On Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, being the 10th, 11th, 12th, and 13th Days of December, 1707. In the Sixth Year of Her MAJESTY's Reign.
BEFORE the Right Honourable Sir William Withers , Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London, Mr. Justice Powel, Sir Salathiel Lovel , Recorder, with divers of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the City of London, and County of Middlesex.
The Jurors were as followeth:
The Proceedings were as followeth.
Mary Morrice , of St. Mildred's Poultry , was Indicted for feloniously stealing a Stuff Petticoat, 2 s. 1 lb. of Tea 30 s. a Fan 2 s. 6 d. a Vizzard Mask 12 d. with other Things , the Goods of Gabriel Chase , on the 6th of December last. The Evidence deposed, That the Prisoner was the Prosecutor's Servant , that when she left her place, part of the Goods mentioned in the Indictment, were found in her Trunk, and upon further search the rest were taken at her Sisters, and proof made that they were carried thither by the Prisoner. The Fact being plain, the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10 d.
Susannah Juel , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a Silk Hood 7 s. a suit of Head-cloaths 3 s. and 28 s. in Mony , the Goods and Mony of John Gadd , on the 30th of June last. The Evidence depos'd, that the Prisoner was a lodger in the Prosecutor's House, that on the 30th of June last, the Prosecutor's Wife going out, left the Prisoner with her Child till her return; that returning, the Prisoner was fled, and the Goods mentioned in the Indictment missing. The Evidence further deposed, that the Prisoner being taken, upon Examination she confess'd the Fact: The Prisoner saying nothing in her defence, the Jury found her Guilty of Felony.
Robert Windsor was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a Band-box of Linnen, to the value of 4 l. the Goods of Margaret Stanley and Mary Gifford , on the 27th of October last. The Evidence depos'd, that on the 27th of October, between 6 and 7 at Night, the Prosecutors riding in a Coach near Moor-gate , the Prisoner was seen to snatch a Band-box from the Coach, but being pursu'd, be dropt the Goods from him, which prov'd to be the Prosecutor's. The Evidence being clear, the Jury found him Guilty of Felony.
Mary Paine , of the Parish of St. Paul's Shadwell , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing two Holland Shirts, value 40 s. a Silk Hood 5 s. 6 d. a pair of Pattens 16 d. a pair of Muslin Ruffles 7 s. 6 d. the Goods of Allen Johnson , on the 30th of March last: But the Evidence not reaching the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.
Isabella Thomas and Mary Cox , were both Indicted for privately Stealing three pair of Worsted Stockings, value 10 s. the Goods of Robert Fowler of St. Peters Cornhil , on the 8th of December last. The Evidence cou'd not fix the Fact upon the Prisoners, the Jury acquitted them.
Joseph Montisano alias Joseph Day , and William Tavis , were both Indicted for breaking open the dwelling House of David Martin , in the Parish of St. Bartholomew the Exchange , and taking from thence a Gold striking Watch, value 35 l. a Gold Chain set with Agat Stones, value 10 l. a Gold Hook 5 l. 5 lac'd Head-dresses 5 l. 6 Tea Spoons, a Bed-Quilt, with other Things, the Goods of the said David Martin, on the 26th of September last . They were a second time Indicted for breaking open the dwelling-House of John Salter , and taking from thence a Silver Tankard, value 50 s. on the second of October last . The Prosecutor to the first depos'd, That his House was broken open and the Goods taken away, on the 26th of September, about 8 at Night, and upon enquiry, understood that there was a Gang that haunted that quarter of the Town, consisting of four, viz. of Low, and Jones, and the Prisoners; That he took Jones and made him an Evidence against the rest. Jones depos'd, that himself and Prisoners, on the 26th of September, went into Angel Court , and observing a Sash Window not to be close, Montisano propos'd to stand upon his Shoulders, and lift up the Sash and go in, which he did accordingly, while Martin stood at the end of the Court as a Scout; that Montisano threw out a great parcel of Linnen bundled up in a Quilt, and brought out with him the Watch, Chain, &c. all which they sold, and shar'd the Mony among 'em. The Evidence to the second was likewise Jones, who depos'd, that himself and Prisoners being in Leaden-hall-street , look'd over the Prosecutor's Pales, and espy'd a Tankard in the Window, they observing the Prosecutor's Wife and Maid to come to the Door, at the same time Montisano leap'd over the
Hannah White , of the Parish of St. Giles's Cripplegate , was indicted for privately Stealing one half Crown from the Person of John Lucas , on the 1st of December last, but the Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.
