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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="176502270001"/>THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS ON THE King's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol-Delivery FOR THE CITY of LONDON; And also the Gaol-Delivery for the Country of MIDDLESEX, HELD AT JUSTICE-HALL in the OLD-BAILEY, On Wednesday the 27th, and Thursday the 28th of FEBRUARY; and on Friday the 1st, and Saturday the 2d of MARCH.
<p>In the Fifth Year of His MAJESTY's Reign. Being the Third SESSION in the MAYORALTY of The Right Honble Sir
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<p>NUMBER III. PART I. for the YEAR 1765.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Sold by W. NICOLL, in St. Paul's Church-yard.</p>
<p>[Price SIX-PENCE.]</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="176502270002"/>THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE King's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol-Delivery, held for the City of LONDON, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable Sir
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<p>N. B. The *, +, and ++, refer to the Judges before whom the Prisoner was tried.</p>
<p>L.
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>150. (L.)
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<interp inst="t17650227-1-person36" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . A man asked me to help him up with a basket of fish: I took but little notice of his person, but I believe the prisoner to be the man: I said, aye my cock, I will, and helped him up with them.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="176502270003"/>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I was in liquor, and know nothing of it.</p>
<p>Q. to Prosecutor. What time of the day did you meet with the prisoner in Bishopsgate-street?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. It was between nine and ten o' clock; he did not appear to be drunk.</p>
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<p>151. (M.)
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<interp inst="t17650227-2-person47" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I delivered three linen shirts, tied up in a handkerchief of mine, to carry to Mr.
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<interp inst="t17650227-2-person48" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , on the 22d of December, about half an hour after two in the afternoon; they were Mr. King's property: I had them to make for him: my daughter and I had made them.</p>
<p>Q. Where does Mr. King live?</p>
<p>E. Arnold. He lives in 'Change-court, Exeter 'Change.</p>
<p>Q. What is your husband's name?</p>
<p>E. Arnold. His name is Christopher. About four that afternoon my child came home again, and told me the shirts were taken from him, and he had been to Sir
<persName id="t17650227-2-person49"> John Fielding
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<interp inst="t17650227-2-person49" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's to give information of it. Then I went with him again to Sir John's, and was informed, that a warrant was granted against the prisoner. I came home, and was sent for again: I and my child went: we went with a constable to the prisoner's lodging, between five and six.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know him before?</p>
<p>E. Arnold. No, I did not.</p>
<p>Q. Where did he lodge?</p>
<p>E. Arnold. On Saffron-hill: there we found two of the shirts lying on a chair. I saw the prisoner searched at a public house, and my handkerchief was found upon him. (Produced, and deposed to by a couple of darns on it.)</p>
<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>Q. Are there any marks on the shirts?</p>
<p>E. Arnold. There are not.</p>
<p>Q. Then what do you know them by?</p>
<p>E. Arnold. There are two damaged places on them; one I darned up myself, and that on the other shirt still continues a hole. She shewed the places on each.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-2-person50" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I saw the prisoner searched at the Blakeney's Head, near Justice Fielding's, on the 22d of December. Mr. Stevens, the constable, gave me charge of him, while he went to search his lodgings. He came back, and said they had found the shirts: then the woman asked if they had found a handkerchief: then we searched him, and I saw the handkerchief taken out of his breeches from behind him: she said, if it was her handkerchief, there was a darn about the middle of it: she took and shewed the place.</p>
<p>Mr. Stevenson. I took up the prisoner at Miss Conoway's, on Saffron-hill, where I was informed he lodged, with a warrant, for breaking a woman's windows. When I brought him to Sir
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<interp inst="t17650227-2-person51" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's, the boy that had lost the things was there to acquaint Sir John of it. He said, This is the man that robbed me, as soon as he saw him. After that Mrs. Arnold came, and Sir John sent me with her to search the prisoner's lodging: we found two shirts lying in a chair, and the maid of the house owned she had pawned the other for the prisoner, and directed us, where we found it.</p>
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<p>Q. What day did he bring them home on?</p>
<p>M. Tagg. It was on Saturday, the 22d of December.</p>
<p>The prisoner said nothing in his defence.</p>
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<p>Eleaner Welstead. I am wife to
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<p>Q. Were any other persons in that room before you missed the mug?</p>
<p>Jones. No, there had not: we missed it in about two hours after they were gone. I was at home all the time.</p>
<p>Q. Had you known the prisoner before?</p>
<p>Jones. No, I never saw him before. I lost two tea-spoons out of the tea-chest, and a table spoon out of a closet in the same room, at the same time: I have since advertised them, but never heard any thing of them.</p>
<p>Q. How many people are of your family?</p>
<p>Jones. I have a servant maid, a relation, and my wife.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never was in the prosecutor's house since between eight and nine months ago.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-4-person63" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live in Knaves-Acre, opposite the prosecutor's house: I was at Mr. Jones's that evening about eight o'clock; I saw three men come in; the prisoner was one of them; they called for six-penny worth of rum and water.</p>
<p>Q. Are you certain the prisoner was one of the three?</p>
<p>Russell. I am.</p>
<p>Mrs. Jones. I am wife to the prosecutor. I remember three men coming into our house on the 24th of January; they came first about four that afternoon; they called for six-pennyworth of rum and water, pen and ink, and wanted a back room. I said our back room was full of company, they might go up stairs, but there was no fire. One of them said, Then we will go down there; I suppose, meaning some other house: then they turned round to me, and said, We will call again, and they went out. They all came in again much about eight, and called for six-pennyworth of rum and water, and went directly into the parlour: I made them six-pennyworth, and carried it in myself, and shut the parlour door, and came out.</p>
<p>Q. What did you carry it in?</p>
<p>Mrs. Jones. I carried it in a china bowl. When they went in, there was a silver mug on the table, and a large silver table spoon in a closet, and two spoons in a tea-chest. After that, my husband made them six-pennyworth of rum and water in the china bowl. I cannot take upon me to say I know either of the three men; there was a relation of mine, and a nephew of my husband's, at the same time at my house; they and the maid are here.</p>
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<persName id="t17650227-4-person65"> Esther Hickle
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<interp inst="t17650227-4-person66" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am servant to Mr. Jones; I did not see the men come in, nor go out, being about my business in the kitchen and above stairs; I did not see them at all.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. There was nobody came into that back room after the three men went out, till the mug was missing. My wife and I were one of us at the bar and in the tap-room; had any body come in, we should have seen them.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I never was in the prosecutor's house at that time, nor for above eight months before.</p>
<p>He called
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<p>Q. In what manner are people of your profession sworn?</p>
<p>Morgan. I touch the book, the Alcoran, with one hand, and put the other hand to my forehead; then I look upon it I am bound to speak the truth. (He is sworn upon the Alcoran).</p>
<p>Morgan. I was born at Bengal. I have come here twice before, with Indiamen; and have been in England this time about seven months. I came over with a tyger for Sir
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<p>Q. Where was the other Mahometan that night?</p>
<p>Morgan. He lay in another room all night: he said in the morning, he then could not help it, but would go to the justice with me.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-5-person82" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live in Rosemary-lane, about two hundred yards from the prisoner's house, which is up an alley, in Rag fair. The prosecutor is a Lascar; he came to my house that morning, without shoes or stockings, and told me he had been robbed, as he has now mentioned: I went with him to the prisoner's house, and took Mr. Cottrell along with us, he being a beadle, but neither the prisoner nor his wife were at home. We went to the public-houses to look for them, and was informed the man was at the Ship, in Well-street: we found him behind the bar, drinking a pint of purl; the prosecutor said he was the man. While we were talking with him, in came his wife; then the Lascar said, that is the woman: we took them away; but going along, they talked Irish together; so I took one, and Mr. Cottrell the other, to prevent their talking. We took them to the Justice in Whitechapel: before they were ready to examine them, the woman took this sash (which the Lascar calls his silk purse; it ties round him, and in which he ties up his money) she took it from under her arm, and was going to drop it, but a man took it out of her hand, and delivered it to me. (Produced and deposed to by the prosecutor.) When before the Justice, I opened it, and there were in it Two Guineas, a Rupee, and one Firnam: the woman was searched, and in her pocket was found Thirteen Shillings and Four-pence Half-penny, and a white purse. (The purse produced and deposed to by the prosecutor).</p>
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<p>Q. to Prosecutor. What do you say to the boy at the bar?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I know nothing against him; only he said, if I would give him a shilling, he would tell me where I might find my things.</p>
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<p>I had no part in it, was I to die this minute at Tyburn.</p>
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<p>I am innocent. Whether the man had any money, I don't know: I am confined, and I don't know for what.</p>
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<p>Jeremiah,
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<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>The gentleman said, if I would own it, he would forgive me, and not send me to Newgate; and I did own it, though it was false.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. Since this affair, I have made it my business to enquire her character, where she has lived with people of credit, and find she has behaved well. I have reason to think a man has seduced her to do it.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I had been to see a friend in High-holbourn; coming back, I kicked against a lump; I took it up, and went to the gentleman's window to open it, to see what it was; and he came and took me by the collar, and said, I was the man that had taken a loaf of sugar. I am a rope-maker.</p>
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<p>160. (L.)
