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2nd November 1761 - 15th December 1762

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The Information of Henry Folliet< no role > Servant to Henry Pully< no role > of
Thames Street London Cooper taken the 2d. day of Novr.
1761 before me one of his Majesty's Justices of the Peace
for the City of London and Liberties thereof

This Informant on his Oath saith that on Monday last he
work'd with Thomas Davis< no role > his fellow Servant at the Warehouse
of Messrs. Barrow and Reynolds near the Old Swan , Thames Street
London Oilmen that they stole about Twenty pounds weight of
Capers out of a Cask in the said Warehouse which they sold
the same day to one Israel-Wolfe< no role > a Jew for which he
agreed to give them Six pence a pound, That on Tuesday last
they likewise stole another Quantity of Capers which he believes
was about Twenty pounds weight which they fill'd into a Rundlet
but did not take [..] them away, That in or about the Month of August
last he this Informant and the said Thomas Davis< no role > in Company
together Stole [..] Six pounds weight of Prussian Blue out of the
said Barrow & Reynolds Warehouse four pounds of which was
[..] Sold to the said Wolfe for fourteen Shillings which this
Informant receiv'd and divided with the said Davis, and
that at another time the other two Pounds was sold to the
said Wolfe for Swen Shillings which this Informant hath not

Taken and Sworn the Day & year
first above written before me}

Tho Rawlinson< no role >

Henry Folliet< no role >

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