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He was tried at Old Bailey, London on 8 December 1784 for stealing linen handkerchief with a value if 1 shilling. He was sentenced to transportation for 7 years and left England on the Scarborough aged about 18 at that time (May 1787). He had no occupation recorded. He died in 1795.

Notes: Another young pickpocket.Sentenced to 100 lashes (“50 now and 50 when he can”) for stealing 2 pounds of flour, and absconding in November 1789.He escaped again in June 1790, for which he received 300 lashes. On 3 September 1792 he was caught stealing after breaking into a house, for which he was sentenced to life at Norfolk Island.Ended “a life of wretchedness and villainy” by suicide.

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