excerpt from 'Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 12 February 2019), May 1766, trial of Andrew Welch (t17660514-40).' (155 words)

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Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 12 February 2019), May 1766, trial of Andrew Welch (t17660514-40).

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[Andrew Welch was found not guilty on 14 May 1766 of assaulting and robbing Bridget Dunn, a widow] 

 

Bridget Dunn: I was at the Crown and Anchor, at the corner of Seacoal-lane ; the prisoner was there when he saw me pay my reckoning for two pints of beer; [...]  then I went to go home at the upper end of the lane, and as I was going down the steps he took my money and ring from me.

 

Q. When was this?

 

B. Dunn. This was betwixt nine and ten at night. On the 8th of May[.]

[…] 

 

Prisoner's defence

[Andrew Welch]: I was drinking at the Anchor and Crown; my prosecutrix came in, and would have me in her company; she asked me to drink and sing a song; I sung two songs; she took me to another house, and gave me some more liquor; after that, she came to my house and said, I picked her pocket[.]

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