Robert King, John Suttle, Ann Payne.
15th May 1771
Reference Numbert17710515-76
VerdictGuilty; Not Guilty
SentenceDeath

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416, 417, 418. (L.) Robert King , John Suttle , and Ann Payne , were indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Roger Moser , on the 10th of April about the hour of one in the night, and stealing 38 guineas, eight half-guineas, and one crown piece, the property of the said Roger Moser ; and three guineas, one half-guinea, one quarter-guinea, a 4 s. 6 d. and 15 s. in money, numbered, and a pair of silver buckles; the property of Bryan Lee , in the dwelling house of the said Roger Moser . +

(The evidence on the trial was the same as on the trial of Charleton, No. 272 last sessions, who was concerned in the burglary for which he was convicted.) except the evidence of Edward Clay a pawn-broker; who deposed that King pledged a pair of buckles with him which were owned by Bryan Lee .

King Guilty , Death .

Suttle and Payne Acquitted .


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