Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Richard Vauson, John Ratteray, Nicholas Beck, Thomas Passford, John Barnes, Ann Mills, Mary Batters, John Avery, Charles Hughs, John Sutton, Elizabeth Mollard, Francis Trasey, Margaret Meeka, Mary Wotten, Armington Poore, Solomon Spring, John Wyat, Elizabeth Parsons, John Overton, Henry Prosoley, Simon How, John Jackson, Arrabella Reeves, Anthony Sanderson, Henry Hurt, Tabitha Porter, Henry Woodcock, James Nichols, William Goddard, James Robins, Thomas Pursival, John Brown, John George, James Pidgley, William Goodman, Samuel Smith, Katherine Jones, John Collet, Robert Lamborn, George Emmet, William Palmer, Valentine Cogswell, John Edwards, Nicholas Salter, John Stafford, Latimore Ridley, Richard Oxden, Robert Foster, John Nelson, William Philips, Ann Hedger, Ann Wait, Peter Barbey, Nowel Gawell, George Wood, Isabella Constance, Mary Tomson, Henry Jean, Henry Howel, 10th October 1688.

Reference Number: s16881010-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; No Punishment > pardon

The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment, as followeth.

3 Persons received Sentence of Death, viz.

Richard Jones for Murther; James Cary alias Jefferies for Robbing on the High-way; William Savadge for Robbing in the Kings High-way.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Richard Vauson, John Ratteray, Nicholas Beck, 10th October 1688.

Reference Number: s16881010-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

Richard Vauson John Ratteray and Nicholas Beck , Servants to the Right Honourable the Earl of Salisbury, who were tryed the last Sessions, for the Murther of one Anthony Matson , a Beadle, and found guilty of Manslaughter; Appeared in Court and Received the benefit of His Majesties most Gracious Pardon .

John Chapman , Mayor.

October the 13th. 1688.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Thomas Passford, John Barnes, Ann Mills, Mary Batters, John Avery, Charles Hughs, John Sutton, Elizabeth Mollard, Francis Trasey, Margaret Meeka, Mary Wotten, Armington Poore, Solomon Spring, John Wyat, Elizabeth Parsons, John Overton, Henry Prosoley, Simon How, John Jackson, Arrabella Reeves, Anthony Sanderson, Henry Hurt, Tabitha Porter, Henry Woodcock, James Nichols, William Goddard, James Robins, Thomas Pursival, John Brown, John George, James Pidgley, William Goodman, Samuel Smith, Katherine Jones, John Collet, Robert Lamborn, George Emmet, William Palmer, Valentine Cogswell, John Edwards, Nicholas Salter, John Stafford, Latimore Ridley, Richard Oxden, Robert Foster, John Nelson, William Philips, Ann Hedger, Ann Wait, Peter Barbey, Nowel Gawell, George Wood, Isabella Constance, Mary Tomson, Henry Jean, Henry Howel, 10th October 1688.

Reference Number: s16881010-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

His Majesties Most Gracious and Free PARDON

WAS ordered to be Pleaded by several of the former as well as the present Convicted Felons in Newgate, whose Names were called over Sucessively, which are these Under-written; which they all in General Pleaded, upon their several and respective Knees, viz.

Thomas Passford

John Barnes

Ann Mills alias Yates

Mary Batters

John Avery

Charles Hughs

John Sutton

Elizabeth Mollard

Francis Trasey

Margaret Meeka

Mary Wotten

Armington Poore

Solomon Spring

John Wyat

Elizabeth Parsons

John Overton

Henry Prosoley

Simon How

John Jackson

Arrabella Reeves

Anthony Sanderson for a Fine

Henry Hurt

Tabitha Porter

Henry Woodcock

James Nichols

William Goddard

James Robins

Thomas Pursival

John Brown ,

Highway-men.

John George .

James Pidgley

William Goodman

Samuel Smith

Katherine Jones

John Collet

Robert Lamborn

George Emmet

William Palmer

Valentine Cogswell

For Clipping.

John Edwards

Nicholas Salter

John Stafford

Latimore Ridley

Richard Oxden

For Murther.

