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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="177809160001"/>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 16th of September, 1778, and the following Days;
<p>Being the SEVENTH SESSION in the Mayoralty of The Right Honble Sir
<persName id="f17780916-1-person1"> JAMES ESDAILE
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<p>TAKEN IN SHORT-HAND BY
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<p>NUMBER VII. PART I.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Printed for
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<interp inst="f17780916-1-person3" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> (the PROPRIETOR) And Sold by M. GURNEY, No. 34, Bell-Yard, near Temple-Bar,</p>
<p>MDCCXXXVIII.</p>
<p>[PRICE SIX-PENCE.]</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="177809160002"/>THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS UPON THE</p>
<p>KING's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery for the CITY of LONDON, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable Sir
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<interp inst="f17780916-1-person5" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Knt. one of the Justices of his Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, The Hon. Sir
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<interp inst="f17780916-1-person6" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , one of the Justices of his Majesty's Court of King's Bench; The Hon. Sir
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<p>London Jury.</p>
<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="f17780916-1-person22" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> ,</p>
<p>
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<p>
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<p>William Marsh,</p>
<p>*
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<p>*
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury.</p>
<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>
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<p>I live at
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="177809160003"/> in the Borough; we went and found the black horse; Saunders said, that one Allen had bought a brown horse; that he was sure was mine. We went the next morning to Allen at Rotherithe, and found it there; when we were at Hopkins's, he said they were sold at Tattersell's, and he believed the man was not paid; we went up to Tattersell's at eleven at night; they told us there, that he had not received the money, and they expected him to come in the morning which he did, and was taken by Wildman, Mr. Tattersell's servant.</p>
<p>- WILDMAN sworn.</p>
<p>The prisoner brought a brown gelding to Mr. Tattersell's to sell on the 10th of June, and a black gelding on the 18th; one Mr. Dixon bought the brown one, and Hopkins in Mint-street in the Borough bought the other.</p>
<p>Did you stop the man? - Yes; on the Saturday morning the 20th of June, when he came to receive the money for the second; he had received the money for the first before we knew of it; he did not seem to say much when he was stopped. The constable took him to the round-house.</p>
<p>Is neither Allen nor Hopkins here? - No.</p>
<p>Q. to Wildman. What were the marks of the horse sold at Tattersell's? - A black horse with part of one of his ears cut off; it was booked in the name of Edmonds; he said his name was
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<p>Q. to Watkins. What were the marks of the black horse? - He had part of one ear torn off by rolling into a ditch; it was bruised with the gravel.</p>
<p>Q. to Wildman. You saw the black horse brought? - Yes.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I buy and sell horses; I bought them of a man on the road that sells fish; he comes from Kent.</p>
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<p>I am journeyman to Mr. Zenogle. I was in the compting-house when the linens were taken away; they were taken off a pile of printed linens which I had laid not above an hour before near the door; they were taken away at about four in the afternoon; I heard somebody go from the door; as there was no one in the shop it raised my suspicion; I went to the door and saw a
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<p>Was that person the prisoner? - I believe it was; I cannot swear to him; I only saw his back; I missed the linen-immediately as I came to the door; as soon as I had called the maid to take care of the warehouse, I pursued the man but went a wrong way, so I was not present when he was taken; I saw him in custody of some gentlemen who were taking him to Guildhall. The person I saw with the linen had a dark grey coat on.</p>
<p>Mr. DEPUTY JONES sworn.</p>
