Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Thomas Cross, 3rd June 1742.

Reference Number: s17420603-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as follows:

Received Sentence of DEATH, 2.

Thomas Miller , and Michael Grant .

BURNT in the HAND 1.

William Bury alias Parminter.

To be WHIPPED, 5.

Deborah Fisher , Mary Alsorp , John Higgison , Mary Atkins , and Garrat Vandyke.

TRANSPORTATION, 8.

William Shad, Cecilia Wilson, Anne Godfrey , Martha Terry , Mary Hales , William Fairfax , Elizabeth Barber , Stephen Price .

Henry Rooke was ordered to stand twice in the Pillory one time in Salisbury-Court, the other at Cheapside Conduit, and be imprison'd for three Months. Richard Parker , was ordered to set on the Tumbler of the Pillory, on account of his ill State of Health

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Thomas Cross, 3rd June 1742.

Reference Number: s17420603-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

His Majesty having been graciously pleased to extend his Mercy to Thomas Cross , who was convicted for Forgery in the Year 1738, he was call'd to the Bar, and Pleaded his Majesty's Pardon, upon Condition to be Transported for Life , whereupon Sentence according was pronounc'd on him.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Thomas Cross, 3rd June 1742.

Reference Number: s17420603-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

His Majesty having been graciously pleased to extend his Mercy to Thomas Cross , who was convicted for Forgery in the Year 1738, he was call'd to the Bar, and Pleaded his Majesty's Pardon, upon Condition to be Transported for Life , whereupon Sentence according was pronounc'd on him.


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