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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="178005100001"/>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 10th May, 1780, and the following Days;
<p>Being the FIFTH SESSION in the Mayoralty of The Right Honble. BRACKLEY KENNET,
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<p>TAKEN IN SHORT-HAND BY
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<p>NUMBER V. PART I.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>Printed for
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<p>MDCCLXXX.</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="178005100002"/>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 BRACKLEY KENNET,
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<interp inst="f17800510-1-person5" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , one of the Justices of his Majesty's Court of King's Bench; The Honourable Sir RICHARD PERRYN, Knt. one of the Barons of his Majesty's Court of Exchequer; Mr. Serjeant ADAIR, Recorder; and others his Majesty's Justices of Oyer and Terminer of the City of London and Justices of Gaol Delivery of Newgate, holden for the said City and County of Middlesex.</p>
<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>First Middlesex Jury.</p>
<p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>When did you first miss them? - On Thursday in the Easter week, the 28th or 29th of March; it made my family very unhappy; we did not know who to suspect. I advertised the lace but did not hear any thing of it. On the Saturday following in the evening, the prisoner went away for a few days to make holiday; she came again five or six days after, and chared as before for two or three days. A lady who lodged at my house lost a pocket book after the prisoner came again. I apprehended the prisoner on suspicion. I took out a warrant at the office in Litchfield-street, and Grubb, an officer, came with me. I took the prisoner into the parlour and charged her with it; the officer advised my wife to go into another room and try to get her to confess, which she did, and then she confessed taking the lace.</p>
<p>You did not hear that? - No; but I heard her acknowledge it afterwards; she was very much distressed, and owned she had stolen the lace and pawned it.</p>
<p>Did you make her any promises to induce her to confess? - I promised her if I recovered my lace I would show her all the lenity the law would allow.</p>
<p>Did your wife make her any promises? - I believe, she did; we found the lace in consequence of her confession. Grubb was present with my wife when she went into the other room.</p>
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<p>Did you go into the parlour with Mrs. Pohl and the prisoner? - I was in the parlour when she made the confession. Mrs. Pohl spoke to me about it, I advised her to take care what promise she made; and not to promise not to prosecute her, but only to show her all the lenity she could in the prosecution.</p>
<p>What sort of lenity did she promise her? - She said, it was a capital offence, the lace was worth ten or twelve pounds; that she would show her all the lenity that lay in her power, for she would not lay it capitally.</p>
<p>To the prosecutor. You said she acknowledged in your presence that she had taken the things and pawned them? - Yes. At Mr. Parker's and at Mr. Freares's; I went there and found the lace.</p>
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<p>I am shopman to Mr. Freares; the prisoner brought two pieces of lace to our shop, one contained twelve the other seven yards; the twelve yards she brought the 31st of March, the seven yards on the 10th of April.</p>
<p>Are you sure they were brought by the prisoner? - Yes; I had seen her before. I asked her whose property they were? She said, she brought them for a Mrs. Robinson who kept a house in Marshall-street, Carnaby Market.</p>
<p>Did you know such a person? - No; she pawned them in the name of Robinson.</p>
<p>What did she pawn them for? - The twelve yards two guineas, the other piece half a guinea.</p>
<p>(The lace was produced in court.)</p>
<p>Prosecutor. This piece is very particular. I had but one piece of that sort; it was taken out of the lace box in the mahogany press.</p>
<p>Had the prisoner access to that drawer? - On the Thursday morning I found the press open, so that somebody must have been at it.</p>
<p>Had it been locked? - I believe it had, but it was carelessly left unbolted. I missed this piece in particular that morning.</p>
<p>Is there any thing so particular in this piece that you could have sworn to it if she had not confessed? - Yes; from the pattern, the breadth, and the quantity of yards; there was a private mark to the end of it, that is taken away.</p>
<p>Do you know any thing of the other piece of lace? - Yes. I missed a piece of the same quantity. I know this to be mine; there is a particular joining in it.</p>
<p>Is there any mark upon it? - No; only the pattern; I cannot positively swear to it.</p>
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<p>The prisoner brought eleven yards of lace to our house the 31st of March, in one piece.</p>
<p>New lace not made up? - Yes. She said, she brought it from a Mrs. Robinson. I asked her where she lived? she told me in the Hay-market.</p>
<p>Do you know such a person in the Hay-market? - Yes. She comes and sends
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<p>Prosecutor. I missed such a piece of such a number of yards, I believe it to be mine.</p>
<p>(The prisoner did not say any thing in her defence).</p>
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<p>What reason have you to say it was the prisoner that used you in this manner? - I was engaged entirely with the prisoner, he was the person I met first, I looked at him when I met him.</p>
<p>Had you never seen him before this time? - No.</p>
<p>Had he any disguise over his face? - None at all.</p>
<p>How was he dressed? - He had a brown coat on buttoned.</p>
<p>When did you see him again? - On the Sunday after, at Sir
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<p>Do you take upon you positively to swear to the person of the prisoner? - I do; he is the person who cut me and wounded me.</p>
<p>What way of life are you in? - A
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t17800510-2-victim54 t17800510-2-viclabel10"/> out of place. I had been to drink tea with a friend. I have been in town seven months. I lived eight years with Dr. Mainwaring at Manchester.</p>
<p>Your resistance seems rather rash, did you see any body in the field likely to give you assistance? - I did not; I did not see that the other man had a hanger till I gave him a blow.</p>
<p>The stroke you first gave was supposing you would have only one man to contend with? - Yes, and then I looked over my shoulders and saw the other drawing his cutlass.</p>
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<p>Myself and some others were at the apprehending of the prisoner, at a house in Black Boy-alley.</p>
<p>Was that in consequence of any warrant granted on this complaint? - No; we went round the fields upon the prosecutor's complaint; we could see nobody in the fields; we then went to Black Boy-alley, there we saw the prisoner in a house sitting by the fire eating his supper.</p>
<p>Was that the same evening? - No, the next evening. A person came up in the morning who had found the gentleman's finger. We took the prisoner immediately to
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<interp inst="t17800510-2-person59" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's. Mr. Randall was sent for; he came up in the evening; the prisoner was put amongst some of us and some strangers; that was on the Sunday after; we were all together to the number of fourteen. Mr. Bond sent a little boy for the prosecutor to come out of the room into the yard where we were; when he came into the yard Mr. Bond desired him to go round and see if there was any body there whom he knew. He immediately pitched upon the prisoner.</p>
<p>What did the prisoner say? - He said, he was innocent of it. Randall told him he was the man who committed the robbery and cut his fingers off. None of us at Sir
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<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I am very innocent of it. I hope you will have mercy on me. I have not a friend in the world to speak for me. I am a sawyer.</p>
<p>To the prosecutor. Was it a light night? - Yes. I could see his face very well.</p>
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<p>I am shopman to Mr.
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<p>I am a constable. I live just by the prosecutor, in Holborn. I saw a mob round the door. I went into the shop and took the prisoner into custody. I took him to the round-house; there I searched him and found these three pieces of black ribbon (producing them) in his breeches; he called me all manner of names when I searched him.</p>
<p>Jones. I have all the reason in the world to believe that these three pieces of ribbon are Mr. Troutbeck's property. I shewed the prisoner black ribbons.</p>
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<p>While I was taking down the shutters on the outside of the shop the prisoner came into the shop; I saw him take these two pieces of ribbon out of his pocket.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I was guilty of taking one piece, I leave myself to the mercy of the court.</p>
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p>
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<p>The things which are mentioned in the indictment the prisoner took away on Saturday the 29th of April, while I was out about my business; she was my
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<p>What time did you go out? - About half an hour after five in the morning; she was gone, I suppose about six.</p>
<p>When did you return? - About nine; the man who brings home my goods said, I was very much wanted at home; when I came home I missed the two tea spoons, and the other things mentioned in the indictment (repeating them.)