Sarah Bromley alias Wilkinson , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing 26 Guinea-pieces , the Goods of Daniel Stevens , on the fourth of December last. The Evidence not reaching the Prisoner, she was acquitted .
John Gasts , of St. Botolphs without Bishop's-gate , was indicted for Stealing 5 Guinea-pieces of Gold, and 13s. 5d. in Mony , the Goods and Mony of Samuel Gage , on the 16th of October last. The Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him.
Deborah Garret , Elizabeth Mercer , Sarah Saunders , were all three Indicted for feloniously Stealing 14 Gold Rings, 2 Pistoles, 47 Tin Meddals, 2 Broad-pieces of Gold, 38 Guinea's, with other Things , the Goods and Mony of Abraham Bourn . The Evidence depos'd, that Garret was Servant to the Prosecutor, that she went away privately, and at the same time the Goods mentioned, were missing; that being pursu'd, she was taken with some of the Goods upon her, and the rest in her lodging. The Evidence could fix nothing upon Saunders and Mercer, the Jury found Garret Guilty of Felony, but acquitted the other two.
John Wetherly , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was Indicted for Stealing a pair of Leather Baggs, a Holland Shirt, a pair of Shooes, a pair of Stockings, with other Things , the Goods of William Townsend , on the 6th of November last: But the Evidence against the Prisoner not being clear, the Jury acquitted them.
John Tims was Indicted for Stealing a pair of Mens Leather Shoes, value 4s. the Goods of Gilbert Banister , on the 21st of October last. The Evidence depos'd, that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutor's Shop, and took the Shoes and went off with them, but being pursu'd, he dropp'd them. The Prisoner could say nothing for himself, the Jury found him Guilty to the value of 10d.
Margaret Howel , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a Gun, a Copper Pot, a pair of green Shag Breeches, a Brass Candlestick, with other Things , the Goods of Thomas Crofton , on the 1st of November last. The Evidence against the Prisoner, was her Examination before Mr. Justice Ellis, wherein she confess'd that she had stoln the Prosecutor's Goods mention'd in the Indictment. The Prisoner could say little in her defence, the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10d.
Margaret Sloane , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing 16 Ells of Holland, a silver Spoon, and other things , the Goods of Dina Rupel , on the 28th of July last; but the Evidence not reaching the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.
Mary Thompson , of St. Anns Westminster , was indicted for feloniously Stealing 7l. 10s. the Mony of Matthew Bathourn , on the 10th of September last. She was a second time Indicted for Stealing 6 Gold Rings, a Silver Box, a Silver Seal, and 19l. in Money , the Goods and Mony of Thomas Goodyere , on the 15th of October last, to both which Indictments the Prisoner pleaded Guilty .
P- E- , of the Parish of St. Edmunds the King , was indicted for Stealing a Silver Porringer and Silver Spoon , the Goods of William Harris , on the 9th of September last; but the Evidence not satisfying the Jury, he was acquitted .
Thomas Boteler , of the Parish of St. Mary White-Chappel , was Indicted (together with John Leader ) for feloniously Stealing Nine Baggs of Hopps , the Goods of Richard Carter , the Prosecutor; but it appearing to be a Villanous and malicious Prosecution, he was acquitted : And the Court ordered Mr. Boteler a Copy of the Indictment, in order to prosecute the said Carter.
Thomas Ellis , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was Indicted for breaking open the dwelling-House of John Savil , Esq ; with an intent to take away the Goods thereof , on the 10th day of November last: but there being not sufficient Evidence to convict the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him.
