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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="181007180001"/>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 18th of JULY, 1810, and following Days;
<p>BEING THE SIXTH SESSION IN THE MAYORALTY OF The Right Honourable
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<p>TAKEN IN SHORT-HAND BY JOB SIBLY, FOR R. BUTTERS, No. 117, ALDERSGATE-STREET.</p>
<p>LONDON:</p>
<p>PRINTED AND PUBLISHED (BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON By R. BUTTERS, No. 22, Fetter Lane, Fleet Street.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="181007180002"/>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
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<p>London Jury.</p>
<p>
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<p>First Middlesex Jury.</p>
<p>
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<p>Second Middlesex Jury.</p>
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<note>[Text unreadable in original.]</note>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-2-off7 t18100718-2-crimeloc9"/>. On the 10th of July the shirt was taken from a line at the first floor window, it was hanging there to dry. Immediately I heard a noise in the street I went to the door and missed my shirt, and then I heard the prisoner's door go. The prisoner lived next door to me.</p>
<p>Q. Was this line hanging across the street - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Could it not fall off - A. I cannot say; there were some few trifling things hanging there; it hung low, he might jump up and take it off with his hand; every thing else remain on the line.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-2-person60" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am an officer. On the 11th of July, in the morning. Lee told me of the loss of his shirt; I went to the prisoner's lodgings, I saw him come out and go into Carpenter-street, I called to him and asked him if he had not got this man's shirt about him; he said no, he had not; I told him I thought he had, and I would take him back to his lodgings and see if I could not find it; he said. I was welcome to search. I thought his hat did not set so well as it should, I took his hat off, and I found the shirt in his hat.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I found the shirt in the street; I did not take it from the line.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. What was the name of the court - A. I do not know; it was a different court. They opened the door and we went up stairs; we looked into one room where there were some young women; the young women cried out, is it me; I knew it was not them. We went into another room and found her in bed; she then said she had never been out that night; no notes were found upon her.</p>
<p>Q. Had you taken any personal liberty with her - A. No; there were no more words passed than what I have spoke to you; she did not speak a word when she put her hand in my pocket, and she had her hand out so quick I could not stop her.</p>
<p>Q. Did you search the room where you found her in bed - A. Yes; the bed and the room was searched; we found no notes. I was perfectly sober. I had been to Knightsbridge barracks to see my brother-in-law's brother. I had only a share of a pot of porter that afternoon.</p>
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<p>Q. Were in the Strand on the 17th of June - A. No; I was going home; I came out of a public house in New-round-court, I heard the prosecutor call out watch; the prisoner ran away, went into a house, and shut the door. We went and got a constable.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-3-person68" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a watchman in St. Martin's. On that night, at eleven o'clock, I was coming up the Strand, I heard a calling out watch; I made up to it, and the prosecutor charged the prisoner with robbing him of three one pound notes. The prisoner ran away; I followed her to the door that she ran into, where I knew her to lodge; the door was made fast.</p>
<p>Q. Then you knew her person before - A. I did; I am sure the prisoner is the person that ran away.</p>
<p>Q. Were there any other people present when he charged her with picking his pocket - A. Yes, five or six; some men, and some girls of the town, were in the court.</p>
<p>Q. Did you get in the house - A. The door was made fast as soon as she went in; I advised them to go to the watchhouse and to bring the constable of the night; they did; the constable came and ordered the door to be opened; it was opened; we went in the house and found the prisoner in bed.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-3-person69" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am the keeper of St. Martin's watchhouse. The prisoner was brought to the watch-house, and what the prosecutor has told your lordship, he told the magistrate the very same.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. When I came out into the court I saw the prosecutor, he was intoxicated; he had two women by the side of him, and he was crying; he came to me just as I was going in doors, he said I had three one pound notes in my pocket; these women were after taking them out. I went in doors and came out again; there were six or eight women outside of the door; them I saw a piece of paper on the pavement, one of them stooped and picked it up; I went up stair
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<p>GUILTY, aged 20.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Was any thing taken away - A. The till was gone, and the house was broken open. I saw the till the last thing at night, it was full of halfpence and penny-pieces, and one bar of soap was taken away.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see any thing of the prisoner, or know any thing of the prisoner - A. Not till he was brought to my house about three hours after by a police officer, and the soap was also brought.</p>
<p>Q. You said you were in bed, what others of your family were there too - A. I had my three children in bed.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-4-person77" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am the daughter of the last witness.</p>
<p>Q. What time were you called up - A. My father was called up first. I only know that I was the person that bought the soap, it weighed three pounds nine ounces good weight; I bought it on Sunday evening and put it on the tap tub in the passage; it cost three shillings and sixpence; that was gone when I got up in the morning.</p>
<p>Q. Did you ever see it again - A. Yes; I suppose it was the same soap, it was cut in pieces.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-4-person78" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a police officer. About five o'clock on Monday morning, the 25th of June, Griffiths, my fellow officer, came to my house and called me up, and said there had been a public house broken open in Wentworth-street; we went and found the head of the shutter cut enough to take the shutter down; we then went and searched the persons of bad character; I found the prisoner in bed with a girl in a court in Wentworth-street, about a quarter past six in the morning; I then went to a closet in the room and found these halfpence; he was in bed with a girl, undressed; they were in this handkerchief, I found a pistol in the closet, a center bit, and this small chisel, and under the pillar I found these bits of soap; I then took them to the house that was broken open and tried this chisel to two places where the lead had been cut away under the shutter; there were two places that fitted it; we then took him to the office and went and weighted the soap, it weighed three pounds nine ounces. In taking him to the office I asked where he got the halfpence; he at first hesitated, and I asked him again; he then said he had them from his father on Saturday night; he said he knew nothing about the soap.</p>
<p>Q. Was the prisoner in the room when you found the things - A. No; not exactly then.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. His father keeps a shop, does not he - A. Yes, a cork-cutters shop.</p>
<p>Q. The girl is an unfortunate creature that sees other men - A. She is; I have seen him with her a number of times; it is my opinion he entirely keeps her.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-4-person79" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I was with the other officer, Miller; I know no more than him; I was with him when he fitted the chisel with the place, and it fitted exactly.</p>
<p>Q. to
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<interp inst="t18100718-4-person80" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . You say that you had bought the soap on the Sunday night - A. Yes; that is the same sort of soap; it was in one piece, it is in seven pieces now; it is yellow soap.</p>
<p>Q. to Prosecutor. You do not know so much of the soap as your daughter perhaps - A. No; I only saw it when it lay in the passage. I cannot swear to any of the halfpence; there were four pounds worth of halfpence and penny pieces in my till, not two shillings more or less, and all was gone. I did not count the quantity that the officer brought back.</p>
<p>Q. to Miller. When you found the soap under the pillow, how many pieces were there - A. Seven. I brought them all away.</p>
<p>Q. The halfpence that you found in the closet, what quantity were they - A. Fourteen shillings and a halfpenny, that is the quantity that is here now.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>SECOND COUNT for feloniously disposing off, and putting away a certain false forged note, with the same intention.</p>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-5-off23 t18100718-5-crimeloc26"/>. On the 23d of March, about four o'clock in the afternoon, the prisoner with two others came into to my house, apparently as if they had just met on the spot, they called for a glass of liquor a piece; the prisoner presented me a one pound Billericay note to pay for three glasses of liquor that came to about nine-pence. This is the note, I marked it at the back; it is a one pound Billericay note. I told him I could not give him change of a one pound note; then one of them said, you may as well have your liquor here as any where else; they had a bottle of brandy and a pint of gin; I told them I had about ten shillings of change; Carpenter presented me the same one pound note; I said, I do no not like the note; I objected to it because it was a country note; Carpenter then said, you must give me change for a five pound note; I saw it was a Southampton note; I had suspicion it was a forged note; I thought I had better give change for the one pound note.</p>
<p>COURT. Did not you think it would be better not to
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<p>Mr. Knapp. Did you give him change for the note - A. Yes, I gave Carpenter the change, somewhere about ten shillings. When they went away, Carpenter said, if any body should enquire for Harding, to say they should he here and spend the evening; then they went away; they did not come in the evening; and then I suspected it was a bad note; this was on Friday. On Monday morning I presented the note to No. 31, Addle-street where it specified on the note to be payable; the landlord of the house informed me, there had been a party there that came to swindle people.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-5-person86" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. Do you know the prisoner - A. No. I live at present in Size-lane. I had a house in Addle-street, I left that house 1809, I had it in 1808, the number was 31; a man of the name of Butler took an accompting-house of me, he called himself an agent, that was in 1808, I never saw Mr. Butler there after it was taken, his clerks as he called them were there from four to five months.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know what business they were carrying on there - A. I understood they had to do with the Billericay bank; they left my house towards the latter end of February 1809; they came in the morning with a cart and horse to remove the desks and the fitting up of the accompting-house; I prevented that and stopped the desk. I saw Mr. Butler afterwards; he sent his broker to value the articles; and I gave him the difference.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. What age is your daughter - A. Twenty-three. On the 5th of this month I left the house near ten in the morning, I left none of my family in the house, I locked the door and took the key with me.</p>
<p>Q. What is your business - A. I collect the toll at Worship-street bar.</p>
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<p>Q. Were there any marks of violence about the door - A. I saw none. I had a piece of each of the gowns, I went to Mr. Cotton the pawnbroker, shewed the pieces, and desired if any body came to pledge the gowns, they would stop them and send for me. Between five and six o'clock the same day in the afternoon, I was sent for; I went there and saw the three gowns laying on the table, the woman prisoner was there; I saw her searched, a habit-shirt was found upon her; I knew it to be my daughter's.</p>
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<p>Q. Had you left any wearing apparel in the apartment belonging to you - A. I left three gowns on a chair at the foot of the bed, a cambric-muslin petticoat hanging on the corner of the bedstead, the habit-shirt was in the room, I cannot say whereabouts that was.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-6-person99" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am an officer of Worship-street. On the 5th of July, I went, in company with Mr. Armstrong, to Mr. Cotton, the pawnbroker in Shoreditch, where I found the prisoner Jacobs and these three gowns; I searched her, and in her pocket I found this habit-shirt; I told her the things were stolen, and asked her how she came by them; she said, she had bought them of a man that day in Wentworth-street. On the following day Smith was brought to the office in custody, I shewed him the gowns and told him he was charged with stealing them; he said, he bought them of a woman in Spitalfields for eight shillings, and sold them to Mrs. Jacobs for eight shillings; Mrs. Jacobs was present, she said, I bought the gowns of you, and you gave me an old shirt in the bargain. Smith acknowledged selling her the gowns but denied giving her the old shirt.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. She said that she bought them in Wentworth-street - A. She did, she said of Smith.</p>
