Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary. Elizabeth Abbot, Francis Bush, Thomas Lyell, John Roberts, Lawrence Sidney, Rochford Fitzgerald.
16th April 1740
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The Trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give Judgement as follows:

Received Sentence of DEATH, 7.

Tho Clements ,

John Hetherington ,

John Hyde ,

John Moore ,

Margaret Newel ,

Joseph Parker ,

John Singleton ,

TRANSPORTATION for 14 Years, 1.

Ann Harvey .

TRANSPORTATION for 7 Years, 27.

Ann Ash ,

John Bennit ,

Mary Candy ,

John Cane ,

William Disney ,

Mary Domingus ,

John Filgon ,

John Gilbert ,

Samuel Heap ,

Thomas Impey ,

William Isgrigg,

John Langham,

Eliz. Mudget,

Mary North,

Mary Perkins ,

Ann Petit,

Rachael Poole,

Ralph Rane,

John Ravener ,

John Sharpless,

Dan. Stogdale,

Mary Toppin,

Eliz. Watson,

John Webb,

Rob Wickins,

Eliz. Wilcox,

Rob Woodford .

BURNT in the HAND, 1. William Harvey .

WHIPT, 2. Mary Miles , Mary Wharton ,

Margaret Newel pleaded her Belly, and a Jury of Matrons being impannelled, found her with Quick Child.

Of the Persons mentioned in our last, who were ordered to remain,

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Elizabeth Abbot.
16th April 1740
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Elizabeth Abbot was discharged, there being no Prosecution .
Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Francis Bush.
16th April 1740
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And Francis Bush died in Goal.

Mary Burn , committed by Thomas De Veil , Esq; on the Oath of Rose Bignell , for being concerned with several Persons in the Murder of George Hawkins , was ordered to remain till next Sessions. - This Murder was committed at the Rose in Oxendon-street. Marmaduke Bignell , who kept this House, and his Man Richard Ford , were sentenced to be transported last Sessions for a Robbery therein. See their Trial, p. 89.

The following, committed April 18, by Sir John Gonson, and Thomas De Veil , Esq; were referred to the said Justices for Bail, viz.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Thomas Lyell, John Roberts, Lawrence Sidney.
16th April 1740
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Thomas Lyell , John Roberts , and Lawrence Sidney , on the Oaths of George Brisac , the Honourable John Barrington , Francis John Tyson, George Spiltimber, Stephen Broughton , Joseph Swaine , and John Kellet , Esqrs. for being common Gamesters, and winning from them, at the Masquerade in the Haymarket, upwards of 390 £. by false and loaded Dice, and want of Sureties . And

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Rochford Fitzgerald.
16th April 1740
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Rochford Fitzgerald , on the Oath of John Conther , Esq; for cheating him at Cards of a promissory Note of 30 £. and 3 £. and upwards in Money .

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Elizabeth Abbot was discharged, there being no Prosecution .
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And Francis Bush died in Goal.
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Thomas Lyell , John Roberts , and Lawrence Sidney , on the Oaths of George Brisac , the Honourable John Barrington , Francis John Tyson, George Spiltimber, Stephen Broughton , Joseph Swaine , and John Kellet , Esqrs. for being common Gamesters, and winning from them, at the Masquerade in the Haymarket, upwards of 390 £. by false and loaded Dice, and want of Sureties . And

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Rochford Fitzgerald , on the Oath of John Conther , Esq; for cheating him at Cards of a promissory Note of 30 £. and 3 £. and upwards in Money .


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