Middlesex Sessions:
Sessions Papers - Justices' Working Documents

July 1794

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To wit}

The Information of Elizabeth Lazanby< no role > , Single woman , of
No. 3 Crown Court , Coleman Street London , Ann Harding< no role >
Sing woman at her bathers near the Adam & Eve , Hoxton Town , Harriet
< no role > , a Lodger at a Hair Dresser's, in Bush Lane Cannon Street ,
Single woman , William Reed< no role > apprentice to Mr Hughes, Printer
who Weston's park Lincoln's Inn fields , John Evening< no role > at
his Mother's a Tayloress in Leaden hall Market , John Bailey< no role >
a Gunsmith a Lodge at Mrs. Richardson's Plumtree Court
Shoe Lane
who on their oaths severally say, and first The said
Elizabeth Lazenby< no role > for herself saith That she in company with Ann Harding< no role >
and the other Informants abovementioned went out about Three O Clock
on WednesdayTuesdayMorning last, to take a Walk in the fields near White
Conduit house . That soon after they had got into the fields nearly
opposite White Conduit house. The prisoners at the Bar who call
Themselves Henry Pouncet< no role > John Galloway< no role > Dennis Mac Carty< no role > John
Mac Carty
< no role > & William Handcock< no role > , Came up behind Them, when
John Galloway< no role > & John Mac Carty laid hold of her with great
Violence, and threw her down upon her Back, tore her hand Kerc [..]
Cap and other apparel which The Then wore. That her Cloaths
were Turned up, One of her Legs held down by Galloway, who, als [..]
put his hand in her Mouth to prevent her calling out; when as
she believes the said John Mac Carty, where Breeches was down,
attempted to have Carnal Knowledge of her Body, But That She
was so frightened That she Cannot well Tell whether he
had or not. That afterwards She Attemptedafter That, and did get away

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