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[A collection of ten broadsides published in England in the early 19th century, relating to justice and criminal law
Bib ID 2320628
Format BookBook
Author
Ingleton, Geoffrey C. (Geoffrey Chapman), 1908-1998
 
Description Newcastle, Eng. [etc.] : M. Mather, [etc.], 18--] 
10 broadsides ; 55 cm. 
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  • [1] The life and confession of Matthew Kendall, otherwise William Broadfield, who was executed at Bedford on the 17th of March 1820....
  • [3] Heart-rending execution of Fanny Amlett, a grazier's daughter near Scarborough, who was basely seduced from home by a naval officer...
  • [4] Life trial confession and execution of T. Drory and S. Chesham
  • [5] Confession of Burk (from the Edinburgh Evening Courant of Saturday last.) authenticated by his own signature
  • [6] Horrid and inhuman murder of three children by George Lucas, in Aldermanbury, and dreadful suicide of the murderer
  • [7] Horrible murder and mutilation of a woman at Roehampton, in Surrey
  • [8] The trial and sentence of Daniel Good, who took his trial at the Old Bailey before Chief Justice Denman, on Friday May the 13, 1842, for the wilful murder of Jane Jones, at Roehampton
  • [9] Trial, confession, and execution of Ralph Joicey, for the murder of his father, which took place in front of Morpeth Goal, on Wednesday morning, March 18th 1846
  • [10] An account of the trial and execution of Jane Jameson, who was hanged on Newcastle Town Moor, March 7, 1829, for the murder of her mother.
 
Notes

Material purchased from the library of Lieutenant Commander Geoffrey G. Ingleton.

Subjects Burke, William, 1792-1829.  |  Hare, William.  |  Fowkes, John.  |  Kendall, Matthew, 1785-1820.  |  Criminology -- Great Britain.  |  Broadsides.

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