John Sullivan.
24th February 1697
Reference Numbert16970224-23
VerdictsGuilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty > pleaded guilty; Guilty > pleaded guilty
SentencesDeath

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John Sullivan, alias Davis , of the Parish of Stoke Newington , was indicted for robbing Thomas Cowlis on the High-way, on the 22d of November last, and taking from him a Bag, val. 1 d. four Guineas, and 3 l. in Silver , to which Indictment he pleaded guilty , and said that he would rely upon the Mercy of the Bench.

He was Second time indicted for another Robbery on the High-way, committed at Padington on the 29th of October last, and taking from William Jackson a Silver-hilted Sword, an Agate-handle Knife and Fork, and a Grey Gelding and Saddle ; to which Indictment he likewise pleaded guilty .

He was a Third time indicted for another Robbery on the High-way, committed at St. Martins in the Fields on the 11th of November last, and taking from Robert Russell a Scarlet Cloak ; to which Indictment he likewise pleaded guilty .

[Death. See summary.]


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