Court proceedings: THOMAS CRAMP, theft: simple grand larceny, 28 Oct 1830
THOMAS CRAMP, theft: simple grand larceny, 28 Oct 1830.The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18301028-60
THOMAS CRAMP was indicted for stealing, on the 22nd of October, 3 pairs of shoes, value 6s., the goods of Josiah Gumbleton.
JOHN JAMES GUNNELL. I am an officer. On the 22nd of October I was in Berwick-street, about half-past nine o'clock in the morning; I saw the prisoner with a bundle, he passed me, and had two other boys in his company - I saw him run from the other boys, and went and took him; I asked what he had; he said three pairs of shoes which he had brought from his master, Mr. Jones, in the New-cut, and he had been to Somer's-town with them - that they did not fit, and he was going to take them home again; I took him, and found the owner; this ticket was on them.
JOSIAH GUMBLETON. I am master of the shop. These shoes are mine; I missed them from the door-way - this ticket was on them at the time; I made it myself.
Prisoner's Defence. A boy dropped them, and I took them up.
GUILTY. Aged 19. - Transported for Seven Years.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18301028-60
28 Oct 1830
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