Have you not given an account of this before?
Yet-It was not that after I had laid hold of Dunderdale. I saw him pass the handkerchief; if I have sworn otherwise, I have-sworn falsely-this is my signature- looking at his deposition -this was-read over to me- read -«I saw Dunderdale lean up against the prosecutor, lift up the flap of his coat, and take out a handkerchief, upon which I laid hold of him, he instantly passed the handkerchief to Warrington, who ran away.
I said no such thing. I am constable of Uxbridge. I took Dunderdale-he broke out of the cage. Dunderdale’s Defence. When he took me, he said, «What did you take from that gentleman’s pocket? I searched Painter, not in consequence of what Larkin told me, but in consequence of Warrington going towards Painter.
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I live at Muswell-hill, Hornsey. On the 29th of August I was in Barbican, about five o’clock in the afternoon,-I had my pocket picked of my handkerchief, which I had seen safe about an hour before-this is it-there are no marks on it. I was in Barbican, and saw the prisoner draw the handkerchief from Mr. Attwood’s pocket-he ran away-Mr.
Attwood ran after him, and ce and took him-I am sure he is the man. I took the prisoner in the public-house-the handkerchief was lying close by him. curves connect I am a cab owner, and live in Asylum-buildings, Westminster-road. I missed the articles stated in the indictment on Friday night the 30th of ining them -they had been put into my stable-I saw the prisoner twice in front of my place, and on the Thursday morning previous to the robbery, I saw him in front of my place-I do not keep my harness in a bag.
I was present at the trial of the indictment in question-the prisoner is the person who was then convicted-I was the officer, and had her in custody-I have not the slightest doubt of her
I am a supernumerary officer. I was on duty is Bridge-street, and saw the harness in the prisoner’s possession on the 30th of August, at nine o’clock at night, and apprehended him. I was in the Westminster-road, and this laid in a bag-I was going to bring it down to Smithfield to show it to a master I my had been working for. The prisoner has been in his service two years-he received money on his account-on the 20th of August I desired him to go to Mr. Smith to receive 23 l.
Smith would pay next week. On the 20th of in the service of Mr. On Thursday, the 22nd of August, I was desired by Mr. Warton to go to Mr. I am Assistant Solicitor to the Mint. I produce a copy of the record of the conviction of Phoebe Anderson, for uttering counterfeit silver, at this place, in ined with the original record in Mr.
Clark’s office, and it is a true the copy- read. I am a policeman. I am assistant to Mr. Baker, a linen-draper, in Upper Eaton-street, Pimlico. On Friday, the 2nd of e to our shop for a few trifling articles of silk and tape, which came to 3 d.
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Were there many people about? Yes, but no others near to them, nor within about a yard and a half-no persons were between the prisoner and me-I was not certain what he was at, till I saw him draw his hand from her pocket-I did not seize him, because I thought it better to tell the policeman first-the woman was leaning on a rail, looking at the side end of a show-I was not looking at a show-neither the purse nor money was found-I think the prisoner was in West-street, when he was taken, about a hundred yards from where the woman had been standing.
I took charge of the prisoner, unbuttoned his coat, and the handkerchief fell down in front of him. I live in Oxford-street. On Wednesday, the 21st of August, I was at Pinner races, near Harrow-I had a pocket-handkerchief in my left coat-pocket-I took my stand opposite the wining-post-as the horses came in, there was a general rush-I felt a tug, and on looking round, the officer had the prisoner Dunderdale in custody-I found my handkerchief was gone out of my pocket-I have not seen it since. I was near to the winning-post-I saw Dunderdale lean on the gentleman’s back, and the other prisoner close against him-I saw Dunderdale lift the gentleman’s coat, take the handkerchief out, and pass it to Warrington-I took Dunderdale, and tried to take Warrington, but he got into the crowd and got away.