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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="179306260001"/>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 26th of June, 1793, and the following Days;
<p>Being the SIXTH SESSION in the Mayoralty of The Right Hon. Sir
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<persName id="f17930626-1-person2"> LORD MAYOR
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<p>TAKEN IN SHORT-HAND BY MANOAH SIBLY, PROFESSOR OF SHORT-HAND, No. 35, Goswell-street, And Published by Authority.</p>
<p>Printed and published by
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<p>KING's Commission of the Peace, Oyer and Terminer, and Gaol Delivery for the CITY of LONDON, &c.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable SIR
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<p>London Jury.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<p>Q. When had you last been sober enough to have any recollection to know what you had about you? - About seven o'clock at night, I was very sober then; I was down in Westminster then, in Petty France, in a public house almost facing the Ship-yard, but what the sign was I don't know as I never was in it before; I was not at all sensible when the things were taken from me in the least, I know nothing of it.</p>
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<p>I am a watchman in St. Martin's in the Fields; I cried the hour of one o'clock, and I came up Ivory-lane, I was going down the hour of half after one, and I was speaking to a brother watchman, and I heard a noise down Ivory-lane, I went down the lane, and I saw the prosecutor laying on his back, and this prisoner at the bar was across him, and taking his watch from him, she had taken the money from him, she seeing me flew up and made off to me, and I catched her in my arms, and some porters picked up the prosecutor and brought him up to me while I had got the prisoner in my arms, and the prosecutor said that that was the woman that robbed him; no, says she, it is the other girl that robbed him, and gave me the money; with that she put her hand into her pocket, and brought some silver out, and I took the silver out of her hand, and put my hand into her pocket and took the rest.</p>
<p>Jury. How much did you take out? - I took a guinea and a half, and some silver, and a steel chain.</p>
<p>Court. What did you take from her hand? - Six shillings and six-pence in silver, and a handkerchief out of her bosom. Then I took her to the watch-house.</p>
<p>Court. Is it a linen handkerchief?</p>
<p>Prosecutor. It is.</p>
<p>Herbert. I have kept the property from that time to this. (Produces the chain and handkerchief) the money I have forgot and left at home.</p>
<p>Court. Was this man very drunk? - Yes, he was so that he did not know what he was about at all.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any resistance between the girl and him? - Yes, there was great resistance for they took and tore him all down the face. The first thing that I saw was, that she was across him, and trying to get the watch from him.</p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="179306260004"/>Q. I want to know what they did to him before they took the watch from him? - They took and tore him all down the face, and made him bleed; I saw the prisoner strike him, when I was coming down he was on the ground, and when he was crying out this girl struck him about the face, and held his mouth, he struggled and put his hand as well as he could to his watch, when he found they were pulling his watch out.</p>
<p>Q. By what light did you see this? - By the light of the porters coming to market with their lanthorns.</p>
<p>Jury. What sort of a night was it? - It was rather lightish.</p>
<p>Court. Do you take on yourself to say by the light you had, that the prisoner was the woman that did all this? - Yes, I can swear to this.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any other woman with her? - There were two other women with her.</p>
<p>Court to Prosecutor. What sort of a chain was this you lost? - A steel chain belonging to a woman's watch, with a hook to it; I can swear to the chain and the handkerchief; I have another like it in my pocket, there is no letter or name on it I had the chain in my waistcoat pocket for to wear it bright, because it was got rusty; I have had it a great many years; there is no particular mark.</p>
<p>Prisoner. My lord about half after one o'clock this gentleman took me from one public house to another to drink with him; we drank five or six pints of cider, and three glasses of gin, and he left me this watch chain and his handkerchief; coming along this place he fell down; the porters were going to Covent-garden market, and the money sell out of his pocket, and I picked up the gold; he had not a farthingworth of silver about him; it was my own silver; I have no witness.</p>
<p>Jury to Herbert. Did you see her take the chain out of his pocket? - I saw it taken from his person.</p>
<p>Q. How far was you off when you saw this? - Not as far as I am from her now.</p>
<p>Q. I think you said that you saw blows that she struck? - I did.</p>
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<p>Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. How long did he live at this lodging of your's? - He was there about four months.</p>
<p>Q. Were all these things let to him with the lodgings? - Yes. He went into the country about the 25th or 26th
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<p>Mr. Gardener. How many rooms were let to him, one or two? - Two rooms.</p>
<p>Q. How came you to say a room in your first examination? - He wanted only one room at first.</p>
<p>Q. On what day was this that you let him have possession of this room? - On the 22d of November; I let it him on the 19th.</p>
<p>Q. Did he ever deliver up any part of this property that was let to him? - Yes, he delivered a curtain and some trifles of one of the rooms to my wife, by that means I thought he was what he said, it was the curtains off one bed that he delivered up two or three days after he was in, and some few more articles; the rooms were both compleatly furnished.</p>
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<p>Mr. Gardiner to the Court. My lord, an objection arises here, it now turns out from the evidence of the prosecutor himself, that the prisoner quitted the apartments on the 25th or 26th of March, and in the indictment he has laid this theft to be committed on the 27th, therefore he has laid it to be committed after he left the apartments.</p>
<p>Court. The day is not at all material if it is laid before the indictment is found.</p>
<p>Mr. Gardiner to Prosecutor. Did the prisoner bring any goods in? - I never see any.</p>
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<p>Q. Do you remember the prisoner coming to your house to lodge? - I do; I took and shewed him the apartment, I shewed him one room, he wished to have two, they were let to him, there were two compleat beds, white cotton window curtains, a pair of linen sheets, two linen pillow cases, two feather bolsters, two looking glasses, one in a gilt frame and the other in a mahogany frame, and a mahogany table, called a small dining table, a pair of brass metal candlesticks; these were all in the room at the time the prisoner took the lodgings; my husband was not within, he came by the name of
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<p>Q. After he went into the country how soon did you hear of him again? - We never knew he went into the country till we received the note; this gave my husband a suspicion, and he went to Plow-court, Fetter-lane; I went to the pawnbroker's Mr. Berry's, with the duplicates, there I found the pillow biers, the sheets and three window curtains.</p>
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<p>Gardiner. Did not the prisoner deliver up the key to you? - No.</p>
<p>Q. Did he bring any furniture with him; - No, I never saw any thing but a small bundle, and his wife was coming out of the country as he told me.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did not I find my own linen? - No.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. What he says of the duplicates, and a pocket book is false.</p>
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<p>I am servant to Mr. Berry pawnbroker in St. Martin's-lane; I know the prisoner at the bar, I remember his coming to me on the 15th of March, he brought a pair of pillow biers, which I lent him two shillings on, on the 26th of March he brought three curtains and a pair of sheets, on which I lent him half a guinea, he put them in the name of Bedford or Beckford; I have no doubt of the person of the man. I remember Mrs. Neale and the officers came to our house and produced this duplicate, the same I had given; I have had the goods ever since in my possession. (Produced.)</p>
<p>Who brought the duplicate to you? - Mrs. Neale came with Slane and Penny.</p>
<p>Mr. Gardiner. I believe it is not at all unusual for people that are in distress to pawn things in other names than their own? - Not unusual, they do it very frequently. (The goods deposed to.)</p>
<p>Prisoner. I have a witness here to prove that I delivered these things to Mrs. Neale.</p>
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<p>I am a hair dresser; I was waiting on Mr. Burnell on the 23d of November; I saw him deliver to Mrs. Neale, that was the landlady on the premises, the things that are missing, or charged in this indictment, one bed, a bolster, two pillows, four blankets, and two red curtains; after she had received them out of the room she came in again, and asked if she should take away the press bedstead, and he said, no, it was not in his way; he paid me a little bill that morning, and wished me a good day, and I went away.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. Is your name Hewis? - It is.</p>
<p>Q. How long have you known the prisoner? - Six years.</p>
<p>Q. What business is he? - He always paid me very honestly, I had no occasion to ask him what business he was of.</p>
<p>The prisoner called three witnesses to his character.</p>
