Joseph Towle.
10th October 1694
Reference Numbert16941010-4
SentenceMiscellaneous > branding

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Joseph Towle was Tried for stealing 3 l. in Money, from William Underhill Esq ; at the Three Arrows Brewhouse in Golden-Lane ; the Prisoner was seen to come out of the Counting house, (being Cooper to the Brewhouse) and afterwards the Drawers were found open, and the Money gone; and he being strictly examin'd about it, confest that he had broke open the Drawers before this time; and the Prisoner gave the Clerk 50 s. back again, desiring him to be kind to him; he had nothing to say for himself, but that he was drunk, and did not know what he did; but that was of no advantage to him, for he was found Guilty of Felony.

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