Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
6th December 1693
Reference Numbers16931206-1

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

Burnt in the Hand, 25.

Marryham Hatley, William Heyden, Ann Chellingworth, Katharine Moor, Mary Vyncent, Elizabeth Edwards, Ann Willowbey, Thomas Pritchard Edward Brumbrick, John Bullymore, John Allen, John Powell, James Levingston, Francis Rossington, Edward Prince, John Wiggen, Prudence Shorter, Alice Jones, Sarah Pember, Mary Evanes, Hannah Brown, Judith Fellowes, Sarah Dent, Ann Duck, Elizabeth Ellyott.

Ordered to be Whipt, 3.

Mary Rippen, Thomas Powell, William Truman.

Received Sentence of Death, 16.

Abraham Turner, Thomas Harris, Mary Stokes, Nicholas Chappell, James Benn, John Sybey, Joan Brown, Abraham Stacey, John Breames, Arnold Breames, Richard Kelsey, William Trapps, Thomas Hoyle, Samuel Gibbons, John Urwin, Samuel Hughes.


John Dyer, for the first Indictment was fined 20 Marks, for the second 40 Marks; and if he continue to write News-Letters, to find Sureties for his Good behaviour for a Twelvemonth.

James Perkins was fined 40 Marks, and to stand in the Pillory three times; the first time at Chancery-Lane-end in Holborn; the second time at the Maypole in the Strand; and the third time at Charing Cross.

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