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<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-9-person108" type="given" value="Edward"/>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I was so heavy in liquor, that I did not know where I was: the next day they told me I was carried away in a cart.</p>
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<p>Q. Whose property were they?</p>
<p>Taylor. They were the property of
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<interp inst="t17650227-10-person120" type="given" value="Jacob"/>
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<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-10-person121" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I saw the prisoner, Spearing, take the calabash out of the copper, and give it to Bourn: he went away with it under his coat, and the other followed him: they were all three together.</p>
<p>Humphry Jackson. I keep a chymist's shop in East Smithfield. On the Friday there was a bill thrown into my shop, giving an account, that a large quantity of aloes had been stolen from on board a ship, Captain Hall, master. I told my man, if any body brought any, to let me know. Spearing and Bourn came on the Saturday evening after; one of them took a gourd of aloes from under his coat, and asked me to buy it: I asked how much he asked for it? he said, two shillings a pound. I said, it was not worth my while to buy that alone, (this was to see if they had any more): he said, he came from on board a ship at Woolwich, and he had more. I agreed for the aloes at 20 d. per pound: on paying him the money, I said, I was afraid he would not let me have the remaining quantity, unless he would leave some money in my hands till he brought the others. I got him to leave two shillings; I think it came to fifteen shillings. As soon as they were gone, I sent my man to Captain Hall, in Burr-street, desiring him to come up; he came accordingly; I told him what I had done, and that the men were to come on the Monday following with the remainder of the aloes, or for their money; and said, if this was any part of his, he might take his measures accordingly: but before he came, Mr. Jebb came and told me, that two men were taken up upon the key, and carried before my Lord Mayor, and had given information, that they had sold a gourd to me. I went to my Lord Mayor, and gave the same account as I have now.</p>
<p>Bourn's Defence.</p>
<p>I was walking along the key; Spearing gave me that gourd, and desired I would take it for him; I took it, and Burgin took it from me, and carried it away. Spearing is a porter, and works there.</p>
<p>Burgin's Defence.</p>
<p>I was on the key, and met Spearing: he is a ticket-porter: he said, Take this stuff, it belongs to me. I took it: they told me, they sold it for fifteen shillings, and the doctor stopped two shillings till they brought the remainder.</p>
<p>Spearing's Defence.</p>
<p>I never saw Bourn but once in my life before. Burgin was my ship-mate; I was coming over Tower-hill; he said, How do you do, ship-mate? We went and got a pot of beer; he said he had got a thing; Do you know any apothecary's shop? I said, There is one just by: then he said, he had five more at Woolwich on board a ship.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-11-person128" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . My husband is a watchman. On a Sunday night, about eleven o'clock, last summer, I cannot tell the day of the month, nor the month, the prisoner brought five silver tea-spoons, a chased belly'd milk-pot, and a pair of silver tea-tongs, to me, and bid me put them by for him till next morning; and I gave him them in the morning, and never saw them after that.</p>
<p>Q. to prosecutor. What sort of a milk-pot was yours?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. It was a belly'd one, and chased.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-11-person130" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , who lives with the prisoner as his wife, came to me on a Monday or Tuesday, between five and six months ago; she and he being at variance at that time: she said she had something to shew me, but bid me say nothing, for fear she should be murdered; she pulled out a pair of sugar-tongs, marked J. L. N. and shewed it to me.</p>
<p>Q. to Abbot. Did you observe any letters on the tea-tongs?</p>
<p>Abbot. No, I did not, nor on the spoons.</p>
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<p>See him tried, No. 566, in last mayoralty.</p> </div1>
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<p>Ann, his wife, confirmed the testimony he gave.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I was coming up the street, and saw a dog ran out with a piece of beef; I followed him as fast as I could: the prosecutor saw me pursuing the dog. If he can say he saw me have it, I will be satisfied to be condemned. I came over from Dublin.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I saw no dog near her.</p>
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<p>169. (M.)
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<interp inst="t17650227-14-person152" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Between the 12th and 13th of December our warehouse was broke open, and robbed; these six loaves were taken away with the rest.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-14-person153" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The prisoner came and hired me as a porter, on a Thursday morning; I cannot tell the time. He brought three loaves, and put them on the table; I went with him to fetch more: he said I was to go to the Hermitage stairs, but he took me to a place almost to the King's brewhouse; there in the street, under a bit of a shutter, were three more loaves, which he delivered to me. I carried them to the Two Wrestlers in East Smithfield, where he sold them,
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<p>Q. What are you?</p>
<p>Wouldham. I am a lime-burner. I never saw the prisoner before that time; he agreed to give me a shilling, and he gave me two: I lodge at that house.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-14-person155" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was in at the Wrestlers that morning when the prisoner came in; he asked if any body would buy any sugar? the man of the house bought it; then the prisoner and the other witness went and brought in three more: he was to have 32 shillings for it; and the prisoner was to bring him some rum the next day. (There were three loaves of sugar produced in court, said to be brought from the constable's house; but the constable not being bound over, it could not be proved to be the identical sugar that the prisoner sold to the landlord.)</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-16-person167" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was at New Crane stairs the 25th of January, between ten and eleven; I had moored my boat, and got into the prosecutor's boat to come on shore: there was the prisoner only in her; the things were lying at the bottom of the boat, and a great quantity of rope lying upon them. He had a bit of a scull to bring her to shore; I said, Friend, how did you get this rope? he said he came from one Mr. Bray, above bridge. I said, You never could bring this boat through bridge with this piece of a scull; you are no waterman. Yes, said he, I am; and what is that to you, whether I am or not? I asked him where he was going? he first said, to a little man in a blue coat, who lived somewhere thereabout, and keeps boats. I mentioned several names, at last I mentioned Joyner; he said he believed that was the man. I stopped him, and took him to the watch-house, and staid with him till morning: he told me there, that a man gave him six-pence to bring her there; then he said he brought her from below bridge. I asked him where the six-pence was? he said he had spent it. He was taken before the bench of justices, where he said one Dangerfield, a fisherman, gave him the six-pence at Billingsgate. I went, by the justices order, to the house he described, but no such man was to be found. He was ordered to prison; after that, a captain of a brig came to me, and said he believed the rope was his property; he failed the next morning, and left word before he failed, that he would take his oath it was his property.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>The boat was driving with the tide; I was in a boat going to Deptford with a boy; I got out of that boat, and got into this, to carry her on shore, and should have left her there, if that man had not stopped me . I found her just below Rotherhithe stairs; I belong to a chimney-sweeper, and have no friend any nearer than Plymouth.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-17-person173" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Mr. Greenhill called me up, as he has mentioned: I stood and saw the prisoner put a pair of stockings under his coat, and after he went out, I went after him. There are three steps at the door; he was got upon the last step. I tapped him on the shoulder, and desired him to come back again: he did, and immediately took the stockings from under his coat, and flung them on the counter, and went on his knees, and begged for mercy. I went out for a constable, and, when I came back again, the prisoner was at the upper end of the shop, cutting his own throat with a knife.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I have not been two months in London; I came from Chester with letters of recommendation to get into a counting-house, to Mr. Carwin, in Lime-street, and Mr. Power, a merchant; the latter is gone to the south of France for his health, so that I was obliged to rely upon Mr. Carwin, who did as much as possible, but could not succeed. Then I wrote down to Chester, and my friends sent me up five guineas, to bear my expences home, and pay what I owed here. I sent my things to the Swan and two necks in Lad-lane, to go down by the waggon, and intended to go down by the coach home again. I had been in St. James's-park: coming back, my stockings not being very good, I went into this shop to buy a pair: the young lad shewed me five or six pair: I fancied one pair in particular, and asked him the price; he said 4 s. 6 d. I bid him 3 s. 6 d. he said he could not take it: I recollected they were a pretty good pair; I offered him four shillings, and took them, and folded them up, in order to pay for them. I went to the door to look at them, and was coming in again, when the young man came and tapped me on the shoulder, and said I had stole a pair of stockings: I said I had not stole them, and threw down the money on the counter in order to pay for them. They searched me, and found nothing but my pocket-book and my own things about me.</p>
<p>Q. Where is Mr. Carwin? Is he here?</p>
<p>Prisoner. No, he is not; I was ashamed to write to him, fearing he would write down to my friends, and they would never look upon me.</p>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17650227-18-off95 t17650227-18-crimeloc97"/>. I was up on the 18th of January, till one in the morning: I don't know that any body in the house was up so late as I was; I generally am up last: the house was secured before I went up stairs; I take in washing: the wash-house, where the linen was, was all made fast, the door locked, and the window bolted.</p>
