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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="174309070001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE KING'S Commissions of the PEACE, and Oyer and Terminer, HELD FOR THE CITY of LONDON, AND County of MIDDLESEX, AT
<p>JUSTICE-HALL in the Old-Bailey, on WEDNESDAY September 7, THURSDAY 8, FRIDAY 9, SATURDAY 10, and MONDAY 12.</p>
<p>In the 17th Year of His MAJESTY'S Reign.</p>
<p>BEING THE Seventh SESSIONS in the MAYORALTY OF THE</p>
<p>Right Hon.
<persName id="f17430907-1-person1"> Robert Willimott
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<p>LORD-MAYOR of the CITY of LONDON.</p>
<p>NUMBER VII.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Printed, and sold by M. COOPER, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row. 1743.</p>
<p>[Price Six-pence.]</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="174309070002"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE King's Commissions of the Peace, and Oyer and Terminer, held for the City of LONDON, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable
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<p>London Jury.</p>
<p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>368.
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<interp inst="t17430907-2-person39" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner went up Stairs, I followed her, and told her, I would have her acquaint her Master what she had done with the Money; and, she said, if he Master would forgive her she would give him the Money; accordingly I came down with her, and went with her into the Wash-house in the back Yard, and there the Money was tied up in an old Glove, and hid about three or four Inches under Ground, under the Copper-hole; there were 4 or 5 s. in Silver, but that was not the Property of her Master; when she acknowledged the taking of it to me, she said, she hoped her Master would forgive her; I said, I could not say any thing to it; she said, she wrenched the Box open with a Case-Knife.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-2-person40" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Constable: I was sent for to Mr Gough's House to take up the Prisoner with a Warrant for threatning his Life, not for stealing of the Money, the Girl was charged with stealing the Money, and deny'd it; she went up Stairs to clean
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<p>Prisoner. I had lived Servant with my Master about Ten Days, and he used to follow me up and down. Stairs all Hours of the Day, and offered me Money, and I would not take it; and he put upon me so much at last that I did take the Money; this is the Money be gave me. - I do not know what Pieces there were.</p>
<p>The Prosecutor being asked, whether he did not give her this Money for Favours. he said he never offered, or gave her any such thing.
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<interp inst="t17430907-3-person47" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Just as the Clock struck Nine at Night, my Wife and I were going along Grays-Inn-Lane; there was a Cry of Stop Thief, I turned about, and saw the Prisoner with something under his Arm, which I took to be a Table Cloth, and saw him drop it; he ran into Holborn Court, and he was stopped, and brought back. He would have made himself an Evidence.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-3-person49" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , the Constable, proved it to be the Gown which was delivered him before the Justice, and was sworn to by Mrs Buck. *
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<p>* Tho' this Fact was so laid in the Indictment as to some within the Statute, to exempt the Prisoner from Clergy, in Favour of Life, such Statutes are construed strictly; and in this Case of Shop-lifting, it has all held, the Felony must be of such Goods are are usually sold in such Shop; This Gown was not there therefore the Prisoner would not have been capitaliy convicted, though the Value had been proved as laid in the Indictment.</p>
