George Saunders.
25th February 1685
Reference Numbert16850225-6

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George Saunders , (a Soldier lately in the Garison of Tangier) Indicted for two several Robberies committed near Padington (about Eight of the clock at night) on the 7th of February last, being on Foot, he with Two more of his Complices, seized Two honest Countrey-Fellows , bound them hand and foot, stript them of their Cloaths, and took what money they had about them , and it being made appear that the Cloaths were found upon the Prisoner's back, (which he pretended he had bought, but could not prove it) and other violent circumstances concurring the said Prisoner was found Guilty of Felony and Robbery.

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