Mary Stint, Elizabeth Bateman.
14th April 1708
Reference Numbert17080414-19
VerdictNot Guilty; Guilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > branding

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Mary Stint, alias Bateman and Elizabeth Bateman , of St. Giles in the Fields , were both Indicted for feloniously Stealing a pair of silver Buckles, the Goods of Thomas Bradley , a lac'd Head-Dress, a pair of lac'd Ruffles, 2 Holland Aprons, a silver Spoon with other things the Goods of James Pinknis ; a gold Ring with other things , the Goods of Henry Hews , on the 5th of April last. The Evidence depos'd that Stint was hired by the Name of Bateman, (whom she personated) to James Pinkins, that the 2d Day of her being with him she went up Stairs, pretending to wash a Room; but made use of that opportunity to take the Goods out of several Drawer, and went off with them. That making search after her, she was found and upon examination confess'd the Fact. The Evidence proving nothing against Elizabeth Bateman, the Jury acquitted her, but found the other guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]


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