Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
13th January 1758
Reference Numbers17580113-1

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N. B. The Middlesex jury, William Hericage foreman, tried all the Middlesex prisoner except Ann Gregory.

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

Received sentence of Death 8.

Elizabeth Tomkinson , Joseph Weeley , Elizabeth Allen , Margaret Larney , Alice Davis , Samuel Ong , John Davis , and John Allen .

Margaret Larney and Alice Davis to be drawn upon a burdle to the place of execution, and then burnt to death.

Elizabeth Tomkinson , Margaret Larney , and Alice Davis , Loding their belas, a jury of matrons were impannel'd, and brought in their verdict Elizabeth Tomkinson and Margaret Larney quick with child; Alice Davis not quick.

James Sleep and Matthew Johnson to forfeit all their goods and chattels to the king, and also their lands, if they have any, during their lives, and to be imprisoned in Newgate during their lives.

Transported for fourteen Years 1.

Thomas Newton .

Transported for seven Years 10.

William Wilder, Sarah Richards, John Bramfield , Edward Jolley , John Craven, Jane Wilderington , Ann Gregory , Thomas Clark, Catherine Wells , and Christopher Bagorf .

To be whip'd 3.

Jane Preston , Elizabeth Wale , and Elizabeth Symonds, otherwise Mitchel.

To be branded 4.

John Hodgkins , Elizabeth Ross , William Driver, and Henry Fry .

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