Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Samuel Norris, William Hunt, 21st April 1762.

Reference Number: s17620421-1
Punishment: Death > executed; No Punishment > pardon; Miscellaneous > military naval duty

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

Received Sentence of Death, 3; viz.

William Barnes , Edward Jewin , otherwise Chambers otherwise Gordon and William Morgan,

Received sentence of transportation for seven years, 18; viz.

George Smith , Catherine Rebicca Matthews , Francis Smith , Mary Jones , Sarah Smith , Christopher Robinson . Hannah Moseley , Isaac Cohen , William Graham , Samuel South , Isabella Denston, Benjamin Snell , otherwise Dick Rice, Joyce Toping , Eleanor Birk , Sarah Clark , William Stather , Catherine Stevens , and Sarah Lanny .

To be branded, 2; viz.

Elizabeth Waters , otherwise Waterhouse, and John Wilson .

To be whipped, 4; viz.

Isabella Philpot, Mary M'Coy, Sarah Tims , and Alice Bockham .

Mary Kite to stand upon the pillory the space of one hour upon Tower-hill, to pay a fine of one shilling, and to be imprisoned in Newgate for one year.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Samuel Norris, 21st April 1762.

Reference Number: s17620421-1
Punishment: Death > executed

Samuel Norris , capitally convicted January sessions. was executed on Wednesday the 3d of February.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Hunt, 21st April 1762.

Reference Number: s17620421-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Miscellaneous > military naval duty

William Hunt , capitally convicted the same sessions, received his majesty's pardon, on condition of joining and continuing in the regiment now in Jamaica .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Samuel Norris, 21st April 1762.

Reference Number: s17620421-1
Punishment: Death > executed

Samuel Norris , capitally convicted January sessions. was executed on Wednesday the 3d of February.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, William Hunt, 21st April 1762.

Reference Number: s17620421-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Miscellaneous > military naval duty

William Hunt , capitally convicted the same sessions, received his majesty's pardon, on condition of joining and continuing in the regiment now in Jamaica .


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