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Adams, Thomas & Jack: Petition, King William County

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In King William County Superior Court October 9th 1810. William Hoomes late of the Parish of Saint John and County of King William labourer who stands convicted of Grand Larceny was led to the Bar in custody of the Jailor and thereupon it being demanded of him of any thing for himself he had or knew to say why the Court, here to Judgment and execution against him of and upon the promises should not proceed, he said he had nothing but what he had before said: Therefore it is considered by the Court and adjudged that the said William Hoomes the prisoner at the Bar be taken to the Jail and Penitentiary house of this Commonwealth and there be confined for the term of twelve months, one twel[f]th part of which time in the solitary cells thereof, upon low and coarse diet, and that the Sheriff of this county cause execution of this sentence to be performed forth with. A Copy Teste Ro: Pollard Jr. SCS