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Crime: True Crime





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Author Title Edition Format Price Puborg
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BURKE: Who, with his accomplice Hare, murdered persons to sell their bodies to the anatomists. Execute 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM BURRIDGE: Executed at Tyburn, May 22, 1722, for Horse-stealing 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CADY: A Highwayman who shot a Woman before the Eyes of her Husband for the Wedding-Ring she had swallo 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CANNICOTT: Executed at Tyburn, 20th of September, 1756, for the Murder of his Wife 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CHANDLER: A singularly artful villain, transported in the year 1751, for perjury 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CHETWYND: A Curious Case of a Schoolboy who killed another Boy during a Quarrel about a Cake, & was co 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CODLIN: Executed 27th of November, 1802, for scuttling a Ship, of which he was Captain 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM COLMAN: A Convict on board the Hulks, at Woolwich. Executed on Pennington Heath, 26th of March, 1810, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM COOPER & WILLIAM DRAPER: Convicted of cutting off Trunks from a Gentleman's Carriage; the Former was t 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CORBETT: An American, executed at Tyburn, 4th of April, 1764, for the Murder of his Landlord & his Fam 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CORDER: Executed 11th of August, 1828, for the Murder of Maria Marten, in the Red Barn, the Crime bein 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CORNWELL: A Murderer, who was traced by a Watch he had sold, & was executed in 1813 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM COX: Who played Marbles & kept a Pet Sparrow to aid him in the Commission of Robberies. Executed at Ty 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CREAK: Mail robber: Executed, much lamented, on Bagshot-heath, & his body hung in chains, where he com 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM CUBITT: Executed in November, 1805, for stealing valuable Jewellery from the Earl of Mansfield 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM DAVIS, THE GOLDEN FARMER: Who was Farmer & Highwayman for Forty-two Years without his Neighbours suspe 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM DELLICOT: Convicted of Petty Larceny, in July, 1751, & his Estate forfeited for stealing a Penny 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM DUCE, JAMES BUTLER, -- WADE, & -- MEADS: A desperate & cruel gang of murderers & footpads. Executed at 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM DUELL: Executed for Murder & came to Life again while being prepared for Dissection in Surgeons' Hall, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM DUNCAN: Convicted for the Murder of his Master, William Chivers, Esq., & transported for Life, March, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM ELBY OTHERWISE DUNN: An Armed Criminal, who was hanged for Burglary & Murder at Fulham on the 13th of 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM FIELD alias GREEN: Executed on Kennington Common, 1st of September, 1773, for Highway Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM GADESBY: Executed for Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM GORDON: Highwayman, on whose body, after execution, an experiment was made to bring him to life 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM GREGG: Spy, executed at Tyburn on the 28th of April, 1708 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM GRIFFITHS: Executed at Tyburn, 20th of January, 1773, for a Highway Robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM GUEST: Executed at Tyburn, 14th of October, 1767, for High Treason, in diminishing the Current Coin of 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM HAITCH: Who Murdered Mary Minting, destroyed himself, & was buried at a cross-road 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM HARROW: The Flying Highwayman, executed at Hertford, 28th of March, 1763 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM HAWKINS & JOSEPH WILD: Indicted for rioting, July, 1768 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM HAWKSWORTH: Soldier, who killed a Civilian with his Musket in St James's Park. Executed at Tyburn on t 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM HEWITT: Fined Five Hundred Pounds, & imprisoned, at the Old Bailey Sessions, in October, 1809, for ent 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM HITCHIN: Transported for Seven Years for stealing an Exchequer Bill, September, 1810 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM JOHN MARCHANT: A young Footman, who was hanged for murdering a Housemaid in a Magistrate's Drawing-Roo 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM JOHNSON & JANE