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<p>Court. He has said no such a thing at all.</p>
<p>Prisoner. The premises were all out of repair. If these sheets had been theirs, they must be dirty, because they had been laid in a month, and if they were their sheets they must be dirty, and not clean.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you find this the same day you went to Uxbridge? - No.</p>
<p>Q. How long after? - The next day. The eleven shillings I lost the week before I lost this eleven and six-pence; there was no marks only on this one shilling; I lost it on Monday, and I gave it to the constable on Tuesday.</p>
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<p>I am a constable of the parish of Hillingdon; this young man Cox asked me to take the prisoner at the bar into custody, immediately he gave me the shilling which had a mark on it. (Produced and deposed to.) I took the prisoner, I found him in the yard at the Red Lyon, there was nothing passed only the boy charged him with the theft, and he said he found the money in his stocking; I took him before a magistrate, and he committed him; the prisoner said it was his own money, I asked him how he came by it in his stocking? he said he frequently put his money there.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know him before? - No, never see him before; he has been at Hillingdon about a month.</p>
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<interp inst="t17930626-3-person71" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> came up to me, I had got some work to do for this King to mend his shoes, he came up to me to tell me to take notice of a shilling with a star on the edge if he should pay for the shoes; with that when he came he did not give me that shilling, but another, and I saw that he had but one six-pence left in his purse; he went away from me down to the Red Lyon where he lodged, there he paid three shillings for his lodging.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I have got the paper to shew that a gentleman gave me to collect money, to go to this doctor to cure my eyes.</p>
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<p>I have known the prisoner above twenty years; he was always an industrious man, and endeavoured for a living.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know of his receiving any money? - Yes, one John Davis collected money for the prisoner.</p>
<p>Jury to Prosecutor. Did he lodge with you the last night that you lost the eleven shillings and six-pence? - He did.</p>
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<p>This man the prisoner came to my master's house on the 2d of June, I knew him before near on five years; he rang at the bell of the shop between twelve and one o'clock, he asked my fellow apprentice if he would draw him a drop of small beer; my fellow apprentice had a suspicion of him taking something the Sunday before, and he watched him; I was informed he was in the shop, and I went into the shop, and I saw him there in the shop; he was gone off the premises before I knew he had got the nails; and I went after him, he had been in the shop about the space of ten minutes; I overtook him and charged him with having the nails about him about three doors from my master's house; I clapped my hand at his left side, and I found he had got some; I had him to Whitechapel watch-house, I pulled out four nails from the left side pocket of his smock frock and coat, and one from his right side; I gave charge of him to
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<p>Q. What were these nails for? - They were for brewing copper; they were copper nails.</p>
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<p>I was apprentice to Mr. Theyts; I remember the prisoner coming to our shop, he came between twelve and one o'clock, and rang the bell, he came to inform us that his master had got some fresh lime, we use lime in our business, and I told him there was nobody there that could inform him whether we wanted any or not; he then asked me if I would give him a little small beer? I told him I would; he then came in and went backwards to the back part of the shop, and I watched him, and I saw him take the nails from a copper vessel, and saw him put them into his bosom, between his smock frock and his coat, and he went out of doors, and then I told my fellow apprentice, he was up stairs in the kitchen; I called him down.</p>
<p>Q. Did you give him the small beer? - I did not.</p>
<p>Q. Was this place where these nails were, light or dark? - Light; I saw him, but I don't know that he could see me; I was gone about half way up the kitchen stairs after a pot, and I looked over the banisters, I was going up to get him the beer, and I could
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<p>Prisoner. I was so much in liqour I cannot give any account.</p>
<p>Cressey. He appeared to me to be sober.</p>
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<p>Cressey gave me charge of the man in Whitechapel; I took him to the watch-house, and I told Cressey to search him, and I saw him take these five nails from between the pocket of his smock frock and his coat.</p>
<p>Q. Was he drunk or sober? - To the best of my knowledge he was perfectly sober. (The nails deposed to.)</p>
<p>Prisoner. I had been drinking in the morning, which I had not been accustomed to do, and was very much in liquor, and knew not what I did.</p>
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<p>Q. Can you tell now about what time you lost the ring? - I really cannot, it must have been within three months of this time, because I had seen it in the shop; I certainly had not sold it, because it is so particular a ring, I should have known if it had been sold, I examined the person who brought it how he came by it, and he referred me to another person of the name of Miller in Gerrard-street; I went to Mr. Miller's to see in what way he came by it, and he referred me to the prisoner at the bar; I went to him, and examined him how he came by it; he said that a person of the name of Williams gave it to him to sell, and that he was gone to Birmingham where he lived; shortly after he said, if we would let him go he would endeavour to find the person; as his account was not satisfactory, I ordered the constable to take charge, and the next day when he came before the magistrate, he told another story, he said he had it from a person of the name Wheeler who gave it him to sell.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure yourself that that ring was one of your's? - The ring is so remarkable that I can pronounce it is mine, but I have those in court that made the ring.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Counsel. You stated to us before that it was like one of your rings? - I did.</p>
<p>Q. You did not know then but it might be another ring like your own.
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<p>Q. I suppose there is such a man as Mr. Jeffereys; has he a share of the profits? - He has.</p>
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<p>- WILDMAN sworn.</p>
<p>I am a goldsmith and jeweller. To all appearance this is the same ring that I was employed to make for Mr. Jones, but my two men are here.</p>
<p>JOSHUA CHASSON sworn.</p>
<p>I put this ring together to the best of my knowledge.</p>
<p>Q. Why do you know that is the ring? - Because it is so very particular, but I cannot be positive without taking the ring to pieces. (Takes the ring to pieces.) I am satisfied that is the ring I made for Mr. Wildman.</p>
<p>Wildman. I am positive that the ring Chasson put together was made for Mr. Jones and sent to him.</p>
<p>Court to Jones. Do you know the prisoner? - I cannot positively swear to him that I have seen him in the shop, but his person and his voice are very familiar to me.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Counsel. Do you think you saw him within these last three months? - Yes, I am certain I have.</p>
<p>Prisoner to Chasson. Can you point out any mark you know that ring by? - Yes, by the motto part, of which was on an old ring, and the latter part was added.</p>
<p>Jones. I had some diamond letters by me, and I turned them into this ring; they were very remarkable.</p>
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<p>I made part of this ring, I am perfectly sure that is the ring I made part of.</p>
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<p>This ring was brought to me to be sold by the prisoner at the bar, about the 14th of May, he left it with me two hours; I told him I was not a judge of diamonds, if he would give me leave to keep it an hour or two I would send it down to Mr. Jones or Mr. Perigall's; I sent it to Mr. Perigall's, he told me it was not worth more than ten pounds, when he came again he said he did not like to sell it for ten pounds, he must go and ask first at Mary-le-bone whether they would take the ten pounds? he came back again and told me that they would take the ten pounds, and I bought it of him.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Counsel. Did he bring the ring fairly and openly? - Yes, he did, he called again in about two hours.</p>
<p>Q. Did he make any objection to your taking it to Jeffereys and Jones? - He did not.</p>
<p>Q. Did he make any hesitation about leaving it? - He did not.</p>
<p>Q. He originally refused the ten pounds? - He did.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember the name he mentioned? - I think it was Wheeler, but I have forgot the name of the street; I am sure it was in Mary-le-bone; I was in Mr. Jones's shop when the prisoner was there, and he said then that he had it of a Mr. Williams, whom he believed was gone to Birmingham.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Counsel. You are sure he said Williams, and not Wheeler? - I think he did; I am not quite sure.</p>
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<p>I live with Mr. Miller; I took the diamond for my master, and carried it down to Mr. Jones, and he told me to call again in two hours time, which I did.</p>
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<p>I live with Mr. Jones; I have no doubt but that ring is the property of Mr.
