JOHN RILEY.
18th September 1816
Reference Numbert18160918-86
VerdictNot Guilty

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903. JOHN RILEY was indicted for stealing, on the 21st of September , seven shillings and six-pence of the monies of Charles Turmeau , and a handkerchief, value 7s. the property of Henry Turmeau .

CHARLES TURMEAU . I deal in lamps and oil , and live at 152, Drury lane . John Riley was engaged in my service, and in consequence of suspecting him, I desired my brother to mark some money, and give it to a neighbour to make a purchase.

HENRY TURMEAU . I did as my brother directed me, and gave the money to John Lucas .

JOHN LUCAS . On the morning of the day in the indictment, I purchased four lamp glasses at the prosecutor's house, paid the prisoner for them a three shilling piece and shilling.

NOT GUILTY .

First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.


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