10th July 1805
Reference Numbert18050710-31
VerdictNot Guilty > no evidence

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462. ELIZABETH FORSTER was indicted for that she, on the 6th of July , did knowingly, and designedly, by false pretence to Harriot Ford , a servant of Elizabeth Hatton , did produce an order from Thomas White , meaning James White steward of St. Bartholemew's hospital, for a city patient, meaning a patient of the said hospital, that she was sent for clothing for the said patient, and that she, by means of such false pretence, did then and there unlawfully, knowingly, and designedly, obtain of the said Harriot Ford a coat, value 5 s. a waistcoat, value 3 s. and a pair of

breeches, value 1 s. the property of Elizabeth Hatton , with intent to cheat and defraud her thereof .

There being no evidence against the prisoner she was


London Jury, before Mr. Recorder.

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