4th April 1836
Reference Numbert18360404-936
VerdictGuilty > unknown

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936. ELLEN NORTON was again indicted for a misdemeanor.

ELIZABETH BRICKNELL . I am the wife of Jacob Thornby Bricknell, of a baker, who lives at No. 12, Judd-street. The prisoner came to my shop on the 12th of March—she asked me for tow quartern loaves for Mr. Clements—I said I had no state ones—she said new would do—she did not say she wanted state, but Mr. Clements generally had stale—he deals with us—I delivered them to her, believing her to be in his service—I did never seen her before—she first of all said the wanted two loaves for the linen-draper in Judd-street—I said, "Mr. Clements?"—she said "Yes."

THOMAS PARKER CLEMENTS . I had discharged the prisoner on the 11th in March—she was not out service on the 12th—I had not sent her for the bread.

Prisoner's Defence. I did not take the calico; but the other linen and the bread I did—the calico was on the kitchen table.

THOMAS PARKER CLEMENTS . It was locked in her box up-stairs.

GUILTY .—Aged 15.

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