CATHERINE HAINLEY.
14th September 1826
Reference Numbert18260914-13
VerdictGuilty > theft under 40s
SentenceTransportation

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1324. CATHERINE HAINLEY was indicted for stealing, on the 20th of July , 2 table-cloths, value 4l., and 5 napkins, value 1l., the goods of Lord Howard, of Effingham; 1 gown, value 3s.; 1 apron, value 6d., and 1 frill, value 6d., the goods of Jane Chilcott , in the dwelling-house of Lord Howard, of Effingham .

EDMUND NOTLEY . I am footman to Lord Howard, of Effingham, who lives in Mansfield-street, Portland-place . On the 20th of July, between twelve and one o'clock, I went down to the housekeeper's-room, and found the prisoner there; I asked what she was doing - she said no harm - but in her apron she had the articles stated in the indictment; she said she came down the area to beg broken victuals.(Property produced and sworn to.)

GUILTY. Aged 18. Of stealing to the value of 39s. only .

Transported for Seven Years .


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