Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, John Harman, Patrick Harding, 15th January 1690.

Reference Number: s16900115-1
Punishment: Death; Death > drawn and quartered

The Gentlemen of the Grand Inquest for the City of London, before they were discharged, gave in a Presentment to the Court: First, Against Alehouses for selling Drink on the Sabbath day, being a great Abuse thereof, Indulging the Apprentices to be a Tipling, when they should be employ'd in the Service of Almighty God, to the great Damage of their Masters, and to the Reproach and Dishonour of the Protestant Religion. Secondly, Against the Lotteries and Gaming-houses. Thirdly, Against Silver Tankards used in publick Houses. And Fourthly, Against that most notorious and common Sin of Cursing and Swearing &c. To all which the Court gave them a most honourable Answer, highly commending their great Care promising that they would (with all possible speed) take Notice of the same.

The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as follows:

Burnt in the Hand Three.

J - S - Convicted two Sessions before, William Humphreys , N - Y -

John Denallan was Respited before Execution, and gave in Bail to appear next Sessions, or to bring His Majesties Pardon.

Anthony Sellinger was Respited till further Order, the Court intending to consider further of his Cause, being an old Offender tho' a young Man.

Ordered to be Transported Two.

Joseph Taylor , and John Gulliford .

To be Whip'd Six.

Ann Hughes and Jane Townsend from Newgate to Temple Bar; Timothy Carter, Ursula Watson , Mary Smith , Peter Potter, all four from Newgate to Holbourn Bars.

Thomas Waltam for killing his Child was ordered to be sent to Bedlam.

John Glass was discharged by Proclamation, for speaking Sedicious Words.

One Peter Romane , for Drinking a Health to the Hoppiness and Prosperity of King James, was ordered to remain, &c.

An Indictment was read against one Clark for stealing a parcel of Gloves from one Carleton, and was ordered to rest till next Sessions.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Harman, 15th January 1690.

Reference Number: s16900115-1
Punishment: Death

John Harman the Dutchman, who killed the Child in the Cradle, was ordered to be set by for Execution , he having nothing material to offer in stay of the same.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Patrick Harding, 15th January 1690.

Reference Number: s16900115-1
Punishment: Death > drawn and quartered

Received Sentence of Death Nine.

Patrick Harding for High Treason, tryed last Sessions, the Judges delivering their Opinions, that he was guilty of the same: Ordered to be drawn on a Sledge to Tyburn, and there Hang'd and Quartered, and his Bowels burnt .

Thomas Togood , John Kibworth , Joan Vowger , Thomas Terry , Katharine Dowglas; Abigail Hansley , Ruth Knight , and Richard Butler .

Joan Vowger , Abigail Hansley , and Ruth Knight pleading their Bellies, a Jury of Matrons were Empannell'd, who brought in their Verdict, that Vowger and Knight were with quick Child; but Hansley was found in the Negative.

Robert Young alias Smith for Forgery, was ordered to stand in the Pillory; 1st at the Royal Exchange; 2dly. in Cheapside; 3dly. at Westminster Hall-Gate on the first day of next Term; 4thly at the New-Exchange, and to pay 200 Marks as a Fine. His Wife, Mary Young , for the same offence, ordered to stand upon the Pillory by her Husband at each place, and to pay 20 Mark as a Fine, and both to remain in Custody till all be performed.

Richard Collins and Elizabeth Martin ordered to remain till the next Sessions.

Samuel Eades who was found Guilty as Accessary to the Felony committed by Joseph Taylor , was Respited till further Orders.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Harman, 15th January 1690.

Reference Number: s16900115-1
Punishment: Death

John Harman the Dutchman, who killed the Child in the Cradle, was ordered to be set by for Execution , he having nothing material to offer in stay of the same.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Patrick Harding, 15th January 1690.

Reference Number: s16900115-1
Punishment: Death > drawn and quartered

Received Sentence of Death Nine.

Patrick Harding for High Treason, tryed last Sessions, the Judges delivering their Opinions, that he was guilty of the same: Ordered to be drawn on a Sledge to Tyburn, and there Hang'd and Quartered, and his Bowels burnt .


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