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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Sheppard, Jack, 1702-1724, defendant.
Edinburgh, London, W. Hodge & Co. 
|Named Person:||Jonathan Wild; Horace Bleackley|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jack Sheppard, defendant.; Horace Bleackley; Stewart Marsh Ellis; Daniel Defoe; Great Britain. Central Criminal Court.
|Notes:||Jack Sheppard was tried for burglary at the Old Bailey, London, August 13, 1724.
"The history of the remarkable life of John Sheppard ... London, 1724", attributed by the Cambridge history of English literature of Daniel Defoe: p. 137-158.
"A narrative of all the robberies, escapes, etc. of John Sheppard ... 6th ed. London, 1724", attributed by the Brit. mus. Catalogue and Cambridge history of English literature to Daniel Defoe: p. 159-169.
"Authentic memoirs of the life and surprising adventures of John Sheppard ... 2d ed. London, 1724": p. 170-195.
"A dialogue between Julius Caesar and Jack Sheppard", from the British journal, December 4, 1725: p. 196-198.
"List of works by Horace Bleackley": p. 254-255.
|Description:||xiv, 260 pages frontispiece, plates, portraits, plan 22 cm.|
|Series Title:||Notable British trials|
|Other Titles:||History of the remarkable life of John Sheppard.
Narrative of all the robberies, escapes, etc. of John Sheppard.
Authentic memoirs of the life and surprising adventures of John Sheppard.
Dialogue between Julius Caesar and Jack Sheppard.
|Responsibility:||by Horace Bleackley ... with an epilogue on Jack Sheppard in literature and drama, a bibliography, a note on Jonathan Wild, and a memoir of Horace Bleackley, by S.M. Ellis.|