Elizabeth Strong, Royal Offences > coining offences, 16th October 1751.

Reference Number: t17511016-48
Offence: Royal Offences > coining offences
Verdict: Not Guilty > fault
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601. (M.) Elizabeth Strong , otherwise Mary Baker , was indicted for being a common utterer of false money, for that she had been convicted of uttering a false shilling, at Hicks's Hall , on Friday the 10th of May, in the twentieth year of his present Majesty ; and after that she was guilty of uttering another piece of false money, in the similitude of a shilling , on the first of August, 1751 . ++ .

The copy of the record of her former conviction was produced, but not being a true copy, and failing in the proof of that, she was acquitted .


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