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<persName id="s16971208-1-person161"> George Hodges
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<persName id="s16971208-1-person162"> John Cook
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<persName id="s16971208-1-person163"> George Bridgman
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<persName id="s16971208-1-person164"> John Dodd
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<p>Robert Clark was fined 20 Marks, and to stand three times in the Pillory.</p>
<p>Elizabeth Aderly was fined 13 s. and 4 d.</p>
<p>The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to pronounce Sentence, as followeth:</p>
<p>Received Sentence, of Death, 18.</p>
<p>William Wilson</p>
<p>John Hill</p>
<p>Charles Harding</p>
<p>Mary Segar</p>
<p>Mary Potter</p>
<p>Richard Dounes</p>
<p>William Holiday</p>
<p>Thomas Shelly</p>
<p>Elizabeth Smith</p>
<p>Edward Weeks</p>
<p>James Freemly</p>
<p>Thomas Dody</p>
<p>John Shorter</p>
<p>Elizabeth Barncluf</p>
<p>John Norcoat</p>
<p>John Rives</p>
<p>Thomas Smith and</p>
<p>William Johnson.</p>
<p>The four Women pleaded their Bellies:</p>
<p>Mary Segar, Mary Potter and Elizabeth Rives were found with Child, but not Elizabeth Smith.</p>
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<xptr type="pageFacsimile" doc="16971208005"/>Burnt in the Hand, 20.</p>
<p>Henry Gordon</p>
<p>Grace Chinay</p>
<p>Mary Cope</p>
<p>Rebecca Hatch</p>
<p>Margaret Adams</p>
<p>Mary Spurrier</p>
<p>--- Betty</p>
<p>John Mosly</p>
<p>John Williams</p>
<p>Margaret Bevin</p>
<p>Elizabeth More</p>
<p>Prudence Brooks</p>
<p>Ann Holland</p>
<p>Susan Windham</p>
<p>Ann Witty</p>
<p>Margaret Midleton</p>
<p>Susan Wiseman</p>
<p>Isabella Dickens</p>
<p>Ann Whitle</p>
<p>To be Whip'd, 7.</p>
<p>William Perry</p>
<p>Jane Vaughan</p>
<p>Mary Bailly</p>
<p>Thomas Huggins</p>
<p>William Ockey</p>
<p>Elizabeth Murray</p>
<p>And</p>
<p>Elizabeth Pepperin.</p>
<p>To be Transported, 5.</p>
<p>Robert Mitchell</p>
<p>William Hudson</p>
<p>Phelix Tait</p>
<p>Thomas Nichols</p>
<p>Thomas Morgan</p>.</div1></div0>
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