Anne Morley.
19th February 1766
Reference Numbert17660219-24
VerdictGuilty
SentenceTransportation

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138. (M.) Anne, wife of Joseph Morley , otherwise Anne Waley , spinster , was indicted for stealing two linen bed-curtains, value 2 s. 6 d. two linen sheets, value 2 s. 6 d. a copper tea-kettle, value 2 s. and a man's hat, value 12 d. the property of Charles Jeenes , February 11 . ||

Charles Jeenes . I keep a pork-shop in Golden-lane, the prisoner was a lodger of mine; she came to me as a married woman, and has since declared she is not married. I have lost many things, but I charge her with nothing but what we found and brought here; they were pledged in her name.

Daniel Getens . I am a pawnbroker, I took these things in of the prisoner at the bar; I lent her the same money upon them as is mentioned in the indictment.

Prisoner's defence.

I did not quit my lodgings, I pawned them for want.

Guilty . T .


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