<p>On Tuesday the 4th of August in the afternoon, as I was going to Guildhall, I saw the prisoner at the end of Basinghall-street in Fore-street, with some pieces of linen on his shoulder; I said to Mr. Wyat and Mr. Hall, who were in company, that I thought by the manner of his carrying the linen that he had stole it; Mr. Hall and I followed him; seeing himself observed, he stopped to make water; we went up to him and asked what he had got there; he said some lines which he was carrying to Mr. Jones's in Moor-lane. He had passed through Moor-lane. We met Mr. Jones, the beadle, by the way. When I found the prisoner's account so trifling I gave the constable charge of him.</p>
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<p>Upon the 4th of August, between sour and five, going along Fore-street with Mr. Jones and Mr. Wyatt, Mr. Jones said to me, Take notice of that man, I think he has stole that linen. We followed the man down Moor-lane. He was asked how he came by the pieces of linen, he said, he had them at a house in Coleman-street, and was to carry them to Moor-lane. We asked him to go back to the place where he had them from; he said, he could not do that for he had them of a man who gave him sixpence to carry them. Mr. Deputy Jones gave the beadle (who we had picked up by the way) charge of the prisoner. We took him to Guildhall, and while we were there a young man came in and said he was servant to Mr. Zenogle, and that they had lost the four pieces of printed linen.</p>
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<p>I am a beadle. Mr. Jones gave me charge of the prisoner, and I took him to Guildhall.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>The cloth was given me to carry to one Mr. Jones.</p>
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<p>Tried by the London Jury before Mr. COMMON SERJEANT.</p>
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<note>[Imprisonment. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>[The tankard was produced in court, and deposed to by the prosecutor.]</p>
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<p>I am clerk to a proctor in Doctors Commons. I was at Mr. Smith's house on Thursday afternoon the 20th of August, between three and six, drinking part of a tankard of beer with two other clerks in the Commons; the prisoner I understood had been there from eight in the morning; I saw him sitting in the box; I thought he took notice of us as we drank out of the tankard; a person came into the same box the prisoner had been sitting in; he was then gone out; I did not observe him go out. I turned my back to the tankard to speak to the witness that is here; the prisoner paid for the beer he had been drinking, and came and sat down behind us. In about ten minutes I turned about and the prisoner and the tankard were gone. The person that delivered me the tankard came and demanded it; I went out and saw the prisoner about thirty yards from the door; I pursued him, and took the tankard from under his arm; it was under his great coat.</p>
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<p>I was in the public house drinking a pint of beer; the last witness was talking with me; he turned his back to the tankard; I saw the tankard on the table; Mrs. Smith missed it, and asked the last witness for it; she said, she supposed that ugly fellow had it;
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<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I had the tankard, but did not take it out of the house; a man gave it me in the street.</p>
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<p>Tried by the London Jury before Mr. COMMON SERJEANT.</p>
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<p>(The saw was produced in court, and deposed to by the prosecutor.)</p>
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<p>I am a pawnbroker; Mr. Atkinson came to me to desire me if any carpenters tools should be brought to stop them; the prisoner brought this saw at about nine o'clock on the 22d in the morning. I stopped him.</p>
<p>(Chippendale produced some pick-lock keys, found upon the prisoner.)</p>
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<p>Tried by the London Jury before Mr. COMMON SERJEANT.</p>
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<p>I am servant to Mr. Nichols; I know these four unmanufactured boot legs to be Mr. Nichols's property; they were under my care when they were stolen.</p>
<p>- SMITH sworn.</p>
<p>I live with Mr. Redford and Hollingsworth; I know the prisoner, he is a shoemaker; he has worked for me three or four years, and many more in the neighbourhood; he came to me three or four days before Mr. Nichols came, and saw the legs: the prisoner asked me to lend him four or five shillings, and said he would leave these legs with me till he paid me the money; I lent him five shillings; the legs were tied up in a paper; I put them in the compting-house, my fellow servant Miles, and Mr. Nichols's son were in the compting-house; he showed him these legs, and he said he believed they were his father's, by which means the discovery was made.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>After I was committed, Nichols wanted to swear the robbery agains t another person.</p>
<p>Nichols. I never charged any body else with the robbery.</p>