<p>Q. Is that wash-house any part of the dwelling-house?</p>
<p>Lockley. It joins to it; the side of the house is the end of the wash-house. In the morning, after my husband was gone down, we had word sent us from the watch-house, that they had a man there with some of our linen; this was about six o'clock. I went down stairs, and found a ladder
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<p>Q. Who did the ladder belong to?</p>
<p>Lockley. That was my landlord's property; he is a master bricklayer; that generally when out of use, was in the yard.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-18-person181" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a watchman, in Marybone parish. Between the hours of two and three on Saturday morning, the 19th of January, I was standing behind a board in a dark corner, at the King George, in Portland-street, which is about half a mile from this woman's house. I heard a foot coming along pretty briskly from out of the fields: when he came opposite me, I pushed out; I had my lanthorn under my coat; I opened my coat and drew it out: I said, halloo, my friend, what have you got here? it was the prisoner: he said, nothing. I said it is something: then he said it is nothing to you; he had a great bundle under his coat: I said what is it? he said, it is nothing but a little bundle of wet linen, which he was going to carry home to his wife to dry and iron: I said, where does your wife lodge? he said, at the Hampshire-hog, St. Giles's, or by it. I said, is your wife a laundress? he said, yes. I said, where did you bring it from? he said, from a gentlewoman, at the Shepherd and Flock, at Marybone. I said, does your wife iron for a gentlewoman there? he said, yes. I said, it is a wrong time of night; how came you to carry it at this time of night? he said, he had been drinking with two or three of his countrymen, and they had been tossing up, and that made him later than he should have been: he said he was a very honest man, and I might go home with him to his wife, and she would tell me the same. I said, I had no business to go with him: he said, he had told who he had brought it from, and where he was going, and I had no business to stop him; and said, I did not know my business: he kept pushing forwards, but I took hold of him, and said he should go with me to the watch-house; he struggled to get away, and my dog came and jumped up towards his face; then he submitted. I got him to the watch-house about ten minutes before three. Going to call the hour three, I met a young man going to Marybone; I sent word by him to the Shepherd and Flock, that if any body there had sent any linnen out, or lost any, to come directly to me. When I had done calling the hour six, the woman and her husband came and owned the things, the same as laid in the indictment; it was all wrapped in one of the table-cloths. We took him before the justice; there he said, another was concerned with him, who had handed it out of the wash-house to him; I have forgot that man's name, but he was brought there. Then he sent for his landlady, who made it appear, he was in bed and asleep at the time. So he was discharged.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-18-person183" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's; there he owned the linen was found in his custody, but that he did not break into the house: he said one Neal gave him the linen out of the house: Sir John desired me to go and take up Neal; I did; the man sent for his landlady and his bedfellow, and they made proof he was at home, and in bed at the time, in St. Giles's, and he was discharged: then the prisoner said, he did not know which way he came by the linen, being in liquor. I went to the house of Mr. Hall, and saw there was room enough broke for a man to go down into the wash-house.</p>
<p>Q. Does the wash-house join to the dwelling-house?</p>
<p>Anderson. It does.</p>
<p>Pemberton. I saw the place that was broken: the house and wash-house join in the form of the letter L.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I have no wife in England; I work'd for Mr. Foster, in Tyburn-road; he pays his men at the Rose and Crown: I happened to come in there for a slice of bread and cheese, and a pint of beer; two or three of the workmen came in, and we staid and drank there till it was late: I was after going home every minute, and asked what o'clock it was? they said it was ten o'clock, and another time said it was eleven; they kept me till twelve. When I left the house, I was going home, but a man met me, and asked me if I would go with him and earn six-pence? I said, yes, and thank him too: I said, where? he said to Marybone: he brought me to a house, and kept me till we had five or six pints of beer, but where this Neal parted with me, I cannot tell, or whether he was the man that gave me the linen, I cannot tell: that man brought me to Marybone, brought a bundle to me, and put it on my head, and some things in my pocket; he bid me carry them to Hanover-square;
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<p>Q. to Pemberton. Did the prisoner appear disguised in liquor, when you met with him?</p>
<p>Pemberton. No, he did not, at all.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-19-person189" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> keeps her own coach, and I serve her with horses; her coach stands in a coach-house, in my yard: there were two glasses lost from that coach, in wooden frames, covered with light-coloured cloth. I don't know the time they were lost: I think I miss'd them the 27th or 28th of last month, that was the day they were stopt: Colonel Dean informed me he was at Mr. Welch's, upon the bench, and examined the prisoner, and asked him if he had any body to his character, and he mentioned me; I went there, but the prisoner was gone to gaol before I got there: the prisoner had worked for me, in my yard, but was discharged a day or two before: I saw these two glasses at the justice's (produced in court): I make no doubt but they are the same that were taken from Mrs. Bland's coach, by the lining of the coach being the same as the cloth over the frames, and the tassels; and the frames are a little more ovaled on the tops than is common: then I went to New-Prison; there I saw the prisoner: he said he was as innocent as the child unborn, and would confess nothing.</p>
<p>Q. from prisoner. How did I behave when in your service?</p>
<p>Cordwell. Very badly, very loose.</p>
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<p>Shadreck Venden. I am a coach-maker: I made Mrs. Bland's coach: I very believe these two glasses to be the glasses belonging to her coach; the lineing of the frame is the same as the lining of the coach; and the frames are made rising, as the coach is rising over the doors; and the canvass shutters, that I have brought from the coach, answer exactly; there is not one glass in a hundred will match the place as these do.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I was going from Mr. Cordwell's yard into Marlborough-meuse: I met a man, named
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<interp inst="t17650227-19-person191" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , he has since made off; he asked me where I was going; I said to pay a shilling that I owed to one Jones, at the Marlborough: he said, please to take these glasses to the Golden Leg, Long-Acre, and I'll be there soon after you: I did, and staid an hour and half for him, and had a pint of beer; when I saw he did not come, I gave them to the landlady, and went home to Mr. Cordwell's yard again: I was not out of his service at the time: after I was paid off, I went the next Monday, in the afternoon, to the Golden Leg; the man had not called for the glasses: I staid there, and got myself a little in liquor, and went to that saleshop: whether I offered them for a surtout coat I cannot say. I am as innocent of stealing them as the child that was born last night.</p>
<p>For the Prisoner.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="176502270013"/>Q. Do you know
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<p>Coyle. No.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-21-person202" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live at Barnsley: I am a farmer: I lost six hogs on the 11th of this instant February, from out of my father's yard at
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<p>Q. Did you know the prisoner before?</p>
<p>Evans. He comes out of Northamptonshire: he mowed at my father's last harvest, and has lived two years in our neighbourhood.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-21-person203" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was coming from Putney Bowling-green, and overtook the prisoner, driving the six hogs, last Monday was fortnight: I first saw him just above Putney: I went down into the town, and staid some time, and overtook him again beyond the Three Goat's-heads: I asked him, where he was going with them? he said, to sell them; and that he brought them out of Berkshire: I said, it was a wonder he did not go to Smithfield with them; he said, he should be too late there, and he was going into the Borough with them. I asked the price of the best of them; he said 25 s. at last he would have sold it me for 18 s. then he said, he wished he could sell them all together: I said, what will be the price, to take them all together; he said 15 s. apiece: I said, I did not know but I could help him to a chap, if he would sell them worth the money, then he came to thirteen shillings apiece: then I went on to the Three Goat's-heads, and said to Mr. Johnson, here is a man coming along with a parcel of hogs; I am satisfied he has stole them, for they are worth as much more as he asks for them; so he let the man put them into his stable: I went on, and when I came to the Goat's-head again, the owner of the hogs came: when the prisoner saw him, he begged for mercy.</p>
<p>William Hill. I live at Drayton: I saw the hogs on Sunday night, and they were missing on the Monday morning: I know them to be the property of the prosecutor.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I was out of business, and had been at Windsor, to a brewer; I heard he wanted a man: coming back again over Hounslow-heath, I overtook a man, just before I ca me to Cranford-bridge, with these hogs: he ask'd me, where I was bound? I said to London: he said, I shall be too late; if you'll be so good as to drive these hogs to town for me, I'll give you a couple of shillings: he desired me to go over Kew-bridge, and so to Vaux-hall; and, if I could light of a chap, to sell them, as money would be of more service to him than the hogs. I drove them along; this farmer was coming, he went with me a mile or two: I partly bargained with him for thirteen shillings apiece. The man that I drove them for, told me his name was