<p>Q. Wentworth-street is near Petticoat-lane, it is a place, a fair where people buy these things - A. Yes, on certain days they do.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-6-person101" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live with Mr. Cotton, 42, Shoreditch. On the 5th of July about half past five, these two gowns were presented to John Hall, the apprentice, by the woman prisoner, he brought them to me in the kitchen, I knew them to be the pattern of the pieces that were left with me; I came into the shop, and asked her if she had any thing else she wished to leave; she said, why, is not there enough; I said, you have got another gown in your lap, let me look at that; I detained her when I found they all three answered to the pieces that I had left with me. I delivered the gowns up to the officer.</p>
<p>Q. What are the gowns worth - A. About sixteen shillings.</p>
<p>The property produced and identified.</p>
<p>Smith's Defence. I bought the property in the open street and sold them in the open street to this woman. When I have got money I buy any thing I can.</p>
<p>Jacobs Defence. I bought the gowns in the open street; I offered the man half a guinea, he would not
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<p>- ABRAHAMS. Q. Were you in Wentworth-street any time, when you saw any thing pass between the two prisoners - A. I was, last Thursday week between three and four in the afternoon, I saw the woman prisoner buy three gowns of the man prisoner, she gave him twelve shillings, this was in Wentworth-street, he sold her the gowns and the habit-shirt, he said, he might as well give it her, as it was of no use to him. Them are the very gowns, I stood by; if the woman had not bought them I should have tried if I could have bought them.</p>
<p>Q. Did she sent for you when she was in prison - A. Yes, to know if I recollected the man that she bought the gowns of; I told her yes, the next day I went into the fair and saw the same person, I gave him in charge directly.</p>
<p>Jacobs called eight witnesses who gave her a good character.</p>
<p>SMITH GUILTY, aged 37.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Cambre.</p> </div1>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-7-off35 t18100718-7-crimeloc38"/>. On the 30th of June, about ten in the evening, the prisoner and another woman came into my shop. I was not in the shop at the time they came in, my wife was. When I came into the shop I observed two women in the shop with my wife. My wife asked me if I had any change, I said, I had not; she went out for change of a dollar. While she was gone the prisoner and the other woman and myself were in the shop. The prisoner tapped the other woman on the shoulder, and said, I had better go and tell your husband that we are waiting for change. As soon as she spoke my wife came in and gave the prisoner the change, I believe it was 3 s. 7 d. then the prisoner and the other woman went out together; the moment they were gone I missed the piece of stocking out of the window.</p>
<p>Q. How lately had you seen it before that - A. I had seen it between three and four in the afternoon; it stood in the window near against the prisoner and the other woman's back were they were standing. I went out of my shop; I saw the prisoner about ten yards from the door; I laid hold of her; the other woman was before, and immediately upon my laying hold of the prisoner I saw her drop the piece of stocking from under her apron; I saw it fall and unroll as she walked along; I picked it up and brought it in, together with the prisoner. It was my stocking piece, it is about six yards and a half, it had my mark upon it, and worth about thirty-seven shillings.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. He never saw me drop it. I never had it. I was washing and ironing for a woman, it amounted to six shillings; she came in and asked for the linen; he said she could not pay me without I went with her to Mr. Grove to sell some silk ferris to get change. I waited for her till such time she went out of the shop, and when we came out she ran away. I have never seen her since.</p>
<p>GUILTY, aged 59.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Were these two ladies in the shop a part of her company - A. Oh, no, they had a servant at the door. When the ladies went out of the shop, the prisoner asked me the price of some lace in the window.</p>
<p>Q. What lace was there in the window - A. A white laced veil, with a border round the bottom, and there were several veils hanging up in the window, but she pointed to that; I told the prisoner to go out of the shop, I was certain she did not want to buy any lace, according to the appearance of her, she immediately went away.</p>
<p>Q. How near was she to the lace when you first observed her - A. I suppose about two or three yards from the window.</p>
<p>Q. Was all the lace in the window - A. No, I had a box of lace on the counter, it was from there I lost the property; the moment she was gone, a carriage drove up to the door, two ladies came out and wanted some lace, I immediately went to the lace box which was upon the other counter, I took the lace box and found all the laced veils and handkerchiefs in the box were gone.</p>
<p>Q. Were was this lace box placed - A. At the bottom of the shop, on the counter, near the parlour door.</p>
<p>Q. Had you at any time seen the prisoner near that lace box - A. No</p>
<p>Q. Must she come past it to come into the shop - A. No, she must have gone the whole length of the shop to have gone up to it.</p>
<p>Q. Could you judge from any circumstance how long she had been in the shop - A. She might have been in the shop about five minutes without my observing her.</p>
<p>Q. Who was in the shop before you went in - A. Nobody, nor any body in the lower part of the house, I was in by myself.</p>
<p>Q. Was any body else in the parlour that might have observed her - A. No, nobody but myself.</p>
<p>Q. Had you left the shop door open - A. Always; winter and summer.</p>
<p>Q. Can you enumerate the particulars of what was gone from the lace box - A. A number of veils and laced handkerchiefs, and a pair of sleeves.</p>
<p>Q. Can you mention them in particular - A. Yes, about a dozen black laced veils.</p>
<p>Q. How many laced handkerchiefs - A. There might be eight or nine to a dozen, and white laced veils as well as black, a dozen of white and a dozen of black, I dare say, and a pair of laced sleeves. It was on Whit-monday they were missed.</p>
<p>Q. How soon did you see any of this property that was missing - A. Not till the Friday following. After I had missed them that afternoon, I went to Marlborough-street
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<p>Q. Did you know them when you saw them again - A. Yes, they shewed me a long veil which I was robbed of, I can speak to it in particular. I went with the officer to where the prisoner was at a public house in Marlborough-street; she then told us there were some of the other laced things at her lodgings, where we went immediately to.</p>
<p>Q. Was any found upon her - A. Yes, upon her head. She told me that she had seen me in the shop, and she had robbed me just before the two ladies came in the shop.</p>
<p>Q. Did you make her any promise or any threats - A. No, she fell a crying, and told us where some of the things were; she said she had sold some at Wandsworth; we went the next morning, on Saturday, and took her to Wandsworth, the officer and myself; she went out of the coach and walked to the shop where she had sold them, we found three veils there which we brought away with us; she likewise told us that she sold one in Cold Bath-fields, and some she sold to a young girl that was gone in the country, which was the reason she wanted to know the price of the lace, on account of her selling them to this young girl. We got the veil that she had sold at Cold Bath-fields, from a house just by the prison; she went with us and took us to the place.</p>
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<p>Q. Do you know the prisoner at the bar - A. I do.</p>
<p>Q. Did you receive from her any goods in pawn - A. On the 13th of June I received two laced veils, I lent her ten shillings on them. On the 14th she brought me another, upon which I lent her twelve shillings, and on the 15th she offered me three more; I asked her if she had brought them for herself; she said, yes; I then had suspicion; she said, that a young man had found them on the road leading to Wandsworth, and had given them her. I detained her, sent for an officer, and had her taken to Marlborough-street.</p>
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<p>Q. Do you remember the prisoner being brought to the office - A Yes: she said she lodged in Homer-street, Marylebone. I went to her lodgings, and in a box, of which I had the key of her, I found three black laced veils, one white one, and a pair of white laced sleeves, two white laced handkerchiefs, and a remnant of lace, and the duplicate of two veils, pledged on the 13th of June for ten shillings, at Mr. Brooks, of Paddington-street, who is master of the last witness. There was another box, which I broke open, I found in it a black laced handkerchief, a white laced handkerchief, and a white laced veil.</p>
<p>Q. Was this in her lodgings - A. Yes. These three I found at Wandsworth; I took her there with me in a coach, she pointed out the shop; a black veil, a white laced veil, and a laced handkerchief. At a shop near the House of Correction, Clerkenwell, I found this black laced veil, the prisoner went with me and pointed out the shop. This one was stated to me at the office to be taken off her head, which she wore as a cap, I did not see it taken off her head, it was given to me, and she admitted it.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-8-person114" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I have two pieces of lace. On Saturday morning, while Mr. Harris was gone to Wandsworth, the prisoner's sister came and gave me this lace, it appears to have been taken off the handkerchief.</p>
<p>MR. HARRIS. This long veil is my property, I know they are all mine, and the lace is mine.</p>
<p>Q. What is the value of them all - A. Forty or fifty pound, the large veil is worth fifteen or twenty pound.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Had you known Kane before - A. Yes, he asked me whether I would give him any thing to drink; I went into the public house with him and treated him.</p>
<p>Q. What time of the night was that - A. About nine o'clock; I paid for three or four pots of beer, and a pint of gin; it was for him, his comrade, and me, we all three then went.</p>
<p>Q. How did you pay for it - A. I received one pound nine shillings and threepence at my pay table, there was a five shilling paper of halfpence, I paid for it out of that.</p>
<p>Q. Did you pull out your pocket book or purse in which your other money was - A. No, it was in my pocket, I cannot say that my money was in my purse; I had a one pound note and some silver.</p>
<p>Q. How long did you stay in this public house drinking - A. Till between nine and ten o'clock, then I went to another public house with the prisoner; after we had been to the second public house, he asked me to go the way by
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<p>Q. Was that the pocket your money was in - A. Yes, I asked him what business his hand had in my pocket; he left me after that, I do not recollect what he said, I was in liquor. I went home to bed at my lodgings, in Great Peter-street, I did not examine my pocket. On Sunday morning I awoke between six and seven o'clock, I felt in my pocket, I had no money left.</p>
<p>Q. When was the last time that you felt you had your money in your pocket - A. The very last public house. I left, I put my hand into my pocket and felt it there.</p>
<p>Q. What business is the prisoner - A. A
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<p>Q. Now besides the note and the silver that you had in your pocket, had you a purse in your pocket - A. Yes, a leather purse and three duplicates in it of things that I had pawned. I saw the purse again the next morning.</p>
<p>Prisoner. Q. Did you give me the purse or did I take it - A. I did not give it you.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. He has spoken false, I never spoke to him.</p>
<p>Gillmore. I most positively swear that those were his words.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. On the 23d of June, this young man came down to the house where I was quartered; he asked me to have something to drink, I told him I would, we went in there, and then went to another public house, and on his looking for money in his purse, and finding none, he threw it down, and said, he did not want it; I knowing of him, took it up to take care of it for him.</p>
<p>GUILTY, aged 19.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did you say any thing to interrupt him - A. No, I was afraid if I spoke he would kill me. About that day fortnight he came within a little distance of the gate, he said, mother, what is it o'clock; I said, I did not know, I had not seen a clock that day; and through the window I thought I knew the man. He then asked me to tell him the way to Halsden-green; I said, I did not know; I said to myself, that is the man that robbed me; I knew the man again, and knew his voice. I followed him into the village, and made enquiries after him, I did not find him. I have never seen any of the articles since.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-10-person129" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> and I found the prisoner at Cowling, he was sitting at a public house door; I went up to him, and said, Dick, how do you do; he said, I do not know you; I said, you did a job for me on the 17th of May last, that we have not settled for; he was a little restive about it. His foreman said, if it is so, perhaps you may make it up, a guinea shall be no object; the prisoner said, I did not know him, I could not hurt him; he never acknowledged that he committed the fact. I was at Wilsdon, on the 17th of May, when the robbery was done, I staid out late that night. Wilsdon is about half a mile from Church-end.</p>
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<p>Q. Do you know the prisoner - A. I know him very well. On the 17th of May I was with Codgell, at the Six Bells, at Wilsdon.
