Sentenced on August 1st, he was publicly hanged just two days later. His body was covered in pitch, and riveted into a cage made of flat iron bars and taken to Jarrow slake (slacks).A gibbet had been prepared. The body remained there, swinging in the strong winds coming up the river Tyne for all to see (including his family whose cottage was situated close by. The body was under military guard for over three weeks, no sooner had they been ordered to withdraw, and the body disappeared, taken, it is hoped, by his friends and given a dignified burial.Jobling alone was caught and swiftly brought to justice. A lot of interest surrounded the trial, and newspapers were widely sold supplying details of it.