Offence: Theft > burglary
Verdict: Guilty > lesser offence
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145. (M.) ROBERT LINNICK , otherwise BAKER , was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Edward Webb , on the 30th of December , about the hour of eight in the night, and stealing one linen gown, value 6 s. and one russel petticoat, value 3 s. the property of Elizabeth Talboy , widow ; one cloth coat, value 6 s. and one flannel waistcoat, value 3 s. the property of William Smith , in the dwelling-house of the said Edward Webb .
Elizabeth Talboy . I live in Mr. Payne's house, Liquorpond-street ; it is lett out in single tenements; Mr. Webb has the bottom room, which is a chandler's shop; I lodge up one pair of stairs. I lost a gown and petticoat on Monday the 30th of December. Smith lett a coat and waistcoat with me. Somebody came in at the window. I found the things at Mr. Needham's.
Margaret Parker . I am a pawnbroker. This gown (producing it) was brought to me by the last witness; she pawned it by the name of Margaret Tinley ; I lent her six shillings and six-pence on it; I did not ask her if it was her own; she had often pawned things before; she said she had damaged it by setting her foot upon it.
John Dinmore . I am an officer of Clerkenwell parish. Mrs. Talboy came to me on the 31st of December, and said she had been robbed. Flanagan and I went after the prisoner; he endeavoured to make his escape; he fell in the mud, so we secured him; then he wanted to be admitted an evidence.
Guilty of single felony only . T .