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Old Bailey Proceedings, 17th January 1709.

THE PROCEEDINGS ON THE Queen's Commission of the Peace, AND Oyer and Terminer, and Goal-Delivery of Newgate, Held for the CITY of London and COUNTY of Middlesex, at Justice-Hall in the OLD-BAYLY.

On Monday, and Tuesday, being the 17th, and 18th, Days of January 1701. In the Seventh Year of Her MAJESTY's Reign.

BEfore the Rt. Hon. Sir CHARLES DUNCOMBE , Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London, Ld. Chief Baron Ward , Mr. Baron Price , Mr. Baron Lovel , and Sir Peter King , Kt. Recorder; with several of Her Majesty's Justices of the Peace for the City of London, and County of Middlesex.

The Jurors were as followeth.

London Jury.

Alexander Pollington

Samuel Rufford

Thomas Gibbon

John Dodd

William Humerton

Timothy Lee

Thomas Honick

John Thorn

Edward Hilliard

Robert Brooks

John Longbothom

Samuel Aaron

Middlesex Jury.

Thomas Moody Gent.

James Cunningham

Abraham Harrison

William Kendrick

Joseph Mundy

James Bunce

Lawrence Randal

John Ball

John Parsons

Joseph Parsons

John Meard

Charles Maddox

The Proceedings were as followeth.

W - S - , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing three Silver Tea Spoons value 7 s. 6 d. the Goods of William Lovelock . It appear'd by the Evidence that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutors next Neighbour, and there learn'd his Name, and that he was not at home; That then he came into his House and ask'd the Maid for the Prosecutor, who desir'd him to sit down a little, for her Master would be within presently. In the mean time he took the Goods, and went away, but being pursu'd he drop'd them from him; the Jury found him Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Elizabeth Kickson , of St. Pauls Covent Garden was Indicted for privately Stealing a Leather Boot value 5 s. the Goods of Thomas Edmunds , on the 14th of January last. But none appearing against her she was acquitted .

Elizabeth Pantry , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a Crown Piece , the Mony of Ann Joyce , on the 17th of December last. It not appearing that the Prisoner took the Mony, the Jury acquitted her.

Richard Northcoat , of Alhallows the less , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a 100 Weight of Iron value 17 s. the Goods of Robert Edwards , on the 9th of January last. It appear'd that about 6 in the Morning, a Person was observ'd to have 2 Iron Bars upon his Shoulder, and being ask'd how he came by them? reply'd, that he belong'd to Mr. Little ; and while the Evidence went to Little's to enquire, the Person went off, but pursuing him overtook the Prisoner with one Iron Bar upon him, which prov'd to be the Prosecutors. The Prisoner giving no Account how he came by it, the Jury found him Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

John Timms , of London Labourer , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing 2 Pewter Gallon Pots value 14 s. the Goods of Boucher Blackstone , on the 5th of January last. The Evidence depos'd that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutors House about 9 at Night and took the Goods from under a Cistern, but being immediately pursu'd, he drop't them, which prov'd to be the Prosecutors. The Prisoner saying nothing in his Defence, the Jury found him Guilty to the value of 10 d .

