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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260001"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE King's Commissions of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery FOR THE CITY of LONDON; And also the Gaol Delivery for the County of MIDDLESEX, HELD AT JUSTICE-HALL in the OLD-BAILEY, On Thursday the 26th, Friday the 27th, Saturday the 28th, and Monday the 30th, of OCTOBER.
<p>In the 26th Year of His MAJESTY's Reign. NUMBER VIII. for the Year 1752. BEING THE Third SESSIONS in the MAYORALTY of the Right Honourable
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<p>Printed, and sold by M. COOPER, at the Globe in Pater-noster Row. 1752.</p>
<p>[Price Four-Pence.]</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260002"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE</p>
<p>King's Commissions of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery held for the City of London, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable
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<p>N. B. The *, ||, +, ++, direct to the judge before whom the prisoner was tried. L. M. by which jury.</p>
<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>501. (M)
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<p>She knows I stole them from my master.</p>
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>Mary Davidson. I am wife to Alexander. The prisoner lodged at our house in
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<interp inst="t17521026-4-person51" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I lodge in the prosecutor's house. My landlady was in the passage, and I was in the shop; the prisoner came in, my landlady came in and told her money, and missing 3 s. 6 d. she accused the prisoner with taking it. The rest as the former witness.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>They took this money from me, and a half-penny. I was forced to jump out at the window, for she swore she would murder me.</p>
<p>Q. to Wright. Did you find a halfpenny besides the 3 s. 6 d.?</p>
<p>Wright. I did.</p>
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>504. (M.)
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<p>Benj. Anderton. I live in
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17521026-5-off25 t17521026-5-crimeloc27"/>. On the 14th of October I lost 3 s. 6 d. out of my till in my kitchen. The prisoner is an
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<p>The prisoner said nothing in his defence.</p>
<p>To his character.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-5-person60" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him eight or nine years. I never heard any ill of him before.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-5-person61" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him about eight years; he always had a very good character.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-5-person62" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him about four years, but never heard any thing ill of him before this.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-5-person63" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him five or six years, and know nothing of him but honesty; he has been often at my house, and I never missed any thing after.</p>
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>506. (M.)
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<p>Mary Cole. I live at the
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17521026-7-off35 t17521026-7-crimeloc38"/>. The prisoner came and asked me for a lodging; I let her have a bed. After she was gone, the next day, which was the ninth of October, I missed the things mentioned in the indictment out of my room.</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260004"/>Q. Did you know her before?</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-7-person71" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . No, I did not. I found her by inquiring about, at a barber's shop, the woman had got my shift in a wash tub, the prisoner waiting till it was washed. I charged the prisoner with taking the things, and she confess'd taking them all but the handkerchiefs. She told me she had sold the stays for 13 s. she had my petticoat on. That produced in court, and deposed to.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I lay at the Greyhound Inn, Drury Lane, up two pair of stairs, along with a man; these things were given me there. I have lain there a great many times; it is a bawdy house.</p>
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>507. (M.)
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<p>Elizabeth Goad. I live at the
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<p>Prisoner. I have neither father nor mother, and am not quite thirteen years old.
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>508. (M.)
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<interp inst="t17521026-10-person87" type="given" value="Ann"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-10-person87" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Said Merrit, Will you not speak to me? Said the other, How do you do? There was another with them; they passed on; then I thought Poll Merrit had my wife's gown on New I am come to the touchstone. I said to my wife, when I came home, If ever I saw your gown, I saw it on Poll Merrit's back. I looked for them several nights after, and could not see them. But now, Sir, I come again. I heard
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<interp inst="t17521026-10-person88" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> sing in a chamber, when I was cleaning my master's stable. I threw a bit of wood in; she said, Who is that? I said it is I. Where is Poll Merrit, said I? She is here, said she. Bid her look out of the door, said I. She did. I said, I'll come up and give you some beer; but I did not. Then I went to my wife, and told her I believed I should find her cloaths, and said, If I come back again, I don't find them; but if I stay, depend upon it I am there. Then I went to them, and said, I am come to give you a dram; then my wife came up, and said, What must you and I have this discontent for? What do you do here? Poll Merrit had my wife's gown on her back, one of my wife's petticoats on, and my shirt made into an apron; the other had the other petticoat on.
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<p>Merrit's Defence.</p>
<p>The night before these things were taken,
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<p>Dallison's Defence.</p>
<p>Mr. Rickards met me and this woman together in Long Lane. He asked me to go and drink a dram; I said no. He asked me what made me go in that manner; if I would come he would give me something; I did not know he was married. He had often attempted to make me be concern'd with him, but I never would; he was in a very bad condition with the soul disease. At last I went and drank with him; then I went home with him; there he bid me take the things. Then he said they were his wife's, and she was one of the drunkenest things in the world; and said, if Poll Merrit or you will come and live with me, I shall be happy.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. This is a false story. I never kissed her lips, or touched her hand in my life. She did once live over my room, but she had a husband. I have admitted her into my room, she has made my bed, and I have given her a dram, that is all.</p>
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>511. (M.)
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<p>512. (M.)
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>513. (M.)
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>514. (L.)
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<interp inst="t17521026-14-person118" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Coming along Threadneedle-street, this day seven-night, I saw the prisoner in a dirty condition and in liquor. She took a silver spoon out of her bosom to look at and put it in again. I thought by the condition she appeared in it was not honestly come by. Mr. Gardner came by, he saw her, and spoke to Mr. Frost; then I went to her and said, you must give an account how you came by that spoon. She said, she wanted to go to some private place, and taking her by 'Squire Gore's gateway, she said, she must go up there. She went up, I stood at the gateway; there I saw her in such a position that I concluded the spoon was no more in her bosom, and told them where I thought she had concealed it. They took her to the constable's house, I told him his wife or daughter must search her, for it was out of my power to find it. Then he took her by the arms and shook her, and the spoon dropped down on the ground, and she at the same time made use of a very indecent expression.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure the spoon dropped from her?</p>
<p>Chapman. I am sure, and it was in such a condition that it plainly appeared from whence it came. She then said she found it in Newgate-street. After that she told the constable, if he would not ask her name, and would let her go, she would tell whose it was; then she was taken before my Lord Mayor. I advertised the spoon, and the next day coming to Mr. Frost's, there was the prosecutor. This is the spoon that is produced.</p>
<p>Q. from the Prisoner. Where did you see me?</p>
<p>Chapman. I first saw her in Threadneedle-street, but took her in Bishopsgate-street.</p>
<p>Mr. Frost. Standing at my door last Thursday in the afternoon, in Bishopsgate-street, Mr. Gardner and the last witness came up to my door and told me, they believed a woman was gone by that had stolen a spoon. I said, if you suspect that, it is very proper she should be taken up. Chapman went and stoped her, and desired her to deliver up the spoon, or give an account how she came by it.
