Devereux Feasaut, Walter Terrey.
28th August 1700
Reference Numbert17000828-16
VerdictsGuilty; Guilty

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Devereux Feasaut and Walter Terrey , both of the Parish of St. Martin Vintry , were Indicted for Felony and Burglary for breaking the House of Thomas Walcup , on the 15th of March last, about 9 in the Night, and taking thence 6 Dozen pair of Mens Gloves, value 4 l. the Goods of William Harrison . Mr. Walcup deposed that his House was broke open and the Goods gone, but could not say who took them. Another Evidence was one who was in the Robbery, who said that they broke open the Door and took the Goods, and sold them to one Seabrook in Barbican, and afterwards divided the Money together. But the Prisoner denied the Fact, saying that they did not know the Evidence; but that did not avail them. The Jury found them both Guilty of Felony and Burglary.

Waiter Terrey was a second time Indicted for feloniously stealing from Richard Crosse a pair of Sheets, a Damask Table Cloth 2 yards of Muslin, 108 yards of Silk fooling, and divers other Goods , on the 10th of April last. The Prosecutor said that he was Robbed of Oris Lace and other Goods, but knew not who took them. The other Evidence, who was one who was in the Robbery, said that they took the Goods out of the Prosecutors Shop near the half Moon Tavern in Aldersgate-street , and afterwards sold them and shared the Money. The Prisoner denied the Fact, saying he knew nothing of it; but that did not avail him, it being so plainly proved against him. The Jury found him Guilty .

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