Christian Freeman , of London Labourer , was Indicted for privately Stealing 6 Yards and 1/2 of Broadcloth value 3 l. 10 s. the Goods of Samuel Critchlow , on the 6th Instant. It appear'd that as the Prosecutor was busy at the further end of his Shop, the Prisoner came in and took the Goods from the Counter and run away with them, but being pursu'd, he was seen to throw them from him. The Prisoner saying nothing in his Defence, the Jury found him Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Catherine Thompson , of the Parish of St. Brides , was Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of Zacheus Beal , on the 20th of September last in the Day time, there being then no Body in the House, and taking from thence a Feather Bolster, a Flock Bolster, 3 Feather Pillows, a Bible with other things, the Goods of Richard Phillips . The Prosecutor depos'd, that returning from the Country on the 20th of September, he found his Lodging rob'd, and the Goods mention'd taken away. That he apprehended the Prisoner upon Suspicion, who confess'd that she entered his Lodging twice by the help of a rusty Key, and took the Goods, some of which by her Direction were found at a Pawn Brokers. The Prisoner offering nothing in her Defence, the Jury found her Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Elizabeth Clark , of London Widow , was Indicted for privately Stealing a pair of Worsted Stockings value 2s. 6d. the Goods of James Townsend , on the 22d of September last. It appear'd that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutors Shop to buy Goods, instead of which she took the Goods mention'd, put them under her Petticoats and went away, but being brought back she pull'd 'em out and laid them upon the Counter: The Prisoner could say little in her Defence, but the Goods being of a small value, the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10d. only .

John Holman , of St. Mary White Chappel , was Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of John Chaffen on the first of December last in the Day time, there being no Body in the House, and taking from thence 2 Guineas and 50s. in Mony, the Goods and Mony of the said John Chaffen . It not appearing that the Prisoner was concern'd in the Fact, the Jury acquitted him.

B- J- , was Indicted for taking a Gold Watch from John Piggels ; but none appearing against him, the Jury acquitted him .

Margaret Owen alias Rawlinson , of London Spinster , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a gilt Coral value 38s. with other things , the Goods of John Grevil , on the 14th of September last. But the Evidence not reaching the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.

Sarah Reynolds , of St. Giles's without Cripplegate , was Indicted for privately Stealing 9 Yards of Irish Holland value 12s. the Goods of William Watkins , on the 15th Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner went to the Prosecutors Shop, unbolted the Door (there being none in the Shop) took the Goods from behind the Counter, and went a way with them; but being apprehended they were taken upon her, the Jury found her Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Sarah Hatfield , of London, was Indicted for that she (together with Joseph Hatfield , John Weatherly and John Filewood , already attainted) did privately and feloniously Steal a Show Glass with Goods in it to the value of 100l. from the Shop of Samuel Pattison , on the 8th of October last: But none appearing against her, she was acquitted .

Elizabeth Williams , of Allhallows Lombards street , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing 5 Dozen of Rabbit Skins value 17s. the Goods of Edward Northern . It appear'd that the Prisoner was imploy'd by the Prosecutors Servant to hang up Rabbit Skins, and when she went away she carry'd the Goods away with her; the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10d .

Elizabeth Cooper , of London, was Indicted for privately Stealing a Peruke value 7l. from the Shop of Thomas Organ , the Goods of William Atwell , on the 10th of September last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor lost his Goods from his Shop, and suspecting the Prisoner, apprehended her and carry'd her before a Justice, where she confess'd the taking of it, and return'd it to him again, the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10d .

Prisilla Cleton , of London, Spinster , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a China Bason, 3 China Plates and a Yard of Muslin the Goods of John Shot . But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.

Alice Boskon , of St. Pauls Covent Garden , was Indicted for privately Stealing 12 Yards and half of Ribbon value 12s. the Goods of Matthew Edwards , on the 12th of January last. It appear'd that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutors Shop to buy some Ribbon, and as the Prosecutor was shewing several Drawers of Goods, she took those mention'd in the Indictment and went away with them. But perceiving she was discover'd came back, and laid them down upon the Counter: The fact being clearly prov'd, the Jury found her Guilty to the value of 10d .

