Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
9th December 1696
Reference Numbers16961209-1

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Robert Ferguson was brought down to be Bailed, and the King's Sollicitor excepting against some of his Bail, he is respited for a further time.

The Tryals being over, the Court gave Judgment as followeth

Received Sentence of Death, 23.

William Archer, Francis Archer, Edward Abbis, John Braseburne, Philip Biddal, John Hampton, William Holliday, Richard Hadley, John Marshall, John Mawd, Robert Powel, Richard Pollynton, William Penny, Daniel Phillips, James Pritchard, John Pool, Alexis Shad, Thomas Walton, Joseph Wynne, and Mary Wood, Dorothy Abbis, Mary Chambers, Ann Hampton: The 3 last Women to be Burnt.

Mary Wood, Dorothy Abbis, Mary Chambers and Ann Hampton, pleaded their Bellies, and Jury of Matrons was Impanneled, who found them all to be quick with child.

Burnt in the Hand. 33.

Thomas Barnes, Matthew Ball, Giles Bourdeville, B - J - , Thomas Costin, Mary Cuffe, S - D - Williams Donson, Hannah Drake, Edward Fowler, Jasper Folkman, Ann Hughs, Ann Hense, Ann Hearne, Mary Johnson, William Kingham, Jane Lawrence, Elizabeth Neale, Thomas Mansell, Ann Nichols, Mary Phillet, Susanna Peirson, James Sibley, Susan Smith, Thomas Steal, Daniel Spires, Philadelphia Maria Smith, William Smith, William Scott, Mary Talbot, Elizabeth Thompson, Elizabeth Thomas, Robert Winter and Ezekiel Waller.

For His Majesty's Service, 14.

Thomas Parnes, Matthew Ball, Giles Bourdeville, Thomas Costin, William Dodson, Edward Fowler, Jasper Folkman, William Kingham, Thomas Mansell, Thomas Steel, Daniel Spires, Robert Winter, Ezekiel Waller, Sylvanus Hanscomb.

To be Whipt, 2.

John Burgis, and George Wilkinson

Thomas Carter Fined 1000 Marks, to stand in the Pillory at Cheap-side Conduit, and against the Bank and Royal Exchange.

Robert French Fined 100 Marks, and to stand three times in the Pillory, at the aforesaid Places.

William Jevill, alias Jewill, was Fined a Noble, and to stand in the Pillory, at the May-pole in the Strand.

Alexander Marshall was Fined 100 l. and to stand three times in the Pillory.

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