Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Cecilie Labree, 26th April 1704.

Reference Number: s17040426-1
Punishment: Death

Received Sentence of Death 5.

Richard Dickman, Margaret Ellis, William Fox, Silvester Harlackendon, and John Linvill

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Cecilie Labree, 26th April 1704.

Reference Number: s17040426-1
Punishment: Death

Cecilie Labree , who was formerly convicted for High Treason, for Counterfeiting the Current Coin of this Kingdom, and pardoned on condition to Transport her self out of the Queen's Dominions, and never to return no more; having broke the Conditions of her Pardon, is Ordered to prepare her self for Death .

Burnt in the Hand, 2.

James Dimekin and Thomas Stealman.

Burnt in the Cheek, 14

Peter Bulkley, Cray Mook, Richard Cook, Mary Deane, Robert Finch, Mary Ford, Ann Hawkins, Martha Hill, Mary Musgrove, Elizabeth Sparks, Mary Trenchfield,Dorothy Warwick, Sarah Windall and George Way.

To be Whipt, 5.

Ann Digger, John Davey, Robert Nicholson, Mary Robinson and Ann Stowe.

H - J - Fined six and twenty Shillings and eight Pence.

Robert Baker Fined 20 Marks.

William Haynes Fined 20 Nobles.

Mary Vasse Fined 20 Marks, and to stand 3 times on the Pillory at the Pay-Office, Navy-Office, and Royal Exchange.

Margaret Ellis pleaded her Belly, and a Jury of Matrons Being Impanelled, found her to be with quick Child.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Cecilie Labree, 26th April 1704.

Reference Number: s17040426-1
Punishment: Death

Cecilie Labree , who was formerly convicted for High Treason, for Counterfeiting the Current Coin of this Kingdom, and pardoned on condition to Transport her self out of the Queen's Dominions, and never to return no more; having broke the Conditions of her Pardon, is Ordered to prepare her self for Death .


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