Margaret Stern alias Carr , of St. James's Westminster , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing 8 Yards of Muslen value 3l. 4s. the Goods of Sarah Coleby , on the 1st Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner came to the Prosecutors and desir'd her to go with her with some Linen to an acquaintance of hers in Golden Square, accordingly she went, but the Prisoner told her the Lady was not up, and desir'd her to go with her into an Alehouse to wait a little time; That when they were there the Prisoner ask'd the Landlord whether he would buy any Neckcloths, and as the Prosecutor was showing him her Goods, the Prisoner took those mention'd in the Indictment and went away with them. The Evidence being clear, and the Prisoner saying little in her Defence, the Jury found her Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Alice Hall , of St. Giles's without Cripplegate , was Indicted for the Murder of Diana Hartley and Martha Shetton , by Poysoning of them with Rats Bane in Broth , on the 2d Instant. She was a 2d time Indicted upon the Coroners Inquest, for the Murder of the Persons aforesaid. It appear'd that on Sunday the 2d Instant the Prisoner came to a Parish Nurses, and sat down by the Fire; That she was observ'd to take something out of her Pocket, and convey it into a Ladle half fill'd with Broth, stirring it about with her Finger, and put it into the Porridge-Pot then upon the Fire. The Family not knowing what was done, eat of the Broth to the Number of 15, which in an hour or two were taken with Vomiting; it wrought to that degree upon the 2 deceas'd Persons, that they died the Day following. It appear'd that the Prisoner had been with severalApothecaries on the first Instant to buy Rats Bane, and could not get any; that at last she succeeded, but would not discover where she had it. She confess'd that her intent of getting it was to Poyson her self, but was prevented by the Woman, who she thought see her put it into the Ladle; and it did not appear that she had any Design upon the Persons that took it. It appear'd thro' the whole Series of the Evidence, that the Prisoner had been for a considerable time Distracted, and fancied she was Damn'd, that she was a Spirit, and not a Woman; and sometimes was so very Outragious that she was chain'd in her Bed, &c. It likewise appearing that she was under great disorder of Mind when she committed the Fact, the Jury acquitted her, and brought her in a Lunatick .

Elizabeth Cole , of St. Michael Crooked Lane , was Indicted for the Murder of her Female Infant aged 3 Years , by throwing of her into the River of Thames , on the 9th of January last. It appear'd that on the 9th of January in the Evening, the Prisoner took her Daughter out with her, and when she return'd home, she said she had put her Child under the Ice, and sent it to Heaven. It was prov'd plainly that the Prisoner had such a Child, that she took her out with her, and that it hath not been seen since; so that her own Confession, was sufficient Proof of the Fact. But in her Defence it appear'd plain that she had for a considerable time been under a great trouble of Mind, and in a disponding Condition (for Misfortunes relating to her Family) that she would commit many extravagant Actions, and particularly when she lay In three Months ago, would rise out of her Bed and Dance about the Room; which Disorders of Mind continu'd upon her ever since. It further appear'd, that her Mother was for several Years under those unhappy Circumstances, and look'd upon as a Lunatick at the Birth of the Prisoner. It was likewise prov'd that the Prisoner was an affectionate Mother to her Child, and that what she had done she said, was to prevent its being miserable in this World. Several Persons of good Credit depos'd that the Prisoner in her Senses was a very sober, discreet Person, not given to any kind of Vice. Upon the whole, the Jury acquitted her.

John Greenway , of St. Andrews Holborn , was Indicted for Stealing a Pewter Dish and an Iron Porridge Pot , the Goods of Thomas Kidder , on the 18th Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner broke into the Prosecutors Yard and took the Goods out of a Shed, which were taken upon him as he was going off with them; the Jury found him Guilty to the value of 10 d.

John Crawley , of the Parish of Enfield , was Indicted for the Murder of Richard Bonfield , by giving him one Mortal Bruise with a Wooden Pin upon the upper part of his Head, on the 16th of July last, of which he languish'd till the 20th of August, and then died . The Evidence depos'd that 2 Men came to the Prosecutors House and call'd for Drink, but offering to go away without paying for it, the Deceas'd stop'd one of them upon his Horse; at which the Person so stop'd, with a knotty Stick beat the Deceas'd over the Arms and Head, which occasion'd a mortal Wound on his Head, of which he died: The Prisoner for divers Reasons was suspected to be the Man, but the Evidence not being positive, the Jury acquitted him.

