RICHARD SALTONSTALL.
11th September 1782
Reference Numbert17820911-27
VerdictGuilty
SentenceTransportation

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510. RICHARD SALTONSTALL was indicted for stealing on the 26th of August last, two cloth great coats, value 40 s. the goods of Thomas Dee , Esq.

EDWARD BURGESS sworn.

I am servant to Mr. Dee; on the 26th of last month I missed the coats, and a constable found them in the prisoner's possession, at the crown in Little Moor-gate. They are the same coats.

ADAM SHACKLE sworn.

The last witness and the coachman asked me if I had seen a person go by with a bundle: the prisoner had sent for a coach, I pulled the great coats from a seat in a drinking-room; they are the two great coats.

PRISONER.

I have nothing to say.

GUILTY .

Transportation to America, for seven years .

Tried by the London Jury, before Mr. RECORDER.


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