Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
26th February 1690
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The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Sentence as followeth, viz.

Burnt in the Hand Nine.

John Williams, John Earle, Henry Floyd, Richard Jones, John Vanrofendall, E - J -, Thomas Spegg, Rowland Tomkins, Henry Deane.

Received Sentence of Death Eleven.

Richard Merridy, George Cox, William Harvey, Robert Hillgrave, John Anderson, (convicted about four sessions ago) Thomas Williams, Thomas Fox, John Longstaffe, Edward Richardson, Jane Smith, and Elizabeth Deacon, who pleading her Belly, a Jury of Matrons were Empannelled, whose Verdict was, that she was with quick Child.

To be Transported Two.

Thomas Montague, Margaret Jones.

Ordered to be Whipt Nine.

Joseph Jordan, Philip Clark, Robert Harlow, George Fawsey, Isabella Pardey, Ruth Parrey, G - J - G - C - and John Murray.

Those of London-side, to be Whipt from Newgate to Aldgate. Those of Middlesex-side, to be Whipt from Newgate to Holbourn Barn.

One Fletcher was ordered to remain, being suspected to have Cut the King's Picture in Guildhall.

J - V - Immediately after he was Convicted, pleaded His Majesties most Gracious pardon upon his knees, which was allowed him in the Court.

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