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<p>Q. How old are you?</p>
<p>Chesterman. I am twenty-five years of age: I was coming up the Old Bailey, about half an hour after eleven at night, on the 18th of this instant:
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<p>Q. Whereabouts is this house?</p>
<p>Chesterman. It is in
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<p>Q. When had you seen the half crowns last?</p>
<p>Chesterman. I had them just before I met with her: I said to her, she had robbed me; she denied it.</p>
<p>Q. How long had you been in the room, before you miss'd your money?</p>
<p>Chesterman. About three or four minutes: I never was any where else but on the chair?</p>
<p>Q. Was she searched?</p>
<p>Chesterman. No, I was afraid to search her; the other two prisoners were in the room with her; but I never left her till the time I took her to the watch-house: I would not let her go out of the room: I stood at the door: one of the women took me by the collar, and tore my shirt; and took up a pint pot, and swore she would knock me down.</p>
<p>Q. Did either of the other women meddle with your pocket?</p>
<p>Chesterman. No: they were not near it; they all three came at me at once; when I would not let them go out of the room, they knock'd my hat into a tub of water.</p>
<p>Q. Did you get your half crowns again?</p>
<p>Chesterman. No, I never did: when I went to call the watch, while one of the women had me by the collar, the other went to pull me from the window.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-22-person216" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am constable: about twelve o'clock I was gone my rounds; before I came back this charge was brought to the watch-house to me: between twelve and one, on the 19th of February, the prosecutor came, and said he had been robbed: I asked him if he knew the person? he said, yes, it was
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<p>Q. What did you observe Edwards to say?</p>
<p>Smith. She said she would give him the money, if she could.</p>
<p>Edwards's Defence.</p>
<p>We all three buy old cloaths together: I was coming along; the man asked me what I had got in my apron, and wanted me to go along with him and drink: I said no, I would not drink any thing: he said it was a very cold night, and he would give me a draught of purl; he gave this young woman three shillings, (meaning one of her fellow-prisoners) and they were on the bed together, and he was to stay all night with her for that money; but she said he should not stay, without he made her a present of some thing else: he wanted to sell me a pair of breeches: I had not a farthing of his money.</p>
<p>Smith. I heard Edwards say she would give the man his money again; but one Foliot had got the money, and said she might go and be d - d, he would not part with it.</p>
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<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>Q. Where do you say the women stood?</p>
<p>Greenfield. They stood just by the door, coming in.</p>
<p>Q. Whereabouts is your house?</p>
<p>Greenfield. At the corner of Mitre-court, Fleetstreet.</p>
<p>Q. How long had the women been in, before the man came in?</p>
<p>Greenfield. He came in about three or four minutes after them.</p>
<p>Q. Was he at the same counter they were at, or the other?</p>
<p>Greenfield. He was at the same counter, but farther up.</p>
<p>Q. Did he abide long in your shop?</p>
<p>Greenfield. He did not stay long; but it is possible the women might give him some of the handkerchiefs as he came out.</p>
<p>Q. Is it possible he could conceal them from your seeing them?</p>
<p>Greenfield. They will lie in a little room; I have pieces of handkerchiefs that cost ten guineas a-piece; you may put two pieces of them in one pocket.</p>
<p>Q. You say the women went out, and returned again; had you missed any before they came in again?</p>
<p>Greenfield. No, I had not; they were covered with light goods.</p>
<p>Q. Did you miss the goods before or after the the gentlewoman who was in your shop went away?</p>
<p>Greenfield. I missed them after she went away.</p>
<p>Q. Did you miss your goods before Mr. Pelteroe went away?</p>
<p>Greenfield. No, I did not, till after he was gone.</p>
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<p>Greenfield. No, I did not; neither did I observe which way they went: I could not see the bottom part of them for the piles of handkerchiefs that were between us.</p>
<p>Q. Do you think they could be taken away in their aprons?</p>
<p>Greenfield. I think one apron could take away three times as much.</p>
<p>Q. How do you imagine they could take away such a quantity?</p>
<p>Greenfield. As they lay piled up, one hand could sweep them all into an apron; I could see their faces, but could not see their hands; the piles of handkerchiefs were breast-high.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-23-person227" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I live in Field-lane, and sell linen handkerchiefs, cheques, and old cloaths; I deal with hawkers; I have dealt with the prisoners at the bar ever since the 13th or 14th of December last: they came sometimes with wallets, and sometimes bundles under their arms: they brought large quantities of goods; they usually brought silk and cotton: I never saw them have linen, till these two parcels I bought on the 7th of February.</p>
<p>Q. What time of the day did they come to your shop?</p>
<p>Taylor. It might be about five in the afternoon. They were all three in company; they asked me as usual if I wanted any thing; they said they had some very handsome blue-bordered ones; (the prosecutor produced a handkerchief with a blue border) they were like this; but I said they were too fine for me.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. Such I missed.</p>
<p>Taylor. I bought a dozen of handkerchiefs, fancy-grounds, or mosaic; my man came in, and bid them money for some damaged ones; they would not take his money; they went away, and called the next day, and asked if he would advance any thing more; I said I did not care whether I had them or not. Then they took the money he bid, and I paid them: I gave them 18 s. a dozen for the first parcel, and 14 s. a dozen for the damaged ones, and hung some of them out in the street for sale. The prosecutor's two men came and bought each a handkerchief; our people said they behaved very comically: I was then afraid there was something amiss, and my man read of such goods being stolen in the Advertiser. I went to Mr. Fielding's with them; the gentleman came there, and said he believed they were his goods, (these are the same here produced); then I was ordered to take up the people that brought them. I had taken a receipt of them the first time I bought of them, and at that time I asked who they served besides me: the man named four shops; we enquired at the places where they said they lived, and Mr. Fielding's man and my man went to the places where they had lived. I was afterwards going up Holbourn, I met the two women above Turnstile; I made a full stop; I thought they seemed to shun me: I asked them if they had any more handkerchiefs to sell; they said they had none with them: said I, Can you go home and fetch some, and the wife that is big with child may stay at my house the while. Then they went faster, and I could not follow them so fast: I called out for people to stop them; they ran up a place, and were taken, and brought to my house, and charged with a constable. Two or three hours after that the man came to another house in the lane, and said Mrs. Taylor had taken up his wife, and he would ruin her. When he came to my house, and asked where his wife was, I said, she is in one of the counters; my man went with him to the constable, and the constable took him in custody, and carried him to his wife: then we sent to Mr. Greenfield to come; he came, and said they were the same persons.</p>
<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>Q. What did you take the prisoners to be?</p>
<p>Taylor. I took them to be hawkers: sometimes the man had a pack over his shoulders, and sometimes under his arm.</p>
<p>Q. Were they all together when you bought the things?</p>
<p>Taylor. They were.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any thing particular in these handkerchiefs?</p>
<p>Taylor. No.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see any licence they had?</p>
<p>Taylor. No, I never did: they always told me they dealt in Spital-fields.</p>
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<p>I used to deal in these things; I go down to the water-side, and buy handkerchiefs, sometimes good, sometimes bad; I bought these handkerchiefs, but cannot prove where I bought them: I had them of a Scotch pedlar, who was going to his own country: this woman here by me is my wife.</p>
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<p>I know nothing at all about them; I never was in the prosecutor's shop in my life.</p>
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<p>I know nothing at all about them; I never was in the prosecutor's shop in my life: I am not this man's mother; I am his sister-in-law.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. This woman told my Lord Mayor she was his mother.</p>
<p>For the Prisoners.</p>
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<p>Q. What is their general character?</p>
<p>Delvin. I never heard any bad of them; they get their living by dealing in handkerchiefs and other goods, which they buy by the water-side: the man and his wife lodged with me about two years; the mother lives in the country.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-23-person232" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I have known all three of them going on four years: they have very good characters; they get their living by dealing by the water-side, in buying damaged goods.</p>
<p>Q. to prosecutor. What sort of a handkerchief did the man buy of you?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. He bought a blue paste-work one, two different patterns.</p>
<p>Q. What sort of one did the woman buy?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. That was a striped silk one.</p>
<p>Q. Were either of these of a particular sort?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. No.</p>
<p>Q. What are those handkerchiefs worth, for which Mrs. Taylor gave 14 s. a dozen?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. Being damaged work, I bought them at 18 s. a dozen.</p>
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<p>Q. Did the man take any notice of the woman?</p>
<p>Harding. No, he did not. The women took the long-lawn, and threw it over the silk handkerchiefs at the door: I took it from that side to the other counter, and sold them a yard and a half: then they asked to look at some silk handkerchiefs; I shewed them some, a parcel that lay in the window, and sold them one out of that parcel: then the women went away; I missed afterwards two dozen; that parcel was not opened while the man was in the shop; I missed one dozen from the other parcel, the eight dozen, that had been come in but a little before: this was on the Friday, and we did not examine the parcel: I sold none out of it, till the Monday following. We went directly to Sir
