Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 6.0, 01 August 2014), May 1711 (17110516).

Old Bailey Proceedings, 16th May 1711.

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 Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, being the 16th, 17th and 18th Days of May, 1711. In the Tenth Year of Her MAJESTY's Reign.

BEfore the Right Hon. Sir GILBERT HEATHCOTE , Kt. Lord Mayor of the City of London, Lord Chief Justice Trevor, Mr. Justice Powis, and Mr. Baron Price ; 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.

Humphrey Thayre

Thomas Fido

John Benson

Thomas Warner

Richard Nash

Thomas Seewell

Thomas Clark

Stephen Cobbin

Matthew Barwell

Thomas Fletcher

Thomas Sone

Mark Gwyn

Middlesex Jury.

Thomas Nicholls

John Goodwin

Richard Gray

John Ilford

Joseph Partridge

Tho. Mawson

Hum. Newman

John Marriot

David Fifield

John Millet

Elias Hyrons

James Odell

The Proceedings were as followeth.

Elizabeth Mottishell , of London, was indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Candlestick, value 12 s. the Goods of a Person unknown, on the 10th Instant. It appear'd that on the Date aforesaid, the Prisoner brought the Candlestick to a Pawn-brokers, who suspecting the Prisoner to have stolen it, was apprehended, and carry'd before a Justice: Upon her Examination, she confess'd she stole it from a House near the 7 Dials; Enquiry being made, it appear'd that the Candlestick was stolen out of the House of Mr. Rushworth, near the Place aforesaid. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.

Mary Bordbanks , of St. Alhallows Barkin , was indicted for feloniously stealing 2 Gold Lockets, value 3 l. the Goods of Margaret Harrington , on the 10th of March last. It appear'd that the Prisoner was the Prosecutor's Servant , but going away, the Goods were missing; she was afterwards apprehended, and the Goods found upon her. The Jury found her guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

Thomas Anderson , was indicted for stealing a Cloth Gown and Petticoat, with other Things , the Goods of Elizabeth Read . He was a second time indicted for stealing Goods from John Alston . To both which Indictments he pleaded guilty .

[Branding. See summary.]

Henry Swift , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Box of Tobacco, and a Box of Sweet meats , the Goods, of a Person unknown, on the 27th of February last. The Fact being clearly prov'd upon him; the Jury found him guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

William Frankling , of London, was indicted for the Robbery of Samuel Bingley , upon the Queen's High-way, and taking from him a Pair of Leather Bags, with Bonds, Bills, and Money, to a considerable Value . It appear'd that on the 7th of February , in the Evening, the Prosecutor riding along Fleet-street , his Leather Bags were cut from behind his Horse, and the Thief made his Escape, that applying himself afterwards, to the Prisoner a Thief catcher, he for a Sum of Money help'd him to his Bags, and part of his Goods, upon which the Prosecutor apprehended him on Suspicion of the Robbery; and the Prisoner giving no Account how he came by them, the Jury found him guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

Sarah Roberts , of London, was indicted for feloniously stealing a Silk Hood and Scarf, a Silk Wastecoat, with other Things , the Goods of Samuel Holmes , on the 10th Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner went to the Prosecutor's, and enquir'd for one Mrs. Miller, a Lodger in the House, that she went up to her, and coming down from the said Lodger, she open'd a Door, went into the Prosecutor's Room, and took the Goods from thence: that going down, she was observ'd to have a Bundle under her Ridinghood, and being apprehended, they were taken upon her. She saying nothing in her Defence, the Jury found her guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

Elizabeth Stent , alias Williams, alias Macdoneld, alias Johnson , of St. Dunstans in the West , was indicted for feloniously stealing 3 Silver Tankards, value 30 l. with other Goods , from William Morrison , on the 9th of April last. She was a second time indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Porringer, and a Silver Salt , the Goods of Thomas Jackson . To both which Indictments she pleaded guilty .

[Branding. See summary.]

