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The new Newgate calendar : being interesting memoirs of notorious characters, who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England, during the seventeenth century, brought down to the present time : chronologically arranged ... with occasional essays on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, and observations of particular cases, explanations of the criminal laws, the speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers : to which is added a correct account of the various modes of punishment of criminals in different parts of the world Preview this item
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The new Newgate calendar : being interesting memoirs of notorious characters, who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England, during the seventeenth century, brought down to the present time : chronologically arranged ... with occasional essays on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, and observations of particular cases, explanations of the criminal laws, the speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers : to which is added a correct account of the various modes of punishment of criminals in different parts of the world

Author: Andrew Knapp, (Attorney at law); William Baldwin, (Attorney at law); Harry Louis Nathan Nathan, Baron
Publisher: London : Printed by and for J. and J. Cundee ... ; Liverpool : Nuttall, Fisher, and Dixon, 1810.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew Knapp, (Attorney at law); William Baldwin, (Attorney at law); Harry Louis Nathan Nathan, Baron
OCLC Number: 63391585
Notes: Only vol. 3 bears a date, 1810.
Description: 5 v. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Vol.2. Lewis Houssart. Robert Harpham. Jonathan Wild. Edward Burnworth, WIlliam Blewit, Emanuel Dickenson, Thomas Berry, John Legee and John Higgs. Catherine hayes. Anthony Drury. Richard Savage, James Gregory and William Merchant. Edward Bellamy. Margaret Dickson. James Carnegie. John Everett. John Oneby. James Cluff. John Gow, commonly known by the name of Captain Smith, who was executed, with seven other persons for piracy. Jepthah Big. Francis Charteris. Robert Hallam. William Shelton ...
Responsibility: by Andrew Knapp and William Baldwin, attornies at law ; in four volumes.

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