HANNAH BOLTSAGE.
18th September 1811
Reference Numbert18110918-28
VerdictGuilty
SentenceImprisonment > newgate; Miscellaneous > fine

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649 HANNAH BOLTSAGE was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 5th of August , twenty yards of printed callico, value 30 s. the property of James Lamming .

WILLIAM KAYE. I am a shopkeeper to Mr. Lamming, a linen-draper , 30, Ludgate Hill . On Monday the 5th of August, about four in the afternoon, I was returning from the door, I observed the prisoner watching the young man, who had been attending to her who had occasion to go into the back shop, and before he could return, she drew a piece of print off the counter, and secreted it under her clothes, I believe that she was not at all aware of my being at the door, and before the young man returned from the back shop, I placed myself at the back of her, so as she could not meet the young man without seeing me, she was desirous of getting to the counter, she could not because of me, I saw

her let the callico go. I took it into my hand, she said she took it to look at it.

The property produced and identified.

Prisoner's Defence. I had no intent to steal it, I took it to see whether I liked it or no.

GUILTY , aged 23.

Confined one Month in Newgate , and fined 1 s.

London jury, before Mr. Recorder.


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