Secillia Gourdon , was indicted for a Misdemeanour, in counterfeiting a Certificate, under the Hands of Lieutenant General Harvey, and Collonel Bland, to admit William Arthur a Pensioner, into Chelsea Hospital : William Arthur depos'd for the Queen, that about the Beginning of January last, he apply'd himself to the Prisoner, to be admitted a Pensioner into Chelsea Hospital (tho' he told her he had never been in the Army in his Life) and agreed to give her 5 l. for the same, and: l. 6 s. 6 d. for Clerks Fees, &c. He paid her 25 s. in part thereof: Upon which he went to Collonel Hales, Governor of the said Hospital, and inform'd him of the same. Upon which the Governor order'd Mr. Crispe to pay him the Six Pounds Six Shillings and Six Pence, to further such his Discovery, which the said Arthur receiv'd accordingly, and procur'd the aforesaid Certificate, which was produc'd in Court, and prov'd to be counterfeit. The Prisoner saying nothing in her Defence, the Jury found her guilty of the Indictment.

[Fine. See summary.]

[Pillory. See summary.]

Elizabeth Stevens , of St. James's Westminster , was indicted for the Murder of her Male Infant Bastard Child , on the 10th of April last; but the Evidence not proving the Fact upon her she was acquitted .

Mary Story , alias North , of the Parish of Kensington , was indicted for breaking open the Dwelling-house of Charlot, Countess of Warwick , in the Night time, and taking from thence 2 Pair of Holland Sheets, 2 Table Cloths, and 2 Coach Glasses , on the 20th of February last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor's House was broken (but whether in the Day time or in the Night, did not appear) and the Goods taken from thence, part of which were found upon the Prisoner, and the rest were prov'd to be sold andpawa'd by her. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.

William Room ; and Walter Latten , both of the Parish of Hackney , were indicted for a Trespass, in receiving and buying Goods stolen from Charles Boddington , by Peter Robinson : They knowing them to be stolen ; but there being not the least Proof given against them, against them, the Jury acquitted them.

Thomas Aldridge , was indicted for the Murder of Hester Aldridge his Daughter, by giving her one mortal Wound upon the left side of her Head, on the 1st of April 1710 , of which she languished till the 5th of the same, and then died ; It appear'd that there was a falling out between the Prisoner and his Wife, his Wife taking, up a Blunderbuss charg'd, swore that she would shoot him, upon which the Prisoner took hold of it to take it from her; the Child being by at the same time, receiv'd the Blow in the Scuffle with the said Blunderbuss, which occasion'd a Wound in her Head, and of which the Surgeon depos'd she dy'd. The Jury brought it in Chance-medley .

Elizabeth Burt , of St. Botolph without Aldgate , was indicted for privately stealing 2 Pieces of broad Gold, and 2 s. 6 d. in Money , from the Person of Edmund Harrison , on the 1st of February last. The Prosecutor depos'd that he pick'd up the Prisoner in St. Hellens, and went home with her, that she made him drink, and sat down by him: He further depos'd, that she put one Hand in his Breeches, and the other in his Pocket, and when they parted he miss'd his Money: But the Prosecutor himself appearing to be a scandalous Person, and his Evidence not strong enough to convict the Prisoner, she was acquitted .

Jane Herbert , and Salter Herbert , of St. Botolph without Aldgate , were indicted for feloniously stealing a Chince Gown, value 7 l. a Chince Petticoat 3 l. a Camblet Petticoat 30 s. the Goods of William Walker , on the 25th of April last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor lost his Goods out of his House on the Date aforesaid, which were carry'd by Jane Herbert to a Pawn-brokers, and he having notice of the Robbery sent to the Prosecutor's, who came and claim'd the Goods. Upon which Jane Herbert was apprehended; but it prov'd she had the Goods from her Son Salter Herbert, and he being charg'd with the Robbery, confess'd the Fact, he making the same Confession in Court. The Jury found him guilty ; but acquitted Jane Herbert .

[Branding. See summary.]