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<p>Maltus Paine. On the 11th of August, about three or four in the Afternoon, the Prisoner brought me a Piece of Lace to pledge; I have had some little Dealings with him before, and he has told me he was a Lace Merchant; the Night before this, I happened to have some small Information from a Gentleman who has another Indictment against the Prisoner, that he had lost a Piece of Lace which I had taken in, and that gave me some Suspicion of the Prisoner; that was the Thing that brought this to light, or else I had taken this Piece in from him; for I took him to be a Man of Reputation and Character; he asked me five Guineas upon it; I asked him whose Property it was, he said, it was his own; I said, it is very possible it may be your own; but I am informed that I have a Piece in my Custody that you brought me that is not your own, and I will know whose this is; so I stopped him, and had him before a Justice - he did not make any Confession, he said, he received it from a Perriwig maker that was making Wiggs for him - I believe I should not have lent him five Guineas upon it - he said it was his own, and that he dealt in Lace - he did not seem surprized, he was not under any Confusion - I have made it my Business to enquire after him, and People give him but a very indifferent Character - this is the same Piece I had of the Prisoner.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-6-person69" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Aug. 11. I went to Mr Paine's Shop the Prisoner was in the Shop, and Mr Paine had this Piece of Lace in his Hand; Mr Paine asked him what he would have upon it; he told him; Mr Paine asked him how he came by it; the Prisoner said, Why do you ask me that Question? I deal in it. Mr Paine said, he must know how he came by it; so Mr Paine charged me with him, and as we were going along, I stopped at my own Door about a Letter, and the Prisoner was gone in a Minute, he run away, and got into Great Russel Street, I cried out stop Thief, and took him again; Now, says Mr Paine, you have spoiled all your Innocency, for you would not have run away if you had been innocent; I asked him where he lived, he said, he had a Lodging in Maiden-Lane Covent-Garden; and he said before the Justice that his Name was
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<p>Prisoner. I never said my Name was Day, for my Name is Earl.</p>
<p>Hull. I went to Mrs Mason's, whose Property I thought it was, and she was not in Town; and on Saturday Mr Paine heard that this was Mrs Morris's Lace.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I had this Lace of a Person whose Name is Day, at Reading in Berkshire, the 1st of May, at the Fair; I r apped Goods for it.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-6-person75" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am Servant to Mr Earl, and have been so about three Years; he is a Perriwig-maker and Hosier too; he sells his Goods in the Country, going from one Fair to another - he trafficks one thing for another - he is a very industrious regular Man in his Family.</p>
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<p>374 +
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<p>Maltus Paine. Mrs Mason was at my House, and was telling my Wife of her Misfortune, in losing several Pieces of Lace. I said, I have taken in two Pieces, may be one or both may be your's. I shewed the Lace to her, and she was very positive to this Piece; this Piece I had of the Prisoner. The next Day afterwards he came with another Piece of about thirteen Yards, and then I stopped him and the Lace too. When he brought this Piece of four Yards and an Half, I asked him several Questions, and he gave me such satisfactory Answers, that really I had no Suspicion of him. I lent him a Guinea upon it.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-6-person82" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , the Constable, gave much the same Evidence as in the former Trial, adding, that when Mr Paine charged him with the Prisoner, he said, Why do you stop me, I can bring a great many Persons to my Character, and said he would leave his Goods, and fetch somebody to his Character, but Mr Paine would not let him go, and as I was carrying the Prisoner along, he ran away from me.</p>
<p>Q Did he run bravely?</p>
<p>Hull. He ran most stoutly, and said there were Business running after him, but I took him and carried him before Justice Moore, and then he said his Name was
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<p>375. +
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<interp inst="t17430907-6-person88" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's Shop in Catherine-street in the Strand, looked about him, and said, he believed he was right, that he came from two Ladies at Richmond, and asked, if some Time ago I had not sold some Lace to two Ladies that live there, I told him yes; he said, he came from those Ladies; and that they desired Mrs Gubbins to send them seven Yards of Lace, at 10 s. a Yard; my Mistress took out two Boxes of Lace, and shewed him some; he was a great while looking at them, found fault, and said, one was too dear, and made one Excuse or another, at last he hid her 12 s. a Yard for one, that she
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<p>377.
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<p>378.