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<p>Were the things ever found? - Yes; by Sir
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<p>Did the leave any body in the house when she went away? - When I went out I left nobody in the house but the prisoner,
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<p>I lost a pair of shoes and a pair of buckles when the prisoner went away.</p>
<p>Do you know any thing how they were lost? - I was a-bed and asleep; I can give no account how she took them. I got up about seven o'clock; finding the prisoner was gone, I went and searched to see if she had taken any thing away, and missed the things belonging to Mrs. Collings.</p>
<p>Was you present when the prisoner was searched and any thing found upon her? - No.</p>
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<p>I lodge in Mrs. Collings's house.</p>
<p>Do you know what time the prisoner went away that morning? - No. I did not get up till about nine o'clock. I did not miss any thing of mine till three o'clock on Saturday, when being desired to see if she had taken any thing of mine, I went up stairs and missed my buckles.</p>
<p>Was you present when the prisoner was searched? - No, I was not.</p>
<p>
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<p>Mrs. Collings told us she had heard that the prisoner was gone to an house in Golden-lane; we followed her and found her immediately. I searched her and found a pair of buckles and a table cloth in her pocket (producing them.) I took nothing from her but those two articles.</p>
<p>Did any body else search her? - Yes. Mr. Phillips; in my presence, he took from her three tea spoons, and another table cloth; the rest of the things were found in a box which she acknowledged to be her's.</p>
<p>
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<p>Collings. The spoons have my name in a cypher and my creston the top.</p>
<p>(Ann Haddocks and Edwards Taylor deposed to the things that were laid to be their property.)</p>
<p>Mrs. Collings. She had lived with me but three weeks.</p>
<p>(The prisoner did not say any thing in her defence).</p>
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p>
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p>
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<p>I am a
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="178005100007"/>they came in; I therefore counted the cloaks. I laid down six black silk cloaks before them. They found a deal of fault with them; they said the lace was not good enough, that they wanted them with broader trimmings and larger. I said, in order to see how large they were, they had better try one on, upon which Thompson pulled her cloak off, and tried one of them on. Kent had on a long scarlet cloak. Thompson dropped a cloak on the ground, upon which Kent sat down on a stool, and then the cloak which she had on reached almost to the ground, and then she
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<p>You refused the twelve shillings? - It cost me twenty-two shillings. As they were going out I laid hold of Thompson with one hand, and the other with the other hand. I said they had a cloak of mine, and they must not take my property away. I sent for a constable, who lived at the next door. He came in. When I charged them with having a cloak, Kent dropped the cloak from under her arm; as my servant will prove. I did not see it myself; it was found where Kent stood. I knew she had the cloak before I shewed her the last cloak, and I fancy she must know I knew it by my countenance, for she said I fancy the gentleman is hard of hearing, and does not choose to shew us any more cloaks.</p>
<p>Did you see Kent draw it up under her petticoats? - I saw Thompson drop it and look at Kent as much as to say pick it up, and she sat down immediately.</p>
<p>You did not see her pick it up? - I cannot say that I did; when I charged them with it, they said they knew nothing about it. I gave the constable charge of them and sent them to the Compter.</p>
<p>ANN MOUNTAIN sworn.</p>
<p>I am servant to the prosecutor. On the 17th of April, between six and seven in the evening while he was attending the two prisoners, I placed myself at the end of the counter, as he was shewing them the cloaks. They seemed to think the cloaks too small. He said, Mountain, is there not a larger one, a 6th, I said, I believed there was, and fetched the cloak; I was going to try it on; she said, Did I think she never put a cloak on; what business had I there? I had more need go about my business. I begged her pardon, and went to the end of the compter. They bid my master twelve shillings for a cloak which cost him twenty-two shillings and six-pence. They were going out; my master lifted up the counter and followed them and clapped his hand upon each of their shoulders, and then Kent dropped the cloak from under her cloak; I saw her drop it just within the sash; it lay on the ground till the constable came, and he took it up.</p>
<p>THOMPSON's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I went in to buy a cloak; I had half a guinea and half a crown. The cloak I tried on I put on the counter again.</p>
<p>KENT's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I never saw the cloak; I know nothing of it.</p>
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<p>Tried by the London Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p>
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p>
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<note>[Imprisonment. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p> </div1>
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<p>I live in a house which is all let out in separate tenements; the landlord's name is Burdet; he does not live in the house; I live in the two pair of stairs front room.</p>
<p>Has this house one outer street door? - Yes.</p>
<p>Is that street door in the day time usually kept shut or open? - It usually stands open I believe.</p>
<p>Did you loose any of the things mentioned in the indictment? - On the 14th of April I was at my business; I sell fruit in the street. At about half after three in the afternoon, a man came and told me my door was open. I double locked it when I went out about ten in the morning; I went home and found the door broke open; the lock was wrenched, it was bent back, and the door cut away. I found my drawers open and stripped.</p>
<p>Were the drawers locked? - Only the bottom one, that I found open too.</p>
<p>What things did you miss? - The things mentioned in the indictment (repeating them)</p>
<p>Were there any things belonging to any body else? - Yes; two cotton gowns and a black silk cloak; they belonged to
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<interp inst="t17800510-6-person101" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . She is a married woman, her husband's name is William Humphreys. I looked in the drawers in the morning and saw all the things there.</p>
<p>Do you know the prisoners? - Yes.
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<p>I live in the same house with Hicks, on the back room of the ground floor; my door opens to the stair foot. These people go out to get their bread, and when they are out I generally enquire who goes up and down. I had been ill from the Wednesday till this Friday, then I was up sitting by the fire; my door was open. About three in the afternoon I heard some people go up stairs, but did not see them; I called to know who they were, who they wanted, knowing there was nobody in the house but myself they gave me no answer.</p>
<p>Did you go up after them? - No, I was not able. They came down in about ten minutes after; hearing them coming down I got up and went to the door as well as I could; I saw two women, the first had passed me, I did not see her face; the last was Hatfield. I do not know whether the first was the evidence or Hickes, they had both brown gowns on. I said to the first of them, whom did you want? she said she had seen them she wanted. Hatfield turned round and smiled, and said the other only wanted her sister.</p>
<p>How do you know the one that spoke was Hatfield? - By her face.</p>
<p>Had you ever seen her before? - No. They went out.</p>
<p>How soon after did you see Hatfield? - On the Tuesday after, at the Lord Mayor's.</p>
<p>Did you know her again immediately? - Yes.</p>
<p>Are you sure Hatfield is one of the persons who came down stairs? - Yes. Soon after they went away somebody else went up. I did not see who it was; I said, is that Poll? I thought it was a girl Hicks had sometimes to do things for her. She said nothing.</p>
<p>How many went up? - One only,
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<p>Did you know her before? - No; I did not. When she came down she went into the cellar.</p>
<p>Are you sure she is the person that came down the second time? - Yes.</p>
<p>Had she any thing with her? - No; she had no cloak on at that time that I saw.</p>
<p>Did you hear any noise up stairs at either of the times these people were there? - No, none at all.</p>
<p>
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<p>What time did you get up that day? - About one o'clock I believe. There are two other lodgers in the house; they both went out. One of them bid me tell her husband if he came home, she was gone to the Dolphin, and the other bid me tell her husband she was just gone out a little way. There was nobody left in the house but me.</p>
<p>Any body might have gone in at the outer door before you got up? - They might.</p>
<p>Could not any body go up stairs after you got up without your knowing of it? - I think not.</p>
<p>After you got up did you hear any body go up between one and three o'clock? - No, only the two people that went out. The accomplice said they fetched them out to take them to drink while they committed the robbery.</p>
<p>I ask you upon your oath whether any body had been up stairs between one and three, except these women? - I think not.</p>
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<p>I live at No. 7, in White's-alley, Coleman street, near the prosecutrix. On the 14th of April Mrs. Hickes was at her basket; a man came to her and said her door was open. She went home and said she was robbed; I went after her and said I was ruined as well as she; because I had lost my things which were in her drawer. I am a married woman, my husband's name is
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<p>I met
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<interp inst="t17800510-6-person110" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> and Mary Hatfield in Petticoat-lane, on the Thursday before this happened. They asked me to come to their apartment in Gravel-lane, on Friday. I went.
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<interp inst="t17800510-6-person113" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> ; I went along with them. Hicks left Hatfield and me in a public-house while she went up to the two pair of stairs room where her sister-in-law lived.</p>
<p>Where did you go to? - To a public-house at the corner of the alley; I do not know what public-house it was.</p>
<p>What time of the day was this? - Between two and three o'clock.</p>
<p>Did you know the two prisoners before? - Yes, I knew
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<interp inst="t17800510-6-person115" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> and I waited at a public-house, while Hicks and Jullian went into the house and brought the two women down out of the one-pair-of-stairs, where her sister lives; those two women and
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<p>How do you know where they went when they left you at a public-house? - Because
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<p>Did the other two women come into the public-house with Hicks? - No.</p>
<p>You never saw the other two women at all? - I just saw the glimpse of them.</p>
<p>After Hicks told you this she went away? - Yes; she spoke on one side and bid us go to this room.</p>
<p>Did Jullian come back with her? - No, Mary Hatfield and I were together; we came out together and went up to Hicks's room.
