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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="174209090001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE SESSIONS of PEACE, Oyer and Terminer, FOR THE CITY of LONDON, AND County of MIDDLESEX, ON
<p>THURSDAY the 9th, FRIDAY the 10th, SATURDAY the 11th, and MONDAY the 13th of September.</p>
<p>In the 16th Year of His MAJESTY'S Reign.</p>
<p>BEING THE Second SESSIONS in the MAYORALTY OF THE</p>
<p>Right Hon.
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<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Printed and Sold by T. COOPER, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row. 1742.</p>
<p>[Price Six-pence.)</p>
<p>Of whom may be had, The Trial of
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="174209090002"/>THE PROCEEDINGS AT THE</p>
<p>Sessions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, For the CITY of LONDON, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Barthelomew Paine,</p>
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<p>Goldsbury Frost,</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>55.
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<interp inst="t17420909-1-person33" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On the 10th of February last, between the Hours of seven and eight in the Evening, a young Man came in, and bought a Penny-worth of Sugar-Candy, and a few Minutes afterwards another came in; in the mean Time a Gentlewoman came in for a Quarter of a Pound of Sugar; while I turned my Back, another young Man said, Call as you come back; and then I believe two Persons took this Bag of Tea, but I cannot say the Prisoner at the Bar was one. It is the Property of
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<interp inst="t17420909-1-person38" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> for five Shillings a Pound. I think it came to 4 l. 5 s. - Briers is transported + for another Fact. - I am in Custody of the Keeper of Newgate. I am in no Business now; I was bound to an Attorney.</p>
<p>+ He was convicted in April Sessions of stealing two Perukes from Mr Bonnell .</p>
<p>Prisoner. I have nothing at all to say. I leave it in your Hands, my Lord. I have no Friend in the World.
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<interp inst="t17420909-2-person44" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I went to Church on Sunday the 22d of August, and when I came back I found my Drawer open, it is a Drawer in a Chest of Drawers; and about two o'Clock this Lad came Home a little fuddled. He had lived with me about three Months. - Mr James (the next Witness) was with him, and he begged Pardon, and said he would never do so any more. - He begged Pardon for being Drunk, for he had not been charged with any thing. - I was asked if I had sent him to receive any Money for me, and I said no: Upon this I went to my Drawer, took the Bag out, and laid the Money on the Table, and there seemed to be a good deal less than there was. I missed a 3 l. 12 s. presently. I could not make him confess any thing, so I carried him before a Constable, and he went to the Round-House. I sent for Mr James and asked him if he knew any thing of it, Mr James said, there was one 3 l. 12 s. two 36 s. Pieces, and four Guineas, which he left in his Hand the Day before at Welsh-Fair . I went to the Boy at the Round-House, and he confessed he pushed back the Lock with a Knife, and took out the Money; he said the Devil told him where the Money was, and that the Devil bid him do it; he own'd the 3 l. 12 s. the two 36 s. Pieces, and the four Guineas , and said that was all he took.</p>
<p>Mr James . I think the 22d of August, I saw this Boy drinking with three or four Carpenters in Welsh-Fair . I was drinking a Pint of Beer, and seeing him throwing his Money about, I asked him what Country-Boy he was, he said he was out of Wales ; I advised him to go Home, he desired me to drink some Ale; perhaps, said he, you may think I cannot pay for this Ale, though my Hat on my Head is not worth Six-pence , yet I can pay for it, and pulled out one 3 l. 12 s. the Boy said he did not care to go Home, for fear his Master should beat him. I said if he would go Home along with me, his Master should not beat him: Said he, I will give you two Guineas. if you will let me go about my Business; no, said I, I cannot do that, then, said he, take it all. - I thought as he was a little in Liquor, his Master would be angry with me, and think I kept him out, so I would not deliver the Money till Mr Clarke came to me. Said Mr Clarke to me, Have you not two Guineas of my Boy's? Yes , said I, I have a great many two Guineas. On Monday Morning he confessed he took four Guineas, two 36 s. Pieces, one 3 l. 12 s.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I did not open the Drawer, I found it open, and that Man, James, made me drunk.</p>
<p>Q. Can you tell whether the Drawer was locked?</p>
<p>Clarke. I am not certain, I believe it was; I do not know that ever I left it open.
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<p>57.
