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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="180607020001"/>THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS On the KING's Commission of the PEACE OYER AND TERMINER, AND GOAL DELIVERY FOR THE CITY OF LONDON, AND ALSO THE GOAL DELIVERY FOR THE COUNTY OF MIDDLESEX, HELD AT Justice-Hall, in the Old Bailey, On WEDNESDAY, the 2nd of JULY, 1806, and following Days,
<p>BEING THE SIXTH SESSION IN THE MAYORALTY OF The Right Honourable JAMES SHAW,
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<p>TAKEN IN SHORT HAND BY JOB SIBLY, FOR R. BUTTERS.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>PRINTED AND PUBLISHED By Authority of the CORPORATION of the CITY of LONDON, By R. BUTTERS, 22, Fetter-lane, Fleet-street.</p>
<p>1806</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="180607020002"/>THE WHOLE PROCEEDINGS On the KING's Commission of the PEACE, OYER AND TERMINER, AND GOAL DELIVERY FOR THE CITY OF LONDON.</p>
<p>BEFORE the Right Honourable JAMES SHAW, Lord-Mayor of the City of LONDON; 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 she was brought back did you know whose property the caddy and the desk were. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Was the woman at the bar the person whom you saw the desk taken from. - A. Yes.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-1-person53" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> YOUNG sworn. Q. Do you live with Mr. Williams. - A. I do; I saw the prisoner pass by the door as I was sitting in the counting-house, and as she was going out I went and asked her what she wanted, she said nothing, she had been speaking with the lady; I asked her what lady, she said the young woman, and from something that I saw projecting under her cloak I had some suspicions; I went and enquired of the servants if they had seen such a person, they said no; the first witness then went into the room to see if there was any thing missing; he immediately missed the tea caddy; we then went in pursuit of her, she was brought back to the house, I saw the tea caddy and the writing desk in her possession, and I went with her to the officer.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-1-person54" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. I am an officer. On the 30th of May I was sent for; Bishop and I went to Mr. William's house, I found the prisoner in the yard, and received charge of her and took her to the office; I received the tea chest and the desk at the office from Mr. Mackenna, they were tied up in this apron, which the prisoner said was hers.</p>
<p>Q.(to Mackenna) Did you know them before you saw them in the possession of the woman. - A. Yes, I can swear that they belong to Mr. Williams, they were taken from the back parlour; I missed the tea caddy immediately the alarm was given, I had seen them she morning before, one of the seals in the desk was marked with a W, the other is a wafer stamp; I have no doubt but the whole is Mr. Williams' property.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I leave myself entirely to the mercy of the court; I have four small children, my husband left me quite in distress.</p>
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<p>[The prisoner was recommended to mercy by the jury.]</p>
<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>The case was stated by Mr. Gurney.</p>
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<p>Q. By means of being his servant had he access to your flax. - A. He had whenever he pleased;
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<interp inst="t18060702-2-person70" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> sworn. Examined by Mr. Gurney. I live in Pennington street, Old Gravel lane; on the morning of the 26th of April, between eight and nine o'clock, I went to the prisoner Bastin's shop to sell some rags that came to three farthings; there was an elderly man came in while I was there, in a brown jacket, which is the prisoner Hewson, he wanted to go backward; upon his wanting to go backward, Bastin said to him, she be d - d, never mind her, put it in; Hewson then pulled the flax out of a brown jacket pocket, and put it in the scale; Bastin weighed the flax and gave him a shilling and some halfpence, and Hewson went away; I put my rags in the scale, and before I went Hewson came back and said it was a bad shilling; Bastin gave him another, and Hewson went away again.</p>
<p>Q. Did you immediately after this go to Mr. Elliot's. - A. Yes, and I stopped at Mr. Elliot's while he went to Bastin's, and when he came back he shewed me some flax which I had seen at Bastin's shop.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. How do you get your livelihood, you live in Pennington street, Old Gravel lane. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You was not to be found last session. - A. I was in the hospital.</p>
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<p>THOMAS ELLIOT sworn. Examined by Mr. Gurney. Q. I believe you are a flax dresser, living in Crown court, Wapping. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. On the 26th of April last in the morning, in consequence of any thing that
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<p>Q. You say that these heads of flax were placed in a corner behind the counter, could they have been in that situation from any person throwing them. - A. No, they must have been placed there.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. Your son and his partner went to Hewson's shop. - A. They went directly I came back.</p>
<p>Q. This flax was not your property. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. I suppose this rag shop is like all other rag shops, an open rag shop in the street. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You went in consequence of information that you received from the woman. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You did not take the flax away with you. - A. No, I did not.</p>
<p>Q. Therefore whatever suspicions you had of the flax you left it in his custody. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. How long was it before you returned and sent your son. - A. About three or four minutes.</p>
<p>Q. Then there was time enough for the flax to be removed and taken away - A. I suppose there might.</p>
<p>Q. How long distance do you live from where Bastin lives. - A. About one hundred and thirty yards.</p>
<p>Q. You made no particular mark on the flax. - A. No.</p>
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<p>Q. In consequence of that did you give information to Mr. Yates. - A. Yes, I took it to Mr. Yates.</p>
<p>Q. You afterwards took it to the police office. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. You are a dealer in flax. - A. Yes, very largely.</p>
<p>Q. You so far thought it was your own flax that you took it away from the shop. - A. Yes, I kept it in my own possession till I delivered it to Mr. Yates, it was never out of my possession till I delivered it to Mr. Yates and the officer.</p>
<p>JOHN FOX sworn. Examined by Mr. Gurney. Q. You are a Thames police officer. - A. I am.</p>
<p>Q. On the 26th of April last did you take the prisoner Hewson into custody. - A. I did, about eleven o'clock in the day; I took him first in Mr. Elliot's shop, Mr. Yates was by at the time, he had been brought from Mr. Yates' to Mr. Elliot's; I took him to the police office, I produce the flax.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I believe these three heads are my property and my partners. it is Dutch flax, I have compared them with the other flax I have on Mr. Atkinson's wharf, and they agree exactly.</p>
<p>The prisoners said nothing in their defence.</p>
<p>Hewson called four witnesses, who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>The case was stated by Mr. Knapp.</p>
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<p>Q. You produce the copy of the record of the conviction of the prisoner. - A. I do, I got it from the office of the county of Middlesex, I examined it with the original record. (The copy of the record of the conviction of the prisoner read in court.)</p>
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<p>Q. Were you present when the prisoner was convicted. - A. Yes, I was at Clerkenwell in April 1805, at the sessions there</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure of her person. - A. I am sure of her person, I have known her many years.</p>
<p>Court. You heard the trial. - A. I did.</p>
<p>Q. Did you hear what it was for. - A. I did; I had some halfpence to produce which she had about her at the time she uttered the bad sixpence.</p>
<p>ISABELLA BROWN sworn. Examined by Mr. Knapp. Q. I believe your husband keeps a public house. - A. He does, at No. 23, Poland street, Oxford street.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know the prisoner. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember her coming to you. - A. Yes.</p>
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<p>Q. At what time did she come to your house. - A. A quarter before twelve at noon; she asked for half a-pint of porter, it came to a penny farthing, she tendered me a sixpence, I looked at it, I did not discover it was a bad one at that time, I put it in my pocket.</p>
<p>Q. What had you in your pocket that you put the sixpence into. - A. I had a seven shilling piece and a half guinea only.</p>
<p>Court. Are you sure you had no silver. - A. I had not.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. How soon after you had put the sixpence into your pocket did you see the witness Foy. - A. It was within a moment, I was going to go up the stairs, but had not got up the stairs.</p>
<p>Q. When Foy came in did you shew Foy the sixpence that you had received from the prisoner. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Court. Had you any suspicion of it before you shewed it to him. - A. No, he asked me what the lady gave for the porter, I told him.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. He asked you to shew him the sixpence. - A. Yes, I produced the sixpence to him in a moment.</p>
<p>Q. And then you found it to be a counterfeit one. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Did you keep the sixpence. - A. Yes, I kept it till three o'clock in the afternoon, by itself wrapped up in paper.</p>
<p>Q. Foy went out of the house to apprehend the prisoner. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. At three o'clock in the afternoon what did you do with the sixpence then. - A. I gave it to Foy at Marlborough-street.</p>
<p>Q. Then the prisoner in the mean time had been apprehended, and you attended at Marlborough-street. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You are quite sure that the same sixpence that you received from the prisoner was the same sixpence that you gave to Foy at Marlborough-street. - A. I am quite sure of that.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know the prisoner before. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Have you any doubt of her being the person. - A. No, I was with her half an hour in Marlborough-street, I am sure she is the same person.</p>
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<p>Q. How long have you known the prisoner. - A. About four years.</p>
<p>Q. Did you on this day that we have been speaking of, see the prisoner any where. - A. In Portland-street, St. James's, Westminster, about twelve o'clock in the day; I suspected her, and followed her into Poland-street, she stopped at the corner of Poland-street, in Oxford-street, and put something in her pocket and took something out.</p>
