THOMAS WOODMAN, EDWARD BATTEN.
11th July 1781
Reference Numbert17810711-2
VerdictsNot Guilty > no prosecutor

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373, 374. THOMAS WOODMAN and EDWARD BATTEN were indicted; the first, for stealing a pair of trowsers, value 1 s. a duck frock, value 1 s. a cheque shirt, value 1 s. a cotton shirt, value 2 s. two pair of leather shoes, value 8 s. a linen shirt, value 3 s. and a pair of corderoy breeches, value 12 s. the property of Thomas Johnson ; and the other, for receiving the above goods, well-knowing them to have been stolen , June 6th .

(The prosecutor and his witnesses were called, but not appearing, the court ordered their recognizances to be estreated.)

BOTH NOT GUILTY .


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