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434. Richard Mapesden , late of Recculver in the county of Kent , was indicted, for that he, together with divers others, to the number of thirty persons, were assembled together in the parish of Recculver , being armed with fire-arms, and other offensive weapons, in order to be aiding and assisting in running and landing uncustomed Goods .
March 30. 1747 .
The Witnesses for the Crown were Barrat, Pain, and Cheeseman; it was for aiding and assisting in company with Uriah Creed that very time for which he is cast, his tryal will be sufficient, and for want of room is here omitted; to which the reader is refer'd.
Guilty Death .