Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary. Andrew Fitzgerald.
19th February 1766
Reference Numbers17660219-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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The trials being ended, the Court proceeded to give judgment as follows:

Received sentence of Death, 5.

Robert Bryer , John Jewster , Sarah Stanley , William Barlow , and Francis Redmond .

Transported for 14 years, 4.

Edward Tricket , Mary Brown , William Hodson , and Louis Riviere .

Transported for 7 years, 41.

John Stafford , Thomas Kemp , William Hall , Benjamin Talbot , James Cummings , William Crawford , John Scandon , George Robinson , Thomas Corp , Richard Philips , John Walker , Joseph Lambeth , Edward Richards , Susanna M'Kenzie , James Burnham , Mary Campbell , John West , Anne Morley , William Lane , Vincent Hollis , Christian Hunter , William Penson , Henry Corbet , Eleanor Bales , otherwise Brown, otherwise Goff, Matthew Dunn , Frank Egar , John Ash , T - D -, Joshua Wells , Edward Carivan , Rose Foy , Alice Chappel , John Smith , Gerrard Byrne , William Swift , John Evans , John Donoley , Peter Triest , Susanna Yates , Mary Turner , and Thomas Berryman .

Whipped, 2.

Anne Collyer , and Alice Thomas .

Branded, 2.

James Bates , and John Stanley , the latter to be imprisoned in Newgate one year.

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Andrew Fitzgerald.
19th February 1766
Reference Numbers17660219-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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Andrew Fitzgerald , capitally convicted in October sessions, received his Majesty's pardon, on condition of being transported during his natural life .

Old Bailey Proceedings supplementary material. Andrew Fitzgerald.
19th February 1766
Reference Numbers17660219-1
SentenceNo Punishment > pardon; Transportation

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Andrew Fitzgerald , capitally convicted in October sessions, received his Majesty's pardon, on condition of being transported during his natural life .


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