Margaret Oxford , of the Parish of Chelsea , was indicted for feloniously stealing 13 Holland Caps, value 15 s. one Muslin Ruffle 12 d. the Goods of John Bickerstaff , on the 20th of March : But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.

Jacculina Mountague , of St. Sepulchres , was indicted for feloniously stealing 17 Pair of Worsted Stockings, value 20 s. the Goods of William Bayley ; 2 Pewter Plates 2 s. the Goods of Elizabeth Harlow , on the 23d. of April last. It appear'd that the Prisoner came to lodge at the Prosecutor's, and on the Date aforesaid she took the Goods, and put them under her Petticoats, but was taken with them upon her before she could get off. The Jury found her guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

Sarah Millar , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Pair of Stuff Curtains, value 10 s. a Pair of Flaxen Sheets 5 s. a Looking Glass 3 s. the Goods of George Vail , on the 10th of March last: But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted her.

Mary Stotter , was indicted for feloniously stealing 6 Silver Buttons, value 2 s. 2 Silver Seals 4 s. a Suit of Head Clothes 5 s. the Goods of Samuel Yates , on the 20th of April last. It appear'd that the Prisoner lived with the Prosecutor as a Servant , about 6 or 7 Days, at which time she went privately away, and the Goods were missing; she was afterwards taken with them upon her. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.

Margaret White , of St. Clements Danes , was indicted for breaking open the Dwelling house of Richard Harvey , and taking from thence a Muslin Hood, a Suit of lac'd Head-clothes, a Muslin Pinner, with other Things , the Goods of Josiah Hill , on the 11th of April last. It appear'd that in the Evening, Mr. Harvey sitting in his Kitchen, heard a Noise in the Entry, and going to see what the matter was, found the Prisoner with the Goods upon her, which she took out of Hill's Lodging; they were produced in Court, and prov'd to be his. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.

Margaret Smith , alias Jones , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Callico Frock, value 3 s. a Holland Shirt 17 s. the Goods of Richard Brockton , on the 28th of April last: But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon her, she was acquitted .

Anne Britton , was indicted for receiving and buying Goods, stolen from Elizabeth Christopher , by Thomas Alderson , she knowing them to be stolen ; which being clearly proved upon her, the Jury found her guilty of the Indictment.

[Branding. See summary.]

Peter Cartwright of St. Pancrass , was indicted for assaulting Robert Short in the Queen's High-way, and taking from him a Silver hilted sword , on the 6th of February last. He was again indicted for robbing Joseph Ashton , and taking from him 7 s. in Money , on the Date aforesaid. The Prosecutors depos'd they were robb'd upon the Queens High-way, on the Date aforesaid; yet could not swear the Prisoner was one of the Thieves; but Jewell, a Person concern'd in the Fact (and who had formerly convicted another for the same Robbery) plainly proving both Facts upon the Prisoner, and he being an old Offender, the Jury found him guilty of the Indictment.

[Death. See summary.]

Peter Bingham , was indicted for the Murder of Joseph Millington (his Apprentice ) in April last: But the Evidence not proving any thing against the Prisoner, he was acquitted .

Josiah Wilson , of St. Martins in the Fields , was indicted for privately stealing a Gold Watch, value 10 l. the Goods of John Booth , on the 2d Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner was observ'd to stand by the Prosecutor's Shop, and was seen to break the Show-Glass , and to take the Watch from thence; but being pursued, he threw it from him. The Fact being plain, and the Prisoner being an Old Offender, the Jury found him guilty of the Indictment.

[Death. See summary.]

Mary Crow , of St. Gile's in the Fields , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Peruke, a Hat, a Cane, and a Silver Watch , the Goods of Joseph Bell , on the 9th Instant; but no Person appearing against her, she was acquitted .

Elizabeth Maunders , alias, Galloway , of St. James's Westminister was indicted for feloniously stealing an Indian Silk Gown and Petticoat, value 20 s. a Stuff Gown 20 s. and a Straw Hat 5 s. the Goods of John Bore , on the 7th of April last: But the Evidence not proving the Fact against her, she was acquitted .