<p>Court. She was putting her hands in her pocket. - A. Yes, for about half a minute, and then walked on again, she turned into the sign of the King's Arms, in Poland-street, at Mr. Brown's, I staid out till she came out, and then I went in and enquired what she had changed there. Mrs. Brown produced this sixpence, she said this sixpence was the sixpence that she had paid her. I produce the sixpence. I rubbed the sixpence on the stairs with my foot, to ascertain whether it was a bad one, and marked it, and desired her to keep it by itself; I then followed the prisoner, and took her in custody, in Marlborough-street, close by the office; she immediately put her hand and took out this brown paper, I suspected she was going to throw it away, I immediately seized both her hands, and took her into the office, where after some time struggling, we got the paper out of her hand, I found it contained two more sixpences, which I now produce, I have had them ever since; I searched her, and found a red pocket book, a new tooth brush, and about thirteen pennyworth of new halfpence, here is six pennyworth of them, and Jackson has got the rest, they were all good copper; we had some discourse who gave charge of her, she said if I liked she need not be prosecuted, I told her it did not rest with me, it was with the gentlemen who conducted the mint, I should take her before the magistrate; at the office I received that sixpence of Mrs. Brown, I have had it ever since; I was in court at Clerkenwell when sentence was passed upon her.</p>
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<p>Q. I will trouble you to look at this sixpence, tell me whether that is good or counterfeited. - A. It is counterfeited, the other two sixpence are also counterfeited, they are mixed with metal, and the brass is to be seen on one of them, they are none of them silver.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I beg for mercy.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. And these trowsers you put under your head. A.Yes, I had them under my head when they came on me; these three prisoners were along with the man that held me; the prisoner that stands outside took the trowsers away from me.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="180607020006"/>Q. What were the others doing there. - A. The young one, when they talked of one another's name, desired no name to be expressed.</p>
<p>Q. When they got the trowsers what did they do next. - A. They went away from where I said and left them, after they had been there a good piece of time.</p>
<p>Q. They took the money and the purse, and left the trowsers, how long had they been doing this. - A. They were about fifteen minutes as near as I can guess.</p>
<p>Q. Were you talking to them. - A. No, the man that held me was hurting me, I struggled to get from him.</p>
<p>Q. Was he a quarter of an hour kneeling upon you. - A. He was near a quarter of an hour, he used very odious expressions.</p>
<p>Q. Was it star light or moon light. - A. It was not moon light, it was very bright.</p>
<p>Q. Could you see their faces. - A. Yes, and the man who held me had a smock frock on, the others were dressed much as they are now, only one of them had not a white jacket on.</p>
<p>Q. Had you ever seen either of them before. - A. I might have seen them.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know whether you had or not. - A. I cannot say, because I was in that place a year before.</p>
<p>Q. Which way did they go when they left you. - A. They went out of the yard over into another yard of the other side.</p>
<p>Q. What did you do. - A. I was gathering up the things I had laying in the hay, they came into the back yard again and went over the meadows, they did not speak a word to me the second time, nor I to them.</p>
<p>Q. Did you follow them. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. When did you give any alarm. - A. As soon as the public house was open in the morning, I told the waiter how I had been used.</p>
<p>Q. When did you see any of the men again. - A. That very morning, at six o'clock, I saw the man that held me.</p>
<p>Q. I am asking of them three men at the bar. - A. I saw them in the back yard the next day, and one of them struck me, that big man; I saw them all four together in the hay yard of the public house where I had been sleeping.</p>
<p>Q. Were they drinking in the house. - A. I saw them there, it was in the yard where they abused me, they came to me and asked me if they had robbed me, I said to the man that held me, these three men robbed me while you held me.</p>
<p>Q. Were they taken into custody at that time. - A. No, they went away to work, they wrought at Mr. Small's that lives just by the side of this place, I went to their master that they wrought with, and they abused me again, that was in the afternoon; I had not a farthing to go to any justice's on the day they robbed me, which was Thursday, but on Monday I went to Bow-street, and got an officer to take them up; one was taken in the same public house, one in his master's-yard, in the same place, and the other between the public house and his master's yard.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ever find your money again. - A. No.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. I presume that you (from your dialect) are an Irish labourer, and when you cannot get work at one place you go to another. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You understand that these men are tried for their lives. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Do you understand there is a reward. - A. I do not know.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath, was not you told that. - A. I was told that I would get for my loss of time.</p>
<p>Q. Is this hay yard a place where Irish labourers sleep. - A. I do not know.</p>
<p>Q. Who slept there besides yourself. - A. There was another man that slept in the hay that saw every thing they did to me.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ask him to assist you in taking up these persons that had robbed you. - A. I did not.</p>
<p>Q. These men were on the spot from the Thursday to the Monday at work there. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Did they take any thing from the other man. - A. No, they spoke to him, he told him there were women enough if they would go to the other yard.</p>
<p>- COX sworn. I am one of the conductors of the patrole at Bow-street. I apprehended Baxter in the tap room, I apprehended Jarrard in Mr. Small's yard, and Althorpe I apprehended in a foot path opposite Mr Small's gate; the prosecutor pointed them out to me.</p>
<p>The prisoners said nothing in their defence.</p>
<p>Jarrard called one witness, who gave him a good character.</p>
<p>Althorpe called one witness, who gave him a good character.</p>
<p>Baxter called three witnesses, who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Prosecutrix. That is my husband's pot.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. A man gave me the basket to take care of while he was going the other side of the way; I went into Mrs. Stewart's house, and had half a pint of beer, I was very dry.</p>
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<p>Q. What does your own family consist of. - A. Myself and child, and my husband; my husband was then away; it is a little house with only three rooms, I had the lower room and the top room; on the 29th of May, about four in the afternoon, I went with my little boy to Bow.</p>
<p>Q. Were the two prisoners in the house at the time. - A. Yes, both of them.</p>
<p>Q. How long were you absent. - A. Till near eleven at night; I locked both my room doors and my box.</p>
<p>Q. When you returned did you return alone. - A. I returned with my little boy and my sister, a young girl; I found the street door open, which Mrs. French the prisoner told me when she came out she would meet me, and would shut my street door; I found, however, the street door wide open.</p>
<p>Q. Any person in the house. - A No, no person, I unlocked my lower room door, I found it locked as I left it, I went in to get some refreshment; after sitting in my lower room about ten minutes, I shut up the street door and went up stairs to put my little boy to bed; when I came up I found the door wide open, I ran down to the street door, and said to my neighbours, come in, somebody is in my top room, and three or four of my neighbours came up directly.</p>
<p>Q. When you got into the room did you perceive any alteration. -
<persName id="t18060702-6-person105">A. Ann Webb</persName> and another gentlewoman ran up with me; I perceived my box wide open, and every thing entirely out of it, without it was a few pieces of paper.</p>
<p>Q. What did you leave in the box when you went out. - A. I left my husband's watch, a silk mode cloak, a pink cotton gown, two cotton shirts, a waistcoat, a silver tea spoon, half a window curtain, a napkin, and three pair of men's stockings. When I went out about three o'clock I went up and changed a gown, I saw all the articles in the box; when I went up stairs to put my gown on
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<persName id="t18060702-6-person107">Brown</persName> the officer, and I informed him of it; she told me she would not go out, she would stay in the next day till I got an officer; she came down about half after five in the morning, she went out several times to the liquor shop; about a quarter before six o'clock Mrs. French went up and dressed herself in a dress that I never saw her in before, she came down (her pockets appeared very bulky), and went to the top of Old Gravel lane, I followed her, and I went to see if the officer was up, she turned round at the top of the lane and threatened to strike me if I followed her; I returned home and fainted away.</p>
<p>Q. Have you found any of the property since. - A. Nothing but my shift in a dirty pan of water in her room the next morning; an Irish woman came with the prisoner's daughter and took a large bundle away, I heard the daughter mention the shift.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Alley.</p>
<p>Q. Had not a Dutchman been in the house that night. - A. We had two Danes that lodged in the house.</p>
<p>Q. You had not left one of them in the house when you went out. - A. No, one was gone on board a-ship, and the other was gone for a week, I had not seen him for two or three nights before.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-6-person108" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. I am a constable belonging to the police office, Shadwell. On Friday the 30th of May Mrs. Bedford applied to me between the hours of eight and nine in the morning, she told me her place had been broken open and she had been robbed; I went to her house with her, I met the woman prisoner in the alley, she was very much in liquor; I told her I was come after her, she said she was very glad of it, I told her to go up stairs and shew me her room; Mrs. Bedford, me, and the woman prisoner went up stairs together; in searching the room, at the foot of the bedstead I perceived some dirty linen, under which was this hammer, there was a large jar stood in the room with a small top to it; in that jar I perceived there was a pair of drawers and some other foul linen; it smelled in such a manner we could not take it out, I kept the hammer in my hand, I told the woman prisoner and Mrs. Bedford to go up stairs before me, that I might see in what manner the room was broken open; I then found the box was broken open with the claws of a hammer; and with the hammer that I have got in my hand; I fitted the claws to the marks on the box, it corresponded exactly in two different places, I then examined the door post, and there was the print of the claws of the hammer there; I brought the box and the woman down stairs: Mrs. Bedford followed us. A gentleman of the name of Palmer came over, he said that is my hammer, he said the woman prisoner borrowed the hammer of him about five o'clock; I told him that hammer had broken open this box. (The box, hammer, and shift, produced.)</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Alley.</p>