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<p>I had been to the West Indies with a gentleman; he desired me to call and let the prosecutrix know that he was well when I left the island of Dominica; there were several people belonging to the family backwards and forwards: I know nothing of the plate.</p>
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<p>These jewels were lost at Mr. Nevill's house? - Yes.</p>
<p>You don't reside there I believe? - No.</p>
<p>You was at this time an accidental visitor at the house? - Yes.</p>
<p>The only reason you had to suspect this man was, because he was valet de chambre to Mr. Nevill? - Yes.</p>
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<p>I suppose the maid servants waited upon you? - Yes.</p>
<p>Then this man could have no access to the room you lay in? - He had access to Mr. Nevill's bed-room.</p>
<p>But you did not sleep in Mr. Nevill's bedroom? - Yes, I did; they were there when I went away in the morning; I had not wore any over night only the locket and ear-rings; in the morning I sent the servant for them.</p>
<p>Court. They were, I understand you, in a drawer in Mr. Nevill's bed-room? - Yes; but I used to sleep there.</p>
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<p>On one Sunday, as Mrs. Cox has said, my master ordered me to make his baggage ready and to go to the country. I went up into my master's dressing-room, and not finding my powder sack and comb as customary, I then went to my master's bed-chamber, and found the sack of powder and the combs in a table-cloth wrapped up together: I wrapped up the sack of powder and the combs in that table-cloth that was upon the table; after that, I took down that table-cloth to wrapped up and put it into the baggage that belonged to my master's I had the key of the trunk that was shut up, and I put the trunk behind the carriage; this happened in the day-time. When I attended my master at night to put him to bed as customary, I found that I had put up these things by mistake; finding these things put there by mistake which I knew nothing of before, and knowing them to belong to the lady, thinking that the lady was to go upon the journey with us; but I did not find an opportunity of delivering them again which I intended. The portmantua was put behind the carriage as usual. The lady next morning took a post chaise to return to London. When the lady came to London, she found, as really it was, that the jewels were missing; she wrote a letter to Mr. Nevill, who wrote one to me, to inquire whether I had seen the effects belonging to the lady, and to examine my portmantua. As I found my master wanted to examine into my things, I thought the best way would be to put them apart, and give them myself to the lady on my return to London, but had no opportunity of coming as I staid upwards of six weeks in the country. I was threatened to be carried to Mr. Wilkinson's. I had them about me in my pocket, intending to put them in the same room where I had taken them from by mistake; but I had not time on my arrival at London. I was conducted immediately to Mr. Wilkinson's; at Mr. Wilkinson's, a gentleman interrogated me several times; as that gentleman did not understand French, he thought proper to have me conducted to justice Fielding's; when I understood I was going there, I put the jewels into my hat, intending on my return, to put them in the place I had taken them from.</p>
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<p>I was in the guard-room when
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<p>- THORNTON sworn.</p>
<p>The prosecutrix came to the guard-room and said she had been robbed. Richmond came and complained too of a robbery upon him, between eleven and twelve o'clock: the two prisoners came by; I stopped them, and asked if they had any arms; they said they had not. I felt the blade of a sword under one of their coats: the serjeant took the sword from under his coat, and took them to the guard-room and kept them till nine next morning:</p>
<p>GOODWIN's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I went to Chelsea after a deserter, one
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<interp inst="t17780916-11-person122" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I took this hanger with me; coming back they stopped me at the guardroom, and found nothing upon me; I went into the guard-room immediately, and was kept there till the next morning.</p>
<p>GREEN's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>We went to take a deserter.</p>
<p>[The serjeant of the company was called, who said the prisoners were in fact sent after a deserter, who they had been informed was at Chelsea the Sunday in the evening, and the prisoners had leave for that purpose to miss the roll-call.)</p>
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice ASHHURST.</p> </div1>