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. I know nothing at all of the property, nor the people, I never saw them before in my life, I was never at their house or premises.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>To this indictment the prisoner
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<p>London jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.</p> </div1>
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-12-defend141 t18100718-12-deflabel67"/>. On the 22th of June, my warehouse-man gave me some information. I went into the cellar accompanied by him, I saw the paper parcel tied up, Clark had opened some part of it, I saw eight ounces of twist and a pound of silk, I knew it was my property; this was between nine and ten in the morning; we left the silk there till we saw the house clear, and then Matthews and me fetched it up stairs and examined it. After we were fully convinced it was our own property, I tied it up and left it in the same place; I knew it to be our's, I am quite sure of it. After we had replaced it we waited to see if any of the servants moved it. Clark went down into the
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<p>Q. Had the prisoner access to this cellar - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You found the parcel was gone at three o'clock, what steps did you take to find who had taken it - A. My partner wanted the horse in the afternoon, and the prisoner had to go to the west end of the town with some goods; we asked him for the key of the stable, he was the person that kept the key, he left the key behind him and soon after he went out with other goods. The stable is in Grub-street; Matthews and Clark went there and brought back the same silk and twist that I had seen in the cellar in the morning; Matthews tied some knots in the silk and put some pins with the heads off in the twist. I am sure it is the same silk that I had seen in the cellar. The prisoner returned about eight o'clock in the evening, he put by his knot, then I desired him to walk into the accompting-house. I shewed him the parcel, and asked him if he had seen it in the course of the day in the cellar or the stable; he said, he had not; I was provided with a constable, I desired the constable to take charge of him.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. Q. Did you promise him any favour - A. I threatened him then, if he did not tell the truth, I certainly would prosecute him as far as the law would let me.</p>
<p>Q. Has not the other partner a share in the house - A. The rent and taxes are paid out of the trade.</p>
<p>Q. Have you any other place in which your family reside - A. My family chiefly reside at Camberwell. I always had a good opinion of Cripps before this time, he lived with me about a twelvemonth; I know nothing of Barnaby.</p>
<p>- CLARK. I am warehouseman to Mr. Scarratt. On the 22nd of June, between eight and nine o'clock in the morning, I went into the cellar to draw beer, I observed a paper parcel lying under the stairs, curiosity led me to take it up, I examined it, I found it contained silk and twist.</p>
<p>Q. It is of the same quality as is in your masters' warehouse - A. It is. I informed the other warehouseman, my master was not up; after breakfast I saw Mr. Scarratt, I informed him, he went down and saw the parcel, it was not weighed in my presence. About three o'clock I went into the cellar, it was gone.</p>
<p>Q. Who had the care of your masters' stable - A. The prisoner. I and Matthews went to the stable about six o'clock, Matthews found the same parcel of silk and twist in the stable, concealed behind a board; we took it back to Mr. Scarratt.</p>
<p>- MATTHEWS. I am a fellow servant to the last witness. I first saw the silk in the cellar, I afterwards saw it when it was taken up in the warehouse. I opened it and marked it, I could swear to the articles without any mark, it was packed up and put in the same place as before. I got the key of the stable of the prisoner. About six o'clock, in the stable, between the weather-board and the lining I found the parcel, I knew it to be my master's silk and twist. After the prisoner was taken in custody, I went with the Constable, Clark, and two others, to the Green Dragon public house, in Fore-street; Cripps had then the stolen property in his pocket, Cripps and the constable went in first; when I went in, Cripps and Barnaby were drinking together.</p>
<p>
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<p>Q. Did you see the other prisoner Barnaby there - A. I did. Cripps went in with the parcel in his hand, I stood about six yards behind him; I could not hear a word they said, Cripps gave
<persName id="t18100718-12-person151">Barnaby</persName> the parcel, and he put it behind his coat on the settle; I watched, and when I saw Barnaby put it in his pocket. I took hold of him, and told him he had stolen property: I brought him up to Mr. Scarratt, and then I took it out of Barnaby's pocket; I have had it ever since.</p>
<p>Cripps's Defence. I know nothing about it; I through threats, took it to a public-house. I moved it from the cellar to the stable, not knowing what it was.</p>
<p>Barnaby was not put to his defence.</p>
<p>CRIPPS, GUILTY, aged 23.</p>
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<p>London jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did the bundle contain all the things that you had lost - A. Every thing, excepting the boots, and they were laying by the side of the bundle.</p>
<p>Q. Were had the boots been placed before - A. In a cupboard in the room. - I went down to my landlady and got an officer, the prisoner was in bed with his clothes on.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-13-person158" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Are you the wife of Mr. Lake, the occupier of this house - A. Yes. I had the key of the room where the prosecutor and prisoner lodged, on the day the things were stolen, the room door was locked from nine o'clock in the morning till nine at night, I locked it myself. At a quarter past nine at night, the prisoner came in, I gave him the key, he went up to bed
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<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-13-person159" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am a relation to Mrs. and Mr. Lake; I was present at the time, on the 13th of June, when
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<p>Q. Was this before the prosecutor,
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<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-13-person162" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I lodged in Mr. Lake's house in June. On the evening of the 13th of June, about half past ten at night, I went home to my lodgings, the landlord called me into the shop, told me that he had a suspicion that the prisoner had broken open Mr. Newberry's box; I stood in the shop some time talking to the landlord, the prisoner came down and asked for a light, said he was going to write a letter. I went up stairs, I looked through the key hole of the door, I saw a bundle lay on the bed tied up in a black apron, I went and told the landlord of it; as I returned up stairs again, I looked through the key hole again, I saw the prisoner kneeling or stooping by the bed side, pushing something under the bed. Newberry came in soon after that.</p>
<p>Q. What business was the prisoner - A. He said that he was a
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<interp inst="t18100718-13-person163" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live in the house opposite of Mrs. Lake. About half after nine in the evening, Mrs. Lake sent for me, I then went up stairs into the room where the prisoner was, and enquired if Mr. Newberry was in or not; the prisoner said no, he did not expect him in before eleven; when he opened the door the candle went out, I went down stairs, about half an hour after the prisoner came down stairs and asked for a light, said he was going to write a letter. I waited in the house till Newberry came in; I went up after and saw the things out of the box, and a bundle under the bed, the box was broken open. The prisoner was then in bed with his clothes on. I waited in the room while Newberry went for an officer.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I found the box broken open when I went into the room, the boots were never found in my possession.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Did you know her before - A. I have seen her before, but never spoke to her; I missed her all in a minute, in Rose-lane there is a little passage there.</p>
<p>Q. Do you mean that you went out of Wentworth-street into a passage - A. Yes, I did not stay in that passage a minute with her. When I missed her, I put my hand into my pocket and missed my tobacco box and a dollar, they had been both in my waistcoat pocket. There were some children that saw the prisoner, they knew where she lived, they went to Mr. Gilman's, he went and took her, and my son in law sent for an officer, and had her searched in his house; I saw her searched, a tobacco box was found upon her, it was my tobacco box, no dollar was ever found upon her.</p>
<p>Q. Did you tell the magistrate the same account you have given now - A. To the best of my knowledge, I did.</p>
<p>Q. I want to know whether you told him you went to her lodgings with her - A. I did not; I did not go into her lodging, I went into a gateway with her, not into the house.</p>
<p>- WHEELER. I am an officer. I apprehended the prisoner in Mr. Gillman's house, the prosecutor was there and gave me charge, he said, she had robbed him of a tobacco box, and a crown piece. I searched the prisoner, I found upon her a tobacco box and a few halfpence.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I met the prosecutor in Rose-lane, he asked me where I was going; I said, home; he said, go on, I will follow you, he came up stairs; I asked him if he was going to give me any thing; he said, he would go and get more money; he went down stairs, some children were there that knew him, they said they would go and tell his wife; and then they came and took me, and charged me with robbing him; I said, I had none of his money, I took the tobacco box out of my pocket and gave it them; his wife said that is enough, I will swear that is his box.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Do you know the prisoner - A. Yes. On the 6th of this month I saw her in Charlotte-street, Bloomsbury.</p>
<p>Q. Had you any acquaintance with her before - A. I had the pleasure of seeing her before, but not knowing her so closely as this night; I met her about half after twelve at night.</p>
<p>Q. Were you in liquor - A. No, I was sober, I had the share of a pot of beer with my supper before I met her. When I met her she asked me to go home with her, she would get me a comfortable lodging; I went home with her to her lodging in
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<p>Q. What money had you about you - A. I had four one pound notes in my breeches pocket; I undressed myself when I went to bed; the four one pound notes were in a pocket book, in my breeches pocket when I was undressed.</p>
<p>Q. At the time that you lost the notes they were not on your person - A. No; after I got in bed I saw her put her hand into my pocket, she wanted some money to get some porter; she then locked me in and ran down
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. The prosecutor asked me if I could tell him where to get a bed, I told him in Church-lane, where I lodged. I went and called the girl, I said, Jenny, this man wants a bed; she said it was one shilling and sixpence; he said, he had got only half-a-crown and some halfpence; he gave the girl a shilling; and after the girl went down stairs, he said he would give me eighteen pence to sleep with him; I said, I would not stop for eighteen pence; I never saw any more than the eighteen pence which he put in his pocket.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-15-person175" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Q. Do you live in the house where the prisoner lodged - A. Yes, on the 5th of this month I did.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember the man who has been examined, being at the house on the night of the 5th or on the morning of the 6th - A. It was in the morning, he came with
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<interp inst="t18100718-15-person176" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> ; he asked me if I had a bed to let, I said yes, and went up stairs with him; he asked me what the bed was, I told him eighteen pence; he said, he had no more than a crown and a halfpenny, he could give but a shilling for the bed, and eighteen-pence for the woman. The woman came down, and said she would stop no longer for the eighteen-pence; I went into the room to him and asked him if all was right, when he was sitting by the bed side, he said yes, then I locked the door and came down stairs. I always lock all the doors every night.</p>