<p>Q. Was this conversation in the presence of the prisoner. - A. It was, Mrs. Bedford said she had a shift in such a state she could not well make away
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<p>Q. Then if I understand you right, the shift was in the thigh of the prisoner's trowsers; where did you find the pitcher when you saw it a second time. - A. I saw it in the same place where I had seen it the day before.</p>
<p>Q. You knew the day before there was a shift lost. - A. Yes, but it was in a very awkward situation for me to search for it; there was an Irish woman there, she put her hands in, it smelt so I turned my head round and went to the other part of the room.</p>
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<p>Q. Does that mark you find there correspond with the mark you made. - A. Exactly, and here is also the yellow thread.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Alley.</p>
<p>Q. The Irishwoman was stopped in the pawnbroker's shop. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. The shift when you found it you cut a mark in it, and the prosecutrix made a mark on it, I take it for granted there was no mark before. - A. It was for my satisfaction that she put a mark on it.</p>
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<p>Q. Was her husband with her. - A. No.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you observe whether the outer door was open or shut. - A. It was open.</p>
<p>(The shift identified by the prosecutrix.)</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did you see any of your property there. - A. I saw four gold keys; the officer had them.</p>
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<p>(The property identified by the prosecutor.)</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did she purchase the one you shewed her. - A. She did not; when I was down stairs I heard a noise, I came up stairs, my lad was gone after her, my wife accused her of taking away something that did not belong to her; when she was brought back I sent for Mr. Littlewood, she was searched, and these gold keys were found upon her; my wife had taken the parasol from her before.</p>
<p>Q. Is your wife here. - A. No.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Do you know any thing of the prisoner. - A. Yes, I knew her a good while, she had lodged with me, but not of late; I missed the property last Sunday was a week, I missed a ten pound bank note, three one pound notes, three guineas in gold, these two pieces of flannel, and the napkin; the purse was wrapped up in the flannel, the purse had the three guineas at one end, and the bank notes at the other end, it was in a deal box under my bed on Thursday before the twelfth of June, I had it in my hand and told it.</p>
<p>Q. Who lives in your family besides yourself. - A. Nobody; I heard something which made me suspect her, I went to her room and examined her, she said she knew nothing at all about it, I insisted upon breaking open her box except she would give me the key; with great persuasion she gave me the key, and the first thing that I saw was these two pieces of flannel.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any body with you when you found it. - A. Yes, the man of the house, she said it had been there for a month; I asked her what was become of the money that was in it, she said that I had not a farthing of money in my box; then I insisted upon searching her pocket, she said she would not be searched without I had a search warrant; I can swear to the flannel, I wore it about my legs.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I have been living with this man four years as his wife, these flannels were hanging on the line in the passage, he got up in a passion, and told me he would kick me down stairs: I tore my clothes from off the line and these flannels; they have been in my trunk ever since last May; he was mad and jealous because I was going to marry a Frenchman.</p>
<p>The prisoner called three witnesses, who gave her a good character.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Do you know whether you had your watch in your pocket before that time. - A. I had seen it about five minutes before I laid down.</p>
<p>Q. Were you quite sober. - A. I had drank three pints of beer in the course of the day; the prisoner at the bar came and laid down by me, I felt him draw the watch out of my pocket; he then got up and walked away, I got up and followed him, he had not gone ten yards from me before I catched him by the collar; I think I said, You rascal you have robbed me of my watch, he replied he had not seen the watch, and while I had got him by the collar, he dropped it with his left hand on the ground, and with his right hand he gave me a violent blow on the eye and knocked me down and ran away; I picked up the watch and pursued him to the Red Lion at Brentford; there I delivered him into the hands of the constable.</p>
<p>Q. What was the prisoner. - A. He worked in the garden, I had known him about three months; I produce the watch, I have had it in my possession ever since.</p>
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<p>Q. How was the prosecutor. - A. Quite sober.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. My lord, I hope you will take my case into consideration, as I am poor and friendless; this man will swear my life away; I declare I never saw him, nor do I know any thing about him.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>London Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Are you sure that
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<p>Q. While your arms was so pinioned by Rasberry, did the other run away with the watch. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ever find the watch. - A. No.</p>
<p>Rasberry's Defence. As I was coming along with this young woman, we met this gentleman; I catched hold of him and she catched hold of him, she ran away, and his property I never saw.</p>
<p>Mullins' Defence. I never saw the gentleman.</p>
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<p>London Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>369.
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<p>Second Count for like offence, the property of persons unknown.</p>
<p>The case was stated by Mr. Knapp.</p>
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<p>Q. What tea is it. - A. Hyson tea, just the same as was in that warehouse; the prisoner before the lord mayor acknowledged that he had taken the tea out of a chest at a window on the first floor in that warehouse.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I acknowledge my fault; I maintained my character for seven years in the company's employ; I throw myself on the mercy of the court.</p>
<p>The prisoner called one witness, who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>London Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>DANIEL POWEL sworn. I am a watchman in Queenhithe ward. On Saturday the 31st of May, a little before twelve o'clock, Mrs. Wright gave me charge of the prisoner for using her ill with her tongue in indecent hours; when I took charge of the prisoner she had a basket in her left hand, containing two pint pots belonging to the Golden Lion, Dean street, Soho; when I took charge of her she struggled, I could not take care of her and the basket; she dropped the basket; Mrs. Wright brought it to the watchhouse.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Q. If I struggled with you as you say, and I dropped the basket, would not you have picked up the basket and brought it, and not to let it be brought in ten minutes afterwards. - A. I speak as a man, it was not two minutes before it was brought into the watchhouse.</p>
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<p>Q. Had she any thing with her. - A. She had a basket in her hand when I gave charge of her, I knew it was her basket, I looked upon it to be her work basket, she used to come home with it every day.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I had not the basket, I never saw the basket in my life.</p>
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<p>Q.(to Wright) Is that the basket she had in her hand. - A. Yes; the iron pot is mine; the prisoner rented a ready furnished room of me, I cleaned that pot out when she came into my room.</p>
<p>Q. Had it the appearance of metal at the bottom of it. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. It has the appearance of metal in it now. - A. It has.</p>
<p>(The pots identified by the prosecutor.)</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. All that I can say, I am a hard working woman; I have known Mrs. Wright twenty-four years, we were always good friends together, I know nothing at all about the basket and the pewter pots, nor the iron pot, I do not indeed; my husband is on board a man of war.</p>
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<p>London Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Whereabouts is Lamb farm. - A. Between Kingsland and Hackney. On the 24th of May the prisoner was sent to town on an errand; on the evening of the same day the officer came and told me they had got him in custody. On Monday the 26th I went to Worship street; there was the remains of a spoon shewed me.</p>
<p>Q. Had you a character with him. - A. I had a good character with him.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Bolland.</p>
<p>Q. You say you had a good character with him, during the time he was with you had you any reason to suspect him being a dishonest boy. - A. I had not.</p>
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<p>- VICKERY sworn. After the prisoner was committed, he said he wished he had told the magistrate the truth, he wished me to let him have pen, ink, and paper, and he would write it; I said you had better tell me, because if you write it, I must see it before it goes; then he said his master's name was Young, he lived at Lamb farm, and this spoon was in the hog tub; he took it away and was going to buy his master a new one.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. There is not any mark on the spoon, I cannot swear to it.</p>
<p>The prisoner called one witness, who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q Did you leave any body in your room. - A. Nobody at all, there was
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<interp inst="t18060702-16-person183" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , an aged mother of mine, up two pair of stairs, my landlady was below serving behind the counter; as I was going up stairs, I heard a noise at the latch of my front room door, I heard somebody push against it, I put the key in, I found it was unlocked, I pushed against the door and got in; I saw the prisoner at the bar in the room, with all my property in her apron, I pulled the door to keep her in, I stamped and screamed, and Mrs. Fetton came-up, I said bring somebody to my assistance, I am robbed.</p>
<p>Q. What did you first take notice of that the woman had in her apron. - A. The first thing that saw was a petticoat and a red shawl in her apron, she was standing behind the door to keep me out; I kept the prisoner in the room till I got assistance, Mr. Harris, the publican, came up and she was taken to the watchhouse.</p>
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<p>Q. Had you observed any body go up stairs - A. I had seen somebody going out of my house with an apron full of things before my sister came home.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see any body come in again afterwards. - A. No.</p>
