Alexander Younger.
16th January 1682
Reference Numbert16820116a-7
VerdictGuilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > fine

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Alexander Younger , the person who swore Treason against Mr. Harvy, was Tryed upon a Trespass for forcibly entring the House of Albinus Spencer , and under a pretence of searching for prohibited Goods, taking thence 2 Silver Sword Hilts, valued at 4 l . He having been Tryed for a Fellony the last Sessions, and acquitted; but had no such good luck this: But after a full hearing of the Evidence he was found Guilty of the Trespass, and Fined Ten Mark , and to continue till next Sessions. There were produced in Court no less than Ten Commitments by which he had been committed to Newgate and other Goals for Fellony and Misdemeanors, and it was objected, That he had not only Counterfeited the Hands of the Five Commissioners of the Customs, but likewise the Kings Seal; and yet this was one of Loyal NAT'S intimate acquaintance.


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