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One Cole being lately Apprehended for the Murther of Dr. Clench, was ordered to remain to answer the same next Sessions.
Major Culliford Committed for High-Treason, was ordered to remain till further Orders.
Knevet Hastings and Edward Rigbey , having the usual Oaths of Fidelity to the present King and Queen tendred to them, refused it, and only submitted to the Test, made in the Reign of King Charles the First, concerning Transubstantiation, so they gave Bail for their good Behaviour till such time they shall take the Oaths aforesaid.
The Tryals being over, the Court gave Sentence as followeth:
Burnt in the Hand, 21.
James Lereen, Joseph Drowster, William Smith, James White, William Blathwait, (a former Convict) Katherine Davis, Nichalos Legg, Nath, Williams, Anne Hazlewood, Mary Griffeth, Susannah Clark, Dorothy Wright, Ruth Herne, Anne Wilkinson, Mary Mullinax, Sarah Burrowes, Anne Nash, Elisabeth Williams, Elisa. Fisher. Grace Dempsey and Anne Sympson, former Convicts.
Persons received Sentence of Death, 5.
John Algood, Richard Johnson, Samuel Hurley: Ruth Phillips, Condemned to be Burnt, but found Quick with Child, William Blackford.
To be Transported, 2.
Edward Kallaway and Elisabeth Lee.
To be Whipt, 4.
Margaret James, John Valentine, Elisabeth Landale, and Hannah Mayle.
Fined as followeth.
James Hicton fined 5 l. and ordered to find Sureties for his good Behavior.
William Coney fined 50 l. to find Sureties, and to stand committed till all be performed.
John Alden being Poor and Insufficient to pay a Fine, was ordered to be set in the Pillory on Thursday next at Charing-Cross; and after that to find good Sureties.