Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Anthony St. Leager, 5th June 1690.

Reference Number: s16900605-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

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

Burnt in the Hand Three.

Thomas Sheldon . George Risbey . Mary Pratt .

To be Whipt One.

Jonathan Gibbons , from Newgate to Holbourn-Bars.

Received Sentence of Death Nine,

Thomas Kelsey . Thomas Effoll Isaac Vallens . Jonathan Hawkes Thomas Fisher . Richard Bourn . Thomas Dod . John Low , and Philip Macqueer the Highway-man, who was Reprieved the last Execution-day, is now ordered to be Executed with the abovesaid Prisoners.

Christopher Rothery , who was concerned in Robbing Mr. Baker of St. Mary le Bone, and was an Evidence against others in the said Robbery, was discharged.

John Kelly , for suspicion of High Treason, was ordered to give in Bail before the Lord Chief Justice, or any other Judge of the Kings Bench.

Also Matthew Soot, for a Robbery upon the Highway, was ordered to give in Bail before a Judge likewise.

Margaret Jones was ordered for Transportation, having pleaded her Belly.

James Doudall , a Popish Priest, was discharged.

John Labourn , commonly called Bishop Labourn, belonging formerly to the late King James, was remanded.

One Gibbons, and Peter Johnson , a suspected Popish Priest, and several others for divers Offences and Misdemeanors, were Released, by vertue of Their Majesties most Gracious Pardon.

William Elsingstone , who was Tryed the former Sessions, and continued for being suspected to have a hand in the business about the QueensPlate was discharg'd by Proclamation.

William Mawn , who was ordered to be Executed the last Sessions for stealing a Horse, was also discharged.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Anthony St. Leager, 5th June 1690.

Reference Number: s16900605-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

Likewise Anthony St. Leager had Their Majesties pardon .

To all the persons concerned the Court gave very seasonable and Christian-like Advice, to persuade them not to abuse the King's Clemency extended towards them, by issuing out His most Gracious Act of Indempnity and Free Pardon, telling them furthermore, that if ever they committed the like Crimes again, the Law would stand in full Force against them, and be the more severely executed.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Anthony St. Leager, 5th June 1690.

Reference Number: s16900605-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

Likewise Anthony St. Leager had Their Majesties pardon .


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