EVAN CAPE.
29th November 1832
Reference Numbert18321129-233
VerdictGuilty
SentenceTransportation

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234. EVAN CAPE was indicted for stealing, on the 24th of November , 1 cloth cap, value 2s., the goods of Charles Oswin , from the person of Charles Holley Oswin .

CHARLES HOLLEY OSWIN. I am the son of Charles Oswin - he lives in Harley-street, and is a dentist. On the 24th of November, I was in Vere-street , taking a letter to the Post, and the prisoner passed me - he took my cap, and ran on to Old Cavendish-street; there he threw it down, and I took it up - the officer followed, and took him in Oxford-street.

GEORGE MILLS (Police-constable D 84.) I saw the prisoner running - Oswin charged him with taking the cap- I followed him to Oxford-street, and took him.

GUILTY . Aged 15. - Transported for Seven Years .


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