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260006"/> He brought her back. She went into 'Squire Gore's gateway, and he kept by the door way to prevent any people from going in. Then he brought her to my house, and we took her into my back-kitchin. He said, it is in vain for you to look for the spoon, for you will not be able to find it; your wife, maid, or daughter, must search her. Then she wanted to go backwards. I took hold on her and shook her, and this spoon dropped from her in a very indecent condition. I took it up. It fell just between her legs.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-14-person119" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am servant to Mr. Sparks. I have seen the prisoner several times at our house. We missed the spoon last Wednesday was seven-night.</p>
<p>Q. Was she there that day?</p>
<p>Newcome. She was, two or three times.</p>
<p>Q. from the Prisoner. What time did you see me there that day?</p>
<p>Newcome. I saw her there about three o'clock in the afternoon.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I found the spoon in a piece of brown paper in Newgate-street. I was going along Bishopsgate-street, so I took it out to read the mark and they stopped me.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-15-person125" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> was in bed with the new lodger, for I cannot swear it is the prisoner, seeing but little of him. Malphus said, here is the cap you was inquiring after last night in our bed; the stranger lay bald headed. I went to work, and about seven or eight o'clock a messenger came and told me my chest was open. I went with him and found it was broke open, and the things mentioned in the indictment taken away. Mentioning them by name.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure you locked it after you put your things in it over night?</p>
<p>Black. I am certain I did. I advertised the things, and about a month ago the prisoner was taken up for another robbery and committed. I had intelligence of it and went where he was.</p>
<p>Q. Have you got your things again?</p>
<p>Black. No, my lord, I never heard of them since.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-15-person126" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The prisoner is the man that came and took the lodging of me, and lay in my house the night Mr. Black was rob'd When he gave me the shilling he put it so quick into my hand that gave me some surprise. I asked him where I might have a character of him, he said at the Bell in Gray's-Inn Lane, and that his name was
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<interp inst="t17521026-15-person127" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I sent, but the people knew nothing of such a person. I observed the next morning when the prisoner went out that he had a large check'd handkerchief in his left hand with a little bundle in it.</p>
<p>Q. Did you speak to him then?</p>
<p>A. Elington. No, nor he to me. When he came he brought nothing but a roll of paper, and said he was a writer to a lawyer.</p>
<p>Q. Did he ever return?</p>
<p>A. Elington. No. He left an old neckcloth behind him in the bed.</p>
<p>Q. to Black. Was that a check'd handkerchief your things were brought home in?</p>
<p>Black. I cannot tell whether it was or not.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you see Black lock his chest over night?</p>
<p>Malphus. I saw him unlock it, and I think he lock'd it, but am not sure.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I went out that morning down to Blackwall, having heard my brother was come from the Indies, and staid there five days. Then we came into Shoreditch, I had four or five and twenty shillings in my pocket, and there I spent it. I was taken up upon suspicion by people that had read the advertisement.</p>
<p>To his Character.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-15-person129" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I live in Newstreet Shoe-lane, my husband is a shoemaker. The prisoner has been
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<p>Eady Price. I have known the prisoner five or six years. I never knew him for any harm.</p>
<p>Q. What is his employment?</p>
<p>E. Price. I cannot say what. He goes to market and sells greens.</p>
<p>Q. Where does he live?</p>
<p>E. Price. In Shoe lane.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-15-person130"> Jane Crofts
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<interp inst="t17521026-15-person130" type="given" value="Jane"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-15-person130" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I have known him three or four years.</p>
<p>Q. What is his business?</p>
<p>J Crofts. He was apprentice to a lighterman. As far as I understand he belongs to the water, and has been at sea. I never knew him but just and honest.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-15-person131"> Susanna Carter
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<interp inst="t17521026-15-person131" type="given" value="Susanna"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-15-person131" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I have known him five years. I live in Shoe lane, and he lives next door to me.</p>
<p>Q. At whose house?</p>
<p>S. Carter. I have forgot his landlady's name. I know he is a very honest lad</p>
<p>Q. What business does he follow for a livelyhood?</p>
<p>S. Carter. He is a fisherman by trade.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-15-person132" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him above twenty years, he is very honest.</p>
<p>Q. What is his business?</p>
<p>Harwood. I understand him to be a
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<p>Q. Have you known him lately?</p>
<p>Harwood. I cannot say I know any thing of him for four or five years past.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you see him drop it?</p>
<p>Senecal. I did; I took it up, and took hold of him again. The mob gathered together, and said, Duck him. I said he should not be ducked, but should be carried before a magistrate. The handkerchief produced in court, and deposed to.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-16-person136" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was standing at my father's door. He is an oilman on Ludgate Hill. At this time I saw the prosecutor take hold of the prisoner at the bar, and say. You picked my pocket of my handkerchief. I saw a handkerchief under the prisoner's coat; a good piece of it hung down.</p>
<p>Q. What colour was it?</p>
<p>Hudson. It was a blue one. I saw a fellow at a post. The prisoner slipped the handkerchief on the other side and got near the post, seeming as if he in ended to give it to the man that stood there: it fell down, the prosecutor took it up, and secured him.</p>
<p>William I obick, a person going by at the time, confirmed the account before given.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I was going of an errand for my mother. Coming towards Ludgate, I stopped to see a picture shop; a gentleman took me up, and said. A thief, a thief! He has picked my pocket. Said I, I am sure I have not. He shuffled round me. There was a handkerchief lay on the ground. Then they lugged me away.
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<p>The prisoner had nothing to say.
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<p>Thomas Grear. The prisoner came into the
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<p>Q. Was you sober?</p>
<p>Grear. I was a little in liquor, but more distracted in mind than drunk.</p>
<p>Q. What about?</p>
<p>Grear. Because my wife and I had had some words. I was awaked by something busy about my shoes; I got up in a sort of amaze, but saw nobody, and found my silver buckles were taken out of my shoes. I felt in my pockets and found them cut, and a guinea and 5 s. 6 d. in money gone. Then I came into that house again; the landlord and I went to Mr. Newbolt's, and coming back, there was the prisoner drinking a pint of purl with another soldier. I said, That is the man that I believe has robbed me. They search'd him, and found my silver buckles in his bag that he carries his things in. Produced in court, and deposed to. The prisoner delivered a guinea to the constable in the watchhouse, and said it was mine, that he had robbed me, and was sorry for it, but begged that I'd not take his life away. The guinea produced in court. He said he had distributed the 5 s. 6 d. among the rest of his comrades, one of whom got a hundred lashes for it yesterday.</p>
<p>Q. Where was he when he confessed this?</p>
<p>Grear. It was in the watch-house.</p>
<p>Q. from prisoner. Whereabouts was you when these things were taken from you?</p>
<p>Grear. It was four doors from the alehouse where we had the liquor.</p>
<p>Q. from prisoner. What time of the night?</p>
<p>Grear. It was not half an hour over or under two o'clock.</p>
<p>Q. from prisoner. What time did you see me first of all?</p>
<p>Grear. A little after twelve o'clock. I was going from my own house, and met with him just by the corner of the King's Arms alehouse, going up to the parade at Kensington. I gave him one pot of beer then, taking but one draught of it, and left him there.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person145"> John Dale
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person145" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep the Six Bells at Kensington. The prosecutor, a watchman, and two soldiers, came together to my house about one o'clock the nineteenth of October, in the morning. They called me up, saying they wanted some liquor.</p>
<p>Q. Was the prisoner one of the soldiers that came in at that time?</p>
<p>Dale. No, he was not. The prosecutor treated them with a pint of beer and a dram, and had a pint of beer himself; after that he called for a shilling bowl of punch. After that he call'd for another; I had not made that long before in came the prisoner. The prosecutor made him and me drink each a little of that; he sat a little time, considering as it were, seeming very much vex'd; he went out, and gave the remainder of the punch to Simon the prisoner, who, I believe, sat half an hour in my house after the prosecutor was gone out. I remember he asked me, whether the prosecutor had changed a guinea to pay for the punch? I told him he had not. There were some other people came in, and Simon went out about half an hour after two. The Newbury coach stopp'd at three at my house; about half an hour after in came the prosecutor, and said, I have been robbed. I asked him, what company he had been in last night ? He said, he had been with the prisoner and two others at the centry box, and at the King's Arms. Then I desired him to go to the guard, and secure them. I called up my wife rather sooner than ordinary, and went with him to Mr. Newbolt's house, the constable; coming back, who should be in my house but the prisoner and another soldier; then the prosecutor pointed to the prisoner, and said, There is the man. The constable searched him, and I saw him take these silver buckles out of his cartouch box. He said the other man had the guinea; but when he was taken in charge, he himself pulled it out and gave it to the constable, confessing that he himself stole it from the prosecutor, and the buckles too, and desired he'd be merciful to him. This is the guinea produced which he gave to the constable.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person146" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am constable. Last Thursday morning, about five o'clock, the prosecutor and last evidence called me out of my bed. I went with them to Mr. Dale's house, and the prosecutor gave me charge of the prisoner there. I searched him, and found these buckles in the thing that he carries his cartridges in. I put him into the round house, and went into the guard house to see the faces of the other soldiers, as the prisoner had said there was another man along with him when he robbed the prosecutor, who had part of the money. I brought that man to Mr. Dale's house; then the prisoner began to be sorry, and said, if he'd be merciful he'd give him the guinea again, and pulled it out of the waistband of his breeches; he gave it to me, and owned that he had taken it, and that he had given thirteen pence of the money to the other soldiers.</p>
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<p>To his character.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person147"> Edward Parker
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person147" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him five years, and have trusted him to carry out beer, money, and other things; he is as honest a man, when he is sober, as any in the world.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person148"> George Viner
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person148" type="given" value="George"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-18-person148" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him upwards of four years; he bore a very good character during that time.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person149"> Henry Simpson