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<p>Q. What Time of the Day was it?</p>
<p>Cole. I believe it was better than half an Hour after Five.</p>
<p>Q. Had you ever seen the Prisoner before?</p>
<p>Cole. I believe I have. - I knew him immediately when I saw him afterwards, at the George in Piccadilly, that Day Sev'nnight. - I went there about my Master's Business, and saw the Prisoner in the House. I asked the People of the House if they knew that Man, and they said yes; and I said that Man had robbed me. I then acquainted my Fellow-Sufferer, Mr Pearson, with it, and the next Day we went with the Man who keeps the George to the Prisoner's House: - He keeps a Publick-House, (the Rose and Crown) between Marybone and
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<p>Q. When you drank with him, were you sure the Prisoner was the Person that robbed you?</p>
<p>Cole. Yes, I was very sure of it.</p>
<p>Q. Did he seem any ways shy when you were drinking ?</p>
<p>Cole. While we were drinking the first Pot of Beer, I thought he looked a little Shy, and that he looked hard at Mr Pearson.</p>
<p>Prisoner What Time of the Day was it that I was upon Hounslow Heath ?</p>
<p>Cole. I believe better than half an Hour after five in the Evening.</p>
<p>Prisoner. What coloured Coat had I on?</p>
<p>Cole. He had a Surrout Coat, a close bodied Coat, it was a very ordinary thread-bare Coat, with Holes in it, and a narrow brimm'd Hat.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never had such a Coat.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-10-person113" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> and I were stopped on Hounslow-Heath by the Prisoner, about half an Hour after five in the Evening, he said, I must have a little Money of you before you go any farther; I did not apprehend him at first, for I thought he was only in Joke; the second Time he spoke pretty sharply; I got up in the Chaise with my Whip in my Hand, and had a Mind to have struck him; but seeing another Person, who dropped a Crape over his Face, I kept back; I gave him half a Guinea in Gold and 3 s. 6 d. in Silver, and then my Watch; and my Friend gave him a Guinea, a good Handful of Silver, and his Watch; I said to the Prisoner we are a Couple of Servants came out to take an airing, and I think you have aired us very handsomely: I asked him whether he would not give me something to pay the Turnpike, and he give me a Shilling; I asked him whether he would not give my Companion something, and, he said, he would not; the other said, give him something, and then he gave him a Shilling; the Prisoner said, Now you are richer than we are; I said it was false; for they had got our Money, and we had none of theirs; the Sunday Sev'nnight following, my Mate told me, that he had seen the Man that robbed us, at the George in Piccadilly; we went to the George, and from thence to the Prisoner's House; and before I came to the House, I believe by half the Length of a Field, I saw the Prisoner at his Door, and said, that is the Man that robbed me; says the Man that kept the George in Piccadilly, are you sure of that? I said, I am sure of it, we had some Beer and a Quartern of Brandy - I believe this was about five o'Clock when we got to Hanns's House - That is the very Man that took the Money from me and my Mate, and no body else.</p>
<p>Q. How far is the Seven-Dials from Hounslow?</p>
<p>Pearson. I believe about ten Miles.</p>
<p>Q Do you think a Man can ride that in about half an Hour?</p>
<p>Pearson. According as the Horse is - the Horse was wet with Sweat.</p>
<p>Q. What Colour was the Horse?</p>
<p>Pearson. It was a Sort of a Chesnut.</p>
<p>Q. You say it was better than half an Hour after Five, are you sure it was not turned of Six?</p>
<p>Pearson. It was not.</p>
<p>Q. When you were drinking with him, and knew him to be the Person, why did not you lay hold of him then?</p>
<p>Pearson. Because I would be sure before I got a Warrant to apprehend him.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-10-person114" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live at the Horse and Groom in George-Yard by Grosvenor square, the Prisoner has hired Horses of me several Times; for one Day at a Time, never any longer, and always kept very good Hours - I cannot swear he had a Horse that very Day - I think it was a
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<p>Q. to Pearson. Do you know what coloured Horse he was on ?</p>
<p>Pearson. I am not well skilled in Horses - I do not know whether it was a Sorrel or a Chesnut; Mr Bowles said he had a Horse of him, and that he had been upon some secret Expedition.</p>
<p>Q. to Bowles. Had you any Discourse with the Prisoner about that ?</p>
