Philip Lacy.
6th September 1749
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532. Philip Lacy , was indicted for that he, together with William Tidd , not yet taken, on the king's highway, upon Henry Aplen did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life; one man's hat, one silk handkerchief, val. 2 s. and 3 s. 3 d. half-penny in monies numbered, did steal, take and carry away , July 25 .

Guilty , Death .

This was an accomplice with Valentine Godwin and James Johnson, who were cast last sessions, and since executed. To which tryal the reader is referred. No. 422, 423. in the July sessions paper.

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