Stockdale was also summoned, cross-examined, and committed, but to Newgate.
He might, of course, be subjected to a few weeks of Newgate life.
Lupton, in his London Carbonadoed, speaks of Newgate as new-fronted and new-faced in 1638.
The 'Newgate Calendar' can furnish them with a dozen such saints.
Howard was secured, given into custody, and committed to Newgate.
In Newgate Street, Johnny paused and pressed his hands against his chest.
They next attempted to break open Newgate, and make a general jail delivery, but failed for want of cannon.
While in Newgate he hanged himself to the cell window with his own stockings.
All this time prisoners of great mark were at times confined in Newgate.
Since that six months I passed in Newgate I don't know myself.
1596, in reference to the famous London prison, which was torn down 1902-3.