James Lanman, Robert Drumman.
28th February 1722
Reference Numbert17220228-20
VerdictGuilty
SentenceDeath

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James Lanman , was a 2d time indicted with Robert Drumman , of St. James Westminster , for privately stealing out of the Shop of Elizabeth Stockdel and Sarah Penn , 3 mother of Pearl patch Boxes, value 30 s. 2 silver snuff Boxes, 30 s. and other things the Goods of Elizabeth Stockdel and Sarah Penn, on the 2d of January last. Elizabeth Stockdel depos'd, she lost the Goods out of her shew Glass. Henry Bushel and George Harrison depos'd, that they took Robin Drumman and his Mother in Southwark. and took a silver Tobacco Box (the Goods of Mr. Hansel,) on Drummans Mother, to whom he own'd he sold several Goods that he stole. Katherine Rider depos'd, that Drumman told her, he and Lanman took out a good many Snuff Boxes out of a show Glass in St. James's Market, and sold them to his Mother: who knew where to dispose of them. Guilty

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