<p>Q. Did not he make any complaint in the night - A. None at all, until the morning, between nine and ten, when he got up, and then he said he was robbed of four one pound notes.</p>
<p>The prisoner called one witness, who gave her a good character.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Chambre.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Have you seen any more of the handkerchiefs since, except that one that you saw at Matthews's - A. Two handkerchiefs I have seen since.</p>
<p>Q. Where were the handkerchiefs laying before you lost them - A. In the window, the pane of glass was cut as if with a diamond, in the shape of a half moon; the hole was large enough to reach their arm in, and take out the handkerchiefs.</p>
<p>Q. Had the glass fallen in the shop - A. No, outside, the glass fell on the pavement, and gave the alarm; there were two lights in the shop, but when the window was broke the wind blew one of the lights out. It was a dark night.</p>
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<p>Q. Do you know either of the prisoners - A. I know Piper. On the 7th of November, in the evening, he brought some handkerchiefs to sell; he said, they would suit my sailors, he had a quantity of handkerchiefs, I think I bought eight, he asked five shillings and sixpence for them; I said, I did not think they were worth the money; he said, he could pawn them for three shillings and sixpence; he took one to pledge, and returned with this duplicate - pawned by
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<p>Q. Did you see any thing of the other prisoner, Davis - A. There was another man in the court where I live, it was very dark, I had every reason to believe it was Davis, but I am not sure. I am positive to the person of Piper. Here is one of the silk handkerchiefs I kept for myself.</p>
<p>Q. How soon did you hear that the prosecutor had been robbed - A. The next morning.</p>
<p>Mr. Arabin. What are you a lighterman - A. I am an officer in the impress service.</p>
<p>Q. You are a crimp are not you - A. I was at that time.</p>
<p>Q. Have you been accused wrongfully more than once, both in London and in the country - A. Not in London, in the country, but I never was tried. In June, I was going over Blackfriars-road, a carman asked me to lend him a hand with some cotton, I gave him a lift up in the cart, and they came and took me to Guildford; the thieves run away. I did not undergo a trial there was no ground for the accusation.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. I cannot swear to the handkerchief; it is exactly the same pattern, they cost me six shillings and threepence a piece.</p>
<p>Piper's Defence. I know nothing of the robbery, I never saw Mr. Lill before in my life.</p>
<p>Davis was not put on his defence.</p>
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<p>Jury. What o'clock in the morning was it when he brought the coat - A. It wanted a quarter to six.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I was coming up Leadenhall-market, I met a man of the name of Johnson a porter in the market, he told me to leave the coat at the King's Arms, he was going for a load, he would be after me in five or six minutes; when the man came back he asked me to go for the coat, and as soon as he heard I was taken, he went on board the Tender.</p>
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<p>London jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<p>- ELDRIDGE. The prisoner was detained for the great coat, going out of the gateway stood a flat with butter; the prisoner then said, that is my flat. This is the flat, and this is the cloth that the butter was in.</p>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. I never saw the flat.</p>
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<p>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-19-off100 t18100718-19-crimeloc105"/>. On Monday the 25th of June, the prisoner was employed as a washerwoman at my house. On Tuesday I saw her in custody and found my property.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-19-person208" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am an officer of Queen-square. On the 26th of June I apprehended the prisoner on suspicion of a robbery. On searching her I found these three duplicates; one for a waistcoat, another for a pair of stockings, and the other for a handkerchief; Skinner, my fellow-officer searched her on the other side and found a duplicate of a shirt.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-19-person209" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am an officer, I produce the duplicate of a shirt I found upon the prisoner.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-19-person210" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a pawnbroker 32, York-street, Westminster. I produce a waistcoat, a handkerchief, and a pair of stockings pledged by the prisoner on the 25th of June.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-19-person211" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a pawnbroker 7, Great Chapel-street, Westminster. On the 9th of June, a shirt was pawned for 5 s. by the prisoner.</p>
<p>The property produced and identified.</p>
<p>The prisoner said nothing in her defence, nor called any witnesses to character.</p>
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<join result="defendantPunishment" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-19-defend201 t18100718-19-punish108"/> Confined Fourteen Days in Newgate </rs>.</p>
<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<interp inst="t18100718-20-person216" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . The prisoner washed for me, the last pair of stockings she took on the 26th of June.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-20-person217" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a pawnbroker. On the 26th of June the prisoner pawned a pair of stockings with me for 2 s.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I took a pair of stockings there of my own to wash. I brought them away in a mistake of my own; I intended to bring them back again.</p>
<p>The prisoner called two witnesses, who gave her a good character.</p>
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<join result="defendantPunishment" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-20-defend213 t18100718-20-punish113"/> Confined Fourteen Days in Newgate </rs>.</p>
<p>Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder</p> </div1>
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<interp inst="t18100718-21-person229" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am an officer of Coleman street ward. On Monday, the 18th of June, soon after five o'clock in the morning, I saw the prisoner with a load coming from the back part of Mr. Pollard's premises into Coleman-street, he crossed the street and went into Swan-alley; I followed him, he went into White's-alley. Coffee was four or five yards before me, he stopped him and took the load from him; the prisoner made no resistance; we found it to be cloth, about three quarters of a hundred weight. I asked the prisoner where he was going; he said he was carrying it to a man in Crown-court; I named the names of the men that lived in each house; he said, to Elliott. We took him to the Dolphin public house; I asked him if Mr. Pollard was up; he said, no. From his coming out of that part I supposed Mr. Pollard was his master; he did not deny it. I left the property at the Dolphin and went back to the house, and took the prisoner with me, and found the house left open; I let him go up stairs and I followed; I thought myself not safe, having no stick; I returned to the front door, I called him and he came down; when he came down his fellow servant came with him; the prisoner said, my fellow servant is innocent, I am guilty.</p>
<p>Q. You had not accused the fellow
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<interp inst="t18100718-21-person230" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a watchman of Coleman-street ward. On the morning of the 18th of June I saw the prisoner come out of Whitehorse-yard, Coleman-street, I followed him up Swan-alley; I laid hold of him in Printing-house-yard, I caught hold of the bundle, pulled it off his shoulder, and asked him if he had any bill of parcels; he said not. Mr. Wadman came up and took charge of him. He said he was going with it to Mr. Elliot's in Crown-court. Mr. Elliott, when he heard of this business, left his house two or three days.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I beg my master's pardon.</p>
<p>The prisoner called three witnesses, who gave him a good character.</p>
<p>GUILTY, aged 23.</p>
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<p>London jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.</p> </div1>
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<interp inst="t18100718-22-person238" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I live in Poppin's-court, Fleet-street. I have washed for the prisoner four or five years.</p>
<p>Q. Were any things found in your house that the prisoner was charged with taking - A. Yes; this day month Mrs. Robinson came to my house, I delivered all the things that were claimed to the constable; they were left at my house by the prisoner. The cap I was to wash, and the handkerchief she said her fellow servant would pay me.</p>
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<p>Prisoner. She gave me them things to get them washed for her.</p>
<p>
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. They gave me the caps to get washed for them, and the ribbon my mistress gave so me.</p>
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<p>London jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.</p> </div1>
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-23-victim247 t18100718-23-viclabel134"/> - A Yes. I lost things every day belonging to the country gentlemen; I denied my servants going out without asking my leave, that I might ascertain the thief. On the 20th of June I saw the prisoner in Newgate-street; I followed her home and questioned her where she had been; she said she had been for thread; I asked her where the thread was; she had none; she then said she had been to Mrs. Faulkener's. My daughter and the constable went to Mrs. Faulkener's; the prisoner said, I will go up first; my daughter said, no; the prisoner ran away; my daughter returned with some of things.</p>
<p>Q. Did the prisoner return to your house - A. No; the constable took her. This bonnet was left in my house in the waiter's care, till the person called for it, I saw it in my house; there is two silk handkerchiefs of mine; this silk handkerchiefs I swear to, it is my own, it is worth five shillings.</p>
<p>- CRESWELL. I found this new silk handkerchief and another under the prisoner's arm when I took her in the street.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I found that handkerchief in a room next line coach-office. I know they found the two towels upon me, I put them in my pocket, I meaned to return them; the bonnet is not my mistress's, nor any
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<p>London jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.</p> </div1>
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<p>MRS. SMITH. I am in the care of
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<interp inst="t18100718-24-person255" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . I am going eleven years old. My mother went out and left me and my younger sister in the house; the prisoner knocked at the door and came in, he asked me if Mrs. Mackenzie was at home; I told him no, he said he brought a bill from Mr. Smith, the linen-draper, for Mrs. Mackenzie; then he went into the parlour and asked me if I could mind the bill; I told him I would mind it very carefully. He put the bill on the mantle piece, in the mean while he took the caddie and and put it in his hat. I am sure the prisoner is the man.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-24-person256" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . The prisoner was delivered to me and this tea-caddie. On my searching the prisoner I found this pocket book, it contains a number of letters for admittance into the hospitals.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I belong to no parish; I could not get into any workhouse; I was born in the city of Dublin; I was drove to the greatest distress.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-25-off145 t18100718-25-crimeloc147"/>. I let the prisoner a bed to sleep on it she was to pay two shillings a week. She is a
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<p>Q. Was this counterpane part of the things that you debated - A. Yes; she pledged it at the pawnbroker's.</p>
<p> - I am a pawnbroker in White-cross-street. On the the of July in the evening, I received a counterpane of in the of Robinson; it is the prisoner to the best of my knowledge; I lent her three shillings upon it.</p>
