Elizabeth Baker.
20th October 1762
Reference Numbert17621020-19

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303. (M.) Elizabeth Baker , spinster , was indicted for stealing one piece of paduasoy ribbon, value 4 s. 6 d. the property of William Saunders , Aug. 3 .~

Thomas Gray . I am servant to Mr. Saunders, an haberdasher and hosier . The prisoner came into our shop, and desired to see some ribbons; I shewed her a drawer of ribbons; she stood a tedious time over them; the shop filled apace: I saw her convey a piece of ribbon under her arm, and afterwards she went out of the shop. I followed and brought her back again, and took her backwards into the counting-house, and found the piece of ribbon under her arm. [ Produced in court, and deposed to by a mark on it.]

The prisoner said nothing in her defence.

Guilty . T

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