John Fuller.
10th December 1684
Reference Numbert16841210-3
VerdictGuilty
SentenceDeath

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John Fuller , Indicted for stealing a Gelding, value 7l. from John Osburn , on the 28th of November last, it was proved against him, that the day before his taking the said Gelding, he came to Osburn to borrow a Horse, who told him he had but one in the House, which he could not spare, and that those that were at grass, he would not take up, so that Fuller going away somewhat dissatisfied, and the next Morning the Gelding being missed, upon diligent inquiry he was found in the hands of a Porter in West-Smithfield, which Porter produced the Prisoner, who had delivered him into his possession, all which appearing upon Oath, Fuller made divers trivial excuses, alledging he found him in a lane, &c. but the Evidence being plain he was found Guilty .

[Death. See summary.]


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