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" That he had under his care and direction, several warehouses for receiving and concealing stolen goods: and also a ship for carrying off jewels, watches, and other valuable goods, to Holland, where he had a superannuated thief for his factor. "
Portraits, Memoirs, and Characters, of Remarkable Persons, from the ... - Page 226
by James Caulfield - 1819
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The Criminal Recorder: Or, Biographical Sketches of Notorious Public Characters

Student of the Inner Temple - Crime - 1804
...That, in order to carry on these vile practices, to gain some credit with the ignorant multitude, hi usually carried a short silver staff, as a badge of...used to produce, when he himself was concerned in robhing. 8. " That he had under his care and direction, several warehouses for receiving and concealing...
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Anecdotes of the Manners and Customs of London During the ..., Volume 2

James Peller Malcolm - Architecture - 1810
...these vile practices, and gain some credit with the ignorant multitude, he usually carried about him a short silver staff as a badge of authority from...produce when he himself was concerned in robbing. " That he had under his care and direction se~ veral warehouses for receiving and concealing stolen...
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The Lives and Portraits of Remarkable Characters, Drawn from the Most ...

James Caulfield - Eccentrics and eccentricities - 1819
...writings of all kinds, for pear fifteen years past, but had frequently been a confederate, and robbed with the above-mentioned convicted felons. VII. "...concealing stolen goods: and also a ship for carrying offjewels, watches, and other valuable goods to Holland, where he had a superannuated thief for his...
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The Newgate Calendar: Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most ..., Volume 1

Andrew Knapp, William Baldwin - Crime - 1824
...with the abore-men. tioned convicted felons. VII. That in order to carry on these vile practices, and to gain some credit with the ignorant multitude, he...a short silver staff, as a badge of authority from tin* government, which he used to produce when he himself was concerned in robbing. VIII. That he had,...
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The Chronicles of Newgate, Volume 1

Arthur Griffiths - Crime - 1884
...paper unless the loser could exactly specify them. " In order to carry out these vile practices, and to gain some credit with the ignorant multitude, he...produce when he himself was concerned in robbing." Last of all he was charged with " selling human blood ; " in other words, of procuring false evidence...
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Thief-Taker General: Jonathan Wild and the Emergence of Crime and Corruption ...

Gerald Howson - History - 1985 - 338 pages
...near 1 5 Years past, but had frequently been a Confederate, and robb'd along with the above-mention'd convicted Felons. VII. That, in order to carry on...Government, which he used to produce, when he himself was concern'd in robbing. VIII. That he had, under his Care and Direction, several Warehouses for receiving...
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Imagining the Penitentiary: Fiction and the Architecture of Mind in ...

John Bender - History - 1987 - 337 pages
...and appointed distinct Gangs for each, who regularly accounted with him for their Robberies. . . . VII. That, in order to carry on these vile Practices,...Government, which he used to produce, when he himself was concern'd in robbing.20 To one whose aspirations would turn like Fielding's to rouse the civil power,...
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