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<interp inst="t17650227-23-person239" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , upon missing the two dozen, and had them advertised: on the Saturday, we found three handkerchiefs, of the same pattern and sort of the two dozen, at Mrs. Hatton's, in Field-lane; I cannot swear positive to them: the person that made them, says he had not made that pattern above two months: betwixt the time of the prisoner's buying that handkerchief, and the time we missed them, we had not shewed that parcel the dozen were stole out of: they lay tied up.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-23-person240" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I keep a cloaths-shop, in Field-lane. I bought those three handkerchiefs of the prisoner at the bar: there was a piece of it; I have sold all the rest.</p>
<p>Q. When did you buy the piece?</p>
<p>Hatton. On Friday the 8th of this instant February, when it was just dusk: the three prisoners were frequently at my house, with goods under their arms, as Hawkers; they had great quantities sometimes, of all manner of sorts.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ever see any licence they had?</p>
<p>Hatton. No, I never asked them to see it; the man said he was a Spitalfields-weaver, and lived at the Golden-hall there: these three handkerchiefs, here produced, are part of the piece I bought of them.</p>
<p>Mr. Boaker. I live with Mr. Cook, in Holbourn. On Friday, the 8th of February, between four and five, the prisoner,
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<interp inst="t17650227-23-person241" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , came into our shop, and desired to look at a pocket handkerchief: I shewed him one of those eight dozen of handkerchiefs, which came in that afternoon,
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<p>Q. to Hatton. What relation did the woman pass for, to the man?</p>
<p>Hatton. One passed for his wife, and the other for his brother's wife.</p>
<p>Q. to Boaker. Were there any women in the shop, when the man bought the handkerchiefs?</p>
<p>Boaker. There were two women in the shop at the time, but I took no notice of them; neither of their coming in, or going out.</p>
<p>John Carroll's Defence.</p>
<p>I know nothing about the affair; I never was in the prosecutor's shop in my life.</p>
<p>Mary his wife's Defence.</p>
<p>I know nothing about it; the woman came to me and said, if I was in any danger, she could hide the handkerchiefs: I said, you need not be afraid, I bought them very honestly.</p>
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<p>I never was in the prosecutor's shop in my life.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-24-person253" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I lodge in the prosecutor's house. I left work about ten minutes after eight, and going to Whitechapel, I went out at the back door; and at the end of the passage, I stood and paused, which way I should go; whether through the city, or over Moorfields: I turned to go over Moorfields, and saw the shop door open; I knocked with my heel, and the housekeeper came and shut it, and seemed surprized: then I went on, and saw two lads standing under a lamp, about twenty yards from Mr. Smith's door; I saw one of them put a white bundle under his arm: I followed them; they went to go into Crowder's-well-alley; Wood said, we will go in here, this will carry us into Jewin-street. I went back, and asked Mr. Smith if he had lost any thing? they were looking for the stockings. Then we went after the boys; he went one way and I went another: I found the prisoners, and laid hold of Wood, and said he must go with me: he said, for what? I said, where are the stockings you have taken? he bid me lay hold of Harrison: after that, he owned he had got them, and would fain have given them to me: I brought them both back: we got a constable: Wood took the stockings out of his pocket, and Harrison said he knew nothing of Wood, and Wood did not own he knew him; they were taken before my Lord Mayor; there Wood said, he picked them up at the door; but over night he owned he had taken them away from the shop.</p>
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<p>As I was going by the door, home from work, I kicked a bundle, and picked it up; I saw they were stockings, I put them in my pocket, and was going home; I asked this lad by me, which was the nearest way to the Pye-shop, in Jewin-street? going along, that man came and laid hold of me, and asked what I did with the stockings? I said I had got them. I know no more of this lad (meaning Harrison) than the child unborn: I met him in the Horse-ride, going to Crowder's-well-alley.</p>
<p>Harrison's Defence.</p>
<p>I know no more of the thing than the child unborn: he asked me the way to the Pye-shop.</p>
<p>Q. to Prosecutor. How old is Harrison?</p>
<p>Symonds. His mother says he is about thirteen years old.</p>
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<p>See Harrison tried before, No. 335. in last mayoralty, for picking a gentleman's pocket; for which he was cast and whipped.</p> </div1>
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<p>There being no evidence against the prisoner, besides his confession, which was drawn out of him, by a promise that he should not be hurt, he was</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-26-person263" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , my servant, and I went up into the bedchamber; we found all my drawers pulled out, my writings had been examined, and my money gone: the solding leaf of my bureau was unlocked, and down, and a chissel, that I imagine it was broke open with, was lying on the leaf: I missed a 10 l. Bank note that I had received the day before, and cash to the amount of near 20 l. and two pair of silver buckles. I was up in the room about half an hour after seven that night, to change a six-and-nine-pence, and all was right then: there was a pane of glass taken out, so that they could get at the hook that fastens the sash down. I suspected the prisoner, by the character I heard of him, and his manner of living: I took him on the 6th of this instant, at a breeches-makers, at the Seven-dials; I found one pair of my silver buckles upon him; there was a woman and a man with him, in his room, which was up one pair of stairs backwards. I found also eleven guineas and a half, a 36 s. piece, a shilling, and three crown pieces; two of King Charles's, and a French crown: the two English ones I had marked with a scratch on the King's head; one was marked about four years ago, and the other about fourteen months: I saw them taken out of his left side breeches pocket. (Produced and deposed to).</p>
<p>Q. What was your design in making these scratches on them?</p>
<p>Compton. They were my wife's money, and she fancied them, and I marked them, fearing they should be lost. I gave 4 s. 6 d. for the French piece, in the tap room, and have had it about a year and a half; these always lay by, as medals, The prisoner had made a present of the other pair of buckles, to the man that was in the room with him (Both pairs produced and deposed to): the buckles and money were all in my bureau. The prisoner said, before Justice Welch, that man was not concerned with him in the robbery, but that he gave him the buckles. I lost one 36 s. among my money; the rest was silver, small gold, and guineas.</p>
<p>Q. Did you lose eleven guineas?</p>
<p>Compton. I can take upon me to say there were above fourteen guineas in my bureau.</p>
<p>Q. Did you find your Bank note again?</p>
<p>Compton. Yes, but I did not see it found.</p>
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<p>Compton. He said, I was the person that did the robbery, and nobody else. Mr. Clay, the high constable, was by at the searching him.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-26-person264" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am constable of the hundred of Holbourn division. On the 5th of this instant, hearing Mr. Compton had been robbed, I went to his house, and in the afternoon on the same day we met with a young man, who was an intimate acquaintance of the prisoner's, who led us to the prisoner's lodgings, in Earl-street, Seven-Dials, at a breeches-maker's. We had a warrant to apprehend his body, and another to search; but the latter being made general, and not confined to any house. I made application to Justice Welch, for a warrant to search his lodgings. I sent two officers, Langridge and Sowery; they returned, and said, there was nothing there. I applied to the man where the prisoner lodged, told him our suspicion, and asked his assistance. He promised all in his power. I got a grant for the two constables to sit up in his shop all night, to wait his coming in; and the next morning, being Wednesday the 6th, between eight and ten, the officers informed me the prisoner was within the house. I went with them up stairs, and rushed into the room, and took him. Seeing a man and woman with him, I desired the prosecutor to come forward, and give charge, which he did. While one of the constables was hand-cussing him, I searched him; in his breeches pocket I found eleven guineas and a half in gold, and a 36 s. piece. When I pulled the money out, I said, Compton, I fancy you cannot charge your memory with any of these: he said he knew there was a 36 s. piece among his money. I put that money in my pocket, and searched his waistcoat pockets; there I found these three crown pieces, one was a French crown, and a pair of silver buckles: Mr. Compton immediately said, I'll swear they are my property. I asked the prisoner how he could be so wicked to rob the poor man of all this? his answer was, I did do it, and I cannot deny it. I asked him if he had got any accomplice, and begged he would discover them for the good of the public; he said, he had none, for he did the robbery, and no man else. I asked him what he had done with the rest of the money? he said he had disposed of it: I asked him if it was anywhere where it might be recovered; he said, No, he had paid some debts with part of it, and he had fetched some cloaths out of pawn, and he had paid a chandler's shop bill, and his rent. I asked him to tell me where the 10 l. bank note was, which then I had not found; he said it was disposed of. I pray'd him to tell me; he would not discover it. I ordered the constable to search the woman and the room; the prisoner immediately said it was not in the room. I asked him again to tell me where it was, and said I would endeavour to prevail with the prosecutor to allow him something to keep him while in gaol; he said, then if I would give him a guinea and a half to keep him while in gaol, he would tell me where it was. I told him I would, when the note was produced: he would not trust me; I gave him a guinea and a half, and he told me to search a private place in his breeches; we did, and there it was found. We hand-cuffed the other man that was with him, and took them both to Justice Welch. The woman was searched by a constable afterwards, and brought likewise. When we came there, the Justice asked the prisoner what he had got to say for himself; he confessed the same to the Justice as I have here related.</p>