These Under-written received the Benefit of His Majesties PARDON upon their being Arraigned.

Robert Foster

John Nelson

William Philips

Ann Hedger

Ann Wait

Peter Barbey

Nowel Gawell

George Wood

Isabella Constance

Mary Tomson

Henry Jean

Henry Howel .

AFter His Majesties Most Gracious PARDON was Read, the Court advised all those who were Pardoned, to consider how exceeding Merciful and Gracious His Majesty had shewed himself unto them; even to Save them Alive, and take them as it were out of the Jaws of a deserved Death; wishing every one of them to take good heed for the future how they spend their Precious Time; and bid them beware of falling into any the like Errors again: And urged them all to let the King's Clemency Influence them to live and lead a better Life than ever they had don before, &c.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Richard Vauson, John Ratteray, Nicholas Beck, 10th October 1688.

Reference Number: s16881010-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

Richard Vauson John Ratteray and Nicholas Beck , Servants to the Right Honourable the Earl of Salisbury, who were tryed the last Sessions, for the Murther of one Anthony Matson , a Beadle, and found guilty of Manslaughter; Appeared in Court and Received the benefit of His Majesties most Gracious Pardon .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Thomas Passford, John Barnes, Ann Mills, Mary Batters, John Avery, Charles Hughs, John Sutton, Elizabeth Mollard, Francis Trasey, Margaret Meeka, Mary Wotten, Armington Poore, Solomon Spring, John Wyat, Elizabeth Parsons, John Overton, Henry Prosoley, Simon How, John Jackson, Arrabella Reeves, Anthony Sanderson, Henry Hurt, Tabitha Porter, Henry Woodcock, James Nichols, William Goddard, James Robins, Thomas Pursival, John Brown, John George, James Pidgley, William Goodman, Samuel Smith, Katherine Jones, John Collet, Robert Lamborn, George Emmet, William Palmer, Valentine Cogswell, John Edwards, Nicholas Salter, John Stafford, Latimore Ridley, Richard Oxden, Robert Foster, John Nelson, William Philips, Ann Hedger, Ann Wait, Peter Barbey, Nowel Gawell, George Wood, Isabella Constance, Mary Tomson, Henry Jean, Henry Howel, 10th October 1688.

Reference Number: s16881010-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

His Majesties Most Gracious and Free PARDON

WAS ordered to be Pleaded by several of the former as well as the present Convicted Felons in Newgate, whose Names were called over Sucessively, which are these Under-written; which they all in General Pleaded, upon their several and respective Knees, viz.

Thomas Passford

John Barnes

Ann Mills alias Yates

Mary Batters

John Avery

Charles Hughs

John Sutton

Elizabeth Mollard

Francis Trasey

Margaret Meeka

Mary Wotten

Armington Poore

Solomon Spring

John Wyat

Elizabeth Parsons

John Overton

Henry Prosoley

Simon How

John Jackson

Arrabella Reeves

Anthony Sanderson for a Fine

Henry Hurt

Tabitha Porter

Henry Woodcock

James Nichols

William Goddard

James Robins

Thomas Pursival

John Brown ,

Highway-men.

John George .

James Pidgley

William Goodman

Samuel Smith

Katherine Jones

John Collet

Robert Lamborn

George Emmet

William Palmer

Valentine Cogswell

For Clipping.

John Edwards

Nicholas Salter

John Stafford

Latimore Ridley

Richard Oxden

For Murther.

These Under-written received the Benefit of His Majesties PARDON upon their being Arraigned.

Robert Foster

John Nelson

William Philips

Ann Hedger

Ann Wait

Peter Barbey

Nowel Gawell

George Wood

Isabella Constance

Mary Tomson

Henry Jean

Henry Howel .

AFter His Majesties Most Gracious PARDON was Read, the Court advised all those who were Pardoned, to consider how exceeding Merciful and Gracious His Majesty had shewed himself unto them; even to Save them Alive, and take them as it were out of the Jaws of a deserved Death; wishing every one of them to take good heed for the future how they spend their Precious Time; and bid them beware of falling into any the like Errors again: And urged them all to let the King's Clemency Influence them to live and lead a better Life than ever they had don before, &c.


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