Middlesex Sessions:
Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents

September 1790

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to Wit}

The Examination of Edmund Paleman< no role > a Rogue and Vagabond
taken on Oath this twelfth day of August one thousand Seven Hundred
and Ninety before me John Spiller< no role > Esquire one of his Majesty's Justices of
the peace for the said County of Middlesex Who Saith that he [..]
was born at the Parish of Langford in the County of Bedford and that
When he was a Lad he lived as a hired Servant by the year to William
[..] Dilly
< no role > a Farmer there, and received Wages but forgets
how much and continued in that Service about Two years and
then left him and came to London And further Saith That he
never have Done any [..] Act whatsoever since he left that
Service to gain him a Subsequent Settlement elsewhere

Taken and Sworn
the 12th day of August
1790 before}

John Spiller< no role >

The mark of
Edmund [mark] Pateman< no role >

Witness John Armstrong< no role >

to wit}

The Information of John Armstrong< no role > Constable of Church End in
the Parish of Saint Leonard Shoreditch who on his Oath Saith
that he Apprehended their twelfth day of August the Above said Rogue and Vagabond in the
Parish of Saint Mary White Chapel he having in his Custody
an Iron Crow with an Intent to Commit a Feloney
therewith Contrary to the Statute Etc

John Armstrong< no role >

Sworn this 12th day
of August 1790
before me}

John Spiller< no role >

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