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A Stay of Execution for the Rioters
SP 44/95, p. 1


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St. James's 19th July 1780.
Sheriffs of London and Middlesex the Keeper of the Goal of Newgate and all others whom it may concern

Benj[ami]n Bowsey.
Respite.
 
Gentlemen,

I am commanded to signify to you the King's Pleasure that the Execution of the sentence of Death passed upon Benjamin Bowsey, now a Prisoner in the Goal of Newgate, be respited till Thursday the 27th: Instant.
I am etc.

Hillsborough

 

 


St James's 19th July 1780.

Sheriffs of London and Middlesex the Keeper of the Goal of Newgate and all others, whom it may concern.

John Glover.
Respite.

Gentlemen,

I am commanded to signify to you the King's Pleasure that the Execution of the Sentence of Death passed upon John Glover, now a Prisoner in the Goal of Newgate, be respited 'till further signification of His Majesty's Pleasure.

 

I am etc.,
Hillsborough
   

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