Sarah Panks.
1st May 1717
Reference Numbert17170501-4
VerdictGuilty
SentenceDeath

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Sarah Panks , of London, was indicted for feloniously stealing a Silver Salver, value 4 l. a Silver Can, value 50 s.2 Silver Salts, value 30 s.6 Silver Spoons, value 3 l. and other Goods to the value 15 l. out of the dwelling-house of George Hammond , the 16th of April last. The Prosecutor deposed, the Prisoner was his Servant , and that while he was gone in the morning to drink the waters, she took the goods and went away. The Spoons at her apprehension were found upon her, and part of the money for which she had sold the rest. The Prisoner had nothing to say in her defence, so the Jury found her guilty of the indictment:

[Death. See summary.]


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