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Cecasting te bepalen

TRIAL

OF

RICHARD PATCH

FOR

THE WILFUL MURDER

OF

ISAAC BLIGHT,

AXROTHERHITHE, on the 23d of SEPTEMBER, 1803.

AT THE SESSION HOUSE, NEWINGTON, SURREY,.

On Saturday the Fifth of April, 1806.

TAKEN IN SHORT-HAND-BY.

JOSEPH GURNEY and W:B: GURNEY.

LONDON:

SOLD BY M. GURNEY, BOOKSELLER, HOLBORN-HILL.

1806.

[Entered at Stationers' Hall.}

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TRIAL

OF

RICH A RD PATCH

FOR THE WILFUL MURDER OF

ISAAC BLIGHT.

At the Lent Assizes for the County of Surry, holden

at Kingston, before the Right Honorable Sir. Archibald Macdonald, Knt. Lord Chief Baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer; and the Honorable John Heath, Esquire, one of the Justices of His Majesty's Court of Common Pleas, the Grand Jury found a Bill of Indictment against Richard Patch, for the wilful Murder of Isaac

Blight. The Trial was appointed to take place at the Session

House, at Newington, on Saturday the 5th of April.

SESSION HOUSE, NEWINGTON,

Saturday, April 5,1806. Before the Right Honorable SIR ARCHIBALD MAC

DONALD, Knt. Lord Chief Baron of His Majesty's Court of Exchequer.

Counsel for the Crown. Counsel for the Prisoner.
MR. GARROW,

MR. Serjeant Best,
MR.COMMON SERJEANT, MR, GURNEY,
MR. CONST,
MR. POOLEY.
Solicitors.

Solicitor.
MR. C. HUMPHREYS,

MESSRS. FLETCHER and Barnard's Inn.

WRIGHT, Hyde Street,
Bloomsbury

The Court being opened, and Richard Patch set to the Bar, he was arraigned on the Indictment, to which he pleaded not guilty. Then the Pannel returned by the High Sheriff was called over, and the following were sworn

THE JURY.
CHARLES SMITH, of Merton.
THOMAS DALEY, of Barnes.
JOHN LAYTON, of Putney.
JOHN CAPE, of Putney.
ISAAC HILLIER, of Merton.
HENRY WOOD, of Putney.
JOHN WEDGE, of Wandsworth.
THOMAS BARTLETT, of Merton.
GEORGE MOORE, of Putney.
GEORGE SMITH, of Putney.
DANIEL LANGTON, of Wandsworth.
THOMAS CHAPMAN, of Putney.

Mr. KNAPP, the Clerk of Arraigns, charged the JURY with the Prisoner, in the usual form, on the following Indictment.

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