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<p>* He swore himself an Accomplice in robbing
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<interp inst="t17420909-3-person50" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> in Holloway-Road , Nov. 1, 1739. He was wise, by his own Confession , concern'd in the Murder of Thomas Wall, September 14, 1710. by the Hole in the Wall near Canbury-House, Islington . Vid. Sessions Paper, July 1741. No. 16 .</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-3-person51" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I live at Kingsbury , in the County of Middlesex, my House was broke open the 2d of this September. I locked the Door before I went out, but I did not leave any Body in the House. When I came back, I found my House broke open, - the Wall of a back Apartment belonging to my Dwelling-House, the Wall was broke into my Cellar; seeing that broke, I went up Stairs, and found two of my Drawers open, and missed the Goods and Money mentioned in the Indictment. I live in a
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<p>Q. Do you know any thing how the Prisoner at the Bar came to be taken up for this?</p>
<p>How. This Woman was in my Yard, and she described the Man to me. I went to a Farmer hard by, and told him what had happened, and described the Man to him as the Woman had described him to me; and he pursued him and took him, and the Things were found upon him before I came up, and he desired me to be favourable to him, for that if he was to go before a Justice, he should be a dead Man.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-3-person53" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a Neighbour of this Mrs How's, she sent me Word by a Woman, that her House was broke open by a Man that worked for me, - he had worked for me about a Month, and I had turned him off. I sent a Man that works for me one Way, and I went another, and when I came to Hendon Church , there was one Hutchins said that he saw such a Man by the Plough; that he had a good deal of Money, and he believed he did not come honestly by it. I saw the Prisoner laid down in a Ditch on his Face, and he seemed to be fuddled; the Constable and I searched him, and found all the Things mentioned in the Indictment, and three Pound twelve Shillings. in Silver and Gold; there was three Handkerchiefs found upon him, he said he took four, but had given one away ; he said at first that we had no Business to stop him, and if we did he would give us trouble
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<p>[The Things were produced in Court.]</p>
<p>Mrs How. These are all mine, particularly the Purse.</p>
<p>There were more Witnesses, but the Court thinking these sufficient, they were not examined.
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<p>Prisoner. Gentlemen, pray observe what he says, he says I had a black Beard, and I have no black Beard.</p>
<p>Goodwin. His Beard was rather blacker than it is now.</p>
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<p>Court. Consider now you are admitted as a Witness , and take Care to speak nothing but what is strictly true.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Ask him how long he has been acquainted with me?</p>
<p>Cavenagh. I came acquainted with him about April, by a Woman that bought stolen Goods. - The Watch was sold to a Man that kept an Alehouse.</p>
<p>Prisoner . Ask him why he did not swear against me in his first Information ?</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-4-person65" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I did mention him in my first Information; if you please to look into it you will find it, (the Information was read and it was found to be so). - *Lot Cavenagh is no Relation of mine.</p>
<p>* The Person on whose Information the Prisoner was committed . See the Trials in Mr Alderman Perry's Mayoralty, No. 147, 148.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He said his Father would spend a great deal of Money to take away my Life, and for the great Reward that is depending upon my Life. I came to London the Eleventh of May, and I was in a Fever, he passed for a Surgeon, and came to bleed me.</p>
<p>Goodwin . I had the Watch from William Cavenagh's Father.</p>
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<p>Moone . No: he is not my Son, I never knew his Mother in my Life, - he never passed for my Son.</p>
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<p>Moone. Yes sometimes it is , in making Coffins, and he did work for me in making Coffins . - I cannot tell which Day the Coffin was made. - I cannot tell who the Coffin was for, it was an Oak Coffin . - There was no Undertaker, I was Undertaker.</p>
<p>Court. Did you supply the whole Funeral? -</p>
<p>Moone. There was no other Funeral than making of a Coffin. - I found out he was in Goal, by some of his Countrymen; he did not write to me to come.</p>
<p>Prisoner. This
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<p>Moone . I live at St Giles's, in one Gerrard Cavenagh's House. - I have been in London since Sunday was se'nnight. - I came from Dublin a Fortnight ago, for Debt. - a Debt about 10 or 11 l. - I am an Irishman.</p>
<p>Prisoner. That young Man said he was robbed by a Man in a light coloured Coat, and I have no such Coat.</p>
<p>The Jury asked what Mr Goodwin was, because there is a Reward in this Case.</p>
<p>Goodwin. I am Clerk to Mr Penny , an Attorney in New Broad street, my Father is a Woolstapler in Broad-street.
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<interp inst="t17420909-5-person81" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The 20th of July last, the Prisoner came to my Shop to be shaved; after I had shaved him, I took the Wig out of the Box, to comb it out, and casting my Eye into the Work, I found it was the Wig I had made for
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<p>Foster. You might have worn it seven Years, and not have been found out, if you had not brought it to my Shop.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I bought them in Rag-Fair, I deal in old Cloaths.</p>
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<p>61.
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<interp inst="t17420909-7-person102" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Constable. On Sunday, August 8. I was sent for into Love's-Court, Shoe-Lane, about six o'Clock in the Evening, and this Boy and she, (the Prisoner) were up one Pair of Stairs, says he, Mr Banks, I have lost my Hat and my Watch; said I to her, give him his Watch, but she would not give it him: The Boy said she had it in the Inside of her Shift, at her Back. So I felt for it and took it from her, it was the Inside of the back Part of her Stays, this is the Watch I took from her.</p>
<p>Pantell. I bought it of one Pearce, under St Dunstan's Church, I am sure this is the Watch she took from me.</p>
<p>Prisoner. The young Man called for a Quartern of Gin, and after that a Quartern of Brandy. There was another young Man there, he went down and left us alone: He had no Money, so he said he would go and pawn the Watch; but he gave me the Watch to pawn, and the Constable took it out of my Bosom.</p>
<p>The Jury desired to know her Character.</p>
<p>Banks. I believe she is a loose Woman.</p>
<p>Court. Was there a third Person there?</p>
<p>Pantell. There was a young Man came up, I think 'twas
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<p>62.
