Thomas Barnet, Eliz. Barnet, Eliz. Bonlace.
20th July 1698
Reference Numbert16980720-10
VerdictsNot Guilty

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Thomas Barnet , Eliz. Barnet, alias Midsham , a Principals, and Eliz. Bonlace as Accessary, were Indicted for Felony and Burglary, in breaking the House of Daniel Fisher , in the day-time, and taking a Cloth Coat, a Silk Wastcoat, 5 l. 15 s. in Mony, and other Goods . One of the Evidence deposed, that she and Thomas and Eliz. Barnet were in the Robbery; that she and the former opened the door with a Picklock, went into the House, and brought out the Goods, while the latter stood in the streets; and finding her on their coming out opposite to the door, they all three came away with the Goods, and sold them to Eliz. Bonlace,

whom they told they were stolen . Another deposed, that when Eliz. Barnet was seized, some of the Goods were found about her. The Prisoners denied their ever having been concern'd with the first Evidence; that what Goods were found about E. Barnet she bought. And the Evidence being found in many Storys, so lessened the Credit of their Depositions, that the Jury brought them all in not Guilty .

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