JAMES HARVEY.
6th September 1832
Reference Numbert18320906-48
VerdictNot Guilty

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1774. JAMES HARVEY was indicted for stealing, on the 7th of July , 2 chaise cushions, value 6s., and 1 driving-box, value 4s. , the goods of Samuel Bowley .

JOHN SHEPPARD . I am servant to Mr. Carr, at the Union, public-house, Bagnigge-wells-road . On the 7th of July, I was in the yard, and saw another man; I was looking after him, and saw the prisoner come out of the gig-house with these cushions and driving-box - I went and accused him of taking them; he threw them down when he saw me - they belong to Mr. Samuel Bowley .

HENRY ROWLISSON (Police-constable G 54). I took the prisoner; he said he knew nothing of these articles.

Prisoner's Defence. I went into the gig-house for another purpose.

NOT GUILTY .


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