Edward Biggleton , was Indicted for privately Stealing from the Person of Richard Haynes , a Linnen Bagg, with 19s. and 3d. the Goods and Mony of the said Richard Haynes . It appearing that the Prisoner was not concerned in the Fact, the Jury acquitted him.
William Kite , of London, was Indicted for committing a Rape on the Body of Elizabeth Berry , a Virgin of 7 Years of Age, on the 21st of December last . The first Evidence was a Surgeon, who depos'd that he was sent for to inspect the Child's Body, That he found that a Male had been with her, That a large penetration was made, and the Foul Disease given her. The Child depos'd, that she being sent to the Prisoner's House for a pint Pot, the Prisoner took her and laid her cross a table, and gain'd the knowledge of her Body. Another depos'd, That the Prisoner confess'd that he had had to do with the Child, and gave direction for a Surgeon in case he had injured her. The Evidence being positive, and the Prisoner saying little for himself, nor calling any to his Reputation, the Jury found him Guilty of the Indictment.
Elizabeth Nest, alias Sanchy, alias Burton , was Indicted for Marrying Henry Burton , in the Year 1704. her first Husband, one Sanchy , whom she marry'd in the Year 1695. being then alive . The Evidence not being clear, the Jury acquitted the Prisoner.
Elizabeth Evers and Hannah Evers , were both Indicted for Stealing a Shirt, 4 Bottles of Brandy, 15s. in Mony, some Child-bed-Linnen, a Cloath Coat, with other Things , the Goods and Mony of Daniel Piercy , William Baker and George Suttle , of the 27th of November last. Piercy depos'd, That the Prisoner was his Servant , and at her going away, he miss'd the Goods and Mony, and charging her with them, she confess'd that she had taken the Goods, and directed him to go to her Mothers, where he might find some of them in a Trunk of hers there, and told him of others which she had pawn'd, which, upon enquiry prov'd true. She likewise told him, That she had put 10s. of his in a Tub of Pickles, which he found accordingly; but the Evidence not proving any thing upon Hannah Evers, she was acquitted , and Elizabeth Evers found Guilty of the Felony.
Peter Norman , of Hornsey , was Indicted for the Murder of George Holmes , by giving him a mortal Wound with a Gun, on the left part of his Head, on the 29th of November last, of which he languished till the 30th of the same, and then died . It not appearing that the Prisoner kill'd the Deceas'd, the jury acquitted him.
John Hall , Richard Low and Stephen Bunch , were all three Indicted for breaking open the dwelling House of Captain John Guyon of the Parish of Stepney , between the Hours of one and two at Night, on the 25th November last, and taking from thence a blue Cloth Wastcoat, a pair of Cloth Breeches, 3 Suits of Lac'd Head-cloaths, four Yards of yellow Ribbon, four Yards of green Ribbon, two Silver Spoons, and a Dram Cup, the Goods of the said John Guyon . The first Witness was Madam Guyon, who depos'd, That on the 25th of November, about one or two a Clock at Night, she heard a noise of Thieves in the House, and got up and alarm'd the Neighbours; that on a sudden three Men rush'd into the Room, two Men came up to her, and said, Damn you, deliver your Mony; and gave her a blow on the Face, and bid her go to Bed, That she repl'd, that she had no Mony there, but what she had was in the next Room; upon their going to which Room she lockd the Door upon them, Being ask'd, whether she knew any of them? Reply'd, That the Person that struck her was a tall Man, much of the Stature of Low, but she could not swear to any of their Faces; she viewing them by no light than that of the Moon. The Maid's Evidence was much the same with her Mistress, except in this particular, That Hall holding a Pistol at her Breast, and a Candle in his Hand, gave her the perfect knowledge of his Countenance, so that she swore positively against Hall.
