Elizabeth Woodward.
29th June 1743
Reference Numbert17430629-55
VerdictGuilty
SentenceTransportation

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354. Elizabeth Woodward , of St Giles in the Fields , was indicted for stealing one Camlet Gown, a Shift, four Caps, a Cambrick Hood, two Cambrick Handkerchiefs, a Linnen Apron, a Silk Knot, two Pair of Shoes, and one Pair of Cloggs , the Goods of Elizabeth Aldridge , June 7 .

Elizabeth Aldridge . I took the Prisoner in Covent-Garden, with my Gown, Shift, Apron, Cap, and Knot on.

Joseph Murphy , the Constable: I saw them upon her Back; the Prisoner was stript; and I have kept them ever since.

The Prisoner said, the Prosecutrix lent them to her to go to see a Friend; but this she denied. Guilty .

[Transportation. See summary.]


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