John Luise Juncker.
5th July 1749
Reference Numbert17490705-31

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405. John Luise Juncker was indicted for stealing a pair of silver shoe and knee-buckles, val. 30 s. one pair of studs, and half a moidore, and 6 s. and 6 d. in silver, the goods of Daniel Billets , one pair of silver knee-buckles, one silver stock-buckle, one silk handkerchief, one pair of silver studs, the goods of Henry Merder , one perriwig, the goods of Condra Dedrick .

Apr. 12 .

The prisoner was a German, and could not speak English; he was tried by half the London-Jury, and half the Jury of Foreigners, and had an interpreter, to let him know what each witness deposed against him. The things being found in the prisoner's possession, and he gone off with them as far as Kingston from London, he was found Guilty .

[Transportation. See summary.]

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