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Gentlemen rogues & wicked ladies : a guide to British highwaymen & highwaywomen

Author: Fiona McDonald
Publisher: Stroud, Gloucestershire : The History Press, 2012. ©2012
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Everyone loves a romantic rogue whose exciting exploits feature a cheeky disregard for the law, narrow escapes and lots of love interest. Even at the height of highway robbery activity, it was thought that the death penalty was too harsh for these wayward scoundrels. This book explores the exploits of famous highwaymen and women.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Fiona McDonald
ISBN: 9780752463766 0752463764
OCLC Number: 794814930
Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: part 2. Lifes of highwaymen and highwaywomen: Jack Addison ; Humphrey Angier ; Isaac Atkinson ; Tom Austin ; Francis Bailey ; William Barton ; Timothy Benson ; William Bew ; Mary Blacket (alias Frances) ; Joseph Blake (alias Blueskin) ; Ned Bonnet ; Edward and Joan Bracey ; Mary Bryant ; William Burk ; William Burridge ; James Butler ; James Carrick (alias Valentine) ; William Colthouse ; Lumley Davis ; Sir Gosselin Denville ; Sawney Douglas ; John Doyle ; James Drummond ; Robert Drummond (alias Godfrey, alias Bell) ; Anthony Drury ; William Duce ; Claude Duval ; John Dykes ; John Dyer ; John Everett ; Richard Ferguson ; Katherine Ferrers ; Patrick Flemming ; Mary Frith (alias Moll Cutpurse) ; Gilder-Roy ; James Harman ; Captain James Hind ; Captain Zachary Howard ; Nathaniel Jackson ; James Leonard ; John Levee ; James Little ; Thomas Malroy ; William Maprle & Timothy Cotton ; John Molony ; Tomas Polson (alias Hitchen) ; Tom Rowland ; Ferdinando Shrimpton ; John Smith ; Robert Smith ; William Sperry ; Dick Turpin ; William Walker ; Ned Wicks ; James Wright ; John Young ; Mary Young (alias Jenny Diver).
Other Titles: Guide to British highwaymen & highwaywomen
Gentlemen rogues and wicked ladies
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