Patrick Nowland, Theft > theft from a specified place, 8th December 1731.

Patrick Nowland , of St. Clement's Danes , was indicted for stealing 4 Bed Curtains, 2 Window Curtains, 3 Sheets, 1 Table-cloth, 1 Cloth Coat, 1 Cloak, 3 Gowns, 1 Petticoat, and other Things, the Goods of Frederick Caran , in the House of Michael Carny , on the 1st of October last.

The Prosecutor's Lodgings were robb'd, and the Goods found in the Prisoner's House (in Mill-Yard, Rosemary-Lane;) but for want of sufficient Evidence that he stole them, the Jury acquitted him.

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