Old Bailey Proceedings Online (www.oldbaileyonline.org, version 8.0, 30 November 2022), December 1697 (s16971208-1).

Old Bailey Proceedings punishment summary, 8th December 1697.

George Hodges was fined 13 s. 4 d. for making and selling of Squibs.

John Cook , was fined 40 s. for suffering Squibs to be thrown out of his House.

George Bridgman fined 13 s. 4 d. for the like Offence And

John Dodd fined 10 Groats on the like Account.

Robert Clark was fined 20 Marks, and to stand three times in the Pillory.

Elizabeth Aderly was fined 13 s. and 4 d.

The Tryals being over, the Court proceeded to pronounce Sentence, as followeth:

Received Sentence, of Death, 18.

William Wilson

John Hill

Charles Harding

Mary Segar

Mary Potter

Richard Dounes

William Holiday

Thomas Shelly

Elizabeth Smith

Edward Weeks

James Freemly

Thomas Dody

John Shorter

Elizabeth Barncluf

John Norcoat

John Rives

Thomas Smith and

William Johnson.

The four Women pleaded their Bellies:

Mary Segar, Mary Potter and Elizabeth Rives were found with Child, but not Elizabeth Smith.

Burnt in the Hand, 20.

Henry Gordon

Grace Chinay

Mary Cope

Rebecca Hatch

Margaret Adams

Mary Spurrier

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John Mosly

John Williams

Margaret Bevin

Elizabeth More

Prudence Brooks

Ann Holland

Susan Windham

Ann Witty

Margaret Midleton

Susan Wiseman

Isabella Dickens

Ann Whitle

To be Whip'd, 7.

William Perry

Jane Vaughan

Mary Bailly

Thomas Huggins

William Ockey

Elizabeth Murray


Elizabeth Pepperin.

To be Transported, 5.

Robert Mitchell

William Hudson

Phelix Tait

Thomas Nichols

Thomas Morgan