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<interp inst="t17800510-6-person118" type="given" value="Mary"/>
<interp inst="t17800510-6-person118" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> had a sort of an iron screw; she put into the door and forced it open and I followed her in; she opened the drawers and took the things out and gave them to me.</p>
<p>What was you to do with them? - To carry them to her place in Gravel-lane. She came with me and brought some away likewise.</p>
<p>You knew well enough what these young women were going about when you went to this publick-house? - Yes, I did. Mrs. Moffett came to her room and saw the things.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t17800510-6-person119"> Mary Hicks
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<interp inst="t17800510-6-person119" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> was not there at all? - No.</p>
<p>When did you see her afterwards? - About half an hour, or rather better.</p>
<p>When did you make discovery of these things? - On the Monday following they came to the place where I was.</p>
<p>Was you taken up on this business? - Yes.</p>
<p>A Witness. She was admitted an evidence before the Lord Mayor. She was taken up after the rest; the two prisoners were taken first.</p>
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<p>I live at the sign of the Cock in Hand-alley, Cock-hill. On the 14th of April, I lived in Gravel-lane; the prisoners both lodged in my house. About half after three o'clock that day I was told Hicks was detected with some stolen things. I went to her room; there I saw Hicks and the other prisoner. The man who was at work with me was ordered by a woman to take them into custody, for that the goods were stolen. I said to my man, you are not an officer, you cannot take charge of her, we will send for Mr. Withers, which I did. Mrs. Hatfield took hold of two gowns which seemed to be quite new, both of a pattern. She said one of these is mine and the other is my sister's. I saw all the things there which are mentioned in the indictment except the woollen cloak. Then Mary Hatfield said her uncle had sent her three guineas and a half to get the things out of pawn, and that she had but one hall guinea left.</p>
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<p>I am a constable. I went down to take the prisoners. I went to Moffett's house; one Mrs. Jullian and
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<p>Do not they live together in the same house? - Yes, one in one part of the house and the other in another. I found this apron (producing it) in Hicks's drawer. I found nothing in Hatfield's room.</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. That is my apron; it was a remnant, I cut it out foolishy; it is longer and wider on one side than the other.</p>
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<p>I am a pawnbroker. There was a cloak pawned with me; I did not make any remark upon it; it was pawned in the name of
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<p>Prosecutrix. I had the cloak from Mr. Clark, it is my property.</p>
<p>HATFIELD's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I know nothing of it. Cutler lives with a bad man, who is a house-breaker; she had some quarrel with the man, I believe that is the reason she has brought me into this.</p>
<p>HICKS's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I know nothing of it. They are all my own family that come against me; they would take away my life if they could. They are a very bad family.</p>
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p>
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<note>[Whipping. See summary.]</note> </rs> </p>
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<p>Did you know the prisoner before this affair? - No; I did not. I lost a quantity of pewter, between the Thursday before Easter and the Monday morning. The prisoner was my servant.</p>
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<p>On Tuesday morning about five o'clock I saw the prisoner come out of a field at the back of Mr. Gale's house, and cross into the turnpike road; she had something which appeared heavy; she put it down upon a step and sat upon it while I passed her and put her apron over it. I do not know what it was.</p>
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<p>I keep a water cart at Hampstead, I was at the Cock and Crown at Hampstead. The prisoner asked me to carry a parcel which was in the Cock and Crown; that was on Tuesday morning.</p>
<p>Do you know what that parcel was? - It appeared to be pewter wrapped up in a coarse cloth; it weighed about three quarters of an hundred weight. I carried it about twenty or thirty yards and put it into the boot of the Hampstead coach to come to London; this was between eight and nine in the morning; she desired me to take it from the Cock and Crown, and put it in the boot of the coach as fly as I could that the master of the coach might not see me put it in left the man should get turned away from his place.</p>
<p>Was there any direction on it? - No.</p>
<p>Did she go into the coach? - No. She went back with me to the Cock and Crown to give me half a quartern of gin for carrying it and putting it into the coach.</p>
<p>Could you distinguish it to be pewter? - I just saw it and felt it and shook the plates together. The bottom parcel was large, the top smaller.</p>
<p>Did you know the prisoner before? - No, I never saw her before in my life.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I never saw this man before.</p>
<p>Gale. She came to town in my coach; I put her bundles in the coach myself. This parcel was put in another coach.</p>
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<p>The prisoner came to the Cock and Crown about ten minutes after seven as nigh as I can recollect on the Tuesday morning.</p>
<p>What are you? - I drive a Hampstead stage for Mr. Davis. She asked me what time I should go to town; I said about nine o'clock. She asked me to carry a parcel for her to London. I asked her where it was; she said she would go and fetch it, and when my coach was driven out she was walking backwards and forwards before my master's door. I asked her, where is your parcel? she said I have put it in the boot. I asked her if she went down in the coach; or if there was a direction on it? She said no, I might leave it at Mr. Chandler's, the corner of Great Russel-street, Tottenham-court-road. She said she had not done her business, and could not go then. I staid a while and going to town catched Mr. Gale's coach, and she was on the box of his coach. I thought it was very odd. We stopped at the corner of Russel-street, and Gale's coach drove up behind me; and she came to my coach and demanded the parcel; I took it out, it was very heavy; I rested it on the wheel when I let it down on the pavement, the plates chinked, the wrapper was open. I had the curiosity to see what it was. I saw it was pewter. She took the parcel from me, and paid me three pence for the carriage, and I lodged it in the shop. Chandler keeps a great grocer's shop, the corner of Russel-street.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I know nothing about what I am accused of.</p>
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<p>The woman in the red cloak was not the prisoner? - No. When I first saw the prisoner in the shop I saw something white hanging under her cloak.</p>
<p>Had the prisoner been in your shop? - She was standing in the door-way in the shop waiting, to all appearance, for the woman who came to ask for the muslin. She had been in the shop, but had not asked for any thing.</p>
<p>Was she within reach of the counter? - Yes, she was within reach of the counter. She had a on a black cloak. I saw this piece of muslin under her cloak. I advanced to her and put my hand under that part of the cloak where I saw the muslin. Then I turned her round, and said to my shopman who was with the other woman, be witness that this woman has concealed a piece of muslin under her cloak. He said he saw it. I immediately sent for a constable. She said it was very hard when a person came into the shop that I should put a piece of muslin under her cloak and charge her with a theft; that was all she said.</p>
<p>You do not know how long she had been in the shop? - I did not see her come in.</p>
<p>You do not know whether she bought any muslin? - I am sure she did not.</p>
<p>This is an open shop, where you exposed your goods to sale? - It is.</p>
<p>This is the piece of muslin you found upon her? - It is; it has my mark upon it. There was about six yards and a half of it.</p>
<p>Do you know where it lay? - We had been very busy and there was a parcel of muslins lay upon the counter by the side of the prisoner. This piece lay there.</p>
<p>Is it a whole piece or a remnant? - It is neither, it is a cut piece.</p>
<p>Did you know that it had been cut before? - Yes; I cut it myself; it is marked in characters, one mark by my man and the other by me: this is my mark.</p>
<p>What is the meaning of that mark? - The price that it cost.</p>
<p>How long ago did you mark that? - I marked it in the month of February.</p>
<p>She submitted to be searched, and did not attempt to run away? - No.</p>
<p>Had you seen this piece that day? - Yes, that very day.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>The gentleman asked me what I wanted; I said a piece of dark cotton. He took me round the waist and pushed me to the counter. He took that piece of muslin and said I had taken it. He said he had been robbed the day before, and if it lay in his power to hang me he would, for he would do it to deter others. And then sent for a constable.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I said I would take every step that the law would afford me; that it was a very serious matter to her, and I would prosecute her.</p>
<p>Court. What is the value of this piece as it is now? - It cost me nine shillings and sixpence per yard. There are six yards and an half of it.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I desired to be searched; he would not search me. I lived servant last. I was at home with my friends. I live in the country. I did not think it necessary to have any witnesses to my character, as I was innocent.</p>
<p>Jury to the Prosecutor. Are you sure that muslin was not sold after you saw it, before you found it upon the prisoner? - I am very certain, because I brought it myself to shew a customer.</p>
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<p>I went to Mr. Hopkins', the Blue Anchor in East Smithfield, to have a pint of beer, the prisoner was there singing; I gave her a draught of beer.</p>
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<p>Did you go with her? - Yes; it was between six and seven o'clock; I went to order a pint of beer. I did not come back till my wife came to me and said she missed the watch. I told her it was on the mantle-piece.</p>
<p>Was the prisoner there when you went back? - No.</p>
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<p>I am wife to the last witness. On Monday the 1st of May my husband brought the prisoner home to sing him a song, and said he would give her a draught of beer; my husband went to the publick-house to order some beer.</p>
<p>How came your husband to bring this woman home to sing him a song, did he frequently entertain you in this way? - No, never before; there was nobody in the house but she and me; the watch was on the mantle-piece. I missed the watch. I said to her, my husband's watch was here just now! She said, that he had taken it down and put it in his pocket. I said I was sure he did not.</p>
<p>Did you see it there when he went out; - Yes, some time after he was gone.</p>
<p>How long was he gone? - Three quarters of an hour.</p>
<p>How soon after he was gone did you miss the watch? - It might be a quarter of an hour, I cannot say to a minute; she sat on one side of the fire and I on the other; I might get up for something.</p>
<p>Was the prisoner ever out of your sight, did you leave her by herself? - No. The watch was on the mantle-piece, on the right hand side where she sat; I sat on the left hand side.</p>
<p>How high was the mantle-piece? - Not very high, one might sit on a chair and reach it.</p>
<p>Was the mantle piece no higher than a persons head who sat on a chair? - Very little if they sat on a high chair; she sat on a low chair; it was above her head; the chain was hanging down off the mantle piece.</p>
<p>You missed it, and told the prisoner you missed it? - Yes. She said, she saw it there; that the chain was hanging down; that she saw him take it out with him.</p>
<p>How came you not to put the chain up when you saw it hanging down, was not you afraid it would fall? - No; it lay so for days and days; I went to Mr. Hopkins's to my husband, and took the prisoner with me.</p>
<p>How long was it after you missed the watch before you went to look for your husband? - Near half an hour. I waited in expectation of his coming back; I asked him if he knew any thing of his watch. He said, it was at home on the mantle piece. I said it was not at home.</p>
<p>Was the prisoner present then? - Yes.</p>
<p>Did he generally leave it there when he went out? - He never carried the watch out at any time, it was always left on the mantle-piece.</p>
<p>What did the prisoner say? - I did not see the prisoner much more that night.</p>
<p>Did you let her go? - Yes.</p>
<p>Without searching her? - I did not know what to do. She came to me the next morning and asked me how I did, and whether I had found the watch? I said no. She said she was sure my husband had taken it, and she supposed one of the press gang had whipped it out of his pocket; there was a press gang. I went to the pawnbroker's and desired if such a watch was brought, describing it, they would stop it; they told me such a watch had been offered there half an hour before by a woman in a striped gown, but they had not taken it in.</p>