<p>The prisoner said nothing in her defence, nor called any witnesses to character.</p>
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<p>Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.</p> </div1>
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<interp inst="t18100718-26-person267" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. I believe you live with your father, who is a coach-maker in Long Acre - A. I do. On the night of the 14th of June I was returning from my friend's house by Chalk-farm, about half after eleven at night; it was a very fine night, the moon shone very bright. As I came down the
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<p>Q. Do you remember what sort of a hat the prisoner had on - A. He had a hat turned up at the back part of it, and a frock coat on.</p>
<p>COURT. You said it was a moon light night - A. It was.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any thing over his face except his hat being on - A. No; I had full opportunity of seeing his face; I observed particularly his face and person at the time he robbed me, that I can speak to him again.</p>
<p>Q. Which way did he go after he had robbed you - A. I was coming from Hampstead, he went over the field on my left hand; that is the right hand going up to Hampstead.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-26-person268" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am one of the patrol of Bow-street. On the night of the 14th of June I was coming from Hampstead, I heard of the robbery; Wright and Preston were with me; I had not walked above two hundred yards before I saw a man in the field on the left hand side of me as I was coming to town. I ordered Wright to get over to overhaul him; I called Preston; Preston and I went over, Wright had got hold of him; I told the prisoner that we were officers of Bow-street; Preston searched his pocket and found a loaded pistol. We took him into custody and took him to the Black Cap and searched him; in his right hand breeches pocket I found three dollars, a shilling, and a ing.</p>
<p>Q. Did any conversation pass between you - A. He gave me account of himself at all, we look him to the watchhouse. On Friday morning, the 15th he was brought to Bow-street and examined.</p>
<p>Q. At that time you had not found out the prosecutor, I believe - A. No, we had On the Monday following we found the prosecutor he attended at, Bow-street.</p>
<p>Q. There had been an advertisement in the paper that
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<p>Q. What sort of a night was it - A. A very fine night.</p>
<p>Q. What sort of a hat had he on - A. A shabby hat, I did not remark it, no further than it was turned up behind; he had two coats on, a great coat and an under coat.</p>
<p>Prisoner. He found me after I had been asleep in the field.</p>
<p>COURT. That is the man that you took in the field - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. What hour of the night was it - A. About a quarter before twelve.</p>
<p>Q. Was he doing any thing when you first saw him - A. He was a walking along the field towards the foot-path.</p>
<p>Q. Was there a foot-path in the field - A. No; there was a footh-path in the road. He was walking upon the grass. I discovered where a person had been lying down upon the grass, about sixty yards from the road.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-26-person269" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. You are an officer also - A. Yes. I was attending Smith on the night he has been speaking of.</p>
<p>Q. In consequence of any thing that he said did you get over the hedge to apprehend any body - A. Yes; I got over rather before Smith and apprehended the prisoner; I searched him and found on him this loaded pistol, it was loaded at the time with powder and bll; I was present when Smith searched him, he found three dollars and a shilling.</p>
<p>COURT. There was nothing said by the prisoner at the time he was there - A. No; he seemed very sulky.</p>
<p>Smith. I produce the money.</p>
<p>Prosecutor. The dollars I cannot speak to; the shilling I noticed on the Thursday; I did not particularly notice the marks; I observed there were two marks on the shilling.</p>
<p>COURT. The shilling in your pocket was marked, and you did not notice what the marks were - A. No; I am almost certain that is the shilling.</p>
<p>Prisoner's Defence. I came up from Bath to get some prize money that was due to me; finding that I could not get it I went down to Hampstead a baymaking, being tired I went into this field and went to sleep, and when I came into the road they said there was a robbery done, and that I was the person. This pistol I found on the road, I took the priming out of it and put it in my pocket.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>Q. Had you lodged there that night only - A. We were there three nights; we had lodged there the night before.</p>
<p>Q. Was there any other bed in the room where you and your husband lay. - A. Yes; there was another bed in the room where the prisoner and another man (
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<p>Q. When you went to bed what did you do with your pockets - A. I put them under my head under my pillow, I went to sleep; I awoke in the morning about five o'clock.</p>
<p>Q. Did you look at your pockets - A. Not at that moment; it was half after five when I missed the pocket. There were two pockets upon one string; the string was cut, and one of the pockets was entirely gone.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know what was in that pocket that was gone - A. There were thirty-six pounds; three ten-pound notes and four one-pound notes, in a red pocket book; the leather purse was in a canvas purse, in that canvas purse there were four crown pieces, two half crowns, and the rest in small change to the amount of two pounds two shillings in silver; and a good many things in the pocket that I cannot give an account of.</p>
<p>Q. This was at half after five that you missed it - A. Yes, exactly. I asked the old gentleman that was asleep with the prisoner if he saw the prisoner out of bed; he said he missed the prisoner out of bed at four o'clock in the morning.</p>
<p>Q. At that time was the prisoner in bed - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. How was the door of the room when you went to bed - A. There were no fastenings, only put to. I got up in my shift and went down to see whether the prisoner was gone.</p>
<p>Q. Did you find any body up in the house - A. Yes, the daughter belonging to the house, Elizabeth Colton. The bottom bolt of the street-door was drawed, and the prisoner was not below in the house.</p>
<p>Q. Your husband was in bed I suppose - A. Yes, and
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<p>Q. Now where had you received these three ten-pound notes, and the one pound notes that you had in your pocket - A. I received them of my husband that same morning, the 20th of June; I had got a five pound note that I got the silver from. He gave me forty pound and two crown pieces.</p>
<p>Q. Had you been with your husband when he received this money - A. I was not present when he took it; he had left the money in the landlord's hands at the Artichoke public house; he received it in Bartholomew-lane, at the bankers. It was prize money; my husband has been to sea a great many years.</p>
<p>Q. Had you known the prisoner before - A. No further than on the Sunday before he slept at the Red Lion at Uxbridge, in the same room as we did.</p>
<p>Q. What day was this - A. The 20th of June, on the Wednesday.</p>
<p>Q. So you first got acquainted with the prisoner on the Sunday before, and he was quartered at the same house as you were - A. Yes. We were travelling up from Wales to receive this trifle of money.</p>
<p>Q. Then on the Sunday he continued travelling up with you the same road - A. No; we were not together on the road; he came the same night to the house at Kensington and asked for a lodging; it was granted.</p>
<p>
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<p>Q. Did you see the prisoner again after you missed your money - A. I never saw the prisoner from the morning that I missed my money until I catched him in the Borough last Friday week; I saw him at the door of the house where he was quartered at; he was standing picking his teeth; he turned into the house and shut the door after him, he jumped over the paling of the yard and went into the next house and went under the stairs; I went into the next house with a constable, and saw him coming out from under the stairs of the next house.</p>
<p>Q. Did he come out of the stairs of himself - A. No; the constable bid him come out, and he said he would; I asked the prisoner how he could do such a trick with me; he said why did not I take it a little quieter.</p>
<p>Q. Was he searched at that time - A. He was searched when he was taken into prison; I did not see it. I had never seen him before I saw him at Uxbridge; I do not know what business he is.</p>
<p>Prisoner. They all knew I was going away in the morning.</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. I did not know he was going away.</p>
<p>Prisoner. She is not the wife of Samuel Sippel.</p>
<p>Prosecutrix. I am the lawful wife of Samuel Sippel</p>
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<p>Q. Is the last witness,
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<interp inst="t18100718-27-person281" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , your wife - A. We have been married about a twelvemonth.</p>
<p>Q. Do you recollect giving your wife any money at the Artichoke at Kensington - A. Yes; it was on Wednesday morning, at the Artichoke; I gave her the forty pounds.</p>
<p>Q. Had you lodged it in any persons hands before you gave it her - A. Yes, with the landlady of the Artichoke, forty pounds ten shillings; I took it from the landlady and gave it to her.</p>
<p>Q. Where did you get that money from - A. I received a draft of Messrs. Cook and co. in the Adelphi, they are prize agents; forty-seven pounds four shillings and sixpence, I received it as prize money; the draft was drawn upon Messrs. Downes and co. Bartholomew-lane, and there I received the money. I had come up to town on purpose to receive this money.</p>
<p>Q. Do you recollect in what notes you received for that draft at Messrs. Downes and co. - A. Yes; three ten pound notes, two five pound notes, seven one pound notes, a half crown piece, and two shillings.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know of having changed any of these notes - A. None of the tens, both of the fives I had changed.</p>
<p>Q. Where had you first met with the prisoner - A. At Uxbridge; I had never seen him before; he came in of the Sunday night, he went off on the Monday morning before us, he left the house sometime before us; I stopped to have breakfast. He came into Kensington and spoke to me.</p>
<p>Q. Was he at the Artichoke at Kensington that morning when you took the money of the landlady and gave it to your wife - A. Yes; and through his persuasion, and telling me that soldiers and sailors suffered by putting their money in landlord's hands, I took it out; that is the way that I lost it, by taking it out of my friend's hands.</p>
<p>Q. Now at the house where you lodged that night did you all lodge in the same room - A. This man and another slept in another bed in the same room; we went up all to bed together.</p>
<p>Q. You did not see your wife do any thing with her pockets when she went to bed - A. No; I laid down in the bed and went to sleep. The next morning we were awake near at one time; I saw her look for her pockets, she missed them; I sat up in bed and missed the prisoner; I saw his bundle at the foot of his bed; I thought the man was not gone. He had left his bundle there for a decoy.</p>
<p>Q. You were not present when the prisoner was taken in the Borough - A. No; I was in pursuit after him down at Bristol. I received the number of the three ten pound bank notes at Downes and co. The three ten pound notes were to put my children out apprentice with.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-27-person282" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. Are you the man that slept on this night with the prisoner - A. Yes; I slept in the same room, in another bed, where Sippel and his wife and children were. I was awake at four o'clock, the prisoner was gone when I awoke.</p>
<p>Q. It was quite light when you awoke at four o'clock - A. Yes, and the prisoner was gone.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know whether he had taken any bundle up in the room - A. There was a bundle that he brought up at night, and he left it under the bed in the morning.</p>
<p>Prisoner. How can he look your lordship in the face and say he was awake at four o'clock; it was half after five when I left the room.</p>
<p>Bass. I heard the clock go four.</p>
<p>Q. Then you was awake before four - A. Yes.</p>