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<interp inst="t17420909-8-person108" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am Servant to Mr Woodroffe , a Baker, the Dish in Mr Scot's, it was brought with some Tarts; and while they were in the Oven, the Dish stood empty. This good Woman came into the Shop, and took the Dish out of the House, I followed her, brought her back, and took the Dish from her.</p>
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<p>63.
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<p>Prisoner. Ask him if I did it designedly .</p>
<p>Walton. To be sure he did, because he said he would, and did, throw it; and he said if I say I
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person126" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> (as I then thought, I did not know her Name was otherwise before ) go up Three Leg Court , in Whitecross-street, I think it was the eighth of July, it was on a Thursday. I did not see the Brick thrown, but I heard Words pass between the said
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person127" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> and his Wife; he said, Damn your Blood, I will knock your Brains out if you do not get away. I will speak the Truth, for we must all appear before one Tribunal Judge, to be sure; he said afterwards, God damn your Eyes and limbs, if I have not kill'd you, I will kill you, and to be hanged for it I do not value it. I heard nothing else worth mentioning.</p>
<p>Court. What was it she said to put him in such a Passion?</p>
<p>Rollison . She gave him very provoking Words I do assure you; she damn'd him for a Rogue in an illiterate Sort of a Way, for Ignorance and Impudence meet together, it mixes very much, and God will be a righteous Judge.</p>
<p>Prisoner. That's as true a Thing as ever was spoke in this World. Ask him if he did not say he would hang me.</p>
<p>Rollison . My Soul, is that apparent. I shall always speak the Truth; and if I say any thing amiss, I shall ask God's Pardon, not your's. I will say nothing to the Blemish of my Escutcheon .</p>
<p>Court. Have you at any Time said that you would hang him?</p>
<p>Prisoner. I declare upon my Oath I never did.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person128" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I saw him holl a Brick at the Woman, and saw the Blood come, - it was done with Violence, for it flew from her. - I do not know what Occasion was given for throwing it. - He was about 10 Yards from her - it was about half a Brickbat - I saw him have a second up in his Hand to throw at her, and he said after he had thrown one that he would do the same, for he did not value being hang'd for such a Bitch as she was. - I believe she lived about 9 Days after this happened.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person129" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I saw the Prisoner at the Bar throw a Brickbat at her Head, - it was thrown at her - I did not know her by any other Name than
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person130" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> ; she went for his Wife; he did take up a second Brickbat, and Mr White was the Man that took it from him, for he said , if he had struck her under the Burr of the Ear he might have killed her on the Spot; the Prisoner said , Damn the Bitch he did not value being hanged for her, for if he did kill her he was sure he should be hanged for her.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person131" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Surgeon. The Wound she had was down to the Skull, about one Inch and an half long, and the Skull was bare, it was about the Middle of July, she came to my Surgery in Basing-hall Street, these Wounds are frequently healed, but I believe she caught Cold in coming in the Rain, and had a Fever, and that was the Occasion of her Death; for the Membrane of the Brain was inflam'd and that caused her Death; she came to me for a Week, and I complained to the Church warden and said, she would die if she was not got into a better Place, it was for want of a warm Room and Necessaries, I believe, that was more the Occasion of her. Death than any thing else.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person132" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Surgeon. I attended the Deceased for two Days; she had a large confused Wound on the upper Part of her Head: The Woman had no Symptoms of a fractured Skull, or any Injury done to the Brain when I attended her; her Head and Neck were very much tumisied, and all I did prov'd unsuccessful, the Humour was suddenly repelled and struck into her Brain: I believe she got Cold, as Mr Wheeler has said, and that was the Occasion of her Death. I do not think but that if she had not caught Cold, that the Wound might have been cured: I laid the Skull bare, and carefully examined it after she was dead, and I did not observe any Injury done to the Skull: Sometimes the Skull shall remain whole and there may be a Concussion of the Brain, I searched the Brain very carefully and it look'd as in dead Bodies.</p>
<p>Q. How can he be indicted for the Murder of
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<p>Rollison and Walton were called up again, and said they did not know her by any other Name than Griffiths.</p>
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<p>Another Witness said she heard the very same Words.</p>
<p>The Prisoner in his Defence said, that there was some Malt came into the Peacock Brewhouse, and he went to pump some Water, that she came and rioted him very much, that he took it patiently till he
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<p>Rollison. That Woman that swore last is his own Mother, and she owned she was so.</p>
<p>Court. You swore you was his Aunt; there was no Crime in swearing you was his Mother, but there is a Crime in swearing you are his Aunt when you are his Mother.</p>
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<p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-10-person140" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I know the Prisoner was always a poor, harmless, inoffensive Fellow, but a little half-witted : She was a sad provoking Woman in Liquor, and would be both Master and Mistress: I was with her about two Days before she died; and she desired it might not be laid to his Charge.</p>
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<p>Prisoner I never did lodge at her House.</p>
<p>Mary Axe. I remember that Man's lodging at my Father's. He told me he had pawned them in White-Chapel , but would not tell me the Street. He would have given me 3 s. for them.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I Am please you, my Lord, she said she only wanted the Money for the Goods.</p>
<p>Axe. I never said any such thing.
