Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, James Young, William Hamilton, 26th February 1755.

Reference Number: s17550226-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

The trials being ended; the court proceeded to give judgment as follows:

Received sentence of death 4.

John Burton , Edward Haines , William Burk , and Thomas King .

Transported for 14 years 1.

John Cowley .

Transported for seven years 37.

Dorothy Jackson , William Hardles, John Pointer , Thomas Gardner , Joseph Thomson , William Hopit , Leonard Baker , Michael Loman, Thomas Martin , Elisabeth Williams, Elisabeth Insel , Joseph Dew , Richard Brinkingshire , E - D - , Isabella Petty, Anne Wells , Catherine Scarlet , Esther Baxter , Margaret, otherwise Mary Gill, Thomas Gayler , William Banks , Mary James , Anne Robertson , James Buckley, John Bruff, Anne Clark, John Fleck , William Robertson , Charles Humphrys , John Wilbourn , James Weeden , Anne Hasty , Catherine Hubbord , John Gilman, William Myers , Anne Robertson , and John Rickets.

Page 97. last line, for Myers acquitted, read guilty.

John, otherwise Cuddy Stevens, to be imprisoned six months in Newgate, and transported for seven years.

Elisabeth Shrader 's sentence respited, being very ill.

Branded I.

Dorothy Taylor.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, James Young, William Hamilton, 26th February 1755.

Reference Number: s17550226-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

James Young , capitally convicted in July last, and William Hamilton , capitally convicted in September, to be transported during their natural lives.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, James Young, William Hamilton, 26th February 1755.

Reference Number: s17550226-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

James Young , capitally convicted in July last, and William Hamilton , capitally convicted in September, to be transported during their natural lives.


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