On Friday, Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday, being the 12th, 13th, 15th and 16th, Days of January, 1711. In the Ninth Year of Her MAJESTY's Reign.
BEfore the Right Hon. Sir GILBERT HEATHCOTF , Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London, Lord Chief Baron Ward , Mr. Baron Tracy , and Mr. Justice Eyres, with several 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 Clark , of St. Paul Shadwell , was Indicted for feloniously stealing a Silk Handkerchief, value 3 s. and one Guinea , the Goods of Peter Lee , on the 21st of December last: But the Evidence not proving the Fact against the Prisoner, she was acquitted .
Benjamin Lauton , of St. Sepulchres , was Indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Watch, value 3 l. a Peruke, 3 l. with other things , the Goods of William Horton , on the 18th of October last. It appear'd by the Evidence, that the Prisoner was the Prosecutor's Lodger, and had committed a Breach of Trust: But no Proof being given of the Felony, he was acquitted .
Elizabeth Freeman , of London, was Indicted for privately stealing a Silk Handkerchief, value 5 s. the Goods of Frances Bates , on the 9th of December last. It appear'd that the Prisoner came with another Woman into the Prosecutor's Shop, to cheapen Handkerchiefs; some were shewn them, and while they were bargaining, the Prisoner took one and put it behind her Apron, and was going off with it, but being brought back she drop'd it in the Shop. The Fact being plain, the Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.
Jane London , of London, Spinster , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 2 Pair of Ruffles, and 2 Muslen. Neckclothes , the Goods of Jacob Alvares , the Younger, on the 8th of January last. But the Evidence proving nothing against the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.
Ursula Howard , of London, Spinster , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 2 Beever Hatts, value 15 s. the Goods of William Dare , on the 10th Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutor's Shop, and enquired if a Gentlewoman had not been there; being answer'd no, she desir'd to sit down; the Prosecutor's Servant being busy with a Neighbour, the Prisoner made use of that Opportunity to take the Goods from a Chair, slipt them up her Pettecoats, and was going off; but being discover'd, and pursu'd, they were taken upon her. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.
Catherine Smith , of St. Stephens, Coleman-street , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 6 Silver Spoons, value 4 l. and 6 Silver Forks, 4 l. the Goods of Michael Row , on the 16th of December last: But the Evidence not being strong enough to convict the Prisoner, she was acquitted .
Catherine Robinson , of St. Dunstans in the West , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 2 Cloth Coats, 2 Towels, 1 Silk Handkerchief, and a Tobacco Stopper , the Goods of John Hunter , on the 18th of December last. It appear'd that about 8 in the Morning, the Prosecutor being in Bed, sent his Servant to the Barbers for a Peruke; in the interim the Prisoner got into his Chambers, and took the Goods, which were found upon her as she was going off. The Fact being plain, and the Prisoner saving little for her self, the Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.
Benjamin Shewcross , of St. Martins in the Fields , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 4 Cocks, value 10 s. and 13 Hens, 26 s. the Goods of David Randal , on the 30th of December last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor lost his Fowls in the Night time. Upon enquiry he found most of them, in the Hands of divers Persons, who all prov'd they bought them of the Prisoner; and he giving no account of his Property in the same, the Jury found him guilty of Felony.
Robert Porter , of the Parish of Stepney , was Indicted for feloniously stealing a Callicoe Gown, value 10 s. a Callicoe Pettecoat, 5 s. an Anterine Pettecoat, 6 s. the Goods of Nathaniel Turpin , on the 3d Instant: But the Evidence not proving the Fact against the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him.
Henry Welch and Daniel Coats , of the Parish of Tottnham-high-cross , were both Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of Richard Hill , in the Day time, putting in fear of Life Mary his Wife, and taking from thence 2 Pair of Cloth Breeches, 5 Gowns, with other things, with 3 l. in Money, the Goods and Money of the said Richard Hill; 2 Holland Shirts, and a Pair of black Silk Stockings , the Goods of Alexander Reed , on the 16th of September last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor being from home, his Wife and Maid being in the House, the two Prisoners, with another not taken, came to his House: the Servant came to the Door, and ask'd. Who's there? upon which they all 3 listed up the Latch, and rushed in upon her, bound her and her Mistress, rifled the House, and fled. It farther appear'd, when the Prosecutor came home, and found what had happen'd, he made Pursuit after them, and found in a Wood some old Cloaths, which were the Prisoners, and in a Breeches Pocket found a Paper, by which he was enabled to find them out; and when apprehended, took part of his Good upon them. The Prisoners saying nothing for themselves, the Jury found them both guilty of the Indictment.
