Charles Morgan, Jacob Sidenden.
14th September 1763
Reference Numbert17630914-10
VerdictGuilty; Not Guilty
SentenceTransportation

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363, 364. (L.) Charles Morgan , and Jacob Sidenden were indicted for stealing one pair of men's worsted hose, val. 4 s. the property of Peter Cavallier , Aug. 20 . ++

Peter Cavallier deposed, that he kept a hatter and hosier's shop in Leadenhall-street ; that the prisoners came on the 20th of Aug. about 5 in the evening, and asked to see some black ribbed stockings; that while they were there he saw a pair of stockings removed in the window, but knew not by who; that he locked the door, and, upon searching, found them in the lining of Morgan's coat. (The stockings produced and deposed to.)

Morgan Guilty . T.

Sidenden Acquitted .


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