ELIZABETH HAYWARD, SARAH PHILLIPS, Theft > grand larceny, Theft > receiving, 10th January 1787.

Reference Number: t17870110-60
Offences: Theft > grand larceny; Theft > receiving
Verdicts: Guilty; Not Guilty
Punishments: Transportation
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219. ELIZABETH HAYWARD was indicted for stealing, on the 19th of December last, a linen gown, value 4 s. a silk bonnet, value 2 s. and a Bath cloth cloak, value 1 s. the property of Thomas Crofts :

And SARAH PHILLIPS otherwise

CONSTANT was indicted for receiving on the 8th of January , one linen gown, value 4 s. part of the said goods, knowing them to be stolen .

The prisoner Hayward was apprentice to the prosecutor, and was taken three weeks after she took the things; the gown was pawned by her, and redeemed by the prisoner Phillips, against whom there was no evidence.

ELIZABETH HAYWARD , GUILTY ,

Transported for seven years .

SARAH PHILLIPS alias CONSTANT,

NOT GUILTY .

Tried by the second Middlesex Jury before Mr. RECORDER.


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