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<p>Prisoner . I asked the good Woman of the House for some Small-beer , and she gave me some: I saw a Pear-tree , or an Apple-tree , and pulled off my Coat, and thought I could get some Apples, and a Woman cried out Thieves, Thieves, so I catched up my Coat and away I ran and hid myself.
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<p>Prisoner. I have no Relations, my Father and Mother is dead, and I do not know where my Sister is.</p>
<p>Mr Clark. The Boy is an innocent sort of a Boy, I never miss'd any thing before:
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<p>Mrs White. The Prisoner at the Bar had worked with me some Time, I missed the Sheet, and ask'd her if she knew any thing of it, I took her up on Suspicion, and she confessed she sold it for Half a Crown. I went with Mr Redhead the Constable to the Pawnbroker's, I asked for the Sheet and he produced it.</p>
<p>Q. Whose Sheet is this?</p>
<p>White. I do not know whether it is proper to mention whose Sheet it is, I was afraid of offending the Gentleman that owns it, by having his Name put in the Sessions Paper, he is out of Town: I take in Linnen to wash.</p>
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<p>Court. This does not appear to be the Property of White.</p>
<p>Mrs White. I suppose it is my * Property while it is in my Custody.
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<interp inst="t17420909-18-person189" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Sir, the Prisoner at the Bar I suspected, because she knew where the Money was, and no Body (as I know of) but she: I had Occasion to take some small matter of Money to lay out, and when I came the Money was gone, and the Thing that it was put in, and when I saw it was gone, which was a Disappointment to me for want of Money, I opened the Windows of the little House I lived in, and there was a Pane of Glass broke, I took the outside Shutters and turn'd them aside, and the upper Part of the Glass or Frame was upheld by a long sort of a Spike-Nail; so I conjectur'd she was the Person that did it; I met her in St Martin's Church-Yard in the Evening; the Constable who was with me took her up and carried her before a Justice of the Peace, she confessed nothing that I know of, for I could not hear if she did, for I am as deaf as this Board. I lost 39 s. and 6 d. from out of a Chest of Drawers which stood in a Ground-Room: The Window was fastened when I went to Bed, which is generally about 8 o'Clock, but I cannot tell what Time it was down.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I have nothing to say, but that it is a malicious Prosecution; I suppose, Gentlemen, you know that it is my own Father.</p>
<p>Court. Is she your own Daughter?</p>
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<p>* The Prosecutor being quite deaf, he was sworn by a written Copy of the Oath, which he pronounced, and the Questions were all put to him by Writing.</p>
<p>[His other Daughter was called for to be sworn.]</p>
<p>Court. Is that your Daughter?</p>
<p>Pearce. Yes: she is eleven Years of Age, and I am Four Score and Eight.</p>
<p>[She appearing to be so young, and likewise an Accomplice, the Court did not think proper to admit her to give Evidence .]</p>
<p>Radford. The 29th of July I had been by Water, and when I came Home at Night the Door of the Palace Yard was put to, which used to be open,'tis a Door between Justice Blackerby's House and the Bridge-Office , there's a Bench the Watermen have to sit upon, I saw the Prisoner at the Bar sitting upon it, and somebody else with her behind the Door. 'Tis under the Place where the King goes to the Parliament House, the Bench moves backward and forward; in the Morning I heard a Report that the old Man's House was broke open, and that his Daughters were gone; I believe she lived with her Father (from the Death of her Mother) till the Time this thing happen'd: Thinks I, I do not like this Thing; this young Witness was gone too, and it was told me that his Daughter was got into a Coach in King's-Street, Westminster, with a Horse-Grenadier : The old Man finding his Money gone, cried, What will no Body help me! So I being Constable, I took her up and carried her before Justice Manley, the next Evening about seven or eight o'Clock, and after some Examination, (it was taken in Writing, but not sign'd) she said her Husband, as she called him, was a Horse-Grenadier, and was going with the last Forces to Flanders ; she was going with him, for she was one of the four Women that was to go with the Troop.
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<p>Court. It is your Duty, and the Duty of every one to prosecute. I believe you are an honest Man, but take care for the future.</p>
<p>The Goods must be delivered without being paid for: You have bought a thing the Seller had no right to.
