Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, 16th May 1689.
The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as followeth.
Burnt in the Hand on London side Nine.
Samuel Gibbons was Respited, and ordered in Their Majesties Service at Sea.
Burnt in the Hand on Middlesex side Fourteen.
Edward Blake .
Ordered to be Transported Two.
Respited before Sentence of Death passed, Five.
Received Sentence of Death Eighteen.
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Respited before Judgment the Four Dutchmen
Samuel Knightly and Thomas Emmerson were both ordered to Sea in Their Majesties Service.
Ordered to be Whipt from Newgate to Hicks's-Hall, Seven.
Abigail Walker .
Abigail Bargeer pleading her Belly, a Jury of Matrons were Empannelled, who brought in their Verdict in the Negative.
John Ingham for Forgery ordered to stand in the Pillory three Days; the first Day at Hicks's Hall on a publick Day; the second time without Temple Bar: a third time before Westminster Hall Gate, on the first day of the next Term, and to find Sureties for his Good Behaviour for a Twelve Month.
William Shepherd for Assaulting Elizabeth Pen , was Fin'd Twenty Marks, and to find Sureties for his Good Behaviour for Seven Tears.
Roger Leadman gave Bail to appear next Sessions.
So also did John Franks for the Murther of Bernard Robinson .
Edward Wood also gave in Sureties for his Appearance at the next Sessions, to undergo the Punishment due for Manslaughter.