GEORGE TURNER.
3rd June 1824
Reference Numbert18240603-40
VerdictNot Guilty

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256. GEORGE TURNER was indicted for stealing, on the 14th of March , three garden hand-glasses, value 1 s. 6 d. , the goods of Edward Inkersley .

EDWARD INKERSLEY. I lost three garden hand-glasses about the 13th or 14th of March, from my garden, which is about a quarter of a mile from my house. This man had been employed in a garden at the end of mine, which was divided from it by a fence. I afterwards found them at Clapton, and knew them by a mark upon them - they were in the possession of George Garret . The prisoner was taken in Spa-fields.

GEORGE GARRET . I am a victualler, and live at the Robinhood, public-house, High-hill-ferry, Clapton. I believe the prisoner brought me the glasses - I had seen him once before; I cannot be positive as to his person. There were four glasses brought to me.

WILLIAM WAINWRIGHT . I took the prisoner into custody on the 24th of April - I did not then know of this charge. As I was taking him to Clerkenwell he said he had a letter written to him, and he took the glasses with the letter.

Prisoner's Defence. A man came to me in Ray-street, Clerkenwell, and asked me to go with him and sell the glasses.

NOT GUILTY .


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