<p>N. B. The LAST PART of these PROCEEDINGS will be published in a few Days.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="176502270021"/>THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS ON THE King's Commission 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 Wednesday the 27th, and Thursday the 28th of FEBRUARY; and on Friday the 1st, and Saturday the 2d of MARCH.</p>
<p>In the Fifth Year of His MAJESTY's Reign. Being the Third SESSION in the MAYORALTY of The Right Honble Sir
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<p>NUMBER III. PART II. for the YEAR 1765.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Sold by W. NICOLL, in St. Paul's Church-yard.</p>
<p>[Price SIX-PENCE.]</p>
<p>
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<p>[Continuation of the Trial of
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<p>Q. WAS any thing said, as to the manner of the robbery?</p>
<p>Clay. I asked him how he could go to do such a daring robbery, at that time of the night, alone? he said, he did do it, but was in great confusion. Mr. Welch permitted me to ask him, where the other pair of buckles were: he said, he had hid them in Marybone-fields: I said, if I took him there, could he find the place? he said, no: immediately upon that, the young man, who was hand-cuffed, said, I have them in my pocket. Then Mr. Welch said to him, You have been concerned with this man: the prisoner generously cleared him, and said he gave him the buckles, as he sat in the bed, and that he knew nothing how he came by them: there was a chissel found on or by the prosecutor's bureau. Mr. Welch permitted me to ask the prisoner what sort of a handle the chissel had; whether made of wood, or what kind of one it was? he answered, it had no wood handle to it; he said it was an iron chissel, with a square sort of a socket, (the chissel produced, and corresponded with the account the prisoner gave). I saw the window where the ladder was set; he might get from the ladder upon some tyles, and open the window: I found a pane of glass lying on the tyles, on the shed.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>They asked me, if I knew any thing of the breaking open this house, or if I knew the back-door? I said I knew the back-door; he said, I suppose you know my back-window: I said, I believed I had seen it: he asked me if I took the ladder up, after I had opened the window? I said I had not done it, and that I knew nothing of its he asked me what sort of a chissel it was that I broke open the drawers with: I said I did not know: he said, has it a wooden handle? I said, it might be without a handle, for what I know I know nothing at all of the fact, any farther than what they forced me to say: I believe I have sufficient evidence to prove I was at the sign of the Crown, in West-Smithfield, at the time they say the window was broke. I parted with a man at Upper. Turnstile, Holbourn, and called at my wife's
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="176502270023"/> mother's, in St. Gyles's, and it was between nine and ten o'clock when I went home.</p>
<p>For the Prisoner.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-26-person269" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep the sign of the Crown, at Smithfield-bars: the prisoner was at my house, that night they say the robbery was committed.</p>
<p>Q. What day was that?</p>
<p>Edwards. It was on a Monday; I have forgot the day of the month: he was at my house that night, between the hours of seven and nine.</p>
<p>Q. How long is it ago?</p>
<p>Edwards. As near as I can guess, it is about three weeks ago: I heard of the robbery on the Wednesday, and know it was on that night:
<persName id="t17650227-26-person270"> Roger Meredith
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<interp inst="t17650227-26-person270" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> drank with him at my house, that night: the prisoner did lodge at my house a week, about three months before; he has used my house since, and behaved himself like a man, in every respect.</p>
<p>Q. What time did he go from your house that night?</p>
<p>Edwards. As near as I can guess he went away about eight o'clock.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-26-person271" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I happened to call at Mr. Edwards's, at the Crown, at Smithfield-bars, on a Monday night: I believe it was last Monday was a fortnight: it was that night this fact was committed. After we had drank two pints of beer, I went up with him as far as Turnstile, Holbourn, between eight and nine o'clock, as near as I can guess; then I went home, to my master's house, named Gumbey; he is a distiller in High Holbourn. I saw nothing of the prisoner afterwards.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know him before?</p>
<p>Meredith. I have drank with him at the Crown, three times before that.</p>
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<p>Q. Was the prisoner sworn before the justice?</p>
<p>Stiles. She was: after that, the same day, I took them both before Sir
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<p>He acknowledged, on his Cross-Examination, she had arrested him for her cloaths, before he took her up at Knightsbridge; and that he should not have taken her up then, had she not arrested him, &c.</p>
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<p>Q. In what capacity was he?</p>
<p>Tyner. He drawed beer for me: on the Tuesday morning, about a quarter after six, I was dressing myself in my own room; the boy at the bar was coming down stairs: we burning a rush-light, lighted a candle, and bid him light a fire in the p-room, and said I would be down presently: when I came down, the candle was standing on the table, and the tap-room door open and no fire, and the boy was gone.</p>
<p>Q. How soon did you go down after him?</p>
<p>Tyner. I believe I went down in about five minutes after him; I found the bar-door unlocked; my wife had put nine guineas in the drawer, over night, at about half an hour after eleven o'clock.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see her put it in?</p>
<p>Tyner. I did: on the next day, being Wednesday, I was riding after him for Essex, and heard of him in Whitechapel, and found him in the custody of a constable, who had taken him on suspicion.</p>
<p>Q. How could that lad get at your money?</p>
<p>Tyner. I had pulled my key out of my pocket, and gave it to my wife, to put the money into the till, and she left the key in the bar: we found it, with others, upon the prisoner: the boy told me he found it in the bar.</p>
<p>Q. Was any money found upon the prisoner?</p>
<p>Tyner. There was a silver watch, and some money found upon him; he had no watch when he was with me.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-28-person282" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am wife to the prosecutor: the lad at the bar was our servant: I put nine guineas into a bladder, in the till in the bar, on Monday, the 12th of January, at night, and locked the door with the key that locks my husband's bureau: I was the last person up that night; the boy saw me put the guineas in that my husband gave me. When my husband went down, and miss'd the boy, he came up, and ask'd me where I put the money: I told him I had locked it up in the cupboard: he said, give me the key, that I may see; he went down, and found the door locked, but the money was gone.</p>
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<p>Mrs. Tyner. This is the key of the cupboard, (taking one of them in her hand.)</p>
<p>Galatley. I am a headborough, at Mile-end; the first time I saw the prisoner, was on Tuesday morning, I believe the 13th of January, at the White Hart, at Mile-end; my brother officer had him, on suspicion of robbing somebody; and was going, before the justice with him: the boy told the justice, he had an uncle lived at such a place in Westminster, named
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<interp inst="t17650227-28-person284" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> ; my brother officer desired I would go with the boy, and see if it was true: going along Cheapside, something hit against me in the prisoner's pocket: I felt in his pocket, and found this bunch of keys, here produced, and likewise this bladder, (producing it.)</p>
<p>Prosecutor. This is the bladder I put my money in.</p>
<p>Galatley. I could find no such person as he mentioned: the prisoner said he had bought a watch at the Cross Keys, a sale-shop in High Holbourn: I went there, to inquire the truth of that; I found he had bought it there: I asked the man what he gave for it; he said that was nothing at all to me, the boy had paid for it; he took it out of my hand and gave it to the boy, and desired him to keep it: I was afraid the boy might throw it away, and I begged of the man to ask the boy for it: when he found I was a peace officer he was sorry for what he had done; he got it again of the boy, and delivered it to me: it seemed to be a good watch.</p>
<p>Mr. Segwick. I am a constable at Mile-end: on Tuesday the 12th of February instant -</p>
<p>Q. Are you certain that was the day?</p>
<p>Segwick. I am; that day the boy at the bar, and two men, came in at the White Hart, and called for six-pennyworth of warm brandy and water; when they had drank it, the boy pulled out this bladder, and laid down a 5 s. 3 d. piece, and desired change for it; they then ordered another six-pennyworth: one of the men said, landlady, bring us a glass, that we may all drink alike: I said, you don't use the boy well, to make him drink as you do; it will be time enough for that ten years hence: I asked that man if the boy was any relation of his: the man said he was the boy's uncle: I asked the boy if he was his uncle; the boy said no, and winked, as though he wanted to speak with me; I went out of the box I was sitting in, and took him into the next room; I asked him how he came by that money, and how much he had got: he said he had lived three years in service, in Essex, and that he had three pounds a year at each place: I asked him who found him cloaths all the time; he said his father: I asked him to let me look at the money, what he had left, there was 2 l. 17 s. 9 d. as he was putting the money in his pocket I saw a seal hang down; I asked him if he had a watch? he said,
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<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>I did take the money.</p>
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<p>Recommended to Mercy, being but fourteen years old.</p>
<p>Note. The last evidence put it beyond all doubt, that the robbery was committed on Tuesday morning the 12th of February, as the prosecutor had before said; for the last execution was on Wednesday the 13th. His wife mistakes Monday night the 12th of January, instead of Monday night the 11th of February.
