Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Whitebread, 3rd April 1695.

Reference Number: s16950403-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

The Trials being over, the Court proceeded to pronounce Sentence as followeth:

Burnt in the Hand, 12.

Thomas Garlick

Robert Adams

Richard Williams

Elizabeth Tomlin

Elizabeth Bunn

Samuel York

Margaret Underhill

Dorothy Channock

Ann Lewis

Katherine Day

Margaret Peters

Jacob Regnier

Received Sentence of Death, 6.

W - R -

George D'Rack

Rebert Sterne

Francis Newland

William Hancock

Joan Bates; who pleaded her Belly, but was not with Child.

To be Whipt, 1.

Elizabeth Clark.

Of those that were burnt in the Hand, these took a Listing Shilling and were entred into the Kings Service, viz. Thomas Garlick, Robert Adams, Richard Williams, and William Yorke.

J - D - was fined One hundred Marks, and ordered to stand in the Pillory three times at the usual places.

Thomas Dunning and Owen Sullivan, were find thus; Dunning One hundred Mark, and Sullivan Twenty Mark.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Whitebread, 3rd April 1695.

Reference Number: s16950403-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

One Mr. Whitebread , who was formerly Convicted for High-Treason, in Clipping the Currant Money of the Kingdom, did this Session plead the King's most Gracious Pardon, which was allowed him ; and he presented the Court with Gloves after the usual manner.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Whitebread, 3rd April 1695.

Reference Number: s16950403-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

One Mr. Whitebread , who was formerly Convicted for High-Treason, in Clipping the Currant Money of the Kingdom, did this Session plead the King's most Gracious Pardon, which was allowed him ; and he presented the Court with Gloves after the usual manner.


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