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Trial of John Carter for Burglary, 1836

December 28, 2013
1338. JOHN CARTER was again indicted for burglariously breaking, and entering the dwelling-house of Charles Barrett, at West Ham, Essex, about the hour of two in the night of the 1st of April, with intent to steal, and stealing therein, 1 coats, value 2l.; 1 umbrella, value 10s.; 1 tippet, value 5s.; 1 cap, value 2s.; 1 handkerchief, value 2s.; 2 collars, value 1s.; and 1 spoon, value 5s., his goods; and 1 umbrella, value 1l. 3s. the goods of James Barrett. CHARLES BARRETT . I live at Chopham farm, West Ham, Essex. On Friday, the 1st of April, I went to bed about half-past eleven—I was the last open up—I looked into the parlour, which was afterwards broken open, and saw that it…   View trial »

Trial of John Carter for Burglary, 1836

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