Edward Plumber , of St. Pauls Shadwell , was indicted for feloniously stealing 50 l weight of value 15 s. the Goods of Thomas Stiles , on the 10th of March last: But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoner, the Jury acquitted him.

Joseph Bayley , of London, was indicted for privately stealing from the Person of Robert Travallion , a Silk Handkerchief, value 12 d. on the 13th Instant. It appear'd that the Prosecutor being at St. Paul's Church , lost his Handkerchief out of his Pocket, and apprehending the Prisoner upon Suspicion, found it (among many others) upon him. The Fact being plain, and the Prisoner saying little for himself, the Jury found him guilty to the Value of 10 d.

Elizabeth Nichols , of London, was indicted for privately stealing out of the Shop of John Haxton, Yards of Cantaline Stuff , the Goods of the said John Haxton , on the 15th Instant. It appear'd that the Prisoner at the Bar came to the Prosecutor's Shop with others to buy Clothes, and as he went up Stairs to shew the other Women Goods, the Prisoner staid in the Shop and took the Stuff from a Shelf, and went away with it; but was discover'd by a Neighbour, who brought her back, and took them upon her. The Jury found her guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

Oliver, alias Henry Lemon , of St. Giles's in the Field , was indicted for feloniously stealing 3 Pewter Castors, value 6 s. a Silver Spoon 2 s. and a Silver Watch 15 s. the Goods of Rebecca Cox , on the 25th of April last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor leaving only her Child in the House; the Prisoner with another not taken, enter'd the same, and took the Goods, which were found upon him as he was going off. The Jury found him guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

Jane, alias Frances Jenkins , alias Frances Bauldwin , was indicted for breaking open the Lodging of Mary Woodford , in the Day time, being part of a Dwelling-house belonging to the Inhabitants of the Parish of St. Sepulchres , and taking from thence 4 Gowns and 4 Petticoats, a Silver Spoon, a Copper Coffee-Pot, with other Things of Value, the Goods of Mary Woodford ; a Silver Spoon, and 8 Napkins , the Goods of Robert Davis , on the 13th of March last. It appear'd that the Prosecutor lock'd the Door of her Lodging, and went out, and when she return'd, found it broken open, and the Goods gone, which were afterwards found in the Prisoner's Lodging, and she giving no Account of her Property in the same, The Jury, found her guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

John Beer , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Holland Smock, value 2 s. 6 d. the Goods of Peter Laruse . It appear'd that the Prisoner was seen to go into the Prosecutor's Yard, and take the Smock from a Line; but being pursu'd, it was taken upon him. The Jury found him guilty to the Value of 10 d.

Anne Ward , alias Elizabeth Walter , alias Mary Roods , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Gold Watch and Chain, value 20 l. a Silver Coffee Pot, value 7 l. a Pair of Silver Snuffers and Snuff-pan, value 3 l. a Silver Salver 5 l. 3 Silver Casters 6 l. with other Pieces of Plate , the Goods of Charles Wade , Gent. on the 24th of April last. It appear'd that the Prisoner personated one Mary Roods , and was by her Name and Character hired into the Prosecutor's Service; she had not been in her Place above a Week, but went privately away with the Goods; and when she was taken, some of the Goods were found upon her. The Jury found her guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]

L - G - , of St. Andrews Holbourn , was indicted for feloniously stealing 25 yards of Damask, value 50 s. and a Pair of Silver Candlesticks 20 l. the Goods of Richard Hayes , Gent. on the 14th of December last. It appear'd that the Prisoner was the Prosecutor's Servant , and went privately away; that when she was gone, the Goods were missing, and when taken, she confess'd the Damask. The Jury found her guilty to the Value of 10 d.

John Bateman , and Jacob Franingam , of St. John Wapping , were both indicted for the Murder of Anthony Harrison , on the 24th of January last: But the Evidence not proving the Fact upon the Prisoners, the Jury acquitted them.