Daniel Coats , was a second time Indicted for assaulting Henry Bates upon the Queen's High-way, and taking from him a Silver Watch, a Powder Horn, and 3 s. Money, from the Person of the said Henry Bates . He was a third time Indicted for assaulting Joshua Crowder upon the Queen's High-way, and taking from him 2 Gold Rings, and a Pair of Silver Buckles, from the Person of the said Joshua Crowder , on the 30th of December last. It appear'd that the 2 Prosecutors, with two more, all Boys , going a Shooting, was met in Bunhill fields by the Prisoner, who prevail'd with them (by telling them he could assist them in Shooting) to go along with them; and when he had taken them as far as Hornsey Wood , bid Bates lay down his Gun, and deliver his Money and Things to him, which he did those mention'd in the Indictment. He likewise bid the other deliver, which he did not, but made a considerable Opposition, till overcome by Force, and drawing his Knife at him, he took from him the Goods mention'd before. The Facts being well prov'd, and the Prisoner saying nothing for himself, the Jury found him guilty of both Indictments.
Henry Gum , of St. Margarets Westminster , was Indicted for feloniously stealing a Timber Fore-Mast, value 3 l. the Goods of William Astell , on the 23d of December last: But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon him, he was acquitted .
Elizabeth Coats , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was Indicted for privately stealing from the Person of John Bradford , 6 Guineas, 2 Half Guineas, 2 Quarter Pieces of Broad Gold , the Money of the said John Bradford , on the first Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner and Prosecutor pick'd up one another in Holbourn , and went to the Tavern; that while there he miss'd his Money from his Pocket, and charging her with it, she deny'd the Fact, upon which he sent for a Constable, who upon search, found the Money in the Window: But it appearing that the Prosecutor being much in Drink, might lay it there himself, the Jury acquitted her.
Elizabeth Jones and Mary Pain , of St. Martins in the Fields , were Indicted for privately stealing 20 Yards of Muslen, value 4 l. the Goods of Jacob Sennock , on the 19th of December last. It appear'd that the Prisoners came together to Prosecutor's Shop , and Cheapen'd Muslen; paid for a Yard, and they went away; that when they were gone, a Piece was missing, upon which the Prisoners were pursu'd, overtaken, and the Goods found upon Jones; who saying little for her self, the Jury found her guilty of Felony; but acquitted the other.
Margaret Langley , of St. Alhallows the Wall , was Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of William Cotham , in the Night-time, and taking from thence 2 Linnen Shirts, and 3 Holland Smocks, the Goods of John Collet . 2 Pewter Dishes, 6 Pewter Plates, and a Pair of Breeches , the Goods of William Cotham, on the 23d of October last. But the Evidence not proving any thing against the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.
Priscilla Brinkwell alias Randall , was Indicted for feloniously stealing a Silk Gown and Petticoat, value 3 l. the Goods of Jane King . It appear'd that the Prosecutor was a Lodger in the House of one Price, and the Prisoner a Servant to the said Price; that her Master turn'd her away, and in about an Hour after she came to her Mistress for her Clothes; leave was given her, but going away, she was observ'd to be more bulkey than usual, they search'd her, and found the Goods mention'd wrap'd about her under her Clothes. The Fact being plain, the Jury found her guilty of Felony.
Thomas Price , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 2 Porrage Pots, value 40 s. the Goods of John Compere . It appear'd that the Prisoner, with another, came to the Prosecutors, and call'd for a Pot of Ale; and while the Prosecutor's Man went into the Yard they went away, without paying for the Drink, and took the 2 Porrage Pots with them. Price was taken about 2 Hours after, but the other made his Escape. The Fact being plain, the Jury found him guilty of Felony.
Anne Wheeler , of St. Martins in the Fields , was Indicted for the Murder of her Male Infant Bastard Child, by suffocating it in an House of Easement, on the 17th of December last, of which he instantly dyed . But the Evidence not proving the Fact against the Prisoner. she was acquitted .
Elizabeth Bennit , of Alhallowes the Wall , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 4 Linnen Shifts, value 20 s. a Stuff Gown, with other things , the Goods of Mary Worster , Spinster , on the 11th of December last. The Fact was plainly prov'd upon the Prisoner: But it appearing upon the Tryal that she was non Compos Mentis , the Jury found her as such, and acquitted her of the Felony.
