MARY KELLY.
21st April 1819
Reference Numbert18190421-250
VerdictNot Guilty

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750. MARY KELLY was indicted for stealing, on the 15th of March , one 5 l. bank note, the property of James Chubb , from his person .

JAMES CHUBB . I am a harness-maker , and live at Holloway. On the 15th of March, about eleven o'clock, I was at the Lord Nelson, public-house, Shoreditch , the prisoner and two others were there - they asked me to give them a glass of gin. I offered the landlady a 5 l. note to pay for it - the prisoner snatched it out of my hand, put it down towards her pocket-hole, and would not deliver it up. The watchman took her - it was not found. She said if I would go to her house she would give me the note.

MARGARET HOARE . I keep the Lord Nelson. I was in the bar, and saw the prisoner snatch the note out of the prosecutor's hand.

ANN M'DERMOT. I was with the prisoner. She snatched the note out of the prosecutor's hand. He treated me with a glass of gin.

Prisoner's Defence. I met him in the City-road - he took me to the house. I never saw the note.

NOT GUILTY .

Third Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.


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