3rd June 1772
Reference Numbert17720603-1
VerdictsNot Guilty

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411, 412, 413, 414. (M.) ISAAC HOLMES , JAMES FOX , ELIZABETH TURNER , spinster , and THOMAS WILCOX were indicted, the two first for breaking and entering the dwelling house of Thomas Price , on 19th April , about the hour of twelve in the night, and stealing a scarlet duffel cloak, a mahogany tea chest, two tin cannisters, two oz. of tea, a copper tea-kettle, a brass candlestick, a brass drudging box, a pewter plate, a flowered linen child's petticoat, a dimity child's petticoat, a linen gown, a linen handkerchief, a linen cap, three lb. of beef, one lb. of butter, four lb. of bread, a pair of worsted stockings, a lb. of thread, a silk pin cushion, a linen cap and a linen towel, the property of Thomas Price in his dwelling house . ELIZABETH TURNER for receiving the said goods, well knowing them to have been stolen , and THOMAS WILCOX for procuring, counselling, aiding and abeting Isaac Holmes and James Fox , the said Burglary to do and commit . *

There being no evidence to bring the charge home to the prisoners, but Francis Gray the Accomplice, they were.

All Acquitted .

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