Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Richard William Vaughan, William Boodger, James Cotes, William Stevens, Mary Carney, Elizabeth Meadows, Mary Main, John Moody, Gabriel Savoy, Mary Jones, Ann Merritt, James Wales, Richard Benham, Philip Riley, Elizabeth Allen, Edward Humphreys, John Burroughs, 10th May 1758.

Reference Number: s17580510-1
Punishment: Death > executed; No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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

Received sentence of transportation for seven years, 8.

Edward Shackleton , Mary Bricklebank, Thomas Turner, John Frost , William Coffield , Andrew Worcester , otherwise Worster, John Latter , and Anne Hurst .

Sentence respited, 1.

Daniel Stevens .

To be whipped, 3.

John Cambridge , Sarah Harrold , and Sarah Lovewell .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Richard William Vaughan, William Boodger, James Cotes, William Stevens, 10th May 1758.

Reference Number: s17580510-1
Punishment: Death > executed

Richard William Vaughan , William Boodger , James Cotes , and William Stevens , were executed, pursuant to their sentence, on Monday the 1st of May.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Mary Carney, Elizabeth Meadows, Mary Main, John Moody, Gabriel Savoy, Mary Jones, Ann Merritt, James Wales, Richard Benham, Philip Riley, Elizabeth Allen, Edward Humphreys, John Burroughs, 10th May 1758.

Reference Number: s17580510-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

Mary Carney , capitally convicted for a forgery in May sessions, 1751,

Elizabeth Meadows , otherwise Willis, for shoplifting, in October, 1751,

Mary Main , for stealing goods in a dwelling-house in May, 1754,

John Moody , for shooting off a pistol at his wife in January, 1755,

Gabriel Savoy , for a burglary in Feb. 1757,

Mary Jones , otherwise Baxter , for returning from transportation before the expiration of her time, in April, 1757.

Ann Merritt , for shop-lifting, in April, 1757,

James Wales , for beastiality, in July, 1757,

Richard Benham , for sheep-stealing, in December, 1757.

Philip Riley , for stealing goods in a dwelling-house, in September, 1757.

Elizabeth Allen , for a burglary, in January, 1758. and Edward Humphreys , for a burglary in February, 1758, received his majesty's most gracious pardon, on condition of being transported, during the term of their natural lives; and

John Burroughs , for stealing a bullock, in May sessions, 1756, for the term of 7 years

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Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Richard William Vaughan, William Boodger, James Cotes, William Stevens, 10th May 1758.

Reference Number: s17580510-1
Punishment: Death > executed

Richard William Vaughan , William Boodger , James Cotes , and William Stevens , were executed, pursuant to their sentence, on Monday the 1st of May.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Mary Carney, Elizabeth Meadows, Mary Main, John Moody, Gabriel Savoy, Mary Jones, Ann Merritt, James Wales, Richard Benham, Philip Riley, Elizabeth Allen, Edward Humphreys, John Burroughs, 10th May 1758.

Reference Number: s17580510-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

Mary Carney , capitally convicted for a forgery in May sessions, 1751,

Elizabeth Meadows , otherwise Willis, for shoplifting, in October, 1751,

Mary Main , for stealing goods in a dwelling-house in May, 1754,

John Moody , for shooting off a pistol at his wife in January, 1755,

Gabriel Savoy , for a burglary in Feb. 1757,

Mary Jones , otherwise Baxter , for returning from transportation before the expiration of her time, in April, 1757.

Ann Merritt , for shop-lifting, in April, 1757,

James Wales , for beastiality, in July, 1757,

Richard Benham , for sheep-stealing, in December, 1757.

Philip Riley , for stealing goods in a dwelling-house, in September, 1757.

Elizabeth Allen , for a burglary, in January, 1758. and Edward Humphreys , for a burglary in February, 1758, received his majesty's most gracious pardon, on condition of being transported, during the term of their natural lives; and

John Burroughs , for stealing a bullock, in May sessions, 1756, for the term of 7 years


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