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<p>Q. Does Cook and co. prize-agents, keep cash at your house - A. Yes, they do.</p>
<p>Q. Did you pay a draft of theirs for forty-seven pound odd on the 19th of June - A. I paid a draft to a man of the name of Sippel, the same man who is here, I remember his person; I have made a memorandum of the notes; I have brought the book, it is my own hand-writing; I paid him three ten pound notes, No. 244, dated the 4th of June, 1810, No. 245, dated 4th of June, 1810, and 246, dated 4th of June, 1810. I have no doubt they are the same notes I paid away.</p>
<p>Q. Are you conversant enough with the bank business to know that there are never two notes of the same number on the same day - A. Yes, I am.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-27-person284" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a police officer of Union-hall. I apprehended the prisoner in the Borough on the 6th of July, a linen draper had hold of him first. I took him to Union-hall.</p>
<p>Q. Did you after that search his lodgings - A. I searched him first and found on him a silver watch. I went to his lodgings in Weston-street.</p>
<p>Q. How do you know it was his lodgings - A. I was informed that the prisoner came from that house; I went to the house and searched the prisoner's room, I found a piece of new Irish cloth, a coat nearly new, and a great many other things that appeared to be nearly new clothes, and some shawls, and then I came to Union-hall, I told him I had the trunk and the goods;
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<interp inst="t18100718-27-person285" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Q. Where do you live - A. At the Eight Bells at Kensington.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember the prisoner and Sippel and his wife lodging at your house - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Are you the daughter of the people that keep the house - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know how many nights the prisoner lodged there - A. Three nights.</p>
<p>Q. Did the prisoner lodge there the same three nights that Sippel and his wife lodged there - A. No; I believe she came there the night before.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember the morning when the woman complained of having lost her pocket - A. Yes; that morning I got up at five o'clock.</p>
<p>Q. When you first came down in what state did you find the door of the house - A. The door was fastened with the spring lock, but unbolted; the door had been fastened the over-night with the spring lock and the bolts; I fastened it myself, I am sure it was bolted; I was the last person up, and I bolted it before I went to bed.</p>
<p>Q. And the next morning it was unbolted at five o'clock - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You cannot say at what time the prisoner went away - A. No, I cannot.</p>
<p>Q. Was his lodging and reckoning paid - A. His lodging and reckoning were paid I believe.</p>
<p>Q. How soon after you got up was it that the woman came down stairs - A. Mrs. Sippel came down about half after five.</p>
<p>Q. Did you yourself know whether the prisoner was going away early that morning or not - A. No.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know whether any body had gone off before you were up, except the prisoner - A. No; all the lodgers were in the house.</p>
<p>Q. Who keeps the house - A. My father,
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<p>Prisoner. There are two other houses in the yard, to go out they must come through the house - A. Yes, they must come through our passage, but there was nobody that morning that came through before I was up.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-27-person287" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live at 196 Tooley-street, in the Borough. The prisoner came to my house on the 29th of June, between nine and ten in the morning, he was in company with a woman, he said he wanted a piece of linen; after some time he selected one piece and some shawls, the whole came to three pounds ten shillings and sixpence, he tendered me a ten pound note, and I gave him the difference; I am sure the prisoner is the man; I recollect an endorsement at the back of the note, I observed it particular, I did not write any thing on it myself; I paid the note away in two hours afterwards, and the person that received it wrote my name on the face of the note.</p>
<p>Q. Did you see him write your name on it - A. No: I can swear to the note by the endorsement.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-27-person288" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I produce a ten pound note from the bank of England; it was brought in the bank on the 30th of June; the note came from Masterman's.</p>
<p>Q. to Mr. Tennant. Look at that note - A. That is the identical note that I took of the prisoner, I know it by the endorsement of Coate; I can swear to the particular hand-writing, and there is my name on the face of the note. The number is 244.</p>
<p>Q. to
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<p>Prisoner's Defence. I am very sorry that my prosecutor is so hard against me. I found these notes going to the Artichoke public house. I am quite unprepared. There were two other sailors drinking with us, they are neither of them here. I never saw the inside of a gaol before. I have been twenty two years in the navy.</p>
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<p>Of stealing in the dwelling-house, but not not of breaking out of it.</p>
<p>Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Le Blanc.</p> </div1>
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<p>COURT. What do you call blanks - A. They are blank pieces of metal, apparently for sixpences, they are not coloured; they are a metal which has a colouring in it, but not compleat.</p>
<p>Mr. Reynolds. When your talk of blanks you mean unfinished pieces, do not you - A. Yes. The table having in part fallen many of the blanks fell about the feet of the prisoners, and about the bottom of the table, which I picked up, most of them, in number, I think, sixty, many of them are bent, and many of them bear the punch mark of the letter P; upon looking round the floor, close to where the prisoners were, I found upon the blanket, and upon the floor this fine sand paper, most of it having been used. On the floor also, close to the prisoners feet, this punch, bearing the letter P, a pair of pincers which Jackson picked up and gave to me, a small bag also upon the floor close to the table, having in it two counterfeit shillings. In some part of the room this pair of scissars, a paper of cream of tartar I found in one of the cupboards, which I gave to Hawkins, with, I think, nineteen pence halfpenny in copper, which I also gave to him; I then searched the pockets of the prisoner Stinson, and found
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="181007180018"/>six good shillings, two good sixpences, two counterfeited sixpences, and a counterfeit shilling the shilling bearing the punch-mark of the letter P, tied up in a bit of rag, the good and the bad shilling and sixpence that I have described. On the fire side, there being a fire in the grate, I found one blank of the small size, bearing the punch-mark of the P, which was red hot. On the mantle shelf of the same room this small ball of blacking. After having secured the prisoners I went again with Craig and Hawkins, and in the same room we found this pocket, which from some liquid appears to have been burnt, bearing some green stained marks, and now very tender; this a blanket also found at the same time, with the pocket, which has in many parts of it, principally in the middle, the stained marks of green. I have the table here which I brought from the same room, it has the same marks of green.</p>
<p>Q. When you went in first did you make any observations on the hands of the prisoners - A. I did, that ther fingers were very dirty, as if they had been at work at some metal.</p>
<p>Q. It was different from ordinary persons having dirty hands - A. They were discoloured as if they had been using and rubbing of metals; I made an observation to the prisoner Stinson that it was a bad job, her answer was, that they were making button tops.</p>
<p>Q. Was there a curtain in the room - A. There was, which was down when we went into the room, it was a dirty red check curtain; when we went into the room we put it up. The back premises were so situated, I think, that it was impossible to see into the room with the curtain quite down. I have a vial, but what it contained I do not know.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-28-person295" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am an officer of Marlborough-street. I went to this house with the other officers, I entered the room with Hamilton; I picked up some sixpences that dropped from Stinson, they are three blanks, they are bent and in an unfinished state; two of the sixpence are marked with the letter P. I tried the punches to one of the sixpences, it fitted exactly to the letter; I picked up the punch and gave it to Hamilton. I secured Stinson while they were searching the room, and while I had hold of her hands she said they were making button tops. The room was searched over and over again, no button tops were to be found. This is the punch.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-28-person296" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am an officer. I know no more than what the other officers have stated. I secured Jones, she said she was making button tops, I found no shank nor wire; I found these rags, some about the room, and others in the cupboard, they are dirty greasy rags, as if they had been used in some process and stained green; here is very near a dozen rags. I found that tin, it appears to have been very much burnt, and there is some blacking upon it.</p>
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<p>Q. Is this house in London or in Middlesex - A. In London. I found these metal scrapings, they were done with a chisel, and here are some more that are done with another kind of tool, neither of them are filings; on the prisoner Jones I found this cake of soap and some halfpence; in the cupboard in the room I found these papers of powder, there are three papers of powder; one powder she said was sugar of lead; one paper is cream of tartar; I found a small brush, an old file, and a quantity of sand paper; here are three pieces of sand paper, they have been used considerably, and under the table, near the fire place, I found three sixpences not finished; they are blanks. Here is a small leather bag, it is black inside; I was there when the rags were found, I can see the sparling of sand paper on them, and the wiping of metal.</p>
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<p>Q. Do you know the two prisoners - A. Yes, I know them perfectly well. On the 25th of June I unfortunately went to their house, that was the first time, I went there about eleven o'clock in the morning; the first time I went there was the 3rd of June.</p>
<p>COURT. I thought you said the 25th of June - A. The first time was the 3rd of June, then I went to the front room, one pair of stairs, to a young woman that I was acquainted with, she lived in the front room; Stinson came into that room to me, and this young woman that I was with expressed her surprise of her coming into the company of a stranger. At that time the prisoner Stinson had a bag in her hand, and she was rubbing in this way. I am come here to speak the truth, and you may depend upon it I will.</p>
<p>COURT. Do not chatter so - A. Then afterwards she pulled some sixpences out of the bag.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. Had she done any thing before that - A. Yes; I saw her file some of the sixpences at the edges, then afterwards we had a little conversation; she asked me whether I wished to have any of them; I had three of her sixpences.</p>
<p>Q. Before she had filed the edges and put them into the bag, where did she take them from - A. I cannot tell; after she had filed them she put them into a bag and rubbed them, before she put them in the bag they appeared brassy, and afterwards, when they came out, they were quite while. I went several times afterwards to see my friend, and I saw Stinson most times, I saw them both, they were making sixpences; once I saw them cutting out the oval sixpences with scissars, she had a flat iron without a handle, she struck a punch marked with the letter P, upon the sixpences with a pair of pincers; they were such pincers as them are; then she bent both ends with a pair of pliers; that was Stinson; Jones was rubbing some of the blanks with sand paper upon the table, with a cloth upon it, that was to get the rough marks out of the blanks, then they put them in a leather bag, and rubbed them with the bag and brought them out quite white.</p>
<p>COURT. What was in the bag - A. Some kind of white dust.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp. Do you know aquifortis - A. I saw some there at the same time, but I did not see it used.</p>
