11th January 1804
Reference Numbert18040111-81
SentenceImprisonment > newgate; Miscellaneous > fine

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141. WILLIAM NAYLOR was again indicted for obtaining goods under false pretences.

JANE PRIDMORE sworn. - I am servant to Mr. Jamieson: On Tuesday, between one and two o'clock, Naylor came to our house, and said he came from Mr. Dunbar for the remainder of the bottles; he had away five dozen; I am sure he is the person; he came three days following.

THOMAS JAMIESON sworn. - Mr. Dunbar was to send to me for some empty bottles; there were forty or fifty dozen altogether.

DUNCAN DUNBAR sworn. - I live at No. 7, Fore-street, Limehouse; I had agreed with Mr. Jamieson for some empty bottles; I sent my servant for them; the prisoner is not my servant; I never ordered him to fetch them; I never saw him till I saw him at Guildhall.

Prisoner. I leave myself to the mercy of the Court.

GUILTY , aged 35.

Confined three months in Newgate , and fined 1 s.

London Jury, before Mr. Recorder.

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