Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
27th February 1696
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The Trials being over, the Court gave Sentence as followeth,

Received Sentence of Death, 7.

Peter Clarke, Michael Hall, Joseph Jordan, Richard Lewis, Robert Maynard, George Richardson, and Sarah Wittall.

Burnt in the Hand, 17.

Elizabeth Askew, Benjamin Carr, Hilliard Cooland, Catherine Davis, Elizabeth Edwards, Mark Fenton, Mary Harris, Joseph Johnson, James Knowland, William Kilby, Felix Tike, Abigal Kelley, James Mollet, Thomas Morgan, William Meakins, George Ruddles, John Sharpe.

To be Whipt, 5.

George Bowyer, John Carrol, James Gawden, Jane Higden, Richard Hawkins.

Ordered into His Majesty's Service, 10.

Benjamin Carr, Hilliard Cooland, Mark Fenton, Joseph Johnson, James Knowland, William Kilby, Felix Tike, James Mollet, Thomas Morgan, George Ruddles.

James Pullen fined Twenty Marks.

Charles Stanley fined 100 Marks, and to stand in the Pillory at Temple-Bar and at Charing-cross, and to find Sureties for his Good Behaviour for a Twelvemonth.

Joseph Williams fined 40 Marks, and to stand three times in the Pillory, and to give Sureties for his Good Behaviour for a Twelvemonth.

Sarah Wittall pleaded her Belly, and was found quick with Child.

These Persons following were convicted formerly, and begged the Benefit of his Majesty's Pardox on their Knees, with condition that they would serve His Majesty in Flanders, and not to desert or come into this Kingdom on pain of Death.

John Marshal, George Derack, John Thompson, Humphey Burton, William Ingram, Richard Scot, Thomas Johnson, John Davis, alias Davy, John Shaw, John Terry, William Wake, alias Dimock, Peter Lawman, Francis Buckley, Thomas Mitchel, John Jones, alias Hodge, Thomas Butcher, William Morgan.

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