Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, 30th April 1690.

Reference Number: s16900430-1

Richard Bourne , who was one of the Gang that robbed Mr. Baker at Mary le Bane; was ordered to remain till next Sessions.

The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to Sentence as followeth, viz.

Burnt in the Hand Fifteen.

Stephen Middleton , E - J - , Thomas Holmes , James Barrow , Francis Beamont , (Hermond Roxall, Nicholas Ruttey , Dutch-men,) William Smith , Jeoffery Edwards, John Williams , Thomas Evall , William Carter , a Boy, Jonathan Hawkes , Thomasin Lowder; alias Burton, alias Blake, Dorothy Ran .

Received Sentence of Death Fourteen.

William Mawn , John Williams , William Column , James Chambers , Jonas Ratcliff , Philip Maqueer , George Crawford , John Thompson , Andrew Brown , William Rolph , William Bristow , William Elderkin , John Wilson , and Robert Hillgrave , who Received Judgment to Dye last Sessions, was Ordered to be Executed with the rest before mentioned.

To be Transported Five.

Philip Williams , William Wright , James Gavell , alias Gardner, William Gold , Will. Trippet.

To be Whipt Seven.

Lawrence Noney , the Black, who Robbed Habberdashers-hall, from Newgate to the Royal-Exchange. John Bentley , David Key, Jane Sympson , alias Bibbey, John Wilson , Robert Ashley , William Green, from Newgate to Holborn Bars.

Rachel Cox and Eliz. Resdale were Repriev'd before Judgment. William Gravestock order'd to bring in his Pardon in course.

One Jones was ordered to remain for High Treason.

John Kennion was ordered to bring in his Pardon in course next Sessions, for killing Martin Ives .

On Saturday, being the last day of the Sessions, there were above 20 Convicts, who received the Benefit of Their Majesties most Gracious Pardon, pleading it upon their Knees.

One Mr. Crone, who was arraigned this Sessions for High-Treason, in order to be Tryed for the same, on Saturday the 3d Instant, his Tryal was, for some particular Reasons, Adjourned till Monday the 19th Instant.


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