Old Bailey Proceedings:
Old Bailey Proceedings: Accounts of Criminal Trials

27th February 1712

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Currently Held: Guildhall Library, Corporation of London

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William Yarwood OldBaileyDefendant and Rodry Awdry OldBaileyDefendantThis name instance is in set 1425 (two Boys ) of the Parish of White Chapel , were indicted for stealing 3 Silver Salvers, 5 Casters, 6 Tea-spoons, and other Goods, to the value of 30 l. the Goods of Daniel Mahon OldBaileyVictim , on the 11th of January last. The Evidence depos'd, That the Parlor-door was open'd, and the things taken away, but cou'd not give any account which way. But afterwards by accident it was discover'd by a Coachman, that he took up two Boys near Aldgate on the Day abovesaid, and carry'd 'em to Hockly in the Hole, where by some Passages they had a Suspicion, and upon search found the Prisoners, who own'd the Fact, and that they had sold the Plate for 8 l. Yarwood said that Awdry invited him to go with him in a Coach to see his Aunt. He was found Guilty , and Awdry pleaded Guilty .

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