Charles Conly , was Indicted for privately stealing from the Person of Richard Morrice , a silver Watch, Chain and Seal, value 6 l. the Goods of the said Richard Morrice , on the 26th of November last. It appear'd that as the Prosecutor pass'd by the Prisoners Door, the Prisoner engag'd him to come into his Brandy Shop, and ask'd him to drink a Dram; the Prosecutor consented, and the Prisoner Hug'd and Kiss'd him, and was more than ordinary kind, but as soon as he was out of the Prisoners House he miss'd his Watch, which he pull'd out in the Shop, at the request of the Prisoner, to tell him what was a Clock. It appear'd there was no Body near the Prosecutor but the Prisoner, who being a Man of an ill Character, and the Circumstances very plain, the Jury found him Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Barbary Smith and Ann Paxton , of London, were both Indicted for feloniously Stealing 2 Yards of Silk, a Suit of Muslin Headcloths, a large Table Cloth, a pair of Doe Skin Gloves, with other things , the Goods of Jonathan Daniel , on the 27th of December last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor having lost his Goods, suspected the Prisoners, who being apprehended confess'd the taking of them, some of which were found upon them. The Prisoners saying nothing in their Defence, the Jury found them both Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Henry Halson and Elizabeth his Wife , were both Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling House of Andrew Hartshorn , on the 14th of December last in the Night time, and taking from thence 2 Boylers value 40 s. 2 Bell Mettle Skillets 20 s. 12 Pewter Dishes 30 s. 30 Pewter Plates 30 s. a Drugget Coat 10 s. with other things, the Goods of the said Andrew Hartshorn . They were a 2d time Indicted for breaking open the Dwelling-House of John Moss on the 14th of December in the Night time, and taking from thence 6 Pewter Plates, 3 Pewter Dishes, a Brass Kettle, with other things, the Goods of the said John Moss . The Evidence to the first Indictment depos'd, that on the 14th of December in the Night time a Breach was made in the Prosecutors Brick House, so large that a Man might enter; and the Goods mention'd taken away. It appear'd by the Evidence to the 2d Indictment, that Mr. Moss's House was broken after the manner of the former, and the Goods gone: And searching the Prisoners House upon Suspition, part of the Goods of both the Prosecutors were found; and the Prisoners giving no good Account how they came by them, the Jury found Henry Halson Guilty of both Indictments , but acquitted his Wife.

[Death. See summary.]

Susannah Blackwell , of St. Botolphs without Aldersgate , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing 4 Yards of Shalloon, 3 Yards of Black and White Stuff; and 8 Yards of Anterine , the Goods of John Oswin on the 18th of December last. It appear'd that the Prisoner was the Prosecutors Servant , and missing his Goods out of his Shop, found some of them in the Prisoners Chamber bundled up in order to be carried off, and the Anterine was brought to the Prosecutor by a Person to whom the Prisoner had given it the Night before the Discovery; the Goods were produc'din Court, and prov'd to be the Prosecutors, the Jury found her Guilty of Felony .

[Branding. See summary.]

Thomas Edgerly , of St. Giles's in the Fields , was Indicted for feloniously Stealing a pair of Sheets, 2 pair of Blankets and a Feather Pillow , the Goods of Eliz. Chapman on the 3d of November last, but none appearing against him he was acquitted .

The Tryals being over the Court proceeded to give Judgment as followeth.

Received Sentence of Death, 2.

John Halson, and John Bowen, who was call'd down to his former Sentence.

Burnt in the Hand 11.

W - S - , Richard Northcoat, Christian Freeman, Catherine Thompson, Barbara Smith, Ann Paxton, Sarah Reynolds, Margaret Stern, Susa. Blackwell, Charles Conly.

Petit Larcenies 6.

John Timms, Elizabeth Clark, Alice Boskon, Elizabeth Williams, Elizabeth Cooper, John Greenway.

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