<p>Bowles Then the Prisoner came back again, I said, with you have any thing to drink, he said, he did not came to drink, he had been drinking pretty hard; at this he had a Quartern of Brandy, and said, he believed he had done the Business he went about very well - I believe it was between seven and eight in the Morning when he had the Horse.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I deny the Robbery; I was at Dinner in Short's Gardens that Day, between two and three, and staid till between six and seven in the Evening.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-10-person119" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep a Publick-House in Short's Garden, by Drury-Lane End; on the 9th of July (it was on a Saturday) the Prisoner came to my House about three o'Clock, we h ad Beans and Bacon for Dinner, he dined with us, and staid till about seven - he brought me half an Anchor of Brandy, I owed him for half an Anchor before, and I paid him 3 l. for both [The Bill of Parcels was produced, one half Anchor the 2d of June, and the other the 9th of July, with a Receipt in full] - It bore Date the same Day the Money was paid - we drank Beer after Dinner, and afterwards Bumbo - we sat in a little Room below Stairs next the Street.</p>
<p>Q. What makes you think it was on a Saturday!</p>
<p>Newbury. By the Receipt - I have no other Reason.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-10-person120" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I dined with the Prisoner at Mr Newbury's in Short's Gardens the 9th of July, between two and three in the Afternoon, and sat with him till between six and seven, and at that Time the Prisoner took Horse and went away - the Horse was a lightish Bay or Sorrel; I have seen the Man several Times, but I have no intimate Acquaintance with him - I am a Chandler, and live in Peter's-street, Soho.</p>
<p>Q. You say you dined with the Prisoner between two and three, how long did you stay?</p>
<p>Burden. I staid till near seven, we had Beans and Bacon for Dinner - we drank Beer, and Water and Brandy - we sat in a little Room next the Street - there was only the Gentleman at the Bar, Mr Newbury, and his House-keeper.</p>
<p>Mr. Fox. The Prisoner has had several Hampers of Wine of me, and paid me very honestly. I have known him but a little while; the Gentleman that recommended him to me, gave him a good Character. I am acquainted with the Brewer who serves him. and he says he drew a great deal of Beer.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17430907-10-person121"> James Stone
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<interp inst="t17430907-10-person121" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known the Prisoner about sixteen Years, his general Character was that of a very honest Man; his Father was a considerable Farmer, and the Prisoner rented a Farm of 200 l. a Year. - This is about 16 Years ago. I do not know any thing of his Character now.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17430907-10-person122"> William Crow
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<interp inst="t17430907-10-person122" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known the Prisoner about four Months, he has dealt with me for spirituous Liquors, and always paid me well.</p>
<p>- Fuller. I have known the Prisoner about a Year, he has lived there about a Year and an Half, and I believe he got a comfortable Living. I know there is Bread to be got, because my Father lived there some Years ago.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17430907-10-person123"> Jonathan Freer
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<interp inst="t17430907-10-person123" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known the Prisoner about two Years, I believe him to be an honest Man. I served him with Coals, and he always paid me very honestly. I live within Half a Mile of him.</p>
<p>- Graham. I have known the Prisoner ever since he lived at Paddington. I am Foreman to Mr Barret, of Brentford, who is a Master Brick-maker, and Landlord of his House, and I always pay my Men there. I never heard any thing am is of him before; there are about thirty of Mr Barret's Men are obliged to use his House.</p>
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<p>
<persName id="t17430907-10-person125"> Sarah Grange
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<p>380. + He was a second Time indicted for
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<p>The Evidence being near the same as on the former, the Jury found him
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<interp inst="t17430907-11-person142" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The two Prisoners and myself broke open the House. [His Father's House.] - I did not lodge in the House at the Time the Robbery was committed. I lodged at a Place called the Curtain.
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<p>Q. How came you to be such a wicked Fellow to rob your Father?</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17430907-11-person146"> Richard Coward
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<interp inst="t17430907-11-person146" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Peake persuaded me to do it several in. - I discovered this the Sunday following, July 31 ) and impeached all three of them.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-11-person147" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I had been with Clay most Part of the Afternoon, on the 24th of July; he was prodigiously fuddled I cannot say he was fenuble. I saw him home to Bed, after 10 o'Clock. - I do not think it was possible for him to recover himself so as to go upon an Expedition of this Kind.</p>
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<p>383.
