''What shall we do to those men? For that a notable sign has been performed through them in manifest to all..''
What was eventually done to these men?
In the Bible passage referenced, the question "What shall we do to those men? For that a notable sign has been performed through them in manifest to all" was asked by the council of religious leaders after Peter and John healed a man who had been lame from birth. The council ultimately charged Peter and John not to speak in the name of Jesus. Therefore, the answer is "They were charged not to speak in the name of Jesus." This is a way of saying that the religious leaders wanted to prevent Peter and John from preaching the teachings of Jesus to the people, because they saw it as a threat to their own authority. It does not imply that they were thoroughly beaten, imprisoned, or charged not to enter the city of Samaria.