Another considerable piece of Evidence, was that of one Briggs, a Boy of eleven Years Old, at the Green Man near Billingsgate, who depos'd, That six Men came to his Father's House, about four a Clock in the Morning, and being near, had the opportunity to see and hear what pass'd, which was after this manner, (Viz.) That one of them pull'd a Dram Cup out of his Pocket; and another, out of a Handkerchief, took a Wast-coat trim'd with Silver-Thread, and Buttons, with three Head-dresses, with Knotts, which agreed exactly, with those that the Prosecutor lost. That he heard Bunch say, We have made a pretty good Hand on't too Night; and Hall reply'd, that he hop'd they should make a better Hand on't to Morrow Night. Being ask'd, how he could distinguish one from another? reply'd, that when they spoke aloud, they call'd one another Brother Stitch, but when they spoke softly, they call'd one another by their proper Names. That before they went away, they made an Appointment to meet at the Three Fighting-Cocks in Bun-hill Fields, between Five
Low took the Fact upon himself, to excuse the other two: But the Evidence being very clear, and the Prisoners Old Offenders, the Jury found them all Guilty of the Indictment.
Elizabeth Hopley , and Elizabeth Boyl, alias Young , of St. Margarets Westminster , were both Indicted for feloniously Stealing a Silver Tankard, a Silver Cup, two Silver Salts, with other things , the Goods of Roger Hollis on the 7th of October last. They were a 2d time Indicted for stealing 3 Silver Spoons and 18 s. in Mony , the Goods and Mony of Samuel Smith , on the 20th of September last. The Evidence to the 1st depos'd. That the Prisoners went to the Prosecutor's House to her Lodgings, That Hopley went up Stairs with the Prosecutor's Servant, and left Boyl below. That while they were above, Boyl unlock'd a Closet Door, and took the Goods, and when Hopley came down they went off with them. The Evidence to the 2d. Indictment, was her own Confession before the Justice. The Jury found them both Guilty of both Indictments.
Elizabeth Boyl, was again Indicted for Stealing a Mantua, Silk hood, with other Things , the Goods of Bethia Cray , on the 21st of October last: The Fact being clearly prov'd upon the Prisoner, the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10 d.
Alice Jones , of the Parish of St. Martins in the Fields , was Indicted for privately Stealing 40 Yards of Muslin, value 40 l. the Goods of Martha Bushel , on the 10th of September last. The Evidence depos'd, That the Prisoner was at the Prosecutor's Shop to buy Ribbon, that she sent the Prosecutor's Daughter to a Customer hard by, as she pretended, to treat for some Heads with her, and while the was gone, the Prisoner made use of that Opportunity to take the Goods; but being discovered and apprehended, the Goods were found upon her. The Jury found her Guilty of Felony.
Christianus Freeman , was Indicted for Stealing Goods of the value of 46 l. from Alexander Andrews . He was a 2d time Indicted for Stealing Goods from Thomas Brown , to the value of 80 l. To both which Indictments the prisoner pleaded Guilty .
Richard Low , William Davis , and Joseph Montisano , were all three Indicted for breaking open the dwelling-House of Jacob Curtis , and taking from thence a Callico Quilt, a pair of Holland Sheets, and a pair of Blankets, the Goods of the said Jacob Curtis, on the 9th of October last, about the Hour of Nine at Night . The Evidence against the Prisoners was Jones, who depos'd That himself and Prisoners went to the Prosecutor's House, That Low lifted up a Sash and went in, that he bundled up the Goods and threw them out of the Window, while the rest were below, that they carry'd them to Elizabeth Brown , and sold them, and shar'd the Mony amongst 'em. The Jury found them all Guilty of the Indictment.
William Davis and Joseph Montisano , were again Indicted for breaking open the dwelling-House of Christopher Gately , and taking from thence 3 Gold Rings, a Shagrene-Box studded with Gold, and 7 l. in Mony , on the 25th of September last. This Fact likewise being plainly prov'd upon the Prisoners, the Jury found them Guilty .
Joseph Montisano , was again Indicted for breaking open the dwelling-House of Thomas Dutton , and taking from thence 3 Stuff Curtains, a Cloth Coat, a Perruke, with other Things, the Goods of the said Thomas Dutton , on the 17th of September last. Jones depos'd, That the Prisoner and he committed that Robbery, but the Sash being lifted up ready to their Hands, the Jury found him Guilty of Felony only .