<p>Did you ever find the watch? - Yes; upon the prisoner, on Tuesday the 2d of May. We sent for an officer and had her taken before Justice Clarke; and the officer found it under her petticoats.</p>
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<p>I am a constable. I took up the prisoner on the 2d of May. I took her before Justice
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<p>(The watch was produced in court and deposed to by the prosecutor's wife.)</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>When I went into the publick-house Brown was sitting by the fire place with a pint of beer; he asked me to drink; his wife came and asked him to go home; and he desired me to go home with him and sing him a song. She said, young woman come home with him, that I may get him home. I went home with him and his wife, and he went and fetched a quartern of liquor and gave me and his wife some of it; he then put his watch in his pocket and went out for some beer, and did not come in again; when the ale-house man came for the pots she quarelled with him and broke the glass and cut her hand; he gave me the watch and said, he would make the bitch believe he had lost it. I went in the morning and asked her how her hand did? She said, it was better, but that the rogue had lost his watch, and the villain would not let her advertise it. I said never mind, it was not lost, she would hear of it very soon. I had the watch in my pocket. I did not mean to keep it.</p>
<p>To the constable. Was the watch in her pocket? - No; when I took her, she denied having the watch, and refused to let me search her.</p>
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<p>Tried by the Second Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p>
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<p>What are you? - A surgeon in his majesty's service; the young lady who was in my company gave a sort of a scream. I apprehend he might imagine I was going to make an attempt to seise him, upon which he clapped his hand up my shoulder and said, Sir, your life or your money this moment! One had hold of my collar. I saw them pull the young lady about. I said do not use she young lady ill; I will give you what I have, I knew I had both gold and silver in my pocket; I thought I had given it him all, but the next day I discovered that I had given him only a shilling.</p>
<p>You have said nothing to the prisoner, was he one of those people? - I cannot say whether he was or not; he was stopped about fourteen or fifteen yards from me by a person in court. I was asked whether he was one of them? I believe, I might then say he was. I might then say more than a man would wish to speak, if he was cool; but as for his being one I cannot say I know it. I desired the young lady to give them what she had. She said, she had done so; then the men ran off; there was a single horse chaise came by; the man whom I gave my money to ran off, and at that very instant I heard some other people come up the same road I was going. I called out</p>
<p>"take care of yourselves, here are some footpads;" upon which one of the witnesses stopped the prisoner and said, Sir, is this one of them? I told him he might be one.</p>
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<p>I was coming home from Paddington last Sunday was month, which was the 9th of
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<p>Are you sure the prisoner was one of them? - Yes; I saw him come from the prosecutor.</p>
<p>Did he attempt to run away? - No, not the least in the world, he walked softly; as he had passed me four or five yards, the gentleman came up and said, Stop gentlemen, they are all footpads, and they have robbed me. I went immediately after the prisoner, and stopped him. I said to the gentlewoman is this of one them? She said, the man who held me has an handkerchief tied round his neck.</p>
<p>Court. Is the young lady here? -</p>
<p>Creamer. She says she was so much frightened that it is not in her power to swear to the men; she is not here.</p>
<p>Avis. Mr. Creamer said he believed him to be the man; the prisoner had a blue handkerchief with white spots tied in a bow under his chin when I laid hold of him; he made some resistance; when he made resistance Mr. Williams came up and took the stick out of his hand (producing a very large stick) which he was going to make resistance with.</p>
<p>What was it o'clock? - About eight.</p>
<p>What sort of a night was it? - Moonlight, but at times rather cloudy. I took him by the gentleman's desire to the first publick-house; there Mr. Grubb was sent for. I saw him come from the gentleman, and he never quitted my sight till I laid hold of him.</p>
<p>Did you find any thing upon him? - Nothing but a cord with a slip noose to it, and a knife.</p>
<p>What distance was you from Mr. Creamer when you saw four people about him? - Very near, I suppose not more than nine or ten yards.</p>
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<p>I was in company with the last witness. I heard a gentlewoman scream out; then the last witness and I ran up to them; the prisoner passed us just as the woman screamed out.</p>
<p>Did you see any persons near the prosecutor before one of them came towards you? - I saw either three or four; three ran from us and the prisoner came towards us. Avis took hold of him, and I came up and took the stick from him.</p>
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<p>I am a constable. I had an information that there were some footpads out; I was fetched from my house; just as I came to Tottenham Court they said they had one in at a publick-house who had robbed a gentleman. I went there and took the prisoner into custody; the people there said he had thrown something away in the field where he was apprehended. I get a link and looked among the grass but could see nothing. The next morning we went there, and there were some people who had found a cane, but we did not find it ourselves.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I had gone a good way from the gentleman before they took hold of me.</p>
<p>To the prosecutor. Did the other three run away? - Yes, three ran one way and one the other. This witness says he saw two or three run away from me. When I was at the office where the men were examined, I was attacked for want of candour and honesty; a man in the office had even the insolence to tell me, because I was doubtful within my own breast, he finding the man was not likely to be convicted, told me I was as bad as a thief myself, because I would not convict him. I said I should be glad to know whether in an office like that people were to be insulted in that manner? He said, if the cap fitted me I might wear it. I said a very little altering of it would make it sit himself. My Lord, what I do here is by mere compulsion; the morning following
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<p>Court. Who at the office found fault with you for not being more positive, it was a very scandalous conduct? - He was a stout man, I do not know his name.</p>
<p>For the prisoner.</p>
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<p>I have known the prisoner ever since he was a child; his general character, as far as I know, is, he has been an industrious boy, he is a coach harness maker.</p>
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<p>I deal in coals and keep a chandler's shop. I have known the prisoner five years, he is an industrious boy, he lodged in my house to the death of his father, which was a twelvemonth ago, he always had a good character.</p>
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<p>Was any body else in the shop with them? - No. I was at dinner in the parlour; there was no one in the shop. I went into the shop to them. I turned round to reach a card for her (as I had suffered much I was very suspicious of them) I turned back and saw the tall one standing rather open to hide the other. I gave her the card; and just as I had given her the card I saw a piece of muslin under the other's apron. I observed a man standing at the door looking very significant at them, as they always go in a gang; and the short one, who had got the muslin, went to the door. As I know the practice is to give it to a person without, and then to hand it off, I laid hold of her arm and pulled her back. She had by that time got her gown covered over it; it was all huddled together, and she immediately dropped the muslin. I had hold of her arm; it had my shop mark on it; it had just come in, and had never had the wrapper put upon it.</p>
<p>What quantity is it? - A whole piece, it had never been cut.</p>
<p>What was the value of it? - It cost me four pounds ten shillings that very same day.</p>
<p>DAVIS's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I asked him to let me look at a piece of chintz pattern, which I wanted for an acquaintance. I said they were not fine enough. He said there was a piece at the other end of the shop he thought finer; he shewed it me. I asked him the price; he told me. I said it was a great price; if you will oblige me with a card I will give it the gentlewoman, she may come herself; he went in with this young woman and pushed the shop door to. He said, he had been robbed two or three days before, and he would make her pay for them all. I knew this young woman four or five years ago. I met her accidentally at the end of the Fleet Market, and went with her. I never knew her guilty of any thing of the sort, in my life. I was obliged to stand before her, because I was looking at a piece of chintz.</p>
<p>MORGAN's DEFENCE.</p>
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<p>I keep a cook's-shop the corner of Castle-street in the Borough; she was my servant, she nursed me in my last lying-in, which was eighteen months ago, she has a good character.</p>
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<p>I am a black millener. I did live at London Wall. I have known Morgan ten years, she has always borne an exceeding good character; she nursed my daughter five or six weeks ago.</p>
<p>JANE HAZARD sworn.</p>
<p>Morgan nursed me in my lying-in, and has been with me many times; she has a very honest character, so far as I know. I have known her fourteen or fifteen years.</p>
<p>Davis. My friends are all in the country. I could not send for them, because my sister was vey ill.</p>
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<p>I live in
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17800510-12-off69 t17800510-12-crimeloc71"/>, and sell pickled salmon; we keep it in a tub covered with a glass frame. On the 15th of April, the prisoner looked in at my window and then he went away again. I was sitting at supper, it was past eleven at night; there is no glass to that part of the shop, it is open. he returned again in two or three minutes, and put his hand under the kit and lifted it up. I observed he looked hard on the other side of the way, and then left the tub and went away again. I staid to watch him; he came again in three or four minutes and took the tub of salmon off. I ran after him directly; he turned up an alley. I ran after him and catched him with the tub of salmon in his hand, and the glass was upon it. When I caught him he said, what can you do with a drunken man? I gave the watchman charge of him; he did not appear to be drunk.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I am a Thames-street carman. I set out last Saturday was three weeks for Limehouse. I have been discharged from a man of war last Saturday was six weeks. I went on board the Godfrey Indiaman; I got acquainted with two men who were discharged the same time I was. I have been three years at sea cruising about with the fleet. I was in the fleet last summer when the French fleet drove us in.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I begged him off to go on board the tender; Justice Sherwood sent him there; then he pulled out his protection.</p>
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice WILLES.</p>
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<p>230, 231.
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<p>What is your business? - I do something in the Mercery branch. On Thursday the 20th of April, as I was passing by Clerkenwell New Prison, I observed two women, I accosted one of them by the name of Betty and said Betty, how do you do? How does your brother Joseph do? I thought I knew her; the fact proved otherwise. She immediately answered she was very well, her brother Joseph was pressed over night, and was in the New Prison, Clerkenwell, but that he would be discharged the following day. And she asked me to go in and see him. I told her
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<p>I should think if she had not been your acquaintance you must have found it out before you went in? - I did not find it out till the pretended brother appeared; then I discovered my mistake, and said is this your brother.</p>
<p>Is the woman you took her to be, a woman of virtue! - She is. When we had seated ourselves the pretended brother did not appear directly. One of them wanted to drink; I offered to treat them, and ordered the liquor.</p>
<p>Both the women went in? - Yes; when that was drunk we called for some more.</p>
<p>What was it you had? - Spirituous liquors. The first was half a pint of rum. When the first liquor was brought in,
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<p>Did all the company go? - Yes. When they had shewed me a part of the prison; they desired to have some more drink, and we went into a shed; I went in first, the two women next, and then Patrick Madan, and
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<p>Were they at your pocket? - Yes.</p>
<p>Did you loose any thing? - Yes, two guineas and a half.
