ELIZABETH TAYLOR.
14th February 1816
Reference Numbert18160214-102
VerdictGuilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > fine

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278. ELIZABETH TAYLOR was indicted for stealing, on the 3d of February , four three-shilling Bank tokens, an eighteen-penny Bank token, five shillings, ten penny pieces, and eight halfpence , the property of William Garrand .

WILLIAM GARRAND . I keep the Robin Hood, at Upper Clapton . The prisoner used to be about our house to assist my wife. I had missed a great deal of money out of my till. The prisoner slept three or four nights in my house, and the rest she used to sleep with her parents. In consequence of missing so much money, I marked some with G's and some with W's. We can't keep our till locked always. I left my bar in about an hour and a half, and left my wife at home. I had locked my bar. When I returned, I asked her for the key. When I opened the bar, I missed a three-shilling token and some halfpence. I then fetched an officer, and when he came, I charged the prisoner with having the money, and she said she had none. She did not serve in the bar. She was searched in my presence, and a three-shilling Bank token, a shilling, and a sixpence, all marked were found on her. She also had some half-pence which were marked. The shilling and the six-pence were both marked with a W. The three-shilling token was marked with a G.

GUILTY .

Fined 1s. and delivered to her friends.

Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Common Serjeant.


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