apprehended at Croydon

Last week was apprehended at Croydon in Surrey by Mr. Jordan, gaoler for this county (and on Saturday last brought to this gaol) Thomas Horner, who with William Jeffries and William Irish, not yet taken, (all under sentence of death) escaped from the said gaol on the 10th of May 1763, by means of a false key, conveyed by some person unknown (See the Paper of the 24th of the said month). Horner for the last year had lived at or near Croydon, in the service of a gentleman, and is said to have behaved himself very well.