<p>- HARRIS sworn. I am a publican, on hearing the alarm I went up stairs, I saw Mrs. Dufour standing at the door of the room up stairs, she was holding the door; when I went into the room I saw the prisoner standing very near the door.</p>
<p>Q. Did you observe whether she had any thing with her. - A. She had nothing with her when I went into the room, there was a bundle of things laying close by the prisoner's feet, and not being able to procure a constable, I took her to the watchhouse, I saw her searched at the watchhouse, and five silver handled knives and seven silver handled forks, one silver stud, a leather purse, two cruets, a thimble, and seven keys were found in her pocket.</p>
<p>- MORGAN sworn. I am watchhouse keeper, the
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<p>Q.(to prosecutrix) Who does the knives and forks belong to. - A. They belong to
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<p>Q. What are the three shawls worth. - A. They are worth thirty shillings, this petticoat, seven shillings, the two muslin gowns, two guineas, and the other things they are all my property; they were all in the front room. I saw them in her apron.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. I can say no more than I make soldier's coats and waistcoats, I was told by Mr. Matthews, that I work for, to go to this house in Short's Gardens, to enquire for Mrs. Pritchard, as I was coming from these people's stairs I saw an old white handkerchief, and on it lay these white handled knives and forks, I saw a woman whom I supposed had dropped them, that good woman in black came in apparently with some steakes, and before she had been to her room door she called me a blackguard b - h, and said I had robbed her. She was very much in liquor the Saturday night I was committed.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. How many coats did you miss. - A. Three under coats, a great coat, a hat, and a pair of pantaloons, all my own.</p>
<p>Q. Did the man come back again to pay for his lodging. - A. No, he was taken at the Yorkshire Grey, in Eagle-street, and I saw him in prison on the fourth of June, he had then got my pantaloons on, he told me in prison where he had pawned my clothes, the officer heard him.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-18-person198" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. Q. Is that your ticket. - A. Yes, this coat was pawned with me by the prisoner at the bar, I have a perfect recollection of his person, it was pawned on the 31st of May; on the 29th of May another coat was pawned in his name, I do not exactly recollect the pledging of this, I suppose he pledged it.</p>
<p>- sworn. I am a shopman to Mr. Davidson, pawnbroker, Skinner-street; to the best of my knowledge the prisoner at the bar pawned a great coat and a hat at our shop, I remember his bringing the hat, the hat he brought on the 30th, and the coat on the 29th of May.</p>
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<p>(The property produced and identified by the prosecutor)</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I resign it up to the court altogether.</p>
<p>GUILTY, aged 47.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did you on the 27th of May miss any tools. - A. Yes, I obtained a search warrant, and went to his lodgings in St. John-street, Clerkenwell, and there I found the articles in the indictment, he said before the magistrate he was induced to take the things for the one pound note I refused to let him have.</p>
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<p>Court. (to prosecutor) He applied to you for the loan of a one pound note, and you refused it. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>(The property produced and identified by the prosecutor.)</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I worked with this gentleman above a twelvemonth with my own tools; his tools and my tools I carried all in one in my apron sometimes to my apartment, and as we wanted them we fetched them. we used each other's tools, his tools were nothing to me, I did not want to sell them; he called me from the shop, and this gentleman took me; he said, he had found some tools in my room; he knew at the same time some must be in my apartment; I have done very imprudent, owing to his not lending me the one pound note.</p>
<p>The prisoner called three witnesses, who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. What time of the day was this. - A. About eleven o'clock.</p>
<p>Q. Did you find your bread or your basket again. A. No.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. You suffered your bread to remain exposed in the street, you being absent about a quarter of an hour. - A. Yes.</p>
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<p>Q. Where did they come from. - A. I cannot tell, I am a baker, I was enquiring for work; when I was at the end of Hollis street, I saw them again.
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<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. In point of fact you know Hopkins to be a journeyman baker, Hopkins you saw in Hollis street with a basket on his shoulder. - A. Yes, he came close by me.</p>
<p>Q. Could you see what was in the basket. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. How far was the other prisoner from him at this time. - A. He might be perhaps half a dozen yards.</p>
<p>Q. There were more persons in the street besides him. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>- LINDSEY sworn. On the 18th of June I was in Cavendish square with the last witness; I first saw the prisoners at the corner of Mortimer street; Thomas Hopkins had a basket on his shoulder. I saw two quartern bricks in the basket.</p>
<p>Q. How near were they together. - A. One was several yards behind the other.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>377.
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. I was very much in liquor, I did not know any thing about it.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t18060702-22-victim222 t18060702-22-viclabel116"/>. On the 16th of June the prisoner and her husband, her nephew and his wife, came to my shop all together; the prisoner's husband asked me for a pair of boots, and while I was attending him with the boots, the prisoner moved from the side she first stood and went to the other side where this gown hung; a short interval of time after this she went into the passage, I noticed her staying in the passage; then she went out of the street door; I saw no more of her, her husband bought the boots and paid me for them, and went away; immediately they were gone I missed the gown; after they were gone a pug dog returned into the shop, I had observed that dog in the shop when the man was trying the boots on, I looked at the collar of the dog, and
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<p>Q. Did you ever find your property. - A. Yes, I went to this woman's house, I accused her of taking the gown, she after denying it a long time. she opened her drawers and produced the gown; I took possession of the gown and gave her in charge of an officer; I produce the gown, it is mine, there is my private mark on it.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I had drank more than did me good, I did not know that I had the gown, as I sat down I must have taken it up in my petticoats; I told Mr. Kelly as soon as I found it I meant to bring it to him.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>379.
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<p>Prisoner. Them things were never hers in the world.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-23-person229" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. I am an officer; I searched the prisoner's lodging on the 10th of June, No. 23, Grafton street, the prisoner was there at the time; on her person I found a flannel petticoat, which Mrs. Davis identified to be her property, and in the apartment I found, I think it is, seven locks and a gridiron; I found a duplicate of a sheet pledged for half a crown at Mr. Lucas's; there is three pasteboard patterns, I produce them.</p>
<p>(The property identified by the prosecutrix.)</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. The sheet I have had these four years, I bought a pair of them in Cranbourn alley; there is one lock I have had twenty-two years, that gridiron I bought at a sale; there is nothing that belongs to them but the two old pasteboard patterns.</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. I made the sheet myself.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>380.
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<p>Q. What is the prisoner. - A. He is a labouring man. On Tuesday the 4th of June, after I had my dinner at
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<p>Q. Was the prosecutor asleep. - A. Yes, they were both sitting in the tap room, I was standing in the passage, I saw him take the money out, and he dropped two shillings on the floor; when he took his hand out of his pocket I told him then that the young man was picking his pocket.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know the prisoner. - A. No, I never saw him before.</p>
<p>Q.(to prosecutor) Do you know the prisoner. - A. No, when he took the money out of my pocket, he pulled my pocket inside out.</p>
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<p>Prosecutor. I cannot swear to money.</p>
<p>Q. What money had you about you. - A. I had a seven shilling piece, three shillings, two sixpences, and fifteen halfpence, that is exactly the sum I lost.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Q.(to Stevenson) Was not the man in liquor. - A.No, he had only two pints of beer.</p>
<p>Court. Did you see him drop any money on the floor. - A. No.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I am not guilty of the charge that is alledged against me; instead of the prosecutor putting the money in his pocket, he kept it in his hands and dropped asleep, then it dropped out of his hands, I picked it up and put the seven shilling piece in my mouth while I put the other money in his pocket.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>(The paper produced and identified.)</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I leave myself entirely to the mercy of the court.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>The case was stated by Mr. Knapp.</p>
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<p>Q. On the 28th of May did you see any copper weighed. - A. Yes, they were weighed in my presence, one hundred and eighteen cakes of copper, they weighed six ton eleven hundred and odd weight.</p>
<p>Q. They were weighed in Colchester-street on the 28th. - A. Yes, and
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<p>Q. You have seen some copper produced by the officer. - A. Yes, I have no doubt but they are my master's property.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gurney.</p>
<p>Q. What are the names of the parners. - A. There are no other partners than
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<p>Q. Do you remember a quantity of copper being in the yard of Messrs. Morgan in Colchester-street. - A. Yes, I weighed and marked them on the 28th of May last, they were put into different drafts as we weighed them, and there was one hundred and eighteen pigs in the whole; on the next morning I missed them twelve, which was one separate draft.</p>
<p>Q. Have you seen any cakes produced to you by the officer. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Are those cakes that you saw afterwards a part of the cakes that you had marked. - A. I can swear to two positively, and the others I can safely swear to.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-26-person261" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. Examined by Mr. Alley. I am a porter, I was employed by the prisoner at the bar to carry some copper on Monday.</p>
