Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
7th July 1680
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There were in all Nine persons Contemned to dye, six Men and then Women, viz. Philip Doughty and Mary Clarke for Murder: Jane Lant for Robbing Jane Davies of thirteen pound seven shillings and six pence in Money, and Cloaths to the value of thirty pound: Isabel Starling for Robbing her Master of two hundred pound; The sides for the Robbery in Bartholomew close, and other Felouies: Samuel Griffith an old Offender for a Felony: Joseph nestner, and William Wilson , for Robbing on the High-way as poor-gads: and James Carew for a Burghlary in the House of Richard Bedding his Neighbour, and stealing fifty shillings in money, the womans Wedding Ring, and other goods. Besides these that are to dye, there were Eight burnt in the Hand, Two that are to be Transported, Ten to be Whipt.

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