JOHN DAVEY, Theft > grand larceny, 15th February 1827.

Reference Number: t18270215-128
Offence: Theft > grand larceny
Verdict: Guilty
Punishment: Imprisonment
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621. JOHN DAVEY was indicted for stealing, on the 22d of January , 12lbs. of horse-hair, value 12s. , the goods of Jeremiah Quin .

JEREMIAH QUIN. I am a coach-maker , and live in Red Lion-yard, Clerkenwell . My coach stood in the yard - the coachman called me up about six o'clock in the morning: I found the cushions cut, and the horse-hair gone from them - I found the prisoner at the watch-house with it.

JOHN PILGRIM . I am a watchman. On this morning I saw the prisoner go down Red Lion-yard with something in his hand. I took him soon after coming out of the yard with this sack full of hair - he said he had bought it, and was going to take it to Field-lane; I called Quin up, who found his coach lining cut to pieces.

THOMAS UNDERWOOD . I took the prisoner into custody, and found a knife and four duplicates on him.

GUILTY . Aged 19.

Confined One Month .

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