Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, 11th December 1689.

Reference Number: s16891211-1

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

Burnt in the Hand 9.

Joseph Field , Giles Hall, Edward Ferguson , Samuel Smith , William Butler , Peregrin Barret, Thomas Young , Henry Moor , and Elinor Hatfeild .

Received Sentence of Death 5.

Walter Mooney , Timothy Hartican , John Peartman , William Davis , and Ann Knott , who was Respited after Judgement.

To be Transported 10.

Daniel Grove , Martin Seward , Mary Eades , Jane Kentish , Benjamin Hall, Elizabeth Sherwood , Elinor Fluellin , Elizabeth Noone, Ann Shoot , and Ann Knott .

To be Whipt 7.

Jane Peel , and Hannah Baslet, to be Whipt from Newgate to Aldgate.

Joseph Flower , Thomas Johnsons , Mary Lamb , Thomas Allen , and Peter Gouge , to be Whipt from Newgate to Holborn Bars.

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.


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