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<p>* See Sessions Paper, October 1740. No 459, p. 255.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-11-person165" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> and I went down Fenchurch street, and he took a Piece of Iron. lifted a Plank up, went down into a Vault, and took twenty-one Bottles of White Wine; we sold the Wine and the Candles for fifteen Shillings, to one Alvares, a jew in Rag-Fair. - The Prisoner took up the Plank himself, and went down with a dark Lanthorn, and I was on the outside watching. and when he came up, we put the Plank down again. - There was only the Prisoner and
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<p>Prisoner. Did you never declare, that if the two Jews had not been gone, you would not have impeached me, for that I was entirely innocent?</p>
<p>Pass. No.</p>
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<p>- Green. I live in Pump-Court by Devonshire-square. On the 25th of July, in the Evening, as I was coming out of Bishopgate street, I overtook the Prisoner, and asked if he had got any Stockings to fit me; he went Home with me, and I bought a Pair of him, and he gave me a Pot of Beer.</p>
<p>Pass. This Woman is his Whore.</p>
<p>- Green. The Prisoner was very much fuddled, and I desired him to stay at my House, and he lay there all Night, so that he could not be guilty of that Thing, for he was with me, the 25th at Night. Pass came to my House the 26th in the Morning, and was married that very Day. I went to Pass's Wedding about ten o'Clock that Morning. Clay was then at my House.</p>
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<p>John Hill After the young Woman cried out, I run after the Prisoner, and took him about 200 Yards from the House, and he dropped this Shirt from under his Coat [
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<p>Prisoner. This Gentlewoman (Mrs May) came into a Chandler's Shop, where I was, and shewed me this Gown, and said, it is for just such another fat arsed Creature as you; and she put it on me; I will give you my Word for it, and I laid down upon the Bed and fell asleep, for I was very much in Liquor indeed.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I did not burn it, the Goldsmith burnt it, and he must very well know new Goods from old, though it was cut - I do not know the Goldsmith's Name.</p>
<p>Court. Though he did give the full Price, he ought to be prosecuted for buying such Things of a Boy.</p>
<p>Panton. I thought as he gave a Market Price, it would not signify any Thing; besides, I do not know his Name.</p>
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<p>The Court advis'd Mr Clifton to be more cautious with whom he dealt, left he should be indicted himself.</p>
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<p>- . I am a Brewer, I have known the Prisoner 18 Years, he has been entrusted with 50 or 60 l. at a Time in the Room where he lay, and I never heard that he ever wronged any body before.</p>
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<p>* She was tried last Sessions for stealing Goods out of a Shop in Cranbourne-Alley; when at the Interposition of the Prosecutrix, and several appearing to her Character, she was acquitted. See P. 199, No 325.</p>
<p>Margaret Green. The Prisoner came into my Shop in Cranbourne-Alley, by Leicester-Fields, and asked for a Hat, I shewed her one, which was too large, and while I was getting another, I saw her take a Hat off the Counter, and she pinned it under her Apron to her Petticoat; she bid me Half a Crown for one, and was going out of the Shop, and said she would not have any; said I, if you will have none, I must search you; she ran away from me, I followed her, and brought her back, and she offer'd me Sixpence to make it up. I took the Hat from her, and desired
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<interp inst="t17430907-28-person276" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> brought me a Pound and a Quarter of Brass Wire, which I bought of her, and gave her 2 s. a Pound for it, but the Price I give is 2 s. 4 d. I told her I did not buy such small Quantities, but if she would bring me more I would buy it. She fetched this Parcel of ten or eleven Pound, and when she brought it, I stopped it. I knew she must steal it, because there are but Mr Fossick and two more that draw this Sort of Wire: The Prisoner had been a
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<interp inst="t17430907-28-person278" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Constable. This is the Wire that was given into my Charge; the Prisoner did not confess any thing; she was more impudent than any thing else.</p>
<p>Mr Ellis deposed, that the Prisoner brought some Wire to him to sell, and that she did not know the
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<interp inst="t17430907-29-person287" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , on the 1st of May there was a Waggon Load of Goods carried down to Sir Jonathan's Seat in Oxfordshire; the Things mentioned in the Indictment were missed when the Waggon came thither, out of a Hamper which was in the Waggon; I saw the Butler pack them up; we had the Sheets from a Pawnbroker's.</p>
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<p>Q How often have you been an Evidence here?</p>
<p>Doody. But once, that was against one +
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<p>+ Dec. Sessions, in this Mayoralty. See Trial, No. 13. Page 9.</p>
<p>Q Does the Carrier set up his Waggon at the Crown Inn in St James's Market ?</p>
<p>Carr He sets up in Smithfields; the Waggon stood all Night in the Street; the Crown-Inn is the Corner of Hog-lane in St Giles's</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did you carry the Fowl to my Mother's House, or to mine?</p>