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<p>Who keeps the prison? - A Mr.
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<p>He has a house there? - I understand he has. After they had given a few blows between them, they left me gagged, and a coat over my face. One of them said (I cannot tell which) if you speak a word or stir for ten minutes, I will come back and kill you instantly! When I found I was at liberty, I threw the things off. I was half mad when they left me; I began swearing at them, and felt for my knife, and said I would stab the first of them that I met with, knowing them. I saw them running from me. I thought of complainging at the prison, but they thought I was in liquor and would not hear me.</p>
<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>You told us you dealt in the linen and mercery way, do you go out with a pack? - No.</p>
<p>Are you shopman to any body? - No.</p>
<p>You have no shop nor warehouse? - No. I can shew you my bills of parcels, I serve customers.</p>
<p>You took these women to be modest women? - Yes.</p>
<p>You thought you knew the brother of one of them? - Yes.</p>
<p>If you had known him you need not have asked, is this your brother, when he was introduced? - Did not you go upon the bed with one of the women, and give her some money out of your pocket, and say that was
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<p>Was you on the floor with either of them? - No; they wanted me to be on the bed with them. I said that would not do; I knew what they were upon.</p>
<p>You suspected their modesty then? - Yes.</p>
<p>The women were present when you were robbed? - Yes, and laughed very heartily.</p>
<p>Was any body else in the place? - No.</p>
<p>You went the next day to a magistrate? - Yes, Justice Blackborough.</p>
<p>Did you tell the same story there which you have told now? - I told him I had been robbed, that I could swear Madan knocked me down, that my eyes were closed too soon to be certain whether the other was the man who aided and assisted, but I am certain he must be the man, for there was no other man could possibly be with me so soon.</p>
<p>Have not you said that forty pounds would be of service to you at this time? - No, I had not the least expectation of any reward.</p>
<p>Did not you when you went to the prison and the prisoners were turned out before you say that you never saw Hawes before? - No.</p>
<p>Upon your oath? - Yes.</p>
<p>Before you went to the justice, when you went to the jail to get the names of the men, whether, when all the men were turned out before you, you then did not deny ever seeing Hawes before? - No, I did not.</p>
<p>Did you pitch upon Madan before you heard his name mentioned? - Yes, I asked him what was his name? he said damn you, what do you want with my name? it is Plumb.</p>
<p>Have you seen the women since! - Yes.</p>
<p>Then you knew where to find them? - No, I went to the place they directed me to, but could not find them.</p>
<p>Court. How long have you lived in Clerkenwell? - Three months.</p>
<p>What time in the evening was this? - About five o'clock.</p>
<p>For the Prisoner.</p>
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<p>On the 20th of April at about six in the evening, my son saw the prosecutor at Justice Blackborough's door, and brought him to Redgrave and me; he was so intoxicated in liquor we could hardly understand what he said, he told us he had been robbed; I asked him by whom; he said he could not tell. He said suppose you was in a prison, and people put something over your eyes and threw you down and robbed you, how could you tell who did it? He prevailed on me to go with him to the jail. I went and told the turnkey the matter, and then asked the prosecutor if he knew who had robbed him; he said he did not. He said there were two women he should know because they had light cloaks. I laid hold of the two women. He said he had nothing to say against them; he did not know who robbed him. He came to me the next morning, and said, he thought Madan was the likeliest man to rob him. I went with him to the prison, and the prisoners were brought out before him; he said he believed there was not any one person there whom he had seen before. A person called out
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<p>Did he say he was on the bed with one of the women? - Yes; he said he went into a room where there were four beds, and he and a woman were on the bed; the first day he said that he had been robbed of two guineas and an half, and eight shillings and sixpence; afterwards he said he was not robbed of the eight and sixpence, that he gave that to the woman.</p>
<p>Did he appear to have received any blow? - No.</p>
<p>- REDGRAVE sworn.</p>
<p>I am a constable. Dinmore and I were at the Sun in Great Sutton-street, Clerkenwell, Pearce came with Dinmore's son to us; he
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<p>(The prisoners were not put on their Defence.)</p>
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<p>I am a constable in Cripplegate parish. Mrs. Shaw came to me and said she had received two large pictures of the prisoners at the bar.</p>
<p>What is Mrs. Shaw? - She deals in second-hand clothes. She said she had heard these two pictures were stolen out of a house which had been broke open; she brought the pictures to my house and said, the frames were in Grubb-street. She said she had lent four shillings and sixpence upon them, and was afraid of getting into trouble. I said, I would make enquiries about it.</p>
<p>To the prosecutor. What is the value of these pictures? - I have valued them at four shillings.</p>
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<p>I deal in old clothes.</p>
<p>Do you know the prisoners? - Yes; they brought these pictures in frames to me
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="178005100023"/>on a Saturday at about nine o'clock; it was about three weeks after Christmas; they asked me if they would suit me? I told them they would not. They asked me to lend them half a crown upon them till Monday? I did lend them half a crown. On Sunday Million came alone and asked me to let him have two shillings more, which I did; after that they took them to Mr. Orme's house, in Coopers-alley. He, after they had been there five weeks, would not let them stay there. The frames were taken to Mr. Rosaman's, in Grubb-street. I acquainted Mr. Phillips, one of Sir
<persName id="t17800510-14-person208"> John Fielding
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<p>Are you sure the prisoners are the men? - Yes.</p>
<p>Have you ever had any other dealings with them? - No. I knew them; they were some days in Wood-street-Counter when I was there; there I knew them. I was discharged three weeks before Christmas; they were there, I believe, as pressed men.</p>
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<p>I was going along Ormond-street with Million some time ago, since Christmas, it was in an afternoon. At the corner of Great Ormond-yard he said, that out of that house he and Trubshaw had got a couple of large pictures, and said they were in the possession of this Mrs. Shaw; he asked me if I knew where to dispose of them for him? I told him I would see what I could do for him, because I lived with a picture frame maker in the Strand; when I was taken up I shewed Jealous the house they were taken out of.</p>
<p>TRUBSHAW's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>Million and I were in an alehouse together; this woman came and asked one of us to carry a load for her; we both agreed to go with her. We went to Whitecross-street, there I saw these pictures. Million asked her to lend him half a crown, which she did.</p>
<p>Court. Did they bring the pictures to you before they had been in your possession? - Yes, they brought them to me.</p>
<p>MILLION's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>This woman asked me to carry them.</p>
<p>To the prosecutor. Is your house the corner of Great Ormond-yard? - It is.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Before the justice Mrs. Shaw said she received these pictures about a month ago.</p>
<p>Mrs. Shaw. I did not say so.</p>
<p>To Clarke. When did she say she had them before the justice? - She said there she had acquainted me and Phillips with it above a month ago.</p>
<p>Shaw. Mr. Phillips knew it between two and three months ago.</p>
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<p>What did the prisoner do after he gave the cannister to the other man? - He walked close behind him; I was presently surrounded with people who came to my assistance; the prisoner delared he was not concerned in it. We took him to Mr. Sealy's shop and charged a constable with him.</p>
<p>How far had these men gone from the shop before you cried stop thief, and stopped the prisoner? - About a dozen or twenty yards.</p>
<p>How far was the other man from the prisoner when he took the cannister out of the
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<p>Had you observed these two men lurking about the door before? - Yes, two or three minutes; I never lost sight of the prisoner, after I saw him take the cannister, till I secured him.</p>
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<p>I am servant to Messrs. Sealy and Hudson. On Saturday evening, the 22d of April, about nine o'clock, I was in the shop with another servant; a man came in and acquainted us that a man had stolen the cannister of tea; it was on the ground close to the door; it has stood in a corner within reach of the door for many years. I went down the street and saw the cannister standing on the ground; the top was lost. I brought it and the prisoner back to the shop.</p>
<p>(The cannister was produced in court and deposed to by Wilson.)</p>
<p>
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<p>I am a constable. I was sent for on the 22d of April to take charge of the prisoner.</p>
<p>Did you hear him say any thing? - No, not a word.</p>
<p>To Maybank. Do you know the cannister? - Yes.</p>
<p>Did you see Wilson take it up? - No, I do not know who took it up; I saw it afterwards in the shop; it is the same I saw the prisoner take out of the shop.</p>
<p>To Wilson. Has Mr. Sealy any partner? - Yes, Mr. Bolton Hudson.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I happened to be coming that way; I saw the man with a cannister on his shoulder; this man went to stop him; I came up to him, and asked him what was the matter; he was going before me, he turned about and said you are one of them, and laid hold of me. I know nothing of the matter.</p>
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<p>I am a constable. On the 2d of May Mr. Champion sent for me to take charge of the prisoner; he was gone to the India-house. I waited in the counting-house till he came back; then Mr. Champion charged him with the fact; he at first denied it, but when Mr. Champion mentioned the sugar and currants; he confessed taking them, and went down on his knees and begged for mercy. He said he hoped he would forgive him; that he never would be guilty of the like again. There was not any thing said to him to induce him to confess.</p>
<p>(The goods were produced in court and deposed to by the prosecutor.)</p>
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<p>What did you turn away Billing for? - We could not agree for wages; he behaved very well.</p>
<p>You got an officer and charged the prisoner with taking this sugar and currants? - Yes; he said the devil was in him, and begged I would forgive him and he would do so no more.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
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<p>Tried by the London Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p>
