Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary. John Myles.
14th September 1785
Reference Numbers17850914-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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The Sessions being ended, the Court proceeded to give Judgment a follows:

Received sentence of Death. 25. viz.

John Hayes , George Reynolds , Joseph Banning , James Connell , William Lawes , James Duncan , James Rowe , George Nugent , William Burke , William Barnes , Richard Silvester , otherwise called Jack the Gardener, Amos Rowsell , James Mosdell , James Lewis , William Hayward , John Clayton , otherwise called Paddy Oyster , William Moore , Thomas Browning , Thomas Winderbank , John Ashborne , Joseph Wood , Benjamin Howell , Patrick Coffel , William Beer , John Lloyd , otherwise Jones.

Transported for seven years. 57. viz.

Alexander Elder , Thomas Smith , (to Africa) Thomas Mead , Francis Groome , Elizabeth Dalton , John Bloomberg , William Fox , William Hughes , Cornelius Collins , Joseph Newland , Joseph Jackson , Francis Sanders , William Richardson , Charles Clark , (Africa), Jane Creek, Joseph Merchant , John Thompson , James Laurence , Thomas Broome , John Harris , William Deadross , (Africa), John Brown, John Goddard , Martin Stephens , Thomas Brownett , John Brentwood , Robert Chambers , John Dixon , James Horton , Samuel Poole , John Farmer , Thomas Blackhall , William Gray , John Brown, John Myers , George Spoonley , John Lewis , Thomas Tipping , William Harborne , John Dixon , Thomas Probart , Edward Davis , James Randall , alias Richardson, Jane Langley , Mary Finn , John Wilson , George Sando , John Hicks , James Lynch , Robert Spencer , George Davis , Abraham Dawson , Thomas Underwood , John Marshall , Robert Cane , William Goldsmith , John Cass .

To be confined to hard labour twelve months in the House of Correction. 6.

Lydia Kenneley , Harriet Miller , Isabella Hall, Ann Gibson , Sarah Blackburn , Thomas Lewington .

To be confined to hard labour six months in the House of Correction. 20.

Mary Freelove , Robert Holmes , Elizabeth Bland , William Simmons , Thomas Harrison , John Clark , James Miller , Hannah Dart , John Neale , Martha Fisher , Sarah Cooper , Michael Young , John Dixon , Mary Parker , Henry Shepherd , Mary Hymer , Richard Marney , Jeremiah Murphy , Stephen Thomas , William Cunningham .

To be imprisoned three years in Newgate. 1.

Roger Sweetman .

To be imprisoned six months in Newgate. 1.

John Fray .

To be imprisoned three months in Newgate. 1.

William Stitt .

To be Whipped. 18.

John Harris , (twice) Charles Cooper , (twice) William Mason , William Hands , Thomas Frost , John Peeston , John Mills , (twice) Alexander Bell , James Miller , Terence Tiney alias Terry, Walter Kelly , John August , Richard Marney , Jeremiah Murphy , Stephen Thomas , Thomas Lewington , Roger Sweetman , (twice) Michael Bradley .

Fined 1 s. 6.

John Fray , Timothy Brian , John Richardson alias Richmond, Eleanor Armstrong , William Stitt , William Cunningham .

Fined 6 d. 1.

Isabella Hall.

William Hill, otherwise Michael Nowland, James Grimes , otherwise James Macauley, and Michael Andrews , otherwise Michael Mac Nally , brought into custody of the keeper of Newgate by habeas corpus from Shepton Mallett, charged with felony on the high seas, remain till the next Admiralty Session.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. John Myles.
14th September 1785
Reference Numbers17850914-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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John Myles , a capital convict in February Sessions received his Majesty's pardon, on condition of being transported for life .

William Mitchell , for high treason, remains till next Sessions, being sick.

Sentence reserved on George Baillie .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. John Myles.
14th September 1785
Reference Numbers17850914-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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John Myles , a capital convict in February Sessions received his Majesty's pardon, on condition of being transported for life .


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