<p>Q. What Monday. - A. I cannot rightly tell the day of the month, I believe I was taken in custody on the 4th of June, it was the Monday before that I was applied to by the prisoner Mr. Levy to carry a piece of copper to Mr. Oakes and Brown's house, Houndsditch.</p>
<p>Q. Where is Mr. Levy's house. - A. In Goodman's yard, Minories. On Wednesday morning the 4th of June I carried two pieces, and in the afternoon I carried another piece, that made four pieces; when I went with the fourth, one of the copper smiths laid hold of me and said I was his prisoner.</p>
<p>Q. From what part of the prisoner's house did you get the copper. - A. From his cellar he gave it me himself.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. Was it the cellar or kitchen. - A. The cellar.</p>
<p>Q. Then on the 2d of June you took one piece to Oakes and Brown's house. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You know a person of the name of Alexander do not you. - A. I know him, but I have no dealings with him.</p>
<p>Q. Was not you employed to carry that copper by Alexander. - A. No.</p>
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<p>Q. What business are you. - A. I am a coppersmith in Hounsditch.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember the last witness, Marks, coming to your house, and with what. - A. I do not, I was not at home at any one of the four times he came with the copper.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gurney.</p>
<p>Q. The name of the person that you agreed with for the copper was Alexander. - A. I do not know his name.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. Did you give any information respecting any copper that you had brought to you to Messrs. Morgan. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>JOHN GRIFFITHS sworn. Examined by Mr. Knapp. Q. I am an officer of Lambeth-street. On Wednesday, the 4th of June, I went to the prisoner's house, Goodman's-yard, Whitechapel; when I went in the prisoner was not at home, I looked over the house and in the cellar I found two copper cakes or pigs; I waited a short time to see if Mr. Levy came home, he did, I then took him in custody, and the cakes of copper, and told him he must go along with me; the next day I took him before the magistrate, the witnesses who are present came and swore to the cakes being Messrs. Morgans property.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gleed.</p>
<p>Q. You examined the pieces of copper, I suppose. - A. I did not notice any marks on them, till I saw them at the office.</p>
<p>Q. Did not the marks on the dresser and the marks on the copper correspond. - A. There were marks on the dresser, but I did not notice them at the time.</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="180607020016"/>Mr. Alley. (to Wilkins) You say you marked some of them pieces of copper that morning. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see these two pieces of copper produced by Griffiths at the office. - A. Yes, they are the marks that I put on them, I am sure of that.</p>
<p>Court. They are both your marks. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Have you the least doubt that these are the two pigs that were in your yard, and were the property of your masters. - A. I have not the least doubt in the world.</p>
<p>(The copper produced and identified.)</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I am innocent of the charge that is alledged against me.</p>
<p>SOLOMON JACOB sworn. Examined by Mr. Gurney. Q. What are you. - A. I am clerk to a merchant in Fenchurch street; I have been twenty-five years clerk to his father and him. On the 4th of June I assisted the prisoner in taking the weight of copper, I occasionally assisted him; the pieces of copper looked to me like lead, he said they were copper, I took the weight and marked it on the copper, and likewise marked it on the dresser with chalk.</p>
<p>Q. Look at one of these pieces and see whether there is any mark which you yourself had made. - A. This one I can take upon myself to say is my mark.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did you secure him. - A. Yes, and I took care of my tea kettle.</p>
<p>Q. Was he drunk. - A. I cannot say, he might.</p>
<p>- COMPTON sworn. I am an officer. On Saturday the 24th of May I was sent for to take charge of somebody, I live about seven doors from the prosecutor; about midway to the prosecutor's house I saw a quantity of people, and the prisoner was standing with this tea kettle I now produce in his possession; the prosecutor gave me charge of him for stealing it.</p>
<p>Q. Was the man rather drunk. - A. He was rather in liquor, he was acute, not very drunk.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I came from on board aship the same morning, I was very groggy the next morning, I did not know nothing of it nor where I was till one of the keepers told me I was in prison; I have been sixteen years in his majesty's service, I came to look after some prize money.</p>
<p>(The property identified by the prosecutor.)</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Were these things your property, or were they only lodged in your house. - A. They came to my house by a porter, to be sent down by the boat to Gravesend, they were in a white deal box, I took it in myself, and put it in a place right opposite to the bar, where we put all the parcels when they come in.</p>
<p>Q. Is that under lock and key. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Your house is a public house is it. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. What day and what time of the day was it when it was left at your house. - A. It was on Friday the 27th of June, between two and three o'clock in the afternoon, I am not sure.</p>
<p>Q. How long was it after that before the box was gone. - A. At twelve o'clock at night I saw it safe, I went to lay down, I got up rather before two o'clock in the morning, I returned into the bar, and I looked for the box and missed it, it was gone.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know any thing of the prisoner at the bar. - A. No, he was not in the house at the time I went to lay down.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your missing it what did you do. - A. I came into the bar, I said to the boy that I had left in the bar, where is that white deal box, he said that there were five men came in and had a pot of beer, they took the box.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ever see the box again. - A. The first time that I see the box again was before the lord mayor; in the course of three quarters of an hour after I had missed it, the watchman came down to enquire if we had got a box going to Gravesend, I told him we had, the box was directed for Mr. Bevan, Gravesend.</p>
<p>Q. Was it booked with you. - A. It was booked with me, I received two pence for the booking and two pence for the porter.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-28-person273" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. Q. Did you bring this box to Mr. Hoglin. - A. I did, a quarter before eight in the evening last Friday, it was directed to
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<p>Q. Do you know the contents of the box. - A. Yes, I packed it.</p>
<p>Q. What was the name of the gentleman that sent this property. - A. Mr. Joiner. (The box produced and opened, and the articles identified,</p>
<p>Q. When did you see the box again. - A. Yesterday.</p>
<p>Q. That was the same box that you delivered to Mr. Hoglin. - A. It was.</p>
<p>DANIEL SCHOFIELD sworn. I live at the Dark House, I am brother-in-law to Mr. Hoglin.</p>
<p>Q. Were you up after Mr. Hoglin retired to rest on the Friday night. - A. Yes, the prisoner came into the house soon after my brother went to bed.</p>
<p>Q. Are you sure the prisoner is the same man - A. I did not see his face, he had a wooden leg.</p>
<p>Q.(to Mr. Hardy) Has the prisoner a wooden leg. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q.(to Schofield) Then a man with a wooden leg came into the house, which you take to be the prisoner; did you see him come in with any body. - A. I do not know, I saw him go up to the fire with four more.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see where this deal box was. - A.It was in a box opposite the bar, under the seat.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see whether the prisoner went to that box or not. - A. No, I did not take particular notice, I saw him go up to the fire.</p>
<p>Q. How far was that box from the fire. - A.There were three more than that before you get to the fire.</p>
<p>Q. You had seen the deal box before. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. How long did this man with the wooden leg stay. - A. He did not stay above half an hour, there were some more people there, they had a pot of beer and half a pint of gin.</p>
<p>Q. Did he drink any thing with them. - A. I did not take that notice.</p>
<p>Q. You did not then observe the prisoner call for any thing, or drink with any other person. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Yours is a house of call for passengers and parcels to go by the Gravesend boats. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Were there any other persons belonging to the Darkhouse with you after your brother retired to rest. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Are you quite sure that you saw the box safe in the tap room after Hoglin retired to rest. - A. I am quite sure it was there when he went to rest.</p>
<p>Q. When Hoglin retired to rest; did you continue in the room all the time. - A. I went up stairs twice, and once in the cellar to draw a pint of ale.</p>
<p>Q. How long were you absent these times. - A. I was not absent above a minute each time.</p>
<p>Q. When did you miss the box. - A. I did not miss the box till my brother got up, he missed it first.</p>
<p>Q. When your brother made the enquiry was the prisoner gone then. - A. Yes, he had been gone about a quarter of an hour when my brother came down.</p>
<p>Q. When did you see the box again. - A. On Monday.</p>
<p>Q. Did you know the box again when you saw it. - A. Yes, I had observed the shape of the box and the direction.</p>
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<p>Q. Do you know the prisoner at the bar. - A. I know him well, I saw him last Saturday morning the 28th of June, about two o'clock in the morning, as I was on duty; the prisoner and another man came up, the watchman saw him first, I was about twenty or thirty yards from the watchman. I was facing the pea market in Leadenhall-market.</p>
<p>Q. Had they any thing with them. - A. The other man who is not here had got the box on his shoulder, I clapped my hand on the box, and said what have you got here, he pitched it down on the stones and said, that man is the proprietor of it, he said it several times over to me in the street; I told him he must go to the watchhouse, the watchman took care of the box, while I took care of the two men till they came to the watchhouse door, then the man that I attacked with the box first ran away; we did not think it judgment to pursue him, we took care of the prisoner and the box; I did not keep hold of the prisoner, he went in voluntary in the watchhouse; he persisted the box was his, and what was in it was his property; I took him to the Counter, there he gave the name of Williams; his name is Wood-house.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you see the prisoner on this Saturday morning. - A. Yes, about a quarter past two I saw two of them come along, the wooden legged man, the prisoner, was behind with his coat off, following the other man with the box; I followed them down to my partner, and I called out stop them; immediately we took them to the watchhouse, the prisoner said he was the owner of the box; in the watch-house he said his name was Williams, at the watch-house he again claimed the box to be his; the other man run away; I looked at the direction of the box after he said his name was Williams; I went down to Darkhouse-lane, and that is the way we found where the box came from.</p>
