26th October 1814
Reference Numbert18141026-99
SentenceImprisonment; Miscellaneous > fine

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966. THOMAS BURGESS was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 21st of September , two bridles value 15 s. the property of Robert Barrowdale .

ROBERT BARROWDALE . I am a stable-keeper in Bond-street . I missed the two bridles on the 22nd of September, they were taken out of a stable in my yard. The prisoner had lived with me about five or six weeks.

- Philo. I am an officer, I apprehended the prisoner I watched him out of an old iron shop, he was then in company with two others, He had offered the bridles for sale. I took him to Bow-street and found the bridles upon him. These are the bridles.

Prosecutor. They are the bridles that I lost from my yard. I never suspected the prisoner until I saw these things.

GUILTY , aged 21.

Confined 1 year and fined 1 s.

First Middlesex jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.

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