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<p>Prisoner . Did you see the Bureau on Fire?</p>
<p>Pauncefort . No; it was out before I came in, the Drawers were taken out, but I do not know who took the mout. - The bottom Drawer, where my Linnen was, was carried to a Neighbour's next Door. I cannot say I know how the Fire began; the Money, I apprehend, was lost by the Bureau being opened with a Key.</p>
<p>Prisoner . Had not you a good Character of me from Mr. Gardner of Gloucester .</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Do you know any Thing of the Bureau's being broke open, or of the Fire.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-20-person205" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On the 24th of July, very near eleven o'Clock at Night, I was called in a great Hurry, and told that Mr. Pauncefort's House was on Fire. A young Man in the Neighbourhood and I went up Stairs, and found the Prisoner at the Bar at the Kitchen-Door; when I came up into the Room where the Bureau was, which was a Pair of Stairs higher, I saw the under Drawer of the Bureau all in a Flame, and I threw a Pail of Water upon it and put it out. I called out for a Light to the Prisoner, who was below, but she brought none, neither did she come up, but some other People came up with more Water. I did not go out of the Room till the Fire was out; when the Fire was quite extinguished, I moved the Bureau from the Wall, for fear of it's setting Fire to the Paper Hangings. Then several Neighbours came up, and a Candle was brought; presently the Desk Part fell down, said I, this is surprizing, it has either been broke open, or was never locked. I looked at it, and the Bolt was shoved back. Soon after this, Mr. Pauncefort came Home. I told him what had happened, he said he had locked his Bureau in the Morning, and left his Money in it, and then he imagined that the Prisoner at the Bar had robb'd him; a Constable was sent for, and she was searched by the Constable ; but he did not find it upon her.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-20-person208" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I was charged by the Constable to search the Prisoner at the Bar, and I found only 9 s. and some odd half pence in her Pocket. - She said she took the Shirts out of the Drawer when the Drawer was in Flames, and when Mr Smith was in the Room.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. When Fire was cried out, I run up Stairs, and the Bureau was all on Fire. I took some Linnen out of the Drawer, and carried a Bowl of Water up Stairs to quench it, and took the Linnen up, and threw it upon the Bed, what Linnen it was I cannot tell. Mrs. Twigger, who keeps the Coffee-House, insisted on my not-moving, till I was searched, which I did not. They searched me but found nothing upon me. I have been very hardly used; they denied me all my Cloaths. I have been in Town from Gloucester but five Weeks.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. Mrs Coates said she took me up only on suspicion, and that it lay between her Maid and me.
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<p>Hinton the Prisoner. He sent Unwin after us, I was going out with China and Earthen ware.</p>
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<p>Prisoner Anderson. My Lord, here are a parcel of Thief-takers here, they would swear our Lives away. Inwood could not swear positively to the Goods, there being no Marks on them, but said, they were very much like them.</p>
<p>Nathanael Harris. I went to Mother Rippon's at Epping , and as soon as
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<p>* See No. 58. p. 24.</p>
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<p>Hinton. Harris said to me, if you have five or six Pounds I may serve you, if not, I will have your Life.</p>
<p>Harris. I never said any such Thing, nor never spoke a Word concerning any Money, for I could not expect any.</p>
<p>[Unwin called.]</p>
<p>Court. You are upon your Oath; have you received any Money from any of the Prisoners, or any of their Relations.</p>
<p>Unwin. There was Money offered, and I believe I might have had a considerable Sum; and a Gold Watch, the Prisoner Studder offered it, if I could any ways serve him, and save his Life: But I had not any Thing.</p>
<p>Prisoner Studder. He has all my Goods.</p>
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<p>Prisoner Anderson. That is a Lie, it was before Justice Dennel.</p>
<p>Hind. He desired to know if he could be made an Evidence, he asked that several Times. - There was a Pair of Pistols produced .</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-25-person260" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am the Prisoner's own Sister, (she cries) I said to this Gentleman, Mr Unwin, Dear Sir, do not take away an innocent Life for the sake of the Reward; he said if you had come about a Fortnight ago, I could have served you, and if I could get Money my Brother should not be hurt; I do not say he mention'd any particular Sum.</p>
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<p>Unwin . As to that Woman (Anderson's Sister) she said she would give me a Note of her Hand for 20 l. if I could save his Life, for she was a free Dealer, and would pay it at so much a Week; the Husband said no, that was too much, he said about 3 l would do, but I never did offer any thing concerning taking of Money. All three
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<p>Prisoner. I never was in her Shop in my Life.</p>
<p>Compton. My Son, and my Son's Wife both, saw the Stays taken out of the Bag.
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<p>87.
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<p>88.