Jaculina Mountagne , of St. James's Westminster , was Indicted for feloniously stealing a Dimmaty Curtain, value 20 s. the Goods of Richard Escut . She was a 2d time Indicted for feloniously stealing a Suit of Head-clothes laced, a black Silk Hood, a Child's Frock, with several other things , the Goods of John Lancaster . But the Evidence to each Indictment not proving the Facts upon the Prisoner, she was acquitted .
William Middleton , was Indicted for buying and receiving a Quantity of Plate, stolen by Margaret Underhill , from Christian Colebrant , he knowing the same to be stolen . But the Evidence not proving the Indictment upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him.
William King , of St. Margarets Westminster , was Indicted for privately stealing 3 Pair of Shooes, value 10 s. the Goods of Jeboakim Weaver , on the 1st of January last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor being above Stairs, the Prisoner came to his Shop , unbolted the Door, took the Goods from a Shelf, and put them into his Apron, which were taken upon him before he could get away. The Jury found him guilty to the Value of 10 d.
Mary Pain , of the Precinct of St. Catharines , was Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of Henry Williams , in the Day-time, and taking from thence a Silk Mantua Gown, a Silk Pettecoat, with other things , the Goods of the said Henry Williams , on the 4th of January last. It appear'd that the Prisoner came to visit the Prosecutor's Wife, and lay with her one Night, in which time she got the Street Door
The Tryal of Justice Dyet.
The Jurors Names are as follows.
Richard Dyet , of St. Giles's in the Fields , Esq ; was Indicted for counterfeiting a 6 Penny Stamp, for making an Impression thereof upon Paper, and for uttering the same. Contrary to an Act of Parliament, made in the 4th of King William and Queen Mary, for raising a Duty upon Stamp'd Vellom, Paper and Parchment, for carrying on the War against France .
The Evidence for the Queen depos'd, that the Prisoner being suspected to have offended against the Act of Parliament abovesaid, on the 1st of October last, a Warrant was granted out of the Secretaries Office, to seize him, and to search his House. By virtue of which he was apprehended in his House, his Closet search'd, and a quantity of Papers found with double 6 Penny Stamps upon them, which were suspected to have been Counterfeit; as likewise a Puncheon, by which the said Stamps were made. The Prisoner did not deny but those things were found in his Possession; and likewise that he had uttered divers Parcels of Paper impress'd by the said Puncheon; and besides his own Confession, a quantity of Paper impress'd by the said Puncheon was produc'd in Court, and prov'd to be uttered by the Prisoner. But the whole Tryal turning upon this Point, of the Prisoner's making use of the said Puncheon, knowing it to be a Counterfeit one. The Evidence for the Queen produc'd several Quires of Stamp'd Paper in Court, that bad been made use of formerly in Evidence to convict several Persons; which Stamps were compared with the Puncheon, and found to agree exactly with it. It farther appear'd that the said Puncheon was compared with those made according to the Proclamation, and those used in the Stamp Office, and was found to disagree from them all. The Prisoner, in his Defence, alledg'd, that he made use of the Puncheon as appropriated to the Use of the Office, and not as a Counterfeit one; and produc'd Evidence, who prov'd that the Puncheon was return'd to the Office, (by one Mr. Harris, deceas'd, formerly a Commissioner of the said Office) and with it a Crown Stamp, a Half Crown Stamp, and a Six Penny Dye, which were laid before the Commissioners, and given by them into the Charge of the Secretary, and were by him wrap'd up in a Paper, in which Paper he inserted the several Particulars, and after sealing up with the Commissioners Seals, deposited in a Scrutore belonging to the said Office, from whence the Prisoner took them; he as well as the rest of the Commissioners having each of them a Key, by which they could have access to any thing in it at pleasure. The Secretary being ask'd, whether he was told by Mr. Harris that the said Puncheon was a Counterfeit one, reply'd, that he gave him no such Information, neither did he take it to be a Counterfeit one, for if he had he should have made a Remark upon it when he laid it up. Upon the whole, the Evidence for the Queen being insufficient to prove that the Prisoner made use of the Puncheon, knowing the same to be Counterfeit, the Jury acquitted him of the Indictment.
Ignatius Decasta , was Indicted for an Assault upon Alice Johnson , an Infant of 6 Years of Age , with a Design to Ravish her . The Indictment being clearly prov'd upon the Prisoner, the Jury found him guilty .
Sarah Townsend , of St. Botolph without Aldgate , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 6 Pewter Plates, value 3 s. the Goods of Sarah Edwards , on the 30th of January last. It appear'd that the Prisoner was seen to put her Hand over the Prosecutor's Shop Window, and take the Goods; but being immediately pursu'd, were found upon her. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.
