Thomas Weal, Nathaniel Page.
16th July 1685
Reference Numbert16850716-26

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Thomas Weal , and Nathaniel Page Accessary, Indicted for breaking up the house of Robert Lampany , about four in the afternoon, on June 13 . and stealing a gold Ring, value 10 s. 4 pieces of Gold, commonly called Guinea's, with 15 l. of money in silver, a Canvas Bag, value 1 d. The Evidence for the King made it appear, That the Prisoners being apprehended, and examined, the aforesaid Weal confessed he took the money, and that Nathaniel Page his Fellow-Prentice was sharer with him; and Page likewise confessing he had 2 l. 6 s. of the aforesaid money, whereby he made himself an Accessary to the Fact, they were both found guilty .

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