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The old Bailey chronicle : containing a circumstantial account of the lives, trials, and confessions of the most notorious offenders who have suffered death, and other exemplary punishments, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, from the Commencement of the Year 1700, to the End of the Year 1788, for Bigamy, Burglary, Felony, Forgery, Footpad Robbery, Highway Robbery, High-Treason, Horse-Stealing, Murder, Petit-Treason, Perjury, Piracy, Rapes, Riots, Street-Robbery, and various other Offences and Misdemeanors. To which is Added, The Ordinary of Newgate's Account of every Capital Malefactor executed this Century. Properly arranged from the records of court, by James Mountague, Esq. Of the Temple. ... Preview this item
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The old Bailey chronicle : containing a circumstantial account of the lives, trials, and confessions of the most notorious offenders who have suffered death, and other exemplary punishments, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, from the Commencement of the Year 1700, to the End of the Year 1788, for Bigamy, Burglary, Felony, Forgery, Footpad Robbery, Highway Robbery, High-Treason, Horse-Stealing, Murder, Petit-Treason, Perjury, Piracy, Rapes, Riots, Street-Robbery, and various other Offences and Misdemeanors. To which is Added, The Ordinary of Newgate's Account of every Capital Malefactor executed this Century. Properly arranged from the records of court, by James Mountague, Esq. Of the Temple. ...

Author: James Montagu, Sir
Publisher: London : Printed, by authority, for S. Smith, Paternoster-Row ; And sold by all Booksellers and news-carriers in Great Britain and Ireland, MDCCLXXXVIII. [1788]
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Montagu, Sir
OCLC Number: 642112186
Description: 1 online resource (4 volumes, plates)

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