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person149" type="given" value="Henry"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-18-person149" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him almost three years; I never heard but a good character of him.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person150"> William Mathews
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person150" type="given" value="William"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-18-person150" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him going on with three years. He is a very honest, industrious, sober man, who loves to work hard for his bread.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person151"> William Parkin
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person151" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him upwards of two years; in which time he behaved like an honest man. His wife was servant to me a year and half, in which time he used to come twice or thrice a week; he always behaved well and sober.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person152"> Robert Haines
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person152" type="given" value="Robert"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-18-person152" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him two years, but never heard any ill of him, only sometimes getting in liquor.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-18-person153"> Robert Sneath
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person153" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am groom to Sir
<persName id="t17521026-18-person154"> Robert Levelon
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person154" type="given" value="Robert"/>
<interp inst="t17521026-18-person154" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> Gower. I have known him five years, and never heard any ill of him.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-18-person155" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him three years, and never heard but he was an honest man.</p>
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<persName id="t17521026-19-person160"> Peter Brown
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<interp inst="t17521026-19-person160" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On the first of September, coming from the city to my home in King Street, St. Ann's, I was met with by the prisoner, about eleven o'clock at night, after I had pass'd Temple Bar. She picked me up, and carried me to the
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<interp inst="t17521026-19-person161" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> master of it. We had some liquor, and after I had been in her company about half an hour, I miss'd my watch.</p>
<p>Q. When had you it last?</p>
<p>Brown. I felt it in my fob about two minutes before she picked me up.</p>
<p>Q. Was you sober?</p>
<p>Brown. I was in liquor; but knew very well what I did. I charged her with picking my pocket of it, and made a great deal of noise.</p>
<p>Q. Was you in a publick room?</p>
<p>Brown. No; we were in a room by ourselves. The landlord came in, I told him I had been robbed of a gold watch, and desired him to call a watchman. He said he would not; then came in a little woman, who undressed the prisoner quite to her smock; there was nothing found upon her. I was talking to the landlord, and calling, Watchman, very loud; then the prisoner slipped away. I then said to the landlord, You are a very pretty fellow. He took me by the collar, and pushed me out at the door, and shut it to. Then I called, Watch; the watchman came, I told him I had been robbed at that house, and asked him if he could not get it open? He said, he could not. I said, my cane was on the inside. Mr. Black open'd the wicket, and said, You have not paid your reckoning. I said, Let me in, and I'll pay it. He pushed my cane through, I took it, and went home. The next morning I came there again, and saw Mr. Black sweeping his door. He wanted me to come in. I said, No, I am sober now, I will not. I advertised my watch, four guineas reward, and after that at five guineas. Then there came a porter to the place where it was to be brought, who said he knew of the watch. He produces a gold watch. This is my watch.</p>
<p>Q. How came you by it?</p>
<p>Brown. It was brought before Justice Fielding, by
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<p>Q. Are you a married man?</p>
<p>Brown. I am, but she picked me up.</p>
<p>Q. from prisoner. Ask him whether he did not give me that watch?</p>
<p>Brown. No, I did not.</p>
<p>Q. from prisoner. Are not you father to this child, and another that I carry. Holding a child about two years old in her arms.</p>
<p>Brown. I never saw the prisoner before that night.</p>
<p>Q. from prisoner. Did not you come to my lodgings, and fetch me from thence to the George?</p>
<p>Brown. She picked me up in the street. I never saw her before.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-19-person163" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am servant to Mrs. Bibby, a pawnbroker in Stanhope Street. The prisoner brought a gold watch, something like this. I can't swear this is it. I delivered it to Thomas Bibby, my fellow servant.</p>
<p>Q. Was it advertised then?</p>
<p>Murphet. No, it was not.</p>
<p>Q. Was it not advertised before you parted with it out of your shop?</p>
<p>Murphet. I did not know that it was.</p>
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<p>Murphet. I lent six guineas upon it.</p>
<p>Q. What is it worth?</p>
<p>Murphet. I don't know.</p>
<p>Q. Is it worth ten pounds?</p>
<p>Murphet. I don't know the value of it.</p>
<p>Q. How do you know how to lend your money upon goods if you don't know the value of them ?</p>
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<p>Q. Was it delivered to him on purpose to have it sold, or parted with, there having been some rumour of its being a stolen watch?</p>
<p>Murphet. She said she brought it from a gentleman.</p>
<p>Q. Who paid the money again?</p>
<p>Murphet. I don't know.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know the prisoner before?</p>
<p>Murphet. We did; she once before brought a gold watch, and a gentleman and she had it out again.</p>
<p>Q. What is her employment?</p>
<p>Murphet. I don't know that.</p>
<p>Q. What sort of a gentleman was that who came with her?</p>
<p>Murphet. I can't say what sort of a gentleman he was.</p>
<p>Q. What have you dealt with her before for?</p>
<p>Murphet. We have for small things.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-19-person165"> Thomas Bibby
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<interp inst="t17521026-19-person165" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am servant to my sister-in-law. Her name is Bibby. The prisoner pawned this watch at our shop.</p>
<p>Q. Was it advertised when you took it in?</p>
<p>Bibby. There was a watch advertised the day after which was made at Paris; but it did not answer to this, because there was no seal to this.</p>
<p>Q. Was this made at Paris?</p>
<p>Bibby. It was.</p>
<p>Q. Did she fetch it away, or did you go to her with it, after you read the advertisement?</p>
<p>Bibby. I went to her, and asked her how she got it; she said, she came by it very honestly.</p>
<p>Q. Did the advertisement lead you to go to her?</p>
<p>Bibby. It did.</p>
<p>Q. How came you not to send for the person that advertised it, instead of going to the prisoner, that he might give proper descriptions of it?</p>
<p>Bibby. I did not think it to be the same, upon account of the hour hand not being described. I told her of the advertisement. She said, it was quite a false, and that she had it of a gentleman whom she knew very well.</p>
<p>Q. Did you think she came honestly by it?</p>
<p>Bibby. I did.</p>
<p>Q. Who paid you the money back for it?</p>
<p>Bibby. I went with her into the city to a gentleman who is here in court.</p>
<p>Q. How came you to go with her, to have it replaced from your shop into the hands of another ?</p>
<p>Bibby. She said, rather than we should be any way fearful, she had a friend in the city would lend her the money.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know what business she was of?</p>
<p>Bibby. I did not.</p>
<p>Q. Did you carry the other watch you speak of back to her for her to redeem it?</p>
<p>Bibby. No.</p>
<p>Q. Did she fetch it in three or four days?</p>
<p>Bibby. I believe she did.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-19-person166" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am clerk to a factory in Ironmonger Lane, at Mr. Shepherd's. The prisoner and Mr. Bibby came on the fourteenth of September, about one o'clock to the Angel, and sent for me; they were up one pair of stairs. I went, the prisoner told me she had an execution against her for a small debt, which she imagined to be done in spite by some of her neighbours, and this person that was with her had passed his word for her safe return, as she told him she could borrow the money. She said the debt was six guineas. She seem'd very much distressed, and said, if I would lend her the money for three or four days, she should be bound to pray for me, and would leave this gold watch for it. She said, the person had not the money himself, or he would advance it for her.</p>
<p>Q. Was Bibby in company at this time?</p>
<p>Oakley. He was.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say this watch was pawned to him, and he came in order to get his money?</p>
<p>Oakley. No, not a word of that. I understood this watch was brought to me to be pledged as the first time. I lent her six guineas, and had the watch.</p>
<p>Q. Who did you deliver the money to?</p>
<p>Oakley. I delivered it to her; Bibby had the watch. She took that from him, and gave it to me, and gave him the money. Then I call'd up the landlord to be a witness, saying to him, upon the payment of so much money, I am to deliver this watch back. This was on Thursday. On the Monday following she came to the same house in the evening, to pay me the money, and but a few hours before that a person had shewed me the paper with the advertisement, and said he was directed by some people to Ironmonger Lane. He said he understood it was, not honestly come by. I ask'd what must be done in the case? He said, your best way
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260011"/> will be to deliver it up quietly; then he said he would go to the person that employed him, and come again to me; in the mean time she came, and paid me the money that I had lent her. I told her what had happened, she replied it was only a sudge, adding, if I was in fear, I might keep it till she came again; so I kept it for my own security.</p>
<p>Q. Is this the same watch?</p>
<p>Oakley. It is. Upon finding she was apprehended afterwards, I inquired of an attorney what I must do, and he said my best way would be to deliver it up; so I delivered it to Mr. Hammond, the master of the house, where she sent for me, and the attorney, and desired us to carry it to the justice, and deliver it up.</p>
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<persName id="t17521026-19-person168"> Thomas Bibby
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<interp inst="t17521026-19-person168" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , coming to my house on the 15th of September; she came the 14th, and asked for Mr. Oakley, I was called up, and Mr. Oakley said, Look here, I am to return the watch upon receiving six guineas ; afterwards I carried it to Justice Fielding's.</p>
<p>Q. Is this the same that is here produced?</p>
<p>Hammond. I really believe it is; the hour and minute hands were gold, and Paris was at the bottom of the plate.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I don't deny but that I had the watch of the prosecutor; he gave it me. I had broke my leg and arm by a fall from a horse, and having two children, he was so kind, one day, as to call at my lodgings. I was not able to stir out of my bed, and was obliged to sell my bed, and pawn all my clothes. He told me he had no money, but he gave me the watch to pawn for three guineas; I took it, and pawned it for six, at which he was very angry, and would not take it out. I told him I would let him have the three guineas again, when my child's father came to town, but he would not agree to fetch it out. The watch was advertised, and Mr. Bibby brought it to me; then I went to Mr. Oakley, and he lent me the money, and I got the money for it again. That very night the prosecutor brought me from my lodgings up as far as the George; I asked him how far he was going to carry me, and said he might as well go to the Fountain Tavern; and he brought me into the top room. I believe he was a little in liquor. He then said, I miss my watch; I replied, Don't go to take any advantage of one you have known so long, you know you gave me the watch. He insisted upon having the watchman called, I was searched, and nothing found upon me; then he would not pay his reckoning, and the man shoved him and I out of doors; I said, Mr. Brown, you had better go home. I went home, and left him there, and was very uneasy about it, but never saw him after that till before Justice Fielding. In our unhappy way of life, it is very seldom we have witnesses by when we take money, and the like.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. Upon my oath I never was with her in any place, or saw her, before that night I lost my watch.
