Patrick Nowland.
8th December 1731
Reference Numbert17311208-35

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Patrick Nowland , of St. Andrew's Holborn , was a third time indicted for stealing a pair of Stays, a Sattin Gown, and a Linen Gown, the Goods of Anne Blague ; a Cloth Coat, the Goods of Joseph Knot ; and a pair of Calamancoe Shoes , the Goods of Mary Adderly , the 28th of October last.

Anne Blague . I lost the 2 Gowns and Stays, and the Prisoner was taken in offering them to Sale at Mr. Savages , the Golden Key, in Chick-Lane.

Thomas Fench , Savages Man. The Prisoner brought these Goods to sell with those of Mr. Durant's, and I stopt them all together.

Joseph Knot . I lost this Coat, and found it again at Mr. Savages.

Thomas Fench . The Prisoner brought that Coat to my Master to sell.

Mary Adderly . I lost a Hat and Wig, and this pair of Shoes.

Constable. These Shoes I found in the Prisoner's own Lodging, in Abel's Buildings in Rosemary-Lane.

Prisoner. I bought all these Goods of William Trevors .

Trevor. 'Tis very true, for I and my Partners stole them all, and sold them to the Prisoner.

But notwithstanding this, the Jury found him Guilty . Death .

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