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 Quarter Sessions : Richard Neyler charged with stealing hairs from horse's tail

Quarter Sessions : Richard Neyler charged with stealing hairs from horse's tail

4 May 14 Eliz. At Hackney on the said day Richard Neyler late of London fishmonger, stole certain hairs worth three pence from the tail of Henry Warley's mare, and certain hairs worth three pence from the tail of John Finkes gelding. Putting himself Guilty, Richard Neyler was sentenced to stand in the pillory at Cheapside (ponatur super collistrigium in Cheape Side London). GDR [1572]

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