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<p>I am a constable. The prisoners were apprehended on another charge in the country, and brought to the office, in Litchfield-street. We searched them and found some watches in their pockets, and the key of their room in Mary-la-bonne, and there we found these things (producing them) and the bills of parcels. I put the bills of parcel in my pocket, which has since been picked of them.</p>
<p>Which had the key? -
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<p>I went with Grubb to search the prisoner's lodging. The key was taken from William; he said it was his lodging. I found in the lodging 3 lb. of tobacco and 3 lb. of Scotch snuff (producing them).</p>
<p>
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<p>I know this bill of parcels to be my hand writing; it is for 3 lb. of tobacco, and 3 lb. of snuff, which I sent to the Bell in Warwick-lane, to go by the Thame waggon.</p>
<p>(The prisoners in their defence denied the charge, and called six witnesses, who gave them a good character.)</p>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t17800510-18-off98 t17800510-18-crimeloc101"/>. The prisoners came into my shop and asked to look at some coloured silk stockings; whilst I was shewing her them a lady came for some cotton stockings; I left the prisoner and went to attend the lady. While I was serving the lady, I perceived the prisoner's hand in a position that led me to suspect she had concealed some stockings. As soon as the lady was gone out, I went to the prisoner; she fixed on a pair, and asked me the price of them; I put them in a piece of paper for her. I asked her how she could come to the shop under a pretence of only buying a pair; she told me not to suspect her. I took her cloak aside, and there was these stockings (producing them) under her arm.</p>
<p>What was the value of these five stockings? - Twenty-five shillings I value them at.</p>
<p>Did you find the fellow to that odd stocking left behind? - I did.</p>
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<p>I am house-keeper to the prosecutor. I was called up stairs and saw the the prisoner in the parlour; when I came up I searched her; I took these stockings (producing them) out of her right-hand pocket.</p>
<p>What did she say to this? - She begged for mercy.</p>
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<p>I have no friends in town I did not know that my trial would come on to-day.</p>
<p>(The prisoner called one witness who gave her a good character.)</p>
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice WILLES.</p>
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<p>(The witnesses were examined apart at the request of the prisoners.)</p>
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<p>I am next door neighbour to the prosecutor, Mr. Ryder; we live in
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<p>What occasion had they to break off those locks if they did not take them away? - They were laid upon the parlour floor ready to be taken off at another opportunity.</p>
<p>Do you know any thing of the fact of the prisoners being concerned in it? - No. This was Tuesday the 18th. On Wednesday morning a smith came; we got in; I went to Mr. Ryder's chambers, at Lincoln's Inn, and told him what had happened; I went to Sir
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<p>I am a servant to Mr. Ryder. I was sent for from Hendon to come to identify some of the things that were found. I know nothing of the prisoners. When I came from Hendon I went to the
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<interp inst="t17800510-19-person256" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's, to see whether the wine and some other things deposited there were my master's property. There was some sherry, which was a very particular sort which had a remarkable taste, it was remarkably old and exceeding good sherry.</p>
<p>How came you to know the taste of your master's wine? - I fancy there are few servants that do not know the taste of their master's wine.</p>
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<p>Was there any thing else which you knew there that was your master's property? - Yes; there was a tea-kettle and lamp, I verily believe to have been my master's, and two hat-pins, which are the same pattern as those which are left in my master's house; the tea-kettle and lamp produced I can safely swear is my master's property; it is very old fashioned; it was left to Mrs. Ryder by her grandmother.</p>
<p>In what capacity was you, does Mr. Ryder keep more servants than you? - I was footman and butler.</p>
<p>Then it was your province to attend the tea service? - Yes.</p>
<p>Was that made use of at the tea table service? - I never saw it made use of; but, when I was at the removing of the things out of the house, I remember seeing it upon the back table; I thought it an old fashioned thing of little worth; I hardly thought it worth removing.</p>
<p>Is there any thing in the make of the bottles to distinguish them? - No.</p>
<p>Or any seal upon the corks to distinguish them? - No.</p>
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<p>I am one of Sir
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<interp inst="t17800510-19-person258" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> 's men. On the 20th of April I went to Cross-lane in Parker-street, St. Giles's, to apprehend the prisoners; there having been an information made against them; there was a person, whose name was Clarke, who shewed us where they lodged, they had separate lodgings. In Trubshaw's room I saw three dozen of wine standing by the bed side; in another room there was more. We took the wine away that was in Trubshaw's room, and in the next room, in which Hawkins lodged, we found some more wine, which we likewise took away.</p>
<p>Was it white or red wine? - There was red wine and white wine of different colours; we took the wine to the Brown-Bear, in Bow-street; the servant saw it there. In searching Trubshaw's clothes we found a tinder-box with tinder in it, matches, flint, steel, and two pieces of candle in his pockets, and between the sacking and the bed I found this dark latern (producing it) and I found these keys (producing about twenty or thirty) and this strong screw turner (producing it) this kettle and lamp came out of the house but who brought it out I cannot say that I recollect.</p>
<p>Were there any brass screws? - In Trubshaw's room I found these two brass pins (producing them). (It appeared that the screws were the same with those which were left in the room.)</p>
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<p>I am one of Sir John Fielding's men. Through an information we had, we went to two different houses; in Steward's room, in Parker's-lane, I found these pick-lock keys under his bolster; then I went to Million's lodgings, there I found a quantity of wine in different rooms; Million and Steward lodged in the house.</p>
<p>What quantity of wine? - I cannot positively say.</p>
<p>Million. I did not lodge in the same house.</p>
<p>Day. I was mistaken, I meant the evidence Hawkins. I was not at the apprehending of Million; it was at Steward's lodging I found these pick-lock keys under his bolster.</p>
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<p>I searched Steward and Million's lodgings. I found this bunch, containing fifty pick-lock keys of different sizes, in Million's apartments; I found four brass nails in Steward's apartments, four bottles of wine, and, I think, some empty wine bottles; and three bottles of wine, with a half dozen of empty ones. I saw Phillips find a cutlass under Million's bed, but Phillips is not here.</p>
<p>What kind of wine was it? - I do not know, I did not taste a drop of what was in his room.</p>
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<p>The three prisoners were up in Trubshaw's room on Monday night upon the 17th of April, I was in company with them
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<p>Where did you lodge at this time? - In the same house Trubshaw did, the corner of Cross-lane; Steward had, in play, cut the hand of a young woman who lived with me; she was going to the hospital. I knew I must be up early in the morning to go with her, therefore I declined going with them; they went by themselves; they were up about four o'clock in the morning; they knocked against my room door; I answered them; they said I should be sorry I had not been with them; they said they had got about four guineas. I asked them in what? They said they had got some looking-glasses, and other thing which would fetch them about four guineas.</p>
<p>Who said that? - Trubshaw.</p>
<p>Are you sure the other men where in his company? - Yes. I said, I did not care; the glasses and pewter plates where fetched away before I got up. They then asked me if I would go with them at night to fetch the other things, some coppers, and brass stoves? I accordingly did go with them, on Tuesday night; we fetched two Bath-stoves, a glass lantern, and a copper away; we took them down to Mrs. Mailing's house in Turnmill-street. On Wednesday morning Steward, I, and Million, went again to get some brass locks which were upon the doors. Trubshaw did not go with us then. He said, his head aked so, so he would not get up; we took three or four brass locks off the doors, and a copper, senders, pokers, shovels and tongs, and laid them in the fore parlour, ready to take away; we went down stairs; we saw a door locked; we took the door off the hinges and in that cellar there was a quantity of wine.</p>
<p>What quantity did you take away of the wine? - A great quantity; we went backwards and forwards different times; we then left the brass locks, sender and shovel, in the parlour. We carried off as much wine on Wednesday morning as we could, till it was almost day light. On Wednesday morning Trubshaw and Million got up and went to fetch away the remainder of the wine; the wine that was fetched then was what was found in his room.</p>
<p>How do you know they went to fetch more wine, unless you was with them? - Because he called me and I would not get up; and when Sir
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<p>TRUBSHAW's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I lay at home abed above a fortnight; he came into my room and asked me, as I was lying abed with a bad leg, if I would drink some wine? and the woman I inhabit with was with me. I drank some of his wine, and was taken with a fit; and in the fit he brought wine into the room, and threw all over my face, and swore he would strangle me if I could not drink; when I came out of the fit again he asked me to let him leave the wine bottles in my room till night. He said it came out of the country from his relations. I said he might; and these gentlemen came and took the wine out of my room; and the two brass hooks, found in my room, he gave the woman I inhabit with for a chimney line.</p>
<p>From Steward. To whom did those picklock keys belong which were taken out of my room? - There is a dozen of picklock keys I bought them of Trubshaw and gave him fifteen shillings for; they were not Steward's, but they were found in Steward's room.</p>
<p>Trubshaw. He made these pick-lock keys with files; he came into my room several times; he said he was a watch-maker by trade; when I went into his room and saw him at work upon them I asked him what he was doing? He said, he was at work in his trade.</p>
<p>MILLION's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>The evidence gave me these keys.</p>
<p>(Million called three witnesses who gave him a good character.)</p>
<p>ALL THREE
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<p>Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr.
