Charles Hardwick.
6th December 1769
Reference Numbert17691206-30
VerdictGuilty
SentenceTransportation

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36. (M.) Charles Hardwick was indicted for stealing a cloth coat and waistcoat, value 20 s. a man's hat value, 12 d. a linen shirt, value 2 s. a muslin neckcloth, value 2 s. a pair of cotton stockings, value 12 d. and four yards of burdett , the property of Bartholomew Bennet , November 13 . +

Bartholomew Bennet . On the 13th of November I lost the things, laid in the indictment, out of my house (mentioning them by name) I found the prisoner with the coat and waistcoat, and hat on him, two days after. He knew they were my property; he worked for me, I am a taylor; he made them for a customer; he had pawned the burdett.

Prisoner's Defence.

I can't say nothing for myself.

Guilty . T .


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