The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgement as followeth.
Burnt in the Hand 9.
Received Sentence of Death 5.
To be Transported 10.
To be Whipt 7.
Hen. Lawrence and Hen. Ward sent to Kent Assizes.
Thomas Toogood was Fined Four Nobles. John Slade , and Thomas Hunt , gave in Bail to appear next Sessions. John Anderson was set by till further Order. John Tamplin was order'd to find Sureties for his good Behaviour. Rowland Smith, for a Cheat, was order'd to stand upon the Pillory at the Royal Exchange one hour. Francis Steward and Edward Sanders, for a Cheat, were Sentenced to stand on the Pillory at Mercers-Hall Door and fined 20 Nobles each, &c. One Pennington, a Cabinet-maker, gave in Bail to a pear next Sessions, for saying, God Dames King William and Queen Mary, &c. One John Bowles a Soldier, was ordered to remain for speaking Seditious Words, &c.
Richard Shuttleworth and one Albert were accused for High Treason, &c. The Crime being committed in Laxcashire, they were order'd to be Try'd at Lancaster, John Glass and Roger Tylley , with some others, gave in Bail to appear next Sessions for speaking Seditious Words against the King and Government.