ANDREW NEWMAN.
2nd December 1818
Reference Numbert18181202-89
VerdictNot Guilty

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86. ANDREW NEWMAN was indicted for stealing, on the 12th of November , one time-piece, value 5 s. , the goods of Thomas Hugall .

MARY HUGALL . I am the wife of Thomas Hugall . We keep a lodging-house at Poplar . On the 12th of November I was in the kitchen, and heard somebody in the parlour, I ran up, and saw the prisoner rush out of the street-door. I missed the time-piece. I overtook him - he appeared bulky. He got away from me, and I lost sight of him, but he was stopped. I am certain he is the man. The time-piece has never been found.

MR. CLARKE. I am an headborough. The prisoner was given in my charge, and offered to pay for the time-piece. He said he would pay for it in a week.

NOT GUILTY .

Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Common Sergeant.


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