William Good.
9th December 1691
Reference Numbert16911209-5

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William Good of Stepney , was Tryed for a Robbery on the High-Way, committed upon the Body of one Austin Wilson , on the 3d. of this instant December , taking from him, a Dyaper Napkin Value 12 d. Twelve Larks, Two Ducks, and an Embroidered Wastcoat : The Prisoner, and one Richard White not taken, met the Prosecutor, between Hackney and London, about seven a Clock at Night; and violently seized him and took away the Goods, which was very plainly proved; and by the Assistance of another person, that happened to come by; the Prisoner was taken, but White got away: The Prisoner denied it, and said he was in Drink, but that was nothing for his Credit; he was found Guilty of the Robbery.

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