WILLIAM HOLLEWELL.
28th October 1820
Reference Numbert18201028-99
VerdictGuilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > fine

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1326. WILLIAM HOLLEWELL was indicted for stealing, on the 24th of September , one coat, value 1 l., and one waistcoat, value 2 s. , the goods of Robert Black .

ROBERT BLACK . I live in Great Ormond-street . On the 23d of September, I gave a young man a parcel to take to Scotland. On the 28th he told me he had lost it.

THOMAS GOOK . I am an officer. I took the prisoner on the 27th of September, and asked for the duplicates, he burst out a crying, and said they were not pawned but sold to an Irishwoman in Monmouth-street. He took me to Leary's, and I found the coat.

MARY LEARY . I bought the coat and waistcoat of the prisoner.

JAMES POWELL . I had the parcel to take to the wharf, and lost it. The prisoner drove the cart.

(Property produced and sworn to.)

GUILTY . Aged 18.

Fined One Shilling , and Discharged.

Second Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Recorder.


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