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<p>He was a third time indicted for
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<p>He received sentence to be branded, and was branded immediately.</p> </div1>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17650227-30-off192 t17650227-30-crimeloc181"/>. I went out on Sunday morning, the 6th of January, about ten o'clock, and about eleven my son came to me for the key. I gave it him; he brought it me again; I went home at night, and went to bed about ten; nobody lives in the house but me: I fastened up the street-door, and I saw the back-door was shut; but when I came down in the morning, about nine, I found the back-door open. I miss'd the things mentioned in the indictment (mentioning them by name). I had seen them all that Sunday morning in the kitchen: I suppose they got in at the kitchen window: there was a pane of glass out of the casement before, by which means a hand might be put in and open it; there is no shutter to the window. On the Monday morning we saw the marks of feet as coming over my neighbour's pales. Last Sunday se'ennight a neighbour came and said, there were seven or eight people to be re-examined before Justice Fielding. I, and several of my neighbours, went on the Monday. I heard it call'd out, Has any body lost any brass or pewter? I said, I had: then I was taken in before Sir
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<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person310" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> people: I was present when this gentlewoman was before Sir John; these are the very goods that were shown to her there: I sealed them up, and opened them yesterday; she swore to them there.</p>
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<persName id="t17650227-30-person311"> John Medley
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person311" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am son to the prosecutrix; I am not out of my time, and my mother finds me in cloaths; I always go home on a Sunday to clean myself: I was there on January the 6th, about eleven o'clock: I got a pan of water out at the back door, and shut the door, and shot the bolt again: to the best of my knowledge the door was fast; but if I do not clap my knee against the door, the bolt, being loose, may miss the place, and not go in; but I am certain the door was latch'd; I know the casement was fastened: after I had cleaned myself, I locked the fore door again, and carried the key to my mother; all these things were in the kitchen when I was there. I can swear to them, and also to some other things that we took out of a man's house in St. Catherine's yesterday, which I have in a bag here. I went with my mother to Sir
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person312" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's, when the men were re-examined: my mother saw and swore to these things there. The other things I had at a man's house named Rasbury; he came to me, and said he had some things, and desired I would come and look at them; I went; there were two sauce-pans and a fish-kettle, a coffee-pot, and a pair of scales.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17650227-30-person313"> Edward Wright
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person313" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . There was one Ball first taken he gave evidence against Cook; I went and took Cook in St. Catherine's: I put him in the Poultry Compter that night; he told me where the three prisoners were to be found; that was at Taylor's house, in an alley in St. Catherine's, called Mouse-alley: there I saw a woman who told me her name was Taylor, and said her husband was gone out: Cook said they had been robbing several people, and he was sure we should find some linen there: I searched, and found about two dozen and a half of napkins, and some towels; I brought these things here out of the house; I found them in the lower part of the house, and the prosecutrix came to Sir
<persName id="t17650227-30-person314"> John Fielding
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person314" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's and owned them: the prisoners were taken up in Northampton-shire.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person315" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live just at the back of Mouse-alley; it is just on this side Wapping: I have seen Perry there backwards and forwards, and Taylor also; and I have seen them both together.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person316" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I know Taylor lives in Mouse-alley: I have been at his house: we went and found some Sheets there; his wife was at home at the time.</p>
<p>Q. to Wright. Describe the situation of the house.</p>
<p>Wright. The Alley is paved with stones; there is a public house at the corner, at a gateway, and his house is about forty yards distant; there are high steps before you come to it.</p>
<p>Q. to Brock. Does he describe it right?</p>
<p>Brock. Yes. That alehouse is the sign of the Golden Anchor; there is such a place as he has mentioned, where they go in under a gateway, and there are steps before we come to Taylor's house; I have seen Taylor go into the house; I have served his wife with coals.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17650227-30-person317"> William Marks
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person317" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . On the 24th of January Perry sent for me to take an Inventory of his goods: I am a broker; I was to sell them to the best advantage: there were bed, bedstead, chairs, tables. No linen, nor brass, nor pewter.</p>
<p>Q. Where is his house?</p>
<p>Marks. It is a little house in Mouse-alley. I I went and took an Inventory; but he was gone. (He described the house and way to it, as the others.) Taylor's wife is Perry's daughter.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person318" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Taylor, Perry, and I, did this Robbery: it was at Poplar, about ten weeks or three months ago, about midnight.</p>
<p>Q. Was it before, or since Christmas?</p>
<p>Cook. Since Christmas, I believe.</p>
<p>Q. What day of the week?</p>
<p>Cook. I don't know. We got over several yards, and the door was upon the latch we went in at. There stood a pot with some water in it; I took and handed that to Taylor, over the pales; it was a larger pot than either of these. I had that at home till I was taken up, and my house-keeper says she sold it to by victuals for the children. That was burst at the sides.</p>
<p>Q. Where abouts did you find that?</p>
<p>Cock. It stood on the left hand of the back-door, by the side of the house, some distance from the house: Perry was in the next garden, and Taylor came over to me: he pulled out his pistol and gave it to me, while he handed the pots and things over the pales; he and I went in, and struck a light; he always carried a tinder-box, candle, and dark lanthorn.</p>
<p>
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<p>Cook. They were standing edge-ways on a form, and the other things on the mantle-piece: the plates were on a shelf: we took six plates, five candlesticks, four pottage-pots and covers, two sauce-pans, a pestle and mortar, a pair of scales, and a white apron that lay upon a chest of drawers, in the kitchen: after we had handed them to Perry, we took them among us, some in our pockets, and some in bags that we had, and carried them to Perry's house; we got there between two and three o'clock; the prisoners lived all together.</p>
<p>Q. What share did you carry?</p>
<p>Cook. I carried the plates, the large pot and candlesticks: we went first into a field with some fowls we had stole and left there: a few days after we shared them: after that Taylor gave me two sauce-pans for one of my pots. Ball was taken up first, and he impeached me, and I was taken up about a month after the things were shared: he knew nothing of this fact, only we told him of it; Sparrow was not with us in this: I lived about 200 yards from Perry's house, in St. Catherine's Lane.</p>
<p>The prosecutrix was called in, who was sent out of court while Cook gave his evidence.</p>
<p>Q. to prosecutrix. Had you any thing taken from the yard?</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. Yes; a larger pot than any of these was standing in the yard, with rain-water in it; that I never saw since.</p>
<p>Q. how near the back-door did it stand?</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. About six or seven yards; it was burst, and ran out at the ears.</p>
<p>Q. Did you lose any linen?</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. I lost an apron out of the kitchen, but I did not put that in the indictment.</p>
<p>Cook. I was at the Rising-Sun at Hackney, about five weeks ago; Perry, Taylor, and Ball were there: Ball was taken; they said he would impeach them, and they said they would go away.</p>
<p>Q. Where did Ball live?</p>
<p>Cook. He lodged in Sun-Yard, within about a hundred yards of Perry's house.</p>
<p>Perry. He used to bring fowls and things to my house when I was in bed.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person319" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I keep the Rising-Sun at Hackney; Cook has used my house fourteen or or fifteen years; I remember seeing Perry, Taylor, and Ball, at my house twice; they were there the very night that Ball was taken. The same night that Mr. Callow was robbed, they all went away together, and left the reckoning to pay, saying I had goods of theirs, and they would come on the morrow and pay me; Callow and I drank with them.</p>
<p>Q. What goods were that?</p>
<p>Griffith. It was gun-powder.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person320" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Last Sunday five weeks, Cook, Ball, Taylor, and Perry, were all at Mr. Griffith's: we drank with them: I have seen Cook and Taylor there three or four times.</p>
<p>Perry's Defence.</p>
<p>I know nothing of these things being in the house, no farther than Cook brought them in.</p>
<p>Taylor's Defence.</p>
<p>Cook came on a Monday morning, and asked me leave to let the goods be at our house; he said he bought them at a sale, and that he owed his landlord a little money, and begged me to let them be there. I came from Staffordshire, and am 25 years of age.</p>
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<p>There were four other indictments against Perry.</p>
<p>(M.)
