Silas accompanied the condemned men to Tyburn, and saw the gallows for the first time.
Had he been at Tyburn he could scarce have met with more attention.
The Tyburn procession survived till towards the end of the eighteenth century.
On May 5th, 1760, he was driven from the Tower to Tyburn in a landau drawn by six horses.
When the end came, his sentence to be hanged at Tyburn was commuted by the king to beheadal at Tower Hill.
Wallace was finally taken and executed as a traitor at Tyburn, 1305.
They were all found guilty of riot and rebellion, and sentenced to death at Tyburn.
To-morrow, was it not, that you were to journey to Tyburn and from thence across the Styx?
Wolman was drawn through Cornhill and Cheapside to the gallows at Tyburn, where he was "hanged and beheaded."
The channel of the Tyburn, now a sewer, passes under the palace.
place of public execution for Middlesex from c.1200 to 1783; it stood at the junction of modern Oxford Street, Bayswater Road and Edgware Road.