The examination of David Davies concerning the theft of sugar

From the Rolls of the Montgomeryshire Quarter Sessions For the Epiphany Session 1830:

Montgomeryshire. The examination of David Davies of Newtown Grocer taken upon Oath before me George Arthur Evors Clerk one of his Majestys Justices of the Peace in and for the said County the 12 day of November 1829

Saith that one night about a month or five weeks ago his warehouse door was broken open by the lock having been wrenched off it, that he had several casks of sugar in the warehouse at the time and he suspected that part of the sugar had been stolen but as the casks had been open before and part of the contents taken out, he cannot swear that any part of it had been stolen

David Davies

Taken & Sworn before me
G.A. Evors

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