Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, Mary Smith, Mary Thompson, John Herbert, John Simpson, Thomas Jones, Thomas Playter, Thomas Colliss, Benjamin Coleman, Francis Sennett, George Clarke, Benjamin Carver, William Underwood, Samuel Young, William Walker, William Davis, Elizabeth Powell, John Chilton, William Malen, John Austin, James Cluer, William Foot, 15th February 1792.

Reference Number: s17920215-1
Punishment: Imprisonment; Imprisonment; No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to pass Sentence, as follows:

Received Sentence of Death, 7, viz.

Baker William - 125

Gillthorpe James - 112

Hardy Esther Jane - 107

Kenny James - 151

Lewis John - 113

Pearce Robert, alias Arnold - 113

Wiltshire Charles - 112

To be Transported for Seven Years, 23, viz.

Abrahams George - 121

Alford Richard - 110

Barton Thomas - 126, 142

Burke Andrew - 120

Collin William - 141

Doudle John - 108

Duff William - 122

Glassby William - 109

Galwin Thomas - 152

Harris Nathaniel - 144

Jackson Henry - 115

Jones Robert - 148

M'Leane James - 132

Nelson Richard - 116

Nicholls William - 138

Nicklin William - 118

Pendall William - 109

Shaw Shadrach - 136

Vaughan Edward - 138

Vinney George - 108

Watts William - 140

Whitmore Robert - 109

Wilson Thomas - 124

To be imprisoned 18 Months, 1, viz.

Robert Norris .

To be imprisoned Twelve Months, 9, viz.

Simon Samuel , John Tomlinson , David Jones , Phebe Horn , Joseph Cooke , Walter Wiggins , Catherine Dunbar (fined 1 s.), Elizabeth Bates (fined 1 s.), Mary Patten (fined 1 s.).

To be imprisoned Six Months, 3, viz.

Robert Ayres (fined 1 s.), Thomas Harrod , John Ravenhill .

To be imprisoned One Month, 1, viz.

Sarah Pearce (fined 1 s.)

To be imprisoned One Week, 1, viz.

William Smith .

To be Whipped, 11, viz.

Richard Warren , Peter Millar , Thomas Price , Thomas Wyatt , Edward Moulton , Thomas West , George Harris , John Simmons , David Jones , William Smith , John Ravenhill .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Mary Smith, Mary Thompson, 15th February 1792.

Reference Number: s17920215-1
Punishment: Imprisonment; Imprisonment

Mary Smith and Mary Thompson , who were under orders for Transportation, were put to the bar, and the former ordered to be imprisoned Seven Months , the latter Six Months .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Herbert, John Simpson, Thomas Jones, Thomas Playter, Thomas Colliss, Benjamin Coleman, Francis Sennett, George Clarke, Benjamin Carver, William Underwood, Samuel Young, William Walker, William Davis, Elizabeth Powell, John Chilton, William Malen, John Austin, James Cluer, William Foot, 15th February 1792.

Reference Number: s17920215-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

The following Convicts (Respites) were put to the Bar, and informed that his Majesty had been graciously pleased to extend to them his Royal Mercy, on condition of their being transported during the Term of their natural Lives.

John Herbert

John Simpson

Thomas Jones (Refused)

Thomas Playter

Thomas Colliss

Benjamin Coleman, alias Coburne

Francis Sennett

George Clarke

Benjamin Carver

William Underwood, alias Whitaker

Samuel Young

William Walker

William Davis, alias Robert Hudson

Elizabeth Powell

John Chilton

William Malen

John Austin

James Cluer

William Foot

N. B. Jones, on the usual question,

"Will you accept of his Majesty's mercy, on condition of being transported for the term of your natural life?" refused, and declared he would rather die than go to sea to be starved to death; hereupon Mr. Recorder cautioned the prisoner, and advised a speedy alteration of his obstinate resolve; by observing to him, that he might expect a speedy execution of his former sentence, if he persisted in his obstinacy. He was taken from the bar, and brought up after the business of the Court was settled; he still continuing obstinate, was remanded to his former sentence, and to be confined in a solitary cell.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, Mary Smith, Mary Thompson, 15th February 1792.

Reference Number: s17920215-1
Punishment: Imprisonment; Imprisonment

Mary Smith and Mary Thompson , who were under orders for Transportation, were put to the bar, and the former ordered to be imprisoned Seven Months , the latter Six Months .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material, John Herbert, John Simpson, Thomas Jones, Thomas Playter, Thomas Colliss, Benjamin Coleman, Francis Sennett, George Clarke, Benjamin Carver, William Underwood, Samuel Young, William Walker, William Davis, Elizabeth Powell, John Chilton, William Malen, John Austin, James Cluer, William Foot, 15th February 1792.

Reference Number: s17920215-1
Punishment: No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

The following Convicts (Respites) were put to the Bar, and informed that his Majesty had been graciously pleased to extend to them his Royal Mercy, on condition of their being transported during the Term of their natural Lives.

John Herbert

John Simpson

Thomas Jones (Refused)

Thomas Playter

Thomas Colliss

Benjamin Coleman, alias Coburne

Francis Sennett

George Clarke

Benjamin Carver

William Underwood, alias Whitaker

Samuel Young

William Walker

William Davis, alias Robert Hudson

Elizabeth Powell

John Chilton

William Malen

John Austin

James Cluer

William Foot

N. B. Jones, on the usual question,

"Will you accept of his Majesty's mercy, on condition of being transported for the term of your natural life?" refused, and declared he would rather die than go to sea to be starved to death; hereupon Mr. Recorder cautioned the prisoner, and advised a speedy alteration of his obstinate resolve; by observing to him, that he might expect a speedy execution of his former sentence, if he persisted in his obstinacy. He was taken from the bar, and brought up after the business of the Court was settled; he still continuing obstinate, was remanded to his former sentence, and to be confined in a solitary cell.


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