Mary John Short Squale.
14th September 1763
Reference Numbert17630914-51
VerdictNot Guilty; Not Guilty > no prosecutor

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414. (M.) Mary Short , otherwise wife of John Squale , was indicted for stealing a copper tea kettle, value 2 s. a sauce-pan, a blanket, a sheet, and a flat iron , the property of John Scurry , Aug. 15 . +

It appeared, the goods were let with a lodging to the prisoner, and the indictment not being laid according to act of parliament in that case, she was acquitted .

There were two other indictments against her, but the prosecutors not appearing, she was acquitted .

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