WILLIAM PHILLIPS, Theft > grand larceny, 6th December 1820.

Reference Number: t18201206-87
Offence: Theft > grand larceny
Verdict: Guilty
Punishment: Imprisonment

87. WILLIAM PHILLIPS was indicted for stealing, on the 2d of December , one coat, value 10 s. , the goods of Stephen Grober .

FRANCIS PARSONS . I am servant at the White Horse, public-house, in Princes-street. On Friday evening, about five o'clock, the prisoner brought this coat to my master's house, and asked me to take care of it. He came again, about a quarter past seven o'clock, for it - it had been given to the constable.

RICHARD STEWARD . I am a constable. I got the coat from the White Horse, public-house, on the 1st of December, about half-past eight o'clock.

WLLIAIM HARRIS. I am servant to Mr. Stephen Grober , the coat is his. On the 1st of December, I left it on the coach-box, in Red Lion-yard, Cockspur-street , and missed it at half-past five o'clock. The prisoner worked in the yard.

GUILTY . Aged 26.

Confined Six Months .

Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice Bailey.


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