<p>Doody. I cannot tell whether it is your Mother's House or your's; I do not know who pays the Rent.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-29-person293" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I sat out at six o'Clock in the Morning, but the Waggon was by the Crown-Inn about five or six in the Evening - All the whole Load was Sir Jonathan's; I hired a Person, and gave him a Shilling to watch the Waggon, and then I went to Bed.</p>
<p>Q Are you sure it was the 1st of May, because that was on a Sunday?</p>
<p>Carr. I was not just sure as to the Day, and I thought I had better under do it than over do it; it was on a Thursday.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-29-person294" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am Servant to Mr Pardien the Pawnbroker; I took in three Sheets of the Prisoner's Mother, she said, her Name was Norman - she always went by the Name was Norman - I saw the Prisoner bring some Holland Shirts - his Mother fetched them out - his Mother asked 12 s. upon the Sheets, and she had 12 s. I thought her to be an honest creditable Woman, and so made no Scruple of taking them in.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-29-person296" type="given" value="Mark"/>
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<p>- Ward. I wash for Sir Jonathan, and I take this to be his Mark.</p>
<p>Doody. Before the Prisoner went to pawn the Shirts, his Wife picked the Letters out with a fine Needle.</p>
<p>
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<p>Doody. Cut of the Gussets of the Shirts.</p>
<p>- Ward. Some of the Shirts were marked on the Gussets, and some on the Skirts - I cannot tell where those Shirts were marked that were lost.</p>
<p>Q. Did the Prisoner use to come and pawn Things?</p>
<p>Matthews. Yes, his own wearing Apparel, and sometimes other Things, but I thought they might be his Mother's; I always before this Accident took him to be a very honest civil young Man.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you go into a private Room with her?</p>
<p>Hyrons. I do not know - I went up Stairs with her; missing my Watch, I went down, and asked a Man that was in the House where the Woman was, and he threatened to push me out of Doors; I went out, and he shut the Door against me; I staid some time at the Door, and a Watchman coming by, I told him what had happened, and what I had lost; he asked me what manner of a Person the Woman was, I described her Person to him, says he, I believe I know her, but I cannot get in, because the Door is shut; the Constable ordered me to come the next Day to an Alehouse in Creed-lane; and then I lighted of her, and had her up to Guildhall, before the Alderman, in Person, and charged her with picking my Pocket; she said, she did not pick my Pocket, but knew who had got the Watch - I was no longer with her above Stairs than while we drank the Liquor, which I believe was between six and seven Minutes - there was no body in the Room but the Woman who brought up the Liquor, and she went away directly - I had it in my Waistcoat Pocket, but I did not pull it out while I was in the House - I did not miss it before she went out of the Room, but I missed it before I went out of the Room - I did not sit down, I stood all the Time we drank the Liquor - I never had my Watch again.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-31-person314" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . As I was beating my Rounds, at half an Hour after One, I saw the Prosecutor at the Door (I believe if I had come two Minutes sooner, I had prevented his being turned out of the House) says he, Watchman, I am turned out of this House; then, says I, why did you go into it; the Neighbours
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="174309070015"/> cried out to me, you Rogue, why don't you call the Constable, and break the Door open; the Prosecutor said, he had lost his Watch; said I, if you can give me any Description of the Person who took it, I will endeavour to find out the Woman, that is, the Prisoner at the Bar, she knows me well enough, she need not look at me. I went and got a Nap of Sleep, and went in the Morning to see how Things stood, and the House was close shut up. I told Mr Owen the Constable, I believed I should have a Jobb for him about 11 o'Clock; the Prosecutor came to the Alehouse about 11 o'Clock next Morning, and asked me if I would have any Beer, said I, Let us do Business first; I saw Madam and her Partner coming by about half an Hour after 11; thinks I you are the Woman that has the Watch; said I, she is gone into that House; the Windows were broke, but Bawdy-houses generally are so. I spoke thro' the Windows; the Prosecutor went for a Warrant, and after he was gone, she pushed out, I took hold of her, and would not part from her; said I, as there is a Robbery swore against you, I will keep you. There came a Man out, and asked me what I had to do with his Wife; said I, D - n your Wife, what's your Wife to me, I do not mind your Wife. She said, she did not pick his Pocket, but she knew who had the Watch.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never saw the Man in my Life, 'till he made me a Prisoner.</p>
<p>Taylor. What the Plague in Hell did you never see me, when I go by you ten Times a Night.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-31-person315" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The Prisoner lodged with me in Grays-Inn-Lane about two Months, till the Time she was taken up. I never knew her to stay out till nine o'Clock. I saw that Night that she came in in due Time; I think it was on a Tuesday, she came Home that Night about eight o'Clock, and did not go out after that - I went to Bed about ten, - she could not get out without my knowing of it.</p>
<p>Q. Do you take the Key up to Bed with you.</p>
<p>Kelly. No, I commonly leave the Key in the Door. The next Morning she desired me to mend a Slit in her Shoe, about seven o'Clock. She sells Fruit.</p>
<p>Patrick Wall. I saw the Prisoner come in that Night at eight, and she bid us Good-morrow when she went out in the Morning about seven.</p>
<p>Ann Wall. She never used to keep late Hours.
