Joseph Radman.
2nd May 1764
Reference Numbert17640502-4

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226. (M.) Joseph Radman was indicted, for that he, together with James Rockett and Timothy Steward , in a certain alley and open place, near the king's highway, on John Pennington did make an assault, putting him in corporal fear and danger of his life, and taking from his person a metal watch, value 3 l. three metal seals, value 12 d. a watch brass key, value 1 d. three guineas, and five shillings in money, numbered, his property, and against his will , Nov. 20 . *

The prosecutor, Lowther the evidence, and the rest of the evidences, deposed as on the trial of Rockett and Steward, capitally convicted for the same, and since executed. See No. 206, and 207, in last Sessions paper, to which for want of room the reader is referred.

Guilty . Death .

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