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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="16770711001"/>A TRUE NARRATIVE OF THE Proceedings at the Sessions-House IN THE Old-Baily: Beginning on the 11th of this instant July, 1677.
<p>Wherein is contained the Tryal of the Woman for committing that odious sin of Buggery with a Dog; And likewise of the Man for Buggerying of two Mares.</p>
<p>With the Tryal of the young Maid that poisoned her Mother, a Maid, and two Gentlewomen, and all the rest of the most remarkable Tryals there; with an Account how many are Coudemned to die, how many Burn'd in the hand, to be Whip'd and Transported.</p>
<p>with Permission, LONDON, Printed for D. M. 1677.</p>
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<p>ONe of the first and most talkt of Tryals at this Sessions, was for such an abominable Crime, attended with such odious Circumstances, as 'tis thought scarce any Story can parallel it, especially in this our more modest and chaster Climate, hitherto a stranger to such unnatural wickedness; and we hope the Justice executed on this wretched Criminal will deter all others from any the like detestible inclinations for the future.</p>
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<interp inst="t16770711-1-off4" type="offenceSubcategory" value="sodomy"/> commit Buggery with a certain Mungril Dog, and wickedly, divellishly, and against nature had venerial and Carnal copulation with him, &c. </rs> It was was proved that the Prisoner was a person of a lewd conversation, and lodging in a Room into which there were several holes to look in at from the next house, they had often seen her in the very acts of uncleanness with Villains that followed her; but one day one of the Witnesses (a young woman) happening to cast her
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<p>Yet cannot the Bearded Sex, though pretending to a stronger reason, justle on this unhappy President upbraid the Weaker Vessels, or tax them with this dishonor, for the very nezt Arraignment was of a
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t16770711-10-off36 t16770711-10-crimeloc37"/> in last Whitson Ho'y-days, took a tryal for the same </rs>, A woman that was in company with the person kill'd, swore that the Prisoner gave the first affront, by pushing by the other as they met; but three others witnessed that the deceased first quarrelled with and beat the Prisoner, and being like to choak him with pulling his Cravat, after several intreaties to be quiet, the Prisoner drew his sword, and without making any Pass, as they were struggling together, the Man unhappily received a mortal wound; which was brought in
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<join result="defendantPunishment" targOrder="Y" targets="t16770711-10-defend17 t16770711-10-punish39"/> burn'd in the hand </rs> for the same.</p> </div1>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="16770711007"/>There succeeded a long and remarkable Tryal of a
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<join result="offenceVictim" targOrder="Y" targets="t16770711-11-off41 t16770711-11-victim20"/> </persName> by poyson </rs>. The Prosecution was grounded wholly upon upon her own voluntary Confession, and several worthy persons proved that she had acknowledged it to them; and also that she four several times had endeavoured to poyson a Lady with whom she lived, though through mercy she had recovered and was in health again: but that not immediately concerning the present Case, the Girl denying the poisoning of her Mother now at the Bar, as likewise for that it did not appear that her Mother was at all poisoned, or any suspitio raised thereon, she was brought in
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<p>There were in all Ten burnt in the hand this Sessions. Two Men and five Women received sentence of Death, amongst whom that Monster who prostituted her self to a Dog was one; the rest Incorrigible Thieves) and Three for petty crimes ordered to be Whipt.</p> </div1> </div0> </body> </text></TEI.2>

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