Rowland Waters, Deering Bradshaw, Ambrose Cave.
31st May 1688
Reference Numbert16880531-38
VerdictGuilty > manslaughter; Not Guilty
SentenceMiscellaneous > branding

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Mr. Rowland Waters as Principal, was Indicted for the Murther of Sir Charles Pymm Baronet ; Deering Bradshaw , and Ambrose Cave Gent. were together with him Indicted as Accessories to the Felony and Murther . He, the said Sir Charles Pymm , received a Mortal Wound with a Rapier, on or about the right Pap, of the breadth of one Inch, and of the depth of ten Inches; of which Wounds, he then instantly Died. The Prisoner Waters desired that Mr. Bradshaw and Mr. Cave might be Tryed first; but that was not allowed of by the Court, they being put all together in one Indictment. The Tryal being over, (which lasted long) he, the said Mr. Waters was found guilty of Manslaughter , but the other two were Acquitted . His Tryal at large the Reader may expect within some few days.

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