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<p>Q. Did you see it first in the morning?</p>
<p>S. Harwood. No, our coachman did, but he is not here.</p>
<p>Richens's Defence.</p>
<p>That girl [meaning Little] came down to me on that Sunday morning, and bid me put on one of these handkerchiefs, an apron, and a cap.</p>
<p>Little's Defence.</p>
<p>As I came from work on Saturday night, a black man, servant to the gentleman, gave me these things.</p>
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<p>For Richens, see her trial, Numb. 119, in Alderman Winterbottom's Mayoralty.</p>
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<p>Q. Are you sure it was Gore?</p>
<p>Aimey. I am quite sure. Then I said we were poor servants, and had nothing to give him; upon which he said to the coachman, G - d - n your blood, drive off directly. The coachman drove to our door, and we put the women into our house; then the coachman, I, and
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<p>Q. Did you see any other with Gore?</p>
<p>Aimey. No, my Lord, I did not; I did not see the other prisoner till after Gore ran away, and we after him, and took him a little before we came to Charlton-House, in Pall-Mall. The pistol lay just by his side when we took him. Although we called watch and thieves, the watch did not come for several minutes. We carried him to the watch-house. It was a moon light night. Gore had been pricked in his arm; and it bled.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260013"/> the 15th of July, about half an hour after one in the morning, and just as I came to turn into the Square, I observed the two prisoners walking together. Gore came up, and clapped a pistol, I believe, within half a yard of my head, and swore d - n his blood, if I did not immediately stop, he would blow my brains out. He said so a second time, then I stopt. He went and clapped his left hand on the coach door, presented a pistol with his right into the coach, and demanded their money; they replied they were but poor servants, and had nothing for him. He then demanded it a second time, and they made the same reply. Then he came up to me, presented his pistol, and swore if I did not make off, off, off (for so he expressed himself ) he would blow my brains out. I drove directly to our own door, which was but about thirty yards off.</p>
<p>Q. How near did Hughs come at that time? Conner. I believe he did not come within ten yards of the coach.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say any thing to you?</p>
<p>Conner. He did not speak a word in my hearing. When the women were in the house,
<persName id="t17521026-23-person210"> John Grinfield
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<interp inst="t17521026-23-person210" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , who was in our house, gave his wife what money he had, and he, the footman, and I, went in pursuit of them. I picked up a stone going along, and saw the two prisoners attacking a single gentleman at the corner of the Square. When they saw us, they both ran, as did also the gentleman, thinking we had been accomplices. I flung the stone at Gore, but missed him. He ran down Pall-Mall, in the middle of the street, Hughs ran on the flag stones, within the posts. I ran after Gore, I believe, 150 yards; I kicked up his heels in Pall-Mall, and with the force of his fall the pistol flew out of his hand. I secured him immediately, and lay upon him seven or eight minutes before the watch came. I think the footman came first, and I bid him take up the pistol, which he did. When the watchman came, I delivered one hand to the watchman, and I held the other; then we led him to the watch-house. I went to see him when in Newgate, and he told me, the reason that he left us was, because he saw a better mark coming, which he thought to attack.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-23-person211"> Catharine Grinfield
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<interp inst="t17521026-23-person211" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I was one of the women that was in the coach. Gore presented a pistol to the footboy, and demanded his money. I saw the other standing at the corner, but did not hear him speak.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-23-person212" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am husband to the last witness. After the coach came home, I went along with the coachman and footman, and saw the two prisoners engaged with one Captain Browning: they ran away, and we after them, I was within about forty yards when Gore was taken by the coachman, and I saw the pistol lying by his side when on the ground.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-23-person213"> John James
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<interp inst="t17521026-23-person213" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I heard the cry of stop thief, being at that time a centinel at Charlton-House. I saw Hughs run by, and another after him; I stopt Hughs in Pall-Mall, and told him he was my prisoner; he replied, he might as well be my prisoner as any body's else.</p>
<p>Q. Had he any instrument in his hand?</p>
<p>James. I saw none. I brought him to my box, and kept him till the constable came.</p>
<p>Gore's Defence.</p>
<p>I had been out with some friends, and coming through Pall-Mall home, I heard some people cry out stop thief; there was a gentleman, and one or two other persons with him; I crossed the way from them. There was no body with me. That coachman came, and heaved a stone at me; I ran aside to shun the stone, he ran after me, and kicked up my heels. The gentleman that was stopt came to the justice's the day after I was committed, and said I was not the man. These witnesses were all there.</p>
<p>Q. to Conner. Was there any body came there on such an account?</p>
<p>Conner. Captain Browning came there, and said Gore was a man about the stature of one of them, but he could not positively swear to him.</p>
<p>The footman deposed to the same purport.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260014"/> came up there was only Welch sitting. I said, where is the other gentleman? He said, he is gone over the way and will come presently. Then I saw Smith standing at the tap-room door, and said, you are the person that came with the other gentleman. He said, no, he was not, he never saw him in his life. Seeing my tankard was gone I challenged them with it. Smith said, he was never in the kitchin, the boy and maid said he was there. We searched about the bench and found nothing where Smith was standing, but under the bench between Welch's legs there I found a base metal tankard, or what is called French plate, tied up in a handkerchief.</p>
<p>Q. Were there any other people in your house at this time?</p>
<p>Patton. There was only one besides the prisoners, and that was
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<persName id="t17521026-24-person222"> William Dixon
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person222" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am servant to Mr. Patton. I saw Smith come into the kitchin with his face towards the tankard, then I saw it. He asked me for a pint of beer, so I went down into the cellar and told my master, there was a strange gentleman in the kitchin who had sent me down for the beer, and the tankard was gone when I returned with the beer. In searching about the tap-room this base metal tankard was found in a handkerchief between Welch's legs under the bench. I know it was not there five minutes before, for I had fed a little dog there and should have seen it had it been there.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-24-person223"> John Fish
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person223" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was in the house at this time, there were the two prisoners, and the maid, master, and boy went out of the room. The prisoners called for a tankard of mild beer, then Smith opened the door and went into the kitchin and there he staid; there were two tankards in the kitchin; the boy hearing the bell came in, and asked Smith what he wanted, he said, a pint of beer. Then the boy went into the cellar to his master. Smith walked past me to the tap-room door and opened it, and was half out; then he came and sat down by me, with asking my leave by way of compliment; I said he was welcome.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see him take the tankard?</p>
<p>Fish. No, I did not. I saw the base metal one found under Welch's legs, he sat cross legged. They both denied it to be theirs.</p>
<p>Q. from Smith. Did I open the door? Are you sure of that?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I had shut the door when I went down, and it was open when I returned.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-24-person224"> Mary Cole
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person224" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I was washing the dishes in the yard, and Smith came into the kitchin. I said, it is not usual for strange gentlemen to came into the kitchin, then the boy come in. I went backwards into the yard, there is a window that commands the kitchin, through which I saw Smith walking as hard as he could towards the door immediately.</p>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17521026-24-off136 t17521026-24-crimeloc138"/>. On the twelfth instant Welch came in about seven o'clock, and called for a pint of beer; it was drawn him in a silver mug; in about ten minutes after Smith came in.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know them before?</p>
<p>Corral. No, I did not. He called for a pint of beer, and it was brought him in another silver mug. I went down into the cellar and left them in the room; Welch was seated but the other was not. I did not see the mug brought to Smith. When I came up again the maid was making them a welch rabbit. Then they were both seated, and as close together as two men could be, at a little table about two feet six inches long, in a settle near the fire.</p>
<p>Q. Did you hear them converse together?</p>
<p>Corrall. I saw them lean their heads together once or twice. Then they had two silver mugs standing before them on the table, and I observed when I came up the candle was removed from the table and put on the mantlepiece aloft, which was not a usual place. Smith's pint being out he ordered the maid to send the boy to fill it again, which was done. Then he desired the maid to drink with him, she refused it, and said, she had drank once out of the other pint. He desired very much she would, and at last she did. They staid some considerable time. I was sitting in a box just by, the maid was just stepped out at the door and gone a cross the way. Welch paid me for one pint of beer, the other for two and a welch rabbit, all in halfpence, and went away about five or ten minutes before eight o'clock both together </p>
