John Baly, Tho. Mace.
28th February 1681
Reference Numbert16810228-11
VerdictGuilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty
SentenceDeath

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John Baly and Tho. Mace were Tryed for a notorious Burglary and Fellony by them committed about 2 years since upon the House of Peter Vakeny in the Parish of Stepny , where they in the Company of one Mathes, who now discovered them, set up a Ladder to a window, and opening the Casement, entred and took from thence about 200 Yards of Farindines and Morenas, to the value of 150 l. to which one of them, viz. the latter Pleaded Guilty , and the former, upon full Evidence where they had sold them to a Broker who lived in Long lane, was Convicted of the Fellony and Burglary.

[Death. See summary.]


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