William Bond, John Hoane.
9th October 1689
Reference Numbert16891009-3

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William Bond and John Hoane , both of the Parish of St. Mary Maudlin, Old Fish-street , were Indicted for breaking the house of one John Smith on the 23d of September last . It was evidenced against them by the Prosecutor, that they were taken coming out of the House in the very Act, and the Goods found upon them were one Silver Salt, two pair of Gloves, and a Knife, and a pair of Silver Buckles, a Periwig, and a Silk Hood, and a small parcel more of Goods, amounting all to the value of about 30 s. The Prisoners denied it, and said that they had no concern in the Robbery: But the matter being plainly evinced against them, they were both found Guilty of Felony and Burglary.

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