<p>Q. What is aquafortis to do to them - A. To prepare them. I know what it does to buttons; when we solder them it takes out the rough marks, and prepares them for silvering or gilding, it clears them.</p>
<p>Q. When was the last time that you were there - A. I think on the 24th of June; it was Sunday, and I had a shilling, which I took to Mr. Sewell, who is an assistant to Mr. Powell; I gave it to him, I purchased it of the prisoner, I was to give fourpence for it, I did not; I gave that shilling to Mr. Sewell; I told Mr. Powell what I had seen. The last time I went to the house Stinson told me that they should be ready in about an hour, what I went for, some shillings and sixpences, I
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="181007180019"/>was to have three or four dozen, she was going to get some blanks; Stinson went out and Jones stopped at home, and when I came back Jones told me to wait, she would not be long; I stopped, Stinson came back soon after; when she came back they both set to work at the table in another room; Jones began first to rub the blanks with sand paper, the blanks were ready cut out; at that time Stinson was striking the punch on a coblers last; she then bent them with a pair of pliers, and after they were bent I left the room and went to tell Mr. Powell what I saw.</p>
<p>Q. You say you saw some aquafortis in the room, where was that - A. It was standing in the lid of a window with a feather in it. Stinson told me they were very good things, she and Jones had done three or four dozen in the morning, and they had both been out, they had got a great sale for them; as many as they could do they could part with them.</p>
<p>Q. In consequence of what you had seen did you communicate every thing to Mr. Powell - A. I did. I have told the truth and no more.</p>
<p>COURT. Did you ever learn what powder it was - A. No; it was white. Before they were put in the bag the edges looked brassy, and when they came out of the bag the edges looked white.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know what cream of tartar is - A. Yes, I know it perfectly well; this is the cream of tartar; they use cream of tartar and tin shavings to hardware buttons; I do not know what that other paper is.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. You are a button maker - A. I am a button chaser.</p>
<p>Q. You unlucky enough got acquainted with the prisoner on the 3d of June, I think that was your expression - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. That was owing to your going to a girl that lodged in the same house - A. Yes; I got acquainted with these two by knowing the girl in the front room, she was a very slight acquaintance.</p>
<p>Q. Pray where did you carry on the trade of button chasing - A. When I am at home at Birmingham; there is very little button chasing in London.</p>
<p>Q. I suppose you were a housekeeper at Birmingham - A. My father is.</p>
<p>Q. Your grandfather may - When did you carry on the button chasing at Birmingham - A. Three years ago.</p>
<p>Q. What have you been doing in London for three years past - A. I have worked in two places and can have a good character from them.</p>
<p>Q I am sure you are a man of good character because you are doing good service to the public - when was it you came to London the last time to settle here - A. It is now twelve months.</p>
<p>Q. About ten months I suppose you worked at button making in London - A. No, I have not; I worked at Allen's and Butler's in Nevills-court, they carry on the spectacle trade; a person that comes to London must change his hand; I worked with them five months.</p>
<p>Q How have you got your livehood the last five months - A. I have got very good friends; my father is very well to do, he has sent me up money, and I have received money from my friends.</p>
<p>Q Have you ever travelled the country much - A. Very little.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know Mr. justice Grose - A. I know him very well, I have seen him at the bench, but I was never before him.</p>
<p>Q. Do you know poor
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<p>Q. Do you remember the poor man that was tried at Aylesbury - A. I do not; it is another man that you are alluding to, his name is
<persName id="t18100718-28-person300"> George Morris
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<p>Q. Do not you know the man that was tried for horse-stealing before Mr. Justice Grose - A. I do not.</p>
<p>Q. Then you do not know the man that was tried that bought the horse with forged notes - A. I do not.</p>
<p>Q. Has your journey in the country ever led you towards Woolwich - A. I was there; I know what you are alluding to; I had his Majesty's pardon.</p>
<p>Q. You have been on board the hulks - A. Yes; I was tried here.</p>
<p>Q. I ask you upon your oath whether you do or do not expect to get any thing for this prosecution - A. I do not.</p>
<p>Q. Are you the person that gave bail for some offence - A I am. I am on bail now for uttering a bad seven shilling piece; I was taken up about a month ago and bailed for that. If it was not for money makers I should not have been in that situation.</p>
<p>Q. You have charged the two prisoners with money making on the 25th of June - you were taken up about a month ago, that was some time before the 25th of June - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. I dare say you did not think it was a convenient thing by serving the mint in this prosecution and saving yourself - A. A man has always an opportunity to gain his character in this country.</p>
<p>Q. It is about a month ago you were taken up charged with uttering a bail seven shilling piece - this was after his Majesty offered you a free pardon - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You have been taken up after that for uttering a bad seven shilling piece - Do not you expect to be absolved from your sin by accusing them - A. I think repentance is never too late.</p>
<p>JURY. Did you teach these women their business - A. No, never.</p>
<p>Q. Did they ask you any questions as to the process of making buttons - A. No, never; they seemed very shy of me, but this woman told them it was all right with me. I never instructed them in the art of making bad money.</p>
<p>Mr. Knapp Did you ever know any thing about making bad money before this - A. I never saw any person in my life making money before this time.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-28-person301" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. I believe you have assisted the solicitor of the mint for a great many years - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q You are perfectly well acquainted with the apparatus, and things necessary to be used in coming - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. Take these sixpences, look at them - these are the sixpence found by Hamilton dropping from the women, and tell me what is the appearance of these sixpences - A. They appear to be finished ready for circulation; they are now a little rough, they are a little different from what they were the day when I first saw them, they were quite fresh, new coloured, I should suppose first of all they were cut out of the plate with a pair of scissars; there is another sixpence exactly of the same appearance cut out of the plate with the scissars, and that is complete for circulation, it would deceive now, at the time when I first saw it it was new coloured. These are the blanks. Here is a file which
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="181007180020"/>would be useful in filing the edge, after it has been cut out of the plate in order to give it a smooth and circular form; here is a sand paper for rubbing the surface to prepare it for colouring; it is a particular sand paper that is applicable for this purpose particularly, so a great deal of it appears to have been used in the rubbing of metal: the blanks, after having been so prepared would be coloured with aquafortis and cream of tartar only.</p>
<p>Q. Would not the effect of aquafortis bring the silver there was to the surface - A Certainly; I am satisfied of that particular circumstance by taking one of the blanks which were unfinished which I coloured with aquafortis and cream of tartar only; that is the one that I coloured. The colour of silver would be produced by aquafortis, it would be then black and be put into water, and the cream of tartar would take the black off, and produce the whiteness. Here is a number of blanks, of the size of sixpences in an unfinished state.</p>
<p>Q. What would the act of shaking them in the bag do to them - A. The powder in the bag I believe to be nothing but chalk, which would be a quick way of drying them by shaking them in the bag instead of drying them with chalk. The blacking would be the last thing to take off the new appearance of silver, so as to deceive and make them appear as if they had been in circulation. I have looked at the rags, the blanket, and the table, produced by the officers, they appear very much stained in a way which would be the case if aquafortis had been used; I have no doubt that these stains came from aquafortis being used with metal. One of these papers that have been produced is cream of tartar, which has been spoken to. Here is a paper which I believe to be fine chalk. There is a tin pan, I have seen such kind of things frequently before, I have known them to be used in putting the blanks in to heat them over the fire; it makes them take the aquafortis sooner, it makes them take the colour better and easier, and the colour would be much better in the metal, and wear longer; it appears very black, as if it had been over the fire. I have compared the marks upon the blanks before, and I found the mark of the punch to correspond.</p>
<p>Q. Take these two sixpences, are they counterfeit - A. They are counterfeit. A number of people make use of punches in good money, and a number of people will not take them without it, and the bending of the edges make them appear more like an old sixpence.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. I do not see that any aquafortis has been produced to day - A. No liquid aquafortis has been produced to day.</p>
<p>Q. Do not you think that aquafortis is necessary in making counterfeit money - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You have heard a witness swear that he found a pen in aquafortis in the bottle, would not the aquafortis burn it up - A. Yes, it would by being constanty in the bottle.</p>
<p>Q. How many are there that you suppose to have been cut with a pair of scissars - A. I confine myself to two in particular.</p>
<p>Q. I see here are thirty or forty that appear to have been cut with a punch - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. How long have you known Morris - A. Since January.</p>
<p>Q. Upon your oath, from what you know of him, do you not believe he is as big a rogue as is unhanged - A I know nothing of his character but what come within my own observations; I certainly believe him to be a man of bad character.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-28-person302" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. I believe you are one of the moniers of his Majesty's mint - A. I am.</p>
<p>Q. Will you have the goodness to look at the sixpences that have been put into your hand by Mr. Powell, are them two sixpences counterfeit - A. They are counterfeit.</p>
<p>The prisoners left their defence to their counsel; and called no witnesses to character.</p>
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<p>Q. Did you examine to see what was in the sack at the time - A. I did, there is about ninety pounds odd. I had seen the sack in the bakehouse about an hour before Robinson came. I dare say it is worth two pounds and upwards. I apprehended Salmon in my parlor where he had no business to be.</p>
<p>Q. What would be the regular time for Salmon to come to work - A. At five o'clock.</p>
<p>Q. This sack of flour was in the bakehouse - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. And he had business there - A. Yes, to work.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-29-person310" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I live with my father next door to the prosecutor. On the 4th of this month, about five o'clock, when I got up, I saw Robinson walking up the alley and about Mr. Hill's door, I saw Robinson come into my father's back premises, he then passed through Mr. Hill's yard into his his washhouse; I saw Salmon go behind the privy door in the yard and look about before Robinson came in. In a few minutes I saw Robinson come out, he had part of a sack of flour on his back, the sack was tied up. I told Mr. Hill he was coming.</p>
<p>The property produced and identified.</p>
<p>Salmon's Defence. I worked for Mr. Hill six months; I usually go at five o'clock to put my roll spunge in; it is my business to go into the yard to get cold water. I went into the parlour to get buteer and other things to make gingerbread and biscuit; as I turned into the parlour I heard a noise in the yard, I found Mr. Hill bringing this man in.</p>
