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  1. JAMES ROBERTS, Violent Theft > highway robbery; RUTH MERCER, Violent Theft > highway robbery; JAMES ROBERTS, Theft > receiving; RUTH MERCER, Theft > receiving, 10th December 1783.

    ... art at the request of the Prisoner's Council. Mr. Garrow. Council for the Prosecution. You mean as to the officers of justice, you cannot mean as to Mrs. Bond, and Miss Bond. Mr. Sheridan, Prisoner's Counci ...
  2. SARAH SLADE, Theft > theft from a specified place; MARY WOOD, Theft > theft from a specified place, 10th December 1783.

    ... , afterwards. The Prisoners having a Council, Mr. Garrow under took to cross examine the Witnesses for them. You are a lodger in this house! Yes. Did you or your wife, go out first? I went out first. This i ...
  3. WILLIAM JONES, Theft > receiving, 10th December 1783.

    ... ese locks, I asked Mrs. Dunn whose they were. Mr. Garrow, another Council for the Prisoner. You must not tell us what she said. Mr. Sylvester Council for Prosecution. He must tell his story. Mr. Garrow. The ...
  4. JOHN MURPHY, Theft > pocketpicking, 10th December 1783.

    ... e least hint in the world, but I am positive. Mr. Garrow, Prisoner's Council. You are absolutely sure that you felt somebody take your watch? Yes. Now as to your certainty of the prisoner, you have no doubt ...
  5. JACOB THOMPSON, Theft > theft from a specified place, 10th December 1783.

    ... t to be a Bank post bill as well as the rest. Mr. Garrow another Council for the Prisoner. This transaction is near a year and a half ago? Yes. Do you affect at this distance of time, to speak with all that ...
  6. STEPHEN LE GROVE, Theft > grand larceny, 14th January 1784.

    ... John Rigg the younger. THOMAS RANDALL sworn. Mr. Garrow, Council for the Prosecution. I believe you are lighterman to the house of Messrs. Riggs? Yes, I received directions from them for carrying some deal ...
  7. THOMAS WELCH, Theft > burglary, 14th January 1784.

    ... where it was broke in is not usually opened. Mr. Garrow, Council for Prosecution. Had you lately before the robbery seen that door was shut? It was a pannel broke out of the door, it is a side door that go ...
  8. AMBROSE COOK, Theft > pocketpicking, 14th January 1784.

    ... ped two notes that were in the nutmeg grater. Mr. Garrow Council for the Prisoner. You was not by? He was taken up the next day; I know the prisoner very well, and took him and maintained him, he is a garde ...
  9. WILLIAM SAUNDERS, Theft > animal theft, 14th January 1784.

    ... e was, and he immediately knew her to be his. Mr. Garrow, Councel for Prisoner. I believe you have known the prisoner many years? From his infancy. What is your opinion of his honesty? I never heard any thi ...
  10. JAMES SCOTT, Theft > theft from a specified place, 14th January 1784.

    ... he same spermaceti; I have compared a sample. Mr. Garrow Council for the Prisoner. I believe it is impossible to judge about spermaceti by candle light; but pray how long have you been a refiner of spermace ...