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<p>Canwell. Have I not been several Times at your House, and laid out Money with you?</p>
<p>Coverley. She has been twice at my Shop, bought Goods and paid for them.</p>
<p>Canwell. Did not Davis take the Lace, and put it upon me.</p>
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<p>Gerrard Crawley. My Cousin Coverley came to my Shop with these two Women. They were unwilling to go up Stairs at first, but they did go; when they came into the Room, my Cousin said, One of you two have robbed me of a Piece of Lace. They were a little amazed, and my Cousin said, I am determined you shall be searched; and the shortest one (that is Davis) got up and said, Search me, Madam; and the other went towards the Window; and I saw the Lace drop from her outward Garment, and part of it stuck to her Cloaths;
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<interp inst="t17420909-29-person297" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . My Mother missing the Piece of Lace , she and I followed them, I overtook them by the Mansion-House. I said I wanted to speak with them, and they must come back. Says one of them, What will the Gentlewoman let us have the Lace? I said, she wanted to speak with them; they came back to Mr Crawley's House, in Leaden-hall-street , and then they were told what we wanted with them.</p>
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<p>* Davis had not one Person to her Character, though she had a great many last Sessions, when she was tried by the Name of
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<p>Q. What sized Men were they?</p>
<p>Daniel. I took them to be middle sized Men, but I cannot be positive. I am a Plaue-maker by Trade.</p>
<p>Q. So you divert yourself now and then with a little Cock-Match.</p>
<p>Daniel . I am a Man that does not use much Company, so I think I may as well spend a little Time that way, as spend two or three Shillings any where else.</p>
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<p>Q. Did any Body hold up a Pistol?</p>
<p>Hawkins . Squire had a short Rolling-pin, which might be taken for a Pistol in a Surprize. That young Fellow
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<p>Jennings . I am sure of it, I never was out with them before that Night.</p>
<p>Hawkins. We robb'd five People that Night, and every one of the Prisoners were with me then. - I believe this is the Box the Spurs were in; I took particular Notice of it.</p>
<p>Jennings . Please to ask him how long he has known me.</p>
<p>Hawkins. I never knew him before that Night; all five except Jennings were together, and we said we were going out together, and asked Jennings to go along with us, and he said he would; I had drank with the others several Times, but was never out with them before upon that Account.</p>
<p>Jury. Was Jennings in the hearing of them? Did he know of your Design, that you were to go out to rob? Because there's a Difference between taking a Walk, and going out a Robbing.</p>
<p>Hawkins. The Irishman said, in the Hearing of Jennings, they were going out to rob any Body we met, and to get what we could. - I am sure Jennings heard him say so, and knew our Design.</p>
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<p>Q. How came you to go to this House?</p>
<p>Josias Lack. Because it was a House of an indifferent Character, and People suspected it: The High-Constable was going there before I saw him. Says the High-Constable to the Woman, Where is your Husband? Says she, he is in the Country, he has been gone three Weeks. - I have no Lodgers; there is no body in the House but my Son, and he
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<p>Court. Did you look at the Arm that was bloody?</p>
<p>- Lack . There was a Barber there that did, and he said he had not been blooded so lately as the Sunday se'ennight before. - I did not see any Thing farther than an old Orisice: - It looked white, not red; he seemed very much frightened, but said, he would send for the Man that blooded him, but I did not see him there.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see the Body of your Father?</p>
<p>Josias Lack. Yes, there was a great deal of Violence done to him, he was very much abused; he had thirteen or fourteen Wounds, they appeared to be Stabs. There was one on his Left-side, under his Left-Pap; one in his Throat; one under his Right-Ear; one in his Left-Cheek; another by his Left-Eye; another in his Left-Arm, and one or two in his Back. - It was about 10 o'Clock at Night on Monday, Aug . 16. He worked at the Tower, and was going home to Islington. I was called out about 11 o'Clock, and the Body lay in the Road about six or seven hundred Yards from the Turnpike. - He had no Wound on the Right-Arm.</p>
<p>Court. You say, the old Man said he would send for the Person that blooded him. Did he send?</p>
<p>Josias Lack. He said he would; and that the Person lived on Little Saffron-Hill , by Hockley in the Hole: but he did not come.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person339" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Did not I send for the Barber? My own Daughter went for him, and brought him; and you staid so long in the Mulberry-Garden, that he went away again.</p>
<p>Lack. I did not see any body sent for.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person340" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On Tuesday the 17th of August, the High-Constable sent for me to get a Search-Warrant from Justice Wroth, to search Houses who harbour People of bad Reputation. The first House we went into was the Turk's-Head; the Prisoner at the Bar kept the Turk's-Head at that Time; when we went in, the Woman was asked, Who kept the House: Then she was asked where her Husband was, she said, he had been out of Town three Weeks or a Month. The High-Constable asked her, if she had got any Lodgers, or any body else in the House. She said, there was no body in the House but her Son, and that he was above Stairs, making of a Perriwig. The High-Constable bid her call him down, and she said she would; but before she called him down, said one of the Constables, let us go and see what he is doing of; so I went up Stairs: he was at work, but I cannot tell whether it was upon a Perriwig or a Coat. Then Mr Body, the next Witness, said, here is a Man in the Closet. The Door was shut to, and I thought it was a Door that went into another Room, and there the old Man was bolt upright in the Closet - It had no Window, but was big enough to put a Close-stool, or a two-armed Chair in; and Mr Body pulled him out, and then somebody searched to see if there were any Weapons, but did not find any; there was a Shirt in a Pan or a Bason of Water, or Urine: I have got the Shirt here. It was the Left-Arm then that appeared to be bloody, for the Shirt was turned. I did not see it when it was taken out of the Pan; it was delivered me before the Justice.</p>
