JOHN MALLION.
29th May 1816
Reference Numbert18160529-93
VerdictGuilty
SentenceImprisonment; Miscellaneous > fine

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568. JOHN MALLION was indicted for stealing, on the 31st of May , six silver tea spoons, value 2l. one pair of silver sugar tongs, value 18s. a three shilling bank token, two eighteen-penney bank tokens, two shillings, and one sixpence, the property of John Taylor , in his dwelling house .

JOHN TAYLOR . The prisoner was a lodger of mine. In consequence of missing the articles in the indictment, I had him apprehended on suspicion, and two duplicates were found on him.

THOMAS HART . I am a constable. I took the prisoner into custody as he was going to bed. I searched his clothes, and found a pawnbrokers duplicate for three silver tea spoons, pawned for seven shillings, on the 30th of May, and another duplicate for three more tea spoons, and a pair of sugar tongs, pawned for twelve shillings, on the 31st of May.

JOHN NEALE . I am a pawnbroker. These are my duplicates. I took the spoons in to pawn of the prisoner; he has been a ship carpenter, and lately returned from sea.

GUILTY .

Confined fourteen days , and fined 1s.

Second Middlesex Jury before Mr. Recorder


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