Philip O Neale.
15th October 1690
Reference Numbert16901015-1
VerdictNot Guilty

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Philip O Neale was tryed for breaking the House of one John Fisher in Bartholomew Lane , and took away two Pieces of coyned Gold, value each 20 s. two other 10 s Pieces, 22 Guineas, and several other small Pieces of Gold, besides 60 l in Mony, &c. The Evidence swore, That he and three others came to the Prosecutors House to drink, and broke open the Chamber Door, and took away the Gold. The Prisoner denyed that he knew any thing of it, saying that he was not above Stairs, neither stayed in the House: The Evidence could not say that he was in the Chamber; so he was favoured by the Jury, and thereupon Acquitted .

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