<p>Q. How long did they continue in your house after you came out of the cellar?</p>
<p>Corral. About a quarter of an hour. The pot was missed before the mugs were put out of my sight, or any body moved in the house, which was in about three or four minutes after they were
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<p>Q. Did you go after the prisoners?</p>
<p>Corrall. It was too late to go after them.</p>
<p>Q. Have you ever found it again ?</p>
<p>Corrall. No, I have not. Hearing of the prisoners being taken up about a tankard, I went to see them, and swore they were the men that were drinking in my house at that time. The metal mug was produced in court.</p>
<p>Q. Is this one of the mugs that you had in your house before ?</p>
<p>Corrall. No, it is not. I am positive both my mugs were silver that were on the table, and there was no soul near the table but the prisoners. The base metal one was very much like that which Smith was drinking out of; having but one of that make, and finding two, we found it out directly. The other that I lost had no belly to it, only a litle rim round it, and it goes straight up.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-24-person229"> Jane Stock
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person229" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am servant to the prosecutor. On the twelfth of this month Mr. Welch came into our house about one o'clock and called for a pint of beer, he sat a trifle of time and then went away. He came again about three, and called for another pint of beer, but did not stay then. A little time after that he came again, about seven, and called for another pint, I drew it in a silver pint mug, he had all the times the same mug. He staid there about ten minutes, then Smith came in and called for another pint of beer. which was drawn him in another silver mug. He sat down at the same table with Welch on a settle near the fire. Smith desired me to make him a welch rabbit.</p>
<p>Q. Were the two mugs you set before them silver ones?</p>
<p>J. Stock. I am sure they were, Smith drank his pint of beer and desired me to bid the boy fill it again, I did. Then he desired me to drink with him, so I did, and then I went out.</p>
<p>Q. What time did you go out?</p>
<p>J. Stock. I went out about four or five minutes before eight o'clock. I had not been out above three or four minutes, and when I came in they were gone.</p>
<p>Q. Where were they when you went out?</p>
<p>J. Stock. I left them in the same place where they were drinking near the fire.</p>
<p>Q. Had they continued in the same place all the time they were in the house?</p>
<p>J. Stock. They had. I sat facing them about half an hour, and for the rest I was backwards and forwards about my business.</p>
<p>Q. When had you seen that silver mug which is missing last ?</p>
<p>J. Stock. I had drank out of it the moment before I went out. When I came back again I went into the bar for a mug to draw a pint of beer, and seeing two of the same pattern missed it directly. It was in three or four minutes at most. We had but one mug of that shape which is lost.</p>
<p>Q. How came you to go into the bar to look for a mug?</p>
<p>J. Stock. Because the boy had taken the two mugs from off the table and set them in the bar.</p>
<p>Q. Which mug was missing?</p>
<p>J. Stock. The mug that Smith had was missing, and a base metal one put in its place.</p>
<p>Q. Is the boy here?</p>
<p>J. Stock. He is not, being wanted at home.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I ordered the boy to take the mugs off the table and wipe out the score as soon as they had paid their reckoning, in both their hearing, and saw him set them in the bar close by me.</p>
<p>Q. Look at this base metal mug. Is that the mug you found in the bar?</p>
<p>J. Stock. It is.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see it stand on the table when they were drinking?</p>
<p>J. Stock. No, I did not at all. When Mr. Smith had eat the welch rabbit he took the news paper to read, but Welch removed the candle from the table to the mantlepiece and the other took it back again three times.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person230" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , On the twelfth of this month I went into the prosecutor's house about seven o'clock in the evening, there were two men, I don't attempt to swear they were the prisoners, for I took but little notice of them. I observed the candle to be removed from the man a reading two or three times. When they had been gone two or three minutes, and the master had bid the boy clear the table, the maid went into the bar and said, what strange silver mug is this, so it was found out.</p>
<p>Q. to Prosecutor. In whose possession has this base metal mug been since that time?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. It has been in the possession of the constable.</p>
<p>Welch's Defence.</p>
<p>I have been acquainted in the house, and went in to have a pint of beer in the morning. I went into the city, and came again about seven o'clock and had another, and staid there some time. This man that stands here ( pointing to Smith ) I never saw in my life, till I was taken a fortnight ago.
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<p>Smith's Defence.</p>
<p>I absolutely deny that of being in the prosecutor's house, or in the court where the house is. I will make it manifest, that I was at St. James's all the afternoon till eight o'clock at night, and after that at my lodgings in Chancery-lane.</p>
<p>Q. to the Prosecutor. Are you certain Smith was in your house that night?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I am very sure he was, my lord.</p>
<p>Q. By what did you observe of him to know him again?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. He has a sort of a mark on his left cheek. I know him perfectly well both by his countenance and speech.</p>
<p>Q. to
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<p>J. Stock. I am certain he was, and asked me to drink with him, and I did.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. We were asked before the justice to pick them out from amongst ten or twelve men that were set in front, and we did.</p>
<p>For Welch.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-24-person232"> Thomas Webster
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person232" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live in Fore-street and keep a publick house. I have known Welch these twelve months, he is a journeyman shoemaker and used my house. I have trusted him with plate and he never wronged me.</p>
<p>Jeffery Chandler. I am a shoemaker in Fore-street. Welch lodged with me between thirteen and fourteen months, he went from me about four months ago, he behaved just and honest all that time.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person233" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him twenty two years. I never knew of any thing in my life that hurt his character before.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person234" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live in Hosier-lane, and am a carpenter. I have known him from his infancy, and remember his coming from Ireland between three and four years ago. He has a very honest character.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person236" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep a publick house in Redlion-street, Holbourn. I have known him some time, and never heard to the contrary but he was an honest man.</p>
<p>For Smith.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person237" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I live in Balsover-street, near Oxford road.</p>
<p>Q. What is your business?</p>
<p>A. Plea. I am of no business at all. I have known Smith about twelve years.</p>
<p>Q. Where does he lodge?</p>
<p>A. Plea. I don't know that. It is somewhere in Clare-market. I saw him the twelfth of October at our house in the Hay-market, we lived there then. I believe it was between three and four o'clock, he called accidentally and was very urgent to be gone, but staid till between seven and eight. My sister came home to drink tea, I believe it was a full half hour after seven, but then you must allow, as the justice told me, that the clocks vary. I believe there is a good deal in that.</p>
<p>Q. What is his business?</p>
<p>A. Plea. I never enquired into that. He always appeared to me in the character of a gentleman, and I liked his company as a good agreeable man. I did, indeed I did. I came acquainted with him purely by accident.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know Welch?</p>
<p>A. Plea. No, I do not. I did not know there was such a man in the world till I saw him in a poultry coop (pointing to the Bail dock).</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person238" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live at the bottom of Bream's buildings in Chancery-lane, the prisoner, Smith, has lodged with me about six months. On the 12th of October, about eight o'clock, he was at my house. I believe I may be positive of it within a quarter of an hour, over or under.</p>
<p>Q. What is his business?</p>
<p>Boulton. Upon my word I never enquired into that, I never was much in his company. He has a house of his own in St. Ann's Lane, Seven Dials, I have trusted him with plate and things about my house and he never wronged me.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-24-person239" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I work for Miss Plea plainwork. I saw Smith the Thursday after Michaelmas day, between seven and eight o'clock, at her house. Miss Plea desired him to stay and eat a bit of a goose. I staid till eight, then went away and left him there.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know Welch ?</p>
<p>C. Buckley. No, I never did, till I saw him in Newgate.</p>
<p>Q. to Boulton. Do you know Welch?</p>
<p>Boulton. I never saw him in my life to my knowledge till I saw him before the justice.</p>
<p>Pears Britt. I have known Smith about twelve
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<p>Q. What is his employment?</p>
<p>Britt. I always heard he was bred up to the law.</p>
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<p>See Smith tried before, No. 89, in Alderman Winterbottom's mayoralty.</p>
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<note>[Transportation. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>529. (M)
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<p>531. (M.)