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<p>What age is the child? - She was nine years old the 20th of last June. I went to my child; I found her private parts swelled and inflamed very bad; she told me that the prisoner's wife got up and went out one Sunday morning between five and six o'clock, that while she was gone, the prisoner took her from the feet of the bed, and laid her at the head of the bed in his wife's place, and got upon her, that she cried out; upon which he got out of bed, and fastened the door, and said, if she cried, or if she told her mammy or his wife he would beat her unmercifully. I took her directly to Sir
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<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>There were three other gentlemen of the faculty examined this child, Dr. Cooper, Mr. Dale, and Mr. Andree? - Yes.</p>
<p>Court to
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<p>Court. Do you know for what purpose you are brought here now? - Yes.</p>
<p>Court. Do you know that you are to give evidence upon oath? - Yes.</p>
<p>Court. Do you know what an oath is? - No; I do not know what an oath is.</p>
<p>Court. You have heard that there is a God that governs this world; What do you think will happen to people that are wicked, that tell lies, and do bad things? - I know where they go to.</p>
<p>Court. Where do they go to? - To hell.</p>
<p>Court. Are you sensible it is a very wrong thing to tell a lie? - Yes; I am sure it is.</p>
<p>Court. Then if it is a wrong thing to tell a lie, it is still worse to tell a lie when you have taken an oath to tell the truth; therefore, you must take care to say nothing, but what is true.</p>
<p>JANE EAST sworn.</p>
<p>Court. Now you must tell what the prisoner did to you? - The prisoner's wife went out to Whitechapel about six weeks ago; the prisoner lay on the bed; I lay at the feet; he put me up in his wife's place, and got a top of me, and put something into me, but I do not know what it was; I cried out; he said, if I did not have done he would beat me; he got up, and locked the bed-room door; then he came to the bed, and got a top of me again, and put something into me again, and hurt me very much; I cried out, he said again, that he would beat me, and lick me, if I had not done.</p>
<p>How far did he put any thing into you? - I cannot tell how far; I felt something wet come from him. The Sunday before this happened, I went to the necessary in the yard; he came to the vault, and pulled the door open, and would have done it then, only the mistress of the house was in the necessary with me, and saw him.</p>
<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>Where does Mr. Williams the landlord of the house lie? - In the back room; the parlour.</p>
<p>Somebody lay on the two pair of stairs? - Yes, forwards.</p>
<p>Where did you dine that day? - At Mr. Mifflin's.</p>
<p>How long was it before you told this to anybody? - I kept it to myself a week; then I told it to Mrs. Ramsey, a grocer's wife.</p>
<p>Had not you seen Mrs. Ramsey often in the course of the week? - I had seen her once before in that week; but I did not tell her then, as I expected to see my mother.</p>
<p>Had your master Larwell and you any quarrels? - Yes.</p>
<p>He used to be wicked enough to whip you? - Sometimes.</p>
<p>Had he whipped you that morning? - No; it was after I told of this affair that he whipped me.</p>
<p>Did not he say when he dined at Mr. Mifflin's, that he had whipped you for doing something in the bed? - He said so.</p>
<p>Was it true, or a lie? - It was true, he had whipped me.</p>
<p>Jury. Had you done what he whipped you for? - Yes.</p>
<p>Counsel for the Prisoner.</p>
<p>To
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<p>Which examined her first? - Dr. Dale first at Sir
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<p>For the Prisoner.</p>
<p>Mr. - KENNEDY sworn.</p>
<p>You are an apothocary? - Yes, and a surgeon.</p>
<p>Did you examine the girl? - I did.</p>
<p>When? - At Sir
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<p>How far in this child do you suppose the hymen to be up the vagina, because I have understood upon former occasions, that it is various in different subjects? - It sometimes happens so, but in the common course of things there is little deviation.</p>
<p>How high do you suppose the hymen to lye up the vagina in this child? - Not high; I suppose about half an inch.</p>
<p>Whatever then was the cause of this injury, you think from appearances it was impossible that she should have been entered by a man? - I should suppose so. It is necessary to observe, that previous to this complaint that was made, the child had a relaxation of the bladder; her urine came away involuntary, which would cause an inflamation of the parts.</p>
<p>How long had she been troubled with this complaint? - I cannot justly tell. I am pretty confident she must have had it some time.</p>
<p>Was she troubled with that complaint at the time you examined her? - I believe she was.</p>
<p>Whether in your knowledge and experience that disorder, occasioning a discharge from young girls, which produces a degree of inflammation, is not extremely common? - It is very common.</p>