<p>Q. Do know this man. - A. I have seen him several times before.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-28-person278" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. I am a constable, I was attending in the watchhouse in Lime-street ward.</p>
<p>Q. When the box was brought in did the prisoner claim the box as his. - A. Yes; I asked him what the box contained, he only said it was his box and I might open it.</p>
<p>Q. What name did he give at that time. -
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<p>
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<p>The prisoner called no witnesses to character.</p>
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<p>London Jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.</p> </div1>
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<p>(The indictment was read by Mr. Gleed, and the case was stated by Mr. Alley.)</p>
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t18060702-29-victim283 t18060702-29-viclabel155"/>. On the 10th of June last, returning from Kentish town, I had occasion to purchase some goods at Messrs. Fishers and Wells' in Fleet street; I paid for these articles in a five pound note, I received a two pound note in exchange.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any thing remarkable in the two pound note. - A. There was a shilling difference between the shopwoman and me, I cast it up outside of the note; when I returned home I put the note in a bag, which I generally put the money that I take of Mr. Hall, I placed the bag in a closet in the ware room, I locked the closet door, and put the key on the corner of a shelf (there was other money in the bag which I had received of him); I then went to market; this was about eleven or twelve o'clock.</p>
<p>Court. Had he access to that closet. - A. Yes, he sold medicine when I was out of the way, he was my clerk, in short he was every thing to me.</p>
<p>Mr. Gleed. How long were you absent. - A. I suppose not more than half an hour; in about half an hour after my return I went to my closet, I went to my bag, I observed the notes that I had put in very tight together were shook loose; I then said to Mr. Hall who has been here, have you sold any thing, he said nobody has been here; I then was very warm on losing my two pound note out of the bag.</p>
<p>Q. Are you perfectly sure that the two pound note you received at Fisher and Wells' you put in that bag. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Was that the two pound note that was missing. A. It was.</p>
<p>Q. I do not know whether any thing material passed between you and the prisoner. - A. I do not know any thing particular than I saw he was frightened, Mr. Swinton being there at the time I mentioned it to him; I went to the Mansion house about half past one, I had a coach and I went there very fast.</p>
<p>Q. How soon was the prisoner taken up. - A. Not on that day, it was the next day.</p>
<p>Q. When you returned from the Mansion house to your own house was the prisoner there. - A. He was, not knowing where I had been; on the next day I applied to Weatherfield, I sent him to my house, I told him that was his prisoner, Weatherfield, with Kimber, another officer, searched him.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see any thing found upon the prisoner. - A. I saw the note directly it was found.</p>
<p>Court. You did not actually see them find the note. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Where did the prisoner Hall live. - A.I do not exactly know the number, in the Borough; I attended the search of his house in company with the same two officers, and in a chest of drawers on the first floor I found a silver spoon which belonged to me.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gurney.</p>
<p>Q. You are a dealer in medicines are you. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. What sort of medicines. - A. Dr. Brodum's nervous cordial.</p>
<p>Q. And all Mr Swinton's medicines. - A. I did not come here about that.</p>
<p>Q. I must question you about that although you do not like it, you succeeded Mr. Swinton in business. A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You sell Dr. Brodum's cordial, and all Mr. Mr. Swinton's medicines. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. He had the misfortune to become a bankrupt lately. - A. Yes, the commission took place after Christmas.</p>
<p>Q. How long have you lived in the house before that. - A. Last March was a twelvemonth.</p>
<p>Q. Then you lived there nine or ten months before you commenced business. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. A partner in the business. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Never a partner, were you housekeeper to him. A. No, nothing to him.</p>
<p>Q. Only in the same house - A. No, in the adjoining house, he lived at 45 and 1 at 46; I lived three years before that with Mr. Swinton, I was his housekeeper six months.</p>
<p>Q. When you missed this two pound note you were very angry. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You told him you had lost a two pound note, and we were told while you were out of court that he absconded, whoever said that told a falsity. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. No fault of yours; you went to the lord-mayor that day. - A. Yes, I did not see the lord-mayor, here was nobody at the mansion house nor at Guildhall, the next day I got an officer.</p>
<p>Q. When the officer came in the room where was the hat laying. - A. It was laying very close to where he was, I cannot say that I saw it there, it was not found till some minutes after the officers came.</p>
<p>Q. Was not Mr. Swinton there. - A. He was there when the officer was there.</p>
<p>Q. Do not you happen to know that Mr. Hall is a principal witness in support of Mr. Swinton's commission of bankruptcy. - A. I do not know that.</p>
<p>Q. Is that as true as all that you have told us. - A. Certainly.</p>
<p>Q. Is there no communication from a door between the two houses. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Is there a communication between the two yards. - A. There was not at the time Mr. Swinton lived there, but since December last there has been a communication; I have the use of the yard since Mr. Swinton left it.</p>
<p>Q. Does not Mr. Swinton live in one of the houses now. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Have not you kept out of the way to avoid appearing before the commissioners of bankrupts respecting Mr. Swinton's debts. - A. I have not.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know that the young man has given information to the assignees of Mr. Swinton's concealing
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<p>Q. Do you mean to say that you never heard that he gave information of that. - A. I have heard it about a week or a fortnight back, I believe it came from his own mouth.</p>
<p>Q. No, it came from better mouths than either his or yours; this young man was your clerk at Christmas, and from then you would have us believe that Mr. Swinton had nothing to do with the business; upon your oath did not Mr. Swinton settle the accounts with him from Christmas last. - A. No, never, except it might be a week or two I was out of town, and then Mr. Swinton gave it to me.</p>
<p>Q. You have given a large sum of money for this situation, what situation have you been in before this. - A. I have been a housekeeper to Mr. Swinton, not because I was obliged to do it.</p>
<p>Q. Who do you pay the rent to. - A. To Mr. Emden of Furnival's inn.</p>
<p>Q. The prisoner went away from his business on the Tuesday and came again on the Wednesday. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. At which time the officer took him, was Mr. Swinton there when the note was found. - A. Not exactly, he was as near as me.</p>
<p>Q. He had been in the room with the officer. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. What time of the day was it. - A. I suppose about half past nine in the morning.</p>
<p>Court. Had Mr. Swinton been in the room before the note was found in the hat. - A. No, I was the first person that went into the room when the officer came, Mr. Swinton was in the house at that time.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. Hall had left your house on the Tuesday night, at his usual time he came again the next day and brought the note which you charge him with taking in his hat. - A. Yes.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-29-person284" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. Examined by Mr. Alley. I am a sheriff's officer. On the 10th of June Mr. Swinton desired me to assist Kimber in taking the prisoner into custody; we apprehended him in Mr. Swinton's house in Salisbury square.</p>
<p>Court. You say at Mr. Swinton's house. - A. That is where they fell the Daffy's elixir.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. What part of the house was he in when you took him in custody. - A. He was in the front parlour.</p>
<p>Q. Who was in the front parlour besides you and Kimber and the prisoner. - A. Mr. Swinton and Mrs. Kerslake.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see him searched. - A. I did, there was a two pound bank note found in his hat, the hat was upon a box about two yards from where the prisoner sat, Mr. Swinton called me out of the room and told me to search him closer, for he was sure he had not time enough to make away with it, he had not time enough to pass the note away.</p>
<p>Q. You have got a paper in your hand, is that the note you found in the hat. - A. It is.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gurney.</p>
<p>Q. Who was it that fetched you on Tuesday evening. - A. Mr. Swinton came on the Tuesday, I was out, he came again on the Wednesday morning.</p>
<p>Q. You and Kimber proceeded to search the prisoner. - A. Yes, we found him in the parlour and Mr. Swinton, we searched him.</p>
<p>Q. I dare say when Kimber and you were searching him, you were very attentive to what you were about. - A. We were.</p>
<p>Q. And being attentive to what you were about, you did not keep your eye upon the hat. - A. We did.</p>
<p>Q. You went out of the room before you found the note in the hat; while you and Kimber were searching who was attending the hat. - A. I did.</p>
<p>Q. You did not stand watching the hat as I stand watching my bag. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. After he was searched Mr. Swinton took you out of the room, and said, I know he has not had time to pass it away. - A. Yes, and he said he suspected it was about the hat.</p>
<p>Q. And then he came with you, who was it that suggested first upon looking into the hat. - A. It was me, the hat was laying with the open part upwards, I searched the hat first of all between the hat and the lining, then I saw the leather which is over the lining, I put my finger there and the note came out.</p>
<p>Q. It would not take long putting in there you know. - A. I cannot say nothing about that.</p>
<p>Q. It was put snug there, so that it could not be perceived by the wearer. - A. It could not he perceived by any body.</p>
<p>WILLIAM KIMBER sworn. Examined by Mr. Gleed. Q. What are you. - A. I am constable of the city of London.</p>
<p>Q. On the 10th of June were you called upon to attend at Mrs. Kerslake's house in Salisbury-square. A. I do not know whose house it was, I went to No. 46, at the shop where Daffy's elixir is sold, I searched the prisoner and found nothing on him.</p>
