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Newgate Calendar (1826 ed.; mostly) Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed., 1826) (intro.) 1826-- Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (1826 ed.; mostly) Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed., 1826) Bibliographic note 1826-- Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) Bibliographic Notes 1835 Html Free exClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PREFACE: To the 1780 Edition 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) PREFACE: To the 1826 Knapp & Baldwin's edition 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 1: Description of Newgate 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 2: The Origin of the Gibbet in England 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 3: The Maiden, or Scottish Guillotine 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 4: The Newgate Bellman 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 5: The punishment of whipping in England, Russia, & France 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 6: Fleet Marriages 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 7: An account of the various modes of punishment for adultery, in distant nations 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 8: The Jail Fever 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 9: Torture 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 10: Swindling 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 11: An Expose of the whole system of GAMBLING, as practised in the most notorious LONDON HELLS 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 12: Coining 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 13: Pretended Ghosts 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 14: Witchcraft 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 15: Voluntary punishment of Gentoo widows on the death of their husbands 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 16: Trial by ordeal of the Hindoos in the East 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 17: Chinese punishments 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 18: Turkish Punishments inflicted on knavish butchers & bakers 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) APPENDIX 19: Benefit of clergy 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CONCLUDING NOTE: by the Editors 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) A. DURNFORD & W. NEWTON: Executed at Tyburn, 22nd of November, 1780, for a Robbery under Singular Circumstance 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ABRAHAM THORNTON: Acquitted on a Charge of murdering a Girl, & on being rearrested claimed Trial by Battle, Ap 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ABRAHAM WELLS: Executed at Tyburn, May 30, 1739, for horse-stealing 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ADMIRAL BYNG: Shot to death on board the Monarque, at Spithead, for Misbehaviour before the French Fleet in th 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) AGNES ADAMS: Convicted at the Middlesex Sessions, 1811, & sentenced to Six Months' Imprisonment for uttering a 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ALEXANDER BALFOUR: A Man of noble Family, who was convicted for the Murder of Mr Syme, escaped from Prison, & 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ALEXANDER CAMPBELL, Esq.: Brevet-Major in the Army, & a Captain in the 21st Regiment of Foot. Executed 24th of 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ALEXANDER DAY, Alias MARMADUKE DAVENPORT, ESQ.: A Sharper 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ALEXANDER SCOTT: City of London hoaxed by a False Proclamation of War, April, 1778 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ALICE ARDEN of FEVERSHAM: Executed with her lover Mosbie & Others in the Year 1551 for the Murder of her Husba 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ALISTER MACGREGOR: Who, for slaughtering the Laird of Luss's Friends, caused the Name of Macgregor to be aboli 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) AMOS MERRITT: Having saved an Innocent Man from the Gallows, he himself was executed at Tyburn, 10th of Januar 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) AMY HUTCHINSON: Executed at Ely, 7th of November, 1750, for Petit Treason, in the Murder of her Husband 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANDREW RUTHERFORD OF TOWNHEAD: Executed for the Murder of James Douglass, Brother to Sir William Douglass of C 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANN BEDDINGFIELD & RICHARD RINGE: The Woman burned for the Murder of her Husband, & the Man hanged for being h 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANN FLYNN: A Sad Case with a Humorous Sequel 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANN HURLE: Executed before Newgate, 8th of February, 1804, for Forgery, at the Age of Twenty-two 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANN MARROW: Pilloried at Charing Cross, 22nd of July, 1777, for marrying three Women 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANN WHALE & SARAH PLEDGE: Ann Whale, strangled & then burned, for the Murder of her Husband; & Sarah Pledge, h 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANN WILLIAMS: Burnt at the stake for murdering her husband, April 13, 1753 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANNE BROADRIC: Indicted for murdering a Man who had jilted her for another Woman, 17th of July, 1794 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANNE HARRIS: Although only Twenty when she was executed at Tyburn, on 13th of July, 1708, she was a notorious 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ANTHONY DE ROSA: Hanged at Tyburn for robbery & murder, 23rd March, 1752 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ARTHUR BAILEY: Executed at Ilchester, 11th of September, 1811, for stealing a Letter from the Post Office at B 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ARTHUR CHAMBERS: A Master of Thieves' Slang, who was full of Artful Tricks, which, however, did not save him f 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ARTHUR GRAY: Convicted of Burglary 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ARTHUR NORCOTT & MARY NORCOTT, HIS MOTHER: Executed in 1629 for the Murder of the former's Wife after the Test 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ARTHUR THISTLEWOOD, JAMES INGS, JOHN THOMAS BRUNT, RICHARD TIDD & WILLIAM DAVIDSON: Leaders in the Cato Street 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ARUNDEL COOKE, ESQ., & JOHN WOODBURNE: The First who suffered Death under the Coventry Act. Executed at Bury S 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BARBARA SPENCER: Executed at Tyburn on the 5th of July, 1721, for Coining. She was probably the first Woman to 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BARNEY CARROL & WILLIAM KING: Convicted under the Coventry Act for cutting & maiming, & executed at Tyburn, 31 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BARTHOLOMEW QUAILN: Executed, after a great Legal Argument, On 7th of March, 1791, in the Isle of Ely, for the 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BENJAMIN NEALE: Executed at Surrey, August 12, 1749, for burglary 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BENJAMIN RENSHAW: Executed, after an Abortive Attempt, at Nottingham, 29th of August, 1812, for setting fire t 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BENJAMIN TAPNER, JOHN COBBY, JOHN HAMMOND, RICHARD MILLS, RICHARD MILLS THE YOUNGER, & OTHERS: Revengeful Smug 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BENJAMIN WALSH, Esq., M.P.: Convicted in 1812 of feloniously stealing a Large Sum of Money from Sir Thomas Plo 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BLI GONZALEZ alias JOHN SYMMONDS alias SPANISH JACK: After a varied Criminal Career he was finally executed at 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BOSAVERN PENLEZ: Executed for rioting, 18th October, 1749 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) BRIAN SEYMOUR: Executed for murder, 2nd March, 1749 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPT. HENRY SMYTHEE: Executed at Dorchester, April 12, 1741, for the murder or the female whom he had seduced 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN CLARKE, R.N.: Convicted & condemned to be hanged for the Murder of Captain Innis, in a Duel, & pardone 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN DAVID FERGUSON: Hanged in chains at Execution Dock, 5th January 1771, for the murder of his cabin-boy 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN EVAN EVANS: Clerk to Sir Edmund Andrews, in Guernsey, & later Highwayman in England. Executed in 1708 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN JAMES HIND: A Famous Highwayman who robbed Roundheads & even made an Attempt on Cromwell. Executed 24t 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN JAMES LOWRY: Executed at Execution Dock, March 25, 1762, for murdering one of his Crew 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN JOHN KIDD: Known as the "Wizard of the Seas," who suffered for Piracy, at Execution Dock, 23rd of May, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN JOHN LANCEY: Executed at Execution Dock, 7th of June, 1754, for burning a Ship at the Instigation of a 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN JOHN MASSEY: Executed at Execution-Dock, July 26, 1723, for Piracy. (A Very Hard Case.) 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN JOHN PORTEOUS: Convicted of murder, but murdered by the mob 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) CAPTAIN JOHN SUTHERLAND: Commander of the British Armed Transport, The Friends. Executed at Execution Dock, on 1826 Html Free ExClassics

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