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<p>The prosecutor lives in
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<p>Q. What part of your house did you miss it from?</p>
<p>Gallant. It was lost from out of a club room up one pair of stairs.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know the prisoner before?</p>
<p>Gallant. He had used my house before, and behaved well; I never mistrusted him. He was there the night I missed it. When he was taken before Justice Fielding he confessed that it was my tankard ; it is cut in so small pieces I can't swear to it. Produced in court, cut in pieces almost as small as barley corns.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's defence.</p>
<p>The man where I had the silver is run away.</p>
<p>To his character.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-29-person263" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known him twelve months. He was always honest and sober.</p>
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<p>King Gold. On the first of September, between five and six in the evening, going from Ealing to town, about half a mile from my own house, my
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260018"/> coach was stopped by a single highwayman; he had on a brown indifferent great coat, a black piece of silk over his face, and a pistol in his hand; he first demanded that I would deliver my money. I pulled out a purse in which I had only a guinea and half, which he took from me. It was some time before I delivered my watch, he cocked his pistol, and presenting it to my breast, said he'd fire if I did not deliver it immediately; this he repeated several times. He would have my watch, and once attempted to pull it out. I said my hands were very lame, I was a gouty sort of a man, and could not make such haste as he would have me. At last I delivered it; he then presented his pistol to the coachman, and bid him go on.</p>
<p>Q. Did he speak like an Englishman, or a foreigner?</p>
<p>Gold. The moment he began to open his mouth I knew him to be a foreigner, and speak as bad English as ever I heard. There were very large holes in the silk for him to look through. He is shewed a pistol. I think I can swear this is the pistol I was robbed with. I believe it is a foreign make, and I thought so then on seeing it.</p>
<p>Q. How long might he be in committing this robbery?</p>
<p>Gold. He was a great many minutes in commiting it. I was surprized that there were so many people on the road, and none came up. His coat looked like a coat to disguise him.</p>
<p>Q. Look at the prisoner. What have you to charge him with ?</p>
<p>Gold. I verily believe him to be the man. I saw him at Justice Fielding's, and the moment I saw him I thought I knew his eyes.</p>
<p>Q. Had he his own hair, or a wig?</p>
<p>Gold. I could not tell that, his great coat was put up. I more particularly remarked his voice, if he speaks watch, no man can be mistaken in him. He is certainly the man, I am certain he is the man that robbed me.</p>
<p>Cross examined.</p>
<p>Q. Was not you surprized at this time?</p>
<p>Gold. I can't say I was without fear. or I had not delivered my watch; but it was but very little.</p>
<p>Q. Did the silk cover his whole face?</p>
<p>Gold. It did to his breast, but there were large eye-holes, and I perceived long eye-lashes, and a full stare with his eye.</p>
<p>Q. What was the colour of his eye lashes?</p>
<p>Gold. I can't tell; they seemed to be dark.</p>
<p>Q. What was the first word he said to you?</p>
<p>Gold. It was, stop, stop, stop.</p>
<p>Q. From these words did you take him to be a foreigner?</p>
<p>Gold. I did; and from the words, deliver your money.</p>
<p>Q. Had you any body with you?</p>
<p>Gold. There was Mr. Sweet in the coach with me.</p>
<p>Q. Was he robbed at the same time?</p>
<p>Gold. He took his money first, then he called upon me for mine.</p>
<p>Q. How did he call out?</p>
<p>Gold. He said, maak hast.</p>
<p>Mr. Sweet. I was in the coach with Mr. Gold at this time, on the 1st of September, about half an hour after five in the afternoon. I think the prisoner is the man that did the robbery. The person had a black silk on his face. He clapped his pistol close to my breast and demanded my money, and after that my watch. Then he robbed Mr. Gold of his watch and money. I took a great deal of notice of his speech.</p>
<p>Q. Have you heard the prisoner speak since?</p>
<p>Sweet. I have before the justice. He talked about the watch, and to the best of my judgment, the voice is exactly the same. I said he was a foreigner as soon as we were robbed; the holes through the silk were about the size of a crown piece, but I did not take particular notice of his eyes. He had a great coat on of a darkish or brownish colour.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know the watch Mr. Gold lost?</p>
<p>Sweet. I do, I was sent for to Mr. Dunlop's shop to see it, and can swear to that to be the same Mr. Gold lost.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person268" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a watchmaker, and live in Spring Garden, Charing-cross. Mr. Gold advertised his watch to be brought to our house, with ten guineas reward ; it was brought and delivered to me by
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<p>Q. Where is he?</p>
<p>Dunlop. That is the prisoner at the bar. His landlord came to me and informed me the prisoner had been out of town, and upon Hounslow Heath he had been robbed, and likewise a Chaise was robbed, and he thought Captain Jasper, who had been robbed some time before, might get intelligence of his watch. On Saturday the 14th, in the evening, the prisoner came in a hackney coach to my door; in one hand he had the advertisement describing the gold watch. I looked upon it and said that was not the watch of Captain Jasper, but
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260019"/> that of Mr. Gold. Then he put the gold watch into my hand, I looked upon it and found it to be Mr. Gold's. The prisoner sat down, and told me he had been out of town, and upon Hounslow Heath had been robb'd of 2 guineas and a half, and also that a post chaise with two ladies in it had been robbed of eighteen or twenty guineas. That he (the prisoner) came up to their chaise, and asked them if they had been robbed? They said yes, and pointing said, there goes the highwayman. He likewise told me he offered to borrow a horse of a gentleman ; that he pursued, and being come up with the highwayman by the Duke of Argyle's, the highwayman's horse made a plunge, and he cocked a pistol; that he followed him to the side of the Thames; that the highwayman dropped a pistol, and he took it up; that the highwayman took into the Thames, and finding he could not swim over, came back again, and said, if you'll let me escape I'll give you a gold watch; that the prisoner said, you look to be a good-natured gentleman, if you'll go with me to Hounslow I'll give you a glass of wine; that he took the watch, and they rode on together. When they came there he went to collar the highwayman, who pulled out two pistols; he discharged one at him, and with the other shot himself. I asked him what sort of a person he was that shot himself? He answered, a man about five feet ten inches high, almost six feet, and a d - n'd ugly looking fellow. He looks at the gold watch. This is the watch he brought to me to get the reward; my brother made it.</p>
<p>Q. to Mr. Gold. Is this the watch you was robbed of on the first of September?</p>
<p>Gold. It is the same; it had then a fine steel chain, which is not on it now.</p>
<p>Q. to Dunlop. Is it in the same condition it was when the prisoner brought it to you?</p>
<p>Dunlop. It is; it had nothing but a silk string on it then. The prisoner seemed uneasy to be gone. I told him the gentleman that owned the watch was a man of great honour, and that he need not doubt having the reward. I sent for Mr. Sweet, and Mr.