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<p>Prisoner. I have two witnesses to bring into this court to prove that Mr. Wheeler, living at No. 14, Harford-street, Mary-le-bone, offered this ring publicly to sell in the Adam and Eve public house, in Mary-le-bone. I never was in Mr. Jones's shop in my life, till I went with Mr. Miller. In my flurry I might have said that I had it from Mr. Williams, but I meant at Mr. Wheeler's, he has left his house and gone away.</p>
<p>- THYBAUT sworn.</p>
<p>Q. Have you ever seen a ring in the custody of Wheeler? - Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Should you know the ring again was you to see it? - It was a collar ring with a french motto.</p>
<p>Q. When did you see it in Wheeler's possession? - About three weeks before Mr. Richard's was taken, I was generally where I spend my evening after I have done my work, the ring was brought to to me to know what it was worth; I told him it was worth about eight to ten guineas; I am a jeweller, the prisoner was in the room at that time.</p>
<p>Q. Where did Wheeler live? - I don't know.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know Wheeler before? - I knew him by sight but not to speak to him.</p>
<p>Q. How do you know it was Wheeler? - I was told it was.</p>
<p>- ELLIS sworn.</p>
<p>I was at the Adam and Eve when the ring was offered to sale; Mr. Thybaut was sitting there, and they were shewing a ring, I should not know it if I was to see it.</p>
<p>Court to Davis. Do you know the prisoner? - I have some distant recollection of seeing him, but not to speak positively, I think I have seen him in our shop, but I am not positive of that.</p>
<p>Court to Jones. You said his person and voice was familiar to you? - I do believe I have seen him in our shop at the time I tell you, but at the same time I do not swear positively to the fact, but it could not be any where else but in the shop.</p>
<p>The prisoner called two witnesses who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice BULLER.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. It was at her desire then? - Yes, it was. I had just before taken my money out of my breeches pocket, and put it into my watch pocket; I told her afterwards I wanted some water to drink, she told me there was no clean water in the room, to go down and fetch it; I then went to put my money from my fob into
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<p>Q. I think you said you knew her before? - Yes, I knew her a year and a half.</p>
<p>Q. A year and a half? - Yes, Judge and Jury.</p>
<p>Q. Had you ever been at her lodgings before? - Yes, and lay with her before that.</p>
<p>Q. This was an old acquaintance of your's. How came you to move your money? you took her for an honest girl when you went to her lodgings; and you have not said a word of giving her any thing? - I gave her something before.</p>
<p>Q. Was the money ever found? - Not a farthing of my two guineas and a half, and four shillings.</p>
<p>Q. Was you drunk or sober? - I was sober.</p>
<p>Q. You was thirsty, you wanted water to drink? - Yes, but I was quite sober.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He asked me if I would go with him? I said, no, I was going to my work; and he said if I did not go with him he would go and fetch a constable, and say that I had robbed him.</p>
<p>Court to Prosecutor. How came you with so much money about you when you was going to a baudy house? - This woman called me, and said she had some things to sell, and she took it out of my pocket.</p>
<p>Q. Had she been used to sell you any thing? - When I went up stairs she locked the door, and said I must lay with her.</p>
<p>Q. How could you suppose she had any clothes to sell? - She told me so.</p>
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<p>I am the constable. Mr. Maddocks stopped him with the deals, and fetched me, and gave me charge of him and the deals; I have kept the deals ever since.</p>
<p>Prisoner. With respect to the thing, I do declare that I did not know any thing of the kind till that young man came to me; I have dealt in the yard sixteen or seventeen years, in the course of that time I have laid out some hundreds of pounds; I knew no more about
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<p>Maddocks. The prisoner got up a wainscot pearch to watch me while I was gone out; he did not appear in liquor at all.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you leave any body at work when you went away? - There was only the prisoner and me at work; just before we went away my mistress came up stairs, the prisoner asked her to lend him two shillings; she told him she had not got two shillings, she would let him have eighteen-pence, I had got on my shoes, he was buckling up his shoes; I went down first, my mistress followed me, and he followed her last; as soon as she came to the bottom of the stairs, she begged we would both come to work early in the morning as the work was in a great hurry; we said we would sooner than usual; as soon as I got out into Saville-street I says to the prisoner, I forgot to take my watch: we had some discourse about it; I said I suppose it will be safe enough by the morning; there are two young men, says he, that sleeps in the room, they will swear it is a death watch in the night; we went on all the way through Leicester-fields together; this was the Monday evening which was our club night in Long-acre, and there he said he had got a pair of scissurs grinding at Russel-court, says he, if you will go to the club I will come there presently; he went away, and I went to the house of call, and found he did not come; I related the circumstance to some young men that were there, they said they were afraid I was done out of my watch; I got up early in the morning and went to work, and I asked one of the young men if they had seen my watch that I had left the last night?</p>
<p>Q. Did you find your watch there? - No, I asked them if they had let that irishman come and take away the watch? they said no, he had not been back.</p>
<p>Q. Were they in the room when you went away? - No, The prisoner never came back to the place afterwards, left the house of call, and never was seen afterwards till I took him up for this, when I was carrying some clothes home for my master last Saturday fortnight, this that I speak of was on the 6th of May, I was in the London-road, St. George's-fields, just before we came to the Romish Chapel, the man and me run against each other, I put my hand against his breast to prevent him running against me, and I recollected his face again, I said, how do you do my friend? don't you recollect when you and me worked together in
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<p>Prisoner. Ask him when he went to work the next morning, whether there was not one of the men gone out of the room that sleeps in the room? - There was.</p>
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<p>I know the prisoner, he came to me and sold the duplicate of a warch; I met him about a fortnight or three weeks before this time that he came with this gentleman's watch, he told me that he was in distress for money, because work was slack; accordingly I agreed with him as reasonable as I could, advanced him so much money on the duplicate, to the best of my knowledge I believe it was about half a guinea, and it was pawned for a guinea; and about a fortnight after he came and he said he had another watch that was a better watch than the first I had of him, and he would make a swap for another guinea; I told him that I could not afford to give him a guinea; says he, but this one is better that I have got; it looks better says I, but I am no judge; then at last I gave him this first watch back again for this young man's watch, and I
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<p>Q. Are you sure that you had it of him or the girl? - I had it of him, I knew him about six weeks before.</p>
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<p>I have got the watch; Mr. Barney delivered it to me, I have had it in my custody ever since. (The watch produced and deposed to by the prosecutor having had it three years, and knowing the number 3,942, and the maker's name Edwards.)</p>
<p>Gurrier. In his pocket I found six or seven duplicates, and a piece of chain which the prosecutor says that he could swear to, by a mark.</p>
<p>Prisoner. When I was going to work the next morning, I went to work very early, I met this man who slept in the room, one of the men who lodge in the room in which he left his watch; he took me and gave me two or three pots of beer, and he gave me this watch, either to sell or pawn for what I could get for it; I took the watch, I went down to this man's place and shewed it him, says he to me will you sell the watch? says I, it is not mine, says he, I will stand every rig of that sort, I don't care how you came by it, if I can get a bargain; he said he would give fifteen shillings and another that he had taken out of pawn before to boot, and I had sold him the duplicate, I went and advanced the fifteen shillings down to the man, and I told him I would pay him the rest at proper times; we kept drinking till it was too late to go to work, indeed I was not fit, and the next day I knew there was another man put on in my room.</p>
<p>Court to How. Upon your oath did you give him this watch to pawn for you? - Never.</p>
<p>Prisoner. It was not him that gave it me, it was the man that slept in the room, there were two single men who slept in the same room where he left his watch, lodgers.</p>
<p>Court to How. How long had he worked there? - I never worked there but that day before I lost my watch, I took the call that morning, he came there the Friday before.</p>
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<p>Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice HEATH.</p> </div1>
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<p>The linen was hung out about seven or eight o'clock, when she brought them back to our place they were wet; we did not miss them till they were brought back? I am sure it is our linen.</p>
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<p>I am a constable.
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<p>Prisoner. As I was coming along the common I saw the linen laying on the ground, and I picked it up, they were hanging out to dry.</p>
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<p>Q. Are you quite sure you locked that shed the night before? - I am positive of
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<p>Prisoner. I was in the street when he laid hold of me; he never catched me in the place at all; my shoes were my own which I bought at Rag Fair.</p>
<p>Court to Prosecutor. Did you know the prisoner before? - No, but I think I have seen him walking about the street.</p>
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<p>All that I know about it is, I met this man coming up towards the watch-house with the prisoner, and he called for my assistance: I went up and asked the prosecutor what the prisoner had done? he said he had been in his shed; I said, then he shall go to the watch-house; accordingly I took him to the watch-house, and locked him up, and when we went back to the watch-house again the prosecutor owned the shoes which was on his feet; I went to the place, and saw the lock lay on the floor, and the things in the basket.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. The four loaves were standing in the street, and no basket nigh with them, and that man came up and made me go back with them.</p>
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<p>I am an apprentice to Mr. Russel. Last Sunday was a fortnight I saw the man take hold of the shawl with his right hand. (It was round a child's neck,) and he took it and tied it up, and put it somewhere behind him, but where it was I cannot say, this was between two and three o'clock in the morning, they were going to Gravesend; I went to see them take boat; the man had the child in his arms, the man came to assist us; it was in Spur-street, Leicester-fields.</p>
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<p>Q. Had he still the child in his arms when you told them that he had got the shawl, or had they taken the child out of his arms? - I cannot say that.</p>
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<p>I hired the coach a little after two on Sunday morning the 8th of June, in Spur-street, Leicester-fields; the coach broke down, and from the said coach which was broke down, they handed the child out, the prisoner did; after that they were going to handle the bundles out, with that I said, no don't handle the bundles out we shall lose them; then after we got out of the coach I asked about the shawl, and Tom said, that man had got it; I said are you sure of it? he said, yes; then I charged the watch with him, and I saw him pull it from behind him, and throw it on the ground; and I picked it up. This is the same that I picked up, that I saw him throw down.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I took the child out of the coach, the coach was broke down; I delivered the child, and every thing, as far as I know, as I found it; I delivered the child as freely as I took it; I have got no witness; there was nobody there it was so early; I have lived in St. James's parish thirty-five years.</p>
<p>Mr. Russell. He bears an exceeding good character my lord, and I hope you will shew him mercy.</p>
<p>The prisoner called five witnesses who gave him an excellent character.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you give him the fowls? - No, he took them</p>
<p>Q. Did you refuse to give him the fowls? - Yes, I did.</p>
<p>Q. Did he take them by any absolute force? - Yes, I said he should not have them; he said he would have them, and I laid hold of the legs of the fowls, and he laid hold of the skewers, and pulled them out of my tray, and he ran away as fast as he could, and I ran after him, and he went up a court in the Little Minories, and asked for a person of the name of Sally that lived there, which he wanted to go into the house to, but the people would not let him; then he came out there, and I pursued him again, and he ran as far as the Little Minories, he kept the fowls all the time, he had them in his right hand, and then he knocked me down, he hit me on the side, and when I got up I was stunned, I could not pursue him; he then ran away, and put a bit of check over the fowls, they were dead fowls, I brought them from my master Mr.
