City of London Sessions:
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16th January 1788 - 11th December 1789

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to wit}

The Information of John Wainwright< no role > of Allhallows Lane
Thames Street London , Iron porter taken before me William
< no role > Esqr. Mayor of the City of London and one of His Majesty's Justices of
the peace in and for the said City this 8th. day of December 1789

Who being upon Oath saith that between one and two this Morning he
saw the person now present who calls himself William Hounslow < no role > in Thames Street and
that said William Hounslow went up Lawrence Pountney Lane
soon after which he heard Something fall which he apprehended
by the Sound was a pewter potThat Informant Immediately
followed the said William Hounslow and stopped him in the said
Lane. And found upon him the Two Quart pewter pots [..]
and one half pint pewter pots now produced and that said pots appearing to
belong to William Morton< no role > the Queens Head Dack house Lane he
took the Prisoner there and upon Searching him again Informant
found a Pewter [..] pint pot in the said William Hounslow's Breeches.

John Wainwright< no role >

Sworn Guildhall London the
day & year above written before me}

Wm. Pickett< no role > Mayor

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