ANN JACKSON.
16th April 1817
Reference Numbert18170416-151
VerdictGuilty
SentenceTransportation

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689. ANN JACKSON was indicted for stealing, on the 22d of March , one watch, value 2l.; one 3s. bank token, and a 1l. bank note, the goods and monies of Mathias Brooks , from his person .

MATHIAS BROOKS . I am a carpenter . On the 22d of March, about twelve o'clock, I met the prisoner in Charles-street, Drury-lane, and went home with her. I was quite sober - We had some drink - I awoke in about an hour, and found the place quite dark, and the prisoner gone - I missed my watch and 1l. 3s., from my breeches pocket - I am sure the prisoner is the woman - I went in search of her, and found the watch and note on her

JOSEPH TRIMBEY . I am a watchman. I was calling three o'clock-the prosecutor said he had been robbed, and described the prisoner to me - We traced her to two or three cook-shops, in Dyot-street, and found her in Monmouth-street, Crawley found the 1l. note on her.

PATRICK CRAWLEY . I am a watchman. I traced the prisoner to Monmouth-street - I had seen her going towards St. Giles's - I found the watch and 1l. note on her.

(Watch sworn to.)

GUILTY . Aged 29.

Transported for Seven Years .

Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.


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