Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
24th February 1697
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The Trials being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as followeth.

Received Sentence of Death, 13.

John Ayres, John Allen, Elizabeth Brian, George Carter, John Davis, Evan Evans, Thomas Gaseby, William Griffin, John Mart, Robert Pomfret, Isaac Sound, William Thomas, John Towers.

Burnt in the Hand, 20.

Isaac Adreah, Avis Barnet, B - B Thomas Brook Mary Cook, Elizabeth Hall, Gabriel Hill, Ann Langley, Eli zabeth Line, Elizabeth Mason, George Maxfield, Ann Miller, Prudence Nichols, Mary Parker, William Poltney, Elizabeth Prosper, Elizabeth Rowman, T - R - Elizabeth Reed Grace Stephens.

To be Whipt, 6.

John Bromely, Edmund Evans, Richard Gaseby, Elisha Hall, Abigail Jones, Elizabeth Perrey.

Ordered into His Majesty's Service, 6.

John Bromeley, Elisha Hall, Gabriel Hall, George Maxfeild T - R - James Robinson.

Elizabeth Brian humbly begged to be Transported, which the Court granted on Condition that she should transport her self in a short time.

John Austin and William Holdman, were fined each of them a Mark, and to stand in the Pillory at the May-Pole in the Strand at Charing-Cross, and at Westminster-Hall Gate.

Edward Bacon fined 20 Nobles; and to stand in the Pillory at the Royal-Exchange, Cheapside, and Temple-Bar.

William Forster fined 100 Marks, and to find Sureties for; Twelvemonth.

Thomas Gurney fined 200 l. and to find Sureties to the Damag of the Contempt.

William Norman fined 40 Marks, and find Sureties for his Good behaviour for a Twelvemonth.

Petrce Roe fined 500 Marks, and to find Sureties for his Good behaviour, and to remain in Prison till he pay the same.

Hercules Stodder fined 200 Marks, and to stand Three times is the Pillory, and find Sureties for a Twelvemonth.

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