JAMES CARBRY.
26th October 1846
Reference Numbert18461026-2198
VerdictGuilty > unknown
SentenceImprisonment

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2198. JAMES CARBRY was indicted for stealing 3 copper bolts, value 1s.; and 4 copper nuts, 1s. 3d., the goods of William Philip Beech.

HENRY PEACHEY . I am foreman to Mr. William Philip Beech, a ship-broker,

at Rotherhithe. He has lost bolts and nuts—those now produced are his property—the prisoner had been employed by him on board a vessel the day before.

THOMAS WATKINS (police-constable K 310.) On the 30th of Oct. I took the prisoner—I found this property, tied in a handkerchief, in his hand, in a marine-store-shop—he said a man gave them him to sell.

Prisoner. I met a man who gave them to me.

GUILTY . Aged 29.— Confined Three Months.


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