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<p>Prisoner. When the Handkerchief was brought to him he did not know his own Handkerchief.</p>
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<p>The Council fo r the Prosecution opened the Nature of the Offence.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I was at the Battle of Dettingen, in the Regiment of Woolsenbuttle, in the Austrian Service. My Lord, I am informed that the Government have not thought fit to prosecute, I desire therefore to be inform'd who is the * Prosecutor.</p>
<p>* A very proper Enquiry, as will presently appear; but it, unfortunately for the Prisoner, is fix'd on a Person not able to make him Satisfaction.</p>
<p>The Court thereupon inquir'd, and the committing Justice being upon the Bench, named a Gentleman of Rank in the Army, who soon after acquainted the Court that he was not the Prosecutor; whereupon
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<interp inst="t17430907-34-person337" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On the 8th of July last, on a Friday, I met the Prisoner near Charing-Cross.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ever see him before?</p>
<p>Prisoner. Never before.</p>
<p>Q. What did he say to you at that Time?</p>
<p>Ross. He said to me, what Countryman are you? I said I was born in Holland.</p>
<p>Q. What are you now?</p>
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<p>Q. If you were born in Holland, how then came you to be a Subject of Great-Britain?</p>
<p>Ross. My Father was born in Scotland, he has a Company of Scotch Hillanders; they call them the Scotch Regiment; they are in the Service of Holland: My Father is now in Garrison at Art; He has been in Holland, near fifty Years.</p>
<p>Q. How do you know your Father was born in Scotland?</p>
<p>Ross. I have heard him say several Times that he was born in the Shire of Ross.</p>
<p>Q. How long have you been in England?</p>
<p>Ross. Three Months and a Half and better. - I have been enlisted in General Harrison's Regiment since the 25th of May. - I was enlisted when the Prisoner met me.</p>
<p>Q. When you met together who spoke first?</p>
<p>Ross. He spoke to me first in French, and said how do you do, do you understand French? Then I stopped and answered him in French; said he, I have seen you before; may be so, said I. Then I went with him to the House of one
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<interp inst="t17430907-34-person338" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , at the Sign of the Green-Man at Charing-Cross. - I had never seen him before: Then he asked for a private Room, and the Man shewed him into a Fore-Room next the Street; he called for a Pot of Beer, and then for some Victuals. - He talked to me, thinking I was a Subject of the King of France; I never let him know that I could speak any English. There came a Drawer into the Room, and the Prisoner said to him, Here is a clever Man but he can talk no English at all, and he is afraid he should be taken up, because he is a
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<p>Q What Countryman did you tell him you were?</p>
<p>Ross. I told him I was a Frenchman; says the Drawer to him, Explain to him in French that he need not be afraid, for I, and my Master and Mistress are all
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<p>Q. What were they Frenchmen?</p>
<p>Ross. They all spoke French.</p>
<p>Q. What Country People do you think they are?</p>
<p>Ross. They are Irish People - the Prisoner is an Irishman; they talked both English and Irish; then I made a Proposal to him, that as he was a Man that understood English, and I could not, if he would go along with me down into Wapping to get my Goods, I would go with him where he pleased; he agreed to that, and pulled out half a Crown, and gave it to the People of the House, for a Lodging for me and himself, and for the Reckoning, which was Fifteen-pence Half-penny - we did not lie there; this was between five and six o'Clock; the Prisoner and I went to the Black-Boy and Trumpet at Tower-Hill, and I called for a Pot of Beer, I spoke to the Landlord, and desired him in Dutch to go to St Catharines, to get a File of Musqueteers, but he refused it, and said, I should go myself - the Landlord spoke Dutch - the Prisoner could understand some Words of what we said; then, I said, I would talk to him in English; and I told him he was my Prisoner, and I would hold him; I had no Money in my Pocket, but this Piece, that I had of the Prisoner, and the Landlord would not let us go without paying for the Beer; said I to the Landlord, keep this in your Custody till I come and pay for the Beer; then I took the Prisoner out of the House, and carried him before Justice Dennet.</p>
<p>Court. This is all mispending of Time; for the Man took him to be a Frenchman; we will suppose this Man was a Subject of his Majesty, of which there is some doubt, if he pretends to be a Foreigner, and can't speak a Word of English, he is to be taken for what he pretends to be.