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<p>Q. Have you ever received the fowls again? - Yes, I saw them in about an hour and a half; I knew them to be the same, I know my own trussing, Dungate brought the fowls to me.</p>
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<p>I am a green grocer. A scuffle ensued just by my door, and the fowls were dropped; I saw the prisoner drop them, it was in Church-lane, Whitechapel; I picked them up; a man was pursuing the prisoner, and crying out stop thief! I did not see the boy there to my knowledge; the fowls were taken to the Rotation office, and the shopman he saw the fowls there, and he said they were his fowls in the presence of the prisoner.</p>
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<p>I am a labourer. I was standing at a public house door in Whitechapel, facing the Church; I heard a woman crying stop him! stop him! and I saw the prisoner running, and just as he passed me I pursued him, and I saw the fowls in Mr. Dungate's hand.</p>
<p>Court to Miller. How far from where this man was stopped was the place from where he took the fowls from you? - About half a mile.</p>
<p>Q. How came there to be a cry of stop thief and Dorman to take him?</p>
<p>Dorman. He was pursued for something else; some new shoes, a silver band and a hat.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Please you my lord I know nothing at all about it; at the change of the moon my head is light, and I don't know what I am about.</p>
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<p>I am a constable of Portsoken ward. I produce an handkerchief, I received it of Mr. Alefounder; I saw the prisoner, he was charged with taking it, he was in the watch-house before I was sent for. (The handkerchief deposed to.)</p>
<p>Prisoner. I was coming along Whitechapel between the hours of four and five, and the people walked very thick on the pavement, and there were two more lads walking close by the side of me, and a kind of a cheesemonger man catched hold of three of us, and called the gentleman back, and one of the other two dropped the handkerchief.</p>
<p>Court to Alefounder. Was there any other boy with him? - I believe there were two other boys with him, but I am sure I saw it drop from him, and not from either of the other boys.</p>
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<p>Q. Were these articles let to him as part of the furniture of his lodgings? - No, nothing at all of them.</p>
<p>Q. In what room where these things kept? - Some were kept where I lodge, and where I live myself, but not all; the box was in my room, and the things were in my room in the box, or in drawers; I missed them the day after they were gone, the day after he went away with them.</p>
<p>Q. Did he pay for his lodging when he went away? - My wife told me that he owed nothing, that he paid very well.</p>
<p>Q. When he went away did he give you the key of his room? - No, the door was not locked, it was open.</p>
<p>Q. Have you ever recovered any of the things that were missing? - I found them at the Swan with two Necks in Lad-lane a week ago last Friday. The constable has them
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<p>Mr. Peat. The first time you saw your things was at the Swan with Two Necks? - It was.</p>
<p>Q. Were they all found with the trunk? - Yes, in the trunk, hat boxes and different things.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know whether any of these things were in the prisoner's room before this? - I do not.</p>
<p>Q. Then you don't know at all how they came into this box? - I do not.</p>
<p>Q. Where did you find the key of this box? - My wife had it.</p>
<p>Q. Was she present when they were found at the Swan with Two Necks? - She was, and she had the keys.</p>
<p>Q. How many trunks were there? - One trunk, and one box.</p>
<p>Q. You are a publican? - I am.</p>
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<p>I am the book keeper at the Swan with Two Necks, Lad-lane; I know nothing at all except that this gentleman, the prisoner at the bar, came with this luggage, a deal box, an hair trunk, two bundles and two hat boxes; they are here; I saw them opened before the alderman. I should imagine there was two milk pots I should know again; I know the hair trunk.</p>
<p>Q. When did the prisoner come? - He came at a quarter past four on the 21st of June, on Friday, they were put in the Liverpool hole; I am sure the prisoner brought them with another man; the officer came about half past four, and I delivered them the same things, every thing as was brought by the prisoner.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you know him to be the same man then? - Yes, I did.</p>
<p>Mr. Peat. You never saw the man before that day he came to your house? - Never, and never saw him but once since, and that was before Mr. Alderman Curtis.</p>
<p>Q. He came with another person you say? - He did.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any woman with him? - There was not.</p>
<p>Q. All the goods were in the trunks, and packed up? - There was nothing loose, all packed up in the usual way.</p>
<p>Q. Do you happen to know who produced the keys of these trunks afterwards? - I cannot tell from whom they were taken.</p>
<p>Court to Goodman. What day was it he left your house? - On Tuesday.</p>
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<p>I am the constable; I produce this property which was stopped at the inn, an hair trunk, a square deal box, a bundle, a hat box, and a bonnet box; I got them from the book keeper which was in the warehouse at the Swan with Two Necks, Lad-lane; it was last Friday week, about half after four, I have kept them ever since, I took them to a room, and locked them up, and kept the key in my possession; the deal box was locked, not the hair trunk.</p>
<p>Q. Did you get the key at any time? - Yes, I got the key from Mrs. Goodman.</p>
<p>Q. How many keys did she give you? - There were three keys she gave to James Hall and me.</p>
<p>Mr. Peat. You say the keys were produced by Mrs. Goodman? - Yes; I took the prisoner, and Mrs. Goodman with him by the side of one another in the tap of the Swan with Two Necks that day after I had stopped the property; the prisoner was in company with Mrs. Goodman, they were both together, had a pint of beer before them, and a small bundle before them, which I have here; here are nineteen check aprons, three muslin handkerchiefs, four linen shifts, one dimity petticoat, six other petticoats, one silk gown, &c. (The same as in the indictment.)</p>
<p>Mr. Peat. In fact there were several articles of female dress amongst them? - There was.</p>
<p>Court to Goodman. Did your wife stay in the house after the day he went? - She did not. I saw him about ten or eleven o'clock, and I asked him whether he had no work? he said he had work enough, and my wife went away between five and six; they both went on Tuesday,</p>
<p>Q. What articles can you speak with the most certainty to? - The milk pot, the punch ladle, and the counterpane.</p>
<p>Q. Did you miss the things before your wife went away? - No, I found the drawers were stripped almost quite; here are several sheets, I know here is a gown that I have seen on my wife's back, and a green bonnet, but I cannot say that they are marked in my name.</p>
<p>Q. Did she go away at the same time? - No, I never saw him after ten or eleven o'clock, and she went away between five or six; they both went on one; I missed the things the next morning about nine o'clock when I opened the drawers.</p>
<p>Mr. Peat. Then Mr. Goodman, your wife went away about five or six hours before the prisoner? - Yes.</p>
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<p>Green. They were found in the hair trunk.</p>
<p>Mr. Peat to Goodman. You know the things then only by their general appearance? - No, and having lost such things.</p>
<p>Court to Nicholson. You was the person that received these things, was it a man or woman that came with the prisoner? - It was a man.</p>
<p>Q. In what manner did you put them down? - They were only put down, Mr. Brunnen's luggage, 1 l. 15 s. The money was paid I believe by the prisoner, but I am not sure.</p>
<p>Mr. Peat. Then the man that was with him appeared as the witness I suppose? - He did.</p>
<p>Q. It was not you that saw the woman in the tap room? - It was not.</p>
<p>Green. It was I that saw her with the prisoner in the tap room on this same Tuesday.</p>
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<p>I am a porter to the public house; I have seen the prisoner, he is a lodger there, I saw the prisoner on Tuesday as the wife was at tea in the afternoon, I saw him come out of the house with a shawl in his apron, and that box in his hand, I believe this to be the same shawl according to the best of my knowledge which the constable produces; that morning that he went away, the wife had said something to the husband concerning the pots, and as soon as the husband was gone he went up stairs immediately, and came down with these things.</p>
<p>Mr. Peat. You saw a shawl? - I did, and I have seen the shawl on her, and I believe it to be the same shawl I have seen on her.</p>
<p>Q. Was it wrapped up? - It was lapped over the bundle, what was inside I cannot tell.</p>
<p>Q. I suppose if you had seen that shawl at York you would have known it? - I am positive, you will do no good by cross examining me, because I have more behind.</p>
<p>JAMES HALI sworn.</p>
<p>When the prisoner and Mrs. Goodman was brought before alderman Curtis, I was in court, and I was desired to ask who had got the keys, and Mrs. Goodman replied that she had, and I was ordered to ask her for them; I did, and she gave me some, one of which opened this trunk, and they were both committed for this offence</p>
<p>Prisoner. Mrs. Goodman depended on me to do her justice, as she was going into the country, and desired me to put the things in in my own name.</p>
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<p>Tried by the London Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did you know her before? - No, I never saw her before, but I am certain she is the person that brought them. (Produced and deposed to.)</p>
<p>Court to Mrs. Ray. How came you to know they were at Salkut's? - I delivered bills early in the morning of the articles we had lost.</p>
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<p>I live with the Rev. Mr. Hodam's in Queen-street; I don't know any thing about their being stolen I only know the property, they are my master's goods sent to be washed.</p>
<p>Prisoner. The things were given me by another person, and when the pawnbroker stopped me I begged him to go out of the door to see the other person; he said, no, he had got me in custody, and that was enough for him.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you find any money again? - No, none at all; a constable brought the watch into the shop to me.</p>
<p>Q. How long do you think it might be from your being pushed by three or four people, and your stick snatched from you by one of them, before the boy snatched the watch out of your pocket? - About a minute the whole; not above.</p>
<p>Q. I want to know whether before the boy snatched the watch, you happened to see him in the crowd? - I cannot say that.</p>