Elizabeth Jones , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 20 Yards of Stuff, value 20 s. and a blew Apron , the Goods of Jane Price , on the 7th of December last. It appear'd that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutors for a Lodging; but she could not receive her. That when she went away the Prosecutor miss'd Goods, and suspecting the Prisoner, she took her with the Apron upon her, and upon Examination she confess'd the Fact. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.
Henry Prichard , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 10 Yards of Worsted Stuff, value 10 s. the Goods of John Hepdon , on the 26th of December last: But the Evidence not proving any thing against the Prisoner, he was acquitted .
Elizabeth Hughs , Mary Hughs , and Sarah Cooper , were all Indicted for feloniously stealing a Feather Bed, a Worsted Coverlid, a Feather Bolster, and a Rugg , the Goods of Francis Booth , on the 8th of December last. It appear'd that Mary Hughs , and Sarah Cooper , had taken a Room of the Prosecutor, and went privately away; that when they were gone, the Prosecutor missed his Goods, and when taken they confess'd the Fact. The Jury found them both guilty of Felony: But nothing appearing against Elizabeth Hughs , she was acquitted .
Elizabeth Davis , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 2 Mantua Gowns, value 6 l. 2 Silk Pettecoats, 40 s. a Cloth Pettecoat, 40 s. a Suit of Muslen laced Head-clothes, 40 s. the Goods of Stephen Pinly . It appear'd that the Prisoner was the Prosecutor's Servant , and went privately away; that when gone the Goods were missing, and when she was taken confess'd the Fact. The Jury found her guilty of Felony.
Jene Buttery , was Indicted for the Murder of Mary Washenhoven , by giving her one mortal Wound with an Iron Poker, upon the left Shoulder near the Neck, on the 11th of October last; of which she languish'd till the 28th of the same, and then dy'd . She was likewise Indicted upon the Coroner's Inquest, for the Murder of the said Mary Washenhoven . But the Evidence not proving the Indictment against the Prisoner, she was acquitted .
Anne Williams , of St. Botolphs without Aldgate , was Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of Anne Willis , and taking from thence 2 Silk Pettecoats, a Silk Scarf, with other things , the Goods of the said Anne Willis , on the 13th Instant. It appear'd that the Prosecutor went out in the Evening, and lock'd her Door after her; that when she return'd, she found her Door broken open, and going in found the Prisoner and another Woman with the Goods; they both run away from her, but she crying out, Stop Thief, the Prisoner was stop'd with the Things upon her. The Fact being plain, the Jury found her guilty of the Indictment.
James Roberts and Jane Smith , were both Indicted for feloniously stealing 4 l. the Money of Thomas Suffolk . It appear'd that Jane Smith lodg'd at the Prosecutors, and desir'd him to lend James Roberts 4 l. to fetch a Piece of Muslen out of Pawn, and to put it into his Hands, as a Pledge for the Money. The Prosecutor sent his Daughter with the Money, and bid her not part with it till she had the Muslen. The two Prisoners carry'd her to a Place, where they pretended the Muslen was pawn'd, and demanded the Money of the Daughter; but she not being willing to part with it till she had the Goods, Roberts forcibly took it from her, and threw her a Bundle, tyed up in a Paper and sealed, and then fled. The Bundle was produc'd in Court, and prov'd to be nothing but old Matting, Sand, Straw, &c. The Fact being plain, and the Prisoners saying little for themselves, the Jury found them both guilty of Felony.
Mary Ayres , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of Thomas Bayley , in the Night-time, and taking from thence a Pair of Holland Sheets, a Pair of Dowlace Sheets, with other things , the Goods of the said Thomas Bayley , on the 18th of December last. It appear'd that the Prisoner
John Stone , was Indicted for feloniously stealing 112 l. the Money of William Langford , on the 17th of December last. It appear'd that the Prisoner was the Prosecutor's Servant , and being left at home alone he committed the Robbery; but when taken, be confess'd the Fact. The Jury found him guilty of Felony.
The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as followeth.
Burnt in the Hand, 11.
Petty Larcenies, 8.
Ignatins Decosta, Fined 20 Nobles.
I John Bragnell , living in Kingstreet, in the Parish of Wopping, Stepney, being inflicted with a Cancer in my Face, which did eat away my Nose, and a great Part of my Face, so that my Life was despair'd of; but hearing of the great Cures daily Perform'd in this, and other deplorable Diseases, by Dr. Vanderplase, in Upper Shadwel, over against New Gravel-lane, I address'd my self to him; who has, with the Help of God, made me a Perfect and Sound Man. I desire this Certificate may be publish'd for the Good of others. John Bragnell .
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