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The New Newgate calendar

Author: Norman Birkett Birkett, Baron
Publisher: London : Folio Society, 1960.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
New Newgate calendar.
London : Folio Society, 1960
(OCoLC)572019647
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Birkett Birkett, Baron
OCLC Number: 2369905
Description: 265 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Thomas Picton, Esq, Indicted for applying the torture to Louisa Calderon, to extort a confession --
John Holloway and Owen Haggerty, executed for murder --
Mary Bateman, commonly called the Yorkshire Witch, executed for murder --
Harriet Magnis, tried for child stealing --
John Clayton and William Jenkins, executed for burglary --
John Bellingham, executed for murder of the Right Honourable Spencer Perceval --
Thomas Brock, John Pelham and Michael Power, convicted of coining --
Abraham Thornton, tried for murder --
Arthur Thistlewood, Richard Tidd, James Ings, William Davidson and John Thomas Brunt, Executed for high treason --
Henry Fauntleroy, executed for forgery --
George Alexander Wood and Alexander Wellesley Leith, indicted for manslaughter --
Edward Gibbon Wakefield, William Wakefield and Frances Wakefield, convicted of the abduction of Miss Turner --
William Corder, executed for the murder of Maria Marten --
William Burke, executed for murder --
William Banks, executed for burglary --
John Smith, alias William Sapwell, executed for the murder of a policeman --
John St John Long, convicted of manslaughter --
Riots at Merthyr Tydfil --
Dennis Collins, convicted of high treason, in throwing a stone at King William IV --
Job Cox, transported for letter-stealing --
The Calthorpe Street riot --
James Lovelace and others, transported for administering unlawful oaths --
Riots at Canterbury --
George Cant, convicted of rape --
Robert Taylor, convicted of bigamy --
The Earl of Cardigan, tried at the bar of the House of Lords, for an assault with intent to murder.
Responsibility: edited with an introduction by Lord Birkett.

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