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<p>There were in all Five persons that received Sentence of Death, viz.
<persName id="s16790827-1-person33">Tho. Thompson</persName> , and
<persName id="s16790827-1-person34"> Peter du Val
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<persName id="s16790827-1-person35"> Richard Wheeler
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<interp inst="s16790827-1-person35" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , guilty by his own Confession of two Indictments, one of stealing a bay Mare, and the other for a Sword, Coat, Boots, 57s. in Money, and several other Goods at Totnam; Abigail Haines, for Robbing Doctor Blagrave her Master; and
<persName id="s16790827-1-person36"> Margaret Taylor
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<interp inst="s16790827-1-person36" type="gender" value="female"/> </persName> , a Girl, for Robbing her Mistriss, and refusing to tell what she had done with the Gold and the Goods stolen.</p>
<p>There were also Seven Burnt in the Hand, Mr. Swinney, Mr. Harrison, and Tho. Laurence, for Manslaughter,
<persName id="s16790827-1-person37"> Joseph Sharp
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<persName id="s16790827-1-person38">Tho. Cornwell</persName> , for Stealing of Lead from the Church. Tho. Dodd and Edw. Hardy for several Felonies.</p>
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<p>Besides these, there were no fewer than Six and Thirty Men and Women, that within these Six Moneths last had been Condemned to Dye, and had obtain'd Reprieves, who now all did on their Knees plead his Majesties General Gracious Pardon, on Condition of Transportation, among whom was one
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<interp inst="s16790827-1-defend40" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Condemned the second of May last for being a Popish Priest, who could very hardly be brought to accept of this Pardon, or to kneel whilst it was read, alledging that he had committed no Crime, needed no
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<p>Besides these, there were no fewer than Six and Thirty Men and Women, that within these Six Moneths last had been Condemned to Dye, and had obtain'd Reprieves, who now all did on their Knees plead his Majesties General Gracious Pardon, on Condition of Transportation, among whom was one
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<interp inst="s16790827-1-defend40" type="gender" value="male"/> </persName> , Condemned the second of May last for being a Popish Priest, who could very hardly be brought to accept of this Pardon, or to kneel whilst it was read, alledging that he had committed no Crime, needed no
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