JAMES MARTIN, Theft > housebreaking, 10th January 1828.

Reference Number: t18280110-2
Offence: Theft > housebreaking
Verdict: Not Guilty
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Before Mr. Justice Park.

258. JAMES MARTIN was indicted for breaking and entering the dwelling-house of Anthony Le Rivere , on the 23d of December , and stealing 4 coats, value 4l.; 2 pairs of trousers, value 30s.; 3 waistcoats, value 20s.; 1 jacket, value 10s.; 1 hat, value 1s.; 1 pelisse, value 2l.; 2 pairs of boots, value 15s.; 1 cap, value 5s.; 3 pairs of shoes, value 4s.; 1 violin and bow, value 3l.; 1 flageolet, value 20s.; 4 spoons, value 5s.; 1 brooch, value 2s.; 1 pair of scissors and pen-knife, value 2s.; 5 sovereigns, and 3s. 6d. in monies numbered , his property.

The evidence given in this case was precisely the same as is detailed in the report of the prisoner's trial in the New Court, on the fourth day of the Session, when he was convicted of receiving the articles stated in this indictment.

NOT GUILTY .


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