Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
15th October 1679
Reference Numbers16791015-1

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There were in all, no less than one and thirty person, that at this Sessions received sentence of Death, on Saturday the 18 of October. That is to say.

Three for Treason, in Clipping and diminishing of Money, (viz.) Christian Woodward, sentenced to be Burnt. Steven Push -north, and Thomas Hudson , to be drawn and Hang'd .

Seven for Murdering, (viz.) Joan Blackwell , for killing her Bastard Child.

John Twogood , Richard Hammond , and Ann Wing feild, for murdering the Bailiff in Dutchy-Lane.

Richard Taylor , Mary Bishop , and Elizabeth Eosstock, for murdering the Bailiff at Westminster.

Four for Robbing on the High-way, (viz) Thomas French , John Hurst , Morrice Hunt , and Joseph Hunt .

Eight for Burghlary, and House breaking, (viz.) Edward Jarvis , John Weal , John Martin , Charles Michener , Isaac whitacre , Thomasin Moor , James Marmaluke , and Charles Pain .

Three for Horse stealing (viz.) Thomas Beecham , Richard Good , and George Butler .

The other six were for other Felonies, but Old and Incorrigible offenders, that had been Burnt in the hand, or Pardoned &c. and would take no Warning their Names were, Susan Smith , Jane Mood , Susan Hollis , Hannah Andrews , Elizabeth and Alice Skip .

There were likewise, to Burnt in the hand, and 7 or 8 ordered to be whipt, and so ended this most remarkable Sessions.

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