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<p>*** See No. 232, 233.</p>
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<p>On the 12th of April I went to work at the water side in the morning, and I left my wife and child in the room. My wife came to me about twelve o'clock, and told me my room was broke open. I went home and found the door broke open, and I missed the things mentioned in the indictment.</p>
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<p>I am wife to the last witness. On the 12th of April I lost a cloth cardinal and a gown. I went to the dispensary in Houndsditch, about ten o'clock; I left no one at home; I locked the door. I live in the lower part of the house, there are no other lodgers in the house but ourselves; the landlady lives in the one pair of stairs; some people work in her shop; she keeps a weaver's shop. I came back between eleven and twelve and found my door broke open; the lock was broke in two. I missed my gown and cloak out of the chest; my husband's clothes and the child's were in the chest, but I missed nothing else. I went and fetched my husband. I had no suspicion of any body. Eight or nine days after the landlady of the prisoner came to me and asked me if I had no suspicion of her; that she had money, and wanted to leave the lodging; she had lived servant at a publick-house just by, but was out of place.</p>
<p>Where did she lodge? - Two doors from me. I spoke to her on the Sunday. She said, she would come to me, but did not. About a fortnight after she left her lodging. I went to Bishopsgate work-house; I saw her in the work-house yard. She said, she supposed I only wanted my things; she confessed she had taken them and pawned them for eighteen shillings, at Mr. Davison's in Bishopsgate-street. I went there and saw the gown hang up in the shop. I was surprised at that, as it was pawned; he then told me he had bought it out right; and he told me he had the cloak.</p>
<p>What did you say to her to induce her to confess? - She said, she hoped I would not hurt her if I got my things. I said, I should be glad to get my things, and would be as tender as I could.</p>
<p>(The things were produced in court and deposed to by the prosecutor.)</p>
<p>EDWARD CLARKE sworn.</p>
<p>I am shopman to Mr. Davison, a pawnbroker, I know nothing of the prisoner; the things were brought to our shop by a Mrs. Busy, who is here as a witness; they were first pawned and afterwards sold out; she told me a long story that they belonged to a young woman, whose husband was pressed.</p>
<p>ELIZABETH BUSY sworn.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t17800510-20-person270" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> came to me and brought this gown and cloak in her lap. I cannot recollect the day of the month, nor the day of the week; she desired me to pawn them for her; that the young man was on board the tender. I have known her, on and off, some years; I never heard any harm of her; it was about the middle of April, to the best of my remembrance; I thought she came honestly by them; she said, the man was pressed where she was; and that his wife was in great distress, and asked me to pawn them for her. I asked her what the woman's demand was? She said sixteen shillings. I brought her sixteen shillings and a duplicate. She came to me again and said, the poor woman was in distress and must sell them out right; she had the duplicate and went with me and got two shillings more for them, and sold them out right.</p>
<p>To Clarke. Did a woman come with her the second time? - Yes; I believe, it was the prisoner, but I am not sure.</p>
<p>What might they be worth? - Not more than I gave for them to purchase; they might sell for twenty-two or twenty-three shillings.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>The prosecutrix came to me in the workhouse and said, if she got her things again she would not hurt a hair of my head, upon the word of a woman.</p>
<p>Clarke. They would have made it up before the justice; but there was a dispute
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<p>I am servant to Mr. Charlton. On going into my master's pantry, on the 14th of April, between six and seven o'clock in the evening, I found the prisoner behind the pantry door; he asked me for some person, whose name I do not remember; not knowing his person, and seeing that a pair of candlesticks and a table-cloth were removed from the place where I left them, I suspected he had no good design there. I prevented his going out of the pantry, and called one of my fellow servants; upon his coming up the prisoner took these snuffers and the stand from under his coat and put them on the dresser.</p>
<p>Did you see him? - I did; they were left on the dresser to carry up into the parlour after dinner.</p>
<p>(They were produced in court and deposed to by the witness.)</p>
<p>How did he get in? - The area door was left upon, and the other door was not locked; he had two doors to open.</p>
<p>What did he say for himself? - He behaved rather insolent to my master at first, and said he wanted somebody.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I am a hair-dresser by business; I came there to enquire after a servant, whom I taught to dress hair; he was to give me a guinea. I met him by accident; he said he lived at St. John Charlton's, Esq. in Berner's-street; he desired me not to knock at the door but go down the area and open the door and go in; the gentleman called his servants about me, and asked if I knew any of them? I told him they were neither of them the persons.</p>
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<p>Did you know the prisoner before? - No.</p>
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<p>These are all my property; some of them are not marked, and some are; those not marked are new. I know the pillow-cases by the make of them; I made them in a manner that, I believe, pillow-cases never were made in before. The petticoats are new; I know them by the work; they were all hanging to dry in the garret; the door was on the latch for the men to go through the passage.</p>
<p>What men? - The bricklayer's labourers; my husband is a bricklayer.</p>
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<p>I live opposite Mr. Parry's; I was at work at the window, I saw a woman go in without any thing, and come out with a great bundle; she went into the next house first, and then went in there; she staid in the house about half an hour. I sent to Mr. Parry's to know if they had given that woman a bundle of linen?</p>
<p>Are you sure the prisoner is the woman? - I believe she is, I cannot be positive; I described her gown and bonnet and cloak,
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<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>As I was going to see an acquaintance I found this bundle at the door; there was nobody in the street at this time. I took it up and put it into my apron; as I was walking along a little after I was taken with the things; I did not know they were stolen till I was taken.</p>
<p>(The prisoner called three witnesses who gave her a good character.)</p>
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<p>I had been of an errand in White-Cross-street. I saw the prisoner about twenty yards from Mr. Bailey's house with the pots in her hand and her apron thrown over them. I asked her whose pots they where? She told me they were not mine. I insisted upon taking the pots from her. She said she had taken them by way of playing a joke with the boy. I got assistance and we took her to Mr. Bailey's house.</p>
<p>(The pots were produced in court and deposed to by the prosecutor.)</p>
<p>Prosecutor. The boy generally leaves the pots at the corner of the court while he goes to collect the others.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I did not intend to take them away.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. Her husband is an honest hard working man; he has been with me several times. I beg your lordship will shew her as much mercy as you can.</p>
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<p>On the 7th of April, at about seven in the evening, while I was sitting in a back room adjoining to Mr. Mashador's shop, I heard a window break (he
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<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I was coming along a little after seven o'clock, two young fellows ran against me.
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<p>2d Count. For coining a piece of false, feigned, and counterfeit money, to the likeness of an halfpenny.</p>
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<p>About the 15th of June last we had an information that some coining business was carried on at
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<p>Was there the appearance of people having been at work? - Yes; there were a great many dies, a press, a cutting out engine, and an instrument for milling the halfpence.</p>
<p>How many halfpence did you find there? - About two or three pounds.</p>
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<p>I lived in the house with the prisoner; I was servant to him; the dwelling-house was No. 28, in Giltspur-street.</p>
<p>Had he any other house? - Yes, at No. 9, Huggins-lane. That house he used to make halfpence in; I saw that done the very morning that Harper was taken.</p>
<p>What did you see done? - Counterfeit halfpence made by Dunkley, Harper, and Harper's brother. That was on the 15th of June.</p>
<p>Where did they work? - In the cellar.</p>
<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>You do not know whose house it was? - The house belonged to Mr. Milward.</p>
<p>How many persons were at work at the halfpence that morning? - Sometimes three and sometimes four.</p>
<p>How came you to remember that day in particular, it being almost a year ago? - Because Harper was taken up that day, and was in trouble the 16th. I was taken into custody myself as being the housekeeper.</p>
<p>Did you give evidence against Harper? - No.</p>
<p>Did you give evidence against any body? - No.</p>
<p>Did you say you knew nothing about any coining? - Yes.</p>
<p>Was that upon oath? - No. I was cleared before my Lord Mayor.</p>
<p>Court. You say you saw Harper, his brother, and the prisoner at work, what were they doing? - Making halfpence.</p>
<p>How came you to be there? - I was hired as a servant to them at the house in Huggins-lane.</p>
<p>What part of the work did the prisoner do? - Sometimes he used to cut, sometimes print; he was cutting out that morning.</p>
<p>Counsel. What was
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<p>What do you mean by printing of them? - Stamping of them.</p>
<p>How many used to work the fly? - Sometimes one, sometimes two.</p>
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<p>Were you in this house, No. 9, in Huggins-lane, on the 15th of June? - Yes; there were me, my brother, and the prisoner Dunkley was employed in cutting out blanks for making halfpence; and I was working the fly. A woman was attending the press; I do not know her right name; they gave her a nick name. I worked as journeyman to Dunkley and my brother I I had been employed only eight days.</p>
<p>Do you remember the time the officers came and broke into the house? - I remember their being at the door; I got away while they were at the door; my brother got out another way. Dunkley was just gone out to fetch some copper.</p>
<p>Do you know the prisoner's hand-writing? - No.</p>
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<p>How was she employed? - To put the halfpence in the dies after they were cut out.</p>
<p>Who was that woman? - I do not know her name.</p>
<p>Should you know her if you saw her? - Yes.</p>
<p>Was it the woman who gave evidence? - No.</p>
<p>Do you know Berry? - Yes; she was the servant.</p>
<p>Where was she that morning? - In the house.</p>
<p>Was she in the cellar that morning? - I do not know that she was. She was in the cellar most mornings. She used to come and fetch us to breakfast and dinner.</p>
<p>Did she ever assist you? - No.</p>
<p>Should you know the other woman? - Yes, if I was to see her.</p>
<p>Did you begin that work that morning before he went out? - Yes, we were at work all the morning together.</p>
<p>How did you escape? - I got over a wall into the church-yard.</p>
<p>When did you first discover this affair? My brother was the first who told Jealous of this man.</p>
<p>Was you ever taken into custody? - No.</p>
<p>When did you first make any discovery about this matter? - About six weeks ago, I went voluntarily to Mr. Clarke.