<p>Q. At the time that you began searching the prisoner what persons were in the room. - A.Mr. Swinton, Mrs. Kerslake, Weatherfield, myself, and the servant maid; I was present when the hat was searched, I saw the note pulled out by Weatherfield; the same persons were present when the hat was searched; I took the prisoner to the Counter, I then went to the prisoner's house 250, Bermondsey-street, Mr. Swinton, Mrs. Kerslake, and Weatherfield went with me, we searched his house, and in a room up stairs in a chest of drawers we found a silver table spoon, I presented the spoon to the lady, and afterwards I gave it to Weatherfield.</p>
<p>Q.(to Weatherfield) Did you receive the spoon from the last witness. - A. I did, I produce it.</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. It is my spoon, we had a careless servant, she used my spoons in the kitchen in the common way, she notched the edge of it; and this is the note I received at Messrs. Fishers's and Wells, I observe here is some casting up at the back of it.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. There is no mark on the spoon, there is no cyphers nor crest, you cannot swear to the spoon, because your cook stirred the pot with it you are not the only person that has had a careless servant that used a spoon in that way, how long had you missed this spoon. - A. About three months.</p>
<p>Jury. We do not find any notch on the spoon.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. (to Kimber) When you searched the prisoner you found a pocket book, have you got the
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<p>Q.Upon your oath did not you give it to Mr. Swinton or to Mrs. Kerslake. - A. I cannot say.</p>
<p>Weatherfield. He gave it to me, I gave it back to the prisoner.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you take out all the memorandums, and give them to Mr. Swinton. - A. I gave two memorandums to Mr. Swinton, he said it was his weekly accounts; Mr. Swinton took them.</p>
<p>ANTHONY DAFFY SWINTON sworn. Examined by Mr. Alley. Q. Were you present at the time the prisoner at the bar was searched at Salisbury-square. - A. Part of the time I was, I partly saw him searched.</p>
<p>Q. During the time that you was there was any thing produced by either of the officers as being found upon him elsewhere. - A. There was a paper containing a copy of weekly accounts in red ink of Mrs. Kerslake's, I gave it to Mrs. Kerslake.</p>
<p>Court. (to Mrs. Kerslake) Have you got it here. - A. No, I believe I have destroyed it; it was only figures in red ink.</p>
<p>Mr. Swinton. He has been in the habit of keeping the same account with me.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. Did you desire the constable to take up the hat. - A. I did not to my recollection, nor any body else in my hearing.</p>
<p>Q. Was there a note produced. - A. There was a note produced in the parlour; I do not recollect seeing it found; it was shewn to me after it was found.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath had you ever seen that note before it was produced to you by the constable. - A. I never had.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. When did this happen. - A. I am not quite perfect as to the day, it was on the 11th I believe.</p>
<p>Q. You had been in the house on the 10th. - A. I believe I had.</p>
<p>Q. Do you not know that you had. - A. I am not certain, I must have been there.</p>
<p>Q. I know you must have been there. - A. I had been there because I went over the water with Mrs. Kerslake to the Borough.</p>
<p>Q. What time were you there. - A. I was there in the morning, at noon, and in the evening.</p>
<p>Q. And by accident you was there the next morning. - A. I was there expressly for the purpose the next morning.</p>
<p>Q. Then it was not by accident you were there the next morning. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. I suppose you told the officer to search, and you, and Mrs. Kerslake retired to another room. - A. I called them out and told them to be particular in searching, for one grand reason, because I knew him to be a very artful man.</p>
<p>Q. When was it Mr. Swinton that you had the misfortune to become a bankrupt. - A. It was sometime in March that the commission was issued.</p>
<p>Q. You were anxious to get the commission superseded. - A. I do not know whether I am obliged to give you an answer, if his lordship orders it I shall.</p>
<p>Court. Do you not know that Hall had given an unfavourable account of you on the 10th of June. - A. I knew it on the 11th when his house was searched.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. Perhaps you do not know that Mr. Hall had given any information of your concealing your property. - A. I did not at that time; I knew it on the 11th, I traced it by a letter to Mr. Hindman, and also a letter to the solicitor of the stamp office, wherein Mr. Hall had given information of Mrs. Kerslake selling medicines without stamps, whereas he had concealed these stamps.</p>
<p>Q. How long has this been Mrs. Kerslake's house. - A. I think she took it of Mrs. Steele, who was a tenant of mine.</p>
<p>Q. You have visited this young man in Newgate. - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. In the Counter then I suppose - A. I did, twice.</p>
<p>Q. Now, Mr. Swinton, I ask you this question, attend to the question, and give a deliberate answer, did you upon either of the occasions upon your visiting him in the Counter, tell him that you would forbear prosecuting him, provided he would sign a paper tendered by you to him, respecting all that he had sworn, denying what he had sworn before the commissioners. - A. I never said any thing to him, he put the question to me, he asked me to forfeit my recognizance, I said how can you expect that of me when you have acted so unjustifiable; I never did tender a paper to him, I sent my son with a paper for him to sign, but without any conditions annexed to it, my counsel has the paper at this moment, my son brought it back unsigned. (A paper handed to the witness.) That is the paper. (The paper read, in court, and two letters sent by the prisoner to the witness.)</p>
<p>Q. Then you wanted this man to sign a paper that he had been guilty of perjury, without holding out any promise whatever. - A. I did.</p>
<p>Q. You told me that Mrs. Kerslake took this house last May twelvemonth, of Mrs. Steele, who was a tenant of your's, who paid the rent of that house. - A. The two last half years she has paid the rent to Mr. Emden of Furnival's-inn.</p>
<p>Q. Do you mean to tell me, upon your oath, that Mrs. Kerslake has ever paid you any rent for that house, to you bona fide payment, aye or no; I am asking about the rent of that house she took of Mrs. Steel, whom you say was your tenant, while Mrs. Steel was your tenant she was to pay it to you; has Mrs. Kerslake paid you any rent. - A. No, she has paid it to Mr. Emden, who purchased the house of me, I did not wish it to he known, I disposed of it to Mr. Emden, about two years ago.</p>
<p>Q. Did not you direct Weatherfield to search the hat. - A. I desired him to search his hat, his neckcloth, and every where else.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you accompany your father to the Counter. - A. I did.</p>
<p>Q. Was the prisoner Hall there. - A. He was.</p>
<p>Q. Was any thing said by your father to induce Hall to make the communication, whatever it might be, that was made. - A. No.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="180607020021"/>Q. Was that communication, whatever it might be, afterwards reduced to writing. - A. It was, I heard the communication made by Hall, and what was reduced to writing was the communication made by Hall in my presence, as near as possible, word for word.</p>
<p>Q Is this the paper. - A. It is, I took it to Mr. Hall, I asked him whether he would swear to the contents of this paper; he read it over and said he had no objection, except at the beginning something about Mrs. Kerslake, he said my father ought to come himself, and then he would have done it.</p>
<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Gurney.</p>
<p>Q. Without any sort of promise made by your father, he opened his mouth and said all this. - A. No, he began crying when my father went in, and said how good a master he had been to him.</p>
<p>Q. You did not ask him to sign it. - A. No, I only asked him to swear to it, I wanted him to write it down, I did not want him to copy that, but to write it out of his own head.</p>
<p>Q. He said he would swear to it if your father came. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You did not tell your father that he had refused to sign it. - A. No, I told my father if he would go he would do it, I never asked him to sign it, but to swear it when he had writ it over.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. My observation to that is, that it is all false. When I was in the Poultry Counter I wrote to Mr. Swinton to come there, that was only to know from him what he had put me there for; at that time I never knew what it was for. On Tuesday morning Mrs. Kerslake had been out twice, once she went out to market, she put some money in a canvas bag, which Mr. Swinton bought for the purpose during the whole time I settled the books with him, and she was put out of the way that she should not be subpoena'd; I said to Mrs. Kerslake I do not think you have lost the two pound note, Mr. Swinton said, no d - n her, she has not lost the two pound note no more than you have; about half an hour after that he said, will you go up and look for Dr. Brodum's day book, he said you had better take off your coat you will dirty it; I thought he was making fun of me, it was an old coat, I would not, I was going up, he said stop till my son Anthony comes in; then he sent me down to fill some bottles with Dr. Brodum's medicines, when Mr. Swinton said I might go home early that evening if I liked, as he had some gen-men coming there, consequently I went home about six o'clock that evening; the next morning I went in at the back gates (there is a communication made backwards to convey the goods from one house to the other, neither is the business at this time Mrs. Kerslake's no more than it is mine; Mrs. Kerslake keeps false books to shew the commissioners, which she has shewed me), when I went in that morning I laid my hat down, he (Swinton) said, Mr. Hall you had better go down and fill some nervous; before I had done that, he said to me, have you written out these false accounts to give the assignees, I said I have not, he said will you be so good as to write them out now, I made half a dozen pens out of some quills, I said to Mrs. Kerslake will you have the goodness now to let me have the writings to copy, she said I should have them presently, she walked out again, I sat down for about twenty minutes or half an hour, she came to the door herself with two constables, she says there is your prisoner, I give you charge of him; they searched me, and while I took off my coat Mr. Swinton tapped the officer on the shoulder, took him out in the passage and came back again, he says where is your pocket book, I gave them the pocket book, they took out a paper containing an account of what I I had received and paid, after that he tapped the man on the shoulder again, and took him out, and when he came in he said where is your hat, I said that is my hat, with that he took hold of my hat, takes out a paper, he says this is it, and took and gave it to her, he then asked Mrs. Kerslake what the note was.</p>
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<p>Q. What are you. - A. I am a gentleman's servant, I have the care of Mr.
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<p>Q. You say you was in the Counter at the same time that Mr. Hall was there, do you remember Mr.