<persName id="t17521026-30-person270"> Charles Gold
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<p>Cross examined.</p>
<p>Q. Did he come to you in a publick manner, freely and voluntarily?</p>
<p>Dunlop. He did, and told me the story I have been repeating.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ask him where he lodged?</p>
<p>Dunlop. I did.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say he had shewed this watch to any body before he brought it to you ?</p>
<p>Dunlop. No, he did not; nor did I ask him.</p>
<p>Q. Did he talk good English?</p>
<p>Dunlop. He talked pretty good English.</p>
<p>Q. Would it be easy to distinguish him to be a foreigner in hearing him speak two or three words?</p>
<p>Dunlop. Yes, it was very easy ; his landlord had before informed me that he was a foreigner ; but if he had not, it was easily discerned.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person272" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . My father's watch and seal having been described in an advertisement, with ten guineas reward, and in case the person was discovered they should have five guineas more, on Saturday was se'nnight, between five and six in the afternoon, a messenger came and told me my father's watch was brought to Mr. Dunlop's. I, not being very well, desired they'd come down to me in Privy Gardens. Mr. Sweet and the prisoner came; the prisoner told me what he was come upon, and produced this watch and seal of my father's which has since been in my custody. He told me he had brought my father's watch and seal, as he supposed by the advertisement. I desired him to give me an account how he came possessed of them, after I had taken them. He told me he was upon Hounslow Heath, and pursued a highwayman till he stopp'd and told him he was an unfortunate tradesman, and desired he'd not ruin him, saying, go about your business, here is a watch and seal for you; that he took it and seemed to be friends with him; they then rode on together. I said at last, what am I to do? He produced the news paper, upon which I understood he meant to receive the reward. He gave me his name and place of abode. I gave him a drought on my banker for ten guineas, which he received. I found when I sent to enquire, that he did live at the place he mentioned, having been there four days. The next morning I went to Hounslow, to see the man that lay dead, whether the description answered to what he had said. I found strong reason for suspicion of the prisoner. I got a warrant and the prisoner was taken at his lodgings the next morning.</p>
<p>Cross examined.</p>
<p>Q. Did he not tell you he was robbed himself?</p>
<p>C. Gold I cannot undertake to say he did.</p>
<p>Q. Did he not tell you that the highwayman had thrown away the money?</p>
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<persName id="t17521026-30-person273"> Joshua Flinden
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person273" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am Mr. Gold's coachman. I drove him when he was stopt, which was on the first of September. The man that stopt and robbed him was a well made lusty man, had a silk or crape before his face, with a great coat on, patched under both arms with a different colour, being rather darker. He said, Do, do; I did not understand him; then he cry'd stop in a very great hurry, and said, Maak basi, maak basi, maak basi.</p>
<p>Q. How long might the person be in committing the robbery?</p>
<p>Flinden. I believe about ten or twelve minutes.</p>
<p>Q. Have you heard the prisoner speak since he was in custody?</p>
<p>Flinden. I have before the justice, and his voice is very much like the person's that committed the robbery. He is also much about the size of the person but his great coat was buttoned up.</p>
<p>Q Did you see the dead man afterwards ?</p>
<p>Flinden. I have. That man was not at all of the size of the man that robbed my master; he was a good deal less than the thief; there was no comparison in bulk.</p>
<p>Q. Did you take notice of the horse the highwayman rode on that robbed your master?</p>
<p>Flinden. I did; it was a black horse, with a star and a grey tail.</p>
<p>Q. Have you seen that horse since?</p>
<p>Flinden. Never before, or since, to my knowledge.</p>
<p>Q. Could you see any part of his face?</p>
<p>Flinden. No; but the chin appeared black, and I took him to be a man of a darkish beard.</p>
<p>Q. Could you distinguish his eyes?</p>
<p>Flinden. No.</p>
<p>Q. Could you have known him again by his face, had you seen him half an hour after?</p>
<p>Flinden. No, I could not.</p>
<p>Q. to Sweet. What did the prisoner say to you, when you first saw him at Mr. Dunlop's?</p>
<p>Sweet. He had the watch in his hand, and said, Here be the watch the gentleman advertised; I am come for the reward of ten guineas; the man is dead.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say he himself had been robbed?</p>
<p>Sweet. He said he was, of two guineas and a half.</p>
<p>Q. After the man gave him the gold watch, what did he say then?</p>
<p>Sweet. He said he accepted it; then he said, Give me the money you robbed me of, and he replied, I have thrown it into the kennel.</p>
<p>Q. What did he say was done after that?</p>
<p>Sweet. Then he said he asked the man to go to Hounslow, and drink a pint of wine; when they came there, he cried stop highwayman; then the man drew a pistol, and snapt it at him, but it did not go off; then he drew another, put it to his left ear, and shot himself dead.</p>
<p>Q. Did you hear him charged with having a great coat on that day?</p>
<p>Sweet. I did; he answered he had not had a great coat on since he came to England the last time.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person274" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am clerk to Judge Burnet.</p>
<p>Q. When did you first see the prisoner at the bar?</p>
<p>Sackvile. I beg to be excused answering that, lest it should be a prejudice to the prisoner. I know nothing of the robbery, but happened to be at Hounslow when the man shot himself. I saw a crowd of people surrounding two men on horse-back, presently a pistol went off, and I saw a man drop. My postman stopt, and I got out, went to them, and asked what was the reason of this accident; as also who had pursued this man, as they cried out a highwayman. The prisoner was there, and he said, I'll tell you the whole story. Coming along, continued he, there were two ladies in a post-chaise, and seeing a man stop them, I rode up, and asked them if they had been robbed; they answered no, but that that man had attempted to rob us; then I replied, I'll take him for you. I came up with the man in a very little time, he turned about, saying. What do you follow me for? adding, if I did not go off, he'd shoot me through the head. I said I will not hurt you, but if you will go with me, I'll give you a bottle of wine. I asked him how he came to follow this man, as having no arms; to which he replied: In going along upon the heath, the man dropt a pistol out of a leather apron; that he got off his horse, took it up, and rode on to drink a bottle of wine, when this accident happened. Here I left him, and came on towards London.</p>
<p> *** In a few days will be published PART II. of these Proceedings.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260021"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE King's Commissions of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery FOR THE CITY of LONDON; And also the Gaol Delivery for the County of MIDDLESEX, HELD AT JUSTICE-HALL in the OLD-BAILEY, On Thursday the 26th, Friday the 27th, Saturday the 28th, and Monday the 30th, of OCTOBER.</p>
<p>In the 26th Year of His MAJESTY's Reign. NUMBER VIII. PART II. for the Year 1752. BEING THE Third SESSIONS in the MAYORALTY of the Right Honourable
<persName id="t17521026-30-person275"> Robert Alsop
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<p>Printed, and sold by M. COOPER, at the Globe in Pater-noster Row. 1752:</p>
<p>[Price Four-Pence.]</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260022"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE</p>
<p>King's Commissions of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery held for the City of London, &c.</p> </div1>
<p>Q. How was he dressed?</p>
<p>Sackvile. He had a loose great coat on; I saw it was patched under the right arm, and that the patch was rather darker than the coat. I thought it looked very extraordinary, that a man, so well dressed as he was, should wear so shabby a great coat. I then asked him if the highwayman had robbed him; he answered, No, he never offered to rob me; but said, after I had had a little conversation with him, he would not be taken, and that if I attempted it, he would shoot himself.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say any thing of the man riding into the Thames?</p>
<p>Sackvile. No, not a word.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say he had given him a gold watch?</p>
<p>Sackvile. No, he did not</p>
<p>Q. Did he to any body else at that time?</p>
<p>Sackvile. Not at Hounslow, at that time, as I know of. I happened to be there three days after, and there was no body talked about it in my hearing.</p>
<p>Q. Was you before Justice Fielding?</p>
<p>Sackvile. I was; there he told his worship he was robbed of two guineas and a half.</p>
<p>Q. How was the man dressed that was shot?</p>
<p>Sackvile. He had an old great coat on a very bad wig, and a leather apron. He was much about my size, (which was much less than the prisoner) and his brains were shot out of his head.</p>
<p>Q. Did you hear Mr. Gold's coachman say any thing before the justice?</p>
<p>Sackvile. He there said, he was sure the man that shot himself was not the man that robbed his master.</p>
<p>Q. Did the prisoner say any thing there about his being on horseback ?</p>
<p>Sackvile. He said he had not been on horseback above once or twice since he has been in England.</p>
<p>Q. to Charles Gold. What did you hear the prisoner say about his being on horseback ?</p>
<p>C. Gold. He said before me, and my father, he had been on horseback but three times in the six months he had been in England.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-30-person276"> John Jenkins
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person276" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am ostler to Mrs. Gale; she lets out horses, and the prisoner has had a horse three times at our stable; which I delivered to him. His usual time was to come about a quarter after five in the morning.</p>
<p>Q. How long is it since the first time?</p>
<p>Jenkins. I cannot justly say! The first time he had no whip, and I lent him a little cane.</p>
<p>Q. Did you hear him make any complaint that night he returned, when the man was shot at Hounslow?</p>
<p>Jenkins. He complained the same night, in my hearing, he had been robbed that day of four guineas. This was the last time he had a horse.</p>
<p>Q. Where did he tell you he lodged?</p>
<p>Jenkins. He said in Bond-Street, that night.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person277" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am headborough. I apprehended the prisoner last Monday was se'nnight. I searched his lodgings, and in opening a closet door, I found a pistol loaded: there also I found this hat; [holding one in his hand] and here are the holes where the pins have gone through to pin in crape, or silk, withinside the crown, on the front of it.</p>
<p>Mr. Gold. (looking at the hat ). This is very much like the hat the man had on that robbed me.</p>
<p>Scot. I taxed the prisoner about having a great coat, but he denied having any coat at all. [He
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260023"/> is shewn the pistol] This is the pistol I found charged in the closet.</p>
<p>Cross Examined.</p>
<p>Q. Did not the prisoner open the door without any compulsion to let you go in ?</p>
<p>Scot. He opened the door to his landlord ; he did not know who was there.</p>
<p>Q. What ro was he and in what part of the town?</p>
<p>Scot. A two pair of stairs room in Hanover-Street, Long-Acre. The landlord said he had lodged there four or five days.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person278" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I a livery stable. The prisoner hired a her's cannot say how long ago; the form was before Jenkin's came to be over.</p>
