Mary Barker.
17th April 1751
Reference Numbert17510417-25

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287. (L.) Mary , wife of Henry Barker , was indicted for stealing eight linen aprons, value 6 s. the goods of Richard Linch , March 21 . *

The prosecutor lives on Garlick-hill : When his wife was up stairs, the prisoner took an opportunity to go in and take the things mentioned in the indictment: A little child came in and call'd her down stairs, telling her, a woman had been in, and was gone away with some things; upon which the prisoner was pursued by Edward Bailey , and taken in the street with the things upon her.

Guilty .

[Transportation. See summary.]

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