Elizabeth Clark.
9th December 1691
Reference Numbert16911209-18

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Elizabeth Clark was tryed for stealing on the 3d. of July last, 1. Silver Cup, value 3 l. 2. Tasters 6 s. 2. Thimbles, 2 Pair of Clasps, some Hoods and Scarves, &c. the Goods of Francis Pennington ; the Evidence was Pennington himself, who said that the Prisoner lodged in his House, and took his Goods and pawn'd them in East-Smithfield, where he had them again; the Prisoner said that the Prosecutor gave her the Clasps and the other Things; but that was but a Sham, so she was found Guilty of Felony.

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