John Joyner , of St. Clements Danes , was indicted for breaking open the Dwelling-house of Thomas Baker , in the Night, and taking from thence 4 Yards of Persian Silk, and a Remnant of green and red Mantua Silk , on the 1st Instant; but the Evidence not proving any thing against the Prisoner, he was acquitted .

Ralph Walker , was indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Mugg out of a Victualling-house : To which Indictment he pleaded guilty .

[Branding. See summary.]

John Restow of St. Mary Matfellin, Whitechappel , was indicted for Felony, in concealing and moving away his Goods to the Value of 500 l. with an Intent to defraud his Creditors (after he had been declared a Bankrupt) contrary to an Act of Parliament made in the 5th Year of the Queen . It appeared that the Prisoner before the 10th of December carried on the Trade of a Linnen Draper, by which he became indebted to divers Persons, and was legally declared a Bankrupt. That on the Date aforesaid, being Sunday, in the Night-time, he convey'd all his Effects in Carts, both Shop Goods and Houshold Goods, in value 500 l. to the Water-side, and put them on board a Hoy, and carried them down to Lee, where they were taken out of the Hoy, and put on board a Sloop that was prepared to carry them to some Place beyond Sea. But his Creditors having early Intelligence of his Design, made pursuit after him, and took him and the Goods in the aforesaid Sloop. The Prisoner in his Defence not denying the Fact the Jury found him guilty of the Indictment.

[Death. See summary.]

Richard Thornhill of St. Margaret's Westminster , was Indicted for the Murder of Sir Cholmley Deering , Baronet , by giving him one Mortal Wound under the Right Pap with a leaden Bullet discharg'd from a Pistol, on the 9th instant, of which he soon after died . He was likewise Indicted upon the Coroner's Inquest for the Murder aforesaid. It appeared by the Evidence, that the Prisoner and the Deceased were at the Toy at Hampton Court with about 15 other Gentlemen, on the 27th of April: That there they dined very friendly together, but towards the Evening some Words happen'd between them. Upon which the Deceased struck the Prisoner in the Face, beat him down, and when he arose, his Lip was observ'd to be swell'd, and several of his Teeth out. A Drawer hearing a Noise, came up, and found the Prisoner and the Deceased against the Wainscoat of the Room, but immediately parted by the Gentlemen. After this they sat down, and seemed to be friendly again, but look'd a little disturb'd. This Evidence further depos'd, that as they sat together, the Prisoner said, Sir Cholmley, you know where to find me. Upon which Sir Cholmley reply'd, I know not where to find you; and then the Prisoner gave him the Lie. This Witness observed the Prisoner's Lip much swell'd before the giving the Lie, but saw not the Blows given. It further appear'd, that the Deceased seemed to beg the Prisoner's Pardon at that time; but the Prisoner told him, asking of Pardon was not Satisfaction for the Loss of his Teeth. As to the Fact: It appear'd that the Prisoner and the Deceased were seen in Tuttle Fields , about 12 Yards distance from one another, with Pistols in their Hands, that they advanced very boldly toward each other till they were within 4 Yards, and then fir'd at one another. That the Deceased dropt, and the Prisoner lifting up his Hands in token of Sorrow, willingly surrender'd himself, and offer'd one a Guinea, and another a Half-Guinea to go for a Surgeon. It further appear'd, that a Surgeon was sent for, who dress'd the Deceased's Wound upon the Spot, and sent him in a Chair to a Gardiner's House. He being ask'd by several of his Friends, as well as others, the Occasion of the Dewel, reply'd to this effect: That the Prisoner was a Man of Honour, and acted like a Gentleman; and desir'd his Friends to be spoke to, least one Misfortune should follow another, and that he heartily forgave him, &c. It further appear'd, that he said he was challeng'd, but gave no Account after what manner, whether by Word of Mouth or by Writing. Neither did it appear from him by whom he was challeng'd, but when his Papers were taken out of his Pocket, a Relation of his had receiv'd one, among the rest, (but from what hand he did not know) which he put into his Pocket, and read after the Deceased was dead, and found it to be a Challenge. It is as follows.

