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[The Newgate Calendar; comprising interesting memoirs of the most notorious characters who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England since the commencement of the eighteenth century; with anecdotes ... and last exclamations of sufferers.].

Author: Andrew KNAPP; William Baldwin, (Attorney at law)
Publisher: London : J. Robins & Co., 1824-28.
Edition/Format:   Book : [Another edition.]
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew KNAPP; William Baldwin, (Attorney at law)
OCLC Number: 561926510
Notes: Compiled by A. Knapp and W. Baldwin.
Description: 4 vol. ; 8º.

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