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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="16800421001"/>THE TRUE NARRATIVE OF THE PROCEDINGS AT The Sessions-House IN THE OLD-BAYLY.
<p>Which began on Wednesday the 21th of this instant April, 1680. and ended on Fryday the 23th. following.</p>
<p>Giving an Account of most of the Remarkable Trials there, viz. for Treasons, Murders, Fellonies and Burglaries, &c. with a particular Relation of their Names, and the places of their Committing their Facts, with the number of those Condemned to dye, burnt in the hand, and to be whipt.</p>
<p>With the Condemnation of a notorious Jesuite, and of the three Women to be burnt, and the proceedings with the Apprentices.</p> </div1>
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<p>The first that we shall give account of is an
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<join result="offencePlace" targOrder="Y" targets="t16800421-3-off9 t16800421-3-crimeloc10"/> (for now of late that Scarlet Crime is grown so frequent, that it commonly concludes mutual friendship in such a Trajeck Scene, that might far better befit Pagangs than protestors of Christianity) the manner of this fatal mischief was according to the Evidence produced in Court as followeth, the deceased and the Prisoner having had several fallings out in relation that the Prisoner was too familliar with the wife of the deceased, whereupon he had often threatned to put a period to his Life or loose his own, so that often having way laid him and fallen upon him at unawares, not only with unlawful Staves, but with his sword endeavoured to surprise him but his designs not taking their wished for event, but hindered by Providence for perpetrating such a Cruel in till the Saturday before this Trajedy was compleated, the aforementioned Harrison having sent for Jacobs wife, after being strictly warned to the contrary, it so grieved him, that as it is said vowed revenge, and waiting for the coming home of the Prisoner about ten of the Clock, and no sooner having met him, but as the Prisoner pleaded, he drew upon him, making many passes, which were put by and avoided by the Prisoners retreating to his own house, but the other still pursuing him, he was obliged to draw and stand upon his Guard which with two mortal wounds on the brest about four inches deep made him fall breathless at his feet but notwithstanding the Jury upon weighing all circumstances thought fit to find him
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<interp inst="t16800421-13-off50" type="offenceSubcategory" value="religiousOffences"/> Indicted upon the Statute of 27 Eliz. for having taken Order from the See of Rome, and coming over into England </rs> being Impeached by one Alice Turner who had formerly been his proselyte. And upon Information one Mr. Stiff a Constable in St. Giles's taking with him some other Neighbours, went to Apprehend him, and having entred the House where he was said to lodg, They found him Confessing a Sick Woman, who no sooner seeing them begin roughly to handle her Priest but cryed out, O what will you rob me of my Salvation, upon search of him, They found about him a Petition to an Envoy, it being written in French, denoting that
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<p>The several Apprentices that were Committed to the GateHouse, to the number of 14 or 15, being turned over to this Goal Delivery, the Court condescended to take Bail for their good Behaviour, and for their further answering their Treasonable Intentions of making a Combination to levy War against the King.</p> </div1>
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<persName id="s16800421-1-person77"> Mary Bestin
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<interp inst="s16800421-1-person77" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> ,
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<p>14 burn'd in the hand, one to stand in the Pillory, three to be transported, and three to be whipt.</p> </div1> </div0> </body> </text></TEI.2>

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