SIR,

May 8th, 1711.

I shall be able to go abroad tomorrow Morning, and desire you will give me a Meeting with your Sword and a Brace of Pistols, which I insist on. The worthy Gentleman who brings this will concert with you for the Time and Place. I think Tuttle Fields may do well. Hide Park is at this time of Year full of Company. I am Your very Humble Servant, Richard Thornhill .

This Challenge being produced in Court, a Person of Honour, one of the Prisoner intimate Friends, who had seen his Hand frequently, being ask'd whether he believ'd it to be the Prisoner's Hand, reply'd, that according to the best of his Knowledge it was not, for he us'd to write in another sort of Character; but a Foot-boy belonging to the Prisoner having the Letter shewn to him, said he did believe it to be his Master's Writing, upon which it was read.

The Prisoner in his Defence produc'd Evidence, to prove how much he was abus'd by the Deceas'd; how that from the time of his Wounds given, he hath lain in inexpressible Pain and Anguish, so that he could take only Broth and small Beer, for almost a Fortnight, for his Sustenance, was thrown into a Fever, and his Life dispair'd of, and his Jaw-bone at this time in great Danger of mortifying, and the Necessity of loosing more of his Teeth. He further prov'd, that the Morning the Dewel was fought, the Deceas'd sought after him, came at 6 in the Morning to Kensington, where he formerly lodg'd, to enquire where he then lodg'd; that he came by 7 to his Lodging in a Hackney-Coach, with a Brace of Pistols in his Hands; went in, and run up Stairs, and was let into his Dining-Room. Upon which the Servant acquainted the Prisoner, that Sir Chelmley was there, that the Prisoner then got up, and ask'd him whether he would drink a Dish of Tea, or any small Beer, the Deceas'd chose the latter; and when he had drank, and the Prisoner was dress'd, they both went down and took the same Coach the Deceas'd came in, and went directly to the Place where they fought the Dewel; and as to the written Challenge, the Boy that swore to it, swore likewise, that he never saw him write in all his Life time, and so might possibly be mistaken. The Prisoner likewise produc'd a great Number of Witnesses, Men of Quality, that had been his intimate Friends and Acquaintance from a Boy; all which gave him the Character of a very kind, affable, and courteous Gentleman, never given to Quarrelling in the least: And on the contrary, produced Evidence, who prov'd the Deceas'd was unhappy that way; he likewise produc'd Evidence, who prov'd his Serviceableness to the Deceas'd in his Election for Member of Parliament, of his expending several Hundreds of Pounds in his Service, and procuring about 800 Votes for him; and that there had been an entire Friendship between them, till this sad Accident. After the Trial was over, the Jury went out; but return'd to be inform'd, whether there was two, or four Pistols mentioned by the Witnesses; and the Witness to the Fact being call'd up, depos'd, that there was four Pistols found in the Field: Upon which they went out again; and in a little time return'd, and found him guilty of Manslaughter only .

[Branding. See summary.]

Mary Clift , a former Convict

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

Received Sentence of Death 4.

Peter Cartwright , Josia Wilson , John Restow , and Mary Clift , a former Convict .

Burnt in the Hand, 15.

Ralph Walker , Sarah Roberts , Eliz. Stent , Eliz. Nichols , Mary Bordbanks , Anne Ward , Salter Herbert, William Frankling , Jacculina Mountague, Oliver Lemon , Jane Jenkins , Thomas Anderson , Henry Swift , Anne Britton , Richard Thornhill .

Petit Larcinies, 7.

Eliz. Mottishell , Joseph Bayley , John Beer , L - G - , Mary Story , Mary Stotter , Margaret White . Cecillia Gourdon , fined 6 s. 8 d. and to stand once in the Pillory.

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