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<p>I examined this girl a few hours after the prisoner was committed, and seeing that there was a good deal of rancour and violence in the women and friends about the girl, I inspected her with the greatest care and accuracy possible; I found there was neither laceration, ulceration, or excoriation; I could not for my part observe the least swelling of the labia or the lips. The hymen was as perfectly complete as any I ever saw; I observed a small discharge, I must own, upon the shift; the mucous was not more upon the part than what we commonly observe. There was a very slight degree of inflammation, about the urethra, which is a little distance from the vagina, where the urine passes out, there I did observe just round the passage a very slight degree of inflammation. In short, from the appearance all together, there was not the least reason to suspect that any violence had lately been done to the parts.</p>
<p>Are you clear from these circumstances, that she never could have been entered by a man? - It was impossible; the orifice was not larger than the size of a large quill.</p>
<p>How high up in the vagina do you imagine the hymen to have laid? - The hymen, in all that I have examined, lies at the very enterance of the vagina, not within the vagina; it is not called the vagina till you pass the hymen.</p>
<p>What do you call it till you arrive at the hymen? - There are the external labia and the little labia, which we name nymphae; they belong to the external parts.</p>
<p>If there had been any force or violence used to her so recently as a week; do you think that you should have discovered it? - If there had been much violence used, I think she could not have recovered it in that short space of time; there must have been some more marks.</p>
<p>With respect to the discharge, whether it is not a complaint to which children are very subject? - Exceedingly common; we see it every day in the female sex of all ages; it may arise from a variety of causes, and when this happened it was exceeding hot weather.</p>
<p>And when that acrid discharge is produced; it is always attended with a degree of inflammation? - Less or more.</p>
<p>Jury. I believe, Sir, you heard the evidence of the child? - I did.</p>
<p>Do you suppose that if the violence had been used which the child mentioned, that it was not possible to have seen more appearances of it? - There must have been some different appearances, I think, to what there was; it is impossible to say what six or seven days may do in case of little violence done, but if great violence had been used, I think it impossible; if there had been an introduction, there must have been other appearances of it.</p>
<p>Dr. COOPER sworn.</p>
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<p>For the Prosecution.</p>
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<p>The child,
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<p>The child spoke to me first on the 2d of August; she came in when I was at dinner.</p>
<p>Do you know any thing further than merely the account that she has given us? - I took her into the entry; she spoke to me, and nobody else; then she came in again; I know nothing of the people that she was at nurse with; I had not seen the child, further than her coming on errands; she did not say any thing to me till that day. I took her through the entry that goes to the yard door, and asked her what she wanted; she said, she was used very ill where she was at nurse; I asked her in what respect, whether she had victuals enough, or whether they beat her; she said, she had victuals enough, and they did beat her, but that they had used her worse than that; she told me that the woman she lived with went home with her mother's gown, that then the man got out of bed, took her from the foot of the bed to the head of the bed, and got on her, and she said she cried out; upon which he got up, and shut the door, and said he would lick her, if she did not hold her tongue; I asked her why she kept it to herself so long; she said, she expected her mammy on the Sunday, and did not like to tell anybody; that her mammy did not come on the Sunday and therefore she came to tell me on the Monday; I asked her if she was in any pain; she said she could not for three days sit, but half way in her chair, and it hurt her when she made water; I told her I could not have an opportunity of sending to her mother till next day, because I was washing; I sent next day to her mother, and her mother came immediately.</p>
<p>Did you examine her? - No; the woman that was washing for me searched her, but I was standing by in the kitchen; I saw something on her shift, and she looked reddish and sore. She said that was not the shift that she had on, for that the woman who washed for her put another on; she said the other was worse than that.</p>
