Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, John Bell, 28th May 1756.

Reference Number: s17560528-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

The trials being ended, the court proceeded to give judgement as follows:

Received sentence of death 6.

John Mores, Thomas M, Charles Cane , John Borroughs ; William Warts, and James Shilock.

Transported for fourteen years 2.

Alexander Abrahame , and John Coram .

Transported for seven years 20.

Elizabeth Ellis , Sarah Jones , James Planket , William Grubb , John Beuton , Arthur Floyd , John Vinters , Thomas Williams , Richard Munday , Eleaner Montgomery, John Shingsoy , Martha Lee , William Jones, John Page , Walter Fitzgerald , Elizabeth Wright, otherwise Wilkerson, John Tompson, William Eagan, James Smith, and Esther Taylor .

To be branded 1.

George Venables .

Charles Frederick Wiesentball to be imprisoned twelve months in Newgate, and at the expiration of that time to be transported for seven years.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Bell, 28th May 1756.

Reference Number: s17560528-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

John Bell , capitally convicted for High-Treason, whose sentence was respited for the opinion of their Lordships the Judges, in Mr. Alderman Rawlinson's mayoralty, received his Majesty's most gracious free Pardon .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Bell, 28th May 1756.

Reference Number: s17560528-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon

John Bell , capitally convicted for High-Treason, whose sentence was respited for the opinion of their Lordships the Judges, in Mr. Alderman Rawlinson's mayoralty, received his Majesty's most gracious free Pardon .


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