JOHN VANDENBERGH, WILLIAM KEEP.
27th February 1788
Reference Numbert17880227-26
VerdictNot Guilty

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179. JOHN VANDENBERGH and WILLIAM KEEP were indicted, the first for receiving, on the 15th of November , two pair of silk breeches, a silk waistcoat, and a dimity bed-gown; and the other for receiving, on the 17th of November, two silk waistcoats and two cotton counterpanes, knowing them to have been stolen ; being a parcel of the goods which John Durham and Edward Crowther were convicted of stealing in December sessions.

There was no evidence to bring the charge home to the prisoners.

BOTH NOT GUILTY .

Tried by the first Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.


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