James Butler, John Callice.
8th December 1708
Reference Numbert17081208-15
VerdictGuilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > branding

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James Butler and John Callice alias John Walker , were Indicted for stealing a Wooden Box, a Whip, 2 Suits of Headcloths, 9 Muslen Neck-cloths, 10 Handkerchiefs, 7 Hoods, 18 pair of Gloves, with other things to a considerable value , the Goods of Thomas Patrige , on the 15th of October last. It appeared by the Evidence that the Goods were stolen from an Inn, and the Prosecutor hearing of the Prisoners, went to them and charg'd them with the Fact; who frankly own'd it, and at the same time gave him a Note under their Hands with a Direction where to find his Goods. The Prisoners saying little for themselves, the Jury found them both guilty of Felony.

[Branding. See summary.]


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