James Cox.
18th February 1691
Reference Numbert16910218-31

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James Cox , was Indicted for that he, together with William Bailey , not yet taken, did break the House of George Jenkins and took away five Silver Spoons, value 3 l. a pair of Breeches, several pair of Ruffles, and some Crevats, and 3 l. in Mony , on the 28th of November last, which was plain against him; and the Evidence the Prisoner called was one of the Newgate Officers, who said, That he was once in Newgate before now, and a noted Criminal; so he was found Guilty of Felony and Burglary.

[Death. See summary.]

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