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<p>I was going down Holborn about eleven o'clock yesterday, and I met a society going in procession, going along I was in the road, I was not on the flags, I heard a scuffle, and I saw the gentleman taking the boy into the shop, the boy was on the ground, and I saw the watch in the boy's hand as he lay; I did not see any more of the watch till I saw it in the constable's hands.</p>
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<p>I was walking up Holborn with the society, and seeing a great mob about the man, I went towards it, and directly as I came up to the foot of the pavement, I saw the watch up, and another gentleman and I tried to catch it, and he catched it, and seeing me an officer, having the truncheon in my hand, he gave it to me, and I took it into the shop, and gave it to the gentleman, and took the boy into custody. (The watch produced and deposed to.)</p>
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<p>I saw the prisoner at the bar, and took some handkerchiefs from him, having orders to examine him at Bow-street before the justices.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I found the watch; I saw it laying among the crowd.</p>
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<p>Q. Had not you seen your hat all that time? - No, I never looked for it till the Sunday afternoon; on Monday morning I went to the pawnbroker's, and he shewed me the hat; and I said it was mine, and I swore to it.</p>
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<p>I received the hat from the prisoner at the bar, on the 22d of June; the middle of the day, he brought it to pledge.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know the prisoner? - No, I don't remember ever seeing him before. (The hat produced and deposed to by Brown, by the maker's name.)</p>
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<p>The prisoner at the bar came to this house after my master; I live with captain Donaldson; the first time he came on Saturday, he came down into the kitchen, he came for some time there, and then went up to the parlour, where the hat was, I went up and when I came down I saw that the door was shut, and when I got into the room I saw a bundle laid on the table which he was certainly at.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Was there any thing taken out of the bundle? - No.</p>
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<p>I am a constable, I belong to the Police office in Queen-square; I found him in the kitchen of this gentleman on Friday, I searched him and found the duplicate of the hat in his pocket.</p>
<p>Prisoner. By all means I had a right to have the duplicate of the hat I had bought in the Hay-market, after paying four shillings and six pence for it, because they had a suspicion of this hat they conceived it must be that gentleman's there; I never meddled with the hat, and they cannot say that I did, except they for swear themselves. I have a few words to say. I brought this hat of a jew in the Haymarket, and gave four shillings and sixpence for it, he had told me his name was Shepherd, and that he lived in Rosemary-lane; in the afternoon afterwards I pawned it for three shillings.</p>
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<p>Q. Was he never in the yard from the 1st to the 18th? - Not to my knowledge; when I met him I was leading a horse up in my hand, and I met him coming down the lane, he had been in the yard during the time I was out, so I saw him coming along and I looked at him, and I found he had my property on him; I sent for a constable and he took them into possession.</p>
<p>Q. How did you know the breeches? - By the marks, I am quite sure they are my breeches, the constable
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<p>Prisoner. He either offered me to let me pay eight shillings for the breeches or give him them again.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. He offered me his trunk to pay for the breeches, he has a trunk up in our yard.</p>
<p>Court to Prosecutor. Did you offer to take eight shillings? - I did.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. No man can speak a word against my character, except about these breeches; about the 17th of May I left two pair of old breeches in that place which were not worth much; on the 3d of June or 4th, I went to see for my breeches and could not find them, by looking about I found these in the hostry and took these to put them on while I had another pair mended; I takes these to the breeches maker's, which the prosecutor knows at the time I changed them, afterwards I wore these breeches and did not know but they were my own when I took them. I have no witnesses because I expected it would have been made up, because I sent a person to Mr. Fossit yesterday morning, and he said it would come to nothing.</p>
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<p>I lost my gown on Saturday the 8th of June, I saw it in the house about twelve o'clock and discovered it gone about half after twelve, I saw it was gone off the line.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see any body take it? - No. I saw Campbell was in the yard and his friend, and there was nobody else in the yard; I saw him run away, he walked as hard as he could, he had got a bundle under his right side; the runners went after him and took him, I saw him again at Hog-lane, some days afterward.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ever get your gown again? - No.</p>
<p>Q. Was there other people in the house besides the prisoner? - Nobody but him and his friend, and me and the person that was scourering.</p>
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<p>On the 8th of June Saturday, I was helping the girl to scourer; and the prisoner at the bar, and his companion, came into the skittle ground and they knocked down the skittles, from that this good man ran away, and I followed him and said to him, where is your friend? you are the man that took the gown and he continued running and said come this way and you will see him.</p>
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<p>(The case opened by Mr. Knowlys.)</p>
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<p>I am the clerk of St. George's, Hanover-square: I produce the certificate of the marriage of
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<p>Mr. Knapp. You don't recollect the person of Moran? - I do not.</p>
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<p>I know the prisoner at the bar.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know
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<p>Q. How long ago is it that you have seen
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<p>Mr. Knapp. How old was
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<p>Q. How long had you known her? - Not above a month before she was married.</p>
<p>Q. Was she of age at the time she was married or not? - I cannot say.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you hear that she was under the age of twenty-one? - I cannot say any thing about her age.</p>
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<p>I was married the 14th of last February to the prisoner at the bar, at Hodnet, in the country of Salop, I lived with him four months before I found out he was married.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. Who carries on this prosecution? - My friends.</p>
<p>Q. You have an uncle? - I have.</p>
<p>Q. Is not he at the expence of this prosecution? you are a servant girl I believe? - He has carried it on hitherto, he has been at the whole expence.</p>
<p>Q. This prosecution would not have been carried on, if your uncle had not instigated you to it? - Certainly, I would wish to do as the law permits me to do; I could not do it myself.</p>
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<p>I apprehended the prisoner and took him to the sign of the Hole in the Wall, by Bloomsbury-square, in this county.</p>
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<p>Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice BULLER.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Can you swear that the gelding you saw in Bishop's stable was your gelding? - Yes, I have no doubt about it.</p>
<p>Q. Did you find your bridle and saddle there too? - No, I had that sent home about a fortnight or three weeks after, by a woman; when I found the horse in Mr. Bishop's stable I told him to take care of it, and not to part with it; it was my horse, I had lost it, and I went and got an officer to demand it, to take my property, I went to Bow-street and acquainted them that Mr. Bishop had my horse that was lost, and the gentlemen there summoned him and heard the story, and when I told the story one of them ordered him to give me my horse again, and I had my horse again.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. So you lost this horse? - Lost which horse?</p>
<p>Q. This horse of your's? - Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear to your knowledge that you lost this horse? - I will swear it was taken out of my stable unbeknown to me.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. Mr. Short Hand Writer be so good as to take that down.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear positively and allow that gentleman to take it down that you lost that horse unknown to you out of your stable? - Yes.</p>
<p>Q. How lately before the 6th of April had you seen your horse? - I saw it that morning.</p>
<p>Q. How came you to tell my lord just now that you had seen it at home a fortnight before? - I did not say that I believe, I had seen it that very day before I lost it.</p>
<p>Q. You was in Smithfield market the 4th of April I believe? - No, this happened on Saturday that I lost my horse.</p>
<p>Q. Was you not in Smithfield market the day before? - I believe I was.</p>
<p>Q. On your oath don't you know you was? - Yes, I believe I was.</p>
<p>Q. You never saw that man the prisoner at the bar before in your life? - Yes, many times.</p>
<p>Q. Where? - In Smithfield, I was very near Smithfield market and I believe I did see him there.</p>
<p>Q. Did not he go with you to Smithfield market for the purpose of disposing of that horse? - I don't think he did.</p>
<p>Q. Don't you know that you went together to Smithfield for the purpose of disposing of this horse? - No, not together, I saw him in Smithfield.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath did not you go together? - No, I believe not.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you drink together at your own house before you went to market? - I really cannot say.</p>
<p>Q. But you shall say. Did not that man come to your own house on Friday and drink with you and set off with you for Smithfield to dispose of this horse? - I don't know but he might.</p>
<p>Q. On your oath was it not on your own application that he came there to drink with you and go with you to Smithfield? - No, I believe the horse was lame and I met him at Smithfield.</p>
<p>Q. On your oath did not he meet you that morning by your own appointment
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<p>Q. I ask you on the morning of that Friday? - I say I believe he did.</p>
<p>Q. How came you to tell us that you only met him in Smithfield market? - I say so now.</p>
<p>Q. Which of them is true? - I have forgot, I have been very ill, I have had a very sad fit.</p>
