Thomas Murphy, Charles Doyle.
16th January 1685
Reference Numbert16850116-24
VerdictsGuilty > theft under 1s; Not Guilty
SentencesCorporal > whipping

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Thomas Murphy and Charles Doyle Indicted, the former as principal, and latter as accessory, for stealing a Golden cross, a Handkerchief, and a Leaden Meddal, inlayed with Gold , from Justin MacCartis Esq , of St. Martins in the fields , on the 19th of November , it was proved against Murphy, that he had stollen the goods specified, and delivered them to Doyle, in order to expose them to sale , nor did he deny the Fellony, in Court, only alledging that his Companion was Innocent, and knew not that the goods were stole; whereupon Murphy only was found Guilty to the value of 10d and his companion acquitted .

[Whipping. See summary.]

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