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Image 74 of 45814th February 1770

Middlesex (to Wit)

The Information of George Minery< no role >
taken before me One of his Majestys
Justices of the Peace for the said County

Who being upon Oath saith that in the Night of the
12nd. day of January last this Informant together
with John Macduff< no role > James Smith< no role > & Thomas
< no role > met after Midnight at the two Brewers
near Saint Giles's Church And from thence Went
to a Barber in Tottenham Court Road and Broke
Open a Shutter of the Front Parlour and took out
a Number of Wigs which were lying within Reach
in the Window but none of them went into the House
but not thinking any of the said Wigs were of any
great Value they threw them away And then they
Went into a Court in a New Street coming up into
Tottenham Court Road And Broke Open the Parlour
Windows of a House in the said Court and James
< no role > went in and took out from thence 2 Black
Silk Cloaks One of them trim [..] th Furr
some Aprons One Sheets and a Womans Black Hatt
Andfrom thence they Workas they were coming along
with the Goods they met a Watchman in Rathbone
Place in Oxford Road who asked them for a Chew
Tobacco and they all ran away but this Informant
was Stopped by a Man and taken but what became
of the Goods he does not know

Sworn before me the
14th. Day of February
1770 }

Saunders Welch< no role >

George Memory< no role >

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