ELEANOR LANGRAM.
11th September 1782
Reference Numbert17820911-70
VerdictGuilty
SentenceCorporal > whipping

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554. ELEANOR LANGRAM was indicted for feloniously stealing on the 8th of July last, six linen shirts, value 6 s. the goods of Edward Abbott .

SARAH ABBOTT sworn.

I lost six shirts on the 8th of July, I did not see then taken; I live at No. 55 in Golden lane .

ANNA BICKERTON sworn.

I saw the prisoner take these six shirts off the line; I live next door to Mrs. Abbott, it was on the 8th of July, I asked her what was in her apron, she said nothing, I called Mrs. Abbott as she was loth to let me see, she came into my house, and I saw her drop the shirts.

(The shirts deposed to by Mrs. Abbott.)

Prisoner. The prosecutrix promised not to hurt me; I have a lame child subject to fits, and a husband at sea, the prosecutrix has lost nothing.

GUILTY .

Whipped and discharged.

Tried by the second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Justice GOULD.


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