<p>
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="181007180021"/>Robinson's Defence. I was going to carry it for this man; Mr. Hill when he catched me, kicked me in a tender part; I have been ill ever since.</p>
<p>SALMON,
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<p>ROBINSON, GUILTY, aged 66.</p>
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<p>First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Justice Cambre.</p> </div1>
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<join result="persNameOccupation" targOrder="Y" targets="t18100718-30-victim320 t18100718-30-viclabel183"/> - A. I am; my partner's names are
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<p>Q. On the 25th of June last, did you give any orders to take down any lighter called the Abingdon to Blackwall - A. I did, the lighter was taken from
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<p>Q. At what hour of the night was he to go off - It was high water between ten and eleven o'clock.</p>
<p>Q. I think you told me the name of the barge was the Abingdon, was there any tarpaulin in that barge belonging to you - A. Yes, in the cabin, Quelch had the key of that cabin.</p>
<p>Q. At what time on the 25th did you give Quelch his directions - A. About seven or eight o'clock in the evening.</p>
<p>Q. Do you remember M'Bride coming to you when you were giving directions to Quelch - A. I was not at home when M'Bride came. He came to my house between eight and nine o'clock I did not see him.</p>
<p>Q. How soon in the morning did you learn that any of your logwood had been stopped - A. About eleven or twelve o'clock the next day. Upon that I went to the Thames Police office, and there I found M'Bride in custody.</p>
<p>Q. Did you find a lug-boat with any logwood there - A. I did.</p>
<p>Q. Was that the same description of logwood as you had on board the Abingdon - A. It was, the Abingdon had about eighteen hundred weight of logwood. On the same day I caused Quelch to be taken up, and Brown in two or three days afterwards. From the appearance of that logwood in the lug-boat and the cargo, I belive it to be my logwood.</p>
<p>Q. What is the value of it - A. About thirty pounds.</p>
<p>Mr. Andrews. I believe it was on the 25th that you gave Quelch the instructions of this cargo - A. It was.</p>
<p>Q. How soon did Quelch return - A. He came to me at my accompting house the next day at eleven o'clock.</p>
<p>Court. Where was it to be delivered - A. At Blackwall.</p>
<p>Mr. Andrews. Is it your practice to look over your barges before they are loaded - A. In general. I have no foreman.</p>
<p>Q. You speak with some certainty of there being a tarpaulin on board this barge - A. I had seen it the day before. I have seven or eight barges. I appointed this barge on the Sunday to receive ten or eleven hundred weight of logwood.</p>
<p>Q. How long has Quelch been with you - A. Eight or ten months.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. You attend to your business yourself - A. Always my own business. I had seen the tarpaulin in the cabin the day before.</p>
<p>Court. Brown was not in your employ at all - A. No, he was a lighterman.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. Q. How long was it after that Brown was apprehended - A. A day or two after.</p>
<p>Q. Is M'Bride a lighterman - A. He is not, he is a watchman.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. Is M'Bride capbale of navigating a lug-boat through London Bridge - A. He is not.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-30-person325" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . I am a Thames Police surveyor. On Tuesday the 26th of June, at four o'clock in the morning, I was going down Limehouse-reach in a boat. I saw a lug-boat with a tarpaulin over it. I was coming up the river at the time. M'Bride was rowing the boat up, and the tide was running up. I went along-side of the boat and boarded her; I found the boat to contain logwood. I took M'Bride and the logwood into my custody, and brought M'Bride to the Thames Police. The logwood and tarpaulin were shewn to Mr. Thompson the next day. The tarpaulin is marked TS upon the corner, and Thompson across it. I weighed the logwood myself, thirty-one pieces, eighteen hundred weight.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. You met M'Bride on Tuesday morning was it - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. The tide was running of the Surry side, was it not - A. At that time the Channel run of the Surry side, but he was of the Middlesex side.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. Q. to Mr. Thompson. You saw that tarpaulin at the office - A. I did, it was mine, the same that I saw in the cabin the day before; I marked it TS with paint, that was only for the Abingdon.</p>
<p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-30-person326" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. I believe you were a watchman in the employ of Mr. Thompson - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. On the evening of Monday the 25th of June did you go to your master to receive orders - A. I did. Mr. Thompson's servant told me there was no message for me I met Quelch in Seething-lane close by the house. Quelch said, I can put a pound or two in your way if you like, because I know you are poor and got very little work. I said, I would be very willing, provided it was without any danger. He told me that he had been to a man of the name of Cuff, that lived in Thames-street, Bank-side. Cuff told him he had a punt at Stoney-stairs, and we were to put the logwood into it; his boy would take it away the next morning. He told me to go to Cuff to tell him that he sent me to him, to be sure to send the punt up to him the next morning, and if Cuff would not do it I was to go to
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<p>Q. Had you known Brown before - A. I had seen him before, he lived in a court in Tooley-street. I went to Cuff's house, there was nobody at home; then I went to Brown. I saw Brown that same evening. I told Brown that Quelch wanted to see him. He asked me what it was about, I told him it was some logwood. He said he wanted a job; he came with me to Sabs-passage near the Custom-house, for the purpose of consulting with Quelch at Sabs-passage. Quelch met us the same night; it was dark; I cannot say the time. We all went into a public house and had a pot of beer. Brown said, he must go
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<p>Q. Did Brown come on board the barge - A. No, he never was on board the barge, I and Quelch handed the logwood from the barge into the lug-boat.</p>
<p>Q. How near did Brown keep to you - A. He was rowing about in case any thing came to alarm us.</p>
<p>Q. How much logwood did you and Quelch hand out - A. We meaned to take a ton and no more.</p>
<p>Q. And while this took place you were floating down the river - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. How far had you got when you compleated your point - A. Very near to what they call the fifth mill, near Blackwall.</p>
<p>Q. Now in your going down where you sometimes on one side and sometimes of the other - A. It is necessary to go sometimes on one side and sometimes of the other to be clear of the teers; we were sometimes of the North side while we were handing out the logwood. When we had taken a ton, Quelch took the tarpaulin out, and covered the logwood over; Quelch told me to make her fast to the first teer that I could get hold of, and stay till flood tide; I made her fast to a teer by the fifth mill, on the North side of the river.</p>
<p>Q. At the time that you parted with Quelch where was Brown - A. Brown parted with us a little time before Quelch told me to go to Cuckold's Point, and Brown would meet me there, then I was to go where I pleased.</p>
<p>Q. Had Brown parted with you before the tarpaulin was put over - A. About half an hour before.</p>
<p>Court. Did you see him while the logwood was handing out - A. Yes, he was after us, before us, and about us, he knew what we were doing; he was about us on the North side, and on the South side.</p>
<p>Mr. Gurney. When you had parted and made fast to a vessel, what became of Quelch - A. He proceeded towards Blackwall; I made fast to a vessel at the teer, and when the flood tide came I floated up the river, and between four and five o'clock, I was met with by Mr. Rye, he took me, and the lug-boat, with the logwood, altogether into custody.</p>
<p>Mr. Alley. We are to understand from you, that Quelch proposed to you, that you might get a little money by assisting him in robbing your master - A. He did.</p>
<p>Q. Then you went to carry a message to Brown in Surry - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. You say that when you crossed over from the Custom-house Brown was in his wherry, and Quelch was in the barge with the lug-boat attached to it. Now, Sir, I ask you, and is not the fact so, that Brown rowed directly across the river, and went away - Did not you at any other time say, that he went away and separated from you altogether when you left the Custom-house - A. No, I said he was sometimes before and sometimes behind.</p>
<p>Q. You were apprehended by the Thames Police officer on the Tuesday morning, at that time you were in possession of the stolen property - A. Yes, I was.</p>
<p>Q. You was apprehended on the Tuesday; when was Brown apprehended. - A. I did not see Brown till I saw him at the Police office. I believe it was on the Monday following.</p>
<p>Q. Did you give any information about Brown until you saw your master at the prison - A. I did not. I sent to my master before, but he did not come.</p>
<p>Q. Was it not for the purpose of saving yourself that you accused Brown - A. I could not stand such an untruth.</p>
<p>Mr. Andrews. You are a watchman employed occasionally by Mr. Thompson - A. Yes, my business is to take care that nothing is lost when I am employed.</p>
<p>Q. When Brown got this lug-boat then, he wanted nothing but a tarpaulin; upon which you told him there were plenty on board the Abingdon - A. Yes, I knew there were two or three in her. I was at work for Mr.
<persName id="t18100718-30-person328">Thompson</persName> that day; I knew they were marked with Mr. Thompson's name.</p>
<p>Q. And upon being taken by Mr. Rye, you turned tail upon your companions to save yourself. - A. My own conscience was one thing, I was not happy.</p>
<p>Q. You intended to take a ton, what share were you to have of it. - A. I suppose I was to have the third or fourth part of it.</p>
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<interp inst="t18100718-30-person329" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> . Q. You are the principal surveyor of the Thames Police office. - A. I am.</p>
<p>Q. On the morning that M'Bride was taken, did you go down to Blackwall. - A. I did, I found 927 pieces of logwood in the vessel, and the Abingdon was lying along-side of her. On the evening of the 26th I apprehended Quelch in the city at Mr. Thompson's house. I told him it was necessary that he should go with me to the Thames Police office to give some account of the transaction.</p>
<p>
<persName id="t18100718-30-person330"> ANN M'BRIDE
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<interp inst="t18100718-30-person330" type="given" value="ANN"/>
<interp inst="t18100718-30-person330" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> . Q. Are you the wife of Nathaniel M'Bride - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. On the morning of Tuesday the 26th of last month, did either of the prisoners call at your house - A. Quelch did soon after I was up, a little after eight o'clock. He asked me if my husband was at home. I told him he was not. I asked him if he had any message to leave; he said nothing material; he went away. Soon after nine o'clock Quelch's wife came to tell me that my husband was in custody.</p>
<p>Q. On the Monday morning after were you with your husband. - A. Yes.</p>
<p>Q. In consequence of any thing your husband said to you, did you go with the officer and Mr. Thomson to Brown's house - A. I did.</p>
<p>Q. Had you while your husband was in custody, gone to Brown's house before that - A. I had, twice, I went the
<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="181007180023"/>first time, as soon as I heard my husband was in custody, I went to the police office, and I think it was that same day I went to Brown, I did not see him then.</p>
<p>Q. Then you went with Mr. Thompson and the officer on the Monday; did you go first leaving them behind - A. I did. I saw Brown on the Monday, I had never seen him before; his wife told him who I was, he asked me how my husband did; I told him he was very indifferent indeed; he told me to make myself easy, on the next day he would send me a pound or two; nothing more past, I came out, and Mr. Thompson and the officer came in.</p