Benjamin Harvy.
10th December 1690
Reference Numbert16901210-45

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Benjamin Harvy , of Fulham in the County of Middlesex, was tryed for breaking open the House of William Skinner , and taking thence a Bible, Looking-glass, a Pair of Sheets, a Pillow and other Bedding, on the 29th of September , 3 Years past, entring the House by breaking the Glass of the Window, and lifting up the Bar that closed the Shutters with a Knife, through the Crevis : And being discovered by his Wife, upon a Falling out between them, he confess'd it before a Justice of Peace, and not being well able to deny it upon Tryal, or give any good Account of himself, he was found Guilty of the Fellony and Burglary.

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