<p>Q. Then he did meet you by your own appointment? - I forget.</p>
<p>Q. On your oath did he or did he not meet you at your own house? - I really cannot tell.</p>
<p>Q. Is it true that you met him in Smithfield market? - I think that is true.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath is it true that you met him by appointment to go to your own house with you? - I cannot say, I might say something to him about it, I think to the best of my remembrance I light of him by the doctor's.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear you did not make the appointment with him to meet you at your own house? - I cannot swear to that.</p>
<p>Q. Who saddled the horse? - Where?</p>
<p>Q. Saddled the horse to go to Smithfield? - Myself I believe.</p>
<p>Q. Who took your mare out to go with this horse to Smithfield? - My mare?</p>
<p>Q. You rode them both I suppose? - Upon my word I don't recollect.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath did not this man ride the horse, and you rode the mare? - He did get up on it just by porters block at one end of Smithfield, towards Islington.</p>
<p>Q. How did you get the mare and horse to Smithfield? - I rode one and led the other.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear that the prisoner did not ride either the mare or horse to Smithfield? - I cannot swear about it, I have forgot what was done on Friday.</p>
<p>Q. Perhaps you have forgot that you gave this man authority to sell the horse for you? - On Friday he said he could get a customer for it.</p>
<p>Q. He knew your intention to sell it? - He knew I came there to sell it.</p>
<p>Q. On Friday he told you he believed he could get a customer to sell it. He deals in horses, I believe? - I have been told so.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath don't you know so? - Because he never dealt with me.</p>
<p>Q. Don't you know that he is a horse-dealer? - He may be a horse-stealer.</p>
<p>Q. So may you, for which you have suffered the law perhaps? - If I have I cannot help it; I have heard that he is a horse-dealer.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you hear that he was a horse-dealer when you went to Smithfield market? - I believe him to be like myself, a person that now and then bought a horse, and now and then sold a horse.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you talk to him as a dealer in horses? - I do not recollect.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath, on that Friday, did not you speak to him, and act with him as a dealer in horses? - I don't know.</p>
<p>Q. When he told you that he believed he could get a customer for this horse, did not you desire him to get one for it if he could? - I don't recollect.</p>
<p>Q. Then for ought you know you might have desired him to get a customer for this horse? - I recollect very little about Friday.</p>
<p>Q. Will you take on yourself to swear that you did not give him authority to sell it? - I know I lost it against my desire.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath did not you give him authority to sell it? - I have forgot it
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<p>Q. Did not you go with this man to the public house in St. John street where this horse was put up? - I did.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you meet him there? - No, I met him at porter's block, we were there together.</p>
<p>Q. Did not this man pay for the horse's keep there? - No, I paid for it.</p>
<p>Q. Pray who took him home? - I took it home; I believe I rode one and led the other.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear man that he did not ride the horse? - I will not swear that.</p>
<p>Q. For ought you know then he might do it? - I do not say so, I do not recollect.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear that this was not so? It might pass, and I not recollect it, I don't know any thing about Friday.</p>
<p>Q. No, no, you don't know any thing about Friday which is a material point; I should like to be acquainted with you, who are you, you say you live in lodgings now? - Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Pray how lately did you learn at your lodgings that this man had been at your house to pay five guineas which he said had been the produce of the horse? - I don't know any thing of it,</p>
<p>Q. Have you never heard that that man had sent his wife with five guineas, as the price of that horse? - No.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath have you never heard at your own house that that man's wife came with five guineas, as the price of the horse, a day or two after the 6th of April? - I don't remember any thing of the kind.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you see the prisoner's wife and did not she tell you she brought five guineas as the price of that horse that was sold? - The horse cost me eight guineas and a shilling.</p>
<p>Q. But it might have been sold for five guineas? - I don't know any thing about it.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath did not you see the man's wife? - I did not see her.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear that positively? - I believe I could venture to say it, because I don't recollect it.</p>
<p>Q. Do you swear positively that you did not see that man's wife who brought you five guineas, and told you there was the price or part of the price of the horse? - No such thing.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear that positively? - I will, there was never any such thing as money offered me.</p>
<p>Q. Did not the wife tell you that she brought five guineas as the price, or part of the price of the horse? - I will swear that, that I don't know any thing about it.</p>
<p>Q. Will you swear that it never passed between the prisoner's wife and you? - I don't know; I am pretty sure I never heard it, I don't recollect it.</p>
<p>Q. Why it is a very material circumstance? - I can safely swear that I did not see the man's wife the next day.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure you did not hear it the day after? - I am not sure, you ask me so many questions.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure that you was not sent to gaol for rescuing a couple of thieves? - I recollect that, that was an accident, it was not for rescuing them, I never did rescue them.</p>
<p>Q. The jury are very unjust sometimes? - The jury I believe are very right.</p>
<p>Q. You then kept the Eagle in Eagle street? - I did.</p>
<p>Q. How came you to leave it? - Because I had money enough to live without.</p>
<p>Q. Was that the cause of your leaving that public house, because you had money enough to live without; on your oath was not your licence taken away? - I believe you are very right, the licence was taken away.</p>
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<p>Q. How did he die? - I forget, it is a good while ago.</p>
<p>Q. Did not he die by a chuck under the ribs with a knife, or something of that sort? - I was not there when it was done.</p>
<p>Q. You are acquainted with a man of the name of Richardson? - Yes, I remember such a man, I am very ill, I cannot answer any more.</p>
<p>Q. How many times have you been taken up for receiving stolen goods? - Never in my life.</p>
<p>Q. How many times accused of it? - Never in my life.</p>
<p>Q. You will then not swear that he did not take this by your order to dispose of it on Friday? - No, I will not.</p>
<p>Q. Then he might take it by your order on Friday and dispose of it? - It was not disposed of.</p>
<p>Q. Yes, it was disposed of to Mr. Bishop? - That was on Saturday night; I have forgot whether I gave him leave to sell it on Friday or no.</p>
<p>Jury. Did you give him leave on Saturday? - No, I did not.</p>
<p>Q. How long have you known the prisoner at the bar? - Six or seven months.</p>
<p>Q. Have you been intimately acquainted with him from that time? - I have seen him at Smithfield three or four times; he durst not go into Smithfield, he was obliged to stand outside of the bar.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. On your oath was not the horse taken from the stable in your presence on Saturday? - I will swear that it was taken out of my stable unbeknown to me.</p>
<p>Q. Where was you? - I believe I was down at Islington. It was lost as near as I can guess, between four in the afternoon and nine at night.</p>
<p>Q. How much money was you offered for this horse in Smithfield? - I never saw any body that wanted to buy it.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you tell this man that if he could sell it for five guineas you should be content? - I never told him so. I bought it at Hopkins's.</p>
<p>Q. Not on Friday? - No.</p>
<p>Q. You bought it at Hopkins's as a good horse? - I gave eight guineas and a shilling, it was lame when I bought it; I believe the prisoner was there when I did buy it.</p>
<p>Q. Did the prisoner pass his judgment on it for you at the sale? - No, I bought it on my own judgement. There was a great many hundred people there at the sale.</p>
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<p>Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Was there any other woman near? - Not near, there were others in the shop, she had on a black silk cloak, but whether she dropped them from her cloak or petticoat I cannot exactly say, they were concealed somewhere about her.</p>
<p>Q. Who took them up? - I cannot exactly say; I believe my servant did that will be next called; I have had them in my possession ever since, they have never been out of my possession.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Why should he think that I took the muslin any more than the other women that were there.</p>
<p>Court. Was these women in the shop customers? Did you know them positively? Do you believe that any other woman came in with the prisoner? - No, there was none near her nor at the same counter.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I have dealt with him this seven years off and on.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I have seen her at the shop many times, and her conduct has been very suspicious at times.</p>
<p>- sworn.</p>
<p>I am an apprentice to Mr. Jubb. I saw the prisoner come into the shop, I had been out shewing some goods, and come home; I found her standing at the window, when I came into the shop I informed my master; he desired me to count the muslins that were in the wrapper; I found nineteen quantities; after she had been in I counted again, and I found there were two short; she chose a particular one, and desired them to cut off a quarter of a yard; while some muslins lay on the counter which she had been looking at, I see her draw something out from the counter while the other man was shewing her the muslins, and removed her gown on one side, and concealed them under her gown, I told my master of it; I then had orders to take no notice of it till she went out; my master desired I would count the muslins over again to see if there were any gone; I made but seventeen pieces of them; when she was gone out we went out after her, and I saw her drop two pieces, I took them up, and gave them to my master; he desired me to go for one of the runners, and then she was committed.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Why should he think I should take it any more than the other two women that were in the shop? - They were not on the same side of the shop.</p>