HOUSDEN: Executed in September, 1714, for the Murder of a Turnkey in the Court at the O 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM JOHNSON: Executed at Newgate, 7th of January, 1833, for murdering a Wig Maker's Son, whose Body was fo 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM JONES (alias GOODWIN) & JOHN BARBER: Two Highwaymen caught at the same Robbery & &executed togethe 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM JOYCE: A Chawbacon who, coming to London, was fleeced, so took to fleecing Others. Executed in July, 1 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM LEE: Executed before Newgate, 20th of April, 1796, for Burglary 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM MONTGOMERY: Executed at Tyburn, December 2, 1752, for defrauding his creditors 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM MORELL: A "Cavalier" Doctor & Fraudulent Impersonator, who continued his Cheats even after his Death i 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM NEVISON: A Highwayman who, dying Of the Plague as was thought, reappeared as his own Ghost, & was fina 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM NEWINGTON: A Writer, who forged a Draft for One Hundred & Twenty Pounds & was executed at Tyburn on 26 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM PAGE: A Gentleman of the Road who drove in a Phaeton & Pair, & after many Adventures was executed for 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM PARSONS, ESQ.: Eldest Son of a Baronet, who became a Swindler & Highway Robber, & was executed for ret 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM PROUDLOVE & GEORGE GLOVER: Executed at Chester, 28th of May, 1809, for Salt-Stealing, after a First At 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM RILEY: A young Soldier, whose Zeal for Sport led to a Murder, for which he was executed at Tyburn in 1 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM ROGERS: Overseer of Carpenters, employed at the Lyceum Theatre, transported, October Sessions, 1811, f 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM SHAW: Executed in 1721 for "Murdering" his Daughter, who, it was afterwards proved, committed Suicide 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM SHELTON: Executed at Tyburn, October 9, 1732, for highway robbery 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM SMITH: A Captain's Clerk in the Royal Navy, Forger of Seamen's Tickets; Executed at Tyburn, October 3, 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM SMITH: A notorious horse-stealer, executed at Chelmsford, April 13,1731 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM SMITH: Executed at York, 14th Of August, 1753, for poisoning Thomas Harper, his Stepfather, & his two 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM SPIGGOT & THOMAS PHILLIPS: Who suffered the Torture for refusing to plead. Executed at Tyburn, 23rd of 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM STEVENSON: Transported, 17th of March, 1841, for stealing a Bag of Gold from his Employers 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM STROUD: A Notorious Impostor, who was Six Times whipped through the Streets of Westminster, in the Mon 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM TAUNTON: Executed for the murder of Mrs. Phipps, 11th September, 1769 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM TOWNLEY: Convicted of Burglary, & executed at Gloucester, 23rd of March, 1811, a Few Minutes before a 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM UDALL: A Profligate Apprentice, who turned Highwayman. Executed at Tyburn, 14th of March, 1738 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM WALKER: A Soldier in the Middlesex Militia. Sentenced to Death for a Highway Robbery of Sixpence & a P 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM WARD: A boxer, convicted of manslaughter for killing his opponent 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM WHITTLE: Excited by religious zeal he murdered his wife & children & was executed April 5th, 1766 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM WHURRIER: Executed at Tyburn for murder, March 7, 1748, & his body hung in chains on Finchley common. 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM WYNNE RYLAND: Engraver to his Majesty. Executed at Tyburn, in August, 1783, for forging a Bill of Exch 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) WILLIAM YORK: "The Boy Murderer," convicted of the Murder of another Child in the Poorhouse of Eyke, in Suffol 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Newgate Calendar (Knapp & Baldwin ed) ZACHARY CLARE: Highwayman, who was captured after a Fight, & executed with James Lawrence in August, 1715, at 1826 Html Free ExClassics
Rayner, Richard Drake's Fortune 2002 Adobe Palm MsR 16.60 Random House
Rule, Ann Every Breath You Take: A True Story Of Obsession, Revenge, & Murder (Free Press) 2002 Adobe eBook Ms 25.00 Simon&Schuster
Salamon, Julie Facing the Wind 2001 Adobe Palm MsR 8.95 Random House

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