11th October 1676
Reference Numbert16761011-5

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Two fellows were found guilty of breaking open a house at Edmonton in the day time on the 30th of August last, and felonious taking of six pair of Sheets, a Farrindon gown, and other Linnen and Apparel, no body being in the same house , but the bar of the window being broke, and the Thieves seen with bundles coming from the house, they were pursued so closely that they dropt their Pillage into a Garden and hid themselves, one in a Ditch of water, the other in Bushes, but were soon taken, and some odde things, as a Razor, &c. taken about one of them, but they were seen to drop the rest that were left in the Garden, and therefore there was no need of further proof.

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