Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
15th October 1690
Reference Numbers16901015-1

Related Material

ActionsCite this text | Print-friendly version | Report an error
Navigation< Previous text (supplementary material) | Next text (advertisements) >

The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Sentence as followeth,

Burnt in the Hand 9.

John Stephens , John Clarke , David Floyd , George Brock , Richard James , James Hammond , L - R - , Thomas Dant and James Batrone .

To be Transported, 2

Henry Chawke and Anne Brassbey .

To be Whipt 3.

Margaret Kelly , Elizabeth Vaughan and Anne Griscal .

Received Sentence of Death 12.

M - H - , Constance Wainwright , John Lowbridge , Jane Eaton , Katharine Jones, Anne Henderson , Thomas Castle alias Cassey, Peter Vallard , Bryant Cane , Thomas Rowland , Thomas Rogers , and Anne Rogers his Wife.

Thomas Castle , Peter Vallard and Thomas Rogers , were ordered to be Drawn upon a Sledge to the place of Execution, to be hanged by the Neck, cut down alive, their Bowels burnt, their Bodies quartered, and to be disposed of at their Majesties pleasure. And Anne Rogers was ordered to be burnt alive.

Luke Brassbey fined 10 Groats, and to remain in Prison till he find good Sureties for his peaceable Behaviour. Daniel Juxon was fined 4 Nobles, and to find good Sureties. Joseph Jones was ordered to remain till he find Sureties for his quiet behaviour for the future. Elizabeth Cox and Edward Stephens were both finded 5 Pound a piece.

William Hodges having given in Bail for his appearance, to answer what should be alledged against him, did now move for to be discharged; but the Court being pleased to tender him the Oaths, he refused to comply; whereupon he was ordered to continue upon Bail till further Order.

Turner a Bookseller, for publishing a Seditious Libel against the Government, entituled, A Bargain dear bought, gave Bail to appear next Sessions.

Cap. Rider was discharged from all Recognizances.

Lyon Fountaire, Andrew Burnet and Elizabeth Firmin , notwithstanding their being acquitted, were ordered to remain till they find sufficient Sureties for their better Conversation; Firmin being known to the Court to have been a notorious Offender.

Mary Ellis of Westminster was indicted for Felony and called to answer, but did not uppear, she being lately fled from Justice.

View as XML