<p>Q. What did the prisoner then say his name was?</p>
<p>H. Gale. He said his name was Leesham.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure he did not say his name was Bourk ?</p>
<p>H. Gale. I am sure he did not.</p>
<p>Q. How many times had he hired a horse of you?</p>
<p>H. Gale. He had a horse of me four times in all.</p>
<p>Q. Did he tell you where he lived ?</p>
<p>H. Gale. I asked him where he lived, but did not understand him, he speaking very bad English, though I thought he said Brook Street.</p>
<p>Q. Had he always one horse?</p>
<p>H. Gale. He had; it was a black brown.</p>
<p>Mr. Cousseavs. I live in Hanover-Street, Long-Acre. The prisoner lodged at my house at the time of the highwayman's shooting himself at Hounslow. He lodged with me from Tuesday, old Michaelmas-day, to the Monday following. When he came home, after the man was shot, he told me he had been on the other side Hounslow, and coming back he was robbed of two guineas and a half; that afterwards he saw the man rob two ladies in a post-chaise, and seeing some horsemen come up, he desired them to lend him a horse, which they did ; that he pursued him, and seeing a pistol he on the heath, he dismounted, took it up, and mounted again; that presently he came up with him, and desired him to, or he was a dead man; that the other remained he would rather lose his life, or shoot himself; that he answered, Give me then the money you have taken from me, and he said he had thrown it away; that he requested him to put up his pistol, and he would put up his, which being agreed to, they went together towards Hounslow; that there he offered to seize him, but the man turning about, snapt a pistol at him, and with another pistol shot himself.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say any thing to you then about a gold watch?</p>
<p>Scot. No, he did not.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I am a foreigner, and cannot speak in the speech way. This day I went out to Windsor, to see the prince, and hired a horse at Kensington. I dined of Hounslow Heath about four o'clock, about two miles from the town. I was stopt by a highwayman on a chesnut horse, with a whitish coloured great coat, and a wig ; he was a strong shouldered man; he robbed me of two guineas and a half. He turned round some trees, and saw me a coming after him, upon which I dismounted my horse, covered myself in a hedge, and he passed by me. There was another man passed by, unto whom I said, I have been robbed by that fellow, will you lend me your horse ? which was a brown one; he did not, but gave me a coat to disguise me. There was a post-chaise with two ladies in it, the highwayman gallopped up to it, and I saw it stop. After that he rode away; I went up to the post-chaise, and asked the ladies if that man had robbed them, but they were affrighted, and could not give me an answer ; I went after him, and pursued him. Meeting a gentleman, I asked him to lend me his horse, or help me to pursue the highwayman; said he, I have no arms. I met other people on the road, and a little farther I found a pistol on the heath, and took it up: this gave me courage to pursue him. I went by the house upon Hounslow-Heath, and he went towards the Thames, but his horse would not go over. I then presented the pistol to the highwayman, and he cried out, Pray don't pursue me, I am an unfortunate tradesman ; said I, If you'll give me my money again, I'll let you go. To this he replied, I have no money, I have flung it into the water; but I have got a gold watch, and if you will shoot your pistol off, I will come to you and give it you. No, I said, I will not, but I will put it into my pocket; adding, as you be a good fellow, I will treat you with a bottle of wine ; he replied, I will go with you. When
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260024"/> we came to the King's Arms I took him by the right hand, and said, you are my prisoner. He gave his horse a spur and snap'd his pistol, but it did not go off, then he took the other and shot himself dead. I was very sorry that the man should do so, and went to the constable, but he did not understand me. They said, as the man is dead you have no business with it, and asked me no questions, so I said nothing of the watch: When I came home I went to a coffee-house in Long-acre and asked for the Daily Advertiser, there I saw the paragraph about a dead highwayman. I said, I was the man that pursued him, and he gave me a gold watch. I said, if I could not find it I would leave it there to be advertised, but in a little time I found it advertised, and then I said, I would go to the watchmaker, or the gentleman that it belonged to. From thence I went to a perriwig-maker and he dressed my hair. There I shew'd him the watch, and told him I had it of a highwayman. After that I shew'd it in Exeter-street to Mrs. Preston, then I came to Mr. Dunlop's shop, shew'd him the Advertiser and watch, and said, I had it of a highwayman that shot himself dead. He said, the gentleman is in the country. I replied, I will leave it here. Then he sent for the gentleman. I went with him and gave the watch to the gentleman in black clothes, and he gave me a note to go to a gentleman to take the reward. I gave them directions to my landlord, and my name. I thought it was doing justice to your country in pursuing the highwayman.</p>
<p>For the Prisoner.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person279" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I was attacked in a post-chaise by a single highwayman, which by report was the man that shot himself on the twelfth of this month. There was a gentleman rode up to me, I saw the sleeve of his coat, and was so affrighted when he asked me if I had been robbed that I could not make him an answer. He said he would pursue the villain, or the man.</p>
<p>Cross examined.</p>
<p>Q. Did he say he had been robbed by the same highwayman ?</p>
<p>S. Oaks. No, he did not.</p>
<p>Q. Did he speak like an Englishman, or a foreigner ?</p>
<p>S. Oaks. I cannot say which.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person280" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am the post boy that drove that lady over Hounslow-heath that time. She was at tacked by a single highwayman but not robbed. After that the prisoner came up to the post-chaise, and asked me if the chaise was stopped. I said, yes. Then he said, he would follow the highwayman, so turned back and rode as hard as he could.</p>
<p>Cross examined.</p>
<p>Q. Where was you going?</p>
<p>T. Dean. To Windsor. The prisoner came from Hounslow after the chaise, so did the highwayman, but the highwayman afterwards turned back again towards Hounslow.</p>
<p>Q. Are you certain it was the prisoner that came up to you?</p>
<p>T. Dean. I am sure it was.</p>
<p>Q. Did he speak like an Englishman, or a foreigner?</p>
<p>T. Dean. Like a foreigner.</p>
<p>Q. Where do you live?</p>
<p>T. Dean. At the Three Cups in Bread-street.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person281" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep a coffee-house in Long-acre. The prisoner came to my house on the thirteenth of October, about eleven or twelve o'clock. He called for a dish of coffee, then took the papers in his hand and read a paragraph about a highwayman that shot himself. Said he, this man I pursued, he had stopped a post-chaise in which were some ladies. After which he rode up to the post-chaise, and said, he would pursue him. He did, and the highwayman dropped his pistol. Then he picked it up and came up to him, and told him he would have his money again.</p>
<p>Q. What did he mean by that?</p>
<p>Guy. The money that he had robbed him of. The other told him he had dropped it, but would give him a gold watch to make him amends if he would not pursue him any further. Then he said, put up your pistol, and he put it up. Then the prisoner said, we will go and drink a glass of wine together, thinking to coaks him. When they came into the town he called, stop highwayman ; then the man took a pistol and shot himself.</p>
<p>Q. Did he ask your advice?</p>
<p>Guy. He shewed the watch, and asked me whether I knew if it was advertised. I told him there had been several, and one something like it, so I gave him some papers to look over. He said, I should be glad to find it, and if I do not. I will leave it here to be advertised. I said, you may do as you please for that. In about a quarter of an hour he found the advertisement and shewed it me,
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="175210260025"/> it answered to the watch; then he offered me six-pence for the Advertiser. I said, the paper is more to me, because gentlemen will want it. Then he said, I will bring it again, so he took it with him.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person282" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I remember the prisoner shewed a gold watch to me the Saturday before he was taken up, and said, he would go to the watch-maker's with it. I have known him ever since last June. He was in our house the last day of August, at ten o'clock, and said, as he was going into the city he had hurt his foot with the wheel of a chaise that had run over it, and if it was better he would come again on the morrow, but he did not.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person283" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The prisoner shew'd me a gold watch a fortnight ago to-morrow. He came into our shop and desired me to dress his hair; after that he went over the way and asked for a newspaper ; then he said, he should have some money for a watch, and asked me, if I had not heard of a highwayman that shot himself; he said, he pursued him, and was so close after him that he gave him this watch.</p>
<p>Cross examined.</p>
<p>Q. What time was this?</p>
<p>Shower. It was about one or two o'clock.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person284" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The prisoner shew'd me a watch it will be a fortnight to-morrow, and said, this is the watch I had of the man that shot himself, and I will carry it home to the gentleman.</p>
<persName id="t17521026-30-person285"> Mary Owen
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person285" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The prisoner was at home at his lodgings all day, the first of September, and I was with him. I lodged in the next room to him, at the corner of Dyer-street, at Mr. Harris's. He got up about eight o'clock. He allowed me a trifle to wait on him, and paid me that day, so I set it down in chalk-behind the door, it was sixpence per week ; and he did not go out at all that day.</p>
<p>Justice Bulstrode. The prisoner came to my house on the twelfth of October, about six o'clock, sometime after the man was shot at Hounslow. I found he spoke not very good English, so I spoke to him in French. He told me, there was a man going to rob, and he pursued him as far as Hounslow ; and at the lower end of the town the man shot himself, so he came to give me an account.</p>
<p>Cross examined.</p>
<p>Q. Had he a great coat on?</p>
<p>Bulstrode. He had.</p>
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<interp inst="t17521026-30-person286" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep the Red Lion at Hounslow next to the Heath. I was at Marlow in Buckinghamshire when this man was shot, I never saw the prisoner at Hounslow in my life. The prisoner was pleased to inclose it in a letter, that I saw the man shoot himself, and subpena'd me, but I saw nothing of it.
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<p>535. (M.)
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<p>536. (M.)
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<p>537. (L.)
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<p>538. (M.)
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<p>540. (M.)
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<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I know nothing how it came there. He called
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