ROBERT JAMES OSBORNE.
23rd October 1843
Reference Numbert18431023-2828
VerdictsGuilty > pleaded guilty
SentencesTransportation

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2828. ROBERT JAMES OSBORNE was indicted for stealing, on the 30th of Sept., at St. George in the East, 18 spoons, value 5l.; 1 pair of sugar tongs, 5s.; 1 cruet-frame, 10s.; 2 cruet stops, 2s.; 1 toast-rack, 5s.; 6 knives, 2s.; and 6 forks, 2s.; also, on the 29th of Sept., 1 sheet, 2s.; and 1 table-cloth; the goods of William Skeggs Francis, his master, in his dwelling-house;and that he had been before convicted of felony ; to which he pleaded

GUILTY . Aged 17.— Transported for Ten Years.


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