<p>N. B. The Shirt was produced, and appeared to be bloody about half way up the Sleeve for the Right-Arm.</p>
<p>Q. When the Shirt was produced, how did they behave?</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person343" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I saw the Arm stripped before the Justice. There did not appear to me to be any thing of a new Orisice; when he was examined before the Justice, he said it was the Sunday was se'en-night before that he was blooded; he said the Person that blooded him was a Barber, who lived on Saffron-Hill .</p>
<p>Court. Explain yourself as to the Father's being frightened.</p>
<p>Noel. He seemed to be in a Flurry, as if he did not know what he said.</p>
<p>Q. How did the young Man behave?</p>
<p>Noel. He said he knew nothing at all of the Matter, and said he would go very quietly with us.</p>
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<p>Noel. I did not perceive any Timidity in him, there was in the old Man.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person344" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Ask him what I said, when they took me out of the Closet.</p>
<p>Noel. I did not take you out of the Closet.</p>
<p>R. Coster. Did not I show my Arm then?</p>
<p>Noel. I did not see it.</p>
<p>Court. Lack, Was your Father stripped?</p>
<p>Josias Lack. My Father was not stripped, he was robbed - of a Tobacco-Box, an old Knife, and a Key; and I believe he had about him, between twenty and thirty Shillings, which was lost.</p>
<p>Noel. The Justice desired us to try who the Shirt would fit, and it was tried on the old Man's Wrist, and it would not meet by half an Inch at least, I believe it would hardly meet with a Pair of Buttons.</p>
<p>Coster. These are the Buttons I had in the Sleeves when I wore it.</p>
<p>Noel. There were no Buttons produced before the Justice: He said there, the Shirt was given him by a Nephew, and he had only wore it that Day; and that it was to be altered and made fit for him. - There is no Mark at all upon it - The Son said he was a Perriwig Maker by Trade. - There were two or three Razors in the Room, and two or three Staves that they weave their Hair upon. - It looked as if it had been a Room that a Barber had made use of, but not lately, for the Things did not stand in Order for working.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person345" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I went with a Search-Warrant, by the High Constable's Order, to the Turks-Head. Said the High-Constable, Body, come in along with me. Said he to a Woman that was there, Who keeps this House? Said she, I do. He asked who was in the House, she said I have no Body in the House but my son, and he is at Work. - I did not hear her ask'd where her Husband was. I went first into the one Pair of Stairs Room on the Left-Hand and found nothing; and then into the one Pair of Stairs Room on the Right-Hand. I went into the other Room again, and saw a Button to a Closet-Door, which was not buttoned. I went to open the Door, but I believe he held it within, because it did not open immediately.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any thing on the inside, by which he might hold it?</p>
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<persName id="t17420909-32-person346"> William Body
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person346" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . It was a common Wainscote framed Door, and a Body might lay hold of the Frame with one's Finger. - I believe it was plain on the Inside. - I did not see any thing of the Inside, that it might be hold by, - it might stick a little. My Lord, when I opened it, there was a Man stood upright in the Closet; said I, What do you do here? Come out. - I was led a little, for I had no Stick nor any Weapon. The old Man said, I am afraid of Bailiffs, that is the Reason of my hiding myself, I am afraid of nothing else. His Shoes were slipped, - they took the old Man down Stairs. - The young Man was mending a Coat, and he said, My Mother keeps the House, I am not afraid of any thing, What is the Meaning of this? Said they, there is a Murder committed, and this is a Search-Warrant, and you must go along with us; said he, I will follow you down. I thought it best that he should go first, and he readily did so. - The Sleeve of the Shirt lay in a Bason of Water, and the Body lay out of it. The High-Constable said it was requisite to take the Shirt along with us, so I went up Stairs and fetched it down.</p>
<p>Q. How did the old Man behave then?</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person347" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I did not see him any more surprized when he saw the Shirt than he was before. At first he said he was blooded the Sunday before, so did his Wife, and so did his Daughter. - His Arm was stripped up before the Justice, and there was a Man that came from Islington that bleeds People, and he said he was sure he had not been blooded for a great while.</p>
<p>Jury. Did you hear that the Person that blooded him had been at the Justice's?</p>
<p>Body. I did hear it said, that the Surgeon that blooded him, had been at the Justice's, and that he was gone, but I did not see him.</p>