Thomas Earl of the Parish of St. Brides , was Indicted for breaking open the dwelling House of Edward Willis in the Day-time, his Family then being there in the House, and taking from thence 10 s. the Mony of the said Edward Willis , on the 6th of December last. The Evidence depos'd, That the Prisoner with pick-Lock Keys, open'd the Prosecutors Chamber-Door, and Cabbinet, from whence he took the Mony mention'd in the Indictment. The Fact being clear, and the Prisoner saying little in his Defence, the Jury found him Guilty of the Indictment.
O - T - of London, was Indicted for breaking the Ware-House of James Duglas , and privately taking from thence 1 Tun of Brandy, value 10 l. the Goods of the said James Duglas . The Evidence depos'd that the Prosecutors Warehouse and that of the Prisoners lying together, the Prisoner, by a false Key, had access to the Prosecutor's Warehouse, from whence he privately took the Brandy mention'd in the Indictment. The Fact being plainly prov'd upon the Prisoner, and he alledging nothing material in his defence, the Jury found him Guilty of the Indictment.
John Waters , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was Indicted for privately Stealing 25 Yards of strip'd Flannel, the Goods of Joseph Lacy . The Prosecutor depos'd; That being in a Room adjoyning to his Shop, he was alarm'd by a Cry in the Street, that the Prisoner had stol'n his Goods ; at which, he run out and found the Prisoner with the Goods upon him, the Jury found him Guilty of Felony.
John Read of London, was Indicted for Stealing a black Gelding value 7 pound , the Goods of John Smith on the 13th of June last. The Evidence depos'd that the Prosecutor rid to Hampsted Market, and set up his Horse at the half Moon Inn , that when he went to the Stable for him he was gone; and making search after him the next Day at Smithfield, he found him with his Bridle and Saddle upon the Prisoner, who offer'd him there to Sale. Wetherly, a Person concern'd in the Fact, depos'd that the Prisoner, and himself did actually Steal the Horse out of the half Moon Inn, and brought him to London, with a design to sell him. The prisoner could say little in his Defence, and being an old Horse Stealer, the Jury found him Guilty .
David Wilson , was Indicted for Stealing a black Silk Petticoat, value 35 s. the Goods of William Bran , on the 20th of May last. It not appearing by the Evidence that the Prisoner stole the Goods the Jury accquitted him.
Mary Palmer , was Indicted for Stealing a suit of Muslen Head-Cloaths, 2 Flaxen Smocks, and 15 s. in Mony , the Goods and Mony of Margaret Perry , on the 28th of October last. The Evidence proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10 d.
George Botkin , was Indicted for Stealing a Hood and Scarf, a Muslen Neckcloth and 25 s. in Mony , the Goods and Mony of Robert Stooks . But the Evidence not reaching the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him.
Eleanor Steward , was Indicted for Stealing a Goose value 3 s. 6 d. the Goods of Solomon Bason , on the 9th of October last. The Evidence depos'd that the Prisoner took the Goose from the Prosecutors Shop and ran away with it, but being pursu'd it was taken upon her. The Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10 d.
John Waldram , was Indicted for Stealing 40 Yards of Stuff, value 25 s. the Goods of a Person unknown on the 22d of October last. The Evidence proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury found him Guilty to the value of 10 d.
Robert Young , was Indicted for an Assault upon Elizabeth Shay , an Infant of 6 Years of Age, with an intent to Ravish her . But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him.
Thomas Edge on the 20th of January last. The Fact being plainly prov'd upon the Prisoner the Jury found her Guilty of Felony.
The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment, as followeth.
Receiv'd Sentence of Death, 9.
John Hall, Richard Low, Stephen Bunch, William Davis, Joseph Montisano, William Kite, O - T - Thomas Earl, John Read.
Burnt in the Hand, and put to hard Labour, 11.
Robert Windsor, Susannah Juel, Deborah Garret, Elizabeth Evers, Mary Thomson, Elizabeth Hoply, Elizabeth Royl, Alice Jones, Christianus Freeman, Elizabeth Norman, John Waters.
Petit Larcenies, 7.
Mary Morrice, John Timms, Margaret Howel, Mary Palmer, Elianor Steward, John Waldram, Elizabeth Boyl.
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