Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
11th October 1721
Reference Numbers17211011-1

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The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to give Judgment as followeth:

Receiv'd Sentence of Death, 6.

John Trantrum , Ann Lloyd , John James , William Courtney , John Dikes , and Philip Storey .

Burnt in the Hand, 7.

Thomas Curry , Thomas Hill, Williams Palmer, Elizabeth Miller alias Lyon, William Crow , Mary Davis , and Mary Kelley , the two last formerly Convicted.

To be Transported, 16.

Alexander Drummer , John Warminger , Thomas Rice . Elizabeth Parker , William Riches , William Williams , Joseph Cannor alias Connor, Elizabeth Bailey alias Dissington, Elizabeth Brown alias White, James Calf , Thomas Mitchel , Edward Hind , Francis Coudil , John Mitchel alias Michener, John Moore , and Thomas James .

To be Whipt, a.

Charles Allchorn , and Katharine Baker, the last formerly Convicted.

John Smith (commonly called Half-hang'd Smith) was Fined 40 Marks, to suffer 3 Years Imprisonment and find Security for 3 Years after.

Richard Bryan , to stand in the Pillory against King-Street End, Fined 20 Marks, and to suffer 6 Months Imprisonment.

Dianah Cole, formerly Convicted of a Misdemeanour in receiving stolen Goods, in consideration of her Poverty, and that she had been several Months imprison'd, was Fined 5 Marks only.

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