Offence: Theft > grand larceny
Verdict: Not Guilty
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I lost a cotton gown and looking glass, on Wednesday last; the duplicate of the gown has been found in the prisoner's name; I am a lodger on the same floor with the prisoner, No. 1, Porter-street, Newport-market ; I saw the things about ten minutes before two, on Wednesday last; I went out and locked my door; I did not return till about a quarter past nine, when I missed this property, the gown, and glass in a gilt frame; I knew the prisoner before by living on the the same floor with me, in the same house.
Q. What is the prisoner? How does the get her livelihood? - By shoe binding and shoe closing. I believe. The gown I have seen since, but not glass.
I produce a gown. On Wednesday last, in the afternoon, a person came to
Not GUILTY .
Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Justice HEATH.