Charles Pocock.
7th December 1743
Reference Numbert17431207-48
VerdictGuilty > theft under 1s
SentenceTransportation

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55. Charles Pocock , of St. Lawrence Poultney , was indicted for stealing two Silk Handkerchiefs, value 4 s the Goods of Edward Athawes , Dec. 1 .

Deborah White . The Prisoner came to my Room to bring some Coals, I had three Silk Handkerchiefs upon the Bed; he asked for some small Beer, and while I was getting it, I turned my Head, and saw the Handkerchiefs in his Hand; he wrapped them up in his Apron, and threw them out of the Window all together.

Frances Spencer . I was at Work in the Shop, and heard my Mistress say you have stole my Handkerchiefs, and I saw the Handkerchiefs and Apron come down by the Side of the Window. Guilty 10 d.

[Transportation. See summary.]


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