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The Trials being over, the Court proceeded to pronounce Sentence as follow.
Received Sentence of Death, 10.
Samuel Elis, Robert Ingrum, Edmund Audley, Edward Beddtly, Nathaniel Morgan, Thomas Morgan, William Cook, Oliver Bright, Robert Brown, Awby Price.
Burnt in the Hand 32.
Charles Lestal, Robert Barnet, John Smith, Thomas Palmer, William Sompson, Roman Rickets, Thomas Hickson, Edward Cross, John Bek John Tomlens, Arthur Chambers, Robert Jury, Ann Clerk, Jane Robins, Mary Gremes, Dorothy Poland, Sage Edmond, Katherine Smith, Elizabeth Evans, Eliz. Mikany, Ann Oxly. Jane comb, Mary Lia Mary Price, Thomasin Barton, Margaret Mason, Joan Fox, Joan Lart, Mary Clerks, Eliz. Hades, Eliz. Bares, Helenor Boucher.
Mary Ulix, Thomas Johnson, George Bostock, John Bonny, John Sibly, Hugh G, Elizabeth Thomas.
To be Transported one.
Jonathan Smallwood was ordered to stand three times in the Pillory, viz. at the Royal Exchange, Navy Office, and Pay Office; fined 6 l. 13 s. and 4 l. and to find Surety for his good Behaviour for a Twelvemonth.
Richard Froggtt was ordered to stand three times in the Pillory, viz. at the May-Pole in the Strand, Charing-Cross, and before Westminster-Hall; fined 13 l. 6 s. 8 d. and to find Surety for his good Behaviour for a Twelvemonth.
William Argent was ordered to stand three times in the Pillory, at Temple-Bar, Royal-Exchange, and on Tower-hill; fined 6 l. 13 s. 4 d. to lie in Prison till it be paid, and to find Surety for his good Behaviour for a Twelve month.
Samuel Stevens and Thomas Grumbal were fined 20 Nobles each to the King, and to find Sureties for 6 Months for their good Behaviour.
Elizabeth Mander was ordered to be sent to Bridwel for six Months, to be kept at hard Labour.