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<p>Had you any quarrel with this man? - He had not behaved honestly to my brother; he had cheated him out of some money I believe.</p>
<p>What had
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<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>The strange woman put the blanks between the dies to be stamped all that morning? - I believe so.</p>
<p>Were the strange woman and
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<interp inst="t17800510-25-person300" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> both there while they were making these halfpence, she must have seen this strange woman? - She was in the house; I do not know that she was in the cellar.</p>
<p>But if she was in the cellar she must have seen this woman? - Yes.</p>
<p>CHARLES JEALOUS sworn.</p>
<p>I apprehended the prisoner in April last. I searched his lodging in Giltspur-street. I found two five shilling papers of bad half-pence in the drawer in the one-pair of-stairs (producing them). In the garret I found a quantity of blanks which are not struck.</p>
<p>Court. Are those halfpence you found good or counterfeit? - Counterfeit.</p>
<p>Cross Examination.</p>
<p>Do you know whose apartments they were in which the things were found? - The house was all his own. I asked him who they belonged to? He said they were his, he found them.</p>
<p>When was that? - Last April, in Giltspur-street.</p>
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<p>I am a monier of the Mint (inspects the money produced) they are all counterfeit.</p>
<p>PRISONER's DEFENCE.</p>
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<interp inst="t17800510-25-person303" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> had a lodging in my house in Giltspur-street; she went by the name of
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<interp inst="t17800510-25-person305" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . They had the parlour, second floor, and garret. When she was examined at the Mansion-house, she went by the name of Harris. After they left the lodging I found these half-pence concealed in the two-pair-of-stairs closet; they remained in the house till the officer searched and found them. I am a joiner and cabinet-maker.</p>
<p>To
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<interp inst="t17800510-25-person306" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Did you ever see Dunkley write? - Yes.</p>
<p>Are you acquainted with his hand-writing? - Not much (a book shewn her). I believe I remember that book, it was found in the house in Huggins-lane; I know the book very well, I have seen it many times before; I believe it is all his hand-writing.</p>
<p>(Two sheets of paper shown her.)</p>
<p>Are these his hand-writing too? - Yes, these books were taken out of the house in Huggins-lane.</p>
<p>To Harper. Can you tell me what they mean by leather in their account? - I
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<p>To Berry. Is Dunkley a shoemaker? - No, he went for a carpenter. I have known him two years; I never knew him carry on that business.</p>
<p>- MILWARD sworn.</p>
<p>Are you the landlord of the house No. 9, Huggins-lane? - Yes.</p>
<p>Do you know any thing of the prisoner? - I cannot swear that he is the man whom I let the house to.</p>
<p>In what name was it taken of you? - In the name of Dighton.</p>
<p>Do you think the prisoner is the man? - He is like him; I cannot swear he is the man.</p>
<p>For the Prisoner.</p>
<p>JOHN BROWN sworn.</p>
<p>I have known the prisoner nine or ten years; he has worked for me; he always behaved very well.</p>
<p>Has he been employed by you these two years? - Yes; he has worked for me in Drury-lane, Mary-la-bonne, and in Kent-street.</p>
<p>
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<p>Do you know
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<p>Did she live there when the prisoner was taken up? - No. She was gone seven months before that;
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<p>Have you seen him give her money? - Yes, upon my honour; and asked if she wanted more; upon the word of a woman.</p>
<p>Upon your oath? - Yes.</p>
<p>How long is it since she came to lodge there? - About fifteen months ago.</p>
<p>Do you remember the time Harper was taken up? - Yes.</p>
<p>Did she lodge in the prisoner's house then? - Yes, upon my oath she did. I have been there and seen her in bed. I know her very well; she always bore a good character.</p>
<p>(The prisoner called five other witnesses who gave him a good character.)</p>
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<p>I am servant to Mr. Lloyd. When I was gathering in my master's pots, I left six pints and one quart pot in a passage up an alley while I went up stairs; when I came down they were gone. I looked about and saw the prisoner with something in her apron; I called out to her, upon which she began to run. I followed and overtook her at the corner of Dean street. I asked her what she had in her lap; she said nothing of mine. I said she had. Then she loosed her apron and threw the pots down. Some people gathered round us, and she was secured.</p>
<p>(The pots were produced in court and deposed to by the prosecutor.)</p>
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<p>What she was sworn is false; I never had one of them.</p>
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<p>Are you sure it was your cow? - She was; she cost me nine pounds fifteen shillings at Leighton Buzzard fair; she was a short horned cow.</p>
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<p>I live close by the field. I keep a public-house; Mr. Waters puts up with me. Mr. Waters went out of town on Saturday, and left this cow, with three more in the field under my care. The three fat ones were to go to market on Monday morning; the other was to be taken care of till he came to town again. The salesman was to send for them. I saw the cow in the field on Sunday night at seven or eight o'clock; I missed her on the Monday. I enquired of every body whom I thought likely to give any information of her; but I did not hear of her till just as Mr. Waters came to town again, which was on the Wednesday following; then I found her in Mr. Martin's cow-house.</p>
<p>You are sure it was the cow? - Yes. She had been in that field ten days, I suppose; we claimed the cow as Mr. Waters's property.</p>
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<p>I am a milkman. I keep some cows to serve me with milk for my own customers. I have lived in Goswell-street eighteen years.</p>
<p>How many milkwomen do you employ? - Three or four buy milk of me besides what I send out myself.</p>
<p>Did you buy any cow in March last? - The prisoner came to our house on Monday morning and asked me if I had any cow to part with for he had one to dispose of; I swapped a good cow of mine; I did not buy nor sell; I gave him a guinea and an half to boot.</p>
<p>Did he bring a cow with him when he came to you - Yes, and he took my cow away.</p>
<p>At what time in the morning did he come to you? - About seven o'clock. I was just going out with my milk.</p>
<p>Did you ever see him before? - Yes, many a time.</p>
<p>What is he? - He goes about for one cow job and another, and drives to market, and such things as that, and he drives calves.</p>
<p>Was this the cow which was owned at your house by Mr. Waters and Mr. Hayes? - It was. He drove my cow away; I have never seen her since.</p>
<p>Did you ask him how he came by the cow? - No; I knew he went about jobbing from one to another.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Do not you know you went up with me on the Sabbath day, to look at the cow?</p>
<p>Martin. He took a man of mine,
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<p>Prisoner. We went in and drank at Mr. Hayes's; he knew very well, we came to look at the cow?</p>
<p>Martin. It was my man went to look at the cow, on Sunday not me.</p>
<p>To Hayes. Did the prisoner and
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<p>Was the field fastened, or how? - I cannot say; the gate is frequently thrown open by people going through the field.</p>
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<p>I am servant to Mr. Martin. The prisoner came to my master's house on Sunday and told him, he had a cow in calf to sell, and he would make a rap between my master's fat cow and that if he thought proper. He asked my master to go up and look at this same cow; my master was very poorly, and he could not go on account of his milk; this was in the morning. He came down again in the afternoon to our house; then I went
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="178005100036"/>down with him; it was in the field along with the other three.</p>
<p>You liked the cow did you? - Yes, she was likely to give some milk when she calved; I liked the looks of the cow well enough. I told my master the cow would suit him very well if they could agree.</p>
<p>This is the cow which was found at your master's? - Yes the same cow.</p>
<p>Did you go to drink at Mr. Hayes's? - Yes, we had a pint of beer.</p>
<p>Was that after you had seen the cow or before? - After. I paid for the beer myself, he was at the door with me, and drank part of the beer with me.</p>
<p>Did you say any thing about the cows to Mr. Hayes? - No.</p>
<p>To Waters. Do you know the prisoner? - Yes; I have known him some years.</p>
<p>Has he ever jobbed for you? - He lived with me about fifteen years ago.</p>
<p>Did he ever use to drive your cattle for you? - He does as many at Islington do; when people buy cattle; they take them home. He has been a drover twenty years I suppose or better.</p>
<p>You had not ordered him to sell this cow for you, had you? - No, I had not.</p>
<p>Is he a married man? - Yes, we have two of his children in our workhouse; his wife has run away.</p>
<p>PRISONER'S DEFENCE.</p>
<p>I lived in the prisoner's family five years; I lived with his brother from the beginning of his business to his ending; I have sold him a good many beasts in my life on time or other; he asked me to take the three beasts to market; he must have somebody and I might as well take them. I said that cow would not stay by herself; he said if I could find any body who would give a tolerable good price for her, I might sell her; I went down to Scotch Johnny; I have trusted him twenty pounds at a time. He has always behaved very civil; I had no thoughts of any thing of this. Somebody robbed me of two or three guineas of the money I sold the cow for, and I was ashamed to go to Mr. Waters, or this would not have happened.</p>
<p>To the prosecutor. Did you tell him he might sell them? - I would not have put him in trust to sell a cow for me. He asked to drive the three fat beasts to market for me? I said he might take them down; I would give him sixpence to take them down. Mr. Hayes had particular charge to take care of this cow, and to give her hay.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I drove the three fat cows down to market on the Monday morning.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. He delivered these three cows very safe to Mr. Bransworth; the cow he had of this man he put to one Lost to sell; he took the money she sold for and ran away.</p>
<p>To Hayes. When you missed the cow on the Monday morning were the three fat cows remaining there? - No; they were all gone; then I enquired of the salesman at night; he told me this man had brought the three fat cows down to him. I thought then that the other cow had gone out of the field after them.</p>
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<p>Tried by the Second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice WILLES.</p> </div1>
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