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t17650227-30-victim325 t17650227-30-viclabel187"/>; there was some gun powder lost from a little house in a field
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17650227-30-off192 t17650227-30-crimeloc188"/>. I am not certain to the quantity lost; it was about an hundred and fifty pounds weight, it might be more or less.</p>
<p>Q. Can you be certain to a hundred weight?</p>
<p>Evans. I am sure there was that quantity missing.</p>
<p>Q. When was it missing?</p>
<p>Evans. About the 28th of September last.</p>
<p>Q. When had you seen it last?</p>
<p>Evans. I had seen it three days before it was missing; it was a vessel about the size of a firkin; that is, half a barrel, or 50 lb. there were two of them lost, and more besides; the door was locked, and I found it locked again.</p>
<p>Q. How do you think they got in?</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="176502270028"/>Evans. The lock might be picked; there was no window at all, only a door.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person328" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . About four months ago I saw the prisoner, with about five or six pounds weight of gunpowder, in a paper bag, at the Rising Sun at Hackney: there were old Perry and
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person329" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> with him; they proffered it for sale: I bought some of it; it was large and small together.</p>
<p>Q. What is Taylor?</p>
<p>Callow. Taylor is a
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<p>Q. to Evans. What sort of powder was that which you miss'd?</p>
<p>Evans. The two half barrels were what they call single M. that is pretty small; there is smaller and there is larger: we miss'd some very small and some very large, and some middling.</p>
<p>Q. to Callow. What did you give a pound for it?</p>
<p>Callow. I gave three shillings for five or six pounds: I can't be a judge what it was worth; I never weighed it.</p>
<p>Q. to Evans. What was the powder worth a pound, that was missing?</p>
<p>Evans. The fine was worth about 14 d. per pound, the other a shilling.</p>
<p>Callow. On the 20th of January they brought more powder, and asked the landlord and others to buy it: and on the 21st the prisoner, Ball, Cook and Perry, came with a canvass bag of powder. I believe it to be about 30 lb. weight in all; nobody would buy any of it.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person330" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Taylor and I went and fetched four barrels of powder away one Saturday night, in the month of August, about nine at night, from a place called Jones's field, near Wapping chapel.</p>
<p>Q. How did you get in?</p>
<p>Cook. Taylor had a key that unlocked the door; we took it out of the powder-house in that field; they were what they call half barrels, fifty pounds each: Taylor had a bundle of keys. The head of one of the barrels was out, it was not quite full; there were two tubs of it glazed powder, very small; one tub was mixed, it was small and large powder: we carried two tubs to the top of the field, and set them down, and went back again and fetched two more, and locked the door: then we carried them to Taylor's house; we were stopped by two custom-house officers, and I told them what it was, and they let us go: we disposed of three tubs to a man at Wandsworth, either on the Monday or Tuesday after; we took it on the Saturday: we carried it in two butter firkins to Queenhithe, and sent it up; and we went up and met it: we had agreed for 8 d. per pound before: when we came there the man said, if we would not take two guineas for it we might take it back again; so we took the two guineas for it.</p>
<p>Q. How much was there of it?</p>
<p>Cook. There was about an hundred and half of it; some we sold to other people: that we did not sell was not glazed, it was a small sort of powder.</p>
<p>Q. Where did you sell the mixed powder?</p>
<p>Cook. That went to Wandsworth: I was in company with the prisoner at the Rising Sun, at Hackney.</p>
<p>Q. Who went with you to Wandsworth?</p>
<p>Cook. Taylor did; he was with me at Hackney: we had some in little bags, and sold some to chandlers-shops, and to two or three people about: we had sold some at the Rising Sun two or three times; the last time we were there we left about 20 lb. weight with the landlord, that was too large for shooting.</p>
<p>Q. Who was there at that time?</p>
<p>Cook. There were Ball, Taylor, Perry, and I. Last Monday it was five weeks ago since we went there first.</p>
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<persName id="t17650227-30-person331"> Angel Griffith
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person331" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . There were Taylor, Ball, Perry, Cook and Callow, at my house; they left some powder at my house that time: I remember Taylor bringing powder twice, and desiring me to put it by; they said I had enough in my hands for the reckoning, and said they would come again and take it away.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence.</p>
<p>This
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person332" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> brought powder to our house three times, and asked me to let him leave it; the fourth time is about a month or six weeks ago: he said his brother was to bring him some more from on board, and that it was old stores; and said he would give me a little money for houseroom: I would not let him leave it; then he carried it to
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person333" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's, a painter. On a Sunday Cook and Ball came to our house; each had a bundle under his arm: I asked where they were going: they said to the Rising Sun, at Hackney, and asked me if I would take a walk with them; they said they would pay us for our trouble: we went with them to Hackney; I never was at this little house in Jones's-field in my life.</p>
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<p>There were eight other indictments against him.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person337" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> the younger. My father is named Daniel, he lives at
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<p>Q. Was that turkey yours that was out at the gate?</p>
<p>Farmer. That certainly belonged to us.</p>
<p>Cook is put out of the court while Ball is examined.</p>
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person338" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have known the prisoner twelve months, or better; there was he,
<persName id="t17650227-30-person339"> Thomas Cook
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<interp inst="t17650227-30-person339" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , and I, at Mr. Farmer's house, and Sparrow's mate.</p>
<p>Q. Who is he?</p>
<p>Ball. Sparrow is a
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<p>Q. When was this?</p>
<p>Ball. This was the beginning of January: I think either on a Thursday or Friday night; we
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<p>Q. How did you do it?</p>
<p>Ball. We all three did it with our hands; we went in and fetched out five turkeys: a dog catch'd at Sparrow's heels, as he stood at the door: he threw a live turkey at him, as he was jumping and making a noise about him; the dog bit him very much, between his calf and his heel.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see the wound?</p>
<p>Ball. No, I never did; there were three or four large dogs about him; he was a long time lame: he said it was between the calf and heel that the dog bit him: when we had got the turkeys we went across the fields, into the road: we took them on the other side the water, and sold them the day after: he was so lame he could not stir out of his room.</p>
<p>Q. Where did he live?</p>
<p>Ball. He lodged at
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<p>Q. How long did he keep within doors?</p>
<p>Ball. He might stay within three weeks, or thereabouts.</p>
<p>Q. When did you first discover this matter?</p>
<p>Ball. I was taken up at Hackney, the 26th of January, at Mr. Callow's, and carried before Justice Fielding the 27th: that day I made a discovery of these turkeys, to Sir John's clerk.</p>
<p>Q. What did you do with them?</p>
<p>Ball. We carried them over the water.</p>
<p>Q. What day did you carry them over the water?</p>
<p>Ball. I know it was Sunday morning, when we came back.</p>
<p>Q. Where did you lie on the Saturday night?</p>
<p>Ball. We were at a public house on the other side the water.</p>
<p>Q. What time of the night did you take these turkeys?</p>
<p>Ball. We took them between eleven and twelve at night.</p>
<p>Q. Where did you go after you stole them?</p>
<p>Ball. The prisoner went to Mouse-alley, and I lay at
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