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<p>The Examination of
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<interp inst="t17430907-35-person350" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I live in Kingsland Road, next Door to the Gentleman and Porter, the 16th of July, in the Morning, the Prisoner got up a little before four o'Clock, to hang up some Cloaths for Mrs Hornibrook, and afterwards sat herself down to cut some Matches; and the deceased
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<p>Q. Did Carter begin to quarrel with Lewis, or Lewis with Carter?</p>
<p>Price. They both began to quarrel together; but Carter's saying that, made
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<p>Q. Did the Knife slick in?</p>
<p>Price. I did not see the Knife till it was found bloody; then, I said,
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<p>Q. What did
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<p>Price.
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<p>Q. Did the Prisoner shew any Concern about it?</p>
<p>Price. She did not look much concerned.</p>
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<interp inst="t17430907-35-person360" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I was lying upon a Couch, where the Prisoner was sitting, cutting of Matches; I was asleep, but the Noise waked me; when I awaked, I heard the Prisoner say, You B - h, I never was concerned with the Butcher in White-chapel for Sweet-Breads and Kidneys; the Deceased made answer, and said, I never gave a Butcher nor a Carman the Clap in White-chapel; the Prisoner said, if you say so again I will do you a Mischief; the Deceased rehearsed it over again; and being in Liquor, aggravated the Prisoner very much; the Deceased was in another Room - the Door was shut when these Words passed; there was but a slight Partition, that they might hear very well - the Deceased began first, for she was very much in Liquor.</p>
<p>Q. Was the Deceased in Bed or up?</p>
<p>Brown. She was in Bed; the Prisoner then opened the Door - there was no Lock upon the Door, it was a Sort of a Spring Bolt, tied with two Strings, and they were twisted round a Nail; and the Door was easily got open; the first Thing I saw, was, that the Prisoner laid hold of a Knife; which, I suppose, was the first Thing that came to her Hand - it lay upon a Chest of Drawers, and she flung it at the Deceased - I saw her sling it.</p>
<p>Q. Then she did not stab her ?</p>
<p>Brown. No, she flung it at her, and she received a Wound under the Collar-Bone, on the left Side; and the Deceased said, Lord, Lord, see how she has stabbed me.</p>
<p>Jury. Stabbing implies a sticking with the Knife in her Hand; did she strike her with it in her Hand, or did she throw it at her?</p>
<p>Brown. She flung it, I do assure you.</p>
<p>Jury. At what Distance was it flung ?</p>
<p>Brown. About two Yards and an half - then the Deceased said, Lord, Lord, see how she has stabbed me; and the Prisoner said, I am sorry for it; and if I have done it, I am willing to suffer, I will not run away.</p>
<p>Q. Do you upon your Oath say she threw it at her?</p>
<p>Brown. She flung it at her, I do assure you - I will never vary a Tittle for the best Person upon Earth.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I got up between three and four o'Clock that Morning, and was cutting of Matches, when she came in drunk; I got some Gin for her, and she would have had me have got some Tobacco; and as I would not do that, she abused, and aggravated me very much, and, I said, I would lick her; but my Landlady hindered me, says she, let her come; and as I could not come to her, I took up the Knife, and threw at her.
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