Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
7th July 1686
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Then the Court Proceeded to give Sentence as followeth.

Order'd to be Burnt in the Hand, Fifteen, viz.

Thomas Arnold , William Glassborrow , John Legat , John Cane , Isaac Vaughan , Thomas Asbley , George Jones , Hugh Jones , S. P. Gent. John North , Thomas Walker , Samuel Watkins , Joseph Hazard , David Jones , and John Cope .

Order'd to be Transported Three, viz.

William Roach , Henry Clark , and Elizabeth Tisdale .

Order'd to be Whipt Three, viz.

Thomas Whale , Ann Davis , and William Booth .

The Judgment of John Cornet and John Baptist , was Deferred till the next Sessions.

Ralph Turfet was Sentenced to stand in the Pillory Three times, viz. On Monday next in the Pallace-Yard, before Westminster-Hall. On Wednesday, at the May-Pole in the Strand, and on Friday, against Chancery Lane in Holbourn, and to pay a Fine of Twenty Pounds.

F. D. L. Sentenced to stand in the Pillory on Monday next, before the Royal-Exchange, and on Wednesday next in Cheapside, and on Friday following at Temple Bar, and to pay a Fine of Forty Pound, and to remain in Prison, till all be performed.

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