Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, William Hart, James Prosser, Thomas Ridout, David Davis, George Langley, William Higgins, John Hughes, William Pallister, 14th January 1757.

Reference Number: s17570114-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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

Transported for seven Years 28.

Mary Griffice , John Forster , Susanna Williams, Elizabeth Knotmill , Jane Carrol , Elizabeth Cox , James Savage , William King , Lydia Willis , Charles Butler, Mary Griffin , Elizabeth Stevenson , Lawrence Brian , Elizabeth Eaton , William Harris , Elizabeth Pressman , Mary Bennet , Mary Philips , Ann Hilliard , Sarah Gray , Walter Bloxton , Martha Perry , Mary Lawrence , Edward Allen , Edward Eagle , Catherine Lindon , Hannah Grissle , and Barnaby Gornby .

To be whipped 2.

Wm. Barnard and Ann Long ; the first to be publickly whip'd in Cloth-Fair.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Hart, James Prosser, Thomas Ridout, David Davis, George Langley, William Higgins, John Hughes, William Pallister, 14th January 1757.

Reference Number: s17570114-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

William Hart , capitally convicted in July Sessions; James Prosser , Thomas Ridout , David Davis and George Langley , in September Sessions; William Higgins and John Hughes in October Sessions, and William Pallister in December Sessions, all received His Majesty's most gracious Pardon, on condition of being each transported during the term of their natural lives

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Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Hart, James Prosser, Thomas Ridout, David Davis, George Langley, William Higgins, John Hughes, William Pallister, 14th January 1757.

Reference Number: s17570114-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

William Hart , capitally convicted in July Sessions; James Prosser , Thomas Ridout , David Davis and George Langley , in September Sessions; William Higgins and John Hughes in October Sessions, and William Pallister in December Sessions, all received His Majesty's most gracious Pardon, on condition of being each transported during the term of their natural lives


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