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<p>I am the wife of the prosecutor, who is employed in selling salop in Moorfields; I went out according to my usual custom in company with my husband and daughter, who assisted me in carrying my table and salop into Moorfields, at four o'clock in the morning; at about nine my daughter returned and perceived that the box in which this money was kept was broke open, and the money gone; my bureau and the place where I kept my clothes and other effects were all opened, and the things contained in them were thrown about the floor, and there were two of my gowns wrapped up to all appearance, with an intent to carry them away; this bag lay near them, I apprehend it was meant to put these clothes and gowns into the bag and carry them away; but the person, I suppose, was disturbed, and therefore left the bag behind him. I am sure that this bag which has been produced, was the bag that belonged to the prisoner, for the prisoner had applied to me before for a bag; I had offered him one, which was worth very little; he refused to accept of it, in a short time after that I saw he had a bag, which I made particular observations upon; it had more holes in it than that I offered him, and was like a dirty-pillow case. I said so to him at the time he showed it me; I made such observation upon it, that I can swear to it. When the prisoner was taken up, the sum of one pound seventeen shillings and six-pence was found in his breeches pocket, one six-pence which was a part of that money that was in my box, at the time that this money was stole; the forty-four pounds was not made up when I removed, but put up into the box afterwards.</p>
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<p>I am the daughter of the prosecutor. I came home at nine in the morning, the prisoner's bag was found there, this is the bag: I was present when the bag was produced by the prisoner to my mother. I made the same observation upon it at the time the prisoner produced it, and said, it was not much better than that my mother had offered him; and it was like a dirty pillow case. I am sure it was the same identical bag which the prisoner before had produced, and the sixpence that was found in his pocket, I take upon me to swear is the identical sixpence that was in the box at the time we went out in the morning. I am sure it was in the box when it was broke open; another reason for suspecting the prisoner, was, he assisted in placing the box where it stood.</p>
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<p>I am a constable. I took the prisoner in bed, on the Tuesday, about nine at night, at his lodgings in Red-Lion-street, Grub-street. I searched him, and found one pound sixteen shillings and six-pence in his breeches pocket.</p>
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<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I was at Hounslow at the time this happened, I bought a quantity of fruit, I sold eight shillings worth to a woman at Charing-Cross, and she gave me this six-pence in part of payment; I sent to her, she could not attend to day, or she would have appeared for me.</p>
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<p>I am a shoe-maker, I live in Red-Lion-street, Grub-street; the prisoner lodged with me, I have known him six or eight months, he has behaved very honest, civil, and sober, since he lodged with me; he has staid out to be sure sometimes of a night. The night he was taken up, I went up stairs with the officer; there was a guinea and sixteen shillings and six-pence taken upon him, and no observation was made that night of the six-pence. I put it in a pocket by itself, it was inspected by the prosecutor the next day.</p>
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<p>I assisted in taking the prisoner, he was rescued, but was taken again, he was searched, but nothing found upon him.</p>
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<p>I know nothing of the watch.</p>
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<p>I live at Cow-cross; the prisoner pawned this watch with me on the 18th of August, he asked two guineas, I lent him a guinea and a half on it; he took a duplicate of it in his own name.</p>
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<p>On Sunday, the 30th of August, I went to apprehend Flint, two boys, and another person; in Flint's parlour I found the duplicate of the watch, and an old seal that belongs to Mr. Coats's watch.</p>
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<p>A person gave me the watch to pawn for him.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's defence.</p>
<p>I delivered up these things, upon a promise that I should not be prosecuted.</p>
<p>Mrs. Rigacci. I never made her any such promise.</p>
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<p>I am the wife of the prosecutor. I let the prisoner a two-pair-of-stairs room ready furnished, at three shillings a week; about the middle of June she paid me a fortnight's rent, she said she could not pay the rest, because she was obliged to pay her workmen she employed, as she made tents, and she said she was not paid herself. I went into the prisoner's room on the 4th of August, and missed the goods mentioned in the indictment; she would not give any account what she had done with them. I found them at Mr. Howlit's, a pawn-broker.</p>
