Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
15th January 1700
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The Trials being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as followeth, viz.

Recieved Sentence of Death 11.

Jane Biggs, Nicholas Bennet, Philip Clark, Richard Gash, Anne Graham, Elizabeth Greene, John Hall, John Jones, Cecilia Labree, Brian Sullivan, Edmond Tooll.

Burnt in the left Cheeck 12.

Andrew Andrews, John Adams, Peter Browne, Francis Coleman, Robert Collins, John Handly, William Lyddalt Catherine Lewis, George Oxford, Walter Terrey, James, Wood, Hannah Walker.

Burnt in the Hand 3.

Cornelius Fort, James Hewit and Charles Newey.

To be Whipt 8.

John Browne, Thomas Lee, James Morris, Henry Merchant, William Netherwood, Thomas Richmond, Elizabeth Spellman and John Willis.

Edmond Tool is to be Executed and Hang'd in Chains a near the place, as conveniently may be, there he committed the said Murther.

Reprieved after Judgment, Nicholas Bennet and John Jones.

Ann Graham, Jane Biggs, and Elizabeth Green, pleaded their Bellies, and a Jury of Matrons being Impannelled, found Anne Graham and Elizabeth Biggs to be with quick Child, and Elizabeth Green not with quick Child

John Littlehales Fined 50 l. a piece for his 5 Misdedmeanors, and to remain in Prison till he pay the same, and find Surties for Twelve Months.

Henry Waldron Fined 100 l. and to stand three time in the Pillory.

John Smith Fined 80 l. and to stand three times in the Pillory.

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