THOMAS SMITH.
9th April 1829
Reference Numbert18290409-277
VerdictGuilty > pleaded guilty
SentenceTransportation

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First London Jury before Mr. Sergeant Arabin.

956. THOMAS SMITH alias THOMAS FOWLER SMITH , was indicted for stealing, on the 15th of March , 36 lbs. weight of mustard, value 2l.; 36 lbs. weight of starch, value 1l. 12s. 9d.; 24 lbs. weight of packthread, value 17s.; 6lbs. weight of twine, value 5s. 6d.; 14 lbs weight of colour, value 14s.; 14 lbs. weight of pepper, value 1l. 3s.; 3 pints of blacking, value 3s.; 1000 nails, value 2l.; 2 tin boxes, value 2s.; 56 lbs. weight of soap, value 2l. 9s.; 1 box, value 2s; 1 chest, value 1s. 6d.; 2 casks, value 2s.; 80 lbs. weight of cloves, value 1l. 9s.; 14lbs. weight of carraway seeds, value 6s.; 4 1/2 lbs. weight of powder blue, value 6s. 9d.; 3 1/2 lbs. weight of Minerva green, value 7s.; 6 lbs; weight of Brunswick green, value 4s. 6d.; 5 1/2 lbs. weight of Oxford cotton, value 5s. 3d.; 8lbs. weight of rose pink, value 4s., and 3 bags, value 1s. 6d., the goods of Edward Yates and another, his masters. - Also for stealing, on the 8th of March , 7lbs. weight of nutmegs, value 2l. 2s.; 4 lbs. weight of galls, value 4s.; 4 lbs. weight of Italian juice, value 8s.; 5lbs. weight of gum arabic, value 7s.; 10 lbs. weight of capers, value 16s. 8d.; 7lbs. weight of arrow-root, value 5s. 3d.; 5 lbs. weight of almonds, value 9s.; 6 lbs. weight of tapioca, value 3s.; 23 lbs. weight of blue, value 1l. 9s.; 17 lbs. weight of ginger, value 19s. 6d.; 14 lbs. weight of sago, value 6s.; 14 lbs. weight of sal prunella, value 5s.; 8 lbs. weight of Dutch pink, value 4s.; 4 lbs. weight of crone yellow, value 8s.; 1 lb. weight of pepper, value 2s.; 4lbs. weight of red lead, value 8d.; 1 lb. weight of gum, value 3s.; 3 lbs. weight of isinglass, value 2l.; 6 bags,

value 6s. 6d., and 1 chest value 1s. 6d., the goods of Edward Yates and another, his masters. - Also for stealing, on the 19th of March , 32 lbs. weight of starch, value 1l. 8s.; 2 gallons of vinegar, value 4s.; 3 lbs. weight of soap, value 1s. 6d.; 1 hempen bag, value 1s. 6d.; 1 stone bottle, value 1s. 6d.; 2 1/2 lbs. weight of mace, value 1l.; 1 gross of lamp cottons, value 2s.; 8 ozs. weight of cayanne pepper, value 2s.; 8ozs. weight of realing thread, value 8d.; 2 mandrills and 2 lamps, value 3s.; 54 brushes, value 1l.; 19s. 7d.; 19 pints of capers, value 1l.; 100 quills, value 2s.; 2 bottles of ink, value 5d.; 10 quires of writing paper, value 8s.; 11 lbs. weight of arrowroot, value 8s. 3d.; 2 lbs. weight of cinnamon, value 17s. 6d.; 1 brush, value 1s. 6d.; 2 boxes, value 1s. 6d.; 2 gallons of oil, value 1l. 12s. 6d.; 28 glass bottles, value 6s. 4d., and 1 stone bottle, value 5s., the goods of Edward Yates and another, his masters. Also for stealing, on the 4th of February , 18 lbs. weight of soap, value 10s.; 3 gallons of oil, value 1l.; 30 lbs. weight of starch, value 1l. 1s., and one stone bottle, value 3s., the goods of Edward Yates and another, his masters .

To which indictments the prisoner pleaded

GUILTY . Aged 25.

Transported for Fourteen Years .


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