ABRAHAM SUTLIFT, WILLIAM ANTRIM, WILLIAM BRADSHAW.
9th January 1776
Reference Numbert17760109-45
VerdictNot Guilty

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172, 173, 174. ABRAHAM SUTLIFT , WILLIAM ANTRIM , and WILLIAM BRADSHAW were indicted for feloniously making an assault in the king's highway in and upon James Nevill , with intent the goods and monies of the said James to steal, against the statute , November 27th .

"The prosecutor being sworn deposed,

"that he was stopped near Tottenham Court

"Road on the 27th of November, about five

"in the evening, by three men, who demanded

"his money; he said the persons who assaulted

"him were like the persons at the bar,

"but was not able to speak positively."

ALL THREE NOT GUILTY .

Tried by the First Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.


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