JAMES MULLIGAN.
20th February 1822
Reference Numbert18220220-73
VerdictGuilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > fine

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398. JAMES MULLIGAN was indicted for stealing, on the 6th of January , two doors, value 4 s. , the property of David Henderson .

DAVID HENDERSON . I live in New-street, Golden-square. I had some houses under repair in Hopkins-street, Westminster . There were two old doors off their hinges, in the kitchen of No. 13. I did not miss them till I saw one at Webster's.

ELIZA WEBSTER . I keep a coal-shed in Crown-street, St. James's. On Friday night I bought two doors of the prisoner to cut up for fire-wood, for 3 s. 6 d.; he said they were his perquisites. Next morning Henderson claimed them. He came to sell some wood a week afterwards, and was secured.

THOMAS GOOK . I took him in charge; he wished to pay for them.

GUILTY . Aged 25.

Fined One Shilling and Discharged.

First Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Common Sergeant.


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