John Briler, John Robinson, John Hundsdon.
10th May 1769
Reference Numbert17690510-52
VerdictNot Guilty

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335, 336, 337. (M.) John Briler , John Robinson , and John Hundsdon , were indicted, together with two other persons not taken, for breaking and entering the dwelling-house of John Wilkins , on the 4th of May , about the hour of eleven in the day, no person being therein, and stealing a large quantity of household goods, the property of the said John, in his dwelling house . ++

The dwelling house appeared not to be the property of the prosecutor, in which he had put his goods, and the three persons loaded them in a cart, and put them into an apartment belonging to Briler, and sent the prosecutor word where he might find them.

All three acquitted .

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