The Resource The tryals of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr : for feloniously stealing Mrs. Pleasant Rawlins, a virgin and heiress of a considerable fortune, with an intent to cause and procure the said Pleasant Rawlins against her will to marry the said Haagen Swendsen : at the Queens Bench bar at Westminster, Nov. 25. 1702, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the rest of the judges of the said court, of which fact the said Haagen Swendsen and Sarah Baynton were found guilty, and the said Swendsen was executed for the same, Decemb. 9th the following : the said Baynton being with child was reprieved after sentence

The tryals of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr : for feloniously stealing Mrs. Pleasant Rawlins, a virgin and heiress of a considerable fortune, with an intent to cause and procure the said Pleasant Rawlins against her will to marry the said Haagen Swendsen : at the Queens Bench bar at Westminster, Nov. 25. 1702, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the rest of the judges of the said court, of which fact the said Haagen Swendsen and Sarah Baynton were found guilty, and the said Swendsen was executed for the same, Decemb. 9th the following : the said Baynton being with child was reprieved after sentence

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The tryals of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr : for feloniously stealing Mrs. Pleasant Rawlins, a virgin and heiress of a considerable fortune, with an intent to cause and procure the said Pleasant Rawlins against her will to marry the said Haagen Swendsen : at the Queens Bench bar at Westminster, Nov. 25. 1702, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the rest of the judges of the said court, of which fact the said Haagen Swendsen and Sarah Baynton were found guilty, and the said Swendsen was executed for the same, Decemb. 9th the following : the said Baynton being with child was reprieved after sentence
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The tryals of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr
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for feloniously stealing Mrs. Pleasant Rawlins, a virgin and heiress of a considerable fortune, with an intent to cause and procure the said Pleasant Rawlins against her will to marry the said Haagen Swendsen : at the Queens Bench bar at Westminster, Nov. 25. 1702, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the rest of the judges of the said court, of which fact the said Haagen Swendsen and Sarah Baynton were found guilty, and the said Swendsen was executed for the same, Decemb. 9th the following : the said Baynton being with child was reprieved after sentence
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Trials of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr
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-1702
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Swendsen, Haagen
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KD372.S94
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S94 1703a
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England and Wales
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HeinOnline world trials
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  • Swendsen, Haagen
  • Rawlins, Pleasant
  • Trials (Duress)
  • Forced marriage
  • Duress (Law)
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The tryals of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr : for feloniously stealing Mrs. Pleasant Rawlins, a virgin and heiress of a considerable fortune, with an intent to cause and procure the said Pleasant Rawlins against her will to marry the said Haagen Swendsen : at the Queens Bench bar at Westminster, Nov. 25. 1702, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the rest of the judges of the said court, of which fact the said Haagen Swendsen and Sarah Baynton were found guilty, and the said Swendsen was executed for the same, Decemb. 9th the following : the said Baynton being with child was reprieved after sentence
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The tryals of Haagen Swendsen, Sarah Baynton, John Hartwell and John Spurr : for feloniously stealing Mrs. Pleasant Rawlins, a virgin and heiress of a considerable fortune, with an intent to cause and procure the said Pleasant Rawlins against her will to marry the said Haagen Swendsen : at the Queens Bench bar at Westminster, Nov. 25. 1702, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Holt, and the rest of the judges of the said court, of which fact the said Haagen Swendsen and Sarah Baynton were found guilty, and the said Swendsen was executed for the same, Decemb. 9th the following : the said Baynton being with child was reprieved after sentence
Publication
Distribution
Note
©2012 Cassidy Cataloguing Services, Inc
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unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
black and white
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource ([2], 30 [i.e. 32] pages)
File format
one file format
Form of item
online
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
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unknown
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