Samuel Hull, Edward Harvey, William Sperry, Theft > burglary, 13th May 1725.

Reference Number: t17250513-6
Offence: Theft > burglary
Verdict: Guilty > theft under 40s
Punishment: Transportation
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Samuel Hull , Edward Harvey , and William Sperry , alias Spiller , of S. Andrew's Holborn , were a 3d time indicted for breaking and entring the House of William Colbin , and taking thence three Wigs value 9 l. and 15 Ounces of Human Hair val. 21 l. on the 27th of April last in the Night . William Colbin depos'd, that his Shop was broke open, and the Goods in the Indictment taken away. Hull's Confession before Sir Francis Forbes was read, in which he own'd, that he, with Sperry and Harvey, broke open Colbin's Shop in Camomile-street , (but did not say whether in the Night or Day) and took out the Hair and Wigs, one of which he sold in Middle-Row. The Jury found each of them guilty of Felony to the Value of 39 s. Transportation .

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