Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, 3rd July 1689.
After the Tryals were over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment, as followeth:
Burnt in the Hand 5.
Will. Sambrook John Hubbard Thomas Hynton . Will. Elderkin Will. Whiteway
Ordered to be Transported 3.
Tho. Gardner William Battin Edw. Thomson .
Ordered to be Whipt 2.
M - D - From Newgate to London-stone.
Izabella Boswell , from Newgate to Holbourn Bars.
Joseph Sheares was ordered to stand in the Pillory, and that he pay 20 Nobles as a Fine to the King, and an Inscription be set over his Head, declaring his Crime.
John Stafford , for an Assault on the Highway, Fined 20 Mark, to find Sureties for his good Behaviour for seven years, and to remain in Prison, until all be performed.
William Lee , James Cox , and James Smith , were Fined 20 l. apiece, to find Sureties for their good Behaviours for 7 years, and to suffer Imprisonment till all be done.
Walter Preston was Respited before Judgment.
Henry Vandrew was ordered to bring in his Pardon in course, at the next Sessions, for killing Mr. Waterworth.
One Joah Land, who was convicted at Guildhall for a Trespass, in endeavouring to Clip Money, was Fined 20 l. and order'd to find Sureties for his good Behavior.
Likewise one Roper convicted at Guildhall for a Trespass, was order'd to be sent to Bridewel, there to continue a Twelvemonth, and to receive the Correction of the House.
John Pendergrass was ordered to stand in the Pillory, once without Temple-Bar, and a second time at the Palace-Yard at Westminster. To find Sureties for his good Behaviour for 7 years, to pay as a Fine to the King and Queen's Majesties the Sum of 100 l. and to remain in Custody till all be performed.
Received Sentence of Death 26.
William Ball the Labourer.
Charles Price received Sentence of Death on Saturday in the Afternoon, being July the 6th.