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<interp inst="t18060702-29-person288" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> coming there. - A. I do, on the 12th of June I heard him say if he would sign a paper on his bankruptcy, he would not come against him, he then treated the prisoners with two gallons of porter, I was one among the rest; he gave the turnkey seven shillings, and what remained out of that he gave the prisoner at the bar; I saw Mr. Swinton there more than four times.</p>
<p>Q. Were you tried here yesterday. - A. I was for a rape, and I was acquitted.</p>
<p>The prisoner called five witnesses, who gave him a good character.</p>
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<p>London Jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Could you see your own door when you stood there. - A. Yes, all the time; the prisoner returned and went into the shop while I was over there, and before I crossed the road he came out of the door, tucking something under his coat, and he was buttoning it; I knew he had robbed the shop, I ran round the corner of St. James'-street after him, but seeing I could not overtake him, and my having left the shop, I returned back again.</p>
<p>Q. He was not taken then. - A. No, a very few minutes after that Mr. Trayner came in, I told him the shop had been robbed, he looked about to see what he had lost, he missed the cloth and the nankeen; after that, in the afternoon the prisoner came again, I wished very much to accuse him of the robbery, Mr. Trayner prevented me, he said he wished to speak to the gentleman about it, sir
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<p>Q. When you went over the way you left the shop, are you sure that nobody went into the shop besides the prisoner. - A. Nobody went in but him.</p>
<p>Q. Were the things ever found. - A. No.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. This woman now says that it laid on the counter; at Bow-street she said it laid on a board in the window; after sir
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<p>Another Count for like offence, the property of persons to the jurors unknown.</p>
<p>The case was stated by Mr. Gurney.</p>
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<p>Q. On the 5th of June last and some time before, had the prisoner Hind been their servant as an
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<p>Q. In consequence of any thing that had passed, did you pay any attention to Hind on the 5th of June last. - A. I did, I met him on the stairs about two o'clock on that day, leading into the printing office, I saw his coat pockets were very full of something, I passed him without taking any notice whatever, I told a lad of the name of
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<interp inst="t18060702-31-person310" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> to follow him, he did, and returned again in a few minutes.</p>
<p>Q. In consequence of what he said to you did you and Mr. Preston go immediately to Hatton Garden police office. - A. Yes, we procured a warrant, and went immediately to the house of Mrs. Taylor in Field lane.</p>
<p>Q. How near is that to the office. - A. About a quarter of a mile.</p>
<p>Q. What time do you think had elapsed from your seeing Hind on the stairs, to your arriving at Mrs. Taylor's. - A. Near an hour, the officer Trott accompanied us.</p>
<p>Q. Did you find any thing at her house. - A.We found some types melting in a ladle on the fire, the woman's son was melting them.</p>
<p>Q. Was she in the house when you found them. - A. She was in the front shop, the types were melting in a back place up a few steps.</p>
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<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Knapp.</p>
<p>Q. I understood you first of all to say the house of Mrs. Taylor, you know that she is a married woman, and that Mr. Taylor her husband keeps the shop. - A. Yes</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-31-person314" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. Examined by Mr. Gurney. Q. You are an officer. - A. Yes; on the 5th of June I went to the house of Mrs. Taylor, in company with Mr. Preston and Mr. Moore.</p>
<p>Q. It is stated that her husband keeps the shop. - A. I believe it to be so, I found her in the front shop.</p>
<p>Court. Was her husband at home. - A. He was not, I asked first of all Mrs. Taylor whether Mr. Taylor lived there, her answer was yes, I then asked her if she had purchased any types of a boy, she said no, I then asked her if her husband had purchased any, she said no, that he could not, for he had been out a great while (some hours); I then told her I had a search warrant and I must search the place; there was three gentlemen went with me and a brother officer, I told them to let nobody go out of the house; I then went backwards into a place where I knew there was a forge, a boy was making up the fire, I believe it to be Mrs. Taylor's son, and these letters were laying on the side of the fire.</p>
<p>Q. First of all what is that that is in the ladle. - A. Types partly melted, and some fresh, these were on the top of the ladle, this piece of iron was to keep them down in the bowl; Mrs. Taylor came into the shop where the forge was while I was there, I asked her how she could tell me that falsity that she had not purchased any types of a lad; she then told me she had purchased them of a lad, and she was afraid of saying any thing before; I asked her how much she gave for them, she said there was twelve pounds, and she gave three halfpence a-pound; I then directed my brother officer to take care of her, I went into the front shop again, and at the end of the scale I picked up these few more types, I took her to the office; I went to Hind's mother, I could not find
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<p>Cross-examined by Mr. Knapp.</p>
<p>Q. I understand that you know this woman is a married woman. - A. I believe her to be married, I knew her husband, he lives there.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-31-person315" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> sworn. Examined by Mr. Gurney. Q. You are a police officer. - A. Yes, I apprehended the prisoner Hind, near his mother's house in Bowling-green-lane, Clerkenwell; when I brought him from the House of Correction, before he was fully committed, he informed me that he had been to Mrs. Taylor's four times, and at the time he sold these types she was to give him one shilling and sixpence, I understood there was only nine pound, and she was to give him two pence a pound.</p>
<p>Prisoner. I told him that I had only been there three times.</p>
<p>(The property produced and identified.)</p>
<p>The prisoners left their defence to their counsel.</p>
<p>Hind called one witness, who gave him a good character.</p>
<p>Taylor called eight witnesses, who gave her a good character.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>The case was stated by Mr. Knapp.</p>
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<interp inst="t18060702-32-person324" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> POWELL sworn. Examined by Mr. Knapp. Q. You conduct for Mr. Bernard, the solicitor of the Mint, all these prosecutions. - A. I do, I produce a copy of the record of the conviction of
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<p>WILLIAM BEEBY sworn. Examined by Mr. Knapp. Q. You are clerk to Mr. Newport the keeper of the New Prison, Clerkenwell. - A. I am.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know the prisoner at the bar. - A. Perfectly well.</p>
<p>Q. Were you in court in April Sessions, 1805, holden for the county of Middlesex. - A. I was.</p>
<p>Q. Were you present when she was convicted. - A. Yes, and when she received her sentence; she was tried for uttering bad money, and convicted to be imprisoned for one year, I am thoroughly convinced of her person.</p>
<p>JOHN SWEETING sworn. Examined by Mr. Knapp</p>
<p>Q. You serve in the shop of Mr
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<interp inst="t18060702-32-person326" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . - A. I do, he lives at No. 133, Ratcliff-highway. In June last the prisoner at the bar came to buy a piece of print for a gown, I cut her off six yards at eighteen pence a yard, for which she gave me nine shillings in silver, which I found fault with, I thought it was not good, I told her so, I told her to wait two or three minutes and I would look at it; I got over the counter and looked at it immediately and I shewed it to Mr. Markhan, he said it was not good in her presence, it all appeared to be of the same coin; Mr. Markham said he would detain the money, and likewise her, she burst out into tears, and an officer was sent for.</p>
<p>Q. You parted with the money to Mr. Markham. - A. I did, I gave him the same nine shillings I received of the prisoner.</p>
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<p>Q. You remember seeing the prisoner in your shop in the month of June last. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember receiving the money of the last witness, Sweeting. - A. Yes, I looked at them, I thought they were all bad, I detained her, kept the money, and sent for an officer, I delivered the money and the prisoner into his custody.</p>
<p>Q. Did you observe any thing particular about the money. - A. There were some letters and some wax in lumps over all the money; I kept the money in my hand till I gave it to Hewitt the officer.</p>
<p>WILLIAM HEWITT sworn. Examined by Mr. Knapp. Q. You are one of the officers of Shadwell police office. - A. I am.</p>
<p>Q. You were sent for, we understand, by Mr. Markham. - A. I was, I had nine shillings given me by Mr. Markham; I searched the prisoner, and found upon her a base shilling, a good sixpence, several halfpence, a new pewter spoon, and a child's little earthen pot; I produce them, I asked her where she bought the spoon, she said that she bought them for the purpose of taking them to a relation of her's who was in the hospital; I asked her how she came by the money, she said she had taken it of a strange person last night, I told her I must take her in custody, which I did; I have kept the one base shilling separate from the nine shillings.</p>
<p>Q. Did there appear any thing on the surface of the shillings at the time that you took them from Markham. - A. A kind of wax was all over them in
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<p>MR. NICOLL sworn. Examined by Mr. Knapp. Q. You are a monier of the mint, look at these nine shillings, and tell me whether they are good or bad. - A. They are all bad and counterfeit, by rubbing them the brass is perceptible to any one: they appear very much alike.</p>
<p>Court. Do you know what the wax is upon them for. - A. To take the glare off, to deaden the white.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. I now put into your hand the shilling that was found in her pocket. - A. This is also a bad one, it is very much like the others.</p>
<p>Q.(to Mr. Powel) You have been examined upon these cases a great number of years. - A. I have.</p>
<p>Q. Are you acquainted with the effect of this wax, or whatever it is, that is put upon the surface of them. - A. It takes off the bright appearance from the silver, and makes it appear to be in a state of circulation; I particularly noticed it on them when they were first examined, and there is some on them now.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. (read in court) My lord, I humbly beg your lordship will take these few lines into your kind consideration, of the hardships of an unfortunate orphan, for so I may call myself, having no mother, and my father having left me to God and the wide world, for when I went to him thinking to find a home, he cruelly told to go on the town and to get my living as I could; unfortunately for me, when I was turned from his door I met with a gentleman who gave me twelve shillings, which to my misfortune were bad; having no gown but one I had borrowed, I thought I would buy one with the money he had given me; I bought the gown of the shopman, the master was not there, after I gave him the money he took it to some gentlemen that were in the back parlour, and after that he took it to the others that were at the door; I hopeyour lordship will take pity on my tender age, and my being entirely inexperienced in the world, and my great distress, being entirely without friends; upon my bended knees I humbly beg you will shew me mercy, and save me from utter ruin.</p>
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