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<p>I am a married woman, my husband is a cornchandler. I was in the shop at this time, I was getting served at the counter; I see her drop the muslin.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I went to this gentleman's shop, I have dealt there about seven years off and on, my husband is ordered out to sea; I am a weaveress by trade; I have got three children, and a young woman that lived next door to me asked me to make her an apron; work being short I went to this shop, and asked for a bit of muslin; so he took down the muslin, here, says he, here is the muslin; and he says to that young man cut her off a
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<p>Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Are you sure that the young woman from whom these things were taken, is the woman you slept with? - I have no doubt about it at all.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Can you swear to me? - Yes, I can.</p>
<p>Q. It was the other young woman. - No, it was not.</p>
<p>Court. Was there any other woman in the room? - There was not; nor did I see any other till I saw the candle light, there was a woman below where she light the candle when we went in, but that is the woman that I had connection with.</p>
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<p>I am a butcher. In the afternoon of last Thursday, I and Mr. Shifton were drinking together, and he changed a five pound note with me, and I gave him a bad half crown out of a joke; next morning, Friday, between eight and nine I see him go by my shop without any buckles in his shoes, and I went to
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<p>- FOSS sworn.</p>
<p>I saw Mr. Randall give the prosecutor a bad half crown in change of a five pound note, he gave it me into my hand, and he said, now I will have a joke with Mr. Shifton, and he said he would give it him.</p>
<p>Q. Should you know the half crown? - I could not pretend to swear to it.</p>
<p>Q. Should you have a belief about it? - Yes, I think I should.</p>
<p>Jury. Had you it in your hand? - I had not.</p>
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<p>I am a single woman; I am on the town; I went up to Beccy Page's room for a light last Thursday night, or Friday morning, as it was past one o'clock.</p>
<p>Jury. Then this house is full of women of this description? - No, only me and Beccy Page, and that young woman the prisoner. When I went into the room she brought in the gentleman's shoes and buckles, and asked me to take them out; I told her I could not take them out; with that she took them out herself, and put them into her right hand pocket; she said she had got a person in the room, and made use of a very bad expression, and said she would rob him and strip him of every thing; Beccy Page was in the room as well as me, and heard it as well as me; I went home directly, I live at No. 9, both houses belong to one landlady.</p>
<p>Court. How came you to give any account of it? was you taken up? - Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Was any thing found on you? - No, they only came to me as a witness.</p>
<p>Q. How came they to you? - Because I told Mr. Thackary, a shoemaker, in the morning what had happened.</p>
<p>Jury. If you did not live in this room, how came you to go to this house for a light? - I was in Beccy Page's room, she lives in the front room, and the prisoner in the back room of the same house.</p>
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<p>I am a shoe-maker. On the 21st of June, last Friday, I saw Mr. Shifton standing at Mr. Norman's house; says he, my friend, I am robbed; this was about half after six in the morning; I said, who robbed you? says he, I don't know, I wish you would fetch a constable; I said who will go for a constable? accordingly Mrs. Norman let me search the house; says he, I slept in this back room, says I, this is the room that
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<p>Q. Did you hear any thing from any of the girls? - When I came home I saw
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<p>Q. Did you go and give the gentleman notice of it? - I did not; I had not the thought in my head.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Did you see me take the buckles out? - I did; and you took and put them into your right hand pocket.</p>
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<p>I am a constable of Hatton-garden; I saw nothing of the robbery; I apprehended the prisoner on Saturday last in the parish of Clerkenwell, near Clerkenwell Prison; I examined her, and found a guinea and a half in gold, and eleven shillings and six-pence in silver, good and bad; six-pennyworth of copper farthings and half pence; two small shut knives, commonly called pen knives, both clasp knives; fifteen duplicates; but they did not lead to any thing as I have understood; and a box key; I found two half crowns, one bad one.</p>
<p>Court to Shifton. Are any shillings marked? - No.</p>
<p>Q. Can you speak to any half-pence? - No, I can speak to the clasp knife, I know it by the wear; I had it two years, there is no mark particularly, but the person who ground it last put S. or Shipton on it, I don't know which, the maker's name is Charwood.</p>
<p>Jury. Do you swear absolutely to this knife being in your possession? - I do think also I know the half crown; I knew Mr. Randall gave me one, and I believe it to be the same I received of him.</p>
<p>Randall. This is the half crown I gave him positively, it has two or three scratches on it.</p>
<p>Foss. I believe this to be the half crown.</p>
<p>Court to Prosecutor. Was you drunk or sober when you picked up this girl? - I was a little in liquor I believe, I was not very much, I was not so much in liquor but I knew where I was.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Between eleven and twelve o'clock I was walking up Holborn, and another young woman with me, I met this gentleman and a tall thin young lad, and I spoke to the young lad that was with the gentleman, and the other young woman spoke to that gentleman; says she to me, shall we all go home to your room? no, says I, my landlady don't like it. O, says she, she will be in bed. We went to my room, and the gentleman gave me six pence to get something to drink; he did not chuse me, he liked the other young woman best; so I asked him for a trifle more; he gave half a crown and a shilling to get some rum, and I went down stairs, and left the other young woman with him; the other young man went off before we were at the top of the stairs, and said to me let me change hats with him, he is quite in liquor, he will not know it. I suppose this man robbed him, I know he was nothing better that a pickpocket, I suppose he robbed him, and then wanted to get rid of him.</p>
<p>Court to Prosecutor. Was you in company with any other young woman? - I was not.</p>
<p>Q. You went to bed with this woman, did you give her any money, or make her any present? - I did.</p>
<p>Q. Did you give her the half crown? - I don't know that I did.</p>
<p>Q. Do you recollect whether you gave her gold or silver? - Silver.</p>
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<p>Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.</p> </div1>
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<p>I was the officer of the night of Whitecross-street liberty, in the parish of St. Luke's, on Tuesday night; with that about four o'clock we go off from Duty; I live about five doors from the watch-house; just as I turned myself to knock at my door I saw the prisoner at the bar with a flag basket, and heaving it on his shoulder, then his face was towards me; directly he saw me he turned round, and went up a place called Playhouse-yard; I went after him; and overtook him just as he got into Golden-lane, says I, holloo, what have got here? you have been stealing lead; no, says he, I have not; says I, whatever it is I must see it; I knocked my stick against it, he said it was a bit of copper he had found in Mr. Baker's fields; he put it down, and wanted me to take it, and let him run away; for God's sake, says he, do; no, says I, I shall not; I took him to the cage, and went to Mr. Baker's and Mr. Baker sent for a coppersmith, and it was matched.</p>
<p>Q. How far was this from Baker's field that you saw the man with the basket on his shoulder? - Better that a quarter of a mile.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know the man before? - I knew him by sight, I knew him to be a bricklayer, I had seen him before, and he knew me.</p>
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<p>Mr. Baker came to me yesterday morning, and told me he had lost some copper, and some copper was found; I told him if it came off from his houses I could be sure to tell; I went and matched it directly to one of his houses; the nail holes and every thing it fitted exactly with the place where some copper had been put on the house.</p>
<p>Q. Can you undertake to say that that was part of the property that was put on Baker's houses? - Yes, I will be upon my oath it was, it was a gutter.</p>
<p>Q. Was it nailed or fixed on? - It was.</p>
<p>Q. Did you fix it on? - My man did.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see it before it was fixed on? - I have looked at my books, and it answers exactly to the measurement; there had been a part taken before from the house adjoining, the houses were both of a size, and each took a quantity of copper alike.</p>
<p>Q. If I understand you right a part of the copper which had been put on the gutter of one house was taken away, and a part left? - This that is now produced is what was taken from the whole of one house; there had been some taken away from the adjoining house sometime before.</p>
<p>Q. Did you try whether it would fit the gully holes of the other house? - It would not; it did not go the right way for the current of the water; we value it at twenty shillings now; but it will cost Mr. Baker more than two guineas to replace it again.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I found it in the fields laying in three pieces, and that bit of a bag lay by it; and I took it and put it in my basket, and took it away; I work for
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<p>Court to Baker. When had you last seen it on the house? - I had not seen the top of the house for some months, the house was built before Christmas.</p>
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<p>Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice WILSON.</p> </div1>
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<p>Jury. Did you see them all in company before they took the stockings? - Yes, I saw them all together about as far as musquet shot, all coming towards me, they passed by me, and I thought they were going about their own business, they all came back together.</p>
