Isaac Blunt, Theft > animal theft, 26th April 1693.

Reference Number: t16930426-20
Offence: Theft > animal theft
Verdict: Guilty
Punishment: Death
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Isaac Blunt was tried for stealing a Brown Bay Nag, value 3l. from Allen Parsons , on the 1st of April Instant; the Horse was found upon the Prisoner, as he swopt him with another man, near London-Wall; which was owned by the Prosecutor. The Prisoner said he bought the Horse of a Stranger in Bishop-gate-Street, but could not produce any Witness to prove his Allegations; he had one person appear'd for him, who declared, that he had always behaved himself very honestly for several years last past, being a Hackney Coachman in the Parish of St. Andrews Holborn, in Little Grays-Inn-Lane , &c. he was found guilty of Felony.

[Death. See summary.]

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