<p>R. Coster. I know no more of it than the Child unborn. This is the Barber that blooded me.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17420909-32-person348"> Joseph Chandler
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<interp inst="t17420909-32-person348" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a Barber, and Perriwig-Maker, and Bleeder. On the 8th of August, that old Gentleman at the Bar came to me to Saffron Hill, to be blooded, between eight and nine in the Morning, and I blooded him in the Right-Arm.</p>
<p>Q. Did you go before the Justice?</p>
<p>Chandler. I was informed, that I was sent for twice, but I was abroad.</p>
<p>Q. I would ask you if a Man has been let Blood eight or ten Days, whether the Orifice will look red or white?</p>
<p>Chandler. Sometimes it will look red for a Fortnight; sometimes it may hardly be seen at all, but will close immediately; sometimes it will be three or four Days, and in eight or nine Days it will look as if it was an old Bleeding. I knew the old Man before he lived there, he kept a House at the Spaw.</p>
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<p>Prisoner Miller. Gentlemen, I desire they may be all turned out of Court, and examined seperately, which was granted.</p>
<p>Owen. The Blow stunned me, (she is not taken that gave me the Blow, there were five of them) then I said, Lord, have Mercy upon me, What is this for. I clapped my Hand upon my Pocket in a Minute, and caught that little one's Hand (Miller's) in my Pocket. Said I, Lord, bless me, all my Money is gone; then one snatched my Apron off, and another my Handkerchief, and another snatched my Hat; the 17 s. in Money was tied up in a Rag.</p>
<p>Miller. My Lord, please to ask her whether she was drunk or sober.</p>
<p>Owen. I drunk! I thought I should have been murdered. God keep me from such People. So I run away, crying, into a little House, for to save my Life. I went to my Sister, and told her of it, who lives just by; and some of the People said, they knew that little short Body, and she was taken up directly. I went to the Watch House, and they asked me if I knew her? Yes, said I, that is the Woman that put her Hand in my Pocket. Said I, What have you done with my Money? She cursed and swore, and abused me sadly, and struck me before the Justice. I thought she would have killed me, and the Justice ordered her to be tied down. My Handkerchief was found upon her.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure Swinhy was there?</p>
<p>Owen. Yes and please you, my Lord, God bless you, I know her very well; the little one had a black Eye then; 'tis pretty well now: That Handkerchief is mine, I worked very hard for it, and that Hat and Apron are mine.</p>
<p>Miller. Ask her if she did not ask for a Dram, and if I did not resent her having one.</p>
<p>Owen. I did not call for any Liquor, God bless you, and please you, my Lord, it is she, if I was to die this Minute, God bless you. - That Woman in the blue Knot, [which was Swinhy ] she was in Company, but I cannot say she did what the others did; - She did not take any thing from me. - I am sure the little one robbed me; God Almighty bless you, I would not tell a Lye for the World: They snatched behind me, and did it so quick, I cannot tell who did it.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-33-person359" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prosecutrix came to my House, I am her Sister's Husband, and sat about Half an Hour one Sunday in the Morning. - Some time after she went away, I met her full butt between nine and ten, she was crying, and said she had been robbed by four Women, two small ones, a lusty one, and a middle sized one: I heard a Man say he saw four or 5 Women together talking about dividing some Money; I happen'd to go into the Black-Horse, in Well-Street, and there I saw
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<p>Owen. I drank no Gin with them that Morning, nor never saw them before in my Life.</p>
<p>Miller. Pray, Sir, did not he pull me all along?</p>
<p>Williams. I bid him pull you along because you would not go.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-33-person365" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , and myself, went one Sunday Morning to get a Dram at the New Exchange in Rag Fair, and we happened to meet this good Woman, the Prosecutrix,
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<p>Jury. Were you sober, or were you in Liquor?</p>
<p>Okley. We were not in Liquor, for we had but Half a Quartern a-piece. Swinby was with us, but she did nothing. - I went and left them, and heard no more of it till Miller was in the Cage. - Miller put the Handkerchief into her Bosom, the Hat and Apron
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<p>Miller. Ask her if she was not at Mrs Bun's drinking Gin with the Prosecutrix.</p>
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<interp inst="t17420909-33-person371" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , they asked me to go to the New Exchange to drink a Dram; then I met the Prosecutrix, Okley took hold of her, said she, you shall drink a Dram, she said she did not care for a Dram for she had drank enough already: This Woman [that's Swinby ] and Bun's Daughter, went after the Woman, and brought her into a Gin-shop; then Swinby was sitting with her Mistress's Child upon her Lap: I being a little Body like
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<interp inst="t17420909-33-person372" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , they swear against me: Okley put her Hand in her Pocket and took out only seven Farthings, said I who must pay for the five Quarters of Gin; and then I took her Handkerchief off her Neck to pay for it: Okley made herself an Evidence against me, for fear I should be an Evidence against her; but I had no such Intention, because I knew it was a wrong thing.</p>
<p>Okley. I do not know that Miller said any thing to the Prosecutrix, when she took the Handkerchief, that she did it to pay herself for five Quarterns of Gin.
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