeating Box. I knew this to be a piece of a Gold Box, so I gave it to Potter, and left Orders with my Wife, to send for him, if any Body should come with Gold. One Juniper came with it, and not the Prisoner; Mr Potter took him up, but he was afterwards discharged.</p>
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<p>Oxton . I am very sure that the Box was in the Garret , when we left the Prisoner alone there.</p>
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<p>Giles . I never saw this Woman but once before, and never said any thing to her about it.
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<p>Jane Simpson. I went out of Town, and left my Things safe at my Lodging, and when I came home, I saw my Gown and Stays lying on my Trunk. I sent the Prisoner into my Room, to turn down the Bed, and she came out seemingly very much frighted, and said, that she had seen a Man go out at the Window. I went down Stairs, and told the People, that I believed I was robbed, and they said it was impossible any Man could get out there. I went up again, and looked into my Trunk, and missed other Things; so I had the Prisoner taken on Suspicion, and she confessed the taking them. She lodg'd in the same Room with me, and had been there Half a Year before I came.</p>
<p>Mr Brown, Constable. The Prisoner brought a Pair of Stays to me to pawn, on the 2d of October, and a Gown the 3d. Mrs Simpson came to my House and own'd them. I afterwards took the Prisoner, and she own'd that she had taken them, and had given the other Things to a Woman to sell for her.</p>
<p>Mrs Simpson. These Things were taken off my Trunk, and were the first I missed, after she had said there was a Man gone out of the Window.
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<p>Prisoner. When I came before the Justice, I was not capable of giving an Answer to any thing.</p>
<p>Church. She was as sober then as I am now.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Ask him, what he said to me, when he saw me in Bridewell ?</p>
<p>Sanders. I told her, if she would confess that she had stole the Things, my Master would en-deavour to be as favourable as he could in the Prosecution. My Master is a Carpenter, and my Mistress keeps a Coffee-House.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I did not take the Things, but Wood did, and they came about me so much, that I was forced to own it.</p>
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