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<p>I was in company with Mr. Lemaire, there were five of us all ecclesiastics of the same house, we walked in the meadows to settle some little matters, this gentleman, Mr. Lemaire, was quietly sitting on the grass, and as soon as we began about our little matters, washing our stockings, &c. three men came past us, and said something we did not understand, and he, who is not taken, seized on a pair of stockings which I held in my arms; I made some resistance, and endeavoured to retain them, but for fear of other violence let them go; the two prisoners did nothing, I returned in dread of ill treatment, one of them pursued me,
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<p>I was sent the next morning to apprehend the prisoners; they were pointed out to me, and I took them to Marlborough-street, and they acknowledged there that the things in the indictment were taken from these gentlemen, and they were sorry for it; we found the prisoners in the same brick field, it is I believe near Manchester-square; I took the short one, and the other officer took the tall one; they were both taken at the same time.</p>
<p>Prisoner Bennet. I was going across the field to go to work, and having had a drop of beer, and the other man coming up took the stockings from this man; I desired him to let him alone, and he would not; I directly went across the field and went to work.</p>
<p>Prisoner Millet. I was going by the side of the field, and the other man took the stockings.</p>
<p>The prisoner Millet called five witnesses, and Bennet one, who gave them a very good character.</p>
<p>Jury to Lemaire. Do you think the men were in liquor? - I don't know.</p>
<p>Coomer. I presume they were in liquor.</p>
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<p>Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before. Mr. Justice BULLER.</p>
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<p>Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice WILSON.</p> </div1>
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<p>Jury. Do you swear positively to him? - I cannot, but I believe; he looked at the second watch, and I reached down the third, which he agreed to give me four guineas for, which watch was laid on the counter; my apprentice standing by removed the other two watches off, and left that on the counter; he then asked to look at a watch chain, he saw three chains, one he fixed on; he then asked for a seal; I asked him gold or gilt? he said, a gilt one; with that I turned myself round to a glass case in order to reach the seals down; the boy took the two which he had not fixed upon to put in the window again; when the boy turned himself about, which he did before I got the seals out, he was gone out of the shop with the watch; the boy turned round and said he is off; with
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<p>Jury. There was no money passed between him and you? - None at all.</p>
<p>Court. I think you told us before you cannot be quite sure as to his person? - I cannot.</p>
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<p>I was going from St. Martin's-court, and coming towards Bear-street, Leicester-fields, I observed a great concourse of people, in the front of them I observed the prisoner, I heard the cry of stop thief! imagining it to be the prisoner, I immediately ran the other side of the way, and seized him; I see several people snatch at him, he himself was calling out stop thief! I immediately seized hold of him, and clapped my hand to his pocket, in his left hand coat pocket I found the watch, and then Mr. Bettesworth came up, and said that he had been robbed, and I took the watch and boy to Bow-street, and have had it in my custody ever since. (Produced and deposed to.) The maker's name is Cole.</p>
<p>Court to Bettesworth. Had you delivered him that watch, or was it on the counter for him to receive when he paid for that, and the other things that he bought? - It was undoubtedly left till he had paid, while we looked for the other things.</p>
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<p>Q. May he not put the same number on another watch? - On my oath I don't think he would.</p>
<p>The prisoner called four Witnesses who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice WILSON.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Had you known him before? - I had not, but I am positive it is the same, he was in the shop for the space of twenty minutes; I shewed him the watch; he did not approve of that watch; he desired to look at another that was marked three guineas, which I shewed him also; he did not approve of that; I shewed him another which was marked three guineas; then he asked to look at a metal watch; the three first were silver watches, I shewed him a metal watch; he did not approve of it; then after some hesitation he agreed for the first I shewed him, for which he was to give three guineas; he desired then to look at a chain; I shewed him two chains, a steel one and a metal one, and he did not approve of either of
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<p>Q. You never found the watch? - Never.</p>
<p>Mr. Hosty. Did you see him take the watch off the counter? - No.</p>
<p>Court. Was there any body else in the shop? - Yes, but not at that part of the shop where the watches were shewn, there were customers pledging, and two or three more people of our own.</p>
<p>Mr. Hosty. How long was he in the shop? - A quarter of an hour or twenty minutes; I was principally engaged with him, I took particular notice of him when I took two of the watches to hang them up; I have no doubt as to his person.</p>
<p>Q. You say you took down five and put up two? - I did.</p>
<p>Q. There were other people in the shop? - They were, but not in that part of the shop, there is a projection in the shop.</p>
<p>Jury. Was there any counter between where the people were pledging and the prisoner? - There was not, there was a partition about the distance of two yards.</p>
<p>Court. Did any of the other people run away? - No.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I was in the shop I own; I went to look at a watch, but when I went out to look for the chain I found I had not money enough in my pocket, and there was an elderly man in a black coat, that went out before me.</p>
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<p>Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice WILSON.</p> </div1>
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<p>Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice BULLER.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Who picked those up in the passage? - My wife. I have got the stockings that were dropped in the passage, and the constable has the rest; I received them of my wife,</p>
<p>Q. Do you know them again? - I do. (Produced and deposed to.) They are new stockings; I deal in them, I know that I bought them by the bills that I can shew for them, and I have my own private mark on them.</p>
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<p>I am the wife of the last witness. I came up and saw the man the prisoner at the bar, come and take them off; I hallooed stop thief! I am sure he is the man, I never let him go out of my sight till he was taken, and brought back again; he ran away when I came up; the stockings lay in the passage till I came up, and I picked them up again; I delivered them to my husband.</p>
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<p>I am the constable; I was sent for to take the prisoner into custody, not being at home, as I past by the watch-house, and seeing a crowd there I went in, I asked if he was searched? they said no; I searched him, and found these two spoons in his breeches, not in his pocket, I unbuttoned his breeches, they were wrapped in a cloth, and I found the shirt in one of his pockets, his right hand pocket I believe; after that he was taken to a magistrate, and committed. (The spoons, shirt, &c. deposed to by
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<p>Prisoner. I had none of them about me, the spoons were found under the bench.</p>
<p>Constable. I took them first of all out of his breeches, and laid them on the bench, and somebody said what a fool to be searched so easy; and I turned round to see who dare say so, and he snatched up the spoons, and threw them under the bench himself.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. I know nothing at all about it.</p>
<p>Jury. At what time did you lend it to that woman? - Between one and two o'clock in the afternoon.</p>
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<p>I had the cloak of Mrs. Bradbury; it was taken from me by the prisoner on London-bridge; he asked me if I had any silver in my pocket? I told him no, I had not; he wanted a shilling or two; this was about half after one to the best of my knowledge.</p>
<p>Q. Was it on the 8th of October? - I do not rightly recollect, it was the same day the woman lent it me, I went from her house with it; he told me he was going to the ship that laid on the Keys, and if I would wait till he came back again he would bring me the cloak back again, and likewise give me a guinea; he asked me for it, and I pulled the cloak off my back and gave it him.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know him before? - No, never saw him with my eyes before. I was hired as a servant by Mrs. Bradbury, and by her desire I went with the man, and I followed him along the street with her cloak on.</p>
<p>Q. Had any thing been said about her cloak? - Yes, he was in the kitchen when Mrs. Bradbury gave it me, and put it on me.</p>
<p>Q. Did you understand he was to raise money on this cloak? - No, he asked me if I had any silver in my pocket? I told him no.</p>
<p>Q. Was he drunk or sober? - I really don't know, he seemed to be sober as far as I believe, he walked very steady; we did not hear of him for two or three days after, and then the cloak was advertized; I have seen it since in Mr. Hall's possession; I don't rightly call to mind what particular time, it was about a week ago or so, I cannot rightly tell.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure it was the same cloak that you gave to the prisoner? - Yes, The prisoner was taken soon after he left me, I did not see him that day; when he was taken he was taken before a magistrate, and I went, and he was committed; I did not see that he was any ways disguised in liquor at all.</p>
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<p>About two o'clock on Friday the 8th of October last, the prisoner was brought into the Mansion House by another officer, on a charge of one Mr. Horne; at that time, I observed something stick out of his pocket, and I searched him, I was attending at the Mansion House, and this cloak was in his right hand coat pocket, I asked him whose it was? he said it was his wife's, she was coming out, and he was to meet her; by order of the Lord Mayor I advertized the cloak; about three days afterwards Mrs. Bradbury came and owned the cloak; I returned the cloak when I heard the man was going to Bedlam; the magistrate persuaded me; but I can swear to the cloak. Whilst he was in the Compter I went to see him, because they said it was not safe for any body to go near him, as he had bit some of the prisoners? (The cloak produced and deposed to.)</p>
<p>Court to Mrs. Bradbury. How long had you been acquainted with this man? - I never saw him before that day; we are bakers, and he came in, and said as we were young beginners it would be of service to us, and we should serve the ship that he belonged to with bread, and if I would send somebody wi