SARAH WILSON.
22nd November 1847
Reference Numbert18471122-130
VerdictGuilty > unknown
SentenceImprisonment

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130. SARAH WILSON , stealing 3 pairs of trowsers, value 15s., the goods of Sarah Clark, her mistress.

SARAH CLARK. I am single, and live at 1, St. Swithin's-place, Chapman-street, St. George's in the East. I employed the prisoner—I sent her on 29th Sept. with three pairs of trowsers to Mr. Clark, whom I work for—she came back, and said it was too late, that she did not receive either money or work—I went myself next day, and afterwards saw her—she asked me to stop a bit and I should have my trowsers—I went with her to her mother's, and she asked her mother to release them from pawn—I gave her into custody—she had no business to pawn them—these are them.

WILLIAM BOURNE. The trowsers were pawned with me by the prisoner.

Prisoner. When I took them I intended to get them out again.

GUILTY. Aged 30.— Confined Three Months.


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