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<p>I own I took the sheet and blanket; the sauce-pan and candlestick were never in my room; I intended to redeem them and put them in their place again.</p>
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<p>On the 12th of August, Flint, Elburn and Goodburn came to Colnbrook in a chaise, which wanted some repair; I repaired it. I was sent after the prisoners, and took Elburn and Goodburn at a public house at Windsor; Flint was taken in the market place, about ten o'clock at night; they were discharged that night. When I brought them to Colnbrook, Flint gave me an indemnification when he was discharged. About a fortnight afterwards Goodburn was taken up, and the pepper castor and silver spoon were by his direction found concealed in a necessary at Windsor; the spo on was broke.</p>
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<p>On Thursday the 30th of last month, Flint and the two lads, Elburn and Goodburn were taken up for robbery, committed the Saturday before that; on the Monday following they were brought before Sir
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<p>Court. We cannot admit that as evidence. - In consequence of that, I went that day, the 31st, to the Catherine-Wheel at Colnbrook, and from thence to the Crown at Windsor. I found the plate in a necessary, at Windsor, behind one of the joists. We heard Bolton was at a fight at Hounslow; the officer went and apprehended him there. When they were all at Sir
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<p>Was Flint at Windsor when the goods were found? - No, he was in custody at London upon another affair.</p>
<p>[The things were produced, and deposed to by the prosecutrix's servant.]</p>
<p>BOLTON's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>As to the things I am charged with I am innocent; I went to receive some money at Windsor; I never saw the other prisoners till I saw them at Colnbrook; I paid for my own dinner myself.</p>
<p>Jennings. He dined with the rest; she reckoning was laid on the table.</p>
<p>Bolton. There were nine at the table; I believe the other prisoner came in a chaise, or whiskey, I knew nothing of their coming; we got there just together; I went in company with them to Windsor.</p>
<p>ELBURN's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I know nothing about the robbery, I have nothing to say.</p>
<p>GOODBURN's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I have nothing to say, I know nothing at all about it.</p>
<p>FLINT's DEFENCE.</p>
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<p>I am as innocent as the child unborn.</p>
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<p>On the 10th of this month a person informed me that a woman had stolen some pots; I went out in pursuit of her; I overtook the prisoner; I opened her apron, and found two quart pots; I took her home; I did not think she had any thing more about her; she asked' leave to go to the necessary; when she returned, I put my hand under her cloak, and there I found a pint pot; I went and looked in the necessary, and I found this quart pot thrown down the necessary, and there was another pint pot found in a water tub at the necessary door.</p>
<p>(The pots were produced in court, and deposed to by the prosecutor.)</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I had a pot of beer for my husband; he lives near the prosecutor's; I had these pots with beer when he stopped me; he threw water upon me, and stoned me to death; they owe me a spight, because I would not let my husband spend every halfpenny in their house; they knocked me down, and used me so ill, that I have never been a woman since.</p>
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<p>662.
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<p>My husband's name is
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<interp inst="t17780916-28-person250" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I found my shift on the prisoner's back at her lodgings. I had a gown to wash; it was taken with the shift. I charged her with the gown; she owned she had taken it, and told me it was at Mrs. Ferry's, a pawnbroker: the justice sent a man with her to the pawnbroker's.</p>
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<p>I am a widow. I gave a linen gown to Mrs. Caddle to wash on Tuesday, and she lost it on the Wednesday.</p>
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<p>I am servant to Mrs. Terry, a pawnbroker. The prisoner pawned this gown in the name of
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<p>(The gown was produced in court, and deposed to by the prosecutrix.)</p>
<p>Q. to Caddle. Where is the shift you found upon the prisoner? - She threw it out of the window; I have not found it; I knew it by a patch on the shoulder.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I wanted some money to go on board of ship; I asked her to lend me some money, and she lent me these things.</p>
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice ASHHURST.</p>
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<p>663.
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<p>On the 29th of July, I went up into the garret to bed at about eleven o'clock; but I left the door of the lower room locked and had the key in my pocket; in the morning a man came into the passage, and offered to sell me my hebrew grammar, which I left in the lower room when I went to bed. I have seen the prisoner several times lurking about my passage, and have drove her out.</p>
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<p>On the 30th of July, I met
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<p>(They were produced in court, and deposed to by the prosecutor.)</p>
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<p>I bought these things for a shilling, of a person that I do not know.</p>
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<p>I am a constable. I was charged with the prisoner; she confessed taking the things: the things were all mentioned before the alderman; and Burrows said he knew nothing of them.</p>
<p>- BURROWS sworn.</p>
<p>I am a pawnbroker in Barbican. I know nothing of the prisoner, only her coming backwards and forwards to my shop. I have a watch and a buckle; that is all I have with me. I asked him to let me see the tickets; he would not.</p>
<p>Did you take in seven sheets, &c. of the prisoner? - I do not know; if the prosecutor will show me the duplicates, I will tell him whether they are mine.</p>
<p>Ashburn. When the prisoner was taken up, I went to Mr. Burrows, and told him the alderman desired him to attend at Guildhall; he asked on what account; I told him he had taken in some stolen goods; I described the goods and the prisoner, and told him where I lived; he denied that he had any such articles. I desired he would go to the alderman, but he would not; but desired. I would go to some other pawnbrokers, for he knew nothing of any such woman in the court that I lived in. I thought he dealt so unfairly as a tradesman, I did not choose to let him see any of the tickets.</p>
<p>(The duplicates produced.)</p>
<p>Burrows. They are all mine.</p>
<p>Do you know the prisoner? - Yes; the goods mentioned in the tickets are all at my house pawned by the prisoner. I did not give her any duplicate with the watch and buckle. They were pawned to me by the prisoner.</p>
<p>[The watch and buckle were produced in court, and deposed to by the prosecutor.]</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="177809160020"/>Did you give her liberty to pawn the things? - I never gave her liberty to pawn an article in my life.</p>
<p>PRISONERS's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I did not design to wrong Mr. Ashburn. I have had ever so many witnesses attending for me till to-day; I do not know that there are any attending now.</p>
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<interp inst="t17780916-33-person282" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , that I had lost this lamb, and he said he believed he could give me some intelligence of it; he said Nosey was one of the persons that took it off the hook. Nosey was taken into custody, and he said he took it by the direction of White; the other prisoner White when he was taken into custody, acknowledged, before he was taken before the alderman, that he had taken the lamb, and Nosey said he took it from my house by the order of White.</p>
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<p>I saw Nosey take the lamb off the hook, at Mr. Fountain's shop, on the 23d of May, and carry it away.</p>
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<p>I bought a lamb of White, I gave him thirteen shillings for it, it weighed four stone four pound and a half; I bought it as the property of White, he said he had bought three lambs, it stood me in five-pence farthing a pound.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. Nosey waited about the place, and when there was a favourable opportunity, White gave him a signal, and he took it away.</p>
<p>WHITE's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I lived with Mr. Fountain, I used to sell his goods for him, and give him the money; I forgot to give him the money for this lamb.</p>
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<p>I am a constable; I found these goods (producing them) in the prisoner's apartments; Cockwaine rents the apartment; Goddard gives her a shilling a week for lodging with her;
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<p>I know Goddard very well; I saw these things found in the room which Cockwaine said was her lodging; Cockwaine said Goddard brought the things there.</p>
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<p>I am a weaver. I went to the Compter after the prisoners were in custody; Cockwaine gave me four guineas and two gold rings, and desired me to take care of them for her, for she was afraid she should loose them in the gaol; I had known Cockwaine by sight sometime; after I had taken them, I was afraid I should get into trouble; so I put the four guineas into my shoes, and put the rings into my pocket.</p>
<p>GODDARD's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>The necklace and rings were not Mrs. Taylor's; I have had them above a month; my mother knows that; I am sure my mother would not take a false oath, for she has nine children.</p>
<p>Cockwaine was not put upon her defence.</p>
<p>For Goddard.</p>
<p>- GODDARD sworn.</p>
<p>I am the mother of
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<p>Did you see your daughter wear it before the first of this month? - I cannot say. I cannot swear to the rings.</p>
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<p>Tried by the London Jury before Mr. Baron PERRYN.</p>
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<p>( The Prisoner pleaded)</p>
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