Branding Joseph Relph in the Old Bailey

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Title

Branding Joseph Relph in the Old Bailey

Subject

Punishment for the conviction of crimes in 1778 at Old Bailey.

Description

A picture depicting the branding of Joseph Relph as punishment for his crime and as identification to deny the criminal benefits. Joesph Relph was convicted for manslaughter and was branded with an 'M'.

Source

Criminal London: a Pictorial History from Medieval Times to 1939

Publisher

oldbalieyonline.org

Date

1778

Contributor

Carter Haidusek

Rights

Criminal London: a Pictorial History from Medieval Times to 1939 (2002). © Mark Herber

Format

picture/ sketch

Language

english

Identifier

picture

Files

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Citation

“Branding Joseph Relph in the Old Bailey,” Enlightenmens, accessed November 29, 2022, http://enlightenmens.lmc.gatech.edu/items/show/98.

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