CHARLOTTE HARRISON.
11th January 1827
Reference Numbert18270111-119
VerdictGuilty
SentenceTransportation

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396. CHARLOTTE HARRISON was indicted for stealing, on the 15th of December , 1 coat, value 1s. 6d.; 1 shift, value 6d.; 1 cap, value 6d.; 1 pair of shoes, value 3s.; 1 razor, value 6d., and 1 bag, value 1d. , the goods of Edward Carroll .

EDWARD CARROLL . I am a labourer , and lodge in Buckeridge-street (I have not been long in town) - I had been there two days; my wife and I went to bed - these things were hanging up safe; I had seen the prisoner in the day-time - when we awoke in the morning, they were gone.

GRIFFITH JONES . Early on the morning of the 16th of December, Carroll came to me to apprehend the prisoner. I found her in the house, with this gown on her back, a coat buttoned round her neck, and all the other property in a bag under her arm - she said she had robbed him of them.(Property produced and sworn to.)

GUILTY . Aged 20.

Transported for Seven Years .


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