Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary. William Darlew, Richard Watson, William Bowyer, Richard Griffith.
2nd July 1755
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SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation; No Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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The trials being ended, the court proceeded to give judgment as follows:

Received sentence of death 6.

John Dailey , otherwise Peterson, otherwise Walter Gabagan; Thomas Scot ; Mary Smith ; John ; James Bignal , otherwise John Morgan. Burnaby Horn, otherwise Horan.

Transported for seven years 20.

Susannah Bird ; Hannah Morris ; John Parry ; Sarah Readshaw ; John Burnet ; William Sparks ; Susannah Smith ; William Rice ; Sarah Grant ; Thomas Westcote ; Mary Robertson ; Sarah Anderson ; Thomas Read ; Thomas Clark ; John Conquest ; William Jackson ; Frances Norris; Elisabeth Windal; and Rebecca Fuller .

Branded 6.

William Warner ; George Barker ; John Davis ; Elisabeth Lloyd ; Edward Bradford ; and Mary Turton .

Whipped 1.

Sarah Tompson .

Mary Carey to be confined in the prison for the space of six months.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. William Darlew, Richard Watson, William Bowyer.
2nd July 1755
Reference Numbers17550702-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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William Darlew , otherwise Barlow , capitally convicted in April sessions. Richard Watson , and William Bowyer , otherwise Scampy , capitally convicted last sessions, received his majesty's most gracious pardon on condition of transportation during their natural lives .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Richard Griffith.
2nd July 1755
Reference Numbers17550702-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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And, Richard Griffith , capitally convicted last sessions, to be transported for fourteen years .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. William Darlew, Richard Watson, William Bowyer.
2nd July 1755
Reference Numbers17550702-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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William Darlew , otherwise Barlow , capitally convicted in April sessions. Richard Watson , and William Bowyer , otherwise Scampy , capitally convicted last sessions, received his majesty's most gracious pardon on condition of transportation during their natural lives .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Richard Griffith.
2nd July 1755
Reference Numbers17550702-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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And, Richard Griffith , capitally convicted last sessions, to be transported for fourteen years .


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