Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary.
9th December 1761
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The trials being ended, the court proceeded to give judgment as follows:

Received Sentence of Death, 6.

Elizabeth Clements otherwise Smith, Mary Morris , Thomas Aston , Margaret Solowen otherwise Quin, Daniel Looney , and Robert Greenstreet , the latter to be drawn to the place of execution on a burdle; Elizabeth Clements and Mary Morris pleaded their bellies; and a jury of matrons were impanelled, who brought in their verdict, Both not quick with child.

Received sentence of transportation for fourteen years, 1.

William Smith .

For seven years, 18.

John Parris , Mary Coolet , Cicely Hickey , Samuel Brookshed , Mary Bready , Mary Arnott , William Everitt , Letice Fleming, Thomas Woodhouse, Mary Hughes, Elizabeth Fielding , Mary Parsons , Thomas Baker , John Putyford , Mary Kimber, Hannah Duckson , Ann Williams , John Roach .

To be branded, 1. Angel Simons .

To be whipped, 4.

John Overing , Mary Jarvis , Jane Knight , and Mary Cowen , the last publicly whipped in Ludgate-street, from St. Paul's Church-yard, to where Ludgate stood.

John Eliott to stand on the pillory near the Old Bailey Gate, to be imprisoned one month in Newgate, and to be transported for seven years.

Daniel Looney and Robert Greenstreet were executed, pursuant to their sentence, on Monday the 14th of Dec.

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