Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Samuel Eades, Thomas Mitchell, 14th October 1695.

Reference Number: s16951014-1
Punishment: Death

The trials being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgement as followeth.

Received Sentence of Death 10.

Catherine Buckingham, alias Barber, alias Barnett.

Frances Boddyman

Robert Barnes

Morgan Bourne

Diana Cox

Luke Page

Thomas Purser

Samuel Quested

Jane Sherrey

Elizabeth Wright.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Samuel Eades, Thomas Mitchell, 14th October 1695.

Reference Number: s16951014-1
Punishment: Death

Samuel Eades and Thomas Mitchell , who having been formerly sentenced and pardoned, on condition that they should transport themselves into some of the Western Islands in Nine months time, and having broke the Conditions of their pardon, are ordered to their former Judgment to be executed .

Elizabeth Wright, Diana Cox, Jane Sherrey, and Catherine Buckingham, alias Barber, alias Barnett, pleaded their bellies, and a Jury of Matrons being Impannelled, found that Diana Cox, Jane Sherrey, and Catherine Buckingham, alias Barber, alias Barnett, were with Quick-Child, and Elizabeth Wright not with Quick-Child, who is to be Burnt.

Burnt in the Hand 6.

Hannah Bidgood

Jeremiah Hart

John Johnson

Cornelius Shaftsburgher

Cornelius Throft

Elizabeth Robinson.

Samuel Grant produced to the Court a Reprieve, to stay execution of his being burnt in the hand; and John Stanford being dangerous ill of his Wounds, his execution of being burnt in the hand is deferred, till he shall be in condition fit to undergo the same.

To be Whipt 3.

Jane Bucker, Elizabeth Beeston, Jane Martin.

David Davis fined 720l. and to stand committed till he pay the same, and to stand in the Pillory three several days; at the Royal Exchange, at Grocers Alley-End in the Poultrey, and a Chancery-Lane-End in Fleet-street.

Thomas Carter fined 1000l. and to stand committed till he pay the same, and to stand in the Pillory three other several days; at the Royal Exchange, at Grocers Alley-End in the Poultrey, and at Chancery-Lane-End in Fleetstreet.

Thomas Randall fined 1000l. and to stand committed till he pay the same, and to stand in the Pillory three other several days; at the Royal Exchange, at Grocers Alley-End in the Poultrey, and at Chancery-Lane-End in Fleetstreet.

John Clarke fined 500l. and to stand committed till he pay the same, and to stand in the Pillory three other several days; at the Royal Exchange, at Grocers Alley-End in the Poultrey, and at Chancery-Lane-End in Fleetstreet.

Henry Long, and Joseph Pantalina, were fined twenty Nobles each for taking in of Dyer's News Letters.

Benjamin Baker Traversed till the next Sessions.

Ordered into His Majesty's Service at Sea, John Scarlet.

Ordered to serve His Majesty as Soldier, Michael Hall, John Johnson, and Cornelius Throft.

The last day of the Sessions James Lock living in the Old-Bayly, was brought into Court by [Text unreadable in original.] of a Warrant from the Lord-Mayor to search his House, and upon search there was found a great quantity of Serpents in a Chest, (such as are fired off in the streets) and two or three Pound of Gunpowder loose in a Tray, which might have endangered the Neighbouring houses by Fire. To hinder him all such persons as shall offend in like manner, there is an Indictment ordered to be preferred against him, that all persons may take warning, and be deterred from the like practice.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Samuel Eades, Thomas Mitchell, 14th October 1695.

Reference Number: s16951014-1
Punishment: Death

Samuel Eades and Thomas Mitchell , who having been formerly sentenced and pardoned, on condition that they should transport themselves into some of the Western Islands in Nine months time, and having broke the Conditions of their pardon, are ordered to their former Judgment to be executed .


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