Trial text at oldbaileyonline.org
Tried at Old Bailey, London (middx gl. delivy.). Accused of burglary (breaking and entering the dwelling-house of thomas neal , on the 3rd of april, in the 8th year of the reign of george the 4th, and stealing therein 10 pieces of cloth, value 78l.; 23 yards of cloth, value 10l., and 1 piece of kerseymere, value 1l., his property, breaking and entering the dwelling-house of john baker, on the 14th of june, in the 7th year of the reign of george the 4th, (he and others being therein,) and stealing 130 shawls, value 120l., and 25 pieces of printed cotton, value 30l., the goods of edward woodward and another, burglary in the dwelling-house of john dewis , on the night of the 24th of july, 1826, and stealing 215 yards of bobbinet, value 65l.; 110 shawls, value 70l.; 70 pieces of bombazeen, value 100l.; 40 pieces of norwich crape, value 200l.; 20 pieces of ribbon, value 10l.; 50 pieces of silk